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Which among the following was invented by Orville and Wilbur Wright, popularly known as Wright brothers, in 1903 ? (A) Submarine (B) Hovercraft (C) Helicopter (D) Aeroplane Kaziranga National Park, famous for hosting two-thirds of world's Indian Rhinoceroses (Great One-horned Rhinoceroses), is located in which Indian state ? (A) Assam (B) Meghalaya (C) Manipur (D) West Bengal At which session was the Indian National Congress (INC) divided into two groups - 'Naram Dal' (the moderates) and 'Garam Dal' (the extremists) ? (A) Surat (1907) (B) Gaya (1922) (C) Lahore (1929) (D) Tripuri (1939) Every year on Kartik Purnima, which town hosts India's biggest camel fair ? (A) Sonepur (Bihar) (B) Pushkar (Rajasthan) (C) Surajkund (Haryana) (D) Madhavpur (Gujarat)

Which Greek goddess of victory is depicted on the Olympic medals ? (A) Hera (B) Nike (C) Aphrodite (D) Athena In which hill station is the High Altitude Research Laboratory located ? (A) Nainital (Uttarakhand) (B) Darjeeling (West Bengal) (C) Kullu (Himachal Pradesh) (D) Gulmarg (Jammu & Kashmir) Which south Indian ruler was a member of Jacobin Club, the largest and most powerful political club of the French Revolution, and planted the tree of 'Liberty' outside his palace ? (A) Hyder Ali (B) Tipu Sultan (C) Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah (D) Krishna Deva Raya Where did the All India Muslim League adopt the Pakistan resolution, the demand for separate sovereign state for Muslims, on 23 March 1940 ? (A) Dhaka

(B) Lahore (C) Aligarh (D) Lucknow In Radiocarbon dating method to estimate the age of organic matters recoverd from the archaeological sites, the residual quantity of which carbon isotope in the matter is measured to determine its age ? (A) carbon-12 (B) carbon-13 (C) carbon-14 (D) carbon-12 & carbon-13 In addition to seven of the world's leading industrialised nations - USA, UK, Japan, Germany, France, Italy and Canada, which country is the 8th member of G8 group of nations ? (A) China (B) Brazil (C) India (D) Russia Posted by BASID K.S. at 03:01 4 comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to Facebook Saturday, 13 July 2013

MCQ QUIZ 98

MCQ QUIZ 98
Which Indian freedom fighter was popularly called 'Mahamana' ? (A) Bal Gangadhar Tilak (B) Jai Prakash Narain (C) Gopal Hari Deshmukh (D) Madan Mohan Malaviya The Gir Forest National Park (Sasan Gir), the only home of the Asiatic Lions, is situatedin which state ? (A) Kerala (B) Gujarat (C) West Bengal (D) Madhya Pradesh Which element is not present in Sugar ? (A) Carbon (B) Oxygen (C) Hydrogen (D) Nitrogen Which Indian state is the largest producer in the world of the golden coloured 'Muga' silk ? (A) Assam (B) Orissa (C) West Bengal (D) Karnataka 'Wings of Fire and Ignited Minds books are authored by which Indian scientist ? (A) H.G.Khurana (B) M.S.Swaminathan (C) A.P.J.Abdul Kalam

(D) S.Chandrasekhar Which former Prime Minister of India was also called Yuva Turk? (A) Rajiv Gandhi (B) V.P.Singh (C) H.D.Deve Gowda (D) Chandrashekhar With which musical instrument is Pt. Ravi Shankar associated ? (A) Sitar (B) Sarod (C) Santoor (D) Tabla In which city is the dargah (tomb) of sufi saint Moinuddin Chishti located? (A) Mumbai (B) Srinagar (C) New Delhi (D) Ajmer Which African country was formerly known as South West Africa? (A) Namibia (B) Malawi (C) Botswana (D) Zimbabwe Who was the first cricketer in the world to score 10,000 runs in Test Cricket? (A) Brian Lara (B) Allan Border (C) Steve Waugh (D) Sunil Gavaskar Posted by BASID K.S. at 03:04 No comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to Facebook

MCQ QUIZ 97

MCQ QUIZ 97
The first month of Indian National Calender is [A] Phalguna [B] Magha [C] Kartak [D] Chaitra Islam was founded in[A] 5th century AD [B] 5th century BC [C] 7th century AD [D] 3rd century BC

