GENERAL KNOWLEDGE 20-20 (03.12.2023)

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Q.1 Of the blood groups A, B, AB and O, which one is transfused into a person whose blood group is A?

A. Group A only

B. Group B only

C. Group A and O

D. Group AB only

Ans: (C)

Q.2 Mishra Dhatu Nigam Limited (MIDHANI) was established in

A. 1958

B. 1964

C. 1973

D. 1988

Ans: (C)

Q.3 National Anthem was first sung on

A. December 27, 1911 during the Indian National Congress Session at Calcutta

B. January 24, 1950 by the Constituent Assembly of India

C. January 26, 1959 by the Government of India

D. None of the above

Ans: (A)

Q.4  Karl Marx’s ideology advocated

A. a classed unique society

B. a united society

C. a classed society

D. None of the above

Ans: (C)

Q.5 The headquarter of European Court of Justice (ECJ) are situated at

A. Paris

B. Luxembourg

C. Strasbourg (France)

D. San Jose, Costa Rica

Ans: (B)

Q.6  Which of the following chemicals is useful in photography?

A. Aluminium hydroxide

B. Potassium nitrate

C. Silver bromide

D. Sodium chloride

Ans: (C)

Q.7 Leonardo da Vinci

A. was a great Italian painter, sculptor and architect

B. got universal fame form his masterpiece

C. drew models of organs such as the heart, lungs and womb

D. All of the above

Ans: (D)

Q.8 The conservation hawks and owls is important to mankind chiefly because these birds eat

A. harmful birds

B. harmful reptiles

C. many harmful rodents

D. numerous weed seeds

Ans: (C)

Q.9 Mahabaleshwar is located in

A. Maharashtra

B. Rajasthan

C. Madhya Pradesh

D. Himachal Pradesh

Ans: (A)

Q.10 Under which article in 1968, the number of votes required in the Security Council to convene a general conference to review the charter was increased from seven to nine?

A. Article 81

B. Article 98

C. Article 109

D. Article 115

Ans: (C)

Q.11 Of the UN Agencies, which one specifically aims at further economic development by encouraging productive private enterprise?

A. United Nations Industrial Development Organisation

B. International Finance Corporation

C. International Monetary Fund

D. World Bank

Ans: (B)

Q.12  Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin were the first to

A. step on the moon

B. circle the moon

C. walk in space

D. journey into space

Ans: (A)

Q.13 Shankracharya was the founder of

A. Jainism

B. Buddhism

C. Arya Samaj

D. Advaitic philosophy

Ans: (D)

Q.14 Lal Bahadur Shastri is also known as

A. Guruji

B. Man of Peace

C. Punjab Kesari

D. Mahamana

Ans: (B)

Q.15 National Institute of Oceanography is located at

A. Dona Paula, Goa

B. Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh)

C. Pune (Maharashtra)

D. Nagpur (Maharashtra)

Ans: (A)

Q.16 Nuclear power is ____ thermal power.

A. cheaper than

B. costlier than

C. equal in amount

D. they cannot be related

Ans: (A)

Q.17 Philology is the

A. study of bones

B. study of muscles

C. study of architecture

D.  study of literary texts

Ans: (D)

Q.18 Mother Teresa won the Nobel Prize for Peace in

A. 1992

B. 1979

C. 1988

D. 1954

Ans: (B)

Q.19 Most commonly used bleaching agent is

A. alcohol

B. carbon dioxide

C. chlorine

D. sodium chloride

Ans: (C)

Q.20 The process of revival of learning that swept across Europe in 15th and 16th centuries is called

A. feudalisam

B. crusade

C. renaissance

D. communism

Ans: (C)

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