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February 11, 2017

GENERAL KNOWLEDGE OBJECTIVE QUESTION USEFUL FOR VARIOUS EXAMINATION - TEST 10

GENERAL KNOWLEDGE OBJECTIVE QUESTION USEFUL FOR VARIOUS EXAMINATION - TEST 10



1.   Which is called power house of the cell
a.   golgi complex
b.   mitochondria
c.   nucleus
d.   endoplasmic reticulum
2.   The structure that is absent in animal cell
a.   cell wall
b.   nulcleus
c.   centriole
d.   mitochondria
3.   The non-protein part of enzyme is called
a.   co-enzyme
b.   activator
c.   cofactor
d.   substrate
4.   Nucleic acid were first isolated by
a.   Erwin Chargaff
b.   Friedrich Miescher
c.   Rosalind Franklin
d.   none of these
5.   One of the following is not pyrimidine
a.   thymine
b.   cytosine
c.   guanine
d.   uracil
6.   Fructose is
a.   milk sugar
b.   cereal sugar
c.   aldo sugar
d.   keto sugar
7.   Group of tissues doing a particular job
a.   organ
b.   system
c.   organelle
d.   individual
8.   Members of the same species living in the same place at the same time make
a.   population
b.   ecosystem
c.   community


d.      trophic level
9.   Which one is a leukocyte
a.   red blood cell
b.   plasma cell
c.   monocyte
d.   all of these
10.  Which one of the following contain deoxygenated blood
a.   pulmonary artery
b.   hepatic artery
c.   left atrium
d.   none of these
11.  In most plants the food is transported in form of
a.   fructose
b.   sucrose
c.   starch
d.   glucose
12.  How many molecules of carbon dioxide are formed in one Kreb's cycle
a.   2
b.   4
c.   6
d.   1
13.  Which enzyme digest carbohydrates
a.   lipase
b.   proteases
c.   amylases
d.   none of these
14.  The pancreas produce digestive enzymes and release in the
a.   stomach
b.   esophagus
c.   large intestine
d.   small intestine
15.  Detail study of internal organs at level of tissue with the help of microscope is called
a.   histology
b.   anatomy
c.   physiology
d.   embryology
16.  The exchange of chromosal segments i.e.crossing over occurs during
a.   first meiotic division
b.   mitotic division


c.   second meiotic division
d.   none of these
17.  Many bacteria in our digestive system synthesize vitamins for example vitamin
a.   B1
b.   B2
c.   B12
d.   B6
18.  It is very serious disease of brain which is caused by fungi
a.   ring worm
b.   meningitis
c.   hepatitis
d.   none of these
19.  They are widespread as protective coatings on fruits and leaves
a.   cholesterol
b.   waxes
c.   chitin
d.   all of these
20. They are present in the underground parts of the plants and stored food

a.
leucoplast

b.
chromoplast

c.
chloroplast

d.
stem

21. 0! = ?


a.
0

b.
1

c.
10

d.
undefined

22. n&~
l)x....x3x2xL =
. 7
a.
n!

b.
nCr

c.
"Pr

d.
n

23. 7! = ?


a.
70

b.
120

c.
720

d.
5040

24. 5x4!:
= ?

a.
90



b.   105
c.   120
d.   135
25.Din-i-Ilahi was accepted only by one renowned courtier named(A) Mansingh (B) Todarmal (C) Birbal (D) Bhagwan Das
26. The revenue system of Akbar was different from the Sher Shah because
(A)  The taxes were realised in cash
(B)  The taxes were realised harshly
(C)      The taxes were realised on the average of ten years production
(D)  The taxes were minimum
27. The main characteristic of Mansabdari system was that
(A)  It was the base of civil and military ad ministration
(B)  It was a system to give honour to reputed people
(C)      It was the system for making the military personnels
(D)  This system was similar to the Europeans system of Barons