Which one of the following temples is often in the news regarding the institution of the Devadasis ? [A] Jagannath temple, Puri [B] Pasupatinath temple, Kathmandu [C] Kandariya Mahadev temple, Khajuraho [D] Chaunsathyogini temple, Bheraghat The first Chief Justice of India was[A] M. Patanjali Sastri [B] Mehar Chand Mahajan [C] Harilal J. Kania [D] B.K. Mukherjee Who was the first Indian lady actress to receive the Padma Shri Award ? [A] Smita Patil [B] Nargis Dutt [C] Meena Kumari [D] Madhubala Next to Hindi, the biggest linguistic unit in India is[A] Bengali [B] Urdu [C] Telugu [D] Marathi The caves and rock-cut temples at Ellora are [A] Buddhist [B] Buddhist and Jain [C] Hindu and Jain [D] Hindu, Buddhist and Jain Mesopotamia is the old name of [A] Iran [B] Iraq [C] Turkey [D] Egypt India's most modern and well planned city, Chandigarh was designed by [A] Edwin Lutyens [B] Edward Austin [C] Ferdinand de-Lesseps [D] Le Corbusier Among SAARC nations which one of the following has the highest per capita income ? [A] India [B] Sri Lanka [C] Pakistan [D] Maldives Posted by BASID K.S. at 02:39 No comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to Facebook Tuesday, 9 July 2013

MCQ QUIZ 96

MCQ QUIZ 96
The characterization of British Rule in Pre-1857 India as "destructive and regressive" was made by[A] Raja Ram Mohan Roy [B] Aurobindo Ghosh [C] Karl Marx [D] Mahatma Gandhi Panchayati Raj System under 73rd Amendment Act 1993 shall not apply to[A] Nagaland, Meghalaya, Mizoram [B] J & K, Chattishgarh, Sikkim [C] UP, Bihar, Rajasthan [D] Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh Who among the following can participate in the deliberations of Lok Sabha even if he is a member of the Rajya Sabha[A] Nominated member of Rajya Sabha who is an expert in his field [B] Deputy Chairman of Rajya Sabha [C] Minister who is the member of Rajya Sabha [D] Leader of the house of Rajya Sabha The place "Taregana" said to be associated with the astronomical laboratory of Aryabhatta is located in Bihar in the vicinity of which of the following towns ? [A] Gaya [B] Motihari [C] Munger [D] Patna Mangrove forest in Asia are largely concentrated in ? [A] India [B] Malaysia [C] Indonesia [D] Phillippines The largest exporter of the Rice in the world is[A] China [B] India [C] Vietnam [D] Thailand Which one of the following is one the indicators of Human Development Index (HDI) ? [A] Life expectancy at birth [B] Total cost of the agriculture land with a family [C] Nature of employment [D] Availability of Perennial source of water for irrigation The official language of the Union of India shall be Hindi in Devanagri Script is mentioned in-

[A] Article 341 [B] Article 342 [C] Article 343 [D] Article 344 National and State Disaster Management Authority is constituted under [A] Cabinet Decision [B] Planning Commission Decision [C] Natural Calamity Management Act 2005 [D] Disaster Management Act 2005 The Second Green Revolution being planned in India will be launced basically in North Eastern state and will be based on the production of [A] Paddy [B] Bamboo [C] Jute [D] Vegetables Posted by BASID K.S. at 05:54 No comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to Facebook Monday, 8 July 2013

MCQ QUIZ 95

MCQ QUIZ 95
Who is the chairman of the Planning Commission ? (A) President (B) Prime Minister (C) Vice President (D) Finance Minister One horse power is equal to a. 550 watts b. 746 watts c. 3300 watts d. 33000 watts Which is the longest bone in human body ? (A) Femur (B) Fibula (C) Radius (D) Stapes Which is the 3rd nearest planet to the Sun [a] Mars [b] Venus [c] Earth [d] Jupiter The biggest salt water lake in the world is [a] Aral Sea

[b] Caspian Sea [c] Ontario [d] Michigan Protons and electrons have a. Neural charge b. Equal and opposite charge c. same charge d. None of these Who has won the Wimeldon championship 2013? A.Andy Murray b.Novak Djokovic c.David Ferrer d.Rafael Nadal ____ Harbour is protected by a rocky headland called Dolphin's Nose. [a] Paradeep [b] Cochin [c] Kolkata [d] Visakhapatnam Number of IIMs(Indian Institute of Management) in India is A. 15 B. 13 C. 12 D. 10 In which year was internet facility made available in India? A. 1997 B. 1988 C. 1995 D. 1990

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MCQ QUIZ 94

MCQ QUIZ 94
When is the '' World Earth Day'' celebrated ? A-2 May B-14 June C-11 July D-22 April Who is the first indian cricketer to take Hat Trick in Test Cricket ? (A) Chetan Sharma (B) Kapil Dev

