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The metallurgical process in which a metal is obtained in a fused state is called

(A) smelting

(B) roasting

(C) calcinations

The metallurgical process in which a metal is obtained in a fused state is called

(A) smelting

(B) roasting

(C) calcinations

The most electronegative element among the following is

(A) sodium

(B) bromium

(C) fluorine

(D) oxygen

The most electronegative element among the following is

(A) sodium

(B) bromium

(C) fluorine

(D) oxygen

Which of the following is most useful for measuring the shortest distance between two places on the earth and path between them?

(A) Atlas map

(B) Thematic maps

(C) Wall maps

(D) Globe

Which of the following is most useful for measuring the shortest distance between two places on the earth and path between them?

(A) Atlas map

(B) Thematic maps

(C) Wall maps

(D) Globe

The soil found in areas of heavy rainfall and high humidity, where there is good growth of vegetation is

(A) peat and marshy soil

(B) saline and alkaline soil

(C) black soil

(D) alluvial soil

The soil found in areas of heavy rainfall and high humidity, where there is good growth of vegetation is

(A) peat and marshy soil

(B) saline and alkaline soil

(C) black soil

(D) alluvial soil

The tide produced when the moon and the sun are at right angles to the earth, thus pulling in opposite directions, is called

(A) neap tide

(B) spring tide

(C) diurnal tide

(D) ebb tide

The tide produced when the moon and the sun are at right angles to the earth, thus pulling in opposite directions, is called

(A) neap tide

(B) spring tide

(C) diurnal tide

(D) ebb tide

The soils whose parent material tend to be rich in sand are

(A) spodsols

(B) alfisols

(C) aridsols

(D) ultisols

The soils whose parent material tend to be rich in sand are

(A) spodsols

(B) alfisols

(C) aridsols

(D) ultisols

The storms or frontal systems develop where

(A) air is rising

(B) atmospheric pressure is low

(C) at the equator and in the mid-latitudes

(D) All of the above

The storms or frontal systems develop where

(A) air is rising

(B) atmospheric pressure is low

(C) at the equator and in the mid-latitudes

(D) All of the above

The temperature increases rapidly after

(A) ionosphere

(B) exosphere

(C) stratosphere

(D) troposphere

The temperature increases rapidly after

(A) ionosphere

(B) exosphere

(C) stratosphere

(D) troposphere

The southern Deccan area is in a rain shadow and receives only

(A) 50 to 1000 mm of rainfall a year

(B) 100 to 200 mm of rainfall a year

(C) 200 to 400 mm of rainfall a year

(D) 50 to 400 mm of rainfall a year

The southern Deccan area is in a rain shadow and receives only

(A) 50 to 1000 mm of rainfall a year

(B) 100 to 200 mm of rainfall a year

(C) 200 to 400 mm of rainfall a year

(D) 50 to 400 mm of rainfall a year

The second largest continent in the world is

(A) Asia

(B) Australia

(C) Africa

(D) Europe

The second largest continent in the world is

(A) Asia

(B) Australia

(C) Africa

(D) Europe

He invented a machine to ________ people in wheelchairs to get up stairs.

(A) Enable

(B) Able

(C) Capable

He invented a machine to ________ people in wheelchairs to get up stairs.

(A) Enable

(B) Able

(C) Capable

To convert moving coil galvanometer into an ammeter, which of the following methods is used?

(A) Small resistance in series

(B) Small resistance in parallel

(C) High resistance in series

(D) High resistance in parallel

To convert moving coil galvanometer into an ammeter, which of the following methods is used?

(A) Small resistance in series

(B) Small resistance in parallel

(C) High resistance in series

(D) High resistance in parallel

Lever functions on which of the following principles?

(A) Crank-shaft

(B) Joining rod

(C) Crank pin

Lever functions on which of the following principles?

(A) Crank-shaft

(B) Joining rod

(C) Crank pin

The capacitance, in force-current analogy, is analogous to

(A) Momentum

(B) Velocity

(C) Displacement

(D) Mass

The capacitance, in force-current analogy, is analogous to

(A) Momentum

(B) Velocity

(C) Displacement

(D) Mass

Motor-generator set for D. C. arc welding has generator of -

(A) Series type

(B) Shunt type

(C) Differentially compound type

Motor-generator set for D. C. arc welding has generator of -

(A) Series type

(B) Shunt type

(C) Differentially compound type

Which of the following motors is preferred when quick speed reversal is the main consideration?

(A) Squirrel cage induction motor

(B) Wound rotor induction motor

(C) Synchronous motor

(D) D. C. motor

Which of the following motors is preferred when quick speed reversal is the main consideration?

