General knowledeg part 33

1) The moon is a :

 A.    Comet
 B.    Planet
 C.    Star
 D.    Satellite
Answer : D

2) Who receives Dronacharya Award?

 A.    Sports Coaches
 B.    Movie actors
 C.    Scientists
 D.    Sportsmen
Answer : A

3) Who was the first Indian to be-elected to the British Parliament?

 A.    Mahathma Gandhi
 B.    Mothilal Nehru
 C.    Dadabhai Naoroji
 D.    Gopalakrishna Gokhale
Answer : C

4) In which year India Joined the United Nations?

 A.    1954
 B.    1957
 C.    1956
 D.    1955
Answer : D

5) A hole is made in a brass plate and it is heated. The size of the hole will?

 A.     first increase and then decrease
 B.    decrease
 C.   increase
 D.    remain unchanged
Answer : A

Basic General Knowledge 1

1. Which of the following organ / tissue of human body is most sensitive to intake of lead?
 B:- Brain
 C:- Kidney
 D:- Lungs
Ans: B (Brain)

2. Which of the following is an ex situ mode of wildlife conservation?
  A:- Sacred Groves
  B:- Home Gardens
 C:- National Parks
 D:- Biosphere Reserves
Ans: B (Home Gardens )    

3. Which among the following fertilizers is least likely to affect the Soil pH?
 A:- Urea
 B:- Rock Phosphate
 C:- Ammonia
D:- Muriate of potash
Ans: D (Muriate of potash)

4. The Dampier-Hodges line is related to which of the following?
A:- Bay of Cambay
B:- Palk Strait
C:- Andaman and Nicobar Islands
D:- Sundarbans
Ans: D (Sundarbans)

5.During Freedom Struggle, Rabindranath Tagore renounced his Knighthood in protest for?
A:- Partition of Bengal
B:- Jallianwalla Bagh Massacre
C:- Execution of Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev
D:-None of them
Ans: B (Jallianwalla Bagh Massacre)

General Knowledge computer

1. How many diodes are in a full wave bridge
A. 8
B. 2
C. 4
D. 3
Answer: Option C 2. The "desktop" of a computer refers to:
A. The visible screen
B. The area around the monitor
C. The top of the mouse pad
D. The inside of a folder
Answer: Option A 3. Which of these is a search engine?
B. Google
C. Archie
Answer: Option B 4. The letters, "DOS" stand for...
A. Data Out System
B. Disk Out System
C. Disk Operating System
D. Data Operating System
Answer: Option C 5. What does CPU stand for?
A. Cute People United
B. Commonwealth Press Union
C. Computer Parts of USA
D. Central Processing Unit
Answer: Option D 6. Which device can be used to store charge?
A. Transistor
B. Diode
C. Capacitor
D. Resistor
Answer: Option C 7. Modem stands for...
A. Modulator Demodulater
B. Monetary Devaluation Exchange
C. Memory Demagnetization
D. Monetary Demarkation
Answer: Option A 1. How many diodes are in a full wave bridge
A. 8
B. 2
C. 4

General Knowledge coumputer Part-2

1. Blue is what number on the resistor color
A. 1
B. 4
C. 2
D. 6
Answer: Option D 2. Changing computer language of 1's and 0's
to characters that a person can understand
A. Highlight
B. Clip art
C. Decode
D. Execute
Answer: Option C 3. What's a web browser?
A. A kind of spider
B. A computer that stores WWW files
C. A person who likes to look at
A software program that allows you
to access sites on the World Wide
Answer: Option D 4. is an example of
B. An access code
C. A directory
D. A server
Answer: Option A 5. How many bits is a byte?
A. 4
B. 8
C. 16
D. 32
Answer: Option B 6. How do you subscribe to an Internet mailing
A. Contact your Internet service
B. Send e-mail to the list manager
C. Telephone the mailing list
D. Send a letter to the list
Answer: Option B 7. Computers calculate numbers in what
A. Decimal
B. Octal
C. Binary
D. None of the above
Answer: Option…

General Knowledge Part-23

1. In which decade was the SPICE simulator
A. 1950s
B. 1960s
C. 1970s
D. 1980s
Answer: Option C
SPICE (Simulation Program with Integrated
Circuit Emphasis) was introduced in May
1972 by the University of Berkeley,
California. 2. Most modern TV's draw power even if
turned off. The circuit the power is used in
does what function?
A. Sound
B. Remote control
C. Color balance
D. High voltage
Answer: Option B
Some authorities are recommending TV's,
VCR's and Stereo's be connected to power
strips with switches and turned off when
not in use to save energy. Your remote will
not work until power is switched back on. 3. Which is a type of Electrically-Erasable
Programmable Read-Only Memory?
A. Flash
B. Flange
C. Fury
Answer: Option A
It's commonly used for MP3 players,
computer BIOS code and "thumb" drives.
Originally developed in Japan by Toshiba, it
has become quite popular for products
requiring non-volatile erasable memory.
h devices …

General Knowledge Part-22

1. In which decade was the American Institute
of Electrical Engineers (AIEE) founded?
A. 1850s
B. 1880s
C. 1930s
D. 1950s
Answer: Option B
The IEEE (Institute of Electrical and
Electronics Engineers) was formed in 1963
by the merger of the Institute of Radio
Engineers (IRE, founded 1912) and the
American Institute of Electrical Engineers
(AIEE, founded 1884). 2. What is part of a database that holds only
one type of information?
A. Report
B. Field
C. Record
D. File
Answer: Option B
No answer description available for this
question. 3. 'OS' computer abbreviation usually means ?
A. Order of Significance
B. Open Software
C. Operating System
D. Optical Sensor
Answer: Option C 4. In which decade with the first transatlantic
radio broadcast occur?
A. 1850s
B. 1860s
C. 1870s
D. 1900s
Answer: Option D
On December 12, 1901, a radio transmission
received by Guglielmo Marconi resulted in
the first transmission of a transatlantic
wireless signal (Morse Code) from Poldhu,
Cornwall, to St.…

General Knowledge Part-21

1. The minor planets revolving between the
orbits of Jupiter and Mars are called
A. Novas
B. Comets
C. Meteors
D. Asteroids
Answer: Option D 2. The lowermost and the oldest epoch of the
Tertiary Period of geologic time is
A. Pliocene
B. Palaeozoic
C. Holocene
D. Palaeocene
Answer: Option D 3. The luminous coloured ring, surrounding the
sun is called the
A. nebula
B. comet
C. asteroid
D. corona
Answer: Option D 4. The longest ship canal in the world is the
[A]. St. Laurence Seaway (USA and
[B]. Suez canal, Egypt
[C]. Kiel canal, Germany
[D]. Panama canal, Central America
Answer: Option A 5. The pedogenic process associated with
poor drainage and which involves the
accumulation of organic matter in the upper
layers of the soil is called
A. salinisation
B. gleisation
C. calcification
D. podsolisation
Answer: Option B 6. The rock formations that cannot store
groundwater are called
A. aquifers
B. aquicludes
C. perched aquifer
D. spring
Answer: Option B 7. The planet that takes the highest time for
completing a rotation…