Sunday, April 24, 2016

Konkan Railway Corporation Ltd. (KRCL) Recruitment of Sr. Technical Assistant & Jr. Technical Assistant

KRCL invites applications for the following fixed term contract posts on fixed remuneration basis for USBRL Project.

  1. Sr. Technical Assistant: 02 Posts
    Qualification: BE/ B.Tech. in Electrical/ Electronics/ Power Electronics/ Industrial Electronics with not less than 60% marks from recognised (AICTE) University. 

    Experience: Minimum 2 years of experience in construction/ maintenance of Electrical General service work.

    Remuneration: Rs.35,000/- per month.
  2. Jr. Technical Assistant: 03 Posts
    Qualification: BE/ B.Tech. in Electrical/ Electronics/ Power Electronics/ Industrial Electronics with not less than 60% marks from recognised (AICTE) University.

    Remuneration: Rs.30,000/- per month.
Venue: "USBRL Project Head Office Jammu”, Konkan Railway Corporation Ltd.

Walk-in-interview: May 02, 2016

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Wednesday, April 6, 2016



◆ World Earth Day is observed on?
Ans: April 22.

◆ Who is the cultural ambassador for Seychelles?
Ans: AR Rahman.

◆ ISRO headquarters located in?
Ans: Bangalore.

◆ What does CPU stand for?
Ans: Central Processing Unit.

◆ What does DNA stands for in Biology?
Ans: Deoxyribo Nucleic Acid.

◆ What is the charge of an electron?
Ans: _1.6 × 10−19 C.

◆ Name of India's first Satellite?
Ans: Aryabhata.

◆ What does CNG stand for?
Ans: Compressed Natural Gas.

◆ The first football player from the Indian subcontinent to play for a European club?
Ans: Mohammed Saleem.

◆ What do the terms Geocentric and Heliocentric refer to?
Ans: Earth centered, Sun centered.

◆ What are the 4 key elements of amino acids?
Ans: Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen, Carbon.

◆ PV Sindhu is associated with which sport?
Ans: Badminton player.

◆ "NASA" full form?
Ans: National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

◆ Who replaced viscount Louis Mount Batten as the governor general of India?
Ans: C. Raja Gopala Chari.

◆ Where is mount Kanchenjunga located?
Ans: Himalayas.

◆ Nilanjana sudeshna, an Indian American Author popularly known as?
Ans: Jhumpa Lahiri.

◆ Which two Indian Cities, were added to the Creative City Network of UNESCO in Dec 2015?
Ans: Varanasi, Jaipur.

◆ In July 1905, who ordered the partition of Bengal?
Ans: Lord Curzon.

◆ Who wrote the book "Autobiography An Unknown Indian"?
Ans: Nirad C. Chaudhuri.

◆ What did Dmitri Mendeleev formulate?
Ans: Periodic Table.

◆ Who is father of White Revolution?
Ans: Verghese Kurien.

◆ What is Victoria Memorial?
Ans: Museum.

◆ Name of parent company of Google?
Ans: Alphabet Inc.

◆ Charles Correa is well known?
Ans: Architect.

◆ Where is Shore temple located?
Ans: Mahabalipuram, Tamil Nadu.

◆ What is the name of the Tablet computer produced by Data wind which is promoted by the
Govt. of India as part of an e-learning program?
Ans: Aakash.

◆ Who wrote Calvin and Hobbes comic strip?
Ans: Bill Watterson.

◆ When was Economic liberalization in India started?
Ans: 1991.

◆ What is "Laccadive sea"?
Ans: Lakshadweep Sea.

◆ What is the full form of RAM?
Ans: Random Access Memory.

◆ In September 2015 NASA scientists found evidence of flowing water on which planet outside earth?
Ans: Mars.

◆ Who was the Confucius?
Ans: Chinese Philosopher.

◆ What is the full form of GSM?
Ans: Global System for Mobile communication.

◆ What is the unit of length used in formally to express astronomical distance?
Ans: AU.

◆ Galvanization is a process in which a layer of zinc is put on iron objects to prevent them from?
Ans: Rust.


◆ What is the National Game of India?
Ans: Hockey.

◆ What is the full form of IPTL?
Ans: International Premier Tennis League.

◆ Valley National Park located in?
Ans: Ohio, United States.

◆ Which Indian state have 100% primary education?
Ans: Kerala.

◆ What is the full form of UPS?
Ans: Uninterruptible Power Supply.

◆ Which animal name is present in the logo of World Wide Fund?
Ans: Panda.

◆ Einstein got the Nobel Prize for his theory of?
Ans: Photoelectric effect.

◆ Indian Institute of Vegetable Research is located in?
Ans: Varanasi.

◆ Which American President came to India as the Chief Guest for Republic Day?
Ans: Barak Obama.

◆ Why does Government of India act 1935 was important?
Ans: It is the main source of Indian Constitution

◆ Yellow colour in Papaya is because of?
Ans: Carotene.

◆ Who is the founder of Servants of India Society?
Ans: Gopal Krishna Gokhale.

◆ Richest source of Vitamin A is?
Ans: Carrots.

Tuesday, April 5, 2016



◆ What is Makarsankranti?
Ans: Hindu Festival

◆ Chipko Movement started in which state?
Ans: Rajasthan

◆ Which Vitamin is responsible for Blood Clotting?
Ans: Vitamin K

◆ What is the capital of Uganda?
Ans: Kampala

◆ "Orang National Park" is located in which state?
Ans: Assam.

◆ Longest river in India which does not fall into sea?
Ans: Yamuna.

◆ What is planet X?
Ans: Nibiru Cataclysm.

◆ Who was the first woman to climb Mount Everest?
Ans: Junko Tabei.

◆ What is the capital city of Sri Lanka?
Ans: Colombo

◆ Which is most peaceful country as per the 2015 peace index?
Ans: Iceland

◆ Which of the followings is not an operating system?
Ans: C++

◆ Which crop is produced at highest quantity in India?
Ans: Rice

◆ Mica is found in which state of India?
Ans: Jharkhand, Bihar, Rajastan, Andhra Pradesh.

◆ Male is the capital of which country?
Ans: Republic of Maldives.

◆ Which is the cleanest city of India?
Ans: Mysore.

◆ Anjolie Ela Menon is related to which field?
Ans: Artist.(Painter)

◆ The longest Rail Route in India?
Ans: Dibrugarh – Kanyakumari Railway.

◆ If H2O is water than What is KOH?
Ans: Potassium Hydroxide.

◆ What is the newest member of WTO?
Ans: Afghanistan.

◆ What is the operation Name of 1998 Pokharan Test?
Ans: Operation Shakti.

◆ What does archipelagos means?
Ans: A group of small Islands.


◆ What is Sighmo?
Ans: Spring Festival.

◆ Modern Olympic 1896 held in which city?
Ans: Athens, Greece.

◆ Who is the author of "Malgudi days"?
Ans: RK Narayan.

◆ Holi is celebrated with?
Ans: Gulal (Colours).

◆ Adhai Din Ka Jhopda is in?
Ans: Ajmer, Rajasthan.

◆ UNO headquarter located in which city?
Ans: New York.

◆ Gravitational Force on two subjects depends on?
Ans: Combined mass and the distance.

◆ India got freedom on 15th August in which time day/ night/ noon/ Midnight?
Ans: Midnight.

◆ "Make in India" logo?
Ans: Moving Lion.

◆ India's largest freshwater lake?
Ans: Wular Lake.

◆ Who was Prime Minister of Pakistan in 1999?
Ans: Nawaz Sharif.

◆ COFEPOSA is associated with?
Ans: Smuggling and retain foreign currency.

◆ What is LIGO?
Ans: Laser Interferometer Gravitational- Wave Observatory.

◆ Oxygen was discovered by?
Ans: Joseph Priestley.

◆ Change in position with distance is?
Ans: Magnitude.

◆ Most abundant natural combustible gas?
Ans: Methane.

◆ What is Oneirology?
Ans: Scientific Study of dreams.

◆ In which year Sikkim get formed?
Ans: 1975.

