GK/GK Sample Test Paper Sample Test,Sample questions

Question: An example of ex-situ conservation is

1.Sacred groves

2.Wildlife Sanctuary

3.Seed bank

4.National parks


Question: As you move from the ________ towards the poles, the latitude increases (up to 90 degrees). The further you go from the equator in any direction, the difference between the duration of the day and night in different times of the year will be bigger.

1.Tropic of Capricorn

2.Equator

3.Tropic of Cancer

4.Arctic Circle


Question: As you move from the ________ towards the poles, the latitude increases (up to 90 degrees). The further you go from the equator in any direction, the difference between the duration of the day and night in different times of the year will be bigger.

1.Tropic of Capricorn

2.Equator

3.Tropic of Cancer

4.Arctic Circle


Question: Cell wall is absent in

1.Bacilli

2.Mycoplasma

3.Plant cell

4.Mycobacterium


Question: Chidambaram is a temple of

1.Tamil nadu

2.Assam

3.Bihar

4.Haryana


Question: Claire Polosak from Australia created history by becoming the first female umpire to stand in

1.Mens Hockey

2.Mens ODI

3.Chess

4.None


Question: Coping Strategies Index is related to

1.Food security measurement

2.Financial statement

3.Sales

4.Banking sector


Question: Cortisone is released by the?

1.Adrenal gland

2.Thyroid gland

3.Thymus gland

4.None


Question: Duti Krushna Panda, who passed away recently, was the veteran politician of which of the following party?

1.INC

2.BJP

3.CPI

4.BSP


Question: Exchange of segments between non-sister chromatid of homologous chromosomes is

1.Crossing over

2.Translocation

3.Inversion

4.Linkage


Question: Fill in the blank: Nitrogen is the most abundant gas in the atmosphere. Air is composed of______ nitrogen.

1.78.03 percent

2.73.77 percent

3.23 percent

4.0.1 percent


Question: Fill in the blanks: Recently Indian archeologists using the technique of _____________, are inclined to believe that the period of Harappan culture extended from 2500 B.C. to _____ B.C.

1.Pottery design, 1200

2.Radio Carbon-14 dating, 1500

3.Stratification, 1700

4.Aryan invasion, 2300


Question: Fill in the blanks: The closest point to the Sun in a planet orbit is called perihelion. When Earth is at perihelion, it is about ____________from the Sun.

1.134 million km

2.147 million km

3.159 million km

4.163 million km


Question: Fill in the blanks: _______ forms the major part of the total volume of earth.

1.Sima

2.Sial

3.Mantle

4.Core


Question: First state in India which was created on linguistic basis?

1.Andhra Pradesh

2.Madhya Pradesh

3.Arunachal Pradesh

4.West Bengal


Question: Hind brain contains how many major parts?

1.1

2.2

3.3

4.4


Question: Human dominated biosphere is called

1.Stratosphere

2.Troposphere

3.Hemisphere

4.Noosphre


Question: In a sigmoid growth curve, lag phase indicate

1.Exponential growth

2.Initial slow growth

3.Steady growth

4.Constant increasing


Question: In the Parliament of India Upper House in known as Which of the following Sabha

1.Lok Sabha

2.Rajya Sabha

3.Both

4.None


Question: In which generation of computer, transistors were used?

1.Second

2.Fourth

3.First

4.Third


Question: In which year, did the right to education come into force as a fundamental right

1.2009

2.2010

3.2011

4.2012


Question: Isopleth map is the example of

1.Daily weather map showing isobars

2.Daily Crop showing isobars

3.Daily Pollution map showing isobars

4.More than one option is correct


Question: Jamini Roy was famous for??

1.Dancer

2.Producer

3.Actor

4.Literature


Question: Legend is related to Story in the same way Merlin is related to ?

1.Hawk

2.Eagle

3.Parakeet

4.Crow


Question: Mohenjodero was located on banks of river

1.Indus

2.Jamuna

3.Rabi

4.None


Question: Moti Masjid of Lahore built by?

