Friday 22 September 2023

Ancient History Gk Questions

Ancient History Gk Questions

Gk Questions on Indian Ancient History for UPSC, SSC, RPSC, UPPSC and all other competitive examinations.

Ancient History Gk Question

1. Which river is related to the ancient Indus Valley Civilization?

A) Ganges

B) Yamuna

C) Indus

D) Brahmaputra

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Correct Answer: C) Indus

2. Which ancient Indian ruler is known for spreading Buddhism throughout Asia?

A) Ashoka

B) Chandragupta Maurya

C) Harsha

D) Kanishka

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Correct Answer: A) Ashoka

3. Who is considered the founder of Jainism?

A) Mahavira

B) Gautama Buddha

C) Ashoka

D) Harsha

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Correct Answer: A) Mahavira

4. Which ancient Indian dynasty built the famous Sun Temple at Konark?

A) Gupta

B) Eastern Ganga

C) Pallava

D) Hoysala

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Correct Answer: B) Eastern Ganga

5. Who is considered the author of the ancient Indian epic Ramayana?

A) Vyasa

B) Valmiki

C) Tulsidas

D) Kalidasa

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Correct Answer: B) Valmiki

6. Who was the founder of the Chola dynasty?

A) Vijayalaya

B) Ashoka

C) Harsha

D) Chandragupta Maurya

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Correct Answer: A) Vijayalaya

7. What is the ancient Indian practice of using breath control and meditation for spiritual development called?

A) Yoga

B) Tantra

C) Ayurveda

D) Vedanta

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Correct Answer: A) Yoga

8. What is the number of hymns in Rigveda?

A) 512

B) 1,028

C) 1,856

D) 10,582

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Correct Answer: B) 1,028

9. Who were the Tushaari people called?

A) Mauryas

B) Kushans

C) Scythians

D) Parthians

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Correct Answer: B) Kushans

10. Who founded the Kushan dynasty?

A) Chandragupta Maurya

B) Ashoka

C) Kujula Kadphises

D) Harsha

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Correct Answer: C) Kujula Kadphises

11. Who is considered the founder of Sikhism?

A) Guru Nanak

B) Guru Gobind Singh

C) Guru Tegh Bahadur

D) Guru Arjan Dev

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Correct Answer: A) Guru Nanak

12. Who is known as the father of Indian surgery?

A) Charaka

B) Sushruta

C) Aryabhata

D) Panini

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Correct Answer: B) Sushruta

13. What was the main occupation of the people in the Indus Valley Civilization?

A) Agriculture

B) Trade and Commerce

C) Fishing

D) Weaving

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Correct Answer: A) Agriculture

14. In which century did the famous war of Kalinga take place?

A) 5th Century BCE

B) 3rd Century BCE

C) 1st Century CE

D) 7th Century CE

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Correct Answer: B) 3rd Century BCE
Indian Polity Gk Questions

Indian Polity Gk Questions

Gk Questions on Indian Polity for UPSC, SSC, RPSC, UPPSC and all other competitive examinations.

Indian Polity Gk Questions

1. In which year were the first general elections held under the Indian Constitution?

A) 1942

B) 1947

C) 1950

D) 1952

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Answer: D) 1952

2. When did the British Parliament pass the Indian Independence Act?

A) 1942

B) 1947

C) 1950

D) 1952

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Answer: B) 1947

3. Who were given residuary powers in the Union established by the Act of 1935?

A) Provincial Governments

B) Central Government

C) Princely States

D) British Parliament

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Answer: C) Princely States

4. Who was the first Finance Minister of independent India?

A) Jawaharlal Nehru

B) Sardar Patel

C) Dr. B.R. Ambedkar

D) R.K. Shanmukham Chetty

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Answer: D) R.K. Shanmukham Chetty

5. In which article of the Constitution is there a provision for the appointment and dismissal of the Council of Ministers?

A) Article 74

B) Article 75

C) Article 76

D) Article 77

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Answer: B) Article 75

6. Who was the first Law Minister of independent India?

A) Jawaharlal Nehru

B) Sardar Patel

C) Dr. B.R. Ambedkar

D) Maulana Abul Kalam Azad

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Answer: C) Dr. B.R. Ambedkar

7. Who administers the oath of secrecy to the members of the Council of Ministers?

A) President of India

B) Prime Minister of India

C) Chief Justice of India

D) Speaker of Lok Sabha

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Answer: A) President of India

8. Who is called the guardian of the Indian Constitution?

A) Prime Minister of India

B) President of India

C) Chief Justice of India

D) Speaker of Lok Sabha

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Answer: C) Chief Justice of India

