## Kerala PSC Previous Years Question Paper & Answer

Title : JUNIOR MANAGER
Question Code : A

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Below are the scanned copy of Kerala Public Service Commission (KPSC) Question Paper with answer keys of Exam Name 'JUNIOR MANAGER' And exam conducted in the year 2015. And Question paper code was '034/2015/OL'. Medium of question paper was in Malayalam or English . Booklet Alphacode was 'A'. Answer keys are given at the bottom, but we suggest you to try answering the questions yourself and compare the key along wih to check your performance. Because we would like you to do and practice by yourself.

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Excerpt of Question Code: 034/2015/OL

B:-10 atm
C:-15 atm
D:-31 atm
Question59:-Available water is held between field capacity and
A:-Saturation capacity
B:-Permanent witting point
C:-Hygroscopic co-efficient
D:-Oven dry soil
Question60:-The present Union Minister of Agriculture in Indian Cabinet
D:-Arun Jaitley
Question61:-Different forms of the water present in food are :
A:-Bound water, hydrated water, imbibed water in gel and water absorbed on surface
-Bound water, free water, occluded water and crystallized water
C:-Free water, lymph water, imbibed water in gel, adsorbed water
D:-Free water, drip water, bound water in gel, water absorbed on surface
Question62:-Mathematically, water activity (* "a_w")’ can be expressed as :

A:-\"a_w="" ERH x 100
B:-\"a_w ="" ERH/ 100
C:-‘"a_w ="" ERH x Moisture content
D:-"a_w =" ERH / Moisture content, where ERH is equilibrium relative humidity
Question63:-Isotherms are plotted :
A:-moisture content vs. protein
B:-moisture content vs. carbohydrate
C:-moisture content vs. water activity
D:-moisture content vs. pH
Question64:-Carbohydrate provides calories at the rate of :
A:-5 Keal/g
B:-6 Kcal/g
C:-8 Keal/g
D:-4 Kcal/g
Question65:-The following are the disaccharides :
A:-glucose and fructose
B:-sucrose and glucose
C:-sucrose and maltose
D:-lactose and fructose
Question66:-The examples of storage polysaccharides are :
A:-starch and glycogen
B:-cellulose and glucose
C:-glycogen and pectin
D:-amylose and amylopectin