Objective General Knowledge Multiple Questions

Objective GK Multiple Questions

1. Which of the following plant has exhibited viviparity phenomenon?
(A) Manginifera (B) Rhizophora
(C) Betula (D) Psidium
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2. Which one among the following is the major proteins involved in the production of antibodies?
(A) Albumins (B) a-globulins
(C) b-globulins (D) c-globulins
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3. The Contingency Fund of the State is operated by the–
(A) President (B) Chief Minister
(C) Governor (D) Council of Ministers
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4. Regarding the enactment of an ordinary law, the State Legislative Council–
(A) has to agree to the Bill (B) may delay it for a maximum period of four months
(C) may disagree to its provisions, in which case a joint sitting is called (D) has nothing to do
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5. The Governor does not appoint–
(A) Judges of the High Court (B) Chief Minister
(C) Chairman of the State Public Service Commission (D) Advocate General of the State
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6. The major significance of South West Asia lies in its–
(A) command over land routes (B) most picturesque desert landscape
(C) enormous oil wealth (D) holy pilgrimage centres of Christians, Muslims and Jews
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7. Mormonism is practised widely in–
(A) Western USA (B) Eastern Africa
(C) Northern China (D) South-East Asia
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8. Time period of Annual Plans was–
(A) 1990-92 (B) 1987-90
(C) 1992-94 (D) None of these
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9. This Plan gave top priority to "Development of Human Resources". It initiated fiscal as well as economic reforms. Pradhan Mantri Rozgar Yojana (PMRY) was initiated during this period. It was a successful plan. Which Plan is being referred to?
(A) Eighth (B) Seventh
(C) Plan Holiday (D) Ninth
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10. According to the Junagarh Rock inscription of Rudraman, during the reign of one of the following rulers, a dam was built on the Sudarshan lake to facilitate water supply to the neighbouring country side in Saurashtra. The ruler was–
(A) Chandragupta Maurya (B) Bindusara
(C) Ashoka (D) Dasharatha
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11. Kautilya classified the spies into–
(A) Sansthah-Stationary spies (B) Sancharah-Wandering spies
(C) Both 'a' and 'b' (D) Gudha purusha-Secret agents
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12. Who is named as the Flying Sikh of India?
(A) Mohinder Singh (B) Ajit Pal Singh
(C) Joginder Singh (D) Milkha Singh
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13. Megasthenese states that Indian society was divided into seven classes, namely, philosophers, farmers, herdsmen, artisans, soldiers, overseers and councilors. This division was based on what consideration ?
(A) Social (B) Economic
(C) Political (D) Religious
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14. Which of the following gives the correct order of the first three Varnas according to their importance during the Mauryan period?
(A) Brahmins, Kshatriyas, Vaisyas (B) Vaisyas, Brahmins, Kshatriyas
(C) Kshatriyas, Brahmins, Vaisyas (D) Kshatriyas, Vaisyas, Brahmins
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15. What is the characteristic feature of Narmada valley?
(A) Volcanic origin (B) Structural origin
(C) Glacial origin (D) Aeolian origin
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16. How many vestigial organs are possessed by human body?
(A) About 100 (B) About 200
(C) About 50 (D) About 75
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17. The release of pancreatic juice from the pancreas in a mammal is stimulated by–
(A) insulin hormone (B) secretin hormone
(C) trysin hormone (D) thyroxine hormone
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18. People recovering from long illness are often advised to include the alga Spirulina in their diet because it–
(A) makes the food easy to digest (B) is rich in proteins
(C) has antibiotic properties (D) restores intestinal micro flora
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19. What do you understand by the dual role of the Governor?
(A) Constitutional and real Executive
(B) Head of a State and head of government under certain circumstances
(C) Belonging to Central as well as State Executive
(D) Constitutional ruler and an agent of the Centre
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20. Which of the following is concerned with the regularity and economy of expenditure of government?
(A) Public Account Committee (B) Estimates Committees
(C) Business Advisory Committee (D) Committee on Offices of Profit
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21. One of the following is not the members of India's National Human Rights Commission–
(A) retired chief justice of Supreme Court of India
(B) retired or serving chief justice of a High Court
(C) a person with knowledge or practical experience of human rights
(D) leader of the opposition in the Lok Sabha
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22. The correct descending order of the given continents in terms of per capital availability of cultivable land is–
(A) Africa, Asia, South America, Australia (B) Australia, Africa, South America, Asia
(C) Asia, Australia, Africa, South America (D) South America, Asia, Australia, Africa
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23. The nearest town to Mecca in South West Asia is–
(A) Medina (B) Jeddah
(C) Jerusalem (D) Ankara
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24. Launched in the 50th year of India's independence, this plan focused on "Growth with Social Justice and Equity". The recession in international economy was held responsible for its failure. Which plan is being referred to?
(A) Eighth (B) Tenth
(C) Ninth (D) None of these
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25. Which Plan aimed at following regional approach, instead of a sectoral approach so as to bring down regional inequalities?
(A) Ninth (B) Eighth
(C) Tenth (D) Eleventh
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