General knowledge(GK)/Basic General Knowledge - Section 7 Sample Test,Sample questions

Question:
  The number of sovereign countries who are members of the United Nations, is

1.180

2.182

3.183

4.194

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Question:
  The red blood cells are in the

1.heart

2.liver

3. lymph nodes

4.bone marrow

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Question:
  The scientist who first discovered that the earth revolves round the sun was

1.Newton

2.Dalton

3.Copernicus

4.Einstein

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Question:
  The SLV-3 project provided India with the expertise to lop a larger and more sophisticated launch vehicle

1.PSLV

2.ASLV

3.GSLV

4.None of the above

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Question:
 The number of chromosomes in human body is

1.42

2.44

3.46

4.48

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Question:
 The ozone layer is being destroyed by chlorofluorocarbons. In this regard which do you consider as the most harmful?

1.Carbon atom

2.Chlorine atom

3. Fluorine atom

4.The entire compound

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Question:
 The prize winning title of Arundhati Roy for Bookers Prize in 1997 was

1.Amsterdam

2.The God of Small Things

3.Disgrace

4.Last Orders

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Question:
 The purest form of water can be obtained from

1.a deep tubewell

2.a running stream

3.a hot water spring

4.a heavy shower of rain

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Question:
 The Reliance Cup is associated with

1.sea plane race (England)

2.world badminton (women)

3.badminton

4.cricket

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Question:
.  The Reliance Cup was earlier known by the name of

1.Benson and Hedges Cup

2.McDowells Challenge Cup

3. Prudential Cup

4.Rothmans Cup

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Question:
he NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organisation) was established on

1.4-Apr-49

2.1-Sep-66

3.12-Dec-90

4. January 20, 1950

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Question:
The name of Ronaldinho is associated with the game of

1.football

2.hockey

3.gymnastics

4.badminton

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Question:
The National Convention framed the new Republican constitution of France in 1795, according to which

1.the executive authority of the state was vested in a committee of five directors, called the Directory

2.a bicameral legislature was established

3.both (a) and (b)

4.None of the above

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Question:
The National Emblem was adopted by Government of India on

1.26-Jan-50

2.15-Aug-47

3.2-Aug-50

4.12-Jul-47

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Question:
The national flag was adopted by the Constituent Assembly of India on

1.15-Aug-47

2.22-Jul-47

3.26-Jan-50

4. January 2, 1950

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Question:
The national museum is located at

1.Mumbai

2.Lucknow

3.New Delhi

4.Pune

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Question:
The national sport of Canada is

1.tennis and cricket

2.lacrosse

3.judo

4.rugby and football

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Question:
The National Sports Festival for women was, for the first time, organized in

1.1970

2.1975

3.1980

4.1985

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Question:
The Netaji Subhas National Institute of Sports is located at

1.Bangalore

2.Kolkata

3.Darjeeling

4.Patiala

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Question:
The News Agency "Associated Press" is of

1.Indonesia

2.America

3.Bangladesh

4.China

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Question:
The news agency Reuters belongs to which of the following country?

1.Palestine

2.Yugoslavia

3.Vietnam

4.UK

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Question:
The Newspaper Paravada is taken out in

1.London

2.Beijing

3.Jakarta

4.Moscow

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Question:
The normal term of office for which the President and Vice-President of the International Court of Justice are elected is

1. three years

2. five years

3. seven years

4. nine years

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Question:
The normal threshold of hearing is around

1. 60-80 db

2.45-60 db

3.100-120 db

4.25-45 db

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Question:
The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation was created in

1.1945

2.1947

3.1949

4.1951

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Question:
The number of already named bones in the human skeleton is

1.200

2.206

3.212

4.218

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Question:
The number of judges is European Court of Human Rights are

1.5

2.11

3.47

4.15

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Question:
The number of permanent members of the UN Security Council is