(C) Harbhajan Singh (D) Irfan Pathan Indian Institute of Sugarcane Research is located in? 1) Lucknow 2) Pune 3) Nasik 4) Kasargod What does HTTP stands for? 1. Hypertext Transfer Protocol 2. Hypertext Transfer Plotter 3. Head Tail Transfer Plot 4. Head Tail Transfer Protocol What Substance gives human blood its distinctive colour? A. Haemoglobin B. Melanin C. chlorophyll D. Bile Which is the principal ore of Mercury ? (A) Galena (B) Bauxite (C) Cinnabar (D) Hematite In which one of the following countries is thevolcano Guallatiri located? [a] Peru [b] Chile [c] Tanzania [d] Ecuador The World food day is observed on? 1 June 16 2 July 16 3 October 16 4 December 16 The prime minister's employment generation programme has launched in which year? 1 2003 2 2005 3 2008 4 2010 Meenambakkam international airport is located at? 1 Kolkata 2 Cochin 3 Chennai 4 Hyderabad Posted by BASID K.S. at 01:38 No comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to Facebook

MCQ QUIZ 93

MCQ QUIZ 93
Samadhi of Gandhiji? a) Veerghat b) Gandhighat c) Rajghat d) Raigadh I.C.A.O. stands for : A. International Civil Aviation Organization. B. Indian Corporation of Agriculture Organization. C. Institute of Company of Accounts Organization D. None of the above How many ministers were there in the interim government headed by Jawaharlal Nehru? A. 11 B. 12 C. 13 D. 14 S. Gopal was the autobiographer of A. M. K. Gandhi B. J. Nehru C. S. C. Bose D. None of these The Revolutionary" was the main organ of A. Indian National Congress B. Muslim League C. Hindustan Republican Association D. Communist Party of India Who was the prime minister of Britain during the Round Table Conferences? A. Ramsay Macdonald B. Clement Atlee C. Robert Walpole D. None of these Gagan Narang is associated with which one of the following sports? A. Shooting B. Boxing C. Swimming D. Golf For Rajya Sabha, how many members are nominated by President? (A) 7 (B) 10 (C) 12 (D) 15

Which is the highest civilian award in India ? (A) Padam Shri (B) Padam Bhushan (C) Padam Vibhushan (D) Bharat Ratna The largest exporter of the Rice in the world is[A] China [B] India [C] Vietnam [D] Thailand Posted by BASID K.S. at 00:58 No comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to Facebook Saturday, 6 July 2013

MCQ QUIZ 92

MCQ QUIZ 92
The World Institute of Sustainable Energy (Wise) is based in [A] Nagpur [B] Pune [C] Mangalore [D] Jaipur The Gujral Doctrine deals with[A] Poverty [B] Science and Tech. [C] Law and Order [D] Foreign Policy Who among the following is the chairperson of Cometition Commission of India ? [A] C Rangrajan [B] Ashok Chawla [C] M L Tayal [D] Head of the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) Which among the following is the smallest missile developed by DRDO ? [A] Nag [B] Agni-II Prime [C] Prahar [D] Astra G 7 plus which among the following countries make G 8 ? [A] Canada [B] Russia [C] France [D] United States Who among the following heads the Cabinet committee on investment (CCI) ?

[A] Prime Minister [B] Finance Minister [C] Cabinet Secretariat [D] Head of the prime minister's office(RMO) Which among the following countries has not signed a civil nuclear agreement with India ? [A] South Korea [B] United Kingdom [C] Canada [D] Mongolia Zillur Rahman, Who recently passed away, was a president of - ? [A] Malaysia [B] Indonesia [C] Bangladesh [D] Yamen Which among the following is the first state in India to ban manual scavenging ? [A] Tamil Nadu [B] Delhi [C] Gujarat [D] Sikkm The Saakshar Bharat programme aims to impart education to [A] Illiterate Adults [B] Children [C] Illiterate rural women [D] Illiterate workers in unorganized sector Posted by BASID K.S. at 04:18 No comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to Facebook

MCQ QUIZ 91

MCQ QUIZ 91
The Booker Prize winner of 2012 is__________ ____ (A) Jeet Thayil (B) Hilary Mantel (C) Julian Barnes (D) Mo Yan The part of brain which regulates body temperature is ____. 1. Hypothalamus 2. Pons 3. Cerebellum 4. Cerebrum With which brand or product , the slogan ''CONNECTING INDIA'' is associated? A)BSNL B)MTNL C)AIRTEL D)NOKIA

