question_answer1) Which of the following is similar to the Taj Mahal in construction?
A) Akbar's tomb done clear
B) Jahangir's tomb done clear
C) Humayun's tomb done clear
D) Bibi-ka-Maqbara done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer2) If then-
A) a=4, b=3, c=2 done clear
B) a=2, b=3, c=4 done clear
C) a=3, b=3, c=2 done clear
D) a=3, b=2, c=4 done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer3) How many of the following numbers will have digit 6 at the unit place?
A) 4 done clear
B) 6 done clear
C) 5 done clear
D) 3 done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer4) A can doth of a piece of work in 3 days. Then the number of days required to complete rd of the work is?
A) 12 done clear
B) 9 done clear
C) 15 done clear
D) 18 done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer5) A man travelling by a car at uniform speed crosses a flyover of length 1-6 km in 2 minutes. Then the speed of the car is?
A) 48 km/hr done clear
B) 4.8 km/hr done clear
C) 48 m/hr done clear
D) 480 m/hr done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer6) In a conference hall Mr. X is sitting in the 9th row from the back. If the row is 27th from the front then the total number of rows in the hall is?
A) 35 done clear
B) 36 done clear
C) 37 done clear
D) 34 done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer7) In a relief camp for flood affected people, there was provision of food for 250 people for 20 days. After 12 days, 150 people left the camp for home. How long will the remaining stock last for the remaining people in the camp?
A) 20 days done clear
B) 25 days done clear
C) 30 days done clear
D) 35 days done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer8) A boatman can row his boat at a speed of 8 km per hour in still water. If a river flows at a speed of 2 km per hour, then how long will the boatman take to row his boat 1200 metres against the direction of the current?
A) 12 minutes done clear
B) 13 minutes done clear
C) 14 minutes done clear
D) 15 minutes done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer9) Robin purchased an old house for Rs. 2,75,000 and his total repairing expense was Rs. 25,000. If he sells the house for Rs. 3,50,000. What will be his percentage of profit?
A) 19.66 done clear
B) 18.66 done clear
C) 17.66 done clear
D) 16.66 done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer10) Find the square root of 0.00002601 ?
A) 0.51 done clear
B) 0.0051 done clear
C) 0.051 done clear
D) 0.00051 done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer11) X and Y can together finish a job in 12 days. X car finish it alone in 20 days. In how many days can Y alone finish the job?
A) 30 days done clear
B) 35 days done clear
C) 40 days done clear
D) 25 days done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer12) An empty tank can be filled with water by one tar in 110 minutes and by another tap in 132 minutes. In what time will the tank be filled up completely both the taps are opened simultaneously?
A) 2 hours done clear
B) 1 hour done clear
C) 3 hours done clear
D) 4 hours done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer13) In an exam every candidate took either physics or mathematics or both. 84% of the candidates too physics. Candidates who took mathematics were half of those who took physics. The total number of candidates was 1000. How many took both physic and mathematics?
A) 550 done clear
B) 520 done clear
C) 560 done clear
D) 500 done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer14) When a 1-5 kg weight is hung at one end of a 15 cm long spring, its length increased to 16 cm. What will be the length of the spring when a 6 kg weight hung at that end?
A) 19 cm done clear
B) 18 cm done clear
C) 21 cm done clear
D) 20 cm done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer15) Rajeev buys goods worth Rs. 6,650. He gets a rebate of 6% on it. After getting the rebate, he pays tax @ 10%. Find the amount he will have to the goods.
A) Rs. 6,876.10 done clear
B) Rs. 6,999.20 done clear
C) Rs. 6,654 done clear
D) Rs. 7,000 done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer16) Three candidates contested an election and received 1136, 7636 and 11628 votes respectively. What percentage of the total votes did the winning candidate get?
A) 57% done clear
B) 60% done clear
C) 65% done clear
D) 90% done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer17) On selling 17 balls at Rs. 720, there is a loss equal to the cost price of 5 balls. The cost price of a ball is ---
A) Rs. 45 done clear
B) Rs. 50 done clear
C) Rs. 55 done clear
D) Rs. 60 done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer18) When a plot is sold for Rs. 18,700, the owner loses 15%. At what price must that plot be sold in order to gain 15%?
A) Rs. 21, 000 done clear
B) Rs. 22, 500 done clear
C) Rs. 25, 300 done clear
D) Rs. 25, 800 done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer19) 100 oranges are bought at the rate of Rs. 350 and sold at the rate of Rs. 48 per dozen. The percentage of profit or loss is?
A) 14 % gain done clear
B) 15% gain done clear
C) 14 % loss done clear
D) 15% loss done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer20) A shopkeeper sells one transistor for Rs. 840 at a gain of 20% and another for RS. 960 at a loss of 4%. His total gain or loss per cent is?