1.3

2.4

3.5

4.6

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Question:
The number of principal organs of the United Nation is

1.3

2.4

3.5

4.6

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Question:
The objective of Indias space programme was

1.mass communication and education via satellite

2.survey and management of natural resources

3.development of indigenous satellites and satellite launch vehicles

4.All of the above

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Question:
The official language of the Government of India is

1.English

2.Malayalam

3.Hindi

4.Marathi

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Question:
The official languages of the United Nations are

1.African, Chinese, English, French, German and Spanish

2.Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish

3.Arabic, Japanese, Chinese, English, French and German

4.Chinese, English, French, Hindi, Japanese and Spanish

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Question:
The official working languages recognised by the UNO are

1.Chinese and English

2.French and Russian

3.Spanish and Arabic

4. All of the above

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Question:
The Olympic Flame symbolises

1.unity among various nations of the world

2. speed, perfection and strength

3.sports as a means for securing harmony among nations

4.continuity between the ancient and modern games

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Question:
The Olympic Flame was lit for the first time at the Amsterdam stadium in

1.1981

2.1928

3.1938

4.1948

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Question:
The Olympic Flame, was, for the first time, ceremonially lighted and burnt in a giant torch at the entrance of the stadium at

1.Athens Games (1896)

2.London Games (1908)

3.Paris Games (1924)

4.Amsterdam Games (1928)

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Question:
The Olympic Symbol (Summer Games) comprises five rings or circles linked together to represent

1.the sporting friendship of all people

2.the five continents

3. both (a) and (b)

4.None of the above

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Question:
The only Indian woman who become President of the World Health Organisation so far is/was

1.Smt. Kamala Devi Chattopadhyaya

2. Raj Kumari Amrit Kaur

3.Smt. Vijayalakshmi Pandit

4. Dr. Sushila Nayar

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Question:
The origin of modern badminton is attributed to

1.India

2.Britain

3.France

4.France

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Question:
The ozone layer restricts

1.visible light

2.infrared radiation

3.x-rays and gamma rays

4. ultraviolet radiation

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Question:
The parts of the Mahabharata which include Bhagawad Gita, is

1.more then 100 years old

2.more then 2500 years old

3.more then 1500 years old

4.None of the above

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Question:
The Pilotless target aircraft, fabricated at the Aeronautical Development Establishment, Bangalore, is

1. Lakshya

2.Cheetah

3.Nishant

4.Arjun

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Question:
The playground of baseball is known as

1.court

2.diamond

3.ring

4.pitch

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Question:
The playground of lawn tennis is called

1.court

2.ring

3.arena

4.rink

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Question:
The principal bodies of the UNO areI. The General Assembly and the Security CouncilII. The Economic and Social CouncilIII. International Court of JusticeIV. Trusteeship Council and secretariat

1.I

2.I,II

3.I,II,III

4.All of the above

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Question:
The prize given to individuals fighting for freedom, independence and dignity of people is

1.Simon Bolivai Prize

2.Golden Bear Award

3.David Cohen Award

4.Owen Global Award

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Question:
The Prize that is awarded every two years to people who have worded for "Freedom of speech", is

1.Plame Prize

2.UNEOSCO Prize for Tolerance

3.Unesco Peace Award

4.Monismanien Swedish

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Question:
The process of revival of learning that swept across Europe in 15th and 16th centuries is called

1.feudalisam

2.crusade

3.renaissance

4.communism

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Question:
The pulse of the aquatic environment can be ascertained by measuring

1.nitrogen

2.oxygen

3.alkalinity

4.conductivity

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Question:
The purpose of United Nations Fund for Population Activities (UNFPA) is

1.studying population dynamics

2.collecting population data

3.evolving population policies, family planning and related programmes

4. All of the above

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Question:
The range of missile Agni is approximately

1.150 km

2.1200-2000 km

3. 500 m to 9 km

4.4 km

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Question:
The reaction which converts sugar solution into alcohol is an example of