The two elements having unequal number of electrons but same atomic mass are calleda. Isotonic b. Isoneutronic c. Isotopes d. Isobars The SI unit of the specific resistance isa. Ohm/metre b. Ohm-metre c. Ohm d. None of these Which of the following helps in the blood clotting? a. Vitamin A b. Vitamin B c. Vitamin K d. Vitamin c Lignite is a type ofa. Limestone b. Coal c. copper d. Iron ore Which of the following gases is chiefly found in biogas? a. Nitrogen b. Hydrogen c. Methane d. Ethane Who was the first Indian batsman to have achieved 300 runs in an innings in Tests? A. Virender Sehwag B: Sachin Tendulkar C: Sourav Ganguly D: Bishen Singh Bedi What is the expansion of UGC? A. University Grants Commission B. Union government concession C. Universal grants commission D. None of these

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MCQ QUIZ 90

MCQ QUIZ 90

The finance Commission is constituted by the President every [a] 5 years [b] 4 years [c] 2 years [d] 3 years The Sarkaria Commission was set up for the review of the relation between [a] The Legislative and the Executive [b] The Executive and the Judiciary [c] The Center and the States [d] The Prime Minister and the President The 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 One of the important attributes of Parliamentary from of government is [a] Executive is answerable to the people [b] Executive is separate from the legislature [c] Fixed tenure for the executive [d] Collective responsibility of the Council of Ministers of the Parliament
The First Election Commissioner Dr.Nagendra S.P.Sen Sukumar of India was Singh Verma Sen

[a] [b] [c] [d] K.V.K.Sundaram

Govt. approves an ordinance to completely digitise TV Broad-casting. The entire nation has been targeted to be covered by [a] [b] [c] [d] 2015 The mountains which are not a part of the Himalayan 2013 2014 2016

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Which Amendment of the Constitution reduced the voting age from 21 years to 18 years? [a] [b] [c] [d] 60th Amendment 61st 63rd 62nd Amendment Amendment Amendment

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[a] [b] [c] [d] Andhra Pradesh Posted by BASID K.S. at 20:36 No comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to Facebook

Gujarat Kerala Haryana

MCQ QUIZ 89

MCQ QUIZ 89
A region of weak winds is called: [a] Dum Dum [b] Doldrum [c] Chilka [d] None of these Which is the 3rd nearest planet to the Sun [a] Mars [b] Venus [c] Earth [d] Jupiter The largest continent in terms of are is: [a] Africa [b] Asia [c] Australia [d] North America Rivers that originate in the Mansarovar region [a] Indus, Sutlej, Brahmaputra [b] Narmada, Tapti, Beas [c] Godavari, Krishna, Cauvery [d] Ganges, Yamuna, Hooghly In which one of the following countries is the volcano Guallatiri located? [a] Peru [b] Chile [c] Tanzania [d] Ecuador The Narmada and the Tapti rivers enter the [a] Indian Ocean [b] Bay of Bengal [c] Arabian Sea [d] Gulf of Cambay South Africa is the chief producer of [a] Tin [b] Iron ore [c] Gold

[d] Copper The biggest salt water lake in the world is [a] Aral Sea [b] Caspian Sea [c] Ontario [d] Michigan Tata Iron and Steel Industries was established in the year [a] 1907 [b] 1917 [c] 1927 [d] 1937 Finances are distributed between the Center and the States on the basis of the recommendations of the [a] National Development Council [b] Public Accounts Committee [c] Finance Commission [d] Planning Commission Posted by BASID K.S. at 19:59 No comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to Facebook

MCQ QUIZ 88

MCQ QUIZ 88
Law of Floatation was given by A. Albert Einstein B. Newton Sir C. Edison Sir D. Archimedes Which of the following is not a(n) search engine? (1) Bing (2) Google (3) Orkut (4) Duck Go At which place did Mahatama Gandhi start his first Satyagraha in India ? (A) Kheda (Gujarat) (B) Champaran (Bihar) (C) Sabarmati (Gujarat) (D) Mumbai (Maharashtra) The propagation of heat by conduction is possible in A. Only Gases B. Only solids C. Only Liquids D. All of These The spherical shape of a rain drop is due to

A. Density of water B. Surface tension C. Atmospheri pressure D. Gravity Davis Cup is associated with the sport : a) Lawn Tennis b) Cricket c) Hockey d) Badminton Wings of Fire and Ignited Minds books are authored by which Indian scientist ? (A) H.G.Khurana (B) M.S.Swaminathan (C) A.P.J.Abdul Kalam (D) S.Chandrasekhar What is the common name of Acetylsalicylic Acid ? (A) Aspirin (B) Vinegar (C) Vitamin C (D) Vitriol Land of 5 rivers a. pandicheri b. uttar pradesh c. punjab d. naga land Frogs belong to which animal group ? 1. amphibians 2. reptiles 3. invertebrates 4. mammals Posted by BASID K.S. at 09:14 No comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to Facebook

MCQ QUIZ 87

MCQ QUIZ 87
How much time does Sunlight take to reach the Earth ? (A) 8 minutes (B) 10 minutes (C) 12 minutes (D) 15 minutes Which ruler of Gupta dynasty is also called the 'Napoleon of India? (A) Ramagupta (B) Skandagupta (C) Samudragupta (D) Chandragupta

Which of the following is not present in dna? a.adenine b.guanine c.uracil d.thymine Which is non-metal? a) Mercury b) Bromine c) Sodium d) Aluminium Which of the following Indian cricketer as launched his own racing team which is now competing in FIM Super sport World Championship? (a).Kapil Dev (b).Gautam Gambhir (c).Rahul Dravid (d).Mahendra Singh Dhoni The World Bank is headquartered at [A] Washington DC, USA [B] Massachusetts, USA [C] New York, USA [D] Houston, Texas The longest bone in the body of human being is a. Tibia b. Femur c. Fibula d. Stapes Bank of Baroda was nationalized in the year [A] 1969 [B] 1978 [C] 1957 [D] 1980 The alloy of aluminium used for making magnet is A.duralumin B.Yalloy C.alnico D.aluminium bronze Which is the unit of Solid Angle ? A. Radian B. Steradian C. Minute D. Degree Posted by BASID K.S. at 08:55 No comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to Facebook

MCQ QUIZ 86

MCQ QUIZ 86
In terms of geographical area India occupies what position in the world? [a] Five [b] six [c] seven [d] three India does not share its boundary with which of the following countries? [a] China [b] Taiwan [c] Burma [d] Bhutan Agriculture employs almost what percent of the Indian population? [a] 90 [b] 50 [c] 40 [d] 70 Which one of the following is a Kharif crop? [a] bajra [b] wheat [c] mustard [d] barley Which one of the following is a rabi crop? [a] rice [b] jowar [c] cotton [d] peas Who was the chief architect of Green Revolution that significantly improved the agricultural yield in the country? [a] MS Swaminathan [b] VR Krisha Aiyyar [c] V Kurien [d] Jawaharlal Nehru The Chota Nagpur Plateau famous for its mineral deposits is in [a] Uttar Pradesh [b] Jharkhand [c] Madhya Pradesh [d] Bihar The Mumbai Stock Exchange was set up in [a] 1875 [b] 1900 [c] 1922 [d] 1947

What does the term NSDL stands for? [a] National Securities Development Limited [b] National Securities Depository Limited [c] National Safety Development Limited [d] Natural Safety Deployment Limited Which one of the following was launched with the objective of helping the poor in rural areas to become self employed? [a] DPAP [b] IRDP [c] TRYSEM [d] DDP

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MCQ QUIZ 85

MCQ QUIZ 85
Which European country is known as the 'Land of a thousand lakes' ? (A) Denmark (B) Sweden (C) Norway (D) Finland The deficiency of which one of the followings leads to dental caries ? A. Iron B. Copper C. Fluorine D. Zinc A typical human Rib cage consists of how many ribs? A. 12 B. 14 C. 16 D. 24 What is the middle name of sachin tendulkar? A.raju b.ram c.ravi d.ramesh Which of the following circuit is used as a memory Device in Computer ? A. Rectifier B. Flip Flop C. Comparator D. Attenuator

Which is the part of a computer that one can touch and feel ? A. Hardware B. Softaware C. Programs D. Output Census in India is being held regularly after every [a] 6 years [b] 8 years [c] 10 years [d] 12 years Who is known as the Father of White Revolution? [a] V Kurien [b] MS Swaminathan [c] JP Narayan [d] Baba Amte People belonging to what age group are eligible for training under TRYSEM scheme? [a] 18-35 [b] 25-40 [c] 18-50 [d] 18-25 According to the census in 2001, which city in India has the largest population? [a] Kolkatta [b] Mumbai [c] Delhi [d] Chennai Posted by BASID K.S. at 06:09 No comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to Facebook Thursday, 4 July 2013

MCQ QUIZ 84

MCQ QUIZ 84
Q. Which of the following is the basic characteristic of Oligopoly? [a] a few sellers, one buyer [b] a few sellers, many buyers [c] a few sellers, a few buyers [d] many sellers, a few buyers Q. Vande Mataram was first sung at the session of the Indian National Congress in (A) 1892 (B) 1896 (C) 1904 (D) 1886 Q. The aim of which of the Five Year Plans was to correct the disequilibrium in the economy?