A) 5% loss done clear
B) 5gain done clear
C) 62% gain done clear
D) None of these done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer21) The Constitution of India came into force on?
A) 26th November, 1949 done clear
B) 26th January, 1950 done clear
C) 15th August, 1947 done clear
D) 15th August, 1948 done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer22) Which is the Upper House of the Parliament?
A) Rajya Sabha done clear
B) Lok Sabha done clear
C) Vidhan Sabha done clear
D) Vidhan Parishad done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer23) The Directive Principles of State Policy are contained in?
A) Part III of the Constitution done clear
B) Part IV of the Constitution done clear
C) Part V of the Constitution done clear
D) Part VII of the Constitution done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer24) The President of India is elected by?
A) Electoral College done clear
B) Secret Ballot done clear
C) Impeachment done clear
D) Ordinance done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer25) KYC, a term used for customer identification process in all financial institutions at present, stands for:
A) Know Your Client done clear
B) Know Your Customer done clear
C) Knowing Your Client done clear
D) Knowledge about Your Customer done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer26) In which of the following cities the first All Women Employees Post Office in the country has been set up in March 2013?
A) Mumbai done clear
B) Kolkata done clear
C) New Delhi done clear
D) Chennai done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer27) The first indigenously developed weaponised helicopter handed over to the Indian Army in February 2013 is?
A) Rudra done clear
B) Varun done clear
C) Chetak done clear
D) Indra done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer28) With which country Indian Railways recently signed agreement for its modernization?
A) Russia done clear
B) China done clear
C) Austria done clear
D) Belgium done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer29) Who was sworn in as the new Chief Minister of KamatakainMay2013?
A) Siddaramaiah done clear
B) Mallikarjun Kharge done clear
C) H. D. Deve Gowda done clear
D) None of the above done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer30) Margaret Thatcher, known as the Iron Lady, who passed away recently was the first female Prime Minister of which country?
A) France done clear
B) U. K. done clear
C) Germany done clear
D) Italy done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer31) The largest producer of Mica in India is?
A) Bihar done clear
B) Jharkhand done clear
C) Madhya Pradesh, done clear
D) Odisha done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer32) Find the odd one out: Stick, Hat, Scarf, Cap?
A) Hat done clear
B) Scarf done clear
C) Cap done clear
D) Stick done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer33) Which one of the following will be same as its mirror image?
A) VOTATOV done clear
B) VATOTOV done clear
C) TVOAOTV done clear
D) VOTAVOT done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer34) The word that can be formed from the letters of 'RECONSTRUCTING' is?
A) RESTRICT done clear
B) RECOGNIZE done clear
C) CONSTRUCTED done clear
D) STRUCTURE done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer35) Which among the following words will come 3rd in a dictionary?
A) congruence done clear
B) computation done clear
C) consecutive done clear
D) coefficient done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer36) Which of the following can be added as a prefix to each of 'fuse, found, fit' to give meaningful words?
A) pro done clear
B) pre done clear
C) re done clear
D) pot done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer37) Which of the following words when rearranged will give the word 'CROCODILE'?
A) LRDOCIEOC done clear
B) LRDCIEOAC done clear
C) LRDACIAOC done clear
D) LORDOCIAC done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer38) In the sequence of alphabets a, b, d, e, f, a, e, f, c, d, e, a, b, c, f, e, f, a, w, b number of times two vowels are placed adjacent to each other is?
A) 2 done clear
B) 3 done clear
C) 5 done clear
D) 6 done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer39) Gandhiji was given the name 'Mahatma' by?
A) Rabindranath Tagore done clear
B) Jawaharlal Nehru done clear
C) Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel done clear
D) Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer40) Who is the Governor of Reserve Bank of India?
A) L.K. Jha done clear
B) D. Subbarao done clear
C) Montek Singh Ahluwalia done clear
D) Raghuram Raj an done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer41) The structure of DNA is?
A) conical done clear
B) spiral done clear
C) spherical done clear
D) double helix done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer42) Which of the following is not an underground vegetable?
A) potato done clear
B) ginger done clear
C) carrot done clear
D) cauliflower done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer43) The disease that does not spread through mosquito is?
A) goiter done clear
B) malaria done clear
C) dengue done clear
D) yellow fever done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer44) Choose the correct one?
A) Flora-Animals, Fauna-Plants done clear
B) Flora-Plants, Fauna-Plants done clear
C) Flora-Animals, Fauna-Animals done clear
D) Flora-Plants, Fauna-Animals done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer45) The gas which is responsible for global warming is?
A) nitrous oxide done clear
B) nitrogen dioxide done clear
C) ammonia done clear
D) nitric oxide done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer46) 'Deep gully, silly point, long leg' are associated with which of the following games?