(A) Squirrel cage induction motor

(B) Wound rotor induction motor

(C) Synchronous motor

(D) D. C. motor

In case of ball bearings, which part is made harder than others -

(A) Ball

(B) Outer race

(C) Inner race

(D) All are made equally hard

In case of ball bearings, which part is made harder than others -

(A) Ball

(B) Outer race

(C) Inner race

(D) All are made equally hard

Selectivity of the receiver can be increased by which of the following?

(A) By using more tuned circuit

(B) By decreasing number of tuned circuit

(C) By using loudspeaker

(D) By increasing gain of the receiver

Selectivity of the receiver can be increased by which of the following?

(A) By using more tuned circuit

(B) By decreasing number of tuned circuit

(C) By using loudspeaker

(D) By increasing gain of the receiver

In a compass,used to determine direction,what does the needle point towards?

(A) Longitudes

(B) Magnetic Poles

(C) Latitudes

In a compass,used to determine direction,what does the needle point towards?

(A) Longitudes

(B) Magnetic Poles

(C) Latitudes

Which was honoured with the Outstanding PSU of the Year award by All India Management Association (AIMA) ?(2011)

(A) GAIL

(B) Indian Oil

(C) HPCL

Who was the first woman to be appointed Chief Justice of a High Court in India?

(A) Noor Fatima Bibi

(B) Leila Seth

(C) Lata PAtel

Which was honoured with the Outstanding PSU of the Year award by All India Management Association (AIMA) ?(2011)

(A) GAIL

(B) Indian Oil

(C) HPCL

Who was the first woman to be appointed Chief Justice of a High Court in India?

(A) Noor Fatima Bibi

(B) Leila Seth

(C) Lata PAtel

Who founded the Bombay Talkies studio in 1934?

(A) V Shantaram

(B) Dadasaheb Phalke

(C) Himanshu Rai

Who founded the Bombay Talkies studio in 1934?

(A) V Shantaram

(B) Dadasaheb Phalke

(C) Himanshu Rai

On what date is International Labour Day observed?

(A) 2nd December

(B) 1st May

(C) 1st March

On what date is International Labour Day observed?

(A) 2nd December

(B) 1st May

(C) 1st March

Which state is known as 'God's own country'?

(A) Rajasthan

(B) Kerala

(C) Karnataka

Which state is known as 'God's own country'?

(A) Rajasthan

(B) Kerala

(C) Karnataka

The largest NANDI in India is found at?

(A) Chaumundeshwari Temple, Mysore

(B) Leepakshi Temple, Andhra Pradesh

(C) Brihadeshwara Temple, Thanjavur

The largest NANDI in India is found at?

(A) Chaumundeshwari Temple, Mysore

(B) Leepakshi Temple, Andhra Pradesh

(C) Brihadeshwara Temple, Thanjavur

Which animal would you house in a hutch?

(A) Fox

(B) Beaver

(C) Rabbit

Which animal would you house in a hutch?

(A) Fox

(B) Beaver

(C) Rabbit

What did Erno Rubik invent in 1975?

(A) Digital Camera

(B) Dice

(C) The Rubik cube

What did Erno Rubik invent in 1975?

(A) Digital Camera

(B) Dice

(C) The Rubik cube

Who headed the committee appointed on Kargil War ?

(A) Gen. V. P. Malik

(B) Gen. S. K. Sinha

(C) K. Subramanyam

Who headed the committee appointed on Kargil War ?

(A) Gen. V. P. Malik

(B) Gen. S. K. Sinha

(C) K. Subramanyam

The non executive director of TATA Motors is

(A) U. Muthuraman

(B) Somone Tata

(C) R.A. Mashelkar

“Pehle istemal Karen phir vishwas Karen” is the punchline associated with

(A) Floor cleaner

(B) Hair dye

(C) Detergent

The non executive director of TATA Motors is

(A) U. Muthuraman

(B) Somone Tata

(C) R.A. Mashelkar

“Pehle istemal Karen phir vishwas Karen” is the punchline associated with

(A) Floor cleaner

(B) Hair dye

(C) Detergent

Greek musician Yanni, who dedicated his new song 'Changes' to a Bollywood actress.Who is she ?

(A) Mallika Sherawat

(B) Aishwarya Rai

(C) Deepika Padukone

Greek musician Yanni, who dedicated his new song 'Changes' to a Bollywood actress.Who is she ?

(A) Mallika Sherawat

(B) Aishwarya Rai

(C) Deepika Padukone

When was slavery abolished in Britain?