[a] First Five Year Plan [b] Second Five Year Plan [c] Third Five Year Plan [d] Fourth Five Year Plan Q. Which of the following Five Year Plans recognized human development as the core of all developmental efforts? [a] Eighth Five Year Plan [b] Seventh Five Year Plan [c] Fifth Five Year Plan [d] Third Five Year Plan Q. Which of the following plans aimed at improving the standard of living? [a] Third Plan [b] Fourth Plan [c] Fifth Plan [d] Sixth Plan Q. At which of the following places was the mining of coal started in 1774? [a] Chhindwara [b] Dhanbad [c] Ranchi [d] Raniganj Q. In which of the following years were the cocking coals and non-cocking coal mines in India nationalized? [a] 1971 and 1972 repetitively [b] 1972 and 1973 respectively [c] 1973 and 1974 respectively [d] 1970 and 1972 respectively Q. Which Indian state has the largest number of cotton textile mills? [a] Madhya Pradesh [b] Maharashtra [c] Gujarat [d] West Bengal Q. Under Akbar, the Mir Bakshi was required to look after (A) military affairs (B) the state treasury (C) the royal household (D) the land revenue system Q. First Afghan War took place in (A) 1839 (B) 1840 (C) 1833 (D) 1848

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Wednesday, 3 July 2013

MCQ QUIZ 83

MCQ QUIZ 83
Q. India won its first Olympic hockey gold in? (A) 1930 (B) 1928 (C) 1932 (D) 1927 Q. Where in India is the Rishikonda beach located? A. Andhra Pradesh B. Gujarat C. Goa D. Assam Q. From the intestine of which of these animals is ambergris found, that is used in perfumes and also as a spice? A. Elephant B. Sperm whale C. Reindeer D. Nilgai Q. Which sportsperson has a son named Raag and a daughter named Jaaz? A. Geet Sethi B. Manoj Kothari C. Ashok Shandilya D. Pankaj Advani Q. What is the full form of the term 'GUI'? A. Great User Interface B. Graphical User Interface C. Gopher User Interface D. General User Interface Q. Which among the following Grand Slam tennis tournament is played on clay court ? (A) US Open (B) Wimbledon (C) Australian Open (D) French Open Q. Which Ocean's greatest depth is in the Puerto Rico Trench ? (A) Indian Ocean (B) Arctic Ocean (C) Atlantic Ocean (D) Pacific Ocean Q. According to Standard time zone classification, the earth is divided into how many time zones ? (A) 12

(B) 24 (C) 48 (D) 96 Q. Which Greek goddess of victory is depicted on the Olympic medals ? (A) Hera (B) Nike (C) Aphrodite (D) Athena Q. Which Indian state is the largest producer in the world of the golden coloured 'Muga' silk ? (A) Assam (B) Orissa (C) West Bengal (D) Karnataka Posted by BASID K.S. at 07:51 No comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to Facebook

MCQ QUIZ 82

MCQ QUIZ 82
Q. On the banks of which river, did Mahatma Gandhi establish Satyagraha Ashram in Ahmedabad ? (A) Narmada (B) Godavari (C) Sabarmati (D) Krishna Q. What was the code name of five nuclear tests conducted by India in May 1998, near Pokhran in Rajasthan ? (A) Operation Shakti (B) Operation Vijay (C) Operation Cactus (D) Operation Ashwamedh Q. 'Thang-Ta' martial art is native of which Indian state ? (A) Punjab (B) Kerala (C) Manipur (D) Maharashtra Q. The deepest Lake of the world is A. Crater Lake B. Baikal C. Nyasa D. Tanganyika Q. 'The Argumentative Indian' book was authored by which Indian ecomonist ? (A) Amartya Sen (B) Jagdish Bhagwati (C) Manmohan Singh (D) Nani Palkhivala Q. In 1990, which district of Kerala became the first fully literate district of India ?

(A) Kozhikode (B) Palakkad (C) Ernakulam (D) Thrissur Q. The heat from electric heater reaches our hand by __________ a). Conduction b). Convection c). Radiation d). Diffusion Q. Who was the Prime Minister of Britain when India got independence ? (A) Stanley Baldwin (B) Clement Attlee (C) Winston Churchill (D) Neville Chamberlain Q. Who is the author of the novel based on which Slumdog Millionaire was made ? (a).Lewis Karol (b).Rudyard Kipling (c).Conan Doyle (d).Vikas Swarup Q. BAFTA awards are associated with which of the following industries? (a).Cinema (b).Exports (c).Telecom (d).Tourism Posted by BASID K.S. at 07:39 No comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to Facebook

