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SSC CGL / CHSL / CPO General Awareness 10,000 MCQs Series Part 1/200

SSC CGL / CHSL / CPO General Awareness 10,000 MCQs Series Part 1/200.

SSC CGL General Awareness 10,000 MCQs Series Part 1/200

Q1. In the human body, fats are stored in the

(a) Epidermis

(b) Adipose tissue

(c) Liver

(d) Epithelium

Q2. Blood does not clot in the blood vessels due to the presence of

(a) Thrombin

(b) Fibrinogen

(c) Heparin

(d) Prothrombin

Q3. The DPT vaccine is given to young babies to protect them from

(a) Diphtheria, polio and tetanus

(b) diphtheria, pneumonia and tuberculosis

(c) Diphtheria, smallpox and tetanus

(d) diphtheria, whooping cough and tetanus

Q4. Hemophilia is

(a) an organic disorder

(b) a metabolic disorder

(c) a genetic disorder

(d) a hormonal disorder

Q5. The blood vessel supplying blood to the kidney is

(a) the renal artery

(b) the hepatic artery

(c) the pulmonary artery

(d) the carotid artery

Q6. The organ which stores carbohydrates as glycogen in the human body is

(a) Intestine

(b) Stomach

(c) Pancreas

(d) Liver

Q7. Hemoglobin is an important constituent of

(a) Red blood cells

(b) White blood cells

(c) Platelets

(d) Plasma

Q8. Blood pressure is the pressure exerted by blood on the walls of

(a) Heart

(b) Veins

(c) Arteries

(d) Capillaries

Q9. Which one of the Endocrine glands is known as master gland?

(a) Pituitary

(b) Adrenal

(c) Thyroid

(d) Parathyroid

Q10. Bile is produced by the

(a) Liver

(b) Stomach

(c) Pancreas

(d) Duodenum

Q11. Which part of the nervous system controls the activities of internal organs?

(a) Spinal cord

(b) Cerebrum

(c) Cerebellum

(d) Medulla Oblongata

Q12. When the Left Ventricle in the human heart contracts, the blood moves to the

(a) Brain

(b) Pulmonary Artery

(c) Aorta

(d) Lungs

Q13. Which one of the following is a condition of delayed blood clotting?

(a) Heaemorrhage

(b) Hematuria

(c) Haemophilia

(d) Anaemia

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Q14. Housefly spreads

(a) Common cold

(b) Malaria

(c) Flu

(d) Typhoid

Q15. ‘Lockjaw’ is the last phase of which of the following diseases?

(a) Diptheria

(b) Pneumonia

(c) Syphilis

(d) Tetanus

Q16. Reflex actions are controlled by

(a) the Brain

(b) the Spinal Chord

(c) the Nerves

(d) the Cells

Q17. The floral part that receives pollen-grains during pollination is

(a) ovary

(b) style

(c) stigma

(d) ovules

Q18. Which of these is a micronutrient for plants?

(a) Carbon

(b) Oxygen

(c) Nitrogen

(d) Boron

Q19. The following sugar gives energy most readily

(a) Lactose

(b) Cellulose

(c) Maltose

(d) Glucose

Q20. A plant which reproduces by means of spores

(a) Mustard

(b) Coriander

(c) Ferns

(d) Petunia

Q21. An edible underground stem is

(a) Ginger

(b) Sweet-potato

(c) Sugarcane

(d) Radish

Q22. Which of these is a modified underground stem?

(a) Radish

(b) Carrot

(c) Sweet Potato

(d) Potato

Q23. The food conducting tissue of a plant is

(a) Phloem

(b) Xylem

(c) Parenchyma

(d) Collenchyma

Q24. Potassium meta-bisulphite is used as a food preservative for

(a) Squash

(b) Tomato Ketchup

(c) Fruit Juices

(d) Pickles

Q25. Which of these joints is a Hinge joint?

(a) Hip

(b) Elbow

(c) Shoulder

(d) Wrist

Q26. Bile is stored in the

(a) Gall-bladder

(b) Duodenum

(c) Liver

(d) Spleen

Q27. The saliva secreted in the mouth digests

(a) Proteins

(b) Starch

(c) Fats

(d) Vitamins

Q28. Which of the following weeds has been found useful to check water pollution caused by industrial effluents?

(a) Parthenium

(b) Elephant grass

(c) Water hyacinth

(d) Both (a) and (b)

Q29. Which of the following does not cause pollution ?

(a) Burning of petrol

(b) Use of solar energy

(c) Burning of rubber

(d) All of the above

Q30. Excess amount of absorbed water by plants is liberated out by :

(a) Evaporation

(b) Osmosis

(c) Diffusion

(d) Transpiration

Q31. What is a sponge?

(a) a fossil

(b) a plant

(c) an animal

(d) a fungus

Q32. Types of vertebrate animals which creep and crawl are called :

(a) mammalians

(b) amphibians

(c) mollusks

(d) reptilians

Q33. Which of the following enzymes aids in coagulation of blood?

(a) Tryptase

(b) Pepsin

(c) Rennin

(d) Amylase

Q34. Bio – diesel is mostly produced by:

(a) Myrtaceae

(b) Malvaceae

(c) Liliaceae

(d) Euphorbiaceae

Q35. Flowerless plants are termed as:

(a) Phanerogams

(b) Bryophytes

(c) Thallophytes

(d) Cryptogams

Q36. Substances which are used to bring down the temperature in high fever condition are called :

(a) Antiseptics

(b) Pyretics

(c) Antipyretics

(d) Antibiotics

Q37. Birds usually have a single

(a) Kidney

(b) Lung

(c) Testis

(d) Ovary

Q38. Alfalfa is the name of a kind of

(a) Forest

(b) Crop

(c) Grass

(d) None of these

Q39. Which cells in our body have the least regenerative power?

(a) Brain cells

(b) Muscle cells

(c) Bone cells

(d) Liver cells

Q40. Which one of the following pairs is correctly matched ?

(a) Tetanus BCG

(b) Tuberculosis –ATS

(c) Malaria –Chloroquin

(d) Scurvy -Thiamine

Q41. The carbon dioxide content in the air that we exhale is about

(a) 4%

(b) 8%

(c) 12%

(d) 16%

Q42. Blood pressure is controlled by

(a) Adrenal gland

(b) Thyroid gland

(c) Thymus

(d) Corpus luteum

Q43. The total number of ear bones is

(a) 2

(b) 4


(d) 8

Q44. Which one of the following is the most sensitive Indicator of the  health of a community?

(a) Birthrate

(b) Infant mortality rate

(c) Death rate

(d) Maternal mortality rate

Q45. Bakeries use yeast in bread making because it

(a) makes the bread hard

(b) makes the bread soft and spongy

(c) enhances the food values

(d) keeps the bread fresh

Q46. “Pace-maker” is associated with

(a) Kidney

(b) Brain

(c) Heart

(d) Lung

Q47. It causes clotting of blood

(a) Thrombin

(b) Hemoglobin

(c) Pectin

(d) All of the above

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Q48. The largest flightless bird which can run at a great speed is

(a) Penguin

(b) Kiwi

(c) Ostrich

(d) Emu

Q49. Human beings have two ears because two ears help

(a) to judge the direction of sound

(b) to hear even a feeble sound

(c) to enjoy music better

(d) to distinguish between two kinds of sounds arriving at the ears in opposite directions

Q50. The vitamin which cannot be had from any vegetables is

(a) Vitamin B

(b) Vitamin C

(c) Vitamin D

(d) Vitamin E

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