9. Which article of the Indian Constitution deals with the right to equality?

A) Article 14

B) Article 19

C) Article 21

D) Article 24

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Answer: A) Article 14

10. Who is the presiding officer of Rajya Sabha?

A) President of India

B) Prime Minister of India

C) Vice President of India

D) Speaker of Lok Sabha

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Answer: C) Vice President of India

11. What is the tenure of a member of Rajya Sabha?

A) 3 years

B) 4 years

C) 5 years

D) 6 years

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Answer: D) 6 years

12. How many members are there in Lok Sabha?

A) 240

B) 545

C) 552

D) 565

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Answer: B) 545

13. What is the name of the lower house of the Indian Parliament?

A) Rajya Sabha

B) Lok Sabha

C) Vidhan Sabha

D) Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha

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Answer: B) Lok Sabha

14. Which state of India has the highest number of Lok Sabha seats?

A) Uttar Pradesh

B) Maharashtra

C) Bihar

D) West Bengal

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Answer: A) Uttar Pradesh

15. Which article of the Indian Constitution deals with the formation of new states and Union Territories?

A) Article 2

B) Article 3

C) Article 4

D) Article 5

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Indian Economy Gk Questions

Indian Economy Gk Questions

Gk Questions on Indian Economy for UPSC, SSC, RPSC, UPPSC and all other competitive examinations.

Indian Economy Gk Questions

  1. Who is called the pioneer of liberalization of the Indian economy?
    A) Manmohan Singh
    B) Atal Bihari Vajpayee
    C) P.V. Narasimha Rao
    D) Indira Gandhi

Answer: A) Manmohan Singh

  1. Who is the current Finance Minister of India?
    A) Narendra Modi
    B) Rajnath Singh
    C) Amit Shah
    D) Nirmala Sitharaman

Answer: D) Nirmala Sitharaman

  1. When was the first five-year plan started in India?
    A) 1942
    B) 1947
    C) 1951
    D) 1965

Answer: C) 1951

  1. When was the Reserve Bank of India established?
    A) 1935
    B) 1947
    C) 1950
    D) 1969

Answer: A) 1935

  1. Which Indian state is the largest producer of coal?
    A) Jharkhand
    B) Madhya Pradesh
    C) Chhattisgarh
    D) Odisha

Answer: C) Chhattisgarh

  1. What is the name of the initiative launched by the Indian government to promote digital payments?
    A) Digital India
    B) Make in India
    C) Swachh Bharat Abhiyan
    D) Jan Dhan Yojana

Answer: A) Digital India

7.What is the official currency of India?
A) Indian Rupee (INR)
B) Indian Dollar (IND)
C) Indian Peso (INP)
D) Indian Euro (INE)

Answer: A) Indian Rupee (INR)

  1. Who is responsible for printing currency notes in India?
    A) Ministry of Finance
    B) Reserve Bank of India (RBI)
    C) State Bank of India (SBI)
    D) Indian Minting Corporation (IMC)

Answer: B) Reserve Bank of India (RBI)

  1. What is the full form of MGNREGA?
    A) Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act
    B) Minimum Guarantee National Rural Employment Growth Act
    C) Maximum Guarantee National Rural Economic Growth Act
    D) Minimum Guarantee National Rural Employment Guarantee Act

Answer: A) Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act

  1. Who was the first Indian economist to win the Nobel Prize in Economics?
    A) Raghuram Rajan
    B) Amartya Sen
    C) Manmohan Singh
    D) C. Rangarajan

Answer: B) Amartya Sen

  1. Which Indian city is known as the “Silicon Valley of India?”
    A) Hyderabad
    B) Mumbai
    C) Pune
    D) Bengaluru

Answer: D) Bengaluru

  1. Which is the largest public sector bank in India?
    A) Punjab National Bank (PNB)
    B) State Bank of India (SBI)
    C) ICICI Bank
    D) HDFC Bank

Answer: B) State Bank of India (SBI)

  1. What is the name of India’s national income measurement organization?
    A) Reserve Bank of India (RBI)
    B) Ministry of Finance
    C) Central Statistics Office (CSO)
    D) NITI Aayog

Answer: C) Central Statistics Office (CSO)

  1. What is the full form of NITI Aayog?
    A) National Institution for Transforming India
    B) National Investment in Technology and Innovation Aayog
    C) National Initiative for Trade and Industry Aayog
    D) National Infrastructure and Technology Integration Aayog

Answer: A) National Institution for Transforming India

  1. Which organization is responsible for regulating the securities market in India?
    A) Ministry of Finance
    B) Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI)
    C) Reserve Bank of India (RBI)
    D) National Stock Exchange (NSE)

Answer: B) Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI)

Thursday 21 September 2023

Mathematics Gk Questions

Mathematics Gk Questions

Gk Questions on Mathematics for UPSC, SSC, UPPSC, RPSC and all other competitive examinations.

