June 10, 2014

Quiz 38 - (Q801-A850) - General Awareness for Bank Po Exams

801 Q) The following works were written by Ziauddin Barani— (A) Tarikh-i-Firozshahi and Qiranussadain(B) Fatwa-i-Jahandari and Ashiqa(C) Tarikh-i-Firozshahi and Fatwa-i-Jahandari(D) Futuhus-salatin and Tarikhi-Firozshahi

802 Q) The foreign invader who plundered somnath temple was—(A) Mohammad Ghori(B) Masud III(C) Muhammad Bin-Qasim(D) Mahmud Ghaznavi

803 Q) The founder of Vijayanagar kingdom was (a) Krishnadeva Raya(b) Narasimha Varman(c) Raja Raja(d) Harihar and Bukka

804 Q) The full name of EONR is— (A) East Organisation for North Region(B) European Organisation for Nuclear Research(C) English Organisation for Nuclear Research(D) None of these

805 Q) The Fundamental Duties of a citizen do not include duty— (A) to protect and improve the natural environment(B) to cherish and follow the noble ideals which inspired our national struggle for freedom(C) to strive towards abolition of untouchability(D) to develop scientific temper, humanism and the spirit of enquiry and reform

806 Q) The Fundamental Right of Prohibition of Traffic in Human Beings and forced Labour is contained in which Article of Constitution? a) Article 12 b) Article 23 c) Article 19 d) Article 20

807 Q) The Fundamental Right to reside and settle in any part of the country is provided under whicharticle of the Constitution? a. 19(1)(a) b. 19(1)(c) c. 19(1)(e) d. 19(1)b)

808 Q) The gas used for artificial ripening of green fruit is— (A) ethane(B) ethylene(C) carbon dioxide(D) oxytocin

809 Q) The Ghadar Movement was founded by.? (a) Ajit Sngh(b) Lala Hansraj(c) Lala Hardhayal(d) M. Gandhi ji

810 Q) The great Hindu law -giver was (a) Kautilya(b) Manu(c) Kapil(d) Banabhatta

811 Q) The Gujarra minor rock edict, in which the name of Ashoka is mentioned, is located in— (A) Mirzapur district of Uttar Pradesh(B) Datia district of Madhya Pradesh(C) Jaipur district of Rajasthan(D) Champaran district of Bihar

812 Q) The Gupta feudatories who became strong and independent in Gujarat were known as (a) Yaudheyas(b) Pundra Vardhanas(c) Maitrakas(d) Vakatakas

813 Q) The headquarters of International Labour Organisation is located in— (A) Geneva(B) The Hague(C) New York(D) Rome

814 Q) The headquarters of the World Bank are at— (A) Manila(B) Washington(C) New York(D) Geneva

815 Q) The headquarters of World Trade Organization are at— (A) Doha(B) Geneva(C) Rome(D) New York

816 Q) The High Court with the maximum number of judges? a. Calcutta High Court b. Madras High Court c. Bombay High Court d. Allahabad High Court

817 Q) The highest tea producing state is— (A) West Bengal(B) Tamil Nadu(C) Karnataka(D) Asom

818 Q) The historian Kalhan was— (A) Buddhist(B) Brahmin(C) Jain(D) None of these

819 Q) The Huna leader Mihirgula was defeated by (a) Rajyavardhana(b) Buddhagupta(c) Chandragupta(d) Yashodharman

820 Q) The Indian Institute of Remote Sensing is located in— (A) Nainital(B) Dehradun(C) Haridwar(D) Delhi

821 Q) The Indian National Congress had launched the Non Co-operation Movement in the year— (A) 1918 A.D.(B) 1919 A.D.(C) 1920 A.D.(D) 1921 A.D.

