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Question 1: Which of the following is a South Indian dance style?
Question 2: Under which dynasty in Andhra, the non-Brahmanisation of religion and politics was culminated ?
a) Vengi Chalukyas
Question 3: Which literary work is of utmost importance for the social and cultural history of Satavahanas ?
a) Aitareya Brahmana
d) Gathasaptasati of Hala
Question 4: The 1857 first war of Independence is also called __________.
a) Salt Satyagraha
b) Quit India Movement
c) Civil Disobedience
d) Indian Mutiny
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Question 5: The Uber Cup, also known as World Team Championships for Women, is related to which of the following sports?
Question 6: Sardar Patel Stadium, in Ahmedabad with more than 1 lakh seating capacity is for the sport of ….
Question 7: Goodluck Jonathan was the President of
a) South Africa
e) None of these
Question 8: The Narendra Mandal or Chamber of Princes was inaugurated in 1921 by
a) Lord Curzon
b) Lord Wellesley
c) Duke of Cannaught
d) Duke of Wellingdon
Question 9: Which is the biggest ocean in the world?
a) Pacific Ocean
b) Atlantic Ocean
c) Indian Ocean
d) Arctic Ocean
Question 10: Buddha Nullah Canal serves which Indian state?
d) Jammu and Kashmir
Question 11: Which lines join the regions of equal snow?
Question 12: The powers, privileges and immunities of either House of Parliament and of its Committees and Members have mainly been laid down in article _______ of the Constitution of India.
Question 13: After rice, which is the largest agricultural product by value produced in India?
c) Buffalo milk
d) Chemical fertilizers
Question 14: According to the MSMED Act, the maximum limit of investment in a small scale industry is
a) 25 crore
b) 50 crore
c) 10 crore
d) 75 crore
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Question 15: In the central government budget, the annual financial statement shows:
a) The estimated money that has been earned by the State Government of India
b) The estimated receipts and expenditures of the Government of India
c) The estimated money that has been spent by the Zilla Parishad
d) The estimated receipts and expenditures of the individual states
Question 16: What does Buffer stock mean?
a) A barrier on stock creation when surpluses available
b) A reserve of commodities used to offset the deficit
c) A focus on the production of one specific variety when there is a deficit
d) A preventive measure to stop the excessive distribution
Question 17: Which is one of the factors of subsistence used to measure the Poverty Line in India?
Question 18: Who is the author of the book ‘Becoming’?
Question 19: Which of the following awards is annually given by the Government of India for lifetime contribution to Indian cinema?
a) Tansen Samman
b) Dadasaheb Phalke Award
c) Filmfare Award
d) National Film Award
e) IFA Award
Question 20: Which of the following is not an internet browser?
Question 21: Mammary glands in mammals to feed their young ones are modified … glands.
Question 22: Who Invented LCD Projector?
a) Gene Dolgoff
b) Brendan Eich
c) Douglas Engelbart
d) Federico Faggin
Question 23: Who invented the contact lens?
a) Enrico Fermi
b) Adolf Gaston Eugen Fick
c) Sandford Fleming
d) Benoit Fourneyron
Answers & Solutions:
1) Answer (A)
2) Answer (D)
3) Answer (D)
4) Answer (D)
5) Answer (B)
6) Answer (A)
7) Answer (B)
8) Answer (C)
9) Answer (A)
10) Answer (C)
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11) Answer (D)
12) Answer (D)
13) Answer (A)
14) Answer (C)
15) Answer (B)
16) Answer (B)
17) Answer (B)
18) Answer: Michelle Obama
19) Answer (B)
The Dadasaheb Phalke Award is India’s highest award in cinema given annually by the Government of India for lifetime contribution to Indian cinema. The Award is given to prominent personality from the Indian film industry, noted and respected for significant contributions to Indian cinema.
20) Answer (D)
21) Answer (A)
22) Answer (A)
23) Answer (B)
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