WBCS 2019 Prelims Answer Keys

WBCS Prelims 2019 is just over. The question paper was of moderate difficulty. Score above 100 seems to be a competitive score and any candidate scoring in the range of 95-100 should start preparing for mains exam. Our Answer Keys have been published. Check your answers and find out your how much have you scored. 

WBCS 2019 Prelims Answer Keys (Set D)



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1. B We went to the movies last night.

2. B Holiness                                                                                                 

3.B Came across

4. A Tireless

5. C Troubled

6. C Where will you meet me ?

7. B She saved money for vacation.

8. B Pancakes are delicious only with syrup.

9. D Imbalance

10. A Were

11. D To

12. B Later

13. C Nonsense

14. C Had

15. B Sometime



16. C They are writing the script.

17. A Agree with someone

18. D Birds

19. B of

20. D Fascination with dead bodies

21. C They discussed the matter.

22. A have known.

23. A have met

24. C as far as

25. A Slow

26. D M K Gandhi

27. B Lala Hardayal

28. A Singapore

29. A 1945

30. A Wardha



31. A Bal Gangadhar Tilak

32. C 1896 Session

33. C 1922

34. B Womesh Chandra Banerjee

35. A Rash Bihari Bose

36. C Minto-Morley reforms

37. A Lahore 1929

38. D Rowlatt Act Enactment

39. A Lahore

40. A Rowlatt ACt

41.C Mohammad Iqbal

42. D Ali Brothers

43. B Battle of Buxar, 1764

44. A Dandi March by Mahatma



45. B 16th August, 1946

46. B Shivaswami Ayyar

47. C Punjab

48. A Muhammad Iqbal

49. B 1919

50. B Swadeshi Movement

51. D 79th Aemndment

52. C Three Tiers

53. D Finance Commission

54. B President and Governor of a State

55. B 2 and 3 only

56. A Either house of the Parliament

57. A Governor

58. A early childhood care and education for all children untill they complete the age of six years

59. D Seventh Schedule

60. A Economic Capital Framework



61. D Article 19

62. A H.S.Surhawardi

63. A NITI Aayog

64. C 1,3 and 4

65. D 26th January, 1950

66. D All of the above

67. C Prompt Corrective Action

68. B 77th rank

69. B 2 only

70. B The Parliament

71. C Democratic Decentralisation

72. B Directive Principles of State Policy

73. A The Lok Sabha may still proceed with the Bill, accepting or not accepting the recommendations of the Rajya Sabha

74. B Directive Principles of State Policy

75. D Legal Right

76. D Ramsar Site



77. A Undulating, aeoline sandy deposit

78. C 1955

79. B Kolkata

80. A 1984

81. A Damodar Valley

82. B 1st June, 2014

83. A Tant Industry

84. A Terai

85. D Biodiversity

86. A Tista and Karala River

87. D Darjeeling

88. D Dachigram: Asiatic Lions

89. A Howrah to Hoogly

90. C Orissa

91. B The Western Ghats

92. B Godavari and Krishna



93. C Increase in 16-64 year age group of population

94. A Coochbehar

95. C 77.08%

96. A Jharkhand

97. A Coral Island

98. B Tropical Moist Deciduous

99. C Kailash Range

100. C The Khasi hills

101. A Africa

102. D TwXz

103. D RADE

104. B B

105. D 5/27

106. C (iii), (v), (ii), (i), (iv)

107. B Y

108. C Three

109. C Five



110. C Two

111. B Two

112. C 30

113. C D>A

114. C 3,5

115. A (ii), (iii), (i), (iv), (v)

116. D (i), (v), (iv), (ii), (iii), (vi)

117. B 301

118. D 9

119. D Banks

120. A Lens

121. D 12

122. C 15

123. A 2

124. C STTIBUDIONRI

125. D Intelligence: Stupidity



126. A empowers National Commission on Backward Classes

127. B 497

128. A Sam Rockwell * (he has won in the best actor in supporting role category, Gary oldman has won in the Best Actor category)

129. A Andrew Sean Greer

130. A Osaka

131. C Article 154

132. C Amitava Ghosh

133. A Millie Bobby Brown

134. B Vikram Misri

135. D Christine Lagarde

136. A Ibrahim Mohammed Solih

137. A Golda Meir

138. A Mike Pompeo

139. B Akihito

140. A Moon Jae-in

141. D Palden Namgyal

142. A 31 December 2018

143. B Gujarat

144. A Iranian Rial

145. D January 6



146. D Justice Indu Malhotra

147. B Asaduddin Owaisi

148. D Sikkim

149. B Geraldin Ford

150. D Amitav Ghosh

151. C Jawaharlal Nehru

152. D Lord Dufferin

153. D Chowdhury Rahmat Ali

154. B Mahatma Gandhi

155. A Amritsar

156. A Lord Hardinge

157. A French East India Co. and English East India Co.

158. A Non Cooperation Movement

159. A Chittagong Armoury Raid



160. C Nana Sahib

161. C Sir William Jones

162. B Sir Cyril Radcliffe

163. C Motilal Nehru and C. R. Das

164. A Annie Besant

165. A A. O. Hume

166. B 1764

167. B Jahangir

168. A 1498 A. D

169. C Akbar

170. D Alauddin Khilji

171. D Bodhgaya

172. B Shudrak

173. A Chandragupta II



174. B James Princep

175. B Mehrgarh

176. C 90

177. D 21

178. B 31 pairs

179. B the bomb traverses a curved path and falls some distance ahead

180. B Sulphur

181. A Urea

182. C good emitters

183. C to maintain convectional currents to keep the air fresh in the room

184. B Quality

185. C the distance travelled by light in free space in one year

186. D large distance of stars and fluctuations in the density of air

187. A Lemon Juice

188. C basic

189. B Limestone

190. A Copper and Zinc

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191. D 300%

192. B 24

193. C 355

194. C of decrease in air pressure in the space between them

195. C fat

196. A rate of heart beats

197. B Carbon dioxide, Methane and Hydrogen

198. C 80-99 dB

199. A has to detoxify the alcohol

200. D 90 degree

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