◆ Mount Everest is located in which country?
Ans: Nepal

◆ Who got Olympic Quota in wrestling in 2015?
Ans: Narsingh Yadav.

◆ Kangaroo is the national animal of which country?
Ans: Australia.

◆ What is the foundation year of Arunachal Pradesh?
Ans: 1987.

◆ Limerick is?
Ans: A five line poetry

Monday, April 4, 2016



◆ What is the currency of Korea?
Ans: Won.

◆ Which country will host the 2019 Rugby world cup?
Ans: Japan.

◆ Who won Nobel Peace Prize award in 2011?
Ans: Tawakkol Karman, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Leymah Gbowee.

◆ Project Tiger was introduced in year?
Ans: 1973.

◆ Jallianwala Bagh Massacre took place in which year?
Ans: 1919 April 13.

◆ Who designed the building of the Indian Parliament?
Ans: Sir Edwin Lutyens and Sir Herbert Baker.

◆ In which state saffron is
Ans: Jammu and Kashmir

◆ Which monument was built by Shah Jahan in Delhi?
Ans: Jama Masjid.

◆ King Ashoka belonged to which dynasty?
Ans: Mourya Dynasty.

◆ NaCl is a ..?
Ans: Salt.

◆ Which Country got Independence in 2011?
Ans: South Sudan.

◆ Minimum Age to become PM in India?
Ans: 25 years.

◆ "Emergency" is taken from which country?
Ans: Germany.

◆ Which of the following terms are related to Badminton?
Ans: Wood shot, Hairpin net shot.

◆ Who invented X-rays?
Ans: W.C. Roentgen.

◆ Homo Sapiens is scientific name of?
Ans: Human beings.

◆ Which recently discovered creature lives without water for 10 years?
Ans: Kangaroo Rat.

◆ Who invented Periodic Table?
Ans: Dmitri Mendeleev.

◆ Study of Organisms and their Environment is called?
Ans: Ecology

◆ First man who reached outer space?
Ans: Yuri Gagarin

◆ Which country developed fastest acting anti rabies vaccine?
Ans: India

◆ What is the capital city of Gujarat?
Ans: Gandhinagar

◆ In which Olympic year did women participated in all events for first time?
Ans: 2012, London

◆ River Brahmputra doesn’t flow in which country?
Ans: Myanmar

◆ Sri Lanka got Independence in which year?
Ans: 1948

◆ Which planet has no satellites?
Ans: Mercury and Venus

◆ What is CRISPR?
Ans: Clustered Regularly Interspaced Shot Palindromic Repeats.

◆ The image formed on the retina of human eyes is?
Ans. Real and Inverted.


◆ What did Alexander Fleming discovered?
Ans: Penicillin.

◆ Who is the founder of Mughal Dynasty ?
Ans: Babur.

◆ White desert of India?
Ans: Rann of Kuch desert.

◆ Tennis is played on which surface?
Ans: Hard, Grass and Clay courts.

◆ Which of the following colours has least wavelength?
Ans: Violet

◆ What is molecular formula of Sugar?
Ans: C12H22O11

◆ Who is the father of Indian Space Programs?
Ans: Vikram Sarabhai

◆ Mode of 53, 54, 55, 55, 55, 54, 55, 56, 57, 69 and 37?
Ans: 55

◆ First woman President of Pakistan?
Ans: Benazir Bhutto.

◆ On which planet frozen water is found?
Ans: Pluto.

◆ Oldest oil reserves in India?
Ans: Digboi, Assam.

◆ First President of Indian National Congress?
Ans: W.C. Bonnerjee.

◆ Which Indian won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014?
Ans: Kailash Satyarthi.

◆ Kidney stone is caused by?
Ans: Calcium Oxalate.

◆ Who introduced Orthodox Christianity in Russia?
Ans: Vladimir.

◆ World's first space tourist?
Ans: Dennis Anthony Tito.

◆ Which was first geostationary satellite launched in India?
Ans: Ariane Passenger Payload Experiment (APPLE) in 1981.

◆ Which of following elements is liquid at room temperature?
Ans: Bromine.

◆ Height of badminton net above ground level?
Ans: 1.524 meter.

◆ Which monument was built to commemorate the eradication of plague?
Ans: Charminar.

◆ National song of India was composed by?
Ans: Bankim Chandra Chatterjee.

◆ Air conditioner was invented by?
Ans: Willis Carrier


◆ Solid Iodine colour?
Ans: Purple.

◆ First Nobel Prize winner in Literature?
Ans: Sully Prudhomme (French).

◆ ISRO combined with which police for "Predictive policing"?
Ans: Delhi Police.

◆ Khajuraho temple is located in which state?
Ans: Madhya Pradesh.

◆ Administrator of Union Territory?
Ans: Lt. Governor & Administrator.

◆ Basilica of bom jesus belongs to which state?
Ans: Goa.

◆ First indian to get Nobel prize?
Ans: Rabindranath Tagore.

◆ Golden Temple is situated on which river?
Ans: Ravi river.

◆ Jayakwadi Dam located on which river?
Ans: Godavari River.

◆ The 100 Years War was a long struggle between which countries (1337 to 1453)?
Ans: England and France.

◆ Who was the first ODI Captain of Indian Cricket Team?
Ans: Ajit Wadekar.

◆ Who invented Dynamo?
Ans: Michael Faraday.

◆ Highest cricket ground in India is located in which state?
Ans: Himachal Pradesh (Chail).

◆ Mrinalini Sarabhai is famous for?
Ans: Indian Classical Dancer.

◆ Which one is different?
a) Wular lake
b) Dal lake
c) Vembanad lake
d) Sheshnag lake
Ans: c. Except Vemband lake (Kerala) remaining three are in the (Jammu & Kashmir).

◆ Nephrology is the study of?
Ans: Kidney function.

◆ What is Geotropism?
Ans: The growth of the parts of plants in response to the force of gravity.

◆ 2016 World Economic forum Summit held?
Ans: Davos (Switzerland).

◆ In the following, which has pH value below 7?
Ans: Acids.

◆ Shiva Ayyadurai invented?
Ans: Email.

◆ Defence minister of India hoisted (largest flag with tallest flagpole) Indian National flag in 2016 at?
Ans: Pahari Mandir (Ranchi).

◆ Fundamental duties taken from which country?
Ans: USSR.

Friday, April 1, 2016



  • First Female CM in India?
     Sucheta Kriplani
  • Where is NASA located in USA?
     Washington, DC
  • Chandrayan-1 was launched in the year?
     2008 October 22
  • Kudankulam nuclear power plant is located in?
     Tirunelveli District in Tamil Nadu
  • Asian Games were held in India in the years?
     1951 and 1982
  • 2014 Commonwealth games Gold medal winner in badminton?
     Parupalli Kashyap
  • Name of the place Osama bin Laden was killed in Pakistan?
  • Kaziranga National Park is in which state?
  • First Home Minister of India after Independence?
     Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel
  • India's Central Banking and Monetary Authority is controlled by?
  • What is the full form of IMO?
     International Maritime Organization
  • Who is the Chancellor of Nalanda University?
     George Yeo
  • "Ekta Diwas" is observed on?
     31st October
  • Who was the "Political Guru" of Mahatma Gandhi ?
     Gopal Krishna Gokhale
  • Web pages are written by?
  • NFC is based on?
     RFID (Radio Frequency Identification)
  • "Dialysis" is a treatment for which part of the human body?
  • Evaporation of liquid to absorb heat is a principle used in?
  • Partition of Bengal in 1905 is done by? 
     Lord Curzon
  • Crop Insurance Scheme comes under?
     Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana (PMFBY).
  • Larynx is also called?
     Voice box
  • Green Highway policy is for?
     Plantation of trees along the roads
  • Venue of 2018 FIFA World Cup? 
  • Water droplets cause rainbow due to?
     Reflection, Refraction and Dispersion
  • Major tea producing state in India?
  • Who appoints Governor of State?
  • 1 Rs and 2 Rs coins are made of?
     Ferratic Stainless Steel.
  • Cricketer to hit six sixes in a over in T20 is ___?
     Yuvraj Singh
  • Young Crocodiles are called?


