Quiz 336: Miscellaneous General Knowledge

1.In which part of the human body “Pleura” is found?(A)Lungs(B)Brain(C)Liver(D)Intestine(E)Kidneys 2.What does NT stands for in Windows NT?(A)New Technology(B)Network Technology(C)N-Ten(D)Network Ten(E)Net Tech 3.Hodophobia is a fear associated with which of the following?(A)Sleeping(B)Walking(C)Traveling(D)Running(E)Sneezing 4.Syed Modi, Vimal Kumar and Rajeev Bagga have been the National champions of which of the following sports?(A)Chess(B)Table Tennis(C)Billiards(D)Badminton(E)Golf 5.In which profession a

Quiz 335 : General Science for all Examinations

1.British Scientist JJ Thomson was awarded Nobel prize in Physics in 1906 for discovery of which of the following particle?(A)Proton(B)Electron(C)Neutron(D)Meson(E)None of them 2.Who among the following is known to manufacture first Cyclotron?(A)Ernest Lawrence(B)Niels Bohr(C)Rutherford(D)Max Born(E)John Cockroft 3.When a Radium with Standard atomic weight 226 and atomic number 88 emits an alpha particle, the result element

Quiz 334: Finance, Business & Economy For Banking Examinations

1.Recently we came across the fact regarding the Eurozone countries (16 countries that share Euro as single currency) that in spite of success of the single currency system in this largest trading bloc of the world, there are a large number of disparities between the Euro zone nations. Some of these countries are finding accruing

Vocabulary Practice: Quiz 18

Each of the following 10 items consists of a word in Bold letters, followed by five words. Select the word that is most similar in meaning to the word in Bold letters. 1.Incorrigible(A)Redeemable(B)Improvable(C)Correctable (D)Amendable(E)Unreformable 2.Foster(A)Promote(B)Condemn(C)Discourage(D)Ignore(E)Neglect 3.Augmentation(A)Great(B)Accession(C)Decrease(D)Segregation(E)none of the above 4.Expedite(A)Delay(B)Break off(C)Accelerate(D)Stop(E)Conclude 5.Recapitulate(A)Epitomize(B)Take back(C)Scatter(D)Disassemble(E)Disperse 6.Proffer(A)Suggest(B)Discourage(C)Take back(D)Dissuade(E)soft 7.Relinquish(A)Abandon(B)Hold(C)Take(D)Assert(E)Assume 8.Pretense(A)Falsehood(B)Honesty(C)Stunt(D)Posture(E)Attitude 9.Onus(A)Burden(B)Aid(C)Benefit(D)Blessing(E)Help 10.Speck(A)Lot(B)Droplet(C)Pea(D)Tiny Bit(E)None of the above 11.Debase(A)Abase(B)Degrade(C)Impair(D)Improve(E)Clear 12.Aggrandize(A)Accliam(B)Lower(C)Spurn(D)Falsify(E)None

Quiz 333: General Awareness For All Exams

1.In which state is located Bhakra Dam.?(A)Haryana(B)Punjab(C)Karnataka(D)Orissa(E)Rajasthan 2.Which are the two countries connected by Karakoram Pass?(A)India & Pakistan(B)India & China(C)China & Pakistan(D)India & Nepal(E)China & Nepal 3.Which of the following Sultans is known to have laid the foundation of Agra City?(A)Bahlol Lodi(B)Sikandar Lodi(C)Ibrahim Lodi(D)Shershah Suri(E)Islam Shah Suri 4.Who among the following is the winner of

Current Affairs Mega Quiz February (Second) 2010

1.Who among the following is the new chairman of Public Accounts Committee of Lok Sabha?(A)Murli Manohar Joshi(B)Yashwant Sinha(C)L K Advani(D)Gopinath Munde(E)Jaswant Singh 2.Recently, after seven months of discussions, the name of a synthetic radioactive chemical element Copernicum (Cn) was officially endorsed by IUPAC (International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry). What is the atomic number

Civil Services Examination 2010: Mock Test 6

Download This Quiz Here 1.Consider the following statements: 1. Telugu Kannada Tamil and Sanskrt are classical languages of India 2. Only languages which have a proven antiquity of over 1500 years qualify for status of classical language 3. The Tamil language was given a classical status because of an election promise made by NDA government

clarification: India’s position in Steel production

There is a doubt among our readers regarding India’s position in the world in Steel Production. In one of my quizzes, I said India is on fourth position. This question was based upon the This Press Release of Ministry of Steel, Government of India dated: January 1, 2010. The Title & first paragraph of this

Quiz 332: Miscellaneous General Awareness for All Examinations

1.In which country are located the Black Hill, Blue Hill & Green Hill Mountains?(A)USA(B)Canada(C)France(D)Australia(E)Italy 2.Which of the following Mughal emperors was famous a Shah-i-Bekhabar ?(A)Shah Alam(B)Jahangir(C)Shahjahan(D)Bahadur Shah I(E)None of them 3.Three R’s of Football are famous in which country ?(A)Peru(B)Mexico(C)Brazil(D)Argentina(E)Germany 4.How many subjects are there in Eleventh schedule which was added by the 73rd amendment

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