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IB ACIO 2015 Answer key – Intelligence Bereau(IB), Assistant Central Intelligence Officer(ACIO) Grade II / Executive Examination was conducted on 22nd February 2015. Ministry of Human Affairs (MHA) had issued recruitment Notification for the post of IB-ACIO. Large number of candidates applied for the above job. The written examination was conduced on 22nd February 2015. Candidates who have appeared for the above examination is eagerly waiting for the answer key to check with their answers. As of now official answer key has not published. However certain leading private coaching institutions have published the tentative answer keys

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  1. Curcuma Longa is the scientific name of –Turmeric.
  2. Bones found in the hands and feet as the percentage of total number of bones in the body of an adult human being is nearly equal to : 50%(27*2 +26*2 / 206)
  3. Which region of the world is believed to be the origin of potato cultivation – Southern Peru
  4. Oymyakon is coldest inhabited area on Earth. Located in – Russia
  5. Which gland in the human body is also known as the third eye – Pineal
  6. Leukemia is a group of cancers usually begins in the Bone Marrow and results in –White Blood Abnormal Cells
  7. At -40o Centigrade, Fahrenheit scale temperature would be same.
  8. Universal Gas Constant, R is a property of – Ideal Gases
  9. Satyendra Nath Bose, an Indian Physicist graduated from Presidency College Calcutta is a  classmate of –Meghnad Saha
  10. Development of World’s first practical design for an Inter-Continental Ballistic Missile, A9/10, was under taken in Nazi Germany during world war II. It was intended for use in bombing – New York and other American cities.
  11. Homi Jahangir Bhabha, the father of Indian Nuclear Programme, was also the founder director of – Tata Institute of Fundamental Research.
  12. Satellite Launch Vehicle (SLV) project launched by ISRO in 1970 headed by – Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam.
  13. Bhaskara, Bhaskaracharya or Bhaskara II, an Indian mathematician & astronomer, was born at – Bijapur (Karnataka).
  14. BrahMos, a short range supersonic cruise missile, is a joint venture between – DRDO and Russia.
  15. Mahatma Gandhi travelled to Champaran in Bihar to inspire the peasants to struggle against the oppressive plantation system during the year -1917
  16. Objective of formation of Swaraj Party within the Congress by CR Das & Motilal Nehru: Participate in elections to the provincial councils
  17. A scene of wrestling match in Bombay’s Hanging Gardens was shot by Harishchandra Bhatwdekar and it become India’s first movie. Shot in the year -1896.
  18. Famous leader said “we would not have made economic progress, if we had not intervened on very personal matters: how you live, the noise you make, how you spit..” –Lee Kuan Yew, Singapore.
  19. First time Printing Press was brought to the India by – Portuguese Missionaries.
  20. Munshi Premchand’s best known literary work, ‘GODAN’ waspublished in -1936.
  21. The caste-system during early Vedic age did not prohibit –Inter cast Dining/ Marriage.
  22. Second Buddhist Council held at – Vaishali in 383 BC.
  23. Supreme court of India pronounced the theory of basic structure of the Constitution in – Keshvanand Bharati case.
  24. 52nd amendment to the Constitution of India is most closely related to – Provisions against political defections.
  25. USA’s Republican Party election symbol is similar to – Bahujan Samaj Party(BSP) in India (Elephant).
  26. President of India can nominate 2 Members to Lok Shaba and 12 members to Rajya Sabha.
  27. 69th Amendment Act to the Constitution of India, designated Delhi as National Capital Territory (NCT).
  28. Jawaharlal Nehru was not the member of Drafting Committee for Indian Constitution.(29-08-47)
  29. Part IV of Indian Constitution deals with Directive Principles of State Policy. This feature was influenced by a similar feature of – Irish Constitution.
  30. Article 371-B – Special provisions with respect to the States of Maharashtra &Gujrat.
  31. Governors of States should have completed 35 years of age to become eligible for the post.
  32. 3rd Schedule of the Indian Constitution deals with – Oaths and Affirmations.
  33. Indian Constitution provides for promotion of International peace and security according to – Article 51 of Constitution of India
  34. Original jurisdiction of the Supreme Court defined by – Article 131.
  35. NITI – National Institution for Transforming India.
  36. The power to promulgate ordinances during recess of Parliament is vested with – President of India.
  37. Albert Einstein received the Nobel Prize for Physics in the year 1921 for – Photoelectric effect
  38. Sir CV Raman received the Nobel Prize for Physics in the year 1930 for – Scattering of Light.
  39. Indian nationals has been received the Ramon Megsaysay Award for Community Leadership – Dr M.S. Swaminathan.
  40. Bharat Ratna award posthumously presented to – Satyajit Ray.
  41. Ist Olympic Medal for India at Helsinki Olympics won in – Wrestling.
  42. The Gani Coefficient is a measure of – Income inequality.
  43. Indices considered while calculating Human Development Index (HDI) – Life Expectancy , Education and Income
  44. For the financial year 2013-14, total tax receipts of the Union Govt came from Income Tax collections – Around 20% (Corporate Tax-33.9% is the highest).
  45. Estimated growth rate for the fiscal year 2013-14 is around – 4.74%.
  46. As per Census 2011 data, most populated Metro City in India- Mumbai.
  47. Professor Arvind Panagariya was recently appointed as – Vice Chairman of NITI Aayog.
  48. Till now, 13 Heads of State have received Nobel Peace Prize. Only one Head of State received it for Literature – Winston Churchill, Prime Minister of UK in 1953.
  49. The Radcliffe Line is a boundary demarcation line between – India and Pakistan.
  50. Oldest mountain range in India – Aravali Range.
  51. River which flows from East to West in India is – Narmada.
  52. National park located in North-Eastern States, declared UNESCO World Heritage Site- Manas National Park, Barpeta, Assam
  53. Suzanna  Arundhati Roy, an Indain author and political activist, was born in – Shillong.
  54. Yellow Revolution in India refers to growth of – Oilseeds production.
  55. French Revolution ended in 1790s with the ascent of – Napoleon Bonaparte.
  56. Bhabendra Nath Saikia, famous novelist and film director of Assam, obtain PhD from University of London in – Physics.
  57. In his youth, Adolf Hitler
  58. aspired to be a – Painter Ernesto Che Guevara, the famous Marxist revolutionary of South America, was born in –Argentina.
  59. French magazine that was banned for mocking the death of former French President Charles de Gaulle is – Hara Kiri.
  60. Vasant Govarikar, who passed away recently, was a famous personality in the field of – Space Science.

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