28.   The commencement of Renaissance in Europe was mainly spread by(A) Geographical exploration (B) Disappearance of medieval tradition (C) Capturing of Constentinople by Turks (D) Developing of town life
29.   "The earth rounds the Sun not the Sun rounds the Earth." This conclusion was made by(A) Copernicus (B) Erasmus

 (C) Zeonarcic (D) Shakespeare
30. The founder of Brahm Samaj was
(A) Swami Vivekanand (B) Raja Ram Mohan Ray
(C) Ram Krishan Param Hans (D) Rabindra Nath Tagore
31. The Shanti Niketan was founded by
(A) Rabindra Nath Tagore (B) Jawahar Lal Nehru (C) Dr. Rajendra Prasad (D) Dr. Zakir Hussain
32. Swami Dayanand Saraswati founded New Institution which proved good not only for the religion but
for the social life of India. It was called
(A) Braham Samaj (B) Arya Samaj
(C) Bharat Sewa Dal (D) Ram Rajya Parishad
33. The Civil Disobedience Movement was started with the action that
(A)  The people offered themselves to be sent to Jail
(B)  The Government was compelled to call Round Table Conference
(C)      The meeting was held against the Government
(D)  Gandhiji acted against Salt Act
34. The Forward Block was formed by
(A) Subhash Chandra Bose (B) C.R. Dass
(C) Bal Ganga Dhar Tilak (D) Gopal Krishan Gokhale


35. The most important contribution of ancient Rome to the world was
(A) Roads (B) Law and government
(C) Literature (D) A well organised system of slavery
36. The most important reason why Ashoka is well known in history is that
(A) He issued many edicts (B) He spread Buddhism in distant countries
(C) He introduced several reforms for the welfare of his subjects (D) He renounced war as a State policy
37. The Gupta period is important in ancient Indian history because
(A) It witnessed a renaissance of Hinduism (B) It produced the famous poet Kalidasa (C) It developed contacts with the outside world (D) It promoted the growth of art
38. The birth place of Gautama Buddha was
(A) Kapilavastu (B) Vaisali
(C) Bodh Gaya (D) Lumbini
39. In a feudal society that especially prevailed in Western Europe, the source of power was
(A) The land (B) The fort
(C) The army (D) The money
40. The most important feature of the Act of 1935 was the introduction of
(A) Dyarchy (B) Adult Franchise
(C) Provincial autonomy (D) Separate electorate
41. The post of the Secretary of State was created by the Act of
(A) 1861 (B) 1892
(C) 1858 (D) 1876
42. The first great experiment in Satyagrah was launched by Mahatma Gandhi at
(A) Bardoli (B) Dandi
(C) Champaran (D) Ahmedabad


43.   The first proper system of writing was evolved by(A) The Egyptians (B) The Harappans (C) The Chinese (D) The Sumerians
44.   What was the name of writer of Bande Mataram? (A) Rabindranath Tagore (B) Bankimchandra Chatterjee (C) sharat chandra chattopadhyay (D) None of the above 
 45.The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) was established in

a)  1992
b)  1947
c)   1990
d)  1976
46. Which Five-year Plan is being implemented at present?
a)  twelth
b)  Eighth
c)   Ninth
d)  Tenth
47. Which of the following is not a direct tax?
a)  Sales tax
b)  Income tax
c)   Wealth tax
d)  Estate duty
48. Who is the ex-officio chairman of Planning Commission?
a)  Prime Minister
b)  President


c)   Chief Justice of Supreme Court
d)  Speaker of Lok Sabha
49. The Indian economy is
a)  Capitalist
b)  Socialistic
c)   Mixed
d)  Federal
50. Which certification indicates a guarantee of quality for agricultural food products like ghee, honey,
etc.?
a)  ISI
b)  Agmark
c)   BIS
d)  All of above
51. Who was the first chairman of the Planning Commission?
a)  Dr. S. Radhakrishnan
b)  Jawaharlal Nehru
c)   Dr. Rajendra Prasad
d)  Dr. M. Vishveshwaraya
52. In India farm credit is regulated by
a)  SBI
b)  RBI
c)   NABARD
d)  Union Government


