30th December 2019

1. Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct about the Overseas Citizen of India? 1. An applicant is not eligible for the OCI card if he, his parents or grandparents have ever been a citizen of Afghanistan, Pakistan or Bangladesh. 2. The OCI category was introduced in the year 2005.

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According to Section 7A of the OCI card rules, an applicant is not eligible for the OCI card if he, his parents or grandparents have ever been a citizen of Pakistan or Bangladesh. The category was introduced by the government in 2005. The Government of India via Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2015 merged the Person of Indian Origin (PIO) category with OCI category in 2015.

2. Which of the following chemical determinate the major difference between Bharat Stage IV and Bharat Stage VI?

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The major difference in standards between the existing BS-IV and the new BS-VI auto fuel norms is the presence of sulphur. The newly introduced fuel is estimated to reduce the amount of sulphur released by 80 per cent, from 50 parts per million to 10 ppm.

3. Which of the following statement(s) is/are true about Overseas Citizen of India? 1. OCI cardholders are given benefits on a part with non-Resident Indians in financial, economic and educational fields, except in the acquisition of agricultural or plantation properties. 2. They are at par with citizens of India in terms of rights except the right to vote and possess agricultural property.

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OCI cardholders are given benefits on a part with non-Resident Indians in financial, economic and educational fields, except in the acquisition of agricultural or plantation properties. OCI cardholders are given multiple-entry and multi-purpose life-long visa to visit India and are also exempted from reporting to police authorities for any length of stay in India. OCI cardholders do not get voting rights, cannot hold a government job and purchase agricultural or farmland.

4. Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct about Bharat Stage norms? 1. The government has proposed to make BS VI emission norms mandatory for quadricycles from April 1, 2020. 2. Bharat Stage norms concept is borrowed from European Standards which are currently undergoing Euro VI standards as against our BS IV.

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Bharat Emission Standards (BS) is standard set for automobile industry which quantifies the emission of pollutants like NO, PM etc. This concept is borrowed from European Standards which are currently undergoing Euro VI standards as against our BS IV. The government has proposed to make BS VI emission norms mandatory for quadricycles from April 1, 2020.

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