First Shift

1. What is the full form of IFSC?
◆ Indian Financial System Code

2. National Good Governance day is observed every year on?
◆December 25

3. In which year Quit India Moment started?
◆ 1942

4. Which missile's third generation successfully fired in Rajasthan?
◆ Nag

5. 2019 cricket world cup hosting countries?
◆ England and Wales.

6. Who is the winner of Rajeev Gandhi Khel Ratna award-2015?
◆ Sania Mirza

7. Who elects Rajya Sabha members?
◆ Elected members of State Legislative Assemblies

8. Whose signature appears on Indian currency?
◆ RBI Governor

9. At present Indian Coins are made from?
◆ Ferritic Stainless Steel

10. What is "Oncology"?
◆ A branch of science that deals with tumours and cancers

11. Which compound in LPG gives it smell on Leakage?
◆ Ethyl Mercaptan (Sulphur Compound)

12. In which state "Thar desert" located?
◆ Rajasthan

13. By which device measures the pressure?
◆ Barometer

14. Where is UNO Headquarters located?
◆ New York

15. Shimla agreement-1972 signed between?
◆ Indira Gandhi and Zulfikar Ali Bhutto

16. "Constitution Day" is observed every year on?
◆ 26 Nov

17. Money Transfer through mobile is called?
◆ IMPS (Immediate Payment Service)

18. Which oil is the source of Vitamin D?
◆ Cod liver

19. Which is the capital city of Jammu and Kashmir?
◆ Shrinagar

20. What is the full form of BIOS?
◆ Basic Input Output System

21. The exercise "Megadooth" was conducted by Indian Army at which place?
◆ Siachen Glacier, Leh

22. Yogini Cult has its origin from which state?
◆ Odisha

23. Who won C.K. Naidu life time achievement award, recently?
◆ Syed Kirmani

24. Young India weekly Journal started by?
◆ Gandhiji

25. Hockey league 2016 is won by?
◆ Jaypee Punjab Warriors

26. Normal eye vision distance approximately?
◆ 6 metres

27. National Space Society headquarters located in?
◆ Washington D.C.

28. Who won ISL Champion 2015?
◆ Chennaiyan FC.

Second Shift

1. "Chicken Pox" is caused by the virus?
◆ Varicella Zoster virus

2. Who is the 15th P.M. of India?
◆ Narendra Modi

3. One rupee note bears signature of?
◆ Finance Secretary

4. Bhagat Singh was executed in which year?
◆ 1931 (March 23)

5. Who invented Audio phones in 1910?
◆ Nathaniel Baldwin

6. LOC between India and Pakistan was constructed in which year?
◆ 1972

7. Chemotherapy is used for treatment of?
◆ Cancer

8. Which states achieved 100% inclusion in PMJDY?
◆ Goa and Kerala

9. Which computer key is used to get help menu?
◆ F1 button.

10. Common wealth game was held first time in India in which year?
◆ 2010

11. What is cloud computing?
◆ Service

12. "Jallikattu" game is of which state?
◆ Tamil Nadu

13. What is currency paper made of?
◆ Cotton and cotton rags.

14. Recently India signed a contract to increase solar energy with which country?
◆ France

15. The book "Wings of Fire" is written by?
◆ Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam

16. Which of the following is not a search engine?
◆ Flipkart

17. How many languages appear on Indian currency note?
◆ 17

18. Which river is called Ganga of South India?
◆ Godavari

19. Arunachal Pradesh capital?
◆ Itanagar

20. RBI extended the date to change its pre-dated notes of 2005 to?
◆ 30th June, 2016

21. How much decibel can a human ear hear?
◆ 60 - 120 dB

22. What is MS office?
◆ Application software

23. National flag of India was designed by?
◆ Pingali Venkaiyya

24. First woman to win Gold medal in Olympics Boxing?
◆ Nicola Adams

25. Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana first started in which state?
◆ Maharashtra

26. What is the process to split hydrogen gas out of the water?
◆ Electrolysis

27. Pathology is the study of?
◆ Diseases caused by different organisms

Third Shift

1. Which movement was stopped after Chauri-Chaura incident?
◆ Non-cooperation movement

2. Which test is used to measure AIDS?

3. Nails are made up of?
◆ Keratin

4. First Deputy Prime Minister of India?
◆ Sardar Vallabhai Patel

5. Google CEO?
◆ Sunder Pichai

6. International Maritime Organisation is located at?
◆ London

7. Gandhi and Irwin agreement was signed in which year?
◆ 1931

8. What is the Nitrogen percentage in air?
◆ 78%

9. ISRO headquarters located in?
◆ Bangalore

10. The longest part in human digestive system
◆ Small Intestine

11. The time period for the validity of the cheque?
◆ 3 months

12. Air quality Index means?
◆ Indicates pollutants level in air and its impact on health

13. The instrument is used to control the temperature?
◆ Thermostat

14. The Main objective of Ganga Action Plan?
◆ Cleaning of Ganga River

15. Neckchand Garden located in which city?
◆ Chandigarh

16. In 1989 Sachin Tendulkar played first test match against which country?
◆ Pakistan

17. 2023 World Cricket Cup host?
◆ India

18. Maharatna means?
◆ Public Sector undertakings (Eg: ONGC)

Wednesday, March 30, 2016


First Shift

1. Mangalyan launched from?
◆ PSLV-25 (Sriharikota)

2. RBI Nationalised in which year?
◆ 1949

3. Granite is an example of?
◆ Igneous

4. Quit India Revolution started on?
◆ 1942 August 8

5. Largest fresh water lake in the world?
◆ Lake Baikal

6. Who is Chief Justice of India?
◆ Justice T.S. Thakur

7. Adver Jenner invented?
◆ Vaccine for Smallpox

8. Which organ of the human body can grow and regenerate?
◆ Liver

9. Paper was invented in which country?
◆ China

10. UNESCO headquarters located in?
◆ Paris

11. "Kunchikal" waterfalls located in which state?
◆ Karnataka

12. Interpol headquarters?
◆ Lyon, France

13. "Tee" term associated with which
◆ Golf

14. A deep crack in glacier is called?
◆ Crevasse

15. Who is known as Frontier Gandhi?
◆ Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan

16. National song was written by?
◆ Bankim Chandra Chatterjee (also known as Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay)

17. Environment Day is observed on?
◆ 5th June

18. Largest non polar desert in the world?
◆ Sahara

19. Where is the island of Sychelles located?
◆ Mahe (Indian Ocean)

20. Which of the following is Land locked country?
◆ Liechtenstein

21. Pollination by wind is called?
◆ Anemophily or Wind Pollination

22. Brightest star in our sky?
◆ Sirius A

23. A passage to Infinity: Medieval Indian Mathematics from Kerala and its impact written by?
◆ George Gheverghese Joseph

24. Gases causing greenhouse effect?
◆ Water vapor, Carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide and ozone.

