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Jalgaon Zilla Parishad Question Paper | जलगांव जिला परिषद प्रश्न पत्र

जिला परिषद जलगाँव 67 जिला परिषद समितियाँ हैं. ZP जलगाँव ने हर साल कई नौकरी अधिसूचनाएँ जारी कीं सभी के पास नौकरी के लिए विभिन्न प्रश्नों के साथ एक विशेष परीक्षा है.

zp jalgaon की भर्ती परीक्षा के लिए अपने इस साईट के माध्यम से कुछ महत्वपूर्ण प्रश्न प्रदान करेंगे जिस की सहायता से आप जिला परिषद में होने वाली zilla parishad jalgaon bharti के लिए तैयार हो जाए तो चलिए जानते है Jalgaon Zilla Parishad Question.

Jalgaon Zilla Parishad Question Paper :

1. …………………………… is also known as smack.

  • a. Heroin
  • b. Barbiturate
  • c. Cannabis
  • d. Cocaine

2. While defending an assault by weapon, defence wound on a person is not likely to be caused on following part.

  • a. Palms of hands
  • b. Fingers of hands
  • c. Arms
  • d. Abdomen

3. As per the recommendations of National Human Rights Commission, in which condition the postmortem examination is videotaped?

  • a. Homicide
  • b. Death due to female foeticide
  • c. Death due to medical negligence
  • d. Death of a convicted person in prison

4. Following can be helpful in determining time elapsed after death :

  • a. Rigor mortis
  • b. Number of wounds on dead body
  • c. Blood group of deceased
  • d. None of the above

5. Which of the following information can be obtained after postmortem examination in a case of homicide?

  • a. Cause of death
  • b. Approximate time of death
  • c. Weapon used
  • d. All of the above

Jalgaon Zilla Parishad Simple Paper :

6. How many exit wounds can be seen on the body if one entry wound is present in firearm case?

  • a. One
  • b. More than one
  • c. Nil
  • d. Any of the above

7. Self inflicted wounds are most likely to be …………………….

  • a. Incised wounds
  • b. Conxion
  • c. Burn injury
  • d. Graze abrasion

8. In which of the following circumstances, dead body putrefaction will be earliest?

  • a. Dead body buried in soil
  • b. Dead body lying in water
  • c. Dead body kept in open air
  • d. Dead body covered with ice

9. Which of the following is a non-poisonous snake?

  • a. Rat Snake
  • b. Krait
  • c. Russel’s Viper
  • d. Cobra

10. Which of the following test is carried out to detect Gun Shot Residue (G.S.R.)?

  • a. Dermal Nitrate Test
  • b. Blood group test
  • c. X-ray test
  • d. Luminol test

Simple Paper 2020 : Jalgaon Zilla Parishad Question

11. Consider following statements as regards Universal Declaration of Human Rights :

  • a. That it was prepared by the Human Rights Commission working under the Economic and Social Council of the (UN) United Nation.
  • b. That it is legally binding upon all the States.
  • c. It contains not only civil and political rights but also economic, social and cultural rights.
  • d. Article Five [5] of it prohibits torture, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.

Which of the statement/s given above is/are correct?

  • a. Only (a) and (b) are correct.
  • b. Only (c) and (d) are correct.
  • c. All (a), (b), (c) and (d) are correct.
  • d. Only (a), (c) and (d) are correct.

12. Which state established First Police Complaints authority in India?

  • a. Maharashtra
  • b. J and K
  • c. Tamil Nadu
  • d. Gujarat

13. Which of the following cases are related to the Supreme Court directives on handcuffing?

  • a. Prem Shankar Shukla Vs. Delhi Administration.
  • b. Sunil Batra Vs. Delhi Administration and others.
  • c. Prakash Singh and others Vs. Union of India.
  • d. Citizen For Democracy Vs. State of Assam and others.

Answer options :

  • a. (a) (b)
  • b. (a) (b) (c) (d)
  • c. (a), (b), (d)
  • d. (b) , (d)

14. National Human Rights Commission can suggest Government regarding Human Rights in ……………….. way.

  • a. By Letter
  • b. By Annual Report
  • c. By Personal
  • d. Never Suggest to Govt.

15. National Human Rights Commission while inquiring into complaints shall have the power of :

  • a. Investigation Officer
  • b. Criminal Court
  • c. Civil Court
  • d. Commission
Jalgaon Zilla Parishad Question :

16. Identify the correct meaning of the underlined part. Every mortal has to pay the debt of nature one day.

  • a. to bear the expenses
  • b. to die
  • c. to face difficulties
  • d. to return his money

17. What does the underlined modal auxiliary suggest? You can go now.

  • a. Permission
  • b. Possibility
  • c. Ability
  • d. Request

18. Select the correct alternative to complete the sentence meaningfully Plans may …………………. due to insufficient funds.

  • a. fall out
  • b. fall apart
  • c. fall off
  • d. fall through

19. Choose the correct word. His handwriting is not …………………………

  • a. legible
  • b. eligible
  • c. ineligible
  • d. illegal

20. Identify the correct sentence.

  • a. The flowers smell sweet.
  • b. She looks charmingly.

