HPSC Placement Paper Contributed by Priya updated on Nov 2021
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                                            HPSC Solved Exam Paper


1. Which of the following statement is NOT true for soap?
a) Soaps are bio-degradbale
b) Soaps cannot be used in acidic medium
c) Soaps form a white curdy precipitate with hard water
d) Soaps are relatively stronger in their cleaning action than synthetic detergents

2. Which one is a viral disease:
a) Cholera
b) Typhoid
c) Rabbies
d) Whooping cough

3. Rubella virus cause:
a) Chicken pox
b) Measles
c) Small pox
d) Mumps

4. I’m tired. I’d rather __________ out this evening, if you don’t mind.
a) don’t go
b) not go
c) not going
d) not to go

5. Anthropologists are of the view that Haryana was known by his name because in Post-Mahabharta period lived:
a) Abhiras
b) Aryans
c) Haryanvis
d) None of the above

6. According to Delhi Museum Hariana “the Heaven on the Earth” dates back to:
a) 1126 AD
b) 1328 AD
c) 1500 AD
d) 1750 AD

7. Haryana state was formed on 1 November 1966 on recommendation of:
a) Lal Bahadur Shastri
b) Indira Gandhi
c) Sardar Hukam Singh
d) Sir Chottu Ram

8. Haryana is a landlocked state lies between:
a) 28 Degree 37 Minutes to 31 Degree 35 Minutes North
b) 24 Degree 26 Minutes to 27 Degree 28 Minutes North
c) 29 Degree 20 Minutes to 31 Degree 30 Minutes North
d) 27 Degree 37 Minutes to 30 Degree 35 Minutes North

9. Population density according to 2011 census is
a) 1002 people/per sqkm
b) 642 people/per sqkm
c) 573 people/per sqkm
d) 945 people/per sqkm

10. Haryana has
a) 5682 villages
b) 6759 villages
c) 4890 villages
d) None of the above

11. How many divisions the state is divided for Administrative purpose?
a) 5
b) 3
c) 4
d) None

12. Which of the District is not part of the Gurgaon Division?
a) Faridabad
b) Palwal
c) Hisar
d) Rewari

13. Haryana Board of School Education established in Sept. 1969 and shifted in 1981 to 
a) Sonepat
b) Chandigarh
c) Bhiwani
d) Rohtak

14. Haryana has adopted New Sports Policy on:
a) 15th August 2008
b) 21st August 2009
c) 26th january 2009
d) 2nd October 2008

15. KMP stands for
a) Kurukshetra – Manesar – Panipat Expressway
b) Kundli – Manesar – Palwal Expressway
c) Kurukshetra – Manesar – Pautodi Expressway
d) Kurukshetra – Mahendragarh – Panipat Expressway

16. Haryana Industrial and Investment Policy – 2011 became effective in:
a) 1-1-2011
b) 26-1-2011
c) 15-8-2011
d) None of the above

17. Haryana Special Economic Zones Act came in existence in:
a) 2006
b) 2008
c) 2009
d) None of the above

18. Literacy rate (%) in Haryana is:
a) 70.75 percent
b) 68.60 percent
c) 62.50 percent
d) 58.25 percent

19. Arrange the sectoral growth in Haryana
a) Service – Agriculture – Industry
b) Industry – Service – Agriculture
c) Agriculture – Industry – Service
d) Service – Industry – Agriculture

20. Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme has been extended in the entire Haryana from:
a) 1st January 2008
b) 1st July 2009
c) 1st January 2010
d) None of the above

21. Average Yield per hectare of Wheat and Rice during 2010-11 in Haryana is estimated at:
a) 4560kg for Wheat and 2750 kg for rice
b) 4500kg for Wheat and 2700 kg for rice
c) 4250kg for Wheat and 2750 kg for rice
d) None of the above

22. Haryana State Annual Plan for 2011-12 approved by Planning Commision, Govt. of India is:
a) Rs. 20158 Crore
b) Rs. 20258 Crore
c) Rs. 20358 Crore
d) Rs. 20458 Crore

23. Which buffalo is called as Black Gold in Haryana?
a) Bhadavari
b) Niti-Ravi
c) Mehsana
d) Murrah

24. The Haryana Special Economic Zone came in the year
a) 2005
b) 2006
c) 2007
d) 2008

25. The Haryana Government’s Land Acquisation Policy,
a) has decided to double, even higher in some areas, the minimum floor rate (MFR) payable for acquisition of land
b) increase both the annuity amount payable over 33 years as well as its incremental annual hike and give bigger-size plots in case one’s residential property is acquired
c) the affected farmers would alsobe offered Government jobs, industrial and commercial plots
d) All the above