SSC CGL 2019-2020 Tier-1 Exam will be directed in online mode from second March till eleventh March 2020 across India. To score good grades, competitors must practice SSC CGL Previous Year Papers. So for the simplicity of the applicants, we have given the SSC CGL 2019 Question Paper including all the four segments – English Language, Quantitative Aptitude, General Intelligence and Reasoning and General Awareness. The appropriate responses of all the 100 inquiries are given beneath in the SSC CGL 2019 Question Paper:

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General Awareness – 25Questions of 50 Marks

Q.1 The Badami Chalukyas first had their capital at ____ before they moved it to Badami.

1. Aihole

2. Hubli

3. Bijapur

4. Pattadakal

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Answer: Aihole

Q.2 Who founded and named the science of electromagnetism?

1. Michael Faraday

2. James Clerk

3. HChristian Oersted

4. Andre Marie Ampère

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Answer: Andre Marie Ampère

Q.3 Which of the following ministries implemented the Midday Meal scheme?

1. Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment

2. Ministry of Social Welfare

3. Ministry of Human Resource Development

4. Ministry of Home Affairs

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Answer: Ministry of Human Resource Development

Q.4 In February 2019, India won ____gold medal/s and five silver medals at the Makran Cup Boxing in Chabahar, Iran.

1. three

2. four

3. one

4. two

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Answer: one

Q.5 _________ was the first Muslim ruler whose empire covered almost the whole of India up to its extreme south.

1. Jalal-ud-din Khilji

2. Ghiyas ud din Balban

3. Alauddin Khilji

4. Feroz Shah Tughlaq

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Answer: Alauddin Khilji

Q.6 What is deposited on iron in the process of galvanisation?

1. Tin

2. Zinc

3. Copper

4. Aluminium

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Answer: Zinc

Q.7 Who among the following was a slave of Muhammad Ghori? He became the ruler after the death of his master and founded the Slave Dynasty.

1. Qutub-ud-din Aibak

2. Iltutmish

3. Ghiyas ud din Balban

4. Nasir-ud-din Mahmud

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Answer: Qutub-ud-din Aibak

Q.8 In February 2019, _____ won a gold medal at the Makran Cup in Chabahar, Iran.

1. Deepak Singh

2. Satish Kumar

3. Rohit Tokas

4. Manish Kaushik

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Answer: Deepak Singh

Q.9 Which of the following does NOT come under the Quarternary sector?

1. Manufacturing

2. Mining

3. Fisheries

4. Information Technology

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Answer: Information Technology

Q.10 The colourful art named Nandna block print, which uses graceful yet aligned arrangements of motifs on fabric, is practised in Tarapur village of __________________.

1. Madhya Pradesh

2. Maharashtra

3. Uttarakhand

4. Odisha

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Answer: Madhya Pradesh

Q.11 Where is the Bandipur National Park located?

1. Sikkim

2. Karnataka

3. Kerala

4. Gujarat

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Answer: Karnataka

Q.12 Right to move freely throughout the territory of India’ is a fundamental right under _________ of the Constitution of India.

1. Article 24

2. Article 14

3. Article 21

4. Article 19

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Answer: Article 19

Q.13 Name the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) chairman and Padma Bhushan awardee who created and unleashed a historical moment when Mars Orbiter became the first Indian spacecraft to enter Martian orbit in a maiden attempt.

1. Nandan Nilekani

2. K Radhakrishnan

3. Sundar Pichai

4. Fali Nariman

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Answer:  K Radhakrishnan

Q.14 Which of the following metals is the most ductile metal?

1. Tin

2. Gold

3. Aluminium

4. Copper

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Answer: Gold

Q.15 Who was awarded the Rabindranath Tagore Literary Prize 2019 for the Novel ‘Solo’?

1. Nayanjyot Mukherjee

2. Amitabh Ghosh

3. Rana Dasgupta

4. Jhumpa Lahiri 

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Answer: Rana Dasgupta

Q.16 Which Indian received the Nobel Peace Prize after Mother Teresa?

1. K Radhakrishnan

2. Kailash Satyarthi

3. P Sathasivam

4. Fali Nariman

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Answer: Kailash Satyarthi

Q.17 Which of the following destroys the ozone layer?

1. Carbon

2. Chlorine

3. Silicon

4. Sulphur

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Answer: Chlorine

Q.18 International Day of Forests 2019 was observed on 21st March with the theme _______ to raise awareness on how sustainably managed forests provide a wide array of contributions.

1. Pollution-free Forests’

2. Forests Our Saviour’

3. Forests and Environment’

4. Forests and Education’

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Answer: Forests and Education’

Q.19 World ___ Day 2019 was observed on 22nd March with the theme ‘Leaving no one behind’ to focus on marginalised groups.

