|Who said 'Christians have the right to convert?' - Sonia Gandhi, Sister Nirmala, Pope Benedict, Father Prakash.
After whom has Narendra Modi named India's biggest gas project on the Krishna Godavari basin? - Maharana Pratap, Dr Hedgewar, Syama Prasad Mookerjee, Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay.
Which day is observed as 'Black Day' by minorities and 'Victory Day' by RSS? - September 11, July 2, January 26, December 6.
These aren't samples of questions to qualify for RSS, but some of the questions asked by Gujarat Public Service Commission (GPSC) of candidates appearing for Ayurvedic medical officers' exam on Sunday.
Outraged candidates were foxed to find that many questions had blatant political or communal overtones. Four of the questions dealt with chief minister Narendra Modi's achievements.
Of the 100 questions asked in the objective paper offering four options each, about 14 were political in nature, bearing communal overtones or mocking Union railway minister Lalu Prasad or the UPA government. A copy of the 16-page question paper is with TOI.
The exam, which is meant for qualified Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (BAMS) candidates, came as a shock to many. Candidate Devang Bhavsar, an ayurveda practitioner, told TOI: ''There was also a question on which historic Supreme Court judgement cited a decision by the Narendra Modi government?'', expecting the candidates to know about the cow-slaughter ban.
"Normally, this exam is supposed to be on general knowledge, math, history and geography, but Sunday's question paper was shocking," said Bhavsar.
There were also questions about the controversial cartoons on Prophet Mohammad, and Aamir Khan film Fanaa.
"Progress comes from deviation".
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