Thursday, 17 March 2016

Railway Exam General Knowledge GK Digest capsule PDF 5

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 5 contained all general knowledge expected questions and answers for your upcoming railway and ssc exams. You start preparation for Railway Exams (for RRB) 2016. You read Computer GK for computer section.

81. In the human body, insulin is produced by
a) Liver
b) Skin
c) Pancreas
d) Pituitary gland

82. The author of ‘The God of Small Things’ is
a) Premchand
b) Arundhati Roy
c) Salman Rushdie
d) Gandhiji

83. Maria Sharapova is associated with which of the following games ?
a) Tennis
b) Ball Badminton
c) Athletics
d) Basket ball

84. Which of the following is NOT an agency of united nations organizations?
b) International court of Justice

85. India’s first all – women post office has been established in March, 2013 at
a) Bengaluru
b) New Delhi
c) Kolkata
d) Mumbai

86. Which of the following is necessary for the formation of hemoglobin ?
a) Iron
b) Salt
c) Phosphorous
d) Sulphur

87. The author of Panchatantra is :
a) Kalidas
b) Vishnu Sharma
c) Valmiki
d) Chanakyan

88. The first Earth Day was celebrated in
a) U.K
b) USA
c) Israel

89. India’s first short range surface to air missile is named as
a) Trishul
b) Agni
c) Nak
d) Earth

90. The first five year plan was started in the year 
a) 1951
b) 1952
c) 1953
d) 1954

91. The greatest danger facing most endangered species is...
a) Hunting
b) Habitat loss
c) Disease
d) Capture for the pet trade

92. Which of the following is not listed as an endangered species under the U.S. Endangered Species Act?
a) Cheetah
b) Bald eagle
c) Blue whale
d) Hawaiian monk seal

93. The Bronx Zoo once had a picture frame covered by cloth. It was labelled 'The most dangerous species in the world'. If you removed the cover, you saw...
a) A great white shark
b) A mirror
c) A virus
d) A mountain lion

94. Which of the following substances is not biodegradable?
a) Paper
b) Food refuse
c) Styrofoam
d) Sawdust

95. What environmental problem is the result of chemical reactions in the atmosphere that involve sulphur?
a) Deforestation
b) Acid rain
c) Holes in the ozone layer
d) Smog

96. What chemicals have been banned in most of the world because of their role in destroying the ozone layer?
a) DDT
b) Metal oxides
c) Peroxides
d) Chlorofluorocarbons

97. Who wrote 'Silent Spring', the first book documenting many of the problems caused by pesticides?
a) Aldo Leopold
b) Henry David Thoreau
c) Rachel Carson
d) Jaques Cousteau

98. Which of the following is not a renewable resource?
a) Timber
b) Wild mushrooms
c) Fish
d) Gold

99. Which of the following practices produces the most organic water pollution?
a) Intensive livestock farming
b) Paper mills
c) Recreational boating
d) Humans bathing in the water

100. 'Ecology' comes from two Greek words meaning...
a) Natural life
b) Study of the world
c) Study of the house
d) Nature study

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Answer Key :
81 – (c) Pancreas
82 – (b) Arundhati Roy 
83 – (a) Tennis
84 – (c) OPEC
85 – (b) New Delhi 
86 – (a) Iron
87 – (b) Vishnu Sharma 
88 – (b) USA
89 – (a) Trishul 
90 – (a) 1951
91 – (b) Bald eagle 
92 – (b) A mirror 
93 – (c) A virus
94 – (a) Paper
95 – (b) Acid rain
96 – (d) Chlorofluorocarbons 
97 – (c) Rachel Carson
98 – (d) Gold
99 – (a) Intensive livestock farming 
100 – (d) Nature study

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