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MPPSC Previous Year Paper & Solution 2022

MPPSC Previous Year Paper & Solution 2022 will help candidates to understand the type of Questions to be asked in MPPSC Prelims 2022. The detailed Solution will be helpful to enhance the score in the exam as few question get repeated.  

MPPSC Previous Year Paper
MPPSC Previous Year Paper

MPPSC Previous Year Paper (With Solution) 2020

#1. Panna district of Madhya Pradesh is famous for which mineral?

(A) Manganese

(B) Marble

(C) Mica

(D) Diamond

Ans: (D)

Panna is famous for Diamond mining and NMDC is the producer of diamond in India from its Majhgawan mine at Panna, Madhya Pradesh. So, D is correct. 

#2. Chambal Canal Irrigation Project Is related with

(A) Sindh Basin

(B) Ganga Basin

(C) Yamuna Basin

(D) Tapti Basin

Ans: (C)
The Chambal River is a tributary of the Yamuna River. Hence, Chambal Canal Irrigation Project is related to the Yamuna. So, C is correct answer. 

#3. Jawahar Sagar Hydroelectricity Project is situated on which river?

(A) Narmada

(B) Chambal

(C) Tapti

(D) Mahi

Ans: (B)
Jawahar Sagar Dam is constructed over the Chambal River and it is near Kota district. So, B is correct. 

#4. Main crop of Madhya Pradesh is

(A) Rice

(B) Wheat

(C) Maize

(D) Bajra

Ans: (B)
Wheat is the main crop of Madhya Pradesh. Therefore, B is the correct answer. 

#5. Which one of the following is not commercial crop?

(A) Sugarcane

(B) Cotton

(C) Banana

(D) Bajra

Ans: (D)

A commercial crop means a commercially raised horticultural and/or agricultural product and includes the growing or harvested product. Here, Bajra is not a commercial crop. Therefore, Option D is correct here. 

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MPPSC Previous Year Paper with Solution (2019)

#1. Which of the following Amendment Act of the Constitution deleted the Right to Property from the list of Fundamental Rights?

(A) 37th Constitution Amendment Act 1975

(B) 38th Constitution Amendment Act 1975

(C) 44th Constitution Amendment Act 1978

(D) 42nd Constitution Amendment Act 1976

Ans: (C)

Right to property was deleted from the list of Fundamental Rights by the 44th Amendment Act, 1978. As a result, it is made a legal right. So, C is the correct answer. 

#2. Who had proposed “Party Less Democracy” in India?

(A) S. A. Dange

(B) Ram Manohar Lohiya

(C) Mahatma Gandhi

(D) Jay Prakash Narayan

Ans: C/D
Both JP and Gandhi was in support of the Party Less democracy in India. So, C and D, both are the correct answers. 

#3. Who was the first woman to became a Chief Election Commissioner of India ?

(A) R. M. Nikam

(B) S. K. Bedi

(C) V. S. Ramadevi

(D) G. D. Das

Ans: (C)
V. S. Ramadevi was Chief Election Commissioner of India from 26 November 1990 to 11 December 1990. So, C is the correct answer. 

#4. Which Article of the Constitution prescribes the duties of the Comptroller and Auditor General of India?

(A) Article 146

(B) Article 147

(C) Article 148

(D) Article 149

Ans: (D)

Article 149 provides the duties of CAG. Hence, (D) is correct. 

#5. The Committee which recommended that the Panchayati Raj Institutions should be Constitutionally recognized was

(A) Ashok Mehta Committee

(B) K. Santhanam Committee

(C) L. M. Singhvi Committee

(D) G. V. K. Rao Committee

Ans: (C)
L M Singhvi committee talked about the constitutional safeguard to the local bodies. Therefore, C is the correct answer. 

Further, Click here to download MPPSC Previous Year Paper & Solution 2019

MPPSC (2018) Prelims Solved Question Paper

#1. What is the full form of NGT?

(A) National Green Tribunal

(B) National General Tribe

(C) New General Tribunal

(D) National Green Tribe

Ans: (D)
The National Green Tribunal is the full for of NGT so, D is the right answer. 

#2. Name the first State of India which is dependent on organic farming.

(A) Madhya Pradesh

(B) Kerala

(C) Sikkim

(D) Arunachal Pradesh

Ans: (C)

Sikkim is now the world’s first 100 per cent organic state. So, C is the correct answer. 

#3. The main air pollutant(s) in metropolitan cities is/are

(A) O3

(B) CO and SO2

(C) CO2 and NO2

(D) None of the above

Ans: (B)

Main Pollutants are:
Sulphur dioxide (SO2)
Particulate Matter
Carbon Monoxide (CO)
Photochemical Smog etc.