Mathematics Gk Questions

1. Who is known as the "Father of Mathematics"?

A) Isaac Newton

B) Pythagoras

C) Euclid

D) Archimedes

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Correct Answer: C) Euclid

2. What is the formula for the circumference of a circle?

A) πr^2

B) 2πr

C) πd

D) π/2r

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Correct Answer: B) 2πr

3. What is the smallest prime number?

A) 0

B) 1

C) 2

D) 3

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Correct Answer: C) 2

4. What is the sum of the interior angles of an octagon?

A) 720 degrees

B) 900 degrees

C) 1080 degrees

D) 1440 degrees

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Correct Answer: C) 1080 degrees

5. Who made the discovery of irrational numbers?

A) Euclid

B) Archimedes

C) Pythagoras

D) Newton

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Correct Answer: C) Pythagoras

6. What is the numerical value of the square root of 64?

A) 4

B) 6

C) 7

D) 8

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Correct Answer: D) 8

7. Who is known for the famous "Fermat's Last Theorem"?

A) Isaac Newton

B) Pierre de Fermat

C) Leonhard Euler

D) Galileo Galilei

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Correct Answer: B) Pierre de Fermat

8. Who is known as the "Father of Geometry"?

A) Aristotle

B) Archimedes

C) Euclid

D) Pythagoras

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Correct Answer: C) Euclid

9. What is the name for a straight line that touches a curve at a single point without crossing it?

A) Radius

B) Chord

C) Secant

D) Tangent

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Correct Answer: D) Tangent

10. What is the formula for the area of a rectangle?

A) Length × Width

B) πr^2

C) 2πr

D) πd

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Correct Answer: A) Length × Width
Important Days & Years Gk Questions

Important Days & Years Gk Questions

Gk Questions on Important Days & Years for UPSC, SSC, RPSC, UPPSC, PCS and all other competitive examinations.

Important Days & Years Gk Questions

1. In which year did the Second World War end?

A) 1943

B) 1944

C) 1945

D) 1946

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Correct Answer: C) 1945

2. In which year did Mahatma Gandhi lead the Dandi March?

A) 1929

B) 1930

C) 1931

D) 1932

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Correct Answer: B) 1930

3. In which year did the Titanic sink?

A) 1909

B) 1912

C) 1915

D) 1918

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Correct Answer: B) 1912

4. When was the United Nations established?

A) 1939

B) 1942

C) 1945

D) 1950

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Correct Answer: C) 1945

5. When was the first successful human heart transplant performed?

A) 1954

B) 1967

C) 1971

D) 1982

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Correct Answer: B) 1967

6. When did the European Union come into existence?

A) 1957

B) 1975

C) 1992

D) 2000

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Correct Answer: C) 1992

7. In which year was the Indian Constitution adopted?

A) 1947

B) 1948

C) 1949

D) 1950

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Correct Answer: D) 1950

8. In which year was the Quit India Movement started?

A) 1939

B) 1940

C) 1941

D) 1942

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Correct Answer: D) 1942

9. In which year did India conduct its first nuclear test?

A) 1972

B) 1974

C) 1976

D) 1978

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Correct Answer: B) 1974

10. When did the 26/11 Mumbai terrorist attack take place?

A) 2006

B) 2007

C) 2008

D) 2009

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Correct Answer: C) 2008

11. When is India's Independence Day celebrated?

A) August 15th

B) July 4th

C) June 5th

D) September 2nd

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Correct Answer: A) August 15th

12. On which day is Teacher's Day celebrated in India?

A) September 5th

B) October 2nd

C) November 14th

D) December 25th

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Correct Answer: A) September 5th

13. When did the Government of India start the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan?

A) 2009

B) 2010

C) 2012

D) 2014

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Correct Answer: D) 2014

14. When did the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) launch its first satellite Aryabhata?

A) 1972

B) 1975

C) 1978

D) 1980

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Correct Answer: B) 1975

15. In which year did the demolition of Babri Masjid in Ayodhya take place?

A) 1989

B) 1990

C) 1991

D) 1992

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Correct Answer: D) 1992

Wednesday 20 September 2023

Top World Gk Quiz Questions With Answers

Top World Gk Quiz Questions With Answers

World Gk Questions – Check out the most important World General Knowledge Questions and Answers in English below. World GK has been a very important subject for competitive exams, every year a lot of questions related to World GK are asked in the exams. So we have prepared a list of most important World Gk questions to boost your preparation.