1. Environment

2. Forest

3. Petroleum

4. Water

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Answer:  Water

Q.20 Which is the longest national highway in India?

1. National Highway 48

2. National Highway 27

3. National Highway 44

4. National Highway 53

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Answer: National Highway 44

Q.21 ________ , which connects Sikkim with Tibet, was closed after the Chinese aggression on India in 1962 but was reopened in 2006 as the governments of the two countries decided to enhance their trade through land routes.

1. Lanak La

2. Imis La

3. Pensi La

4. Nathu La

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Answer: Nathu La

Q.22 Lok Adalats have been created under ______.

1. Arbitration and Conciliation Act

2. Administration of Justice Act

3. Legal Conciliation Act

4. Legal Services Authority Act

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Answer: Legal Services Authority Act

Q.23 Which was the first Muslim dynasty that ruled India?

1. Khilji dynasty

2. Tughlaq dynasty

3. Lodhi dynasty

4. Slave dynasty

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Answer: Slave dynasty

Q.24 The popular Bagh cave paintings are found in ______.

1. Sikkim

2. Madhya Pradesh

3. Himachal Pradesh

4. Odisha

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Answer: Madhya Pradesh

Q.25 Which of the following metals is the most reactive metal?

1. Zinc

2. Copper

3. Iron

4. Calcium

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Answer: Calcium

Q.26 Select the most appropriate option for blank No. 2.

1. told

2. said

3. advised

4. clarified

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Answer:  said

Q.27 Select the most appropriate option for blank No. 3.

1. utmost

2. nearby

3. exact

4. almost

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Answer: almost

Q.28 Select the most appropriate option for blank No. 4.

1. different

2. differential

3. differed

4. differ

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Answer: different

Q.29 Select the most appropriate option for blank No. 5.

1. bird

2. birds

3. animal

4. pigeons

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Answer: bird

Q.30 Select the wrongly spelt word.

1. controversial

2. conquer

3. cooperation

4. contamporary

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Answer:   contamporary

Q.31 Given below are four jumbled sentences. Select the option that gives their correct order.

A. Around 600 million of them live in areas of high to extreme water stress.

B. India is suffering from the worst water crisis, with one billion people living in water scarcity.

C. This is even more than that of China and US combined.

D. The reason is that at 24 per cent, India uses the most groundwater drawn out globally.

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1. BADC

2. BDAC

3. ADCB

4. ACBD

Answer: BADC

Q.32 Select the word which methe same as the group of words given.

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An inscription on a tombstone written in memory of the deceased

1. pillar

2. epitaph

3. basilica

4. slab

Answer: epitaph

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Q.33 Select the most appropriate meaning of the given idiom. pull yourself together

1. go to sleep

2. try to understand

3. do a good job

4. calm down

Answer: calm down

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Q.34 Select the wrongly spelt word.

1. expereince

2. explain

3. expire

4. except

Answer: expereince

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Q.35 Select the antonym of the given word.

EMINENT

1. distinguished

2. exalted

3. impressive

4. inconspicuous

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Answer: inconspicuous

Q.36 In the sentence identify the segment which contains the grammatical error. Cyclone Idai is regarded as one of the worst tropical cyclone on record to affect Africa and the Southern Hemisphere as a whole.

1. Cyclone Idai is regarded

2. as a whole

3. to affect Africa

4. the worst tropical cyclone

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Answer: the worst tropical cyclone

Q.37 Select the synonym of the given word.

INDELIBLE

1. illegal

2. ineffective

3. inerasable

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4. illegible

Answer: inerasable

Q.38 Select the correct active form of the given sentence.

Their children were brought up with great care.

1. They brought up their children with great care.

2. Their children brought them up with great care.

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3. They have been bringing up their children with great care.

4. They had brought up their children with great care.

Answer: They brought up their children with great care.

Q.39 Select the most appropriate word to fill in the blank.

The burning of the effigy of Ravana on Dussehra ______ the burning of all evils.

1. epitomizes

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2. personifies

3. intensifies

4. symbolizes

Answer: symbolizes

Q.40 Select the most appropriate option to substitute the underlined segment in the given sentence. If no substitution is required, select No improvement.

I try to solve this problem at least for two hours.

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1. have been trying to solve

2. tried to be solving

3. am try to solve

4. No improvement

Answer: have been trying to solve

Q.41 Select the correct passive form of the given​​​​​​​ sentence. At night, lock the outer gate.

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1. The outer gate is locked at night.