(A) 1830

(B) 1837

(C) 1843

(D) 1833

When was slavery abolished in Britain?

(A) 1830

(B) 1837

(C) 1843

(D) 1833

Which are the important meeting of the Commonwealth?

(A) Biennial meeting of the Commonwealth Heads of Government (CHOGM)

(B) Annual meeting of the finance minister of the member countries

(C) Regular meeting of the minister of education, law, health and other minister

(D) All of the above

Which of the following chemicals is useful in photography?

(A) Aluminium hydroxide

(B) Potassium nitrate

(C) Silver bromide

(D) Sodium chloride

Which are the important meeting of the Commonwealth?

(A) Biennial meeting of the Commonwealth Heads of Government (CHOGM)

(B) Annual meeting of the finance minister of the member countries

(C) Regular meeting of the minister of education, law, health and other minister

(D) All of the above

Which of the following chemicals is useful in photography?

(A) Aluminium hydroxide

(B) Potassium nitrate

(C) Silver bromide

(D) Sodium chloride

Which of the following acts as a resistance against in the body?

(A) Carbohydrates

(B) Red corpuscles

(C) Vitamins

(D) White corpuscles

Which of the following acts as a resistance against in the body?

(A) Carbohydrates

(B) Red corpuscles

(C) Vitamins

(D) White corpuscles

Which of the following act as a channel of transmission of blood to the heart in the human body?

(A) Arteries

(B) Muscle fibres

(C) Nerves

(D) Veins

Which of the following act as a channel of transmission of blood to the heart in the human body?

(A) Arteries

(B) Muscle fibres

(C) Nerves

(D) Veins

Which of the following of the members of OPEC (Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries)?

(A) Algeria, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait

(B) Libya, United Arab Emirates, Nigeria

(C) Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Venezuela

(D) All of the above

Which of the following of the members of OPEC (Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries)?

(A) Algeria, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait

(B) Libya, United Arab Emirates, Nigeria

(C) Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Venezuela

(D) All of the above

Where did Yashpal Sharma play his last ODI match?

(A) Chandigarh

(B) Indore

(C) Delhi

(D) Hyderabad

Where did Yashpal Sharma play his last ODI match?

(A) Chandigarh

(B) Indore

(C) Delhi

(D) Hyderabad

While checked with a multimeter, an open resistor reads

(A) Zero

(B) Infinite

(C) High but within tolerance

(D) Low but not zero

While checked with a multimeter, an open resistor reads

(A) Zero

(B) Infinite

(C) High but within tolerance

(D) Low but not zero

The magnetosphere becomes unstable during the magnetic storms during a period of

(A) initial phase

(B) storm sudden commencement phase

(C) main phase

(D) None of the above

The magnetosphere becomes unstable during the magnetic storms during a period of

(A) initial phase

(B) storm sudden commencement phase

(C) main phase

(D) None of the above

The metamorphism which involves the chemical replacement of elements in rock minerals when gases and liquids permute into bedrock is called

(A) metasomatic metamorphism

(B) dynamic metamorphism

(C) thermal metamorphism

(D) contact metamorphism

The metamorphism which involves the chemical replacement of elements in rock minerals when gases and liquids permute into bedrock is called

(A) metasomatic metamorphism

(B) dynamic metamorphism

(C) thermal metamorphism

(D) contact metamorphism

The most important force that provide resistance to particles towards entertainment is

(A) frictional resistance

(B) particle cohesive bonds

(C) particle adhesive bonds

(D) momentum

The most important force that provide resistance to particles towards entertainment is

(A) frictional resistance

(B) particle cohesive bonds

(C) particle adhesive bonds

(D) momentum

The major crude oil markets are the

(A) Middle East regions

(B) far east regions

(C) both (a) and (b)

(D) None of the above

The minerals of sulphide group are

(A) Cinnabar

(B) Pyrite

(C) Galena

(D) All of the above

The major crude oil markets are the

(A) Middle East regions

(B) far east regions

(C) both (a) and (b)

(D) None of the above

The minerals of sulphide group are

(A) Cinnabar

(B) Pyrite

(C) Galena

(D) All of the above

The main vegetation of the steppe type climatic regions is

(A) evergreen forests

(B) evergreen deciduous forests

(C) large grasslands

(D) coniferous forests

The main vegetation of the steppe type climatic regions is

(A) evergreen forests

(B) evergreen deciduous forests

(C) large grasslands

(D) coniferous forests

The main producers of free gas are

(A) the south Bassein and Tapti fields in the western offshore

(B) the gas fields in Tripura and Andhra Pradesh (KG Basin)

(C) both (a) and (b)

(D) None of the above

The main producers of free gas are

(A) the south Bassein and Tapti fields in the western offshore

(B) the gas fields in Tripura and Andhra Pradesh (KG Basin)

(C) both (a) and (b)

(D) None of the above

'Eight Lives' is a book written by

(A) Raja Ramana

(B) Savita Ambedkar

(C) Mahesh Yogi

(D) Raj Mohan Gandhi

'Eight Lives' is a book written by

(A) Raja Ramana

(B) Savita Ambedkar

(C) Mahesh Yogi

(D) Raj Mohan Gandhi

A crater is a hole ___ the ground.

