Sunday, November 11, 2012

#036 ENGLISH SYNONYMS AND OWS MCQS

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1. Find the oddman out in the following synonyms: a) swindle b) con c) snarf d) haggle Ans.

2. Find the oddman out among the following synonyms: a) rig b) miscegenate c) cheat d) gerrymander Ans.

3. Find the oddman out in the following synonyms: a) milksop b) raddled c) milquetoast d) sissy Ans.

4. Find the oddman out in the following synonyms: a) pansy b) pantywaist c) sissy d) senescent Ans.

5. Find the oddman out in the following synonyms: a) squiggly b) curlicue c) matt d) wavy Ans.

6. Find the oddman out in the following synonyms: a) tike b) fry c) decrepit d) shaver Ans.

7. Identify the incorrect pair of synonyms: a) asinine, inane b) propitious, prosperous c) bestow, impart d) impute, demur Ans.

8. Identify the oddman-out among the following synonyms: a) cliff b) drop c) precipice d) spiff Ans.

9. Identify the oddman-out among the following synonyms: a) pandemonium b) bedlam c) integration d) chaos Ans.

10. Identify the word which is NOT NEAR in meaning to the word 'apocalyptic' : a) catastrophic b) disastrous c) subservient d) revelatory Ans.

11. Identify the word which is NOT NEAR in meaning to the word 'resuscitate' : a) revive b) vitiate c) animate d) invigorate Ans.

12. Select the best one word substitution for the following expression: A mood expressing contingencies and possibilities: a) objective b) unverifiable c) subjective d) subjunctive Ans.

13. Select the best one word substitution for the following expression: casserole of eggplant and ground lamb with onion and tomatoes bound with white sauce and beaten eggs: a) moussaka b) coquille c) ramekin d) adobo Ans.

14. Select the best one word substitution for the following expression characterized by lightness and insubstantiality, and as impalpable or intangible as air : a) ephemeral b) ethereal c) transient d) fugacious Ans.

15. Select the best one word substitution for the following expression dividing a voting area so as to give one's own party an unfair advantage: a) rig b) miscegenate c) straddle d) gerrymander Ans.

16. Select the best one word substitution for the following expression Drying a biological product like serum/tissue through a freezing process: a) lyophilize b) aerosolize c) caramelise d) ptyalize Ans.

17. Select the best one word substitution for the following expression Expel sputum from mouth: a) lyophilize b) aerosolize c) caramelise d) ptyalize Ans.

18. Select the best one word substitution for the following expression: taking place within the mind and modified by individual bias: a) objective b) unverifiable c) subjective d) subjunctive Ans.

19. Select the best one word substitution for the following expression: the quality of being honest and straightforward in attitude and speech: a) forthcomingness b) forthrightness c) facetiousness d) fugaciousness Ans.

20. Find the oddman out among the following synonyms: a) ascribe b) assign c) impute d) impugn Ans.

Monday, October 29, 2012

#035 Assorted English-Gk-Numeric Ability-Reasoning

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1. ABBREVIATIONS OF COMPUTERS - ADB refers to a) Android Digital Bridge b) Android Dongle Bridge c) Android Debug Bridge d) Android Data Bridge Ans.

2. ABBREVIATIONS of TELECOM - CDMA full form is a) Code Digital Module Access b) Code Division Multiple Access c) Code Division Module Access d) Computer Digital Module Access Ans.

3. ABBREVIATIONS of TELECOM - HSDPA full of the term used in data cards, is: a) High Speed Digital Packet Access b) High Speed Data Packet Access c) Hitec Special Data Packet Access d) Hyper Speed Data Packet Access Ans.

4. ABBREVIATIONS OF TELECOM - In SIMCARD, SIM full form is a) Subscriber Intermediate Module b) Subscriber Identification Module c) Subscriber Identity Module d) Subscriber Identify Modem Ans.

5. ABBREVIATIONS - UMTS is a) Universal Mobile Telecommunication System b) Unified Moble Telecommunication System c) Universal Motor Transport System d) Universal Mobile Transmission System Ans.

6. CHEMISTRY - MONOCLINIC, PLASTIC AND RHOMBIC SULPHURS are examples of a) isomers b) isotopes c) allotropes d) sulphides Ans.