25. Thialand Currency?
◆ Thai Baht

26. Mughal Last Emperor?
◆ Bahadur Shah-II

27. Queen Berry rules belongs to which game?
◆ Modern boxing

28. Smallest bone in human body?
◆ Stapes

29. Which country won football world cup maximum number of times?
◆ Brazil

30. Who is the founder of "Din - I - ilahi"?
◆ Mughal Emperor Akbar

31. Aurum means which metal?
◆ Gold

Second Shift

1. Who is the highest gold medals winner in Olympics of one season?
◆ Michael Phelps

2. Chief Justice of India retirement age?
◆ 65 years

3. What is the full form of SPM?
◆ Suspended Particulate Matter

4. Berlin wall demolished in which year?
◆ 1989

5. Tallest building in world?
◆ Burj Khalifa

6. Animal with highest number of legs?
◆ Millepede

7. "Mala Vikagni Mitram" Book is written by?
◆ Kalidasa

8. 2015 TIME person of the year?
◆ Angela Merkel

9. Number of medals for India in 2012 Olympics?
◆ 6 Medals.

10. First Wheel is made with?
◆ Wood

11. Who is the Chief Election Commissioner of India?
◆ Nasim Zaidi

12. What is the chemical name of "Baking soda"?
◆ Sodium Bicarbonate (NaHCO3)

13. Who gives oath to the President?
◆ Chief Justice of India

14. Kamarup kingdom was in which state?
◆ Assam

15. Zika virus spread by?
◆ Aedes mosquito

16. Swej nehar is in which country?
◆ Egypt (Mediterranean Sea to Red Sea)

17. What is Graphene?
◆ Allotrope of carbon

18. What is the full form of RADAR?
◆ Radio Detection And Ranging

19. Who is called as "Father of Geometry"?
◆ Euclid

20. Who won highest grand slams (male)?
◆ Roger Federer

21. What is the full form of DPT?
◆ Diphtheria, Pertussis, Tetanus

22. Which river flows through Karnataka and Tamil Nadu?
◆ Kaveri

Third Shift

1. Which country shares largest border with India?
◆ Bangladesh

2. Real is currency of which country?
◆ Brazil

3. MOM Satellite is Launched on?
◆ 2013 Nov 5

4. Environment Day is observed on?
◆ June 5

5. What is the name of the Satellite ISRO is planning to launch on
◆ Aditya-I

6. "No Tobacco Day" is observed on?
◆ May 31

7. Which of the following rivers originates from Western Ghats?
◆ Kaveri

8. Thomas Cup associated with which sport?
◆ Badminton

9. 69th Republic Day Chief Guest?
◆ Francois Hollande, France President

10. 2015 World Cup was held in?
◆ Australia and Newzealand

11. Yahoo personality of the year 2015?
◆ Cow

12. Rupee Symbol was introduced in India in the year?
◆ 2010 July 15

13. 103rd National Science Congress was held in which city?
◆ Mysore

14. Zika Virus related to which organ of the body?
◆ Brain

15. Bear Market means?
◆ Fall of share market

16. ONGC headquarters located in?
◆ Dehradun, Uttarakhand

17. Earths water cycle powered by?
◆ Sun

18. New name of "Bharatpur National Park"?
◆ Keoladeo Ghana National Park

Tuesday, March 29, 2016


First Shift:

1. Capital of Cyprus?
◆ Nicosia

2. By which Constitutional Amendment the voting age was reduced from 21 years to 18 years?
◆ 61st Amendment

3. The Khurda Road Division, Odisha of the East Coast Railway (ECoR) has set a target to install
bio-toilets in 2,000 train coaches during 2016 - 17 as part of?
◆ Swachh Bharat Mission

4. Which river is called as "Sorrow of Bengal"?
◆ Damodar River

5. Which number of Lok Sabha was formed during 2014 elections?
◆ 16th

6. Name of 1st Satellite on Moon?
◆ Sputnik 1

7. Marsh Gas?
◆ Methane

8. Konark Temple was built by?
◆ Narasimhadeva-I

9. What is the name of horse of Maharana Pratap Singh?
◆ Chetak

10. Golden temple of Dambulla is located in?
◆ Sri Lanka

11. Viticulture means?
◆ Production of Grapes

12. Odd one out: (External hard disk, CD, Keyboard, Digital camera)?
◆ Keyboard

13. World TB day is observed on?
◆ 24 March

14. Karnam Malleswari related to which game?
◆ Weight lifting

15. Who gave the slogan "Do or Die"?
◆ Mahatma Gandhi

16. The boxer, who is known as "Real Deal"?
◆ Evander Holyfield

17. Smallest Continent of the World?
◆ Australia

18. Under Article 356 of the constitution of India, President's rule was imposed for the first time in?
◆ PEPSU (Patiala and East Punjab States Union (PEPSU) was a state of India between 1948 and 1956)

19. Which of the following chemical is called as Saltpeter?
◆ Potassium Nitrate

20. The Political parties got the constitutional recognition for the first time in the year?
◆ 1985

21. How many moons does mars have?
◆ 2 (Phobos and Deimos)

22. Aruna Asif Ali hoisted flag in which movement?
◆ Quit India Movement

23. Establishment of the Panchayati Raj System was recommended by?
◆ Balwant Rai Mehta Committee Report 1957.

24. Kuchipudi belongs to which state?
◆ Andhra Pradesh

25. Rowlatt Act was introduced in?
◆ 1919

26. Who discovered Penicillin?
◆ Alexander Fleming

27. When did Swami Vivekananda delivered his speech in "World Religion Conference" in Chicago city?
◆ 1893

28. When did Vasco da Gama reach India?
◆ 1498 May 20

29. Mrinalini Sarabai is related with?
◆ Dance

30. First amendment of Constitution of India was made in?
◆ 1951.

31. The words "Satyameva Jayate" inscribed below the base plate of the emblem of India are taken from?
◆ Mundak Upanishad.

32. Railway Staff College situated in?
◆ Vadodara

33. First Indian Artificial Satellite?
◆ Aryabhatta

34. 3rd Panipat war held between?
◆ Durrani Empire Ahmad Shah Abdali of Afghanistan and The Maratha Empire Balavil Baji Rao

35. DRDO established in the year?
◆ 1958

36. India's Longest canal?
◆ Indira Gandhi Canal

Second Shift

1. Most abundant element?
◆ Oxygen

2. Father of Indian Space research?
◆ Vikram Ambalal Sarabhai

3. Number of players in Kho kho game?
◆ 9

4. First Indian Woman to won the Gold medal in Asian Games?
◆ Kamaljeet Sandhu

5. 2018 winter session Olympics will be held in?
◆ Pyeongchang, South Korea

6. Disease caused by deficiency of Vitamin A?
◆ Xerophthalmia (Night Blindness), Xerosis Conjunctiva, Xerosis Cornea and Bitot's Spots

7. Polio Vaccine is developed by?
◆ Jonas Edward Salk

8. 2015 French Open Winner?
◆ Stan Wawrinka (Men), Serena Williams (Women)

9. Which country celebrates Independence Day on January 4th?
◆ Burma

10. Study of Birds is called?
◆ Ornithology

11. Group of Dolphins is called?
◆ School or Pod

12. Buddha attained enlightenment at?
◆ Bodh Gaya

13. Capital City of Denmark?
◆ Copenhagen

14. Ajanta and Ellora caves are located in which state?
◆ Maharashtra

15. Name of the first dog to go into the space?
◆ Laika

16. When did Nobel Prizes awarded for the first time?
◆ 1901 DEC 10 (The prizes in Chemistry, Literature, Peace, Physics, and Physiology or Medicine were first awarded in 1901)