(A) below

(B) in

(C) off

A crater is a hole ___ the ground.

(A) below

(B) in

(C) off

Which Pacific entity is farthest north?

(A) Federated States of Micronesia

(B) Palau

(C) Northern Mariana Islands

(D) Guam

Which Pacific entity is farthest north?

(A) Federated States of Micronesia

(B) Palau

(C) Northern Mariana Islands

(D) Guam

In 1917-18 Iraq became independent from which Empire?

(A) Sumerians

(B) Ottoman

(C) Babylonian

(D) Assyrians

In 1917-18 Iraq became independent from which Empire?

(A) Sumerians

(B) Ottoman

(C) Babylonian

(D) Assyrians

Who is known as the “Father of the Green Revolution in India”?

(A) Norman Ernest Borlaug

(B) M. S. Swaminathan

(C) J. S. Thomson

(D) None of these

An insurance plan, ‘JiyoFit’, has been launched by …

(A) HDFC standard life

(B) Bharti AXA

(C) LIC

(D) Bajaj Allianz

Who is known as the “Father of the Green Revolution in India”?

(A) Norman Ernest Borlaug

(B) M. S. Swaminathan

(C) J. S. Thomson

(D) None of these

An insurance plan, ‘JiyoFit’, has been launched by …

(A) HDFC standard life

(B) Bharti AXA

(C) LIC

(D) Bajaj Allianz

Jnanpith Award is conferred to those in the field of

(A) Literature

(B) History

(C) Drama

(D) Dance

Jnanpith Award is conferred to those in the field of

(A) Literature

(B) History

(C) Drama

(D) Dance

What is the interval between two 'Maha Kumbh' melas at the same place?

(A) 6 years

(B) 10 years

(C) 12 years

(D) 15 years

What is the interval between two 'Maha Kumbh' melas at the same place?

(A) 6 years

(B) 10 years

(C) 12 years

(D) 15 years

By which districts tribe is the 'Shera Dance' done in Uttar Pradesh?

(A) Gorakhpur

(B) Lalitpur

(C) Allahabad

(D) Varanasi

The Ramon Magsaysay Award winner Shanta Sinha known as

(A) a campaigner for urban sanitation

(B) an organiser of rain-water harvesting schemes

(C) an activist for the welfare of poor rural women

(D) an anti-child labour activist

By which districts tribe is the 'Shera Dance' done in Uttar Pradesh?

(A) Gorakhpur

(B) Lalitpur

(C) Allahabad

(D) Varanasi

The Ramon Magsaysay Award winner Shanta Sinha known as

(A) a campaigner for urban sanitation

(B) an organiser of rain-water harvesting schemes

(C) an activist for the welfare of poor rural women

(D) an anti-child labour activist

On 20 July 1924, who founded the 'Bahishkrit Hitkarini Sabha' for the upliftment of the depressed classes ?

(A) Mahatma Gandhi

(B) B.R.Ambedkar

(C) Jyotirao Phule

(D) Gopal Hari Deshmukh

On 20 July 1924, who founded the 'Bahishkrit Hitkarini Sabha' for the upliftment of the depressed classes ?

(A) Mahatma Gandhi

(B) B.R.Ambedkar

(C) Jyotirao Phule

(D) Gopal Hari Deshmukh

The ELECTRIC BATTERY, who's charged with inventing this one?

(A) Hertz

(B) Amper

(C) Galvani

(D) Volta

The ELECTRIC BATTERY, who's charged with inventing this one?

(A) Hertz

(B) Amper

(C) Galvani

(D) Volta

Who invented fuel cells in 1839?

(A) Buckminster Fuller

(B) Sir William Grove

(C) Sylvester Graham

(D) Joyce Hall

Who invented fuel cells in 1839?

(A) Buckminster Fuller

(B) Sir William Grove

(C) Sylvester Graham

(D) Joyce Hall

What beverage was invented by Charles Alderton in 1885 in Waco, Texas?

