Sunday, May 4, 2014

1) In which discipline United States holds maximum number of Nobel Prize awards?
(A) Science  (B) Physics
 (C) Chemistry  (D) Medicine-Physiology
Ans. (D) Medicine-Physiology

2) September 28 is observed as
(A) World Vegetarian day     (B) United Nationas Day
(C) World Rabies Day           (D) World Television Day
Ans. (C) World Rabies Day

3) Who said these words:
When I wash a leper's wounds, I feel I am nursing the Lord himself. Touch a leaper, touch him with love
(A) Mother Teresa   (B) Mother George
(C) Yulkania             (D) Sister Herkey
Ans. (A) Mother Teresa

4) Junk e-mail is also called
(A) Spoof              (B) Spool
(C) Sniffer Script  (D) Spam
Ans. (D) Spam

5) Which one of the following cups/trophies is associated with football?
(A) Davis Cup                  (B) Champions Trophy
(C) Deodhar Trophy         (D) Santhosh Trophy
Ans. (D) Santhosh Trophy

6) With whose permission did the English set up their first factory at Surat?
(A) Akbar                (B) Jahangir
(C) Shajahan          (D) Auragzeb
Ans. (B) Jahangir

7) Which one of the following is the longest National Highway in India?
(A) NH 2   (B) NH 7   (C) NH 8  (D) NH 31
Ans. (B) NH 7

8) Blue colour of the sky is consequence of
(A) reflection           (B) refraction
(C) scattering          (D) dispersion
Ans. (C) scattering

9) Which is the best-known bird sanctuary in Haryana?
(A) Sultanpur         (B) Bharatpur
(C) Rajaji                (D) Sariska
Ans. (A) Sultanpur

10) Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has declared decade 2010-2020 as
(A) Decade of Innovation     (B) Decade of Science
(C) Decade of Poetry           (D) Decade of Children
Ans. (A) Decade of Innovation

22) Which state gives Nandi Award?
(A) Kerala          (B) Tamil Nadu
(C) Karnataka    D) Andhra Pradesh
Ans. (D) Andhra Pradesh

23) Who is the author of the book "The Rights of Man"?
(A) Thomas Hardy   (B) Thomas Mann
(C) Thomas Moore   (D) Thomas Paine
Ans. (D) Thomas Paine

24) Which one of the following was the first English newspaper in India in the 1780?
(A) The Calcutte Gazette    (B) The Bengal Gazette
(C) The Bengal Journal      (D) THe Bombay Herald
Ans. (B) The Bengal Gazette

25) Rain water collected after 30 to 40 minutes of raining is not suitable fordrinking because it
(A) Contains bacteria and dirt  B) is acidic
(C) Contains dissolved toxic chemicals
(D) is deficient in minerals       Ans. (D) is acidic

1) How many teams are participating in IPL 2014?
(A) 7       (B) 8        (C) 9     (D) 11  Ans. (B) 8

2) Who is the deputy speaker of Lok Sabha at present?
(A) P J Kurien                (B) Meira Kumar
(C) Kariya Munda          (D) None of these
Ans. (C) Kariya Munda

3) Who is presently the chairman of the finance commission?
(A) Dr Vijay L Kelkar         (B) C Rangarajan
(C) Y Venugopal Reddy    (D) None of these
Ans. (C) Y Venugopal Reddy

4) The Vidhan Sabha of Haryana is ___ and comprises ____ members of legsilative Assembly.
(A) Unicameral, 90      (B) Bicameral, 90
(C) Unicameral, 54      (D) Bicameral, 54
Ans. (A) Unicameral, 90

5) Open market operations mean:
(A) Borrowing by scheduled banks from the Central Bank
(B) Purchase and sale of securities by the Central Bank
(C) Lending by commercial Banks to Industry and Trade
(D) Deposit mobilisation
Ans. (B) Purchase and sale of securities by the Central Bank
6) How many players are there in each side of a Basketball game:
(A) 5      (B) 7       (C) 6      (D) 8   Ans. (A) 5

7) The Chipko Andolan is asscociated with:
(A) Tigers          (B) Trees
(C) Fevicol        (D) Cleaning of Ganga     Ans. (B) Trees
11) What is a function of a keyboard in a computer?
(A) Print       (B) Input  
(C) Type        (D) input and out put
Ans. (B) Input

