General Knowledge Quiz No. 20 - Top General Knowledge Questions

General Knowledge Quiz No. 20
1. The Preamble to the Indian Constitution reads–
(A) We, the people of India adopt, enact and give to India this Constitution
(B) We, the members of the Constituent Assembly adopt, enact and give to ourselves this Constitution.
(C) We, the citizens of India adopt, enact and give to ourselves this Constitution
(D) We, the people of India in our Constituent Assembly adopt, enact and give to ourselves this Constitution
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2. The first metal to be used by man was–
(A) Aluminium (B) Copper
(C) Silver (D) Iron
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3. Kanishka patronised–
(A) Mahayana Buddhism (B) Hinayana Buddhism
(C) Buddhism (D) Bhagvatism
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4. What happens if a Money Bill passed by the Lok Sabha is partially amended by the Rajya Sabha?
(A) A joint sitting of the two Houses is called to resolve the differences
(B) The Lok Sabha can proceed with the Bill without the amendments proposed by the Rajya Sabha
(C) The bill lapses
(D) The Lok Sabha has to send the bill for reconsideration to the Rajya Sabha
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5. In the event of the death or resignation of the President, the Vice-President discharges the duties of the office of President–
(A) For the rest of the term (B) For a maximum period of one year
(C) For a maximum period of six months (D) For a maximum period of four months
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6. The shape of red blood corpuscles is–
(A) Spherical (B) Double convex
(C) Double concave (D) None of these
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7. A man is affected by Malaria. He will feel deficiency of–
(A) Platelets (B) RBC
(C) WBC (D) Plasma
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8. What is Garoj?
(A) Tribe of Jharkhand (B) Tribe of Nagaland
(C) Tribe of Himachal Pradesh (D) None of these
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9. Choose the odd one–
(A) Raipur (B) Ranchi
(C) Chennai (D) Resin
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10. The weight (in gram) of human brain is–
(A) 1350 (B) 1230
(C) 1400 (D) 1500
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11. Which one of the following grows under the tree?
(A) Cabbage (B) Bengal gram
(C) Peanuts (D) Castor
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12. Which one of the following is an example of a plant which bears seeds but no fruits?
(A) Cotton plant (B) Peepal tree
(C) Eucalyptus tree (D) Pine tree
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13. Butterfly is associated with–
(A) Basketball (B) Snooker
(C) Swimming (D) Yachting
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14. Astigmatism is a disease associated with–
(A) Ears (B) Eyes
(C) Nose (D) Throat
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15. What is the name of Garhwal in Skand Purana?
(A) Kedarkhand (B) Kurmanchal
(C) Jallandhar (D) Garhdesh
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16. The largest deposits of uranium in India are found in–
(A) Punjab (B) Kerala
(C) Jharkhand (D) Tamil Nadu
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17. Dr. Hargobind Khorana was awarded Nobel Prize for his work on–
(A) Blood circulation (B) Blood transfusion
(C) Gene synthesis (D) Brain cells
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18. The nerves that convey impulses from the brain are known as the–
(A) Sensory nerves (B) Motor nerves
(C) Translatory nerves (D) Reflex nerves
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19. ‘Mir’ is the name of–
(A) Reusable space shuttle of Soviet Union (B) Satellite which was sent to study the Mars
(C) Soviet Space Station (D) None of the above
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20. Electric current in a wire consists of–
(A) Flow of electrically charged fluid (B) Flow of electrons
(C) Flow of molecules (D) Succession of tiny sparks
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