A) Squash done clear
B) Cricket done clear
C) Baseball done clear
D) Hockey done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer47) Generous : Stingy :: Genteel:?
A) Hostile done clear
B) Windy done clear
C) Difficult done clear
D) Polite done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer48) Which among the following is exclusively found in Antartica?
A) Seals done clear
B) Polar bear done clear
C) Penguins done clear
D) Albatross done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer49) The Battle of Plassey became famous because it was the fast major victory the?
A) Portuguese won in India done clear
B) Dutch won in India done clear
C) French won in India done clear
D) British won in India done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer50) The Pir Panjal range is a part of the?
A) Himadri done clear
B) Lower Himalaya done clear
C) Shiwalik done clear
D) Purvachal done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer51) The government agency responsible for procuring and stocking food grains in India is?
A) MSP done clear
B) PDS done clear
C) FCI done clear
D) ICAR done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer52) The first to discover the sea route to India were the?
A) British done clear
B) French done clear
C) Portuguese done clear
D) Dutch done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer53) Mahatma Gandhi returned to India in 1915 from?
A) Australia done clear
B) South Africa done clear
C) England done clear
D) Germany done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer54) Who threw a bomb in the Central Legislative Assembly on 8 April, 1929?
A) P.K. Sehgal done clear
B) Shah Nawaz done clear
C) Bhagat Singh done clear
D) G.S. Dhillon done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer55) Which of the following city' is a Union Territory?
A) Shimla done clear
B) Amritsar done clear
C) Chandigarh done clear
D) Lucknow done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer56) Which countries are separated by the Mac Mohan Line?
A) India and Pakistan done clear
B) India and Afghanistan done clear
C) India and China done clear
D) India and Nepal done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer57) The Capital of Himachal Pradesh is?
A) Srinagar done clear
B) Shimla done clear
C) Jammu done clear
D) Chandigarh done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer58) The largest producer of wheat in India is?
A) Uttar Pradesh done clear
B) Bihar done clear
C) Punjab done clear
D) Haryana done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer59) Bhakra Nangal multipurpose river valley project b built on which river?
A) Indus done clear
B) Sutlej done clear
C) Ravi done clear
D) Beas done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer60) Which among the following rivers is a tributary of Yamuna?
A) Gandak done clear
B) Kosi done clear
C) Jhelum done clear
D) Chambal done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer61) The hands of a clock fixed on a wall shows the time 4 : 25 p. m. What time will its image in a plain mirror show?
A) 7 : 35 done clear
B) 7 : 13 done clear
C) 9 : 15 done clear
D) 4 : 25 done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer62) The Jama Masjid at Delhi was built during the reign of-
A) Shah Jahan done clear
B) Sher Shah done clear
C) Akbar done clear
D) Jahangir done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer63) In terms of economy what is CAD?
A) Convertible Account Deficit done clear
B) Current Account Deficit done clear
C) Current Account Deposit done clear
D) Convertible Account Deposit done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer64) Wright Brothers are known for inventing?
A) Steam Engine done clear
B) Submarine done clear
C) Aircraft done clear
D) Space Rocket done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer65) Which of the following is not a classical dance form?
A) Bharat Natyam done clear
B) Kathakali done clear
C) Odissi done clear
D) Garba done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer66) Which festival among the following is not a celebration of the birth of great personality?
A) Navroze done clear
B) Guru Nanak Jayand done clear
C) Buddha Pumima done clear
D) Christmas done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer67) The name of an Indian who was awarded with an Honorary Oscar award is?
A) Satyajit Roy done clear
B) Aamir Khan done clear
C) Amitabh Bachhan done clear
D) Mrinal Sen done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer68) Who among the following is not an Olympic medal winner?
A) Gagan Narang done clear
B) Milkha Singh done clear
C) Abhinav Bindra done clear
D) Sushil Kumar done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer69) The highest Civilian Award of India is?
A) Dada Saheb Phaike award done clear
B) PadmaShri done clear
C) Param Vir Chakra done clear
D) BharatRatna done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer70) The 2010 FIFA football world cup final match was played between?
A) Spain and Brazil done clear
B) Spain and Germany done clear
C) Spain and Netherlands done clear
D) Brazil and Germany done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer71) Which of the following holy place is not situated in Jammu and Kashmir?
A) Amamath Temple done clear
B) Dargah Sharif done clear
C) Vaishno Devi Mandir done clear
D) Hazratbal Shrine done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer72) A patient regularly visits a urologist. He or she may be suffering from a disease related to?
A) nerve done clear
B) heart done clear
C) brain done clear
D) kidney done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer73) 'Dot matrix, InkJet, Laser' are the names related to different types of?