53. When was the Tata Iron & Steel Company set up at Jamshedpur?
a)  1907
b)  1911
c)   1914
d)  1921
54.which of the following is constituted under current account ? a.loan for industries expansion b. grants for the underdeveloped state c.visble trade d.none of the above
55. When was the General Insurance Corporation of India formed?
a)  1982
b)  1972
c)   1956
d)  1935
56. Which Five-Year Plan had adopted Removal of Poverty as its foremost objective?
a)  Second
b)  Third
c)   Fourth
d)  Sixth
57. During the financial year 2007- 08 India recorded a GDP growth of
a)  8%
b)  8.5%


c)   9.1%
d)  9.7%
58. The economic liberalization was introduced in
a)  1991
b)  1990
c)   1985
d)  1988
59. Which industry provides the largest employment in India?
a)  Chemicals
b)  Textiles
c)   Iron and steel
d)  Jute
60. The highest denomination banknote being in circulation in India is
a)  500 rupee note
b)  1000 rupee note
c)   5000 rupee note
d)  2000 rupee note
61. When was the Decimal currency system introduced in India?
a)  January 1955
b)  April 1955
c)   April 1951

 d) April 1957
62). The Indian rupee is a legal tender in two other countries. One is Nepal. The other is
a)  Pakistan
b)  Sri Lanka
c)   Bhutan
d)  Afghanistan
63. Keralas shores are famous for the deposits of
a)  Copper
b)  Coal
c)   Thorium
d)  Iron ore
64. Which of the following taxes is the largest source of revenue for the Government of India?
a)  Excise
b)  Customs
c)   Income tax
d)  Corporation tax
65. The National Stock Exchange (NSE) is located at
a)  Mumbai
b)  New Delhi
c)   Madras

 d) Calcutta
66.The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) was established in
a)  1992
b)  1947
c)   1990
d)  1988
67. Which of the following is not a direct tax?
a)  Sales tax
b)  Income tax
c)   Wealth tax d)corporation tax
68. Which of the following is the Central bank of India?
a)  State Bank of India
b)  Reserve bank of India
c)   Imperial Bank of India
d)  Punjab National bank
69. The Reserve Bank of India came into existence on
a)  April 1, 1936
b)  January 26, 1894
c)   August 15, 1947

 d) April 1, 1947
70. Which of the following was the first Indian bank?
a)  Bank of Baroda
b)  Bank of Hindustan
c)   Punjab National Bank
d)  State Bank of India
71. In which of the following years was power development initiated in India?
a)  1900
b)  1905
c)   1911
d)  1915
72. How many banks were nationalized in 1969?
a)  10
b)  12
c)   13
d)  14
73. Who was the Prime Minister of India when nationalization of banks took place in 1969?
a)  Indira Gandhi
b)  Jawaharlal Nehru
c)   Lal Bahadur Shastri
d)  Morarji Desai


74. At which of the following places was the first hydroelectric power station commissioned?
a)  Chambal
b)  Damodar
c)   Mandi
d)  Shivasamudram
75. Garland canal project envisages the conservation of water resources in the country through the
construction of
a)  dams
b)  canals
c)   embankments
d)  none of these
76. The largest percentage of bonded labour in India belongs to
a)  scheduled castes
b)  scheduled tribes
c)   other backward classes
d)  none of these
77. In which of the following year was the mining of coal started in India
a)  1775
b)  1774
c)   1800
d)  1805


78. Which of the following is Indias biggest dam?
a)  Bhakra Nangal
b)  Hirakud
c)   Farakka
d)  Pong Dam
79. On which river is the Pong Dam hydro electric power project built?
a)  Ganga
b)  Ravi
c)   Beas
d)  Hughly
80. In India which crop is sown on the largest area?
a)  Jowar
b)  wheat
c)   tobacco
d)  rice
81. Bakra Nangal is a joint project of Haryana, Punjab and Rajasthan. On which river is this built?
a)  Yamuna
b)  Sindhu
c)   Sutlej
d)  Ravi
82. On which river is the Hirakud dam built?