MCQ QUIZ 81

MCQ QUIZ 81
Q. In humans, which portion of brain controls hunger, thirst and body temprature ? (A) Thalamus (B) Hypothalamus (C) Hippocampus (D) Medulla Q. Which among the following countries is providing Pilatus trainer aircraft to Indian Air Force (IAF)? (1) Israel (2) United States (3) Switzerland (4) France Q. Which country launched the first artificial satellite? (A)USSR (B)US (C)Britain (D)France

Q. The first country in the world to introduce the right to information was (A) Norway (B) USA (C) Sweden (D) Finland Q. Which among the following organization is awarded with 2012 Nobel Peace Prize? (1) UNEP (2) European union (3) NATO (4) OECD Q. Which among the following is used to listen and record underwater sounds? [A] Altimeter [B]Sonar [C]Hydrophone [D]RADAR Q. Who new foreign secretary of india?? 1.ranjan mathai 2.sujata singh 3.bimal julka 4.sudhaa sharma Q. Who has the sole right to mint coins in India? 1) RBI 2) MMTC 3) Government of India 4) SBI Q. Who was the first hindi writer to receive Jnanpith Award? A.mahadevi verma B.sumitranandan pant C.dr.ramdhari singh dinkar D.S.H vatsyayan Q. What is zero dark thirty? 1.a computer virus. 2.a harror film. 3.a movie about the hunt for osama bin laden. 4.a place inside the sea.

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MCQ QUIZ 80

MCQ QUIZ 80

1. The biggest port in India is a. Calcutta b. Mumbai c. Vishakhapatnam d. Cochin 2. India's first ever-tactical missile was a. Supreme Soviet b. Prithvi c. Agni d. Trishul 3. Who among the following was the first Woman minister of a state? a. Indira Gandhi b. Vijaylakshmi Pandit c. Sarojini Naidu d. Rajkumari Amrit Kaur 4. The first indian satellite to go into orbit is a. INSAT - IA b. Rohini c. Aryabhatta d. Bhaskara - I 5. The first indian woman to scale the Mt. Everest was a. Bachendri Pal b. Reita Fari c. Arati Shah d. Asha Agarwal 6. The first Indian-American woman to go into space was a. Sucheta Kriplani b. Harbans Kaur c. Kalpana Chawla d. None of these 7. The first Indian Railway Line was started between a. Madras and Waltair b. Asonsol and Kharagur c. Howrah and Burdwan d. Thane and Kalyan 8. The biggest church in India is located at a. Mumbai b. Goa c. Chennai d. Kolkata 9. India's biggest nuclear research reactor is a. Dhruva b. Purnima

c. Apsara d. Cirus 10. Who started the first newspaper in India? a. Rabindra nath Tagore b. Dadabhai Naorji c. Syed Ahemed Khan d. James A. Hickey Posted by BASID K.S. at 06:50 No comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to Facebook Sunday, 19 May 2013

MCQ QUIZ 79

MCQ QUIZ 79
1.The Constitution of India is republican because it1 provides for adult franchise 2 provides for an elected Parliament 3 has no hereditary elements 4 contains a bill of rights 2.The triple alliance against Tipu was formed by Cornwallis consisted of the following 1 The English, Marathas and Carnatic 2 The English, Nizam and the Marathas 3 The English, Nizam and Awadh 4 The English, Nizam and Carnatic 3.Charles Metcalf was the Governor General of India during 1 1832-33 2 1837-38 3 1835-36 4 1839-40 4.What is psephology? 1 Study of rainfall pattern 2 Study of gene disorder 3 Statistical study of elections voting etc. 4 None of the above is true 5.First Indian woman who reached Antarctica: 1 Geeta Ghosh 2 Mahel Musa 3 Pritisu Gupta 4 Ujjawala Patil 6.Which one of the following countries is not a founder member of OPEC? 1 Iraq 2 Algeria 3 Kuwait 4 Iran

7.Central Institute of fisheries Technology is situated at 1 Barrackpore (West Bengal) 2 Ernakulam (Kerala) 3 Cuttack (Orissa) 4 Dehradun (Uttaranchal) 8.Which of the following nations is considered the originator of the concept of Micro finance? 1 Brazil 2 Bangladesh 3 India 4 South Africa 9.Which one among the following is a correct sequence of the Indian ports from north to south? 1 Kandla-Haldia-Paradeep-Kochi 2 Haldia-Kandla-Paradeep-Kochi 3 Kochi-Kandla-Haldia-Paradeep 4 Kandla-Haldia-Kochi-Paradeep 10.Who built the 'Moti' mosque located inside the premises of Delhi's Red Fort? 1 Shershah Suri 2 Shahjahan 3 Aurangzeb 4 Bahadurshah Zafar