So, B is the correct answer. 

#4. The sunlight energy used by green plants in photosynthesis is transformed into

(A) chemical energy

(B) physical energy

(C) Both (A) and (B)

(D) None of the above

Ans: (A)
Photosynthesis, the process by which green plants and certain other organisms transform light energy into chemical energy. 

So, A is the correct answer. 

#5. What is the audible range (hearing range) of humans?

(A) 20 Hz – 20000 Hz

(B) 80 Hz-100 Hz

(C) 2 lac Hz – 4 lac Hz

(D) 0 Hz-20 Hz

Ans: (A)

Audible Range: 20 Hz to 20 KHz.
Ultra Sound: 20 KHz to 200 MHz.
Infra Sound: Less than 20 Hz.

Microwave frequencies range between 1 GHz to 1000 GHz.

So, A is the correct answer. 

Further, Read More MPPSC Previous Year Paper with detail Solution 2018

MPPSC Prelims 2017 Question & Solution

#1. Who is called the Father of Indian Archaeology?

(A) Alexander Cunningham

(B) John Marshall

(C) Mortimer Wheeler

(D) James Prinsep

Ans: (A)
Alexander Cunningham is regarded as the father of Indian archaeology, so, A is the correct answer. 

#2. Who adorned Ram Mohan Roy with the title of Raja?

(A) Aurangzeb

(B) Robert Clive

(C) Mahatma Gandhi

(D) Mughal Emperor Akbar II

Ans: (D)

Akbar II gave the title of Raja to Raja Rammohan Roy. Further, he was known for his efforts to abolish the practices of sati and child marriage. So, D is the correct answer. 

#3. An important event of Lord Dufferin’s tenure as Viceroy was

(A) establishment of Ramakrishna Mission

(B) establishment of Muslim League in Dhaka

(C) establishment of National Congress

(D) beginning of the first Census

Ans: (C)

Lord Dufferin was the viceroy of India during the formation of Congress. So, Option C is correct. 

#4. Who among the following was the youngest person to become the President of the Indian National Congress?

(A) Jawaharlal Nehru

(B) Abul Kalam Azad

(C) Ananda Mohan Bose

(D) Bhupendra Nath Bose

Ans: (B)
Maulana Abul Kalam Azad became the youngest person to serve as the President of the Indian National Congress in 1923, at an age of 35. So, B is the correct answer. 

#5. Who among the following had not participated in the Second Round Table Conference?

(A) Mahadev Desai

(B) Pyarelal Nayyar

(C) Madan Mohan Malaviya

(D) Jawaharlal Nehru

Ans: (D)
Second round conference was held in 1931 and Gandhiji participated from the Congress side but Nehru ji was not a participant. So, D is the correct answer. 

Further, you can attempt here MPPSC Previous Paper & Solution 2017

MPPSC Prelims Question & Solution (2016)

#1. Which of the following is the highest peak of South India?

(A) Anai Mudi

(B) Doda Betta

(C) Guru Shikhar

(D) Mahendragiri

Ans: (A)
Anamudi is a mountain located in the Ernakulam and Idukki districts of the Indian state of Kerala. Moreover, it is the highest peak in the Western Ghats and in South India also. In addition to this, it lies in kerala. So, A is correct. 

#2. Between which two mountain ranges is the Valley of Kashmir situated?

(A) Ladakh and Zanskar

(B) Great Himalayas and Pir Panjal

(C) Great Himalayas and Zanskar

(D) Karakoram and Ladakh

Ans: (B)
The valley is bounded on the southwest by the Pir Panjal Range and on the northeast by the main Himalayas range. Morevover, it is approximately 135 km (84 mi) long and 32 km (20 mi) wide, and is drained by the Jhelum River. So, B is correct. 

#3. Which of the following islands of India has volcanic origin?

(A) Barren

(B) Car Nicobar

(C) Little Nicobar

(D) North Andaman

Ans: (A)

Barren Island, one of the most easterly of the Andaman Islands, is the only confirmed active volcano in India. So, A is correct. 

#4. Mammals respire by

(A) gills

(B) trachea

(C) skin

(D) lungs

Ans: (D)
All mammals have lungs that are the main organs for breathing.  Therefore, D is correct. 

#5. Myopia is the disorder of which organ?

(A) Heart

(B) Ear

(C) Eye

(D) Kidney

Ans: (C)
Myopia is an eye disorder also known as Nearsightedness. Therefore, C is correct. 

Further, See Complete Solution of MPPSC Previous Year Paper  2016

MPPSC Prelims 2015 Solved Paper

#1. Which State of India has borders with three countries namely Nepal, Bhutan and China?

