High Court Assistant Exam-2022 Solved Questions With Explanations 

1. The first e-court in India was opened at the High Court of:

A) Hyderabad    B) Delhi   C) Mumbai    D) Bangalore

Answer: A

The first e-Court in India has been set up at the High Court of Judiciary in Hyderabad, the common high court of the states of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. The e-Court was inaugurated by Supreme Court Judge Justice Madan B Lokoor.

2. The Selection Committee that select Lokpal in India consists of:

1. The President       2. The Prime Minister

3. Speaker of LokSabha       4. Chairman of Rajya Sabha

5) Leader of Opposition in Lok Sabha    6. Chief Justice of India

A). 1, 2, 3 and 4 only          B) 2, 3, 5 and 6 only

C) 2,5 and 6 only                D) 1, 2, 4 and 6 only

Answer :B

The Lokpal Speaker and members are selected by a selection committee consisting of the Prime Minister, the Speaker of the Lok Sabha, the Leader of the Opposition in the Lok Sabha, the Chief Justice of India or a sitting Supreme Court judge nominated by the CJI.

3. A book not authored by Chattampi Swamikal:

A) Pracheena Malayalam       B) Jeeva Karunya Nirupanam

C) Advaita Deepika              D)Advaita Chinta Paddhati

 Answer :- C

Advaita Bodha Deepika is a book on Advaita Vedanta written by Sri Karapatra Swamy, the lamp of Advaita knowledge.

4. The only Keralite mentioned in the autobiography of Mahatma Gandhi:

A) Chettur Sankaran Nair     B), Barrister G P Pillai

C) Barrister A.K. Pillai          D) V.K. Krishna Menon

Answer :-B

Barrister G.P. Pillai played an important role in the formation of the Malayalee Memorial in 1891. He is the only Malayalee mentioned by Mahatma in his autobiography.


5)-Identify the non- metal that remains liquid at room temperature.

A) Bromine   B) Mercury   C) Chlorine   D) Phosphorus

Answer :- A

Phosphorus, chlorine and bromine are not metals, in this case mercury is the only metal. Mercury exists in liquid form at room temperature, but bromine is a liquid metal at room temperature.


6)- -------------------pollution causes Knock knee syndrome.

A) Arsenic      B) Nickel      C)Fluoride     D) Cadmium

Answer :-C

Knock knee Syndrome is caused by fluoride pollution. Knock knee syndrome is also known as rickets or genital herpes, which can be caused by a deficiency of vitamin D.


7. Name the hormone which induces fruit ripening process in plants.

A) Cytokininis   B) Calcium carbide   C) Gibberellin   D) Ethylene

Answer :-D

Ethylene is known to be an important component of the ripening process of the fruit and the aging of plants, including flowers and leaves..

8)-The animal with the most number of legs in the world discovered recently:

A)  Illacme Plenipes  B) Polydesmida C) Julida  D) Eumillipes Persephone

Answer :-D

Scientists in Australia have discovered a longer millipede that has more legs than any other known animal. The light-colored millipede has a long body of 95 mm and more than 1,300 legs. The name "millipeed" translates to a thousand feet (from milli "thousand" and pes "foot"). However, no millipede with more than 750 feet has yet been described. We discovered the new record-breaking Millipede 1,306-foot Eumilipase Persephone from Western Australia. This small animal (0.95 mm wide and 95.7 mm long) has 330 segments and a cone-shaped head with large antennae and a beak for feeding.

9. What is the correct chronological sequence of the following according to their year of birth:

1. Vakkom Moulavi  2. Vagbhatananda   3. Ayyankali    4. Poikayil Yohannan 

A) 3, 1, 4, 2

B) 4, 2, 1, 3

C) 3, 1, 2, 4

D) 1,3, 2, 4


1.Vakkom Mohammad Abdul Qadir Moulavi was a social reformer, teacher, eminent writer, Muslim scholar, journalist, freedom fighter and newspaper owner of Travancore, a princely state of present day Kerala. Born: December 28, 1873, Vakkom

2.Vayaleri Kunjikannan Gurus - A Hindu religious leader and social reformer in British India. He was the founder of Atmavidya Sangam, a group of professionals and intellectuals working for fundamental change, and the Uralungal Labor Contract Co-operative Society.

