Thursday, 17 March 2016

Railway Exam General Knowledge GK Digest capsule PDF 3

Dear readers. We know that General Knowledge is an important part of every govt jobsbanking jobs, teaching jobs and all competitive exams. So, Here is a capsule on Indian railways exam of 100 MCQ questions. Questions are a collection of current affairs, static GK, Scientific Questions and Railways Related Questions. This is your Railway Exam General Knowledge GK Digest capsule PDF 3 contained all general knowledge expected questions and answers for your upcoming railway and ssc exams. You start preparation for Railway Exams (for RRB) 2016.

41.The Muslim League was formed in the year

a) 1905
b) 1906
c) 1900
d) 1904

42. Surat session took place in the year  

a) 1905
b) 1906
c) 1907
d) 1909

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43. The Minto – Morley reforms was passed in the year  
a) 1900
b) 1909
c) 1919
d) 1920

44. Bal Gangadhar Tilak formed the Home Rule League in  

a) Chennai
b) Calcutta
c) Mumbai
d) Delhi

45. Jawaharlal Nehru met

a) Navroji
b) Patel
c) Gandhiji
d) Gokhale

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46. The headquarters of World Health Organisation is located at
a) Geneva
b) Washington
c) New York
d) London

47. What is the purpose for which the treasury bills are issued ?

a) Very short term liability of the Government
b) Short term liability of the Government
c) Mid – term liability of the Government
d) The commercial paper market

48. FDI hitherto not allowed in Railway Projects has been permitted by the Union Government in August, 2014 upto

a) 100%
b) 49%
c) 26%
d) 75%

49. IDBI is a subsidery of

a) Reserve Bank of India
b) State Bank of India
c) National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development
d) None of these

50.Which type of Bank rate is followed in India ?
a) Discount rate
b) Penal rate
c) Accommodate rate
d) None of these

51. Chronometer is an instrument to measure

a) heat
b) electric potential
c) time
d) distance between two points

52. What is the minimum velocity required for a rocket to overcome earth’s gravity and travel into space?

a) 18 km/sec.
b) 11.2 km/sec.
c) 21 km/sec.
d) 35 km/sec.

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53. The motion of the pendulum of a wall clock is an example of

a) linear motion
b) vibratory motion
c) rotational motion
d) none of these

54. Lunar caustic is

a) Calcium sulphate
b) Ammonium chloride
c) Caustic soda
d) Silver nitrate

55. The formula for cane sugar is

a) C6H12O6
b) C2H5OH 
c) C12H22O11
d) C7H8O7

56. Temporary hardness is due to the presence of

a) Calcium carbonate
b) Calcium bicarbonate
c) Magnesium sulphate
d) Calcium sulphate

57. The force that keeps a body in a circular motion is called
a) the centripetal force
b) the centrifugal force
c) the frictional force
d) all the above

58. The earth satellite Aryabhatta was put in orbit by India on

a) October 20, 1978
b) November 14, 1978
c) January 26, 1979
d) April 19, 1975

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59. When ice melts, its volume

a) decreases
b) increases
c) remains the same until all the ice has melted and then increases
d) remains the same

60. The hydraulic jack to lift heavy vehicles in automobile service stations is one of the applications of

a) Pascal’s law
b) Principle of Archimedes
c) Boyle’s law
d) Hooke’s law

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Answer Key:
41 – (b) 1906
42 – (c) 1907
43 – (b) 1909
44 – (c) Mumbai 
45 – (c) Gandhiji 
46 – (a) Geneva
47 – (a) Very short term liability of the Government 
48 – (a) 100%
49 – (d) None of these 
50 – (a) Discount rate 
51 – (c) time
52 – (b) 11.2 km/sec
53 – (b) vibratory motion 
54 – (d) Silver nitrate
55 – (c) C12H22O11
56 – (a) Calcium carbonate 
57 – (a) the centripetal force 
58 – (d) April 19, 1975
59 – (a) decreases 

60 – (a) Pascal’s law

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