1.Furrukhsiyar

2.Shah Jahan

3.Jahangir

4.None


Question: Ms. Harita Kaur has the distinction of being the first Indian Women

1.Ambassador to a foreign country

2.Pilot to fly an aircraft solo

3.Doctor to create first test tube baby

4.To be inducted into Indian Navy


Question: Nepal has successfully launched its first satellite NepaliSat-1 into space from

1.Virginia

2.Newyork

3.Paris

4.None


Question: Pakistan which rejoined the Commonwealth, had pulled itself out of it in the year

1.1975

2.1977

3.1972

4.1988


Question: Rivers in Annular pattern flow in like a

1.Ring

2.Circular

3.Straight

4.Backward direction


Question: Shovna Narayan is a reputed personality in which of the following fields?

1.Literature

2.Classical dance

3.Classical music

4.Journalism


Question: Spirochete is a Which type of bacteria?

1.Aerobic Bacteria

2.Anaerobic Bacteria

3.Facultative bacteria

4.None


Question: The 3rd ventricle of brain is situated in

1.Roof of diencephalon

2.Base of telencephalon

3.Roof of metencephalon

4.Base of mylencephalon


Question: The 5th Asia Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU) Media Summit on Climate Action and Disaster Preparedness has started in which of the following cities?

1.Colombo

2.Kathmandu

3.New york

4.None


Question: The 5th edition of United Nations (UN) Global Road Safety Week has started from

1.4th may 2019

2.5th may 2019

3.6th may 2019

4.7th may 2019


Question: The 6-day Brahmakalashothsava festival is celebrated in the ancient Chandkuru Sri Durga Parameshwari Temple annually in

1.Madhya Pradesh

2.Assam

3.Karnataka

4.Haryana


Question: The asteroid belt is the circumstellar disc in the Solar System located roughly between the orbits of the planets

1.Mars and Mercury

2.Mars and earth

3.Mars and Jupiter

4.Mars and venus


Question: The Australia group was established to control the spread of which among the following?

1.Nuclear Weapons

2.Ballistic Missiles

3.Chemical and Biological Weapons

4.All


Question: The buildings in which new material has been used but this does not changes its layout is termed as

1.Modified Traditional Dwellings

2.Traditional Dwellings

3.Both A and B

4.None


Question: The decoding and interpretation of visual information are carried by

1.Parietal lobe

2.Frontal lobe

3.Occipital lobe

4.Temporal lobe


Question: The device which is used to study the way and object behaves when the air flows over it?

1.Wind Pannel

2.Wind Tunnel

3.A and B

4.None


Question: The following question consist of two words each that have a certain relationship to each other, followed by lettered pairs of words.Select the lettered pair that has the same relationship as the original pair of words. Wan - Colour

1.Insipid - Flavour

2.Pallid - Complexion

3.Enigmatic - Puzzle

4.None


Question: The Harappas had commercial relations with which of the following country?

1.China

2.Burma

3.Jawa

4.Mesopotamia


Question: The headquarters of the UNESCO is located at

1.Newyork

2.Rome

3.Washington D.C

4.None


Question: The highest sand dunes are found is which of the following desert?

1.The Gobi desert

2.The Kalahari desert

3.The Atacama desert

4.The Sahara desert


Question: The people of Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro culture belonged to the

1.Iron Age

2.New Stone Age

3.Copper Age

4.None of the above


Question: The period of one revolution of sun around the centre of galaxy is called

1.galactic year

2.Cosmic year

3.Both A and B

4.None


Question: The planet that takes the highest time for completing a rotation is

1.Pluto

2.Mercury

3.Venus

4.Earth


Question: The propagation of radio signals is greatly influence by

1.ionosphere

2.troposphere

3.exosphere

4.thermosphere


Question: The right to life granted by the Constitution does not include

1.Right to die

2.Right to human dignity

3.Right to livelihood

4.Right to be free from exploitation


Question: The varaha Temple at mamallapuram was built by

1.Aditya I

2.Singh Vishnu

3.Mahendra varmana I

4.Mahendra varmana II


Question: There are _____ sides to the moon that are visible to us on earth

1.2

2.3

3.4

4.5


Question: Venus is sometimes called twins of earth because

1.Have about the same mass (they weigh about the same)

2.Venus and Earth are almost the same size

3.Have a very similar composition (are made of the same material)

4.All of the above


Question: Water conduction occur through which tissues??