(A) Cream soda

(B) Coca-Cola

(C) Dr. Pepper

(D) Sprite

What beverage was invented by Charles Alderton in 1885 in Waco, Texas?

(A) Cream soda

(B) Coca-Cola

(C) Dr. Pepper

(D) Sprite

Who invented the phonograph?

(A) Thomas Edison

(B) John Kruesi

(C) Jules Levy

(D) Alexander Graham Bell

Who invented the phonograph?

(A) Thomas Edison

(B) John Kruesi

(C) Jules Levy

(D) Alexander Graham Bell

What invention by Garnet Carter made its debut at the Fairyland Inn Resort in Lookout Mountain, Tennessee, in 1927?

(A) Miniature golf

(B) Swimming pool slide

(C) Ski lift

(D) Golf cart

What invention by Garnet Carter made its debut at the Fairyland Inn Resort in Lookout Mountain, Tennessee, in 1927?

(A) Miniature golf

(B) Swimming pool slide

(C) Ski lift

(D) Golf cart

Who invented Bakelite?

(A) Charles Goodyear

(B) Leo Hendrik Baekeland

(C) Roy Plunkett

(D) Henry Ford

Who invented Bakelite?

(A) Charles Goodyear

(B) Leo Hendrik Baekeland

(C) Roy Plunkett

(D) Henry Ford

Who can issue the writs for enforcement of the fundamental rights ?

(A) The District Judge

(B) The Human Rights Commission

(C) The High Court and the Supreme Court

Who can issue the writs for enforcement of the fundamental rights ?

(A) The District Judge

(B) The Human Rights Commission

(C) The High Court and the Supreme Court

What toy was invented by Joshua Lionel Cowen around 1900?

(A) Raggedy Ann doll

(B) Yo-yo

(C) Electric train

(D) Tinkertoys

What toy was invented by Joshua Lionel Cowen around 1900?

(A) Raggedy Ann doll

(B) Yo-yo

(C) Electric train

(D) Tinkertoys

The Planning Commission of India was constituted in the year

(A) 1942

(B) 1947

(C) 1950

(D) 1955

The Planning Commission of India was constituted in the year

(A) 1942

(B) 1947

(C) 1950

(D) 1955

This African-American woman physical therapist worked with soldiers disabled in World War II. She invented a device that helped the disabled to eat by delivering food through a tube to a mouthpiece.

(A) Bessie Blount

(B) Marjorie Joyner

This African-American woman physical therapist worked with soldiers disabled in World War II. She invented a device that helped the disabled to eat by delivering food through a tube to a mouthpiece.

(A) Bessie Blount

(B) Marjorie Joyner

Which Chinese city, also known as 'City of Goats', will host 16th Asian Games (XVI Asiad) in 2010 ?

(A) Beijing

(B) Guangzhou

(C) Shanghai

(D) Shenzhen

Which city is served by the Veer Savarkar Airport ?

(A) Nasik

(B) Nagpur

(C) Mumbai

(D) Port Blair

Which Chinese city, also known as 'City of Goats', will host 16th Asian Games (XVI Asiad) in 2010 ?

(A) Beijing

(B) Guangzhou

(C) Shanghai

(D) Shenzhen

Which city is served by the Veer Savarkar Airport ?

(A) Nasik

(B) Nagpur

(C) Mumbai

(D) Port Blair

What is the traditional design on a convict's uniform?

(A) Rabbits

(B) Arrows

(C) Squares

(D) Circles

What is the traditional design on a convict's uniform?

(A) Rabbits

(B) Arrows

(C) Squares

(D) Circles

Sadakat Ashram memorial in Patna is dedicated to which former President of India ?

(A) Zakir Hussain

(B) Rajendra Prasad

(C) Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed

(D) V.V.Giri

Sadakat Ashram memorial in Patna is dedicated to which former President of India ?

(A) Zakir Hussain

(B) Rajendra Prasad

(C) Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed

(D) V.V.Giri

Which Mughal emperor assumed the title of 'Alamgir' (Conqueror of the world) ?

(A) Akbar

(B) Jehangir

(C) Shahjahan

(D) Aurangzeb

Which Mughal emperor assumed the title of 'Alamgir' (Conqueror of the world) ?

(A) Akbar

(B) Jehangir

(C) Shahjahan

(D) Aurangzeb

Dirk Meyer is the chief executive officer of the ….

(A) Yahoo.com

(B) Google.com

(C) Intel

(D) Advanced Micro Devices

Dirk Meyer is the chief executive officer of the ….