7. ENGLISH SYNONYMS - Identify the word nearest in meaning to the word 'INDOLENT' : a) diligent b) faineant c) dextrous d) deft Ans.

8. INDIAN ECONOMICS - SOURCE OF FUNDS FOR INDIA'S INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS OF GOVERNMENT of INDIA : a) external borrowings b) internal borrowings c) taxes d) all Ans.

9. NUMERICAL ABILITY - 196 × 197 = ? : a) 38612 b) 36812 c) 31682 d) 36812 Ans.

10. PHYSICS - MONOCLINIC is a FORM associated with a) salts b) crystals c) alkalis d) metals Ans.

11. REASONING OF WORD CONSTRUCTION - If it is possible to make only one meaningful word with the Third, Seventh, Eighth and Tenth letters of the word COMPATIBILITY, which of the following would be the last letter of that word ? If no such word can be made, give ‘X’ as your answer. : a) I b) B c) L d) M Ans.

12. REASONING OF WORD CONSTRUCTION - number of meaningful three letter English words can be formed with the letters AER, using each letter only once: a) 1 b) 2 c) 3 d) 4 Ans.

13. TOURISM AND DEFENCE - country which is building a road to the base camp of Mount Everest: a) Bhutan b) china c) india d) pAkisthan Ans.

14. WORLD CURRENT AFFAIRS - WORLD'S LARGEST BOOK PUBLISHER 2012 is a) HarperCollins b) Bertelmanns AG c) Pearson d) Penguin Randomhouse Ans.

15. WORLD GEOGRAPHY - KIEL CANAL links BALTIC SEA with a) Caspian Sea b) Dead Sea c) North Sea d) Mediterranean Sea Ans.

16. WORLD GEOGRAPHY - ZIMBABWAY's FORMER NAME was a) congo b) somalia c) tanganikya d) rhodesia Ans.

17. WORLD GK - WEST BANK a/an is a) American Bank in Wall Street b) territory under dispute c) semen bank of intellectuals d) cloud data warehouse Ans.

18. WORLD SPACE RESEARCH - HUBBLE is a) spaceship b) satellite c) rocket d) telescope Ans.

19. WORLD SPACE RESEARCH - which of the following is not true about SPACEX CAPSULE? a) launched by Nasa b) private contracted venture c) carried hardware for International Space Station d) carried experimental animals and insects Ans.

20. REASONING OF POSITIONS - Potter is in the middle of a row of 26 students. Prakash is __th in the row. a) 13th b) 14th c) 13.5th d) either 13th or 14th Ans.

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

#024 assorted mcqs in English-GK-Reasoning


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1. REASONING OF NUMMERICAL CODES - In a code, RIPPLE is coded as 896625. SUPPER is coded as 916658. SUPPLE can be coded as: a) 916665 b) 916625 c) 816625 d) 816665 Ans.

2. REASONING OF NUMERICAL CODES - In a certain code ROMNEY is written as 102345. MONEY can be written as a) 02345 b) 30245 c) 24035 d) 20345 Ans.

3. REASONING OF ALPHABETICAL CODES - In a code MONKEY is coded as NLMQVB. BANK is coded as YZMQ. OBAMA can be coded as a) LYZNY b) LYZQZ c) LZNYZ d) LYZNZ Ans.

4. INTERNATIONAL COUNTRY GROUPS - which of the following is a MILITARY ALLIANCE : a) OIC b) OPEC c) NATO d) ASEAN Ans.

5. INDIAN WHO IS WHO - BACHCHENDRI PAL is FIRST INDIAN WOMAN a) olympic medal winner b) airforce pilot c) conquerer of Everest d) grandmaster Ans.

6. INDIAN SPACE RESEARCH - NOT AN OBJECTIVE OF CHANDRAYAN I : a) preparing a dimensional atlas of moon b) identifying minerals on moon c) chemical mapping of lunar surface d) establishing a satellite launching pad on moon Ans.

7. INDIAN PUBLIC DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM (PDS) - ADHAR CARD BASED PDS was FORMALLY INAUGURATED BY PRIME MINISTER AND CONGRESS PRESIDENT: in a) Andhra Pradesh b) rAjasthAn c) bIhar d) jhArkhanD Ans.

