GENERAL KNOWLEDGE MCQs : This section focuses on the "GENERAL KNOWLEDGE". These Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) should be practiced to improve the GENERAL KNOