GK Part – 2 Questions For SSC Stenographer
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Question 1: The World Health Organization is established in the year?
Question 2: Which are the three sessions of the Parliament of India?
a) New Year Session, Summer Session and Winter Session
b) Budget Session, Diwali Session and Winter Session
c) Budget Session, Monsoon Session and Winter Session
d) Summer Session, Monsoon Session and Winter Session
e) Spring Session, Summer Session and Winter Session
Question 3: What is Article 356 of Indian Constitution?
a) Provision of special status to the state of Manipur.
b) Provision of special status to the state of J & K.
c) Suspension of Financial autonomy to a state.
d) Provision of special status to the state of Arunachal.
e) Imposition of President’s Rule after the suspension of a state government.
Question 4: Arrange these historical events in the order of their occurrence: 1. Introduction of Ryotwari System in India
2. Vernacular Press Act
3. Permanent settlement of Bengal
4. Introduction of Rowlatt Act
a) iii, i, ii, iv
b) i, ii, iv, iii
c) i, iii, ii, iv
d) i, iii, iv, ii
e) iii, ii, i, iv
Question 5: Which of the following liquids demonstrates a convex meniscus when confined within a glass tube?
a) Water in an anomalous expansion state between 0-4° C
b) Water at room temperature
c) Olive oil
Question 6: Which of the following is a winter game which is very similar to Ice Hockey and is often considered as the national sport of Russia?
Question 7: Which of the following countries is the largest source of imports to India as on 31st March 2018?
d) Saudi Arabia
Question 8: The name of this dance and the name of the community that performs this dance is the same. It is a Rajasthani folk dance and the intricate dance movements mimic the movement of snakes. Which dance are we talking about?
a) Lambadi dance
b) Kalbelia dance
c) Chhau dance
d) Phag dance
e) Bihu dance
Question 9: Republic of Armenia is a UN member state but is not recognized by one of the UN member states. Identify the state.
Question 10: Viacom18 is a popular entertainment network of India. Which of these channels does not belong to Viacom18?
e) Disney International
Question 11: What is the common name of the acidic combination of nitric acid and hydrochloric acid that can actually dissolve metals like gold and platinum?
a) Aqua Pura
b) Aqua Regia
c) Aqua Fina
d) Auro Dissolvo
e) Aqua Aura
Question 12: Which of the mobile service providers is going to launch GigaFiber broadband?
Question 13: Which of the following countries is not a member of Union of European Football Association (UEFA)?
Question 14: The prestigious Horlicks brand of GlaxoSmithKline has been recently brought over by another mega FMCG brand. Name the buyer company.
e) Hindustan Unilever
Question 15: Of the five people listed below, four are Managing Directors and one is the Chairman of the State Bank of India (SBI) as of October 2018. Who among the five is the Chairman of SBI?
a) Rajnish Kumar
b) Arijit Basu
c) PK Gupta
d) Dinesh Kumar Khara
e) Anshula Kant
Question 16: Of the five members listed from the erstwhile royal families of Kerala, one was a nationally known painter and artist. In his name, every year the government of Kerala award people for their excellence in the field of art and culture. Name this painter.
a) Marthanda Varma
b) Chitra Thirunal
c) Avittom Thirunal
d) Sree Mulam Thirunal
e) Raja Ravi Varma
Question 17: According to the World Bank, which country is the highest recipient of remittances?
Question 18: Sequence these four rivers in terms of their point of meeting the Bay of Bengal from north to south (i.e. from Kolkata down southwards to Kanyakumari).
a) Mahanadi, Krishna, Godavari, Cauvery
b) Mahanadi, Godavari, Krishna, Cauvery
c) Krishna, Godavari, Mahanadi, Cauvery
d) Godavari, Krishna, Mahanadi, Cauvery
e) Mahanadi, Godavari, Cauvery, Krishna
Question 19: Name the Indian saint who wrote ‘Autobiography of a Yogi’.
a) Satya Sai Baba
b) Swami Abhedananda
c) Sri Aurobindo
d) Paramhansa Yogananda
e) Hanuman Das Baba
Question 20: Name the Russian leader whose name is synonymous with the two reforms of Glasnost and Perestroika.
a) Yuri Andropov
b) Leonid Brezhnev
c) Konstantin Chernenko
d) Boris Yeltsin
e) Mikhail Gorbachev
Question 21: The ‘Kyoto Protocol’ which was adopted in 1997 by several countries in Kyoto, Japan focusses on which of the following aspects?
a) Climate Change
b) Repatriation of criminals
e) Free Trade Agreements
Question 22: Name the two countries with which India has inked agreements to enable the successful mission called ‘Gaganyaan’ that is slated for 2022.
a) USA and China
b) UK and USA
c) France and Russia
d) USA and France
e) Russia and China
Question 23: Name the European country that signed a pact with India in March 2018 to deepen the cooperation in the field of environment management. The deal also affirms a commitment to fight climate change.
Question 24: Name the city which was the capital of the ‘undivided’ Assam state immediately after independence.
Question 25: The Mumbai Interbank Bid Rate (MIBID) and the Mumbai Interbank Offer Rate (MIBOR) are yardsticks that control which of the following financial markets?
a) FOREX markets
b) Commodities markets
c) Derivatives market
d) Insurance market
e) Call Money market
Question 26: Which of the following countries does not border the Mediterranean Sea?
Question 27: Kaldan transport project is between India and _____.
Question 28: Which of the following was the fifth country to join BRICS ?
b) South Africa
d) Sri Lanka
Question 29: ‘My Country My Life’ is written by _____
a) Raghav Bahal
b) Lal Krishna Advani
c) Mamta Banerjee
d) Meira Kumar
Question 30: Which film has been awarded with Best film on Social issue in 64th National film Awards.
d) JOlly L.L.B. 2
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1) Answer (C)
The World Health Organization (WHO) is a specialized agency of the United Nations that is concerned with international public health. It was established on 7 April 1948, and is headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland.
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