General Awareness Questions with Answers for Bank Exams

General Knowledge Questions with Answers

1. With which of the following books is Hobbes associated ?
(A) Lactures on Jurisprudence (B) Social Contract
(C) Republic (D) Leviatban
See Answer:

2. In which year were the Indian States reorganised on the linguistic basis?
(A) 1947 (B) 1951
(C) 1956 (D) 1966
See Answer:

3. Who among the following was the founder of the Muslim League?
(A) Muhammad Ali Jinnah (B) Shaukat Ali
(C) Nawab Salimullah (D) Aga Khan
See Answer:

4. A writ issued by the Supreme Court compelling a quasi-judicial/public authority to perform its mandatory duty–
(A) Quo Warranto (B) Mandamus
(C) Certiorari (D) Prohibition
See Answer:

5. In Gandhian Socialism–
(A) State is required (B) State is not required
(C) State is sometimes required and sometimes not required (D) State is neither required nor notrequired
See Answer:

6. When was ISRO set up ?
(A) 1965 (B) 1969
(C) 1971 (D) 1976
See Answer:

7. How many countries have exploded the atom bomb before India?
(A) 5 (B) 6
(C) 4 (D) 3
See Answer:

8. ‘Khalsa’ was founded by–
(A) Guru Gobind Singh (B) Guru Ramdas
(C) Guru Nanak (D) Arjun Dev
See Answer:

9. Which of the following books was authored by Mulk Raj Anand?
(A) The Village (B) A Stranger Called I
(C) Dark Room (D) My God Died Young
See Answer:

10. Who among the following is the founder of World Economic Forum?
(A) Klaus Schwab (B) John Kenneth Galbraith
(C) Robert Zoellick (D) Paul Krugman
See Answer:

11. Name the famous paper which Gandhiji edited to propagate his ideas.
(A) Harijan (B) Satyagrah
(C) Khadi (D) Swadeshi
See Answer:

12. The aeroplane that dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima was–
(A) White Storm (B) Thunder Power
(C) Enola Gay (D) Black Light
See Answer:

13. Which Indian Commercial Bank became the first in providing mobile ATM Service ?
(A) HDFC Bank (B) SBI
(C) ICICI Bank (D) IDBI Bank
See Answer:

14. Sivakasi, which recently witnessed major explosions in the cracker manufacturing units, is situated in the State of–
(A) Kerala (B) Chhattisgarh
(C) Tamil Nadu (D) Andhra Pradesh
See Answer:

15. Who has brought laurels to the country by winning a Silver Medal in the London Paralympic Games in High Jump?
(A) Bhimrao Kesarkar (B) Devendra Singh
(C) Joginder Singh Bedi (D) H. N. Girisha
See Answer:

16. All of the following noble gases are present in the atmosphere, except–
(A) Argon (B) Helium
(C) Radon (D) Xenon
See Answer:

17. The process of union of two or more molecules of a substance to form a large single molecule is called–
(A) Diffusion (B) Synthesis
(C) Fusion (D) Polymerisation
See Answer:

18. β-particles are–
(A) Orbital electrons (B) Electrons present in atmosphere
(C) Electrons emitted by nucleus (D) Electrons obtained during cation formation
See Answer:

19. Positrons are particles–
(A) Having a unit positive charge (B) Having same mass as electrons
(C) Given out by artificial radioactive substances (D) Have all the above characteristics
See Answer:

20. Mass number of an Uranium isotope which is used in atom bomb is–
(A) 231 (B) 233
(C) 235 (D) 236
See Answer:

21. When the difference in electro-negativity is large, the resulting bond is–
(A) Metallic bond (B) Covalent bond
(C) Ionic bond (D) Non-polar bond
See Answer:

22. Glass is mostly produced by heating to about 1,400 degree Centigrade–
(A) Limestone and soda ash (B) Soda ash and silica
(C) Silica and limestone (D) Limestone, silica and soda ash
See Answer:

23. Fats and their derivatives occurring in living systems are collectively known as–
(A) Carbohydrates (B) Proteins
(C) Lipids (D) Vitamins
See Answer:

24. Which of the following elements has 92 as the atomic number ?
(A) Lead (B) Platinum
(C) Thorium (D) Uranium
See Answer:

25. Carbon dioxide is–
(A) An acidic oxide (B) A basic oxide
(C) A neutral oxide (D) An atmospheric oxide
See Answer:


Comments & Contact Form


Email *

Message *