8. INDIAN LAW - __ certifies a bill, as a MONEY BILL: a) President b) PM c) Finance Minister d) Lok Sabha Speaker Ans.

9. INDIAN LAW AND JUSTICE - SUPREME COURT JUDGES retire at an age of a) 62 b) 63 c) 64 d) 65 Ans.

10. INDIAN HISTORY - FIRST INDIAN WOMAN to be elected as PRESIDENT OF U.N. GENERAL ASSEMBLY? a) Indira Gandhi b) Krishna hathi Singh c) Vijayalakshmi Pandit d) Sheila Dikshit Ans.

11. INDIAN GEOGRAPHY - TEHRI DAM is on the river a) bhAgIrathi b) brahmaputra c) zhelum d) mandAkini Ans.

12. INDIAN GEOGRAPHY - NOT AN INDIAN STEEL INDUSTRIAL CENTER: a) bokAro b) sAlboni c) bhilAi d) rAnchi Ans.

13. INDIAN GEOGRAPHY - NAINA DEVI PEAK is in a) Jammu and Kashmir b) uttarakhand c) nEpAl d) sikkim Ans.

14. INDIAN CONSTITUTION - ARITCLE 340 deals with __ Commission. a) BCs b) SCs c) STs d) Minorities Ans.

15. GLOBAL CURRENT AFFAIRS - WORLD DEVELOPMENT REPORT is published by a) UNESCO b) UNICEF c) UNCTAD d) World Bank Ans.

16. ENGLISH SYNONYMS - Identify the word nearest in meaning to CANTILLATION: a) notation b) recording c) recall d) chanting Ans.

17. ENGLISH ONE WORD SUBSTITUION - SCIENCE DEALING WITH BIRD LIFE: a) entomology b) ornithology c) aviary d) zymology Ans.

18. ENGLISH ONE WORD SUBSTITUION - MALICIOUS BURNING TO DESTROY PROPERTY in one word: a) inflammation b) incandescence c) incendiarism d) ipsedixitism Ans.

19. ECONOMICS - main determinant of REAL WAGE is a) overtime wages b) promotions c) purchasing power of money d) place of work Ans.

20. AGRICULTURE - which of the following is not a fertiliser? a) urea b) super phosphate c) aluminium phosphide d) DAP Ans.

Monday, October 22, 2012

#023 assorted mcqs on english-gk-numerical ability-reasoning


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1. INDIAN HISTORY - GURU ARJUN DEV was killed during the reign of a) akbar b) jahangir c) shajahan d) aurangzeb Ans.
2. INDIAN HISTORY - DILWARA TEMPLE was built by a) mahEndrapAla b) mahIpAla c) rAjyapAla d) tEjpAla Ans.
3. INDIAN HISTORY - AGRA'S MOTI MASJID was built by a) akbar b) jahangir c) shajahan d) aurangzeb Ans.
4. NUMERICAL ABILITY - TRAINS AND SPEEDS - a 100m. long train, running at 60kmph crosses a 140m. long bridge in __ secs.  a) 240 b) 120 c) 144 d) 60 Ans.
5. INDIAN SPORTS - SOMDEV BARMAN is associated with a) badminton b) table tennis c) tennis d) snooker Ans.
6. REASONING - a bag contains 20 red, 20 green and 20 blue balls, total 60 balls.   What should be the minimum number of balls we must pick up BLINDFOLD, if we are to have at least a dozen balls of each color? a) 20 b) 24 c) 60 d) 52 Ans.
7. REASONING - identify the missing fraction in the series: 2/3, 3/2, 3/4, ..., 4/5, 5/4, 5/6, 6/5. :  a) 4/2 b) 4/3 c) 3/5 d) 5/3 Ans.
8. NUMERICAL ABILITY - VEHICLES AND DISTANCES - A bus travels from Guntur to Bapatla in 80 minutes.  Its first quarter ran at a speed of 36 kmph.  Second quarter ran at a speed of 52 kmph.  Third quarter ran at a speed of 44 kmph.  Last quarter ran at a speed of 72 kmph.  What is the distance between Guntur and bApaTla?  a) 49 b) 50 c) 51 d) 52 Ans.
9. GEOMETRY - sides of ABC triangle have a ratio of 2:3:4. It is a) obtuse angled b) acute c) right-angled d) none Ans.
10. ENGLISH - NOT a SYNONYM of the word CONFRONTATION a) encounter b) show down c) face-lift d) face-off Ans.
11. SPACE RESEARCH - country trying to launch a satellite for studying SUN : a) China b) Russia c) France d) U.S.A. Ans.
12. HORTICULTURE - NOT A PLANTATION CROP a) coconut b) oil palm c) coffee d) groundnut Ans.
13. DAYS AND YEARS - INTERNATIONAL LITERATURE DAY is observed on a) Sept. 8 b) Oct. 8 c) Nov. 8 d) Dec.8 Ans.
14. WORLD SPORTS - 18th SAFETY OLYMPICS were held at a) Beijing b) London c) Seoul d) Sydney Ans.
15. INDIAN WHO IS WHO - YASH CHOPRA who died in OCT 2012 was a/an a) film producer b) film actor c) film cameraman d) Dada sAheb FAlke award winner Ans.
16. WORLD HISTORY - CHINA resolved its border dispute with a) India b) Japan c) Korea d) Russia Ans.
17. INTERNATIONAL SPORTS - AGAKHAN TROPHY is associated with : a) Basket ball b) cricket c) hockey d) football Ans.
18. INTERNATIONAL BOOKS AND AUTHORS - author of the book THE OTHER SIDE OF MIDNIGHT : a) Hemingway b) Katherine Mayo c) Salman Rushdie d) Sydney Sheldon Ans.
19. REASONING OF RELATIONSHIPS - P said, “Q’s father is the only brother of my sister’s son.” How is Q’s father related to P ?: a) brother b) cousin c) nephew d) uncle Ans.
20. REASONING based on CHANGE OF DIGITS IN NUMBERS - 945 189 352 894 805.  If the first and second digits of these numbers, are interchanged and arranged in ascending order, which will be the middle number? a) 945 b) 189 c) 352 d) 894 Ans.

#022 assorted mcqs in english-gk-numerical ability


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1. BIOLOGY - an exception to the Cell Theory a) bacteria b) fungi c) lichen d) virus Ans.
2. ENGLISH SENTENCE ERROR DETECTION - Identify the part, in which there is an error:  a) Them were quite b) when the teacher c) entered the class d) without prior information. Ans.
3. ENGLSIH SENTENCE ERROR DETECTION - a) Anemia may occur owing b) to deficiency of c) hemoglobin in a person’s blood. d) No Error Ans.
4. INDIAN BOOKS AND AUTHORS - __ wrote kirAtArjunIyam. a) bhAravi b) bhavabhUti c) bhAsa d) bANabhat Ans.
5. INDIAN FORESTS - Not a TIGER RESERVE a) kanha b) kAziranga c) sariska d) sunderbans Ans.
6. INDIAN FREEDOM MOVEMENT - First MUSLIM PRESIDENT OF INDIAN NATIONAL CONGRESS a) Mohammed Ali jinna b) badruddin tayyabji c) Sir Syed Ahmed Khan d) Abul kalAm AzAd Ans.
7. INDIAN HISTORY - __ completed QUTUB MINAR. a) Qutubuddin Aibak b) Iltutmish c) bAlban d) rajia sultAna Ans.
8. INDIAN SPORTS - __ can get us SUBROTO CUP. a) Cricket b) Football c) Hockey d) Golf Ans.
9. NUMERICAL ABILITY - A canteen needs 812 kg. of rice in February 2012.  How many kg. of rice does it need in the last quarter of 2013? a) 4316 b) 4136 c) 3416 d) 3146 Ans.
10. NUMERICAL ABILITY - A CIRCULAR STADIUM has a CIRCUMFERENCE OF 484 meters.  Its AREA is a) 18634 sqmt b) 16834 sqmt c) 13684 sqmt d) 18364 sqmt Ans.
11. PHYSICS - 'g' will be highest at a) below sea b) equator c) poles d) everest's top Ans.
12. PHYSICS - PHYSICAL QUANTITY not defined in terms of FORCE PER UNIT AREA: a) pressure b) strain c) stress d) Young's modulus Ans.
13. WORLD COMMERCE - JUSCO is a famous FOOD AND DRUG STORE of a) Australia b) Britain c) Japan d) U.S.A. Ans.
14. WORLD GEOGRAPHY - BLACK MOUNTAIN a) Alps b) Andes c) Himalayas d) Rocky Ans.
15. WORLD GEOGRAPHY - DEEPEST LAKE in the world: a) Baikal b) Caspian c) Superior d) Victoria Ans.
16. WORLD HISTORY - Ms. KIM CAMPBELL is the FIRST WOMAN PRIME MINISTER of a) Canada b) Chile c) Congo d) New Zealand Ans.
17. DIAGNOSTICS - ECG shows the functioning of a) brain b) heart c) lungs d) kidneys Ans.
18. HEALTH AND PHARMACOLOGY - ASPIRIN has the chemical name a) acetylsalicylic acid b) alkyl salicylic acid c) hydroxisalicylate d) methyl salicylate Ans.
19. NUMERICAL ABILITY - SUM OF 5 CONSECUTIVE NUMBERS is 220.  Middle number is a) 40 b) 42 c) 44 d) 46 Ans.
20. NUMERICAL ABILITY - SUM OF 5 CONSECUTIVE EVEN NUMBERS is 220.  Middle number is a) 40 b) 42 c) 44 d) 46 Ans.

Sunday, October 21, 2012

#021 assorted mcqs in gk-english-numerical ability-reasoning


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1. BOOKS AND AUTHORS - SURJIT PATAR writes in a) hindi b) punjAbi c) gujarAti d) assAmese Ans.
2. DAYS AND YEARS - PRAVASI BHARATIYA DIVAS is observed on a) 9th Jan. b) 9th Feb. c) 9th Mar. d) 9th Apr. Ans.
3. DISCOVERERS AND INVENTORS - first person to reach NORTH POLE a) AmunDsen b) Captain Scot c) Robert Peary d) Magillan Ans.
4. ENGLISH ANTONYMS - TENUOUS - antonym is a) flimsy  b) important  c) impending  d) impudent Ans.
5. ENGLISH SENTENCE CONSTRUCTION SYNTAX - When the P. the party realized that Q. elections were over R. in the assembly S. it had lost its majority.  Correct sequence: a) PSQR b) QPSR c) PSRQ d) QRPS Ans.
6. ENGLISH SYNONYMS - FELINE - word nearest in meaning is: a) girl-like b) bear-like c) cat-like d) ferocious Ans.
7. GEOGRAPHY - LONGEST DAY IN NORTHERN HEMISPHERE a) June 21 b) Sep 21 c) Dec 21 d) Mar 21 Ans.
8. GEOGRAPHY - MARBLE is __ rock. a) igneous b) metamorphic c) sedimentary d) volcanic Ans.
9. INDIAN COMMERCE - TCS is the leader in a) Textiles b) Mining c) Pharma d) none of these Ans.
10. INDIAN DEFENCE - AGNI, BRAHMOS, NAG AND PINAKA are a) frigates b) yakyak guns c) missiles d) satellites Ans.
11. INDIAN ECONOMICS - SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONES are expected to 1. promote exports 2. attract foreign investments 3. facilitate balanced regional development 4. help tribal development. a) 1 only b) 1 and 2 only c) 1,2 and 3 d) all Ans.
12. INDIA'S FOREIGN RELATIONS - Indian fishermen face frequent arrests from a) bangla desh b) pakisthan c) srilanka d) myanmar Ans.
13. INDIA's FOREIGN TRADE - INDIA's top TRADING PARTNER : a) Britain b) China c) Russia d) U.S.A. Ans.
14. INSTITUTIONS AND HEADQUARTERS - International Postal Union has its HQ at: a) Berne b) berlin c) bruxelles d) burmingham Ans.
15. INTERNATIONAL TREATIES - INDUS WATER TREATY , India has with a) Afghanistan b) China c) Pakistan d) Iran Ans.
16. NUMERICAL ABILITY - 441 / 21 = 9261 / ? : a) 421 b) 441 c) 461 d) 481 Ans.
17. NUMERICAL ABILITY - 46853 - 39746 = ? - 4446 a) 11553 b) 12563 c) 11543 d) 12543 Ans.
18. REASONING - EXCAVATOR is to a building as DREDGER is to a a) ship b) sea c) water d) port Ans.
19. REASONING - GOD is to DOG as TAR is to a) art b) road c) rat d) Government Ans.
20. WORLD HISTORY - FIRST WORLD WAR started in a) 1914 b) 1916 c) 1918 d) 1920 Ans.

