20 Easy General Knowledge Quiz Questions and Answers

General Knowledge Quiz 6

1. The computer's processor Consists of following parts–
(A) CPU and Main memory (B) Hard disc and Floppy Disc
(C) Main Memory and Storage (D) Operating system and Applications
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2. What enables us to write on the black board with chalk?
(A) Gravity (B) Cohesion
(C) Adhesion (D) Viscosity
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3. Which of the following is not a source of revenue to the Village Panchayats?
(A) Property Tax (B) House Tax
(C) Land Tax (D) Vehicles Tax
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4. Who is to conduct the elections to the Panchayats and Municipalities?
(A) State Government (B) Central Government
(C) State Election Commission (D) Central Election Commission
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5. Which one of these is the primary source of Indian Constitution?
(A) British Constitution (B) Irish Constitution
(C) Government of India Act, 1935 (D) German Constitution
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6. Which one of the following is the aboriginal tribe of Malaysia?
(A) Ainu (B) Fula
(C) Sakai (D) Onge
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7. The Semitic people belong to the–
(A) Caucasoid race (B) Mongoloid race
(C) Negroid race (D) Australoid race
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8. NABARD was established on the recommendations of–
(A) Public Accounts Committee (B) Shivaraman Committee
(C) Narsimham Committee (D) None of the above
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9. Note issuing department of RBI should always possess the minimum gold stock of worth–
(A) Rs. 85 crore (B) Rs. 115 crore
(C) Rs. 110 crore (D) Rs. 200 crore
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10. Which one of the following is not true about the varna/caste situation during the early medieval India?
(A) The number of castes increased manifold
(B) The guilds of artisans were gradually hardened into castes for lack of mobility in post Gupta times
(C) The absorption of the tribal people added to the variety of the shudras and so called mixed castes.
(D) The distance between the vaishyas and shudras increased during this period
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11. In Buddhism, what does Patiomokkha stand for?
(A) A description of Mahayana Buddhism (B) A description of Hinayana Buddhism
(C) The rules of the Sangha (D) The questions of king Menander
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12. Which one of the following Union Ministries is implementing the Biodiesel Mission (as a Nodal Ministry)?
(A) Ministry of Agriculture (B) Ministry of Science and Technology
(C) Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (D) Ministry of Rural Development
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13. Which of the following Chalukyan city is known as the city of temples?
(A) Pattadakal (B) Badami
(C) Aihole (D) Kanheri
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14. Who destroyed the empire of Chalukyas of Badami?
(A) Cholas (B) Pallavas
(C) Pandyas (D) Rastrakutas
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15. Chambal river is a part of–
(A) Sabarmati basin (B) Ganga basin
(C) Narmada basin (D) Godavari basin
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16. A truck and a car are moving with equal velocity. On applying the brake both will stop after certain distance then which one of the following statements is correct?
(A) The truck will cover less distance before rest (B) The car will cover less distance before rest
(C) Both will cover equal distance (D) None of the above
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17. Soap helps in the cleaning of cloths because–
(A) it reduces surface tension (B) it increases surface tension
(C) it absorbs the dirt (D) of some other reason
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18. Which one of the following pairs of rays is electromagnetic in nature?
(A) Alpha rays and X-rays (B) Alpha rays and cosmic rays
(C) Infrared rays and beta rays (D) Infrared rays and X-rays
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19. Which one of these features is common to both the Indian Federation and the American Federation?
(A) Single Citizenship (B) Dual Judiciary
(C) Three Lists in the Constitution (D) A Federal Supreme Court to interpret the constitution
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20. The Constitution of India borrowed the scheme of Indian Federation from the Constitution of–
(A) USA (B) Canada
(C) Ireland (D) UK
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21. The Indian parliamentary system is different from the British parliamentary system in that India has–
(A) both a real and a nominal executive (B) a system of collective responsibility
(C) bicameral legislature (D) the system of judicial review
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22. Among the following continents, which one has the lowest growth rate population?
(A) North America (B) South America
(C) Australia (D) Europe
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23. What does Caribou provide?
(A) Meat and skin (B) Meat, milk and non-shrinkable wool
(C) Meat and fur (D) Meat and blubber for fuel
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24. The working of SEBI includes–
(A) to regulate the dealings of share market (B) to check the foul dealings in share market
(C) to control the inside trading of shares (D) All of the above
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25. Increase in net RBI credit for Central Government represents–
(A) budgetary deficit (B) revenue deficit
(C) monetised deficit (D) fiscal deficit
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