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Q1. Newton’s first law is also Known as :
A.Law of moments
B.Law of inertia
C.Low of energy
D.Law of momentum


Q2. Where are the Headquarters of SAARC located ?
A.Thimphu
B.New Delhi
C.Dhaka
D.Kathmandu


Q3. The headquarters of the international court of justice is at :
A.Geneva
B.The Hague
C.Rome
D.Vienna


Q4. When was the first Commonwealth Games held ?
A.1948
B.1945
C.1934
D.1930




Q5. The pH value of sea water is :
A.8.5
B.2.6
C.3.0
D.2.5


Q6. Yen is the currency of ;
A.Japan
B.Taiwan
C.North Korea
D.China


Q7. Which Indian state had the first woman Chief Minister ?
A.Uttar Pradesh
B.Bihar
C.Tamil nadu
D.Delhi


Q8. The first railway line in India was opened in the year :
A.1833
B.1853
C.1857
D.1861




Q9. The first Asian games were held in :
A.Manila
B.Tokyo
C.New Delhi
D.Jakarta


Q10. Panchayati Raj system is implemented first by which district in India ?
A.Baghpat
B.Meerut
C.Ghaziabad
D.Nagaur


Q11. Mary Kom belongs to which Sports ?
A.Wrestling
B.Boxing
C.Shooting
D.Badminton


Q12. Who said ‘Man is a political animal’ ?
A.Dante
B.Plato
C.Aristotle
D.Socrates




Q13. When is World health Day observed every year ?
A.8th April
B.10th April
C.7th April
D.9th April


Q14. Who wrote the book ‘Rama Charita Manas’ ?
A.Tulsi Das
B.Bhakta Kabir
C.Bhakta Ramdev
D.Valmiki


Q15. Arjun Award is given for ;
A.Bravery of battlefield
B.Outstanding performance in sports
C.Exceptional service in emergency 
D.None of these


Q16. Who was the first winner of Dada Saheb Phalke Award ?
A.BN Sarkar
B.Prithvi Raj Kapoor
C.Devika Rani
D.Kankan Devi




Q17. Panchatantra has been written by :
A.Kalidas
B.Surdas
C.Vishakhadatta
D.Vishnu Sharma


Q18. Who was called ‘Flying Sikh’ ?
A.Ajmer Singh
B.Makhan Singh
C.Milkha Singh
D.Shamsher Singh


Q19. Human rights day is observed on:
A.10 December
B.14 December
C.25 December
D.28 December


Q20. Which of the following place is famous for Rock Garden ?
A.Bengaluru
B.Chandigarh
C.Ahmedabad
D.Lucknow


Q21. In which year Border security Force (BSF) was established ?
A.1947
B.1965
C.1960
D.1947


Q22. First Jnanpith Award winner was from which of the following states ?
A.Madhya Pradesh
B.Kerala
C.Tamil nadu
D.West Bengal


Q23. First Indian Woman to swim across seven seas of the world was :
A.Bula Chaudhary
B.Arati Saha
C.Bachhendri Pal
D.None of these


Q24. The First Amendment to the constitution was made in:
A.1952
B.1951
C.1956
D.1962


Q25. Botanical name of Mango is :
A.Mussa sapientum
B.Dausus carauota
C.Mangifera indica
D.None of these


Q26. The deepest ocean in the world is:
A.The Indian Ocean
B.The Atlantic Ocean
C.The Pacific Ocean
D.None of these


Q27. pH value of neutral solution is :
A.8
B.5
C.7
D.13


Q28. Force is the Product of :
A.Mass and Velocity
B.Mass and Accerlation
C.Weight and velocity
D.Weight and Accerlation


Q29. The element required for solar energy conversion is :
A.Beryllium
B.Silicon
C.Tatanium
D.Carbon


Q30. The Nobel Prize was first awarded in :
A.1906
B.1901
C.1905
D.1907


Q31. Who is Known as the father of modern India ?
A.Raja Ram Mohan Roy
B.Jawahar lal Nehru
C.Mahatma Gandhi
D.WC Banerjee


Q32. The pH value of Wine is :
A.6.5
B.2.8
C.8.5
D.7.0



Q33. Durand Cup is associated with the game of:
A.Football
B.Polo
C.Cricket
D.Hockey


Q34. The Metal always found in free state is :
A.Sodium
B.Silver
C.Gold
D.Copper


Q35. Buenos Aires is the capital of which country ?
A.Argentina
B.Costa Rice
C.Brazil
D.Jamaica


Q36. Aluminium can be purified by :
A.Oxidation
B.Distillation
C.Electrolysis
D.Ozonolysis



Q37. The substance most commonly used as a food preservative is :
A.Sodium Carbonate
B.Tartaric Acid
C.Acetic acid
D.Sodium salt of Benzoic Acid   


Q38. Natural Rubber is a Polymer of :
A.Isoprene
B.Propene
C.Styrene
D.Vinyl Acetate


Q39. The colours of stars depend on their :
A.Distance
B.Temperature
C.Radius
D.Atmospheric Pressure


Q40. Rocket works on the principle of :
A.Newton’s First Law
B.Newton’s Second Law
C.Newton’s Third Law
D.Archimedes Principle