Saturday, October 20, 2012

#020 assorted mcqs on general awareness

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1. ABBREVIATIONS - INTERPOL full form is : a) International Political Organisation b) International Police Organisation c) International Public Organisations d) International Peoples Organisation Ans.
2. AWARDS AND PRIZES - COUNTRY which awards NOBEL : a) Denmark b) Finland c) Norway d) Sweden Ans.
3. AWARDS AND PRIZES - FIRST INDIAN TO WIN NOBEL a) Raman b) Tagore c) Khorana d) Amartya Sen Ans.
4. DAYS AND YEARS - NO TOBACCO DAY is observed on a) 28th Feb. b) 31st March c) 30th April d) 31st May Ans.
5. DEVELOPMENTAL ECONOMICS - BHARAT NIRMAN PROJECT builds INFRASTRUCTURE in a) rural areas only b) urban areas only c) both rural and urban areas d) rural areas adjoining Metros Ans.
6. DEVELOPMENTAL ECONOMICS - INTEGRATED WASTELAND DEVELOPMENT PROJECT (IWDP) is monitored by Ministry of a) agriculture b) environment c) tribal development d) rural development Ans.
7. INDIAN CONSTITUTION - the number of LANGUAGES IN EIGHTH SCHEDULE, as at 2012 : a) 20 b) 21 c) 22 d) 23 Ans.
8. INDIAN GEOGRAPHY - AJANTA is famous for a) sculpture b) temples c) paintings d) diamonds Ans.
9. INDIAN GEOGRAPHY - HIMACHAL PRADESH grows TEA in a) kAngra b) simla c) manDi d) sOlan Ans.
10. INDIAN GEOGRAPHY - HOGENAKKAL DRINKING WATER PROJECT is being built in a) A.P. b) karnATaka c) kErala d) TAmil nADu Ans.
11. INDIAN GEOGRAPHY - SRIHARIKOTA is noted for a) tsunamis b) missile launching c) oceanographic experiments d) satellites Ans.
12. INDIAN HISTORY - CHANAKYA was the Prime Minister of a) Maurya Chandra Gupta b) candra gupta I c) candra gupta 2 d) kanishka Ans.
13. INDIAN HISTORY - SIKHISM was founded by a) Guru Arjun Dev b) Guru gOvind Singh c) Guru nAnak d) guru rAmdAs Ans.
14. INSTITUTIONS AND ORGANISATIONS - FIPB does a) information processing b) investment promotion c) industrial planning d) infrastructure planning Ans.
15. LAWS AND REGULATIONS - FEMA is concerned with a) films and entertainment b) french and english c) foreign exchange d) futures exchanges Ans.
16. NUMERICAL ABILITY - Insert the missing number: 16, 33, 65, 131, 261, (....) a) 523 b) 521 c) 613 d) 721 Ans.
17. ONE WORD SUBSTITUION :  a person who is uninterested in intellectual pursuits a) philanderer b) philanthropist c) philistine d) philatelist Ans.
18. WORLD CURRENT AFFAIRS - PRINT EDITIONS of __ are facing closure. a) New York Times b) Times c) Newsweek d) Washington Post Ans.
19. WORLD GEOGRAPHY - LONGEST RAILWAY LINE IN THE WORLD: a) Trans Australian b) Trans Canadian c) Trans Siberian d) Trans Chinese Ans.
20. ZOOLOGY - ANIMAL LIVING ON LAND AND WATER a) ambivalent b) amphibian c) amphibole d) ambidextrous Ans.