1.Xylem and Phloem

2.Parenchyma and sclerenchyma

3.Tracheids and tracheae

4.Xylem fibres and bast fibres


Question: Wernicke area is a region of brain that is important for

1.Language development

2.Vision development

3.Hearing development

4.Balance of body


Question: What among the following was Arikamedu during ancient India?

1.A mountain

2.A coastal settlement and trade centre

3.A Lake

4.A city in Aravalli Mountains in Gujarat


Question: What is the name of gas which usually filled in the electric bulb?

1.Oxygen

2.Nitrogen

3.Carbon

4.All of the above


Question: What is the name of the plaything was invented by Joe McVicker in 1956?

1.Etch-A-Sketch

2.Silly Putty

3.Play-Doh

4.Lite-Brite


Question: What is the name that city which is called as tha White City of Rajasthan?

1.Udaipur

2.Jaipur

3.Jodhpur

4.None of the above


Question: What is the reason for Rajasthan being deficient in rainfall ?

1.The winds do not come across any barrier to cause necessary uplift to be cooled

2.There is no water available and thus the winds remain dry

3.The monsoon fail to reach this area

4.It is too hot


Question: What was the name of first invention installed at a Hartford, Connecticut bank in 1889?

1.Time lock safe

2.Automatic teller machine

3.Burglar alarm

4.Pay telephone


Question: When was the Constitution of India adopted by the Constituent Assembly

1.26th Nov 1947

2.26th Nov 1949

3.26th Mar 1947

4.26th Mar 1949


Question: Which animal is the largest primate in the world

1.The gorilla

2.Giraffe

3.Elephant

4.Brown bear


Question: Which Indian city has been ranked second according to WHO list of 15 most polluted cities?

1.Kanpur

2.Delhi

3.Varanasi

4.Faridabad


Question: Which Indian city has been ranked third according to the WHO list of 15 most polluted cities?

1.Delhi

2.Varanasi

3.Kanpur

4.Gwalior


Question: Which is the land of the rising sun?

1.Japan

2.China

3.Taiwan

4.Australia


Question: Which is the lowest population state in India?

1.Mizoram

2.Sikkim

3.Chandigarh

4.Goa


Question: Which of the following animal is not found in forest?

1.Seahorse

2.Tiger

3.Lion

4.Wolf


Question: Which of the following is not a correct statement?

1.Bats are blind but can fly in the dark because of echolocation

2.One liter of cold air will be heavier than one liter of hot air

3.In human body, Liver stores glucose as glycogen

4.None


Question: Which of the following is the missing term in the series 4,9,25,_?,121,169,289,361

1.39

2.49

3.59

4.69


Question: Which of the following is the wrong term in the series 1, 5, 9, 15, 25, 37, 49

1.15

2.25

3.49

4.All


Question: Which of these statements are correct?1. Prime Meridian passes through Greenwich and is at 0 Longitude.2. Tropic of Cancer lies at Latitude.

1.Only 1

2.Only 2

3.Both Statements are correct

4.None of these


Question: Who among the following fits with this description Indian Cotton merchant, Banker, Congressman, a close associate of Mahatma Gandhi?

1.V. S. Sastri

2.M. R. Jayakar

3.Jamanlal Bajaj

4.G. D. Birla


Question: Who among the following is known as Flying Sikh of India?

1.Mikha singh

2.Ajit Pal Singh

3.Mohinder Singh

4.None


Question: Who among the following ruler was defeated by Seleucus?

1.Chanakya

2.Chandra Gupta Maurya

3.Rabindranath Tagore

4.None of the above


Question: Who is authorised to decide over a dispute regarding disqualification of a member of parliament?

1.Speaker of lok sabah

2.President

3.Election Commisione

4.None


Question: Who is Limba Ram?

1.Politician

2.cricketer

3.Professor

4.None


Question: _______are the regions in India having rainfall greater than 200 cm. Due to high temperature and high precipitation Rainforests exist in these places.

1.Western ghats

2.North-Eastern Himalayas

3.Eastern Ghats

4.More than one option is correct


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