a)  Godavari
b)  Kaveri
c)   Mahanadi
d)  Narmada
83. On which river is the Tehri dam built?
a)  Alakananda
b)  Bhagirathi
c)   Ganga
d)  Hooghly
84. Which Indian state leads in the production of rubber?
a)  Tamil Nadu
b)  Kerala
c)   Karnataka
d)  Gujarat
85. Which Indian state tops in the production of gypsum?
a)  Gujarat
b)  Rajasthan
c)   Kerala
d)  Karnataka
86. Into how many PIN code zones is India divided?
a) eight


b)  seven
c)   six
d)  nine
87. Which state has the highest percentage of people living below the poverty line?
a)  Uttar Pradesh
b)  Orissa
c)   Bihar
d)  Madhya Pradesh
88. Which of the following is the most populous city in India?
a)  Mumbai
b)  Delhi
c)   Kolkatta
d)  Chennai
89. Which Indian state has the lowest percentage of people living below the poverty line?
a)  Punjab
b)  Gujarat
c)   Karnataka
d)  Maharashtra
90. Which Indian state has the highest per capita income?
a)  Haryana
b)  Punjab


c)   Uttar Pradesh
d)  Karnataka
91. Which Indian state stands first in the production of coffee?
a)  Kerala
b)  Karnataka
c)   Assam
d) Gujarat 92.First woman judge to be appointed to Supreme Court was:

(A)  Rani Jethmalani
(B)  Anna George Malhotra
(C)      M. Fathima Beevi
(D)  Leila Seth
93. Which of the following political parties was first de-recognized and later on again recognized as a
National Party by Election Commission of India ?
(A)  Communist Party of India
(B)  Communist Party of India-Marxist
(C)      Samajwadi Party
(D)  Republican Party of India
94. Which one of the following pairs is not correctly matched:
STATE or UT  
—–    Seat of High Court
A.. Uttarakhand  
Nainital
B. Daman and Diu
Ahmedabad


C. Arunachal Pradesh Guwahati
D. Chhattisgarh Bilaspur
95. Right to property according to Constitution of India is a
A. Fundamental Rights
B. Directive Principle
C. Legal Right
D. Social Right
96. Which of the following amendments in the Constitution of India are related with the institution of
Panchayat Raj?
1. 106th
2.     100th
3.     73rd
4. 74th
A. Only 1
B. Only 2
C. Both 1 & 2
D. Both 3 & 4
97. The first Five-Year Plan in India was launched in the year?
A. 1951
B. 1947
C. 1948
D. 1949


98. Who is the Chief Law Officer of India ?
A. Secretary, Law Department
B. Attorney General
C. Advocate General
D. Solicitor General
99. Who prepared the first draft Constitution of India ?
(A)  Jawahar Lal Nehru
(B)  Gandhiji
(C)      Advisory Branch of the Constituent Assembly
(D)  Sardar Ballabh Bhai Patel
100. Who was the Chairman of the Draft Committee of the Constituent Assembly ?
(A)  Dr. B. R. Ambedkar
(B)  K. M. Munshi
(C)      Jagjivan Ram
(D)  None of the above
101. When did Constituent Assembly adopt a national Flag ?
(A)  22nd Aug. 1947
(B)  22nd July 1947
(C)      22nd Jan. 1947
(D)  22nd Oct. 1947
102. Who was the last British Governor General who addressed the Constituent Assembly ?


(A)  Lord Attlee
(B)  Lord Mount Batten
(C)      Lord Bentick
(D)  None of the above
103. When was the Constitution of India adopted by the Constituent Assembly ?
(A)  25th Nov. 1949
(B)  29th Nov. 1949
(C)      26th Nov. 1949
(D)  27th Nov. 1949
104. In the Parliament of India Upper House in known as ?
(A)  Lok Sabha
(B)  Rajya Sabha
(C)      Council of States
(D)  None of the above
105. In the National Flag, what does saffron colour represent ?
(A)  Spirit of Renunciation
(B)  Spirit of colours
(C)      Spirit of Human nature
(D)  None of the above
106. In the National Flag, which colour is used in the wheel ?
(A) Blue


(B)  Navy Blue
(C)      Red Green
(D)  Green-White
107.Chief Election Commissioner of India holds office for a period of ?
A. six years
B. during the pleasure of the President
C. For six years or till the age of 65 years, whichever is earlier
D. for five years or till the age of 60 years, whichever is earlier
108. The judge of the Supreme Court of India now retire at the age of
A. 62 years
B. 60 years
C. 65 years
D. 58 years
109. Which of the following bills cannot be introduced first in the Rajya Sabha?
A. Bill bringing a State under the Presidents rule
B. Money Bill
C. Bill pertaining to the removal of the President by impeachment
D. Bill proclaiming all the State of emergency arising out of war or external aggression.
110. The speaker of the Lok Sabha:
A. Has no right to vote
B. Votes like any other member of the Lok Sabha


C. Has two votes-one in ordinary course and another in case of tie
D. Votes only in case of tie
111. First state in India which was created on linguistic basis ?
A. Gujarat
B. Kerala
C. Haryana
D. Andhra Pradesh
112. During which Five Year Plan was Green Revolution initiated in India?
A. 5th
B. 6th
C. 4th
D. 3rd
113. NITI AYOG   is a
A. Political body
B. Non-political body
C. Quasi-political body
D. Statutory body
114. National Development council was constituted on
A. August 16, 1950
B. April 1,1951
C. August 6, 1952

 D. august 16, 1952
115. Which law officer shall have the right to speak in both the Houses of Parliament ?
(A)  Solicitor General
(B)  Advocate General
(C)      Attorney General
(D)  Legal Advisor
116. Which Article of the Constitution of India mentioned the posts of the Chairman and Deputy
Chairman of Rajya Sabha ?
(A)  90
(B)  89
(C)      93
(D)  94
117. In which session of Parliament, Railway and General Budgets are presented ?
(A)  Monsoon session
(B)  First session
(C)      Winter session
(D)  None of the above
118. Where wards Committees are found ?
(A)  Gram Sabha
(B)  Gram Panchayat
(C)      Municipalities
(D)  None of the above


119. Who has the Authority to approve President Rule in the state ?
(A)  Parliament
(B)  Lok Sabha
(C)      State Legislature
(D)  Council of State
120. Constitutionally, who has the power to make a law on the subject mentionable in the Union List
(A)  Lok Sabha
(B)  Parliament
(C)      Rajya Sabha
(D)  Legislative Council

121.   The greatest philosopher and preacher of Saiva sect was(A) Jnaneshwar (B) Shankaracharya (C) Ramanuj (D) Vallabhacharya
122.   The grand temples of Khajuraho were built by the rulers of(A) Solanki dynasty of Gujarat (B) Parmar dynasty of Malwa (C) Chandelas of Bundelkhand (D) Chauhan of Ajmer
123.   The main cause of Timurs' invasion of India was(A) His excessive zeal for Islam (B) Victory and plunder (C) Extension of empire (D) Liberal religious policy of the Sultan of Delhi


124. The Pope called upon the Christians to fight Crusades against Turks because he
(A)  Wanted to extend his influence in Europe
(B)  Wanted to check the expansion of Turkish Empire
(C)      Wanted top liberate Jerusalem, a sacred place of Christians from the occupation of Turks
(D)  Wanted to forge unity among the divided Christian rulers
125. Under whose leadership the Jats revolted against Aurangzeb ?
(A) Raja Ram (B) Gokul
(C) Churaman (D) Surajmal
126.   The First President of America was(A) George Washington (B) Abraham Lincoln (C) Wilson (D) Roosevelt
127.   The French revolution was more important than that of America and England because(A) It came out from the middle classes (B) It ended the monarchism
(C) It affected all countries of Europe (D) It established Socialism in Europe
128. The name of the thinker who propounded the idea of separation of powers was
(A) Diderot (B) Montesque
(C) Voltaire (D) Rousseau
129. The person who was held responsible for the reign of terror during French revolution named
(A) Robeespierre (B) Danton
(C) Voltaire (D) Mirabeau