17. The most number of Oscar Awards winner?
◆ Walt Disney

18. Smallest planet in Solar System?
◆ Mercury

19. First speaker of Lok Sabha?
◆ Ganesh Vasudev Mavalankar

20. Rabindranath Tagore won the Nobel Prize in the year?
◆ 1913

21. UN Climate change meeting held in?
◆ Paris

22. Router means?
◆ A router is a networking device that forwards data packets between computer networks.

23. Largest population Country?
◆ China

24. International Yoga day is celebrated on?
◆ June 21

25. Which country has largest area?
◆ Russia

26. ALU full form?
◆ Arithmetic Logic Unit

27. PSLV full form?
◆ Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle

28. Another name of Computer chip?
◆ Micro Chip

29. Who established DMK party?
◆ C.N. Annadurai

30. Which country gifted statue of liberty to America?
◆ France

31. Which of the following Hockey players won the Padma Shri Award?
◆ Balbir Singh Dosanjh

32. India's oldest Dam?
◆ Kallanai Dam (Tamil Nadu), also known as Grand Anicut.

33. Instrument to detect object under water?
◆ Sonar

34. Number of Fundamental duties?
◆ 11

Third Shift

1. Titanic Ship belongs to which country?
◆ United Kingdom

2. Who won 2015 Miss Universe?
◆ Pia Wurtzbach

3. Which city has highest population density in Australia ?
◆ Sydney

4. Best Animated movie in 2015 Oscar awards?
◆ Big Hero 6

5. Subhash Chandra Bose father Name?
◆ Janakinath Bose

6. Which soils absorbs less water?
◆ Clay soils

7. Colour of Octopus blood?
◆ Blue

8. Smallest bone in the body?
◆ Stapes

9. Another name of Chanakya?
◆ Kautilya

10. IISc located in?
◆ Bengaluru

11. Units of electricity in S.I. method?
◆ Ampere

12. Dada Saheb Falke Award first winner?
◆ Devika Rani

13. Height of the Everest Mountain?
◆ 8,848 m.

14. Who established Brahma Samaj?
◆ Raja Ramamohan Rai

15. World Food Day is celebrated on?
◆ October 16

Sunday, March 27, 2016

RRB (Non Technical) Exam General Knowledge Practice Questions

1. Which of the following crops is regarded as a plantation crop?
1) Coconut
2) Cotton
3) Sugarcane
4) Rice

2. Which of the following is used in oven?
1) X-rays
2) UV rays
3) Microwaves
4) Radioactive

3. Gamma rays can cause .....
1) gene mutation
2) sneezing
3) burning
4) fever

4. Which element found in all organic compounds?
1) Carbon
2) Nitrogen
3) Calcium
4) None of them

5. Alloys made with mercury as one metal are called?
1) Mixtures
2) Emulsions
3) Solders
4) Amalgams

6. All noble gases are .....
1) Colourless
2) Colour
3) Colourless and odourless
4) Colourless and but have odour

7. What is the hardest form of carbon?
1) Coke
2) Graphite
3) Charcoal
4) Diamond

8. What is hottest part of the gas flame is called ........
1) blue zone
2) luminous zone
3) dark zone
4) non-luminous zone

9. Which type of lens is used to correct myopia?
1) Convex lens
2) Concave lens
3) Biconcave lens
4) Biconvex lens

10. Which one of the following is used to coat household articles?
1) Lead
2) Silver
3) Chromium
4) Tin

11. Which one of the following radioactive elements is used in heart pacemakers?
1) Platinum
2) Cobalt
3) Iodine
4) Iron

12. What is the chemical name of a substance which kills rats?
1) White phosphorus
2) Red phosphorus
3) Potassium cyanide
4) Ethyl Alcohol

13. The boiling point of water can be raised by..
1) reducing pressure
2) increasing pressure
3) reducing heat supply
4) increasing heat supply

14. Optic fibre are used in:
1) CAT scans
2) X-ray photos
3) Ultrasound scans
4) Endoscopy

15. "curie" is unit of:
1) Radioactivity
2) Temperature
3) Heat
4) Energy

16. Which of the following types of soil are mostly confined to river basins and coastal plains of India?
1) Alluvial soils
 2) Black soils
3) Laterite soils
4) Red soils

17. T.V. antennas are usually made up of .....
1) Copper
2) Steel
3) Aluminium
4) Brass

18. The natural region which holds the Indian subcontinent is .......
1) equatorial climate change region
2) hot desert
3) monsoon
4) Mediterranean

19. Which of the following diseases is caused by a virus?
1) Diabetes
2) Malaria
3) Smallpox
4) Tuberculosis

20. What is the mainstay of Indian economy?
1) Manufacturing
2) Business
3) Public sector
4) Agriculture

21. Name the poison present in tobacco.
1) Coniine
2) Nicotine
3) Theobromine
4) Narcotine

22. Alcoholic drink contains ......
1) Butyl Alcohol
2) Ethyl Alcohol
3) Propyl Alcohol
4) Methyl Alcohol

23. Which of the following dams has generations of power more than irrigation as its main purpose?
1) Gandhi Sagar
2) Hirakud
3) Periyar
4) Tungabhadra

24. Which of the following areas or regions is most prone to earthquakes?
1) Ganga-Brahmaputra valley
2) Deccan plateau
3) Plains of Northern India
4) Western ghats

25. For which Diode is used?
1) Modulation
2) Oscillation
3) Amplification
4) Purification

26. Name the gas used for making vegetable ghee.
1) Nitrogen
2) Oxygen
3) Sulphur
4) Hydrogen

27. In summer, the mirages are seen due to the phenomenon of .......
1) reflection of light
2) total internal reflection
3) interference of light
4) diffraction of light

28. Electron microscope was invented by .....
1) Knoll and Ruska
2) Robert Koch
3) Leeuwenhoek
4) CPS Wanson

29. Which metal does not undergo corrosion due to the formation of oxide layer?
1) Copper
2) Iron
3) Aluminum
4) Zinc

30. The chemical part of the dye that absorbs light and produces colour is called .............
1) Neon
2) a chromophore
3) a photochrome
4) a pigment

31. A nautical mile is equal to ....
1) 5060 feet
2) 6080 feet
3) 5280 feet
4) 6060 feet

32. What is viewed through an electron microscope?
1) electrons and other elementary particles
2) structure of bacteria and viruses
3) inside of human stomach
4) inside of the human eye

33. 'Vinegar' is commercial name of ....
1) Oxalic acid
2) Hydrochloric acid
3) Acetic acid
4) Citric Acid

34. The study of Dendrology is associated with:
1) Flowers
2) Trees
3) Shrubs
4) Plants

35. The food poisoning is caused by .....
1) Clostridium titeni
2) Clostridium botulinum
3) Salmonella toyphosis
4) Baslils anthresis

36. The Bhopal gas tragedy was caused by the gas ........
1) Methyl chloride
2) Methyl Iso cyanide
3) Methyl Iso Cyanate
4) Methyl Cyanide

37. Molasses a by-product in the manufacture of sugar, is converted into .......
1) Alcohol
2) Paper
3) Fuel
4) Pulp

38. The thermal equator is found .....
1) at the equator
2) at the Tropic of Cancer
3) north of the geographical equator
4) south of the geographical equator

39. A large blood vessel that carries blood away from the heart is called.....
1) a vein
2) an artery
3) a capillary
4) nerve

40. Horse latitudes lie within the atmosphere pressure belts of .......
1) Equatorial low
2) Polar high
3) Sub-tropical high
4) Sub-polar low

41. Name the Continents that form a mirror image.
1) Asia and Africa
2) North America and South America
3) Africa and South America
4) Europe and Asia

42. Which of the following is an air-borne disease?
1) Measles
2) Pink eye
3) Typhoid
4) Tuberculosis

43. Plants which grow on saline soils are ......
1) Xerophytes
2) Hydrophytes
3) Halophytes
4) Succulents

44. Which component of plants receives stimulus for flowering?
1) Stems
2) Branches
3) Leaves
4) Roots

45. Which one of the following hormones is a steroid?
1) Cortisone
2) Glucagon
3) Insulin
4) Oxytocin

46. Fungi are plants that lack ........
1) Oxygen
2) Carbon dioxide
3) Chlorophyll
4) None of these

47. Submarines move under water. They have engines that run on ......
1) Petrol and oxygen
2) Diesel
3) Batteries
4) Stream

48. Reptiles are ......
1) Cold blooded
2) Warm blooded
3) Non-hearing
4) Egg-laying

49. Camberts law is related to .....
1) Reflection
2) Refraction
3) Interference
4) Illumination

50. Which one among the following is a major source of sugar?
1) Watermelon
2) Beetroot
3) Sugarcane
4) Date

1-1, 2-3, 3-1, 4-1, 5-4, 6-3, 7-4, 8-4, 9-2, 10-1
11-1, 12-1, 13-2, 14-4, 15-1, 16-1, 17-3, 18-3, 19-3, 20-4
21-2, 22-2, 23-1, 24-1, 25-4, 26-4, 27-2, 28-2, 29-3, 30-4,
31-2, 32-2 33-3, 34-2, 35-2, 36-3, 37-1, 38-3, 39-2, 40-3
41-3, 42-1, 43-3, 44-3, 45-1, 46-3, 47-2, 48-1, 49-3, 50-3

Friday, March 11, 2016


1. The river most mentioned in early Vedic literature is ....
1) Sindhu
2) Sutudri
3) Sarasvati
4) Ganga

2. Who among the following is constitutionally empowered to declare a geographic area as a scheduled area?
1) Governor
2) Chief Minister
3) Prime Minister
4) President

