SSCE GENERAL KNOWLEDGE 20-20 (12.04.2024)

SSCE GENERAL KNOWLEDGE 20-20 (12.04.2024)

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Q.1 The common name of Chloroethane is:

(A) Methyle chloride

(B) Ethyl chloride

(C) Chloroform

(D) Carbon tetrachloride

Ans:- (B)

Q.2 Which of the following terms is NOT related with gymnastics?

(A) Backward role

(B) Forward role

(C) Balance

(D) Gully point

Ans:- (D)

Q.3 Arama Konda Peak is situated in which mountain range?

(A) Harishchandra Mountain range

(B) Western Ghats

(C) Aravalli mountain range

(D)  Eastern ghats

Ans:-  (D)

Q.4 Between whom was the Battle of Kannauj fought?

(A) Mughals and Bahadur Shah

(B) Mughals and Hemu

(C) Mughals and Hemu

(D) Mughals and Sher Shah

Ans:- (D)

Q.5 The ‘Suez Canal’ connects:

(A) Black Sea with Caspian Sea

(B) Red Sea to Arabian Sea

(C) Mediterranean Sea and Red Sea

(D) Red Sea to Black Sea

Ans:- (C)

Q.6 The minimum age for appointment as a Governor is:-

(A) 25 year

(B) 30 year

(C) 35 year

(D) No such limit

Ans:- (C)

Q.7 Who founded for Matthas in the four corners of India?

(A) Ramanujacharya

(B) Shankaracharya

(C) Bhaskaracharya

(D) Madhavacharya

Ans:- (B)

Q.8 The full form of FIFA is-

(A) Federation Internationalede Free style of Swimming Association

(B) Fédération internationale de football association

(C) Federation Internationalede Fencing Association

(D) Federation Internationalede  Fishing Association

Ans:- (B)

Q.9 The first Asian Games were held in 1951 at:

(A) New Delhi, India

(B) Manila, Philippines

(C) Tokyo, Japan

(D) Jakarata, Indonesia

Ans:- (A)

Q.10 Who holds the power to increase the number of judges in the Supreme Court?

(A) Governor

(B) Prime Minister

(C) Parliament

(D) President

Ans:- (C)

Q.11 Which British Governor General is also known as the Maker of Modern India?

(A)  Lord Dalhousie

(B) Lord Amherst

(C) Lord Canning

(D) Lord Wiliam Bentinck

Ans:- (A)

Q.12 Headquarters of UNO are situated at:

(A) Paris

(B) Geneva

(C) Haque (Netherlands)

(D) New York, USA

Ans:- (D)

Q.13 Which of the following is also known as Carbolic Acid?

(A) Hydroxide

(B) Sulphuric Acid

(C) Ethanol

(D) Phenol

Ans:- (D)

Q.14 Who did not find a place in the Legislative Council as per the Act of 1853?

(A) The Governor-General

(B) Additional Members

(C) The Commander-in-Chief

(D) The Lieutenant Governor

Ans:- (D)

Q.15 Indian National Congress is a part of which political group?

(A) Janata Parivar

(B) National Democratic Alliance

(C) Rashtra Pariva

(D) United Progressive Alliance

Ans:- (D)

Q.16 Who has the highest individual score in ODIs?

(A)  Rohit Sharma

(B) Virender Sehwag

(C) Martin Guptill

(D) Chris Gayle

Ans:-  (A)

Q.17 World’s busiest airports by passenger traffic is?

(A) Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, USA

(B) Lhasa Airport, Tibet

(C) King Abdul Aziz International Airport, Saudi Arabia

(D) Chicago O’ Hare International Airport, USA

Ans:- (A)

Q.18 Who is the present Education Minister of India?

(A) Smriti Irani

(B) Harsh Vardhan

(C) Prakash Javadekar

(D) Dharmendra Pradhan

Ans:- (D)

Q.19 Zonal Councils are

(A) Advisory bodies

(B) Administrative bodies

(C) Consultative bodies

(D)  Lawmaking agencies

Ans:- (A)

Q.20 Socrates was the wisest man of the ancient world and developed the method of enquiry and instruction, belonged to?

(A) German

(B) Athens

(C) France

(D) China

Ans:- (B)

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