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Quiz

1. The scientist who first discovered that the earth revolves round the sun was ?

(1) Newton
(2) Dalton
(3) Copernicus
(4) Einstein

2. The significance of the lotus symbol is ?

(1) Culture and civilsation
(2) Peace
(3) Justice
(4) Sign of mourning, in protest

3. the smallest state of India is ?

(1) Rajasthan
(2) Sikkim
(3) Himachal Pradesh
(4) Goa

4. The prize winning title of Arundhati Roy for Booker's Prize in 1997 was ?

(1) Amsterdam
(2) The God of Small Things
(3) Disgrace
(4) Last Orders

5. The ratio of R. B. C. to W. B. C. in the human body is ?

(1) 15 : 500
(2) 10 : 500
(3) 5 : 500
(4) 1 : 500

6. The telescope is used for viewing ?

(1) Distant objects
(2) Near objects
(3) Small objects
(4) Living cells

7. The term butterfly is associated with ?

(1) Kabaddi
(2) Swimming
(3) Boxing
(4) Wrestling

8. The term Ground Stroke is associated with which of the following games ?

(1) Cricket
(2) Badminton
(3) Tennis
(4) Draughts

9. The unit of current is ?

(1) Ohm
(2) Watt
(3) Ampere
(4) None of the above

10. The wheel (Chakra) of national flag has____ spokes ?

(1) 23
(2) 24
(3) 25
(4) 26

11. Tomb of Vasco-da-gama is situated at ?

(1) Chittorgarh (Rajasthan)
(2) Kochi (Kerala)
(3) Coimbatore (Tamil Nadu)
(4) Durgapur (West Bangal)

12. Triple antigen provides immunity to children against all of the following diseases, except ?

(1) Diphtheria
(2) Polio
(3) Tetanus
(4) Whooping cough

13. UNO Day is on ?

(1) 20th July
(2) 24th October
(3) 14th November
(4) 12th February

14. What does Angstorm measure ?

(1) Quantity of liquid
(2) Length of light waves
(3) Length of cables
(4) Speed of ships

15. The reaction which converts sugar solution into alcohol is an example of ?

(1) Saponification
(2) Hydrogenation
(3) Fermentation
(4) Hydrolysis

16. 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 allained Nirvana
(4) All of the above

17. The SI unit of____ is named after Andre - Marie Ampere ?

(1) Power
(2) Potential difference
(3) Electric current
(4) Energy

18. The term smash is associated with ?

(1) Badminton
(2) Billiards
(3) Lawn tennis
(4) Volleyball

19. The terms used in billiards are ?

(1) Blocking, held ball, holding, jump ball, pivot
(2) Target, field, flight, ballsege
(3) Auxiliary point system, rabbit punch, break, cut
(4) Blank line, break, bolting cannon. cue, hazard, in-oft

20. The unit of energy in MKS system is ?

(1) Volt
(2) Erg
(3) Ohm
(4) Joule

21. The world cup is associated with ?

(1) Hockey
(2) Tennis
(3) Basketball
(4) Lawn tennis

22. The term used to describe many that flows into a country to take advantage of high rates of interest is called ?

(1) Hot money
(2) Hard sector
(3) Hard currency
(4) None of the above

23. Venturi tube is used for ?

(1) Measuring intensity of earth - quakes
(2) Measuring specific gravity
(3) Measuring density
(4) Measuring flow of a fluid

24. 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

25. 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

26. The red blood cells are formed in the ?

(1) Heart
(2) Liver
(3) Lymph nodes
(4) Bone marrow

27. The sacred text of Confucianism is ?

(1) The Tripitaka
(2) The Analects
(3) Quran
(4) No specific text

28. The velocity of light was first measured by ?

(1) Einstein
(2) Newton
(3) Romer
(4) Galileo

29. The working of a rocket is based on the principle of ?

(1) Electricity
(2) Kepler's Law
(3) Newton's Law
(4) Conservation of momentum

30. Tiruchirapalli is situated on river ?

(1) Cauvery
(2) Tapti
(3) Krishna
(4) Ganga

31. Vijayalakshmi Pandit was ?

(1) The first woman minister of an Indian state (UP)
(2) The first woman to become president of the UN General Assembly
(3) The first Indian woman Ambassador to Moscow
(4) All of the above

32. 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

33. The Scottish bacteriologist who discovered penicilling was ?

(1) Alexander Fleming
(2) Albert Einstein
(3) Archimeder
(4) Aryabhatta

34. The term used when a member of a legislature leaves his party on whose ticket he was elected to join the ruling party or the opposition, is called ?

(1) Floor crossing
(2) Fourth estate
(3) Fifth column
(4) Free ports

35. The velocity of sound in air (under normal condition) is ?

(1) 30 m/sec
(2) 320 m/sec
(3) 332 m/sec
(4) 3,320 m/sec

36. The significance of peace is denoted by which of the following symbol ?

(1) Olive branch
(2) Green light
(3) Lotus
(4) Red flag

37. The UN charter was finalized at____ and became effective on___ ?

(1) San Francisco, 24th October, 1945
(2) Dumbarton Oaks, 5th March, 1944
(3) Yalta, 2nd February, 1945
(4) Teher24th October, 1943

38. The state having maximum cities is ?

(1) Uttar Pradesh
(2) West Bengal
(3) Madhya Pradesh
(4) Kerala

39. The state with highest mineral output is ?

(1) Jharkhand
(2) Rajasthan
(3) Uttar Pradesh
(4) Tamil Nadu

40. The state with maximum forest area is ?

(1) Madhya Pradesh
(2) Uttar Pradesh
(3) Jharkhand
(4) Rajasthan

41. Who was the Prime minister of England when India got Independence ?

(1) Attlee
(2) Churchill
(3) Thatcher
(4) Wilson

42. Which British Governor General introduced Postage Stamp in India ?

(1) Lord Dalhousie
(2) Lord Auckland
(3) Lord Canning
(4) Lord William Bentick

43. The Marathi fortnightly, 'Bahishkrit Bharat' was started by ?

(1) Bal Gangadhar Tilak
(2) B. R. Ambedkar
(3) B. D. Savarkar
(4) Gopal Krishna Gokhle

44. Who, among the following, repealed the Vernacular Press Act ?

(1) Lord Dufferin
(2) Lord Ripon
(3) Lord Curzon
(4) Lord Hardinge

45. Who is the author of the book "Superstar India : From Incredible to Unstopable" ?

(1) Sobha De
(2) Anees Jung
(3) P. M. Nayer
(4) Mulk Raj Anand

46. Who has written the famous book 'Anna Karenina' ?

(1) Victor Hugo
(2) Boris Pasternak
(3) Anees Jung
(4) Leo Tolstoy

47. The original name of Mahabharata is ?

(1) Katha Saritsagar
(2) Jai Samhita
(3) Rajatarangini
(4) Vraht Katha

48. The name of first test tube baby was___ ?

(1) Astha
(2) Indria
(3) Dolly
(4) Lueis

49. Which one of the following is smallest gland of body___ ?

(1) Liver
(2) Thyroid
(3) Pituitary
(4) Slivary gland

50. Who among the following Indian rulers was a contemporary of Akbar ?

(1) Rani Durgawati
(2) Ahilya Bai
(3) Martanda Varma
(4) Sawai Jai Singh

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