3. 'Right to constitutional remedy' has been mentioned in which article of the constitution?
1) 30
2) 31
3) 35
4) 32

4. What are masala bonds?
1) Rupee denominated domestic bonds
2) Rupee denominated overseas bonds
3) Dollar denominated overseas bonds
4) Dollar denominated domestic bonds

5. Which country is conducting the first 'South Asian Annual Disaster Management Exercise' (SAADMEx) - 2015?
1) Myanmar
2) India
3) Sri Lanka
4) Bangladesh

6. Who among the following was a lady Alvar Saint?
1) Andal
2) Madhura Kavi
3) Perumal
4) Tirupan

7. Who is the author of the autobiography, "The Indian Struggle"?
1) Annie Besant
2) Subhash Chandra Bose
3) Chittaranjan Das
4) Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel

8. Who among the following has been elected as President of FICCI for 2016?
1) Venugopal Dhoot
2) Rajan Raheja
3) Harshavardhan Neotia
4) Sanjiv Goenka

9. In which country, the world's second largest diamond ever has been discovered?
1) South Africa
2) Botswana
3) Democratic Republic of Congo
4) Namibia

10. Who among the following is honored with UN Disaster Risk Reduction Asia Champion?
1) Ajinder Walia
2) Kiren Rijiju
3) Shekher Chaturvedi
4) Sreeja S. Nair

11. Which of the following union territories of India has the highest density of population per sq km?
1) Pondicherry
2) Lakshadweep
3) Delhi
4) Chandigarh

12. Which atomic power station in India is built completely indigenously?
1) Kalpakkam
2) Narora
3) Rawat Bhata
4) Tarapore

13. The south-west monsoon contributes .......... of the total rain in India.
1) 86%
2) 50%
3) 22%
4) 100%

14. Who among the following is the winner of the 2015 Infosys Prize for Social Sciences?
1) Srinath Raghavan
2) Amit Sharma
3) Mohan Maharaj
4) G Ravindra Kumar

15. In which among the following cities, India's first AMRIT pharmacy outlet was opened?
1) Bhubaneswar
2) Surat
3) Mangalore
4) New Delhi

16. The apex institution in the area of rural finance is:
1) RBI
2) SBI
4) All of these

17. Which among the following is the most famous Bronze Image of Chola Period?
1) Murugan
2) Nataraja
3) Venkateshwara
4) Vishnu

18. The Kuka Movement started in the midnineteenth century is .....
1) Western Punjab
2) Maharashtra
3) Bengal
4) Madhya Bharat

19. Who among the following Indian women farmer is included in BBC's list of 100 most
aspirational women?
1) Shoba Pramila
2) Lakshmi Kumari
3) Rimppi Kumari
4) M. Mahadevi

20. The East Asia Summit 2015 was held in which country?
1) Singapore
2) Indonesia
3) Philippines
4) Malaysia

21. Which Indian state has signed a historic sister- state agreement with South Australia?
1) West Bengal
2) Rajasthan
3) Madhya Pradesh
4) Andhra Pradesh

22. Which one of the following scripts of ancient India was written from right to left?
1) Brahmi
2) Nandnagari
3) Sharada
4) Kharoshti

23. The silver coins issued by the Guptas were called ....
1) Rupaka
2) Karshapana
3) Dinara
4) Pana

24. Which Indian state has entered the Guinness Book of World Records for planting the most number of saplings in one day?
1) Karnataka
2) Tamilnadu
3) Rajasthan
4) Uttarpradesh

25. Which organ is the custodian of the National purse?
1) Executive
2) Judiciary
3) Legislature
4) Civil Servants

26. The tenth schedule of Indian constitution deals with ......
1) Anti-defection legislation
2) Panchayati Raj
3) Land Reforms
4) Distribution of powers between the Union and states

27. The best indicator of economic development of any country is ........
1) its agriculture
2) its transport
3) its gross production
4) its per capita income

28. Who was the father of Operation Flood?
1) Dr. Norman Borlaug
2) Dr. M.S. Swaminathan
3) Dr. Verghese Kurien
4) Dr. William Gande

29. What is the India's rank in 2015 Global Hunger Index (GHI) report?
1) 55
2) 65
3) 70
4) 80

30. Which of the following groups of rivers originate from the Himachal mountains?
1) Beas, Ravi and Chenab
2) Ravi, Chenab and Jhelum
3) Sutlej, Beas and Ravi
4) Sutlej, Ravi and Jhelum

31. Which of the following groups of states has the largest deposits of iron ore?
1) Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka
2) Bihar and Orissa
3) Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra
4) West Bengal and Assam

32. 'Ek Kadam Unnati Ki Aur' campaign is launched by which company in Telangana state?
1) Infosys
2) Intel
3) Flipkart
4) Wipro

33. Service sector (tertiary sector) includes:
1) Trade
2) Transport
3) Health and education
4) All of these

34. Who is the Chairman of the 13th Finance Commission?
1) Vijay Kelkar
2) K.C. Pant
3) C. Rangarajan
4) Montek Singh Ahluwalia

35. Which of the following is related to secondary sector?
1) Manufacturing
3) Trade
4) All of these

36. Who among the following has been appointed as a member to the high-level panel on health by United Nations (UN)?
1) P.M. Bhargava
2) Yusuf Hamied
3) Devi Prasad Shetty
4) Ashok Seth

37. Who among the following is the winner of the IBSF World Snooker Championship 2015?
1) Geet Sethi
2) Aditya Mehta
3) Pankaj Advani
4) Ashok Sandilya

38. The increase in oil seeds production was due to ....
1) White revolution
2) Yellow revolution
3) Green revolution
4) Brown revolution

39. Green Revolution in India was launched in:
1) 1971 - 72
2) 1960 - 61
3) 1966 - 67
4) 1980 - 81

40. On which date, The United Nations' (UN) International Day for Tolerance is observed?
1) November 10
2) November 16
3) November 21
4) November 24

41. The northern boundary of the peninsular plateau of Indian runs parallel to the Ganga and the Yamuna from Rajmahal hills to a point near ....
1) Allahabad
2) Delhi
3) Gwalior
4) Jaipur

42. Which of the following food grain crops occupies the largest part of the cropped area in India?
1) Barley and maize
2) Jowar and bajra
3) Rice
4) Wheat

43. Which Indian state will organise the Nypunyam 2016, an International Skill Summit?
1) Tamilnadu
2) Kerala
3) Maharashtra
4) Punjab

44. In context to defence system in India, 'Samarth' refers which one of the following?
1) Torpedo recovery vessel
2) Offshore patrol vessel
3) Aircraft carrier
4) Amphibious warfare ship

45. Satya Paul Agarwal, who passed away recently, was related to which of the following fields?
1) Cardiologist
2) Space scientist
3) Environmentalist
4) Neurosurgeon

46. India's first mega silk cluster will come up in which Indian state?
1) Assam
2) Karnataka
3) West Bengal
4) Andhra Pradesh

47. Who has been the only Lok Sabha Speaker
to have become the President of India?
1) Gyani Zail Singh
2) V. V. Giri
3) Neelam Sanjiva Reddy
4) K. R. Narayanan

48. The Comptroller and Auditor General is appointed by the President. He can be removed by
1) By the President
2) On the address from both Houses of Parliament
3) By the Supreme Court
4) On the recommendation of the President by the Supreme Court

49. Who is known as the First Law Officer of India?
1) Chief Justice of India
2) Law Minister of India
3) Attorney General of India
4) Law Secretary

50. What is the minimum age laid down for a candidate to seek election to the Lok Sabha?
1) 18 years
2) 21 years
3) 25 years
4) 30 years

1-1, 2-4, 3-4, 4-2, 5-2, 6-1, 7-2, 8-3, 9-2, 10-2
11-3, 12-1, 13-1, 14-1, 15-4, 16-3, 17-2, 18-1, 19-3, 20-4
21-2, 22-4, 23-1, 24-4, 25-3, 26-1, 27-4, 28-3, 29-4, 30-1
31-2, 32-2, 33-4, 34-1, 35-1,,36-2, 37-3, 38-2, 39-3, 40-2
41-2, 42-3, 43-2, 44-2, 45-4, 46-2, 47-3, 48-2, 49-3, 50-3

Saturday, February 13, 2016


RRB Chandigarh Assistant Station Master (A.S.M) Exam 2007 Solved Paper

1. If x means ", = means +, + means =, " means x then find the value of 13 " 12 - 400 + 20 x 100

(a) 1/760 
(b) 76
(c) 176 
(d) 186

2. If the numbers divisible by 3 between 14 and 55 (both inclusive) and the numbers with 3 at unit's place of them are removed then how may numbers will remain?

