Online General Awareness Questions and Answers

1. A small arrow or blinking symbol on desktop is called a–
(A) Mouse (B) Logo (C) Hand (D) Cursor
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2. ‘Interest is the reward for abstinence’, Who says this?
(A) Keynes (B) Marshall (C) Malthus (D) David Ricardo
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3. An instrument of qualitative credit control in India is–
(A) open market operations (B) credit rationing (C) change in reserve ratio (D) bank rate policy
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4. Gandhian principles have been enumerated in the–
(A) Fundamental Rights (B) Preamble (C) Directive principle (D) Fundamental Duties
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5. Mention the soft wood producing regions–
(A) Equatorial regions (B) Sub polar regions (C) Temperate regions (D) Monsoon regions
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6. The inclination of the earth’s axis to the orbital plane is–
(A) 21 ½° (B) 23 ½° (C) 66 ½° (D) 90°
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7. Comets are luminous celestial bodies–
(A) Jupiter (B) Sun (C) Moon (D) Earth
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8. Salim Ali was an eminent–
(A) Urdu Poet (B) Ornithologist (C) Ghazal singer (D) None of the above
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9. Present Premier of China is–
(A) Wen Jiabao (B) Yong Ki (C) Hu Jintao (D) Bo Xilai
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10. Who was the first person to cross the Alps with army?
(A) Hannibal (B) Napoleon (C) Alexander (D) None of the above
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11. The first industrial policy was declared in–
(A) 1948 (B) 1950 (C) 1952 (D) 1954
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12. To exit the program without leaving the application–
(A) File (B) Edit (C) Copy (D) Cart away
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13. A includes the file name and possibly a directory of folder.
(A) File information packet (B) File button (C) File directory (D) File specification
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14. Capital information in an economy depends on–
(A) Total income (B) Total demand (C) Total savings (D) Total production
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15. Who propounded the ‘market law’?
(A) Adam Smith (B) J. B. Say (C) T. R. Malthus (D) David Ricardo
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16. Gandhiji launched the Non-Co-operation Movement in–
(A) 1920 (B) 1919 (C) 1921 (D) 1922
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17. National Remote Sensing Agency is located in–
(A) Hyderabad (B) Banglore (C) Ahmadabad (D) Trivandrum
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18. Telephone cables are manufactured at–
(A) Patiala (B) Chennai (C) Kolkata (D) Asansol
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19. A compiler is used to translate a program written in–
(A) a low level language (B) a high level language (C) assembly language (D) machine language
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20. A judge of High Court holds office till–
(A) 62 years (B) 66 years (C) 60 years (D) 64 years
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21. Which of the following latitudes passes through India?
(A) Equator (B) Arctic Circle (C) Tropic of Capricorn (D) Tropic of Cancer
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22. The tropical cyclones of the Bay of Bengal are usually called–
(A) Typhoons (B) Hurricanes (C) Depressions (D) Willy willy
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23. Who introduced the term anticyclone for the first time?
(A) Fitzroy (B) J. Bjerknes (C) F. Galton (D) V. Bjerknes
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24. Hurricanes are generally–
(A) Active over land (B) Active over the sea (C) Travelling in families (D) Dust storms
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25. The author of Anna Karenina is–
(A) Tony Morrison (B) Emily Dickinson (C) Leo Tolstoy (D) G.B. Shaw
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