(A) Yahoo.com

(B) Google.com

(C) Intel

(D) Advanced Micro Devices

A man elbowed his way out of the congregation _______ the lane.

(A) from

(B) into

(C) for

(D) with

A man elbowed his way out of the congregation _______ the lane.

(A) from

(B) into

(C) for

(D) with

How many telephone connections including mobile phones were in India at the end of September, 2008?

(A) 22.08 crores

(B) 31.53 crores

(C) 35.53 crores

(D) 37.54 crores

How many telephone connections including mobile phones were in India at the end of September, 2008?

(A) 22.08 crores

(B) 31.53 crores

(C) 35.53 crores

(D) 37.54 crores

Shanthi Swarup Bhatnagar Awards are given for the person who shown exemplary performance in the field of __________.

(A) Sports

(B) Movies

(C) Science & Technology

(D) Authors

Harmony is the name of which companies textiles?

(A) HCL

(B) Wipro

Shanthi Swarup Bhatnagar Awards are given for the person who shown exemplary performance in the field of __________.

(A) Sports

(B) Movies

(C) Science & Technology

(D) Authors

Harmony is the name of which companies textiles?

(A) HCL

(B) Wipro

The main watershed of most of the peninsular river lies in the

(A) Aravalli hills

(B) Western Ghats

The main watershed of most of the peninsular river lies in the

(A) Aravalli hills

(B) Western Ghats

The limit beyond which the starts suffer internal collapse is called the

(A) Raman Effect

(B) Chandrasekhar limit

(C) Aurora Borealis

(D) Quasan Zone

The limit beyond which the starts suffer internal collapse is called the

(A) Raman Effect

(B) Chandrasekhar limit

(C) Aurora Borealis

(D) Quasan Zone

Who is the only cricketer to claim over 500 wickets in both Tests and One Day Internationals ?

(A) Wasim Akram

(B) Shane Warne

(C) Muttiah Muralitharan

Who is the only cricketer to claim over 500 wickets in both Tests and One Day Internationals ?

(A) Wasim Akram

(B) Shane Warne

(C) Muttiah Muralitharan

Which poem of Alexander Pope was left unfinished?

(A) Brutus

(B) Cassius

(C) Crassus

(D) Julius

Which poem of Alexander Pope was left unfinished?

(A) Brutus

(B) Cassius

(C) Crassus

(D) Julius

Which conquerer was born in Macedonia (Europe), died in Babylon (Asia) and buried in Alexandria (Africa) ?

(A) Genghis Khan

(B) Attila the Hun

(C) Napolean Bonaparte

(D) Alexander the Great

Which conquerer was born in Macedonia (Europe), died in Babylon (Asia) and buried in Alexandria (Africa) ?

(A) Genghis Khan

(B) Attila the Hun

(C) Napolean Bonaparte

(D) Alexander the Great

In the match against Zimbabwe on 29 May 1999 in Cricket World Cup 1999 how many wickets did South Africa lose when they were 40?

(A) None

(B) One

(C) Seven

(D) Ten

In the match against Zimbabwe on 29 May 1999 in Cricket World Cup 1999 how many wickets did South Africa lose when they were 40?

(A) None

(B) One

(C) Seven

(D) Ten

The molecule which has the highest percentage of ionic character among the following is

(A) HI

(B) HF

(C) HCl

(D) HBr

The molecule which has the highest percentage of ionic character among the following is

(A) HI

(B) HF

(C) HCl

(D) HBr

The main chemical constituent of the oil of cardamom which is responsible for flavour of this oil is

(A) cineole

(B) engenol

(C) geraniol

(D) limonene

The main chemical constituent of the oil of cardamom which is responsible for flavour of this oil is

(A) cineole

(B) engenol

(C) geraniol

(D) limonene

Zone refining is used for the purification of

(A) Au

(B) Ge

(C) Ag

(D) Cu

Zone refining is used for the purification of

(A) Au

(B) Ge

(C) Ag

(D) Cu

The gas used for artificial ripening of green fruit is

(A) ethylene

(B) ethane

(C) carbon dioxide

(D) acetylene

The gas used for artificial ripening of green fruit is

(A) ethylene

(B) ethane

(C) carbon dioxide

(D) acetylene

The following are the half lives of four active isotopes. Which one of the following is the most dangerous to handle?

(A) 3 billion years

(B) 100 years

(C) 0.01 minute

(D) 13 days

The following are the half lives of four active isotopes. Which one of the following is the most dangerous to handle?

(A) 3 billion years

(B) 100 years

(C) 0.01 minute

(D) 13 days

Who with 20 wickets was the top bowler of the 1999 World Cup?