A) Monitor done clear
B) Printer done clear
C) Lighting instruments done clear
D) Television done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer74) Which of the following is not a computer programming language?
A) Pre Basic done clear
B) C++ done clear
C) Basic done clear
D) Visual Basic done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer75) Calf (calves) is a baby animal related to?
A) elephant, camel, giraffe done clear
B) lion, camel, elephant done clear
C) bear, elephant, giraffe done clear
D) giraffe, tiger, camel done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer76) A group of mosquitos is called a?
A) troop done clear
B) herd done clear
C) flock done clear
D) swann done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer77) Kamal went to confectionery to buy?
A) pencil done clear
B) candy done clear
C) flower done clear
D) wheat done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer78) Baking Soda, very commonly used in bakery, is actually?
A) sodium bicarbonate done clear
B) sodium carbonate done clear
C) calcium bicarbonate done clear
D) calcium carbonate done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer79) Blood is carried to different parts of the body with the help of?
A) arteries only done clear
B) veins only done clear
C) capillaries only done clear
D) arteries, veins and capillaries done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer80) The letter 'B' in the name BCG vaccination stands for-
A) Bacillus done clear
B) Brief done clear
C) Bacteria done clear
D) Beri-Beri done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer81) Which State has the lowest sex ratio in the country?
A) Himachal Pradesh done clear
B) Uttar Pradesh done clear
C) Haryana done clear
D) Bihar done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer82) What is incoming solar radiation known as?
A) Insolation done clear
B) Refraction done clear
C) Radiation done clear
D) Reflection done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer83) Where is the famous Rock Garden situated?
A) Shimla done clear
B) Dehradun done clear
C) Chandigarh done clear
D) New Delhi done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer84) Which fold mountain lies in the north-west of India?
A) Himalayas done clear
B) Aravallis done clear
C) Satpuras done clear
D) Nilgiris done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer85) Which is the highest mountain peak of India?
A) Mount Everest done clear
B) Nanda Devi done clear
C) Mount Godwin Austin done clear
D) Dotabeta done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer86) The imaginary lines joining places on the map having same temperature is called?
A) Isotherm done clear
B) Isobar done clear
C) Isoyet done clear
D) Isohalines done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer87) Buddha preached his first sermon at?
A) Lumbini done clear
B) Samath done clear
C) Sanchi done clear
D) Gaya done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer88) The Indus Valley Civilization specialized in-
A) Craftsmanship done clear
B) Architecture done clear
C) Town Planning done clear
D) Royal Government done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer89) Who started 'Brahmo Samaj' in 1828 which discarded idol worship, caste divisions and many other meaningless rites and rituals?
A) Justice Ranade done clear
B) Dadabhai Naoroji done clear
C) Raja Rammohan Roy done clear
D) Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer90) Tripitakas are the sacred books of the?
A) Jains done clear
B) Buddhists done clear
C) Hindus done clear
D) Muslims done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer91) Which Sultan of Delhi introduced a token copper currency?
A) Allauddin Khiiji done clear
B) Sher Shah done clear
C) Muhammad-bin-Tughlaq done clear
D) Firoz Shah Tughlaq done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer92) Who among the following rulers introduced a standing army?
A) Sher Shah done clear
B) Akbar done clear
C) Aurangzeb done clear
D) Allauddin Khiiji done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer93) Whom did Akbar defeat in the Second battle of Panipat?
A) Ibrahim Lodi done clear
B) Hemu done clear
C) Sher Shah done clear
D) Shivaji done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer94) Who declared "Swaraj is my birthright"?
A) Mahatma Gandh done clear
B) Lala Lajpat Rai done clear
C) Subhas Chandra Bose done clear
D) Bal Gangadhar Tilak done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer95) Which dynasty was also called the Mamluk dynasty?
A) Slave dynasty done clear
B) Khiiji dynast done clear
C) Tughlaq dynasty done clear
D) Lodi dynasty done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer96) Who was the court poet of Mughal Emperor Akbar?
A) Banabhatta done clear
B) Abul Fazal done clear
C) Firdausi done clear
D) Kalidasa done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer97) The Quit India Movement was started in the year?
A) 1940 done clear
B) 1942 done clear
C) 1945 done clear
D) 1947 done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer98) Which country is not a permanent member of the Security Council of the U. N. O?
A) France done clear
B) China done clear
C) USA done clear
D) Italy done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer99) World Health Organisation (WHO) has its head- quarters at?
A) New York done clear
B) Geneva done clear
C) Rome done clear
D) Paris done clearView Answer play_arrow
question_answer100) Who has been appointed as the new chairman of ONGC?
A) Subir Raha done clear
B) Raghuram rajan done clear
C) Dinesh. k. sarraf done clear
D) Sudhir Basudev. done clearView Answer play_arrow
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