Dear Bankersdaily Aspirants,

Kerala Public Service Commission (KPSC) Exams is one of the most sought exams in Kerala and a record number of aspirants appear for this exam every year for various postings. These Kerala PSC Exams are conducted to select the applicants for Civil Service posts in Kerala.

Kerala Public Service Commission (KPSC) conducts examinations for appointments to the services of the state. Topmost posts including the ones in the Education department and other important Departments will be duly filled by the KPSC Exams.

We have already started to post questions for the Kerala PSC Exam and will be continuing to do so for the benefit of the students. Please check the Questions regularly and prepare for the Kerala PSC Exams with us and crack the exams in the forthcoming days.

Top 10 Important Questions For KERALA PSC With Explanations

1.The instrument used to measure Blood Pressure?

Ans: Sphygmomanometer


  • Konimeter: Instrument measuring the amount of dust in the air.
  • Ammeter: Instrument for measuring Electric Current.
  • Barometer: Instrument for measuring Air Pressure.
  • Chronometer: Instrument for measuring Time.
  • Fathometer: Instrument for measuring the depth of the Ocean.
  • Seismograph: Instrument for recording Earthquake.

2.Study of Wind?

Ans: Anemology


  • Anatomy: Study of structure of the body.
  • Cartography: The science of making maps and globes.
  • Cosmology: Study of the Universe.
  • Pedology: Study of Soils.
  • Ethnology: Study of Cultures
  • Nosology: Study of diseases

3.The process used to produce Ammonia is?

Ans: Haber Process


  • The manufacturing process of Aluminium: Hall Heroult process
  • Industrial production of Hydrogen: Bosch process
  • Production of Sodium Carbonate: Solvay Process
  • Manufacturing of Sulfuric Acid: Contact process
  • Production of Nitric Acid: Ostwald process

  1. HTML refers to?

Ans: HyperText Markup Language


  • SMS: Short Message Service
  • HTTP: Hyper Text Transfer Protocol
  • EPROM: Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory
  • COBOL: Common Business Oriented Language
  • JPEG: Joint Photographic Expert Group
  • PDF: Portable Document Format

  1. The famous work ‘Mokshapradeepam’ was written by?

Ans: Brahmananda Sivayogi


  • Other Major works of Brahmananda Sivayogi includes:
  • Anandakummi
  •  Jnanakummi
  • Sidhanubhuthi
  • Vigraharadhana Khandanam
  • Ananda Suthram

  1. The ratio of ages of two sisters is 3:4. The product of their ages is 192. The ratio of their ages after 5 years will be?

Ans: 17:21


Let the present age of two sisters be 3x & 4x

Then the product of their ages becomes 12x2




So, x becomes 4.

Hence the present ages are ,3x=3×4->12


After 5 years their ages will be,

17 and 21

Ratio becomes, 17:21

  1. Which team won the 2017-18 Ranji Trophy?

Ans: Vidarbha


  • It was the 84th season of Ranji Trophy
  • Vidarbha won the tournament beating Delhi by 9 wickets.
  • Player of the match: Rajneesh Gurbani.

  1. Who is known as ‘Father of Indian Unrest’?

Ans: Bal Gangadhar Tilak


  • Other name of Dadabhai Naoroji: Indian Gladstone
  • Iron Man of India: Sardar Vallabhai Patel
  • Nightingale of India: Sarojini Naidu
  • Mother of Indian Revolution: Bhikaji Kama

  1. Which state is known as ‘Apple state’?

Ans: Himachal Pradesh


  • Fruit Bowl of India        
  • Mountain State Himachal Pradesh
  • State of All Seasons

10. National Human Rights Commission was established in?

Ans: 1993


  • National Human Rights Commission Act was passed on 28th Sep 1993
  • It was formed on 12th Oct 1993
  • Headquarters: New Delhi
  • NHRC is headed by 5 members including Chairman
  • Terms of Chairperson and members: 5yrs or up to 70yrs of age.
  • First Chairperson: Ranganath Mishra
  • Present Chairperson: H.L Dattu