2. The outer gate be locked at night.

3. The outer gate is requested to be locked at night.

4. Let the outer gate be locked at night.

Answer:  Let the outer gate be locked at night

Q.42 Select the most appropriate meaning of​​​​​​​ the given idiom. give someone the cold shoulder

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1. do something pointless

2. ignore someone

3. pamper someone

4. give away a secret

Answer: ignore someone

Q.43 In the sentence identify the segment which contains the grammatical error. Every employee of the company were given a two bedroom flat as Diwali bonus.

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1. were given

2. Every employee

3. as Diwali bonus

4. a two bedroom flat

Answer: were given

Q.44 Select the synonym of the given word.

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TRIUMPH

1. peace

2. attack

3. fight

4. victory

Answer: victory

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Q.45 Given below are four jumbled sentences. Select the option that gives their correct order.

A. Mango, the so-called “king of fruits”, is something of a national obsession in India.

B. There was a bumper crop of mangoes in different states.

C. It resulted in prices coming down and sales going up – much to the delight of buyers and sellers alike.

D. 2017 proved to be a very good year for mango lovers.

1. CADB

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2. CDAB

3. ADCB

4. ADBC

Answer: ADBC

Q.46 Select the most appropriate option to substitute the underlined segment in the given sentence. If no substitution is required, select No improvement. If you listen to the English news, it improve your English.

1. No improvement

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2. it will improve

3. it improved

4. it is improving

Answer: it will improve

Q.47 The table shows the production of different types of cars (in thousands).

Year/Car20122013201420152016
A5458606355
B4054566167
C4650637377
D335484549
E4743534852

The total production of all type of cars, except type B, in 2012 is what percentage less than the total production of all types of cars in 2016?

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1. 42

2. 25.8

3. 26.7

4. 40

Answer: 40

Q.48 The Table shows the production of different types of cars (in thousands).

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Cars\years20132014201520162017
A4847506164
B4755585466
C5258626672
D6053566566
E4347546462

The total production of type B cars in 2015 and type C cars in 2013 is what percent more than the total production of type E cars in 2013 and 2014? (Correct to one decimal place)

1. 24.8

2. 25.6

3. 23.4

4. 22.2

Answer: 22.2

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Q.49 If tanθ/1 – cotθ + cotθ/1-tanθ = 1 + K, then K = _____________.

1. tanθ + secθ

2. cotθ + secθ

3. cosecθ secθ

4. tanθ cosecθ

Answer: cosecθ secθ

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Q.50 If (1/cosecθ – 1) + (1/cosecθ + 1) = 2secθ, 0°<θ<90°, then the value of (cotθ + Cosθ) is:

1. 1 + √2

2. (2 + √2)/2

3. (1 + √2)/2

4. (2 + √3)/√2

Answer: (2 + √2)/2

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Q.51 In ∆ABC, AM ⊥ BC and AN is the bisector of ∠A. What is the measure of ∠MAN, if ∠B = 55° and ∠C = 35°?

1. 10°

2. 15°

3. 12°

4. 5°

Answer: 10°

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Q.52 Find the missing number from the below options.

62496
728112
1352?

1. 142

2. 232

3. 116

4. 208

Answer: 208

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Q.53 Find the missing number from the below options.

467
53?
414558

1. 12

2. 9

3. 3

4. 51

Answer: 3

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Q.54 Arrange the following words in a logical and meaningful order.

1. Kidney

2. Heart

3. Brain

4. Thyroid gland

5. Liver

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1. 3, 4, 2, 5, 1

2. 3, 4, 2, 1, 5

3. 3, 2, 4, 1, 5

4. 3, 2, 4, 5, 1

Answer: 3, 4, 2, 5, 1

Q.55 Select the option that is related to the third number in the way as the second number is related to the first number.

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9 : 90 :: 12 : ?

1. 150

2. 160

3. 152

4. 156

Answer: 156

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Q.56 Which two signs should be interchanged to make the following equation correct?

4 × 5 – 24 ÷ 12 + 8 = 14

1. + and –

2. × and +

3. + and ÷

4. ÷ and ×

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Answer: + and –

Q.57 Select the missing number from the below options.

9118
683
4557?

1. 55

2. 54

3. 52

4. 53

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Answer: 55

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Q.58 Which letter-cluster will replace the question mark (?) in the following series?

PRT, TVX, ?, BDF, FHJ

1. YZB

2. XZB

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3. XAB

4. XZC

Answer: XZB

Q.59 Three different positions of a dice are shown below. Which number appears on the face opposite the number 6?

1. 4

2. 2

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3. 1

4. 5

Answer: 5

Q.60 The difference between compound interest and simple interest on Rs. x at 8% per annum for 2 years is Rs. 48. What is the value of x?

1. 8000

2. 7400

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3. 7500

4. 7800

Answer: 7500