130. The Industrial Revolution started from England because
(A)  England was a rich country
(B)  The people of England were inventive mind
(C)      The Rulers encourage industries
(D)  England was geographically well suited as raw material like coal and iron was available in abundance

131.   The fundamental principles of Indian foreign policy is based on(A) Non-allianment (B) Imperialism (C) Military Treaty (D) Political Alliances
132.   The Azad Hind Fauz was organised by(A) Bhagat Singh (B) Subhash Chandra Bose (C) Maharaj Mahendra Pratap (D) C.R. Dass
133.   The United Nation Organisation differs from the League of Nations in the way that

(A)  The United Nations is an International body and the League of Nations was limited Europe
(B)  The United Nations works with the cooperation of all country members while the League of Nations was under the control of the few
(C)      The United Nations is not a part of an international treaty whereas League of Nations was
(D)  The range of the United Nations is wider than that of the League of Nations
134. Which of the following is the most powerful in U.N.O. ?
(A) General Assembly (B) Security Council
(C) Secretriat (D) International Court


135. 26th Jan., 1950 is important in History of India because
(A)  India got independence
(B)  Mahatma Gandhi died
(C)      New constitution of Free India was introduced and India became a Sovereign Republic
(D)  The Indian States were merged
136. Who was the ruler of Delhi when Ibn Battutah visited India?
(A) Ibrahim Lodhi (B) Muhammad Ghori
(C) Muhammad bin Tughlaq (D) Sultan Raziya
137. 1857 is famous in Indian history as
(A)  The first Indian War of Independence
(B)  A year of unusual prosperity
(C)      The starting point of industrialisation in the country
(D)  The culminating point of the Bengal renaissance
138. Which one of the following Acts brought about the abolition of the rule of East India Company?
(A) Act of 1793 (B) Act of 1813
(C) Act of 1833 (D) Act of 1858
139. The demand for a separate State of Pakistan was made on the basis of 'two nation' theory at the
Lahore Session of All Indian Muslim League held in
(A) 1907 (C) 1937
(B) 1928 (D) 1940


140. Which one of the following Sikh Gurus organised the Sikhs as soldiers to fight against the Mughal Army?
(A) Guru Nanak (B) Guru Arjun Dev
(C) Guru Angada (D) Guru Govind Singh
141.who have written the book the mystery of utmost happiness.. a. R .k lakshman b.arundhati roy
c. J L Nehru
d.ruskin bond
142.when international yog divas is celebrated ?
1.22 june
2.21 june
3.7th march
4.6th February
143.who has been awarded the best person   of social justice (VEERMANI SAMAJKIK NYAYA) ?
a.narendra modi
b.kailash satyrthi
c.malala yushufjai
d.nitish kumar
144.who got the man booker prize for 2016
a.bob dylon
b.paul pukkutti
c.paul piety
d. arundhati roy


145.who has been conffered with the 2016 saraswti samman?
1.padma sachdev
2.raghubeer chaudhary
3.ram Narayan
4.sobha mudgal
146.The word butterfly is related with which game?
1.polo
2.golf
3.swimming
4.rowing
147.which state has started giving kerosene subsidy through DBT first.
1.madhya Pradesh
2.bihar
3.jharkhand
4.telangana
148which region is known by RUHR of india
1.jhariya
2.damodar valley
3.tamilnadu
4.aurangabad
149.who can lend loans to farmers
1.sheduled banks
2.NABARD
3.self help group
4.all of the above


150.which of the following is a quantitative mode of finance control?
1.cash reserve ration
2.moral suasion
3.reduction in subsidy
4.reduction in non planned expenditure
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