12) Which Indian film was nominated for an Oscar?
(A) Jurrasic Park   (B) Alam Ara
(C) Elizabeth          (D) Lagaan
Ans. (D) Lagaan

13) NavyDay is observed on
(A) Dec 4      (B) Oct 28    (C) Nov 7      (D) Nov 14
Ans. (A) Dec 4

14) Who is the author of the book "Naked Triangle"?
(A) R K Narayan       (B) Khuswabt Singh
(C) Balwant Gargi    (D) Amrit Pritam
Ans. (C) Balwant Gargi

15) Which one of the following connects the different parts of a computerwhich is usually made up of wires?
(A) URLs    (B) Modem    (C) Buses    (D) CPUs
Ans. (C) Buses
16) With which game does Santhosh Trophy associated?
(A) Tennis      (B) Cricket   (C) National Football   (D) Golf
Ans. (C) National Football

17) The introduction of token currency by Mohammed-bin-Tughlaq did not succeed because
(A) the scarcity of silver for minting the silver Taka was over
(B) Merchants refused to accept the token currency
(C) Extensive counterfeiting of token currency
(D) foreign trade suffered badly
Ans. (C) Extensive counterfeiting of token currency

18) Which one of the following is the first National Park established in India?
(A) Bandipur      (B) Corbett    (C) Velavadar    (D) Peri
Ans. (B) Corbett

19) One light year is approximately equal to:
(A) 10^11 km     (B) 10^15 km
(C) 10^56 Km     (D) 10^16 Km
Ans. (A) 10^11 km

20) Fatehpur Sikri was once the capital of the Mughal Empire. This city was built by
(A) Akbar             (B) Shah Jahan
(C) Aurangazeb   (D) Jahangir
Ans. (A) Akbar

21) Which of the following term is used in game of Cricket?
(A) Love     (B) Scoop    (C) LBW     (D) Tee
Ans. (C) LBW

8) Which of the following does not affect credit creation power of Commericial Bank.
(A) Cash Reserve Ration      (B) Statutory liquidity ratio
(C) Capital adequancy Ratio   (D) Cash Deposit Ratio
Ans. (B) Statutory liquidity ratio

9) What is the motto of international cricket council?
(A) Inspire a Generation    (B) Live with passion
(C) Great Sport Great Spirit  (D) Great Game Great Name
Ans. (C) Great Sport Great Spirit

10) O2, CO2 and N2 being the life supporting gases are chiefly concentrated in:
(A) Startosphere       (B) Exosphere
(C) Troposphere       (D) None of these      Ans. (C)

1) Which of the following award is associated with Agriculture?
(A) Bourlog Award      (B) Shati Swaroop Bhatnagar
(C) Arjun Award          (D) Vyas Samman
Ans. (A) Bourlog Award

2) February 14 is observed as-
(A) World Vegetarian Day        B) Valentines Day
(C) United Nations Day for South South Cooperation
(D) United Nations Day, recognized by the UN
Ans. (B) Valentines Day

3) The book 'Discover of India' is written by:
(A) Mahatma Gandhi               (B) Sastri
(C) Subhash Chandra Bose    (D) Jawaharlal Nehru
Ans. (D)) Jawaharlal Nehru

4) A person who uses his/her experience to gain access to other people's computer to get information illegally or do damage is called as
(A) Spammer         (B) Programmer
(C) Hacker            (D) Instant Messenger    Ans. (C) Hacker
5) How many players are there in a water polo team?
(A) 4     (B) 5     (C) 6   (D) 7     Ans. (D) 7

6) At the time when Nadir Shah attacked Delhi, the Mughal Emperor was
(A) Ahmad Shah         (B) Bahadur Shah
(C) Muhammad Shah  (D) Shah Alam II
Ans. (C) Muhammad Shah

7) Arrange the following states in the increasing order of Population
1. Andhra Pradesh    2. West Bengal    3. Bihar   4. UP
(A) 1,2,3,4        (B) 1,2,4,3
(C) 2,1,3,4         (D) 2,1,4,3       Ans. (A) 1,2,3,4

8) In which year was the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) founded?
(A) 1967      (B) 1969     (C) 1970     (D) 1974   Ans. (B)

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