(A) Arunachal Pradesh

(B) Meghalaya

(C) West Bengal

(D) Sikkim

Ans: (D)

See the Map, Sikkim is the correct answer. 

#2. Bailadila is production of

(A) Iron ore

(B) Bauxite

(C) Coal

(D) Mica

Ans: (A)

Bailadila is famous for producing iron which is used for steel making. So, A is the correct answer. 

#3. The largest mica producing State of India is

(A) Jharkhand

(B) Rajasthan

(C) Odisha

(D) Andhra Pradesh

Ans: (D)
Andhra Pradesh is the largest producer of mica. Nellore district of Andhra Pradesh is famous for its mica (crude) production. So, D is the correct answer. 

#4. The second five year plan was based on which model ?

(A) Solow model

(B) Domar model

(C) Robinson’s model

(D) Mahalanobis model

Ans: (D)
The Nehru-Mahalanobis model was adopted in the second five-year Plan. So, D is the correct answer. 

#5. The place where accessories are connected in computer is known as

(A) Port

(B) Ring

(C) Bus

(D) Zip

Ans: (A)
Port is an interface or a point of connection between the computer and its peripheral devices. So, A is the correct answer. 

Further, See MPPSC Paper & Solution 2015

MPPSC (Prelims) 2014 Question Paper & Solution

#1. Tropic of cancer passes through

A. Madhya Pradesh

B. Tripua

C. Mizoram

D. All of these

Ans: (D)
The Cancer Line passes through eight states of Gujarat, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, West Bengal, Mizoram and Tripura. So, the correct answer is (D). 

#2. Cilka Lake is located in which state?

A. Rajasthan

B. Andhra Pradesh

C. Orissa

D. Tamil Nadu

Ans: (C)
Chilka Lake is the largest salt water lake in India and it is situated in the state of Odisha.

Therefore, the correct answer is (C). 

#3. Which Governor-General introduced the permanent land revenue system in India?

A. Lord John Shore

B. Lord Clive

C. Lord Cornwallis

D. Lord Warren Hastings

Ans: (C)
The permanent land revenue system was introduced in 1793 by the Governor General of India, Lord Cornwallis, in which the landlords had now possessed about 10 per cent of land revenue and 90 per cent was kept by company.

#4. Who was elected as the president of the Indian National Congress for the year 1938?

A. Jawaharlal Nehru

B. Subhash Chandra Bose

C. Abul Kalam Azad

D. Vallabh Bhai Patel

Ans: (B)
Haripura session of the year 1938 was the 52th session of the Congress, in which the Subhash Chandra Bose was elected as President of Indian National Congress.

Hence, the correct Answer is (B)

#5. Which of the following Sikh Gurus instituted the khalsa Panth?

A. Guru Gobind Singh

B. Guru Teg Bahadur

C. Guru Nanak Dev

D. Guru Granth

Ans: (A)
Guru Goovind Singh had established Khalsa Panth on the day of Vaisakhi in 1699 AD. So, A is the correct answer. 

Further, See Complete Solution of MPPSC Previous Year Paper 2014

MPPSC Prelims (2013) Question Paper & Solution

First,  The term ‘Monsoon’ is originated from

A. Arabic language

B. Spanish

C. Hindi

D. English

Answer: A

Solution: The word ‘monsoon’ is derived from the Arabic word ‘mausim’. So, A is the correct answer. 

Further, Second Question,  ‘Gandak Project’ is the joint of which two states?

A. Bihar and Nepal

B. U.P. and M.P.

C. Bihar and west bengal

D. Bihar and M.P.
Answer: A

Solution: Gandak Project – This is on the Gandak river originates in Nepal. The Gandak project is between Bihar and Nepal. So, A is the correct answer. 

Further, Third, Which is the smallest Union Territory of India?

A. Chandigarh

B. Andaman and nicobar

C. Lakshadweep

D. Dadar and nagar haveli
Answer: C

Solution: India has 7 union territories among which the smallest is Lakshadweep, according to the area. So, C is the correct answer. 

Further, Fourth, Another name of ‘Regur Soil’ is

A. red soil

B. black soil

C. arid soil

D. mixed re-yellow soil
Answer: B

Solution: ‘Regur mud’ is also called black soil and cotton clay. This soil is found in the Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and western region of Maharashtra in India. So, B is the correct answer. 

Further, Fifth, Where the caves of Bhimbethka are situated?

A. Bhopal

B. Pachmarhi

C. Singrauli

D. Abdullaganj-raisen
Answer: D

Solution: Bhimbethka is the world’s largest cave group, it is in Abdullaganj Raisen district. So, D is correct. 

Further, Solved Paper: MPPSC Previous Year Paper of Prelims 2013

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