Quiz 386: General Knowledge Miscellaneous Public Services Examinations

1.Which among the following was the first vaccine ever to be developed?

2.Which among the following is an Indian Document / proposal ?
(A)International Convention for the Suppression of Terrorist Bombings
(B)Declaration on Measures to Eliminate International Terrorism.
(C)Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism
(D)Convention against Nuclear Terrorism
(E)None of the above

3.As per the Guinness World Records, which among the following is “Fastest Production Car” in the world?
(A)Koenigsegg CCR
(B)Bugatti Veyron
(C)McLaren F1
(D)Jaguar XJ220
(E)Ultimate aero

4.Which of the following countries domestic intelligence agency is known as Amaniyat?

5.Which among the following is a monthly publication by Reserve Bank of India?
(A)Statistical Report
(B)Monetary and Credit Information Review
(C)Book on ‘External Debt Management
(D)Macroeconomic and Monetary Developments
(E)Report on Foreign Exchange Reserves

6.After an interval of how many years Inauguration Day in United States is celebrated?
(A)every year
(B)2 years
(C)3 years
(D)4 years
(E)5 years

7.The first US President whose Inaugural ceremony was broadcasted live on internet was ?
(A)George W Bush
(B)Barak Obama
(C)Bill Clinton

8.Who among the following was India’s First photojournalist?
(A)Mira Chaudhuri
(B) Indira Dey
(C)Debalina Mazumadar
(D)Manobina Roy
(E)Homai Vyarawalla

9.How manu US presidents in Office have won the Nobel prize ?

10.As per the 21st version of official United Nations population estimates, (World Population Prospects -2008) prepared by
the Population Division of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs of the United Nations Secretariat, by which year world’s population will reach 9 billion?

11.In which country is located International Centre for Alternative Dispute Resolution?

12.High Level Committee under the leadership of Shri Gopalkrishna Gandhi had recommended the revival of which of the following Universities in recent past?
(A)Rabindra Bharati University
(B)Nalanda University
(C)Visva-Bharati University
(D)North Eastern Hill University
(E)Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University

13.Which among the following range is the most suitable for cultivation of all crops?
(A)30 °C – 40 °C
(B)35 °C -40 °C
(C)15 °C to 25 °C
(D)15 °C to 40 °C
(E)35 °C – 50 °C

14.In which country is located the World Meteorological Organization?
(E)United States

15.In which year Microsoft was founded ?

16.Approximately what area of India’s Total Land Area is cultivable?

17.Who among the following became the first High court / Supreme Court Judge in India to voluntarily make his assets public in 2009?
(A)Justice R K Lodha
(B)Justice K Kannan
(C)Justice C.Nagappan
(D)Justice Elipe Dharma Rao
(E)Justice U C Srivastava

18.Which among the following is tribe has the largest population in India?

19.Which among the following group of states represents one third of India’s cattle population?
(A)Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Maharastra
(B)Punjab, Orissa, Rajasthan
(C)Karnataka, Rajasthan, Andhra Pradesh
(D)Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal,Uttar Pradesh
(E)Jammu & Kashmir, Rajasthan & Haryana

20.In which state are located Jog Falls?
(C)Andhra Pradesh

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  • Anonymous

    Sir, Please provide the answer to Question No.3.
    By the way the answer is Ultimate Aero…:)

  • Anonymous

    thanku so much sir

  • Anonymous

    good portal for updating gk. thanks.

  • kalpesh yadav

    the answer of Q.9 is 4 persident who have won nobel prize.
    1. Theodore Roosevelt (1905)
    2. Woodrow Wilson (1919)
    3. Jimmy Carter, Jr. (2002)
    4. Barack Obama (2009)

  • Admin

    @ Kalpesh
    Jimmy Carter, Jr. (2002) was not in office, when he was awarded Nobel Prize. This is the twist. Most students know that 4 have won ;)

  • Anonymous

    Sir i doubt the answer to question 3. Acoording to my sources it is Bugatti Veyron

  • Admin

    Bugatti Veyron Top speed : 407.9 km/h, Ultimate Aero 412 kms/h The Certificate is Here

  • Naveen

    thankyou sir
    the collection is of immense importance