(a) 24 
(b) 23
(c) 22 
(d) 25

3. A trader told his servant Shambhu that he left for his home from the shop after every 2 : 40 hours. I left for home 55 minutes earlier and for the next time I will leave for home from my shop at 8 :15 p.m. At which time did I inform my servant?

(a) 6 30 
(b) 6:00
(c) 6 15 
(d) 4:20

4. Nivedita stops to walk after covering a distance of 10 km to the west. She then turns to the right and walks 8 km. Again she walks 4 km to the right. How far is she from her office?

(a) 18 km 
(b) 8 km
(c) 16 km 
(d) 10 km

5. Karishma is taller than Kajal. Kajal is taller than Vimal. Ankita is taller than Kajan and Vimal. Which is the tallest?

(a) Karishma 
(b) Kajal
(c) Ankita 
(d) None of these

6. Radha and Saroj are ranked 10th and 16th respectively in a class of 37 students. What will be their ranks from the bottom in the class?

(a) 28th, 22nd 
(b) 27th, 21st
(c) 28th, 20th 
(d) 27th, 22nd

7. If `A'=26, and SUN =27, then CAT?

(a) 24 
(b) 57
(c) 58 
(d) 27

8. A number when divided by three consecutive numbers 9, 11, 13 leaves the remainders 8, 9 and 8 respectively. If the order of divisors is reversed, the remainders will be:

(a) 8, 9, 8 
(b) 9, 8, 8
(c) 10, 1, 6 
(d) 10, 8, 9

9. Find the multiple of 11 in the following numbers?

(a) 978626 
(b) 112144
(c) 447355 
(d) 869756

10. Four prime numbers are arranged in ascending order. The product of first three is 385 and that of last three is 1001. The largest prime number is:

(a) 11 
(b) 13
(c) 17 
(d) 9

11. On dividing a number by 19, the difference between quotient and remainder is 9. The number is:

(c) 361 
(d) 371

12. Mohan engaged a servant on the condition that he would pay him Rs. 200 and a uniform after 10 days. The servant served only for 5 days and got Rs. 20 and a uniform. Find the price of the uniform.

(a) Rs. 80 
(b) Rs. 120
(c) Rs. 140 
(d) Rs. 160

13. If you subtract - 1 from + 1, what will be the result?

(a) 2 
(b) -2
(c) 0 
(d) 1

14. Find the value of 50 x 8.

(a) 40 
(b) 200
(c) 8 
(d) 0

15. One litre of water is evaporated from a 6 litre solution containing 4% sugar. The percentage of sugar in the remaining solution is:

(b) 4%

16. When water is changed into ice, its volume increases by 9%. If ice changes into water, the percentage decrease in volume is:

(a) 9% 
(b) 10%
(c) 18% 
(d) 900/ 109 %

17. A watch becomes fast by 5 minutes everyday. By what per cent does it become fast?

(a) 50/144 % 
(b) 5%

18. A bag contains 25 paise. 10 paise and 5 paise coins in the ratio 1 : 2 : 3. If their total value is Rs. 30, the number of 5 paise coins is:

(a) 50 
(b) 100
(c) 150 
(d) 200

19. The temperature of a place increases uniformly from 21°C to 38°C from 9 am to 2 pm. What was the temperature at noon?

(a) 28.5°C 
(b) 27°C
(c) 30°C 
(d) 32°C

20. If 5 men or 9 women can do a piece of work in 19 days; 3 men and 6 women will do the same work in:

(a) 10 days 
(b) 15 days
(c) 12 days 
(d) 7 days

21. Total area of 64 small squares of a chess board is 400cm2. There is 3 cm wide border around the chess board. What is the length of the side of the chess board?

(a) 17 cm 
(b) 20 cm
(c) 26 cm 
(d) 23 cm

22. If the radius of a circle is increased to 3 times. Then how many times will its circumference be increased?

(a) 2 times 
(b) 1/3 times
(c) 9 times 
(d) 3 times

23. A passenger train runs at the rate of 80 kmph. It starts from the station at some time. After 6 hours a goods trains leaves the station. The passenger train overtakes the goods train after 4 hours. The speed of goods train is:

(a) 32 km/h 
(b) 50 km/h
(c) 45 km/h 
(d) 64 km/h

24. A boat takes half time in moving a certain distance downstream than upstream. What is ratio between rate in still water and rate of current?

(a) 1 2 
(b) 3 : 1
(c) 2 : 1 
(d) 1 : 3

25. Two pipes can fill a cistern in 6 minutes and 7 minutes respectively. Both the pipes are opened alternately for 1 minute each. In what time will they fill the cistern?

(a) 5 minutes 
(b) 17/3 times
(c) 45/7 minutes 
(d) 5/4 minutes

26. Find the value of0.0016

(a) 0.4 
(b) 0.04
(c) 0.8 
(d) 4

27. By what number must 32 be multiplied to make it a perfect square?

(a) 4 
(b) 3
(c) 5 
(d) 2
Directions (28-30): Fill up the blanks with the appropriate words.

28. Mr. Jagdish is confident his success.

(a) about 
(b) of
(c) for 
(d) regarding

29. He persisted doing things in a manner in which he had been doing them.

(a) on 
(b) at
(c) about 
(d) in

30. An exhibition the new trends in computer education was held in Delhi.

(a) into 
(b) for
(c) of 
(d) on
Directions (31-35): In the following questions choose the word that can be substituted for the given words.

31. A disease which spreads by contact

(a) infection 
(b) contagious
(c) contiguous 
(d) uxoring

32. A science which studies insects

(a) Entomology 
(b) Epistemology
(c) Entymology 
(d) Biology

33. That which cann't be corrected

(a) Ineligible 
(b) Ineluctable
(c) Insortable 
(d) Incorrigible

34. One who believes easily

(a) sedulous 
(b) credible
(c) assiduous 
(d) credulous

35. A speech made for first time

(a) simultaneous 
(b) drawn
(c) extempore 
(d) maiden
Direction (36-39): Write word which is most opposite in meaning of the given word.

36. Obstinate

(a) Hoary 
(b) Amenable
(c) Tenable 
(d) Tender

37. Pernicious

(a) Salutary 
(b) Recondite
(c) Innocuous 
(d) Disastrous

38. Radical

(a) Singular 
(b) Unusual
(c) Normal 
(d) Conservative

39. Mention

(a) Impart 
(b) Observe
(c) Attend 
(d) Conceal
Direction (40-42): Choose the word which best expresses the meaning of the word.