Q41. The country whose 40 percent of Area is below sea level at high tide is :
A.Denmark
B.Norway
C.Finland
D.The Netherlands


Q42. Which of the is called as ‘Land of the Midnight Sun’ ?
A.Norway
B.Sweden
C.Denmark
D.France

Q43. The Longest River of Europe is :
A.Rhine
B.Rhone
C.Danube
D.Volga

Q44. The Longest River of World is :
A.Ganga
B.Nile
C.Amazon
D.None of these




Q45. The first country which discovered sea route to India was :
A.Dutch
B.Portugal
C.French
D.Britain


Q46. Who is the author of ‘ A Suitable Boy ’ ?
A.Arundhati Roy
B.Vikram Seth
C.Khushwant Singh
D.None of these


Q47. Who among the following is a famous English writer ?
A.Amrita Pritam
B.Mulk Raj Anand
C.Ashapurna Devi
D.Mahadevi Verma


Q48. “ Life Divine ” is a book written by :
A.M.K. Gandhi
B.Rabindranath Tagore
C.S. Radhakrishan
D.Shri Aurobindo





Q49. The book entitled , ‘Playing it my way’ has been authored
By :
A.Sachin Tendulkar
B.V V S Laxman
C.Saurav Ganguly
D.Chetan Chauhan


Q50. Who is the Author of the book “ Two Lives ” ?
A.Ved Mehta
B.Mohit
C.Vikram Seth
D.Khushwant Singh
 

Q51. Which one of the following cannot be called an ecosystem ?
A.Pond
B.Aquarium
C.Swimming Pool
D.Agricultural Field


Q52. In a food chain Who gets maximum amount of energy ?
A.Tertiary consumers
B.Secondary consumers
C.Primary consumers
D.Producers


Q53. The colour in water is determined using instrument called :
A.Spectrophotometer
B.Photometer
C.Tintometer
D.None of these


Q54. If a moving body doubles its velocity , then its Kinetic Energy becomes :
A.Double
B.Four times
C.Same
D.Three times


Q55. Which one of the following metals pollutes the air of a city having large number of automobiles ?
A.Cadmium
B.Chromium
C.Lead
D.Copper


Q56. The element which is commonly used in nuclear for producing electricity by nuclear fission is:
A.Radium
B.Plutonium
C.Uranium
D.Deuterium


Q57. The enzyme that converts glucose to ethyl alcohol is :
A.Invertase
B.Maltase 
C.Zymase
D.Diastase


Q58. The Sky appears blue because of:
A.Atmospheric water vapour
B.Scattering of light
C.Reflection on sea water
D.None of these


Q59. Short sight in human eye can be corrected by using proper :
A.Convex Lens
B.Concave Lens
C.Cylindrical Lens
D.Bifocal Lens


Q60. The splitting of different colours of light in a prism is:
A.Reflection of Light
B.Dispersion of Light
C.Diffraction of Light
D.Refraction of Light




Q61. The Chemical formula of  ‘ Plaster of Paris ’ is :
A.2CaSO4 . 2H2O
B.Ca(OH)2
C.(CaSO4) . 1/2H2O
D.CaOCl2


Q62. Which one of the following is a major constituent of petrol ?
A.Pentane (C5H12)
B.Octane (C8H18)
C.Methane (CH4)
D.Hexane (C6H14)


Q63. The Kinetic Energy of a body depends upon ?
A.Mass, gravity and height
B.Its mass alone
C.Its Velocity alone
D.Both mass and velocity


Q64. The load on a spring per unit deflection is called ?
A.Stress
B.Flexibility
C.Stiffness
D.Strain




Q65. The temprature on the surface of the sun is about /
A.500 ℃
B.800  ℃
C.6000 ℃
D.1000 ℃


Q66. What is the name of the solution of calcium hydroxide ?
A.Lime water
B.Diet soda
C.Salt solution
D.Vinegar


Q67. Which one of the following is not alkaline ?
A.Sodium
B.Potassium
C.Lithium
D.Sulphur 

Q68. Gunpowder mainly contains _______
A.Calcium Sulphate
B.Potassium Nitrate
C.Lead Sulfide
D.Zinc Sulphide


Q69. Infra-red rays are :
A.Longitudinal Waves
B.Transverse waves
C.Mechanical waves
D.Electromagnetic waves

Q70. Stainless Steel is ______
A.An Element
B.A Mixture
C.An Alloy
D.A Compound


Q71. Objects float on water based on :
A.Newton’s third law of motion
B.Hooke’s law
C.Faraday’s law
D.Archimedes principle


Q72. Velocity of a car does not depend on _____
A.Speedometer
B.Change in direction
C.Change in speed
D.Change in accerlation


Q73. Which is used as a stabilizer in Ice Cream :
A.Gelatin
B.Sugar
C.Milk
D.None of these


Q74. Retinol is mainly ______
A.Vitamin A
B.Vitamin B
C.Vitamin C
D.Vitamin K


Q75. What is the chemical name of Chalk ?
A.Calcium Sulphate
B.Calcium Nitrate
C.Calcium Carbonate
D.Calcium Phosphide

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