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MCQ QUIZ 78

MCQ QUIZ 78
1.Where is National Chemical Laboratory (NCL) located? 1 Bhavnagar 2 Chandigarh 3 Panaji 4 Pune 2.Meghnad Saha is known for his contribution in which one of the following fields? 1 Physics 2 Medical Science 3 Environmental Science 4 History 3.Federal Reserve is the financial organisation of the 1 Britain 2 USA 3 Japan

4 France 4.Which state is called the 'Cradle of Buddhism? 1 Bihar 2 Uttar Pradesh 3 Madhya Pradesh 4 Sikkim 5.A famous novel 'Pride and Prejudice, is written by 1 Jane Austen 2 George Eliot 3 Leo Tolstoy 4 Charles Dickens 6.The idea of Lokpal is taken from 1 America 2 Britain 3 France 4 Scandinavian countries 7.The International Criminal Police Organisation (INTERPOL) has its headquarters at 1 London 2 Bonn 3 Montreal 4 Lyons 8.The headquarters of European Space Research Organisation are at 1 Hague 2 Paris 3 Vienna 4 Geneva 9.'Apna Khet, Apna Kaam' is a new scheme under MNREGA has been initiated in the state 1 Gujarat 2 Madhya Pradesh 3 Punjab 4 Rajasthan 10.The first air-conditioned double decker train in India has been startedbetween 1 Howarah and Delhi 2 Howarah and Dhanbad 3 Dhanbad And Darjeeling 4 Howarah and Patna Posted by BASID K.S. at 23:53 No comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to Facebook Saturday, 11 May 2013

MCQ QUIZ 77

MCQ QUIZ 77
Q. Which element is not present in Sugar ?

(A) Carbon (B) Oxygen (C) Hydrogen (D) Nitrogen Q. Which Indian freedom fighter was popularly called 'Mahamana' ? (A) Bal Gangadhar Tilak (B) Jai Prakash Narain (C) Gopal Hari Deshmukh (D) Madan Mohan Malaviya Q. Which Indian state is the largest producer in the world of the golden coloured 'Muga' silk ? (A) Assam (B) Orissa (C) West Bengal (D) Karnataka Q. The Gir Forest National Park (Sasan Gir), the only home of the Asiatic Lions, is situated in which state ? (A) Kerala (B) Gujarat (C) West Bengal (D) Madhya Pradesh Q. 'Wings of Fire and Ignited Minds books are authored by which Indian scientist ? (A) H.G.Khurana (B) M.S.Swaminathan (C) A.P.J.Abdul Kalam (D) S.Chandrasekhar Q. Which former Prime Minister of India was also called Yuva Turk? (A) Rajiv Gandhi (B) V.P.Singh (C) H.D.Deve Gowda (D) Chandrashekhar Q. With with musical instrument is Pt. Ravi Shankar associated ? (A) Sitar (B) Sarod (C) Santoor (D) Tabla Q. In which city is the dargah (tomb) of sufi saint Moinuddin Chishti located? (A) Mumbai (B) Srinagar (C) New Delhi (D) Ajmer Q. Which African country was formerly known as South West Africa? (A) Namibia (B) Malawi (C) Botswana (D) Zimbabwe

Q. Who was the first cricketer in the world to score 10,000 runs in Test Cricket? (A) Brian Lara (B) Allan Border (C) Steve Waugh (D) Sunil Gavaskar Posted by BASID K.S. at 05:07 No comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to Facebook

MCQ QUIZ 76

MCQ QUIZ 76
Q- Who is the first indian cricketer to take Hat Trick inTest Cricket ? A) Chetan Sharma B) Kapil Dev C) Harbhajan Singh D) Irfan Pathan Q- Second Battle of Panipat? A) 1526 B) 1555 C) 1556 D) 1761 Q- Who is the chairman of the Planning Commission ? A) President B) Prime Minister C) Vice President D) Finance Minister Q- Who is the first indian woman to win Olympic medal? A) P.T.Usha B)Shiny Abraham C) Karnam Malleshwari D) Kunjarani Devi Q- The Nobel Prize was first awarded in A) 1976 B) 1958 C) 1901 D) 1972 Q- Who won ICC Women's Cricket World Cup 2013 A. India B. Australia C. Pakistan D. England Q- National heritage animal of India is : A. Tiger B. Lion

C. Panther D. Elephant Q:- In which year 1st world war start ? A) 1905 B ) 1914 C) 1916 D) 1918 Q. What is the common name of Acetylsalicylic Acid ? (A) Aspirin (B) Vinegar (C) Vitamin C (D) Vitriol Q. Which Mughal emperor assumed the title of Alamgir (Conqueror of the world)? (A) Akbar (B) Jehangir (C) Shahjahan (D) Aurangzeb

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