World Gk Questions With Answers

  1. What is the largest mammal on Earth?
    A) Elephant
    B) Giraffe
    C) Blue Whale
    D) Lion
    Correct Answer: C) Blue Whale
  2. Which gas do plants absorb from the atmosphere?
    A) Oxygen
    B) Nitrogen
    C) Carbon Dioxide
    D) Hydrogen
    Correct Answer: C) Carbon Dioxide
  3. What is the national animal of China?
    A) Panda
    B) Dragon
    C) Tiger
    D) Red-Crowned Crane
    Correct Answer: A) Panda
  4. What is the official currency of Russia?
    A) Euro
    B) Ruble
    C) Dollar
    D) Yen
    Correct Answer: B) Ruble
  5. Who was the first woman to become the Prime Minister of any country?
    A) Angela Merkel
    B) Sirimavo Bandaranaike
    C) Margaret Thatcher
    D) Indira Gandhi
    Correct Answer: B) Sirimavo Bandaranaike
  6. What is the capital of South Korea?
    A) Tokyo
    B) Beijing
    C) Seoul
    D) Bangkok
    Correct Answer: C) Seoul
  7. What is the national bird of the United Kingdom?
    A) Bald Eagle
    B) Peregrine Falcon
    C) European Robin
    D) Common Pheasant
    Correct Answer: C) European Robin
  8. Who was the first person to revolve around the Earth?
    A) Yuri Gagarin
    B) Neil Armstrong
    C) John Glenn
    D) Valentina Tereshkova
    Correct Answer: A) Yuri Gagarin
  9. Which gas is responsible for the blue color of Earth’s sky?
    A) Oxygen
    B) Nitrogen
    C) Carbon Dioxide
    D) Hydrogen
    Correct Answer: B) Nitrogen
  10. Who is the current Prime Minister of Canada in 2023?
    A) Justin Trudeau
    B) Andrew Scheer
    C) Jagmeet Singh
    D) Erin O’Toole
    Correct Answer: A) Justin Trudeau
  11. Which is the highest mountain in Africa?
    A) Kilimanjaro
    B) Mount Elbrus
    C) Mount Kenya
    D) Atlas Mountains
    Correct Answer: A) Kilimanjaro
  12. Who was the first woman to win the Nobel Prize?
    A) Marie Curie
    B) Mother Teresa
    C) Malala Yousafzai
    D) Rosalind Franklin
    Correct Answer: A) Marie Curie
  13. Which is the national bird of India?
    A) Peacock
    B) Sparrow
    C) Eagle
    D) Pigeon
    Correct Answer: A) Peacock
  14. What is the national animal of Australia?
    A) Kangaroo
    B) Koala
    C) Emu
    D) Platypus
    Correct Answer: A) Kangaroo
  15. What is the chemical symbol of potassium?
    A) K
    B) P
    C) Pt
    D) Kr
    Correct Answer: A) K
  16. Who has written the book “War and Peace”?
    A) Leo Tolstoy
    B) F. Scott Fitzgerald
    C) Charles Dickens
    D) Jane Austen
    Correct Answer: A) Leo Tolstoy
  17. Which is the driest desert in the world?
    A) Sahara Desert
    B) Atacama Desert
    C) Gobi Desert
    D) Arabian Desert
    Correct Answer: B) Atacama Desert
  18. Which city is known as the “City of Seven Hills”?
    A) Rome
    B) Istanbul
    C) Athens
    D) Lisbon
    Correct Answer: A) Rome
  19. Which country is known as the “Land of Thousand Lakes”?
    A) Canada
    B) Sweden
    C) Finland
    D) Norway
    Correct Answer: C) Finland
  20. What is the name of the largest moon of Saturn?
    A) Europa
    B) Titan
    C) Io
    D) Ganymede
    Correct Answer: B) Titan

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Tuesday 19 September 2023

GK Questions For Class 5 to 7 With Answers

GK Questions For Class 5 to 7 With Answers

GK Questions For Class 5 to 7 – Welcome to our compilation of 100+ GK (General Knowledge) questions for class 5 to 7 students with answers. The questions below will help your kid to prepare for competitive exams as well as expand their knowledge. For easy access, we have categorized the questions and provided direct links to the sources below.

GK Questions: Why Should You Read Them?

General knowledge is an important aspect of a student’s education. Besides academics, it also helps with various competitive exams and in everyday life. You can enhance your knowledge base by studying these GK questions for Class 5 to 7.