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  1. What is 'Reformation': The revolt against the authority of Pope
  2. What is the currency of Saudi Arabia: Riyal
  3. Burns caused of steams are much more severe than those caused by boiling water because: Steam has Latent Heat
  4. Muddy water is treated with Alum in purification process, it is termed as: Coagulation
  5. SIDBI stands for: Small Industries Development Bank of India
  6. Which one among the following industries is the maximum consumer of water in India: Thermal Power
  7. Which one among the following is the sweetest sugar: Fructose
  8. Bangladesh was created in: 1971
  9. India's first Nobel Prize was given for: Literature
  10. Gandhiji's famous Quit India Movement call to British was given in: 1942
  11. NABARD stands for: National Bank for Agriculture and Development
  12. Reverse transcription was discovered by: Temin & Baltimore
  13. Who of the following has given the term rhizosphere: Hiltner
  14. Reserve Bank of India was nationalised in: 1949
  15. Who was the first speaker of the Lok-Sabha: G.V. Mavalankar
  16. In which year was the Indian National Congress formed: 1885
  17. Microbial degradation of nitrates into atmospheric nitrogen is known as: Denitrification
  18. Voting is: The process by which voters exercise their right to vote
  19. The one rupee note bears the signature of: Secretary, Ministry of Finance
  20. Who initiated the movement to form the Indian National Congress: A.O. Hume
  21. The metal ion present in Vitamin B12 is: Cobalt 
  22. A computer executes a program in the sequence of: Fetch,Decode,Execute
  23. Which of the following particle has the dual nature of particle wave: Electron
  24. Day and Night are equal at the: Equator
  25. Ultra purification of metals are done by:Smelting
  26. Best way to conserve our water resources: Sustainable water utilization ,Encouragement of natural regeneration of vegetation ,Rain water harvesting >All of the options mentioned here 
  27. Raja Rammohan Roy was the founder of: Brahmo Samaj
  28. The best milch breed in the world is:Holstein Friesians
  29. Which among the following is a folk dance of India: Kathakali>

  • Pulses are obtained from the family: Leguminosae
  • Swaraj is my Birth Right and I shall have it. This was advocated by :Lokmanya Tilak
  • Evergreen type Forests are found in: Equatorial Region
  • The layer of atmosphere close to the earth’s surface is called: Troposphere
  • Which of the following is in the ascending order of Data hierarchy : Bit-Byte-Field-Record-File-Database
  • Radioactivity was discovered by: Becqueral
  • The two specific heats of gases are related by: Cp-Cv=Rj
  • An enzyme produced by HIV that allows the integration of HIV DNA into the host cell’s DNA is: Integrase
  • Which of the following plant shows chloroplast dimorphism: Sugercane
  • The ash-grey soils of high- latitude coniferous forests are known as:Podsol
  • Granit, quartzite areas have upstanding look because: These rocks are resistance to all type of erosion
  • Which of the following options correctly explains the term ‘heat budget’: It is the balance between the incoming and outgoing rediation
  • Which of the following is called the Light House of the Mediterranean: Stromboli of Sicily
  • Choose the correct option which represents the arrangement of atmospheric layers: Troposphere, Stratosphere,Mesosphere,Ionosphere,Ecosphere
  • Who was the first Indian Woman President of the United Nations General Assembly: Vijaya Laximi Pandit
  • Constitutional Monarchy means: The King exercises power as granted by constitution
  • What is plural voting system: Candidates themselves caste more than one vote
  • What is popular sovereignty:Sovereignty of Peoples representative
  • Surplus budget is recommended during: Boom
  • Economic profit or normal profit is the same as: Net Profit
  • Remaining Questions are under evaluation and the same will be published soon....

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