#019 20 mcqs on GENERAL AWARENESS


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1. AWARDS AND PRIZES - which of the following relates to LITERATURE a) drONAcArya b) bhaTnAgar c) Pulitzer d) Borlog Ans.
2. BOOKS AND AUTHORS - author of LONG WALK TO FREEDOM a) mArTin lUther king b) nelson manDElA c) obAma d) mahatma gAndhi Ans.
3. BOOKS AND AUTHORS - author of the book SUNNY DAYS: a) sachin b) dravid c) gavaskar d) sundeep patil Ans.
4. CURRENT AFFAIRS - HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION OF INDIA CHAIR PERSON 2012: a) swaminathan b) balakrishnan c) kapadia d) katzu Ans.
5. DAYS AND YEARS - HIROSHIMA DAY is observed on a) 6th Aug. b) 6th Sep. c) 6th Oct. d) 6th Nov. Ans.
6. FOREIGN AFFAIRS - LARGEST SELLER OF ARMS TO INDIA: a) U.S.A. b) britain c) france d) israel Ans.
7. INDIAN AGRICULTURE - NOT A CASHEW GROWING STATE: a) A.P. b) Maharashtra c) kErala d) uttar pradesh Ans.
8. INDIAN AWARDS - NOT a GALLANTRY AWARD a) visishTha sEvA medal b) parama vIra cakra c) ashOk cakra d) sarasvati sammAn Ans.
9. INDIAN DEFENCE - SUKHOYS are __planes. a) unmanned b) stealth c) fighter d) reconnoissance. Ans.
10. INDIAN ECONOMICS - BOP deals with a) taxation b) foreign exchange c) growth d) infrastructure Ans.
11. INDIAN ECONOMICS - BUDGET DEFICIT should NOT exceed __% of GDP, as per FRBM Act. a) 2% b) 5% c) 8% d) 10% Ans.
12. INDIAN ECONOMICS - FRBM ACT concerns a) personnel b) budgets c) defence d) telecom Ans.
13. INDIAN ECONOMICS - INSURANCE in INDIA is regulated by a) SEBI b) IRDA c) RBI d) CLB Ans.
14. INDIAN ECONOMICS - SENSEX is managed at a) Ahmedabad Stock Exchange b) Bombay Stock Exchange c) Kolkata Stock Exchange d) National Stock Exchange Ans.
15. INDIAN PLANNING - 11TH PLAN ended in a) 2008-09 b) 2009-10 c) 2010-11 d) 2011-12 Ans.
16. INDIAN SPORTS - ranjI Trophy is associated with a) foot ball b) hockey c) cricket d) tennis Ans.
17. INDIAN SPORTS - SAINA NEHWAL plays a) basket ball b) badminton c) chess d) tennis Ans.
18. PRESIDENT OF INDIA - Mr. Pranab Mukherjee is India's __th President. a) 13th b) 14th c) 15th d) 16th Ans.
19. WELFARE ECONOMICS - IGNOAPS deals with a) prices b) pensions c) poverty d) pollusion Ans.
20. WELFARE ECONOMICS - SWADHAR helps a) child labor b) lonely women c) physically challenged d) hiv children Ans.

#018 20 MCQs on INDIAN HISTORY AND CULTURE


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1. INDIAN HISTORY - AURANGZEB's son who took shelter with MARATHAS a) akbar b) azam c) kam baksh d) muazzam Ans.
2. INDIAN HISTORY - AURANGZEB was said to have mastered a) flute b) sitar c) tabla d) vINa Ans.
3. INDIAN HISTORY - CHENGIZ KHAN'S contemporary : a) allauddin khilji b) bAlban c) bAbar d) iltutmish Ans.
4. INDIAN HISTORY -  ___ confirm that LUMBINI was the birth place of BUDDHA : a) Asoka's inscription b) paintings in Ajanta Caves c) Samudra Gupta's Allahabad inscription  d) Huen tsang's writings Ans.
5. INDIAN HISTORY - DEVA GUPTA was another name of a) Maurya Chandra Gupta b) Chandra Gupta I c) Chandra Gupta II d) Samudra Gupta Ans.
6. INDIAN HISTORY - DHARMA CHAKRA JINA VIHARA was built at a) Bodh Gaya b) srAvaNa beLagoLa c) lumbini d) sArAnAth Ans.
7. INDIAN HISTORY - DIVAN MANIRAM DATTA led INDIA'S FIRST STRUGGLE FOR INDEPENDENCE 1857, in a) assAm b) bengal c) chattIsgarh d) delhi Ans.
8. INDIAN HISTORY - __DYNASTY assigned high ranking positions to women : a) maurya b) gupta c) cALukya d) pAla Ans.
9. INDIAN HISTORY - earliest evidence of agriculture in Indian sub-continent : a) Harappa b) Lothal c) Mehrgarh d) Mundigak Ans.
10. INDIAN HISTORY - FIRST EUROPEANS TO COLONISE INDIA a) British b) Dutch c) French d) Portuguese Ans.
11. INDIAN HISTORY - HUB OF INDIAN CULTURE during LATER VEDIC PERIOD was a) anga, magadha b) kosala, videha c) kuru, panchala d) matsya, surasena Ans.
12. INDIAN HISTORY - INDIAN MIRROR 1861 was published from a) Agra b) bombay c) calcutta d) Delhi Ans.
13. INDIAN HISTORY - INDIAN NATIONAL CONGRESS 1885's FIRST VENUE was a) Agra b) bombay c) calcutta d) Delhi Ans.
14. INDIAN HISTORY - LAND REVENUE EXPERT during MOGHUL PERIOD a) mAn Singh b) tODarmal c) bhArmal d) bhagwAn dAs Ans.
15. INDIAN HISTORY - MUSICIAN WRITER RAJPUT KING ; a) rANA pratAp b) kumbha rANA c) jasvant singh d) rAjA mAn Singh Ans.
16. INDIAN HISTORY - __ opposed CHAMPARAN SATYAGRAHA (bIhAr): a) paTEl b) rAjEndra prasAd c) tAgOre d) gAndhi Ans.
17. INDIAN HISTORY - PESHWAS started dominating the MARATHA ADMIN. during the reign of a) bAlAjI rAo b) bAlAjI viSvanAth c) bAjI rAo I d) mAdhav rAO I Ans.
18. INDIAN HISTORY - RIGVEDIC PERIOD - NISKA was an ornament of a) arm b) ear c) neck d) wrist Ans.
19. INDIAN HISTORY - SURENDRANATH BANERJEE founded __. a) Congress b) Indian Association c) brAhmo samAj d) East India Association Ans.
20. INDIAN HISTORY - WATER MANAGEMENT in GIRNAR REGION - initiated by a) Maurya Chandra Gupta b) Samudra Gupta c) Chandra Gupta 2 d) Harsha Ans.