Born: April 27, 1885, Thalassery

3.Ayyankali, popularly known as Mahatma by his followers, was a social reformer who worked for the advancement of the denied untouchables in Travancore. His efforts influenced many changes and improved the social welfare of those people, who are often referred to today as dalits. Born: August 28, 1863, Venganur

4. Poykayil Sreekumara Gurudevan, popularly known as Kumara Gurudevan of Poykayil Appachan, was a Dalit activist, poet and founder of the Prathiksha Raksha Diva Sabha, a socio-religious movement. Father Kandan and mother Lachi. His real name was Kumaran. Born: 17 February 1879, Eraviperur Died: 29 June 1939


10. is not an example of a mobile OS.

A) Android B) Solaris C) Kai D) Symbian

Answer :- B

A. Android is a mobile operating system based on an updated version of the Linux kernel and other open source software.

B. Solaris is a unique Unix operating system first developed by Sun Microsystems. After Oracle acquired the Sun in 2010, it was renamed Oracle Solaris.

C.KaiOS is a Linux based mobile operating system for keypad feature phones. It was developed by KaiOS Technologies Limited; One of the largest shareholders in the Hong Kong-based company is TCL Corporation, a Chinese multinational electronics company.

D. Symbian is a defunct mobile operating system and computing platform designed for smartphones. In 1998, the Symbian Limited Consortium developed Symbian as a proprietary software software OS for PDAs.

11. Which was the first antivirus program?

A) Brain B) Reaper C) Archie D) Spyware

Answer :- B

1949–1980 period (pre-antivirus days)

Some people think that "The Reaper" was the first antivirus software ever written - that it may be, but it should be noted that Reaper was actually a virus specifically designed to remove the Creeper virus. The Creeper virus was followed by several other viruses.

12. The scheduled tribe and other traditional Forest Dwellers Act which is also known as Tribal Land Act came into force in the year:

A) 2011  B) 2003  C) 2007  D) 2010

Answer :- C

Tribal Land  Act was notified into force on 31 December 2007.


13. What is the chronological sequence of the following happenings?

1. August Offer 2. Lucknow Pact   3. Champaran Satyagraha 4. Jallian Wala Bagh massacre

A) 2, 3, 4, 1

B) 1, 2, 3, 4

C) 4, 3, 2, 1

D) 1, 4, 2, 3

Answer :- A

1.The August Offer was made by Viceroy Linlithgow in 1940, promising the expansion of the Viceroy's Executive Council of India to include more Indians, the establishment of an Advisory War Council, giving full prominence to minority views and the recognition of Indians. The right to form one's own constitution.

2. The Lucknow Agreement was signed by the Indian National Congress and the Muslim League (AIML) at a joint meeting of the two parties in December 1916 in Lucknow. Both parties agreed to represent religious minorities through this agreement. Provincial Legislatures.

3. The Champaran Satyagraha of 1917 was the first Satyagraha movement in British India led by Mahatma Gandhi and is considered to be of historical significance.

4.The Jallianwala Bagh Massacre, also known as the Amritsar Massacre, took place on April 13, 1919. Pro-independence leaders of India, Dr. Saifuddin Kichloo, Dr. True milk

14. The President of India when National Emergency was proclaimed for the first time in India:

A) Dr. Rajendra Prasad

B) Dr. Zakir Hussain,

C) Dr. Radhakrishnan

D) Fakruddin Ali Ahmed

Answer :- C

The president can also declare a national, state or economic emergency. India went through three national emergencies: two external - from 1962-68, declared by Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan to lead the country through the Chino-Indian War (1962-64) and the Indo-Pakistani War (1965);

In 1971, VVGiri declared in the face of the Indo-Pakistani war; And the internal emergency declared by Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed in 1975. The last two were withdrawn together in 1978. 

15. President's rule was enforced in Kerala for the last time in the year:

A) 1959  B) 1986  C) 1982  D) 1964

Answer :- C