1.saponification

2.hydrogenation

3.fermentation

4.hydrolysis

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Question:
The refrigerant commonly used for domestic refrigerators is

1.alcohol

2.ammonia

3.neon

4. None of the above

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Question:
The regional economic commissions of the Economic and social Council (UNO) are

1.ECE (Economic Commission of Europe) and ESCAP (Economic and Social Commission for Asia)

2. ECLA (Economic Commission for Latin America) and ECA (Economic Commission for Africa)

3. ECWA (Economic Commission for Western Asia) and ECLA

4.All of the above

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Question:
The restoration o the Olympic Games at the end of the last century was at the initiative of a/an

1.French baron

2.Greek philosopher

3.German philanthropist

4.English duke

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Question:
The revival work of the Olympic Games was undertaken by Baron Pierre deCoubertin after a lapse of 15 centuries. The first modern Games were held in 1896 at

1.Athens

2.London

3.Paris

4. St. Louis

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Question:
The Rh factor refers to

1. a protein substance found in the blood of some people

2.a hormone carried by the blood

3.the ratio of red corpuscles to white corpuscles in the blood

4.a process that speeds up the clothing of blood

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Question:
The Roman governor and principal assassin in the murder of Julies Caesar was

1.Marcus Junius Brutus

2.Marco Polo

3.Leon Trotsky

4. Karl Markx

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Question:
The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, awards the Nobel Prize in

1.physics

2.economics

3.chemistry

4.both a and c

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Question:
The ruling party of Singapore, where no opposition parties are allowed is called

1. Peoples Party

2.Peoples Action Party

3.Labour Party

4.Communist Party

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Question:
The sacred place for Buddhists is

1.Lumbini (Nepal) where Buddha was born

2. Bodh Gaya (Bihar) where Buddha received enlightenment

3. Kusinagara (UP) where Buddha attained Nirvana

4.All of the above

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Question:
The sacred place of the followers of Shintoism is

1.Central shrine of Ise (Central of Japan)

2.Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo

3.both are correct

4.None of the above

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Question:
The sacred text of Confucianism is

1.The Tripitaka

2.The Analects

3.Quran

4.no specific text

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Question:
The SAF (South Asian Federation) Game, as a part of the SAARC programme, was first held in

1.1964

2.1974

3.1984

4.1994

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Question:
The saffron colour in the national flag signifies

1. truth and peace

2.courage and Sacrifice

3. faith and chivalry

4. None of the above

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Question:
The Scottish bacteriologist who discovered penicillin was

1.Alexander Fleming

2. Albert Einstein

3.Archimeder

4.Aryabhatta

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Question:
The Secretary-General is required to submit an annual report on the work of the UN to

1.the General Assembly

2.the Security Council

3.the Trusteeship Council

4.All of the above simultaneously

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Question:
The SI unit of ___ is named after Andre Marie Ampere.

1.power

2.potential difference

3.electric current

4.energy

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Question:
The significance of peace is denoted by which of the following symbol?

1.Olive branch

2.Green light

3.Lotus

4. Red flag

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Question:
The significance of the lotus symbol is

1.culture and civilisation

2.peace

3.justice

4.sign of mourning, in protest

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Question:
The site of the third oldest civilisation after the Sumerian and Egyption, Mohenjo-daro, was Built in

1.2500 BC

2.2500-2000 BC

3.2300 BC

4.2200 BC

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Question:
The smallest state of India is

1.Rajasthan

2.Sikkim

3.Himachal Pradesh

4.Goa

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Question:
The Sports Authority of India is was registered as a society in

1.1982

2.1983

3.1984

4.1985

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Question:
The state having maximum cities is

1.Uttar Pradesh

2.West Bengal

3.West Bengal

4.West Bengal

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Question:
The term of office of the UN Secretary-General is

1.three years

2.four years

3.five years

4.six years

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