(A) Chris Harris

(B) Geoff Allot

(C) Shane Warne

(D) Both b and c

Who with 20 wickets was the top bowler of the 1999 World Cup?

(A) Chris Harris

(B) Geoff Allot

(C) Shane Warne

(D) Both b and c

Which of the following is not a chief organ of the United Nations organizations?

(A) General Assembly

(B) Security Council

(C) International Court of Justice

(D) International Labour Organisation

Which of the following is not a chief organ of the United Nations organizations?

(A) General Assembly

(B) Security Council

(C) International Court of Justice

(D) International Labour Organisation

Who was the first Indian to be the President of UN General Assembly?

(A) Ramesh Bhandari

(B) V.K. Krishna Menon

(C) Natwar Singh

(D) Mrs. Vijay Lakshmi Pandit

Who was the first Indian to be the President of UN General Assembly?

(A) Ramesh Bhandari

(B) V.K. Krishna Menon

(C) Natwar Singh

(D) Mrs. Vijay Lakshmi Pandit

Permanent Secretariat to coordinate the implementation of SAARC programme is located at

(A) Dhaka

(B) New Delhi

(C) Colombo

(D) Kathmandu

Which of the following countries, is not a member of G-15?

(A) Jamaica

(B) Indonesia

(C) Peru

(D) Columbia

Permanent Secretariat to coordinate the implementation of SAARC programme is located at

(A) Dhaka

(B) New Delhi

(C) Colombo

(D) Kathmandu

Which of the following countries, is not a member of G-15?

(A) Jamaica

(B) Indonesia

(C) Peru

(D) Columbia

The International Court of Justice is located at

(A) Geneva

(B) Hague

(C) Amsterdam

(D) Vienna

The International Court of Justice is located at

(A) Geneva

(B) Hague

(C) Amsterdam

(D) Vienna

The international township built near Pondicherry in India in collaboration with NESCO is

(A) Broadway

(B) Gayaville

(C) Auroville

(D) Elbaville

The international township built near Pondicherry in India in collaboration with NESCO is

(A) Broadway

(B) Gayaville

(C) Auroville

(D) Elbaville

What is the number of non -permanent members of the Security Council?

(A) 6

(B) 8

(C) 10

(D) 12

What is the number of non -permanent members of the Security Council?

(A) 6

(B) 8

(C) 10

(D) 12

Vietnam joined U.N.O in the year

(A) 1974

(B) 1976

(C) 1977

(D) 1970

Vietnam joined U.N.O in the year

(A) 1974

(B) 1976

(C) 1977

(D) 1970

ICOMOS -International Council for Monuments and Sites, a wing of UNESCO, included which monument as world heritage?

(A) Khajuraho of Madhya Pradesh

(B) Sanchi Stupa

(C) Brihadisvara temple of Tamil Nadu

(D) None of these

ICOMOS -International Council for Monuments and Sites, a wing of UNESCO, included which monument as world heritage?

(A) Khajuraho of Madhya Pradesh

(B) Sanchi Stupa

(C) Brihadisvara temple of Tamil Nadu

(D) None of these

United Nations adopted a Charter of Economic Rights in the year

(A) 1956

(B) 1964

(C) 1969

(D) 1974

Which of the following describes correctly the Group of seven countries (G-7)?

(A) They are countries who can launch their own satellites.

(B) They are developing countries.

(C) They are industrialized countries.

(D) They are holding Atomic Bomb technology.

United Nations adopted a Charter of Economic Rights in the year

(A) 1956

(B) 1964

(C) 1969

(D) 1974

Which of the following describes correctly the Group of seven countries (G-7)?

(A) They are countries who can launch their own satellites.

(B) They are developing countries.

(C) They are industrialized countries.

(D) They are holding Atomic Bomb technology.

Which of the following international organizations has started the scheme Partnership for ‘Peace’ for a group of nations?

(A) North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO)

(B) Organisation of African Unity (OAU)

(C) Organ of Petroleum Exporting Countries(OPEC)

(D) Economic and Social Commission for Asia and Pacific (ESCAP)

Which of the following international organizations has started the scheme Partnership for ‘Peace’ for a group of nations?

(A) North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO)

(B) Organisation of African Unity (OAU)

(C) Organ of Petroleum Exporting Countries(OPEC)

(D) Economic and Social Commission for Asia and Pacific (ESCAP)

Which of the following is used by the International Court of Justice in disputes concerning parian rights?

(A) Helsinki Agreement

(B) Paris Agreement

(C) Reykjavik Agreement

(D) Geneva Agreement

Which of the following is used by the International Court of Justice in disputes concerning parian rights?

