Gk questions asked in SSC CGL 2014 on 19th October
Gk questions asked in SSC CGL 2014 on 19th October
Morning session: 8 papers (19th)
Evening session: 4 Papers (19th)
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Observation: Not even a single question came from current GK. Science with 26 questions dominates the paper. Economy section with 6 questions including 5 from microeconomics ( 12th Class NCERT Microeconomics ) can be highly scoring. Science and Engineering students may have edge. Arts students who have special interest in science tech and microeconomics will emerge as victorious.
Lessons: Like UPSC, SSC is also giving more weightage to science tech. Follow NCERTs, will help you in all exams. You will all notes related to GK based on NCERT or related to SSC .
How much score from GK section: It is always tough to score in GK . If you have command in GK it will help you a lot. I believe that you should score above 25 in GK . Below 15 means you could not take GK sincerely. Science and microeconomics are the game changer.
- Spot the odd item in the following :
A. Basalt B. Ruby C. Emerald D. Saphire
- What is farming along with animal husbandry called?
A. Mixed farming B. Mixed Agriculture C. Dairy farming D. Truck farming
- Hydraulic Action is a type erosion caused by
A. Running water B. Wind C. Glacier D. None of these
- Which of the following is the newest geographical area?
A. Permian B. Triassic C. Cretaceous D. Jurassic
- The plant from which cocoa and chocolate ate obtained is a
A. herb B. shrub C. small tree D. Very big tree
- The biggest single cell organism is
A. Yeast B. Acetabularia C. Acetobacter D. Amoeba
- Crescograph was invented by
A. S.N. Bose B. P.C. R oy C. J.C. Bose D. P.C. Mahalanobis
- Foramen Magnum is an aperture found in the
A. Ear B. Lung C. Girdle D. Skull
- Who betrayed Siraj-ud-Daula in the Battle of Plassey in the 1757?
A. Hyder Ali B. Mir Qasim C. Mir Jaffar D. Nawab of Oudh
- ‘Barr body is found in
A. Sperm B. Sertoli cells C. Female somatic cells D. Male somatic cells
- The colours of stars depend on their
A. temperature B. distance C. radius D. atmospheric pressure
- Light from the Sun reaches us in nearly
A. 8 min. B. 2 min. C. 6 min. D. 4 min.
- Radar is used to
A. locate submerged submarines. B. To receive signal from radio receivers.
C. Detect and locate distant objects. D. locate geostationary satellites.
- Optimal fibre works on the principle of
A. refraction B. scattering C. interference D. total internal reflection
- Which application in Microsoft Office is feasible for preparing presentationsa?
A. Microsoft Excel B. Microsoft Word C. Microsoft Power Point D. Microsoft Publishers
- The language which was used to build Internet Pages in the beginning of Internet Technology is
A. XML B. HTML C. DHTML D. ASP
- Name the branch of Zoology that deals with scientific study of animal behavior.
A. Ecology B. Physiology C. Ethology D. Anatomy
- The metal used for making aircrafts and rockets is
A. Lead B. Aluminium C. Nickel D. Copper
- The process of improving the quality of rubber by heating it with sulphur is called
A. Vulcanization B. Acceleration C. Sulphonation D. Galvanization
- Which source has been particularly responsible in finding novel anti-tumour agents such as byostatins and dolostatins?
A. Marine sources B. Animals C. Venoms and toxins D. Combinational Chemistry
- The pollutant responsible for ozone holes is___
A. CO2 B. SO2 C. CO D. CFC
- One of the best solutions to get rid of non-biodegradable wastes is
A. Burning B. Dumping C. Burying D. Recycling
- Vermicoposting is done by
A. Fungus B. Bacteria C. Worms D. Animals
- If waste materials contaminate the source of drinking water, which of the following diseases will spread?
A. Scurvy B. Typhoid C. Malaria D. Anaemia
- India exports powers to
A. Bangladesh B. Myanmar C. Pakistan D. Bhutan
- The alkaloid naturally found in coffee, cocoa and cola nut is
A. Cocaine B. Morphine C. Tannin D. Caffeine
- Which vein brings clean blood from the lungs into the heart?
A. Renal Vein B. Pulmonary vein C. Vena Cava D. Helpatic Vein
- The first woman President of Indian National Congress was
A. Kamala Devi Chattopadhyaya B. Sarojini Naidu C. Annie Besant D. Rajkumari Amrit Kuar
- Which state is the largest producer of pulses in India?
A. Bihar B. Rajasthan C. Madhya Pradesh D. Maharashtra
- In India, woman had never been a Chief Minister in the State of
A. Tamil Nadu B. Rajasthan C. Uttar Pradesh D. Maharashra
- Which of the following in not a noble gas?
A. Hydrogen B. Helium C. Neon D. Argon
- Sunda Trench is in
A. Indian Ocean B. Pacific Ocean C. Atlantic Ocean D. Gulf of Maxico
- Which of the following is an organic rock?
A. Marble B. Coal C. Granite D. Slate
- Who among the following has written the famous book “Malgudi Days”?
A. V.S. Naipaul B. Deepak Chopra C. Rabindranath Tygore D. R.K. Narayan
- British Crown assumed sovereignty over India from the East India Company in the year
A. 1857 B. 1858 C. 1859 D. 1860
- The Keynesian consumption function shows a relation between
A. aggregate consumption and total population
B. aggregate consumption and general price level
C. aggregate consumption and general price level
D. aggregate consumption and interest rate
- Over Short Period, when income rises, average propensity to consume usually
A. rises B. falls C. remains constant D. fluctuates
- Average propensity to consume is defined as
A. Aggregate consumption/Total population B. Aggregate income/Aggregate consumption
C. Change in consumption/ Change in Income D. Aggregate consumption/Aggregate Income
- In short run, if a competitive firm incurs losses, it will
A. stop Production. B. continue to produce as long as it can cover its variable costs
C. raises price of its product D. go for advertising campaign
- Which of the following is the specific feature of the single member constituency system?
A. The system is economical for representatives. B. Gerrymandering is not possible in this system
C. It secures a stable majority in the legislature D. The candidate has to spend less on electioneering
- Which of the following relations always holds true?
A. Income = Consumption + Investment B. Income = Consumption +Saving
C. Saving = Investment D. Income= Consumption + Saving + Investment
- Who speaks of Cabinet system as “the steering wheel of the ship of State”?
A. Lowell B. Muir C. Marriot D. Bagehot
- Who has called the Prime Minister primus inter pares (first among equals)?
A. Morely B Harcourt C. Laski D Lowell
- ‘there are no politics devoid of religion’ is stated by
A. Nehru B. Gandhi C. Vinoba Bhave D. Jaya Prakash Narayan
- In which Rock Edict Ashoka mentions about the casuites Kalinga War and declares the renunciation of the war ?
A. Maski Edict B. Rock Edict III C. Rock Edict XI D. Rock Edict X
- The Earliest Settlement of Aryan tribes were at
A. Uttar Pradesh B. Bengal C. Sapta Sindhu D. Delhi
- Who said, “Adolf Hitler is Germany and Germany is Adolf Hitler. He who pledges himself to Hitler pledges himself to Germany”?
A. R. Hess B Mussolini C. Hitler D. Communist International
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