Monday, April 9, 2012

One Word substitution - Adjectives ending with 'itic' ,20 mcqs

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1. Approach of believing that God created the Universe: a) deistic b) drastic c) dysphemistic d) domestic e) a.^

2. Approach of substituting a harsher or distasteful term for a mild one: a) deistic b) drastic c) dysphemistic d) domestic e) c.^

3. Approach of using ethical principles in resolving moral problems: a) casuistic b) chauvinistic c) cabalistic d) cystic e) a.^

4. Caring about one's own self : a) ecclesiastic b) egostic c) egotistic d) euphemstic e) b.^

5. Characteristics of objects moving under their own momentum and gravity: a) ballistic b) bombastic c) biotic d) bullimic e) a.^

6. Having a hidden or secret meaning: a) casuistic b) chauvinistic c) cabalistic d) cystic e) c.^

7. Having tendencies to teach one's own self: a) agnostic b) accoustic c) autodidactic d) agonistic e) c.^

8. Ostentatiously lofty in style: a) ballistic b) bombastic c) biotic d) bullimic e) b.^

9. Pertaining to an attitude of self-conceited arrogance: a) ecclesiastic b) egostic c) egotistic d) euphemstic e) c.^

10. Pertaining to Church: a) ecclesiastic b) egostic c) egotistic d) euphemstic e) a.^

11. Pertaining to one's own country: a) deistic b) drastic c) dysphemistic d) domestic e) d.^

12. Quality of being extremely forceful and rigorous: a) deistic b) drastic c) dysphemistic d) domestic e) b.^

13. Quality of persons convinced of the superiority of their own gender or kind: a) casuistic b) chauvinistic c) cabalistic d) cystic e) b.^

14. Relating to bladders and sacs developing in body tissues: a) casuistic b) chauvinistic c) cabalistic d) cystic e) d.^

15. Relating to living organisms: a) ballistic b) bombastic c) biotic d) bullimic e) c.^

16. Relating to physical properties of sound: a) agnostic b) accoustic c) autodidactic d) agonistic e) b.^

17. Striving to win arguments and contests: a) agnostic b) accoustic c) autodidactic d) agonistic e) d.^

18. Substituting a mild term for a harsher or distasteful one : a) ecclesiastic b) egostic c) egotistic d) euphemstic e) d.^

19. Suffering from binge-eating syndrome: a) ballistic b) bombastic c) biotic d) bullimic e) d.^

20. Uncertain of all claims to knowledge: a) agnostic b) accoustic c) autodidactic d) agonistic e) a.^

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