40. Sedentary

(a) Material 
(b) Sluggish
(c) Slash 
(d) Mischief

41. Pertinacious

(a) Stubborn 
(b) Tremulous
(c) Stupid 
(d) Stingy

42. Gregarious

(a) Clumsy 
(b) Pugnacious
(c) Turbulent 
(d) Saciable

43. In Rajasthan, Mount Abu, famous for Jain temples is known for:

(a) Abu temple 
(b) Ranakpura temple
(c) Dilwara temple 
(d) Marble temple

44. The United Nations Organisation was formed on:

(a) October 20,1945 
(b) November 11, 1944 
(c) October 24, 1945 
(d) June 26, 1946

45. In Vedic literature the meaning of the word `Nishk' was ornament. It was used in Artharva Veda as:

(a) Weapon
(b) Agricultural implements
(c) Script
(d) Coin

46. The executive in India is directly responsible to the:

(a) President 
(b) Judiciary
(c) People 
(d) Legislature

47. The major producer of copper is:

(a) Kerala 
(b) Rajasthan
(c) Orissa 
(d) Madhya Pradesh

48. Boys scout and Girls Guide movements were formed by:

(a) Charles Andies 
(b) General Ramphel
(c) John Quat 
(d) Weden Powel

49. In history the Chola rulers are famous for which type of administration?

(a) Central 
(b) Urban
(c) State
(d) Village administration

50. Chanakya was known by the name:

(a) Samudragupta 
(b) Vishnugupta
(c) Shrigupta 
(d) None of these

51. The largest reserve of crude oil is in the country:

(a) Iran 
(b) Iraq
(c) Saudi Arab 
(d) Kuwait

52. The Jainism propounded the complete knowledge as:

(a) Jin 
(b) Ratna
(c) Kaivalya 
(d) Nirvana

53. The rotational motion of earth is maximum at the:

(a) North pole 
(b) Tropic of Capricorn
(c) Equator 
(d) Tropic of cancer

54. Silicon dioxide is used in:

(a) Cement production
(b) Cutting hard precious metals
(c) Glass manufacture
(d) None of these

55. In which of the following chemical energy is converted into electrical energy?

(a) Dynamo 
(b) Thermopile
(c) Battery 
(d) Atom bomb

56. If the atmosphere is removed from the earth:

(a) Day will lengthen
(b) Night will lengthen
(c) Both will remain same
(d) Both will be equal

57. In Kushana period the maximum development was observed in the field of:

(a) Religion 
(b) Art
(c) Literature 
(d) Architecture

58. In rice production Indic is ranked in the world

(a) First 
(b) Second
(c) Third 
(d) Fourth

59. The brightest star in the sky is:

(a) Proxima Centauri 
(b) Bernard
(c) Nebula 
(d) Cirius

60. The number of permanent member nations in the UN Security Council is:

(a) 10 
(b) 5
(c) 7 
(d) 15

61. From which mine diamond is extracted?

(a) Panna 
(b) Golkunda
(c) Jaipur 
(d) None of these

62. Like Poland in Europe which state in India is large?

(a) Bihar 
(b) Orissa
(c) Madhya Pradesh 
(d) Maharashtra

63. The capital of Vijayanager empire. Hampi was situated on the bank of the river:

(a) Krishna 
(b) Pennar
(c) Tungbhadra 
(d) Godavari

64. The land shape formed at the drainage site of the Chanbal river is:

(a) Ramp 
(b) Rift
(c) Delta 
(d) None of these

65. Which of the following rivers passes through Himachal Pradesh?

(a) Sutlej 
(c) Ravi 
(d) Chenab

66. Rigmies are related to:

(b) Europe
(c) Africa 
(d) America

67. Mettur dam is situated on the river:

(a) Krishna 
(b) Cauvery
(c) Narmada 
(d) Mahanadi

68. Most abundant element in maximum rocks is:

(a) Silicon 
(b) Carbon
(c) Iron 
(d) None of these

69. The old name of African country Ghana is:

(a) Abisinia 
(b) Congo
(c) Gold Coast 

70. Who first deciphered the Ashokan inscriptions?

(a) James Princep 
(b) James Williams
(c) John Munro 
(d) None of these

71. The foundation of Indian Vedanta philosophy is:

(a) Ram Charit Manas 
(b) Mahabharat
(c) Puranas 
(d) Upanishad

72. In which Satyagraha movement of Mahatma Gandhi women participated most?

(a) Quit India 
(b) Non-cooperation
(c) Salt 
(d) Bardoli

73. The noble gas is:

(a) Helium 
(b) Oxygen
(c) Nitrogen 
(d) Hydrogen

74. In which part of the Constitution, the separation of executive and judiciary has been described?

(a) Preamble
(b) Fundamental rights0
(c) Directive principles of state policy
(d) Seventh schedule

75. Who administers the Union Territory?

(a) Council of Ministers
(b) Governor
(c) Former Governor
(d) President

76. The spherical shape of rain drops is due to:

(a) Surface tension
(b) Viscosity
(c) Gravity
(d) Atmospheric pressure

77. Which is not an electric resistant?

(a) Lac 
(b) Glass
(c) Charcoal 
(d) Ebonite

78. The first black Nobel prize winner of literature in the world is:

(a) Tom Morrison 
(b) Luther King
(c) John King 
(d) None of these

79. Which of the following planets has the highest period of revolution around the sun?

(a) Mercury 
(b) Earth
(c) Mars 
(d) None of these

80. The headquarter of Asian Development Bank is in:

(a) Geneva 
(b) Manila
(c) Bangkok 
(d) Jakarta

81. Which of the following elements is found in free state?

(a) Iodine 
(b) Magnesium
(c) Sulphur 
(d) Phosphorus

82. In which disease blood does not clot?

(a) Thrombosis 
(b) Haemophilia
(c) Pneumonia 
(d) None of these

83. The Ajanta caves are situated in:

(a) Maharashtra 
(b) Madhya Pradesh
(c) Tamil Nadu 
(d) None of these

84. National Codet Corps was established in:


85. The first Yoga University was established at:

(a) Bodh Gaya 
(b) Mumbai
(c) Monghyr 
(d) Kolkata

86. The biggest glacier of India is:

(a) Siachin 
(b) Yamanotri
(c) Chunhari 
(d) Gangotri

87. The number of schedules in Indian Constitution is:

(a) 11 
(b) 12
(c) 13 
(d) None of these

88. The Commonwealth games were recently held in:

(a) Britain 
(b) Canada
(d) India

89. Which of the following did not come to India?

(a) Megasthanese 
(b) Columbus
(c) Vasco De Gama 
(d) Fahein

90. Double fault is related to:

(a) Footbal 
(b) Rugby
(c) Tennis 
(d) None of these

91. Which of the following countries is the biggest producer of milk?

(a) Pakistan 
(b) Australia
(c) America 
(d) India

92. Who is the Indian Mass Universe 2006 in india?

(a) Neha Kapoor 
(b) Neha Dhupia
(c) Priyanka Sud 
(d) None of these

93. CTPN : DSQM :: MUSK?

(a) NUTL 
(b) NTTJ
(c) NTTL 
(d) LTRS

94. LO : PK :: IT : ?

(a) GT 
(b) SH
(c) MN 
(d) FU

95. Which of these is the largest railway zone?

(a) Central Railway
(b) Southern Railway
(c) Eastern Railway
(d) Northern Railway


1. (B) 2.(D) 3.(A) 4.(D) 5.(D) 6. (A) 7. (B) 8. (C) 9. (A) 10. (B) 
11. (D) 12.(D) 13.(A) 14.(C) 15.(A) 16.(D) 17.(A) 18.(C) 19.(D) 20.(B) 
21. (C) 22. (D) 23. (A) 24. (B) 25. (C) 26.(B) 27. (D) 28. (B) 29. (A) 30. (C) 
31. (B) 32. (A) 33. (D) 34. (D) 35. (D) 36. (C) 37. (C) 38. (D) 39. (D) 40. (B) 
41.(A) 42.(D) 43.(C) 44.(C) 45.(D) 46. (D) 47. (B) 48. (D) 49. (D) 50. (B) 
51.(C) 52.(C) 53.(A) 54.(C) 55.(C) 56. (C) 57. (B) 58. (D) 59. (A) 60. (B) 
61.(A) 62.(C) 63.(C) 64.(A) 65.(D) 66 (C ) 67 ( B ) 68 (A ) 69 (C ) 70 ( A ) 
71.(D) 72.(A) 73.(A) 74.(D) 75.(D) 76. (A) 77. (C) 78. (A) 79. (D) 80. (B) 
81.(C) 82.(B) 83.(A) 84.(A) 85.(C) 86 (A ) 87 ( B ) 88 (C ) 89 (B ) 90 ( C ) 
91.(D) 92.(A) 93.(B) 94.(C) 95 (D)