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In this post, I am bringing those questions which are hardly known to most of the aspirants. I hope you will be more than happy to know the unknown things related to Education and media for HP GK :



1. What is the name of a Hindi Magazine (monthly) which was started during the early sixties but remained suspended during 1956-66?
Ans: Sahitya Darshan

2. After the suspension, when was the above-mentioned magazine revived?
Ans: At the end of 1967

3. Which non- regional newspaper commands the largest circulation in Himachal Pradesh?
Ans: The Tribune; It's probably because this paper is published from Chandigarh - a place nearest to the state of Himachal Pradesh

4. What are the major dialects in which AIR Shimla broadcasts programmes?
Ans : Kangri, Chambiali, Mandiyali, Kinnauri and Sirmauri

5. Under the reign of which ruler, the education system in Himachal Pradesh flourished?
Ans: Raja Shamsher Prakash of Sirmaur

6. Which ruler had established a "madrasa" at Nahan to impart education in Urdu and Persian languages?
Ans: Raja Shamsher Prakash

7. Most of the schools in the state of Himachal Pradesh were affiliated to which university before independence?
Ans: Punjab University, Lahore

8. When was the first primary school opened at Keylong?
Ans: 1861

9. When was the first central college established in Shimla?
Ans: 1948

10. Which education board opened the first college in Lahaul valley and in which year?
Ans: Kangra District Education Board in 1919

11. Bishop Cotton School was opened by :
Ans: John Lawrence in 1863

12. When was the Department of Technical Education established in Himachal Pradesh?
Ans: 1968

13. Mahima Library(1930) stands as a memorial to one of Maharani's daughter. What is the name of that daughter?
Ans: Mahima Kumari

14. The inauguration of Mahima Library took place under the reign of which ruler?
Ans: Maharaja Amar Prakash

15. Where is Dadahu Library located?
Ans: Sirmaur

16. When was Dadahu library established?
Ans: July 1955

17. What are the prominent libraries established in Chamba Districts?
Ans : a) District Chamba Library
b) Sanatan Dharma Library

18. When was District Chamba Library established?
Ans: 1st January 1959




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