Choose the Correct.

  • a. a only
  • b. b only
  • c. Both a and b
  • d. Neither a nor b
Jalgaon Zilla Parishad Bharti Question Paper :

21. Choose the correct sentence from the options given.

  • a. He prevented me to go their.
  • b. He prevented me going.
  • c. He prevented me from going there,
  • d. He prevented me for going there.

22. Choose the correct pronoun ……………………………. do you wish to see?

  • a. Who
  • b. Whom
  • c. Whose
  • d. None of the above

23. Choose the correct question tag(s).

  • a. We must go now, mustn’t we?
  • b. You aren’t leaving, aren’t you?
  • c. You can drive, can’t you?

Choose the correct tag(s)

  • a. a and c only
  • b. band c only
  • c. c only
  • d. a, band c

24. Identify the correct passive voice of the given sentence. What do you do now?

  • a. What has been done by you, now?
  • b. What is being done by you, now?
  • c. What are you doing now?
  • d. What has been being done by you, now?

25. Choose the best indirect form of the given sentence. “Do you suppose you know better than your own father ?”jeered his angry mother.

  • a. His angry mother jeers and asks whether he supposed that he knew better than his own father.
  • b. His angry mother jeered and asked that he supposed whether he knew better than his own father.
  • c. His angry mother jeered and asked whether he supposed that he knew better than his own father.
  • d. His angry mother jeered and asked whether he supposed that he knows better than his own father.
Jalgaon Zilla Parishad Question Paper :

26. Identify the correct indirect narration of the sentence given below : He says, “I am working hard.”

  • a. He said that he was working hard.
  • b. He says that he is working hard.
  • c. He says he is working hard.
  • d. He said that he is working hard.

27. Identify the clause underlined. Those who are honest succeed in life.

  • a. Noun clause
  • b. Adjective clause
  • c. Adverb clause of reason
  • d. Adverb clause of condition

28. Change the voice. Mr. Krishnaji teaches us grammar.

  • a. Grammar teaches us Mr. Krishnaji.
  • b. We are taught grammar by Mr. Krishnaji.
  • c. We are taught by Mr. Krishnaji, grammar.
  • d. Grammar teaches us by ‘Mr. Krishnaji.

29. The purpose of Hiuen Tsang to travel to India was.

  • a. to study the influence of Buddhism on Hindu religion.
  • b. to spread his religion in India.
  • c. to undertake pilgrimage and enhance knowledge.
  • d. to study powerful cultural forces in India

30. Which of the following has been considered as the real contribution of Hiuen Tsang?

  • a. He meticulously recorded his experiences and feelings.
  • b. He pointed out the impact of Hinduism on Buddhism.
  • c. He visited and spent time in many places in India.
  • d. He influenced the climate in China to visit India.
Jalgaon Zilla Parishad Answer key 2020 :

31. The writings of Hiuen Tsang are considered as relevant because…….

  • a. he had spent some time in royal courts.
  • b. he was a scholar and gentle observer.
  • c. he visited India as a tradesman.
  • d. None of the above

32. Choose the word which is most nearly the same in meaning of the word given below as used in the passage.

  • a. Offer
  • b. Settle
  • c. Remit
  • d. Reward

33. Choose the word which is most opposite in meaning of the word given below as used in the passage.

  • a. Different
  • b. Rarely
  • c. Distinct
  • d. Separate

34. Pick out the sentence in comparative degree.

  • a. Shakuntala is the best drama in Sanskrit.
  • b. Mahabaleshwar is more cooler than Matheran.
  • c. Mumbai is more crowded than Pune.
  • d. Mumbai is more crowded than Pune.

35. Identify the word phrase given below that can replace the word phrase underlined to make the sentence meaningful. I reversed my jacket.

  • a. upturned
  • b. changed
  • c. overturned
  • d. turned inside out
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36. Choose the correct reported speech of the following sentence : She said to me, “Shut the door.”

  • a. She said to me to shut the door.
  • b. She asked me to shut the door.
  • c. She told to me to shut the door.
  • d. She said to shut the door.

37. Choose the correct alternative for the blank. I …………………………….. this film four times.

  • a. have seen
  • b. am seeing
  • c. was seeing
  • d. have been seeing

38. The cause(s) of industrial disputes in India was were.

  • a. Increasing wages
  • b. Demand of bonus
  • c. Working hours, leaves and holidays
  • d. All of the above

39. Consider the following statements according to demographic transition :

  • a. In Stage I an economy is primitive and backward.
  • b. In Stage I1 there is rapid growth of population.
  • c. In Stage 111 fast industrialisation and urbanisation takes place
  • d. India entered Stage I1 after 1921.

Which of the statements given above are correct?

  • a. a and b only
  • b. b and c only
  • c. c and d only
  • d. All of the above

40. Consider the following statements :

  • a. Chief Minister is the ex-officio Chairman of the Planning Commission in India.
  • b. In India, economic planning started in 1947.
  • c. In India, first annual plan was implemented in period 1978 – 80

Which of the statements given above are incorrect?

  • a. a and b only
  • b. b and c only
  • c. a and c only
  • d. All of the above
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