(A) Helsinki Agreement

(B) Paris Agreement

(C) Reykjavik Agreement

(D) Geneva Agreement

How many countries are presently members of the Non Aligned Movement?

(A) 118

(B) 119

(C) 110

(D) 107

How many countries are presently members of the Non Aligned Movement?

(A) 118

(B) 119

(C) 110

(D) 107

The SAARC movement was launched for

(A) political alliances

(B) military strategy

(C) regional cooperation

(D) cultural exchanges

The SAARC movement was launched for

(A) political alliances

(B) military strategy

(C) regional cooperation

(D) cultural exchanges

Which org of the United Nations has ceased to be operational?

(A) Economic and Social Council

(B) Trusteeship Council

(C) International Court of Justice

(D) Secretariat

Which org of the United Nations has ceased to be operational?

(A) Economic and Social Council

(B) Trusteeship Council

(C) International Court of Justice

(D) Secretariat

The United Nations is considered as a universal organisation. Which organ of the United nations fully represents the fact ?

(A) The General Assembly

(B) The Security Council

(C) The Economic and Social Council

(D) The Secretariat

The United Nations is considered as a universal organisation. Which organ of the United nations fully represents the fact ?

(A) The General Assembly

(B) The Security Council

(C) The Economic and Social Council

(D) The Secretariat

Which one of the following statements about the state Governors is not true ?

(A) He is a part of the state legislature

(B) He can pardon a sentence of death

(C) He appoints judges of the state High Court

(D) He has no emergency powers

Which one of the following describes India a secular state ?

(A) Fundamental Rights

(B) Preamble to the constitution

(C) 9th Schedule

(D) Directive principles

Which one of the following statements about the state Governors is not true ?

(A) He is a part of the state legislature

(B) He can pardon a sentence of death

(C) He appoints judges of the state High Court

(D) He has no emergency powers

Which one of the following describes India a secular state ?

(A) Fundamental Rights

(B) Preamble to the constitution

(C) 9th Schedule

(D) Directive principles

In case the post of President of India falls vacant and there is also no Vice-President, than who among the following would be the acting President ?

(A) Vice-Chairman of Rajya Sabha

(B) Attorney General of India

(C) Lok Sabha Speaker

(D) Chief Justice of Supreme Court

In case the post of President of India falls vacant and there is also no Vice-President, than who among the following would be the acting President ?

(A) Vice-Chairman of Rajya Sabha

(B) Attorney General of India

(C) Lok Sabha Speaker

(D) Chief Justice of Supreme Court

Grantham Prize is constituted to felicitate the journalists working in the area of

(A) Physics

(B) Information Technology

(C) Environment

(D) Medicine

Which of the following countries is not a member of a SAARC

(A) Sri Lanka

(B) Myanmar

(C) Maldives

(D) Bhutan

Grantham Prize is constituted to felicitate the journalists working in the area of

(A) Physics

(B) Information Technology

(C) Environment

(D) Medicine

Which of the following countries is not a member of a SAARC

(A) Sri Lanka

(B) Myanmar

(C) Maldives

(D) Bhutan

Who among the following can participate in the proceedings of the both Houses of the Parliament?

(A) Chief Justice of Supreme Court

(B) Vice-President

(C) Solicitor-General

(D) Attorney-General

Who among the following can participate in the proceedings of the both Houses of the Parliament?

(A) Chief Justice of Supreme Court

(B) Vice-President

(C) Solicitor-General

(D) Attorney-General

Which of the following diseases is caused by the consumption of nitrate contaminated food and water?

(A) Minamata disease

(B) Osteoporosis

(C) Asbestosis

(D) Blue baby syndrome

Which of the following diseases is caused by the consumption of nitrate contaminated food and water?

(A) Minamata disease

(B) Osteoporosis

(C) Asbestosis

(D) Blue baby syndrome

Ten Rupee notes contain the signature of

(A) Finance Secretary, GOI

(B) Chairman, State Bank of India

(C) Governor, Reserve Bank of India

(D) Finance Minister, GOI

Ten Rupee notes contain the signature of

(A) Finance Secretary, GOI

(B) Chairman, State Bank of India

(C) Governor, Reserve Bank of India

(D) Finance Minister, GOI

Which is not fodder variety of Cowpea?

(A) Russian Giant

(B) K-585

(C) Sirsa-10

(D) Azad-1

Which is not fodder variety of Cowpea?

(A) Russian Giant

(B) K-585

(C) Sirsa-10

(D) Azad-1

 

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