Objective General Knowledge Multiple Questions

Objective GK Multiple Questions

1. The most hard-earned conquest of Alauddin Khilji, in which he gained success after nearly a year long campaigning was of–
(A) Ranthambor (B) Gujarat
(C) Chittor (D) Devagiri
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2. A computer cannot boot if it does not have the–
(A) compiler (B) loader
(C) assembler (D) operating system
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3. In some plants, the flower is modified in such a way that it looks like a female insect and attracts male counterparts for the copulation. Such modification is used for the pollination and occurs commonly in–
(A) orchids (B) wheat
(C) maize (D) mango
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4. When our cells are filled with dead or damaged organelles like mitochondria, ER, etc, The degradation of these organelles is mainly performed by–
(A) ribosomes (B) lysosomes
(C) peroxisomes (D) glyoxysomes
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5. Which of the following term is associated with failure of meiosis-II to occur after meiosis-I?
(A) Brachymeiosis (B) Dinomitosis
(C) Dimunition (D) Karyokinesis
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6. What is the maximum number of elected members in a State Assembly?
(A) 250 (B) 300
(C) 600 (D) 500
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7. If in an election to a State Legislative Assembly the candidate who is declared elected loses his deposit, it means that–
(A) the polling was very poor
(B) the election was for a multi member constituency
(C) the elected candidate's victory over his nearest rival was very marginal
(D) a very large number of candidates contested the election
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8. The first woman Governor of a State in free India was–
(A) Mrs Sarojini Naidu (B) Mrs Sucheta Kripalani
(C) Mrs Indira Gandhi (D) Mrs Vijaya Laxmi Pandit
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9. The Asteroid Belt is found between which of the following?
(A) Mars and Jupiter (B) Earth and Mars
(C) Jupiter and Saturn (D) Saturn and Uranus
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10. How can the International Date Line be explained in simple terms?
(A) It is the equator (B) It is the 180° longitude
(C) It is the 90° East longitude (D) It is the 0° longitude
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11. The accounting year of the RBI is–
(A) July-June (B) April-March
(C) January-December (D) None of these
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12. RBI is empowered to vary the CRR of commercial banks between–
(A) 3-15% (B) 5-12%
(C) 2-11% (D) 4-13%
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13. The historian Barani refused to consider the state in India under Delhi Sultans as truly Islamic because–
(A) the majority of the population did not follow Islam
(B) the Muslim theologists were often disregarded
(C) the Sultan supplemented the Muslim law by framing his own regulations
(D) religious freedom was accorded to non-Muslims
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14. The Wazir and three other ministers were looked upon as the four pillars of the state. Which of the following was not one of those three ministers?
(A) Head of Diwan-i-arz or the Military Department
(B) Head of Diwan-i-risalat or the Ecclesiastical Affairs Department
(C) Head of Diwan-i-insha or the Correspondence Department
(D) Head of Diwan-i-qaza of the Jusitce Department
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15. Who is the author of the book" The Rights of Man"?
(A) Thomas Hardy (B) Thomas Mann
(C) Thomas Moore (D) Thomas Paine
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16. Which one of the following is the correct chronological order of the Afghan rulers to the throne of Delhi?
(A) Sikandar Shah –Ibrahim Lodi -Bahlol Khan Lodi (B) Sikandar Shah–Bahlol Khan Lodi -Ibrahim Lodi
(C) Bahlol Khan Lodi –Sikandar Shah -Ibrahim Lodi (D) Bahlol Khan Lodi –Ibrahim Lodi -Sikandar Shah
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17. India came with the purview of the Dutch as link in their great commercial chain. Which of the following was not one of the places in India where the Dutch established their trading stations?
(A) Masulipatnam (B) Pulicat
(C) Bimlipatam (D) Calicut
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18. Which one of the following is the small group of computers and peripherals linked together in a small geographic area?
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19. A bacterium divides every 30 minutes. If a culture containing 1022 cells per litre is grown for 150 minutes, what will be the cell concentration per litre after 150 minutes?
(A) 5 × 1022 cells (B) 32× 1022 cells
(C) 150× 1022 cells (D) 30 × 1022 cells
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20. The bacteria were discovered by which of the following person–
(A) H Urey (B) EH Haeckel
(C) AV Leeuwenhock (D) Ivanowski
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21. Which one among the following is the largest edible bud found in nature?
(A) Cauliflower (B) Agave
(C) Cabbage (D) Drosera
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22. Which of the following is not an essential qualification for appointment as a Governor?
(A) He should be a citizen of India
(B) He should be a domicile of the State to which he is being appointed
(C) He must have completed the age of 35 years
(D) He must not be a member of either House of Parliament
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23. When the Governor receives a Bill passed by the State Legislative Assembly, which of the following courses would be most appropriate for the Governor as an agent of the Centre?
(A) Give assent to the Bill (B) Refer the Bill to the President
(C) Keep the Bill pending (D) Exercise veto over the Bill
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24. A Joint Public Service Commission can be created by–
(A) an order of the President (B) a resolution of the Rajya Sabha
(C) an act of Parliament (D) a resolution of the concerned state legislatures
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25. The Earth revolves around the Sun in an elliptical path and the Sun is located at one focus of the ellipse. Imagine a situation in which the Earth goes around the Sun on a circular path. Which one among the following would result in under that situation?
(A) It would not make any difference (B) Difference between seasons will be reduced
(C) The Earth would become very hot (D) The Earth would become very cold
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