822 Q) The Information and Technology Act, 2000 regulates a. legal recognition for transactions carried out by means of electronic data interchange and othermeans of electronic communication b. teaching of information and technology in schools c. aims to spread information and technology to rural areas d. Use of technology for giving information on public offices

823 Q) The instrument of measuring intensity of earthquakes is called— (A) Ediograph(B) Pantagraph(C) Ergograph(D) Seismograph

824 Q) The Jain Tirthankara Mahavira has been mentioned in the early Buddhist Literature as—(A) Nigantha Nataputta(B) Vardhamana(C) Vesaliya(D) Videhaputta

825 Q) The Justice Nanavati Commission deals with? a. Inquiring into the Godhra Riots b. Reforming of police force c. Dealing with terrorist d. Reforming hindu law

826 Q) The 'Kalabaisakhis' originate during— (A) Winter season(B) Rainy season(C) Period of retreating monsoon(D) Summers

827 Q) The Kaulinya system was introduced in Bengal by (a) Lakshmana Sena(b) Vijaya Sena(c) Hemanta Sena(d) Ballala Sena

828 Q) The Kingdom of Vijayanagar came into existence during the reign of (a) Muhammad-bin-Tughlaq(b) Balban(c) Harshvardhana(d) Alauddin Khilji

829 Q) The largest coral reef in the world is found near the coast of which one of the following countries ? (A) Australia(B) Cuba(C) Ghana(D) India

830 Q) The largest island in the world is Greenland. It is an integral part of— (A) Norway(B) North America(C) Denmark(D) Canada

831 Q) The last king of Mauryan empire was— (A) Devavarman(B) Brihadrath(C) Kunala(D) Shalishuk

832 Q) The last ruler of Sunga dynasty was (a) Sujyeshtha(b) Vasudeva(c) Devabhuti(d) Bhaga

833 Q) The leading jowar (Sorghum) producing state in India is— (A) Maharashtra(B) Andhra Pradesh(C) Karnataka(D) Bihar

834 Q) The leading producer of soybean in India is— (A) Chhattisgarh(B) Madhya Pradesh(C) Maharashtra(D) Uttar Pradesh

835 Q) The leaves used as wrappers for bidis are obtained from which one of the following ? (A) Shikakai(B) Rudraksha(C) Tendu(D) Lemon Grass

836 Q) The limitation period for filing of a suit is provided under which law? a. Civil Procedure Code, 1908 b. Constitution of India c. Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 d. The Limitation Act, 1963

837 Q) The local time of a place is 6 : 00 a.m. when the Greenwitch mean time (G.M.T.) is 3 : 00 a.m. What is the longitude of the place ? (A) 45° W(B) 45° E(C) 120° E(D) 120° W

838 Q) The main chemical substance present in the bones and teeth of animal is— (A) Sodium Chloride(B) Sugar(C) Calcium Phosphate(D) Calcium Sulphate

839 Q) The Maratha King became a nonentity and the Peshwa the virtual ruler from the time of— (A) Balaji Vishwanath(B) Baji Rao I(C) Balaji Rao(D) Madnav Rao I

840 Q) The marine animal called dugong which is vulnerable to extinction is a/an— (A) Amphibian(B) Bony fish(C) Shark(D) Mammal

841 Q) The mass of the body is different from its weight because:A. mass is variable quantity whereas weight is constantB. mass is constant but weight increases as the body moves from the poles to the EquatorC. mass varies very little at different places where as weight varies a lotD. mass is a measure of the quantity of matter where as weight is a force

842 Q) The maximum annual range of temperature occurs over— (A) Poles(B) Near the equator(C) Coastal regions(D) Asia and North America at latitude 60°N

843 Q) The Mcmahon line runs between? a. India and Bangaldesh b. India and China c. India and Pakistan d. India and Nepal

844 Q) The Minimum age prescribed under the Constitution for a person becoming the Prime Minister of India is? a. 25 years b. 30 years c. 18 years d. 35 years

845 Q) The minimum age required for an Indian citizen to become a member of the Lok Sabha is— (A) 21 years(B) 25 years(C) 30 years(D) 35 years

846 Q) The minimum number of days guaranteed to each citizen of the country under the National RuralEmployment Guarantee Act? a. 20 days b. three months c. 100 days d. 300 days

847 Q) The most commonly used coin, during the Mauryan period, was (a) Nishka(b) Karashapana(c) Suvarna(d) Kakini

848 Q) The most famous Indo-Greek ruler to rule over India, noted for his justice and popularity with his subjects, was (a) Menander(b) Demetrios(c) Rudradaman(d) Eukratides

849 Q) The most important kingdom in Deccan and Central India after the Mauryas was the (a) Pallavas(b) Satavahanas(c) Cholas(d) Vakatakas

850 Q) The most popular sport goods come from— (A) Ludhiana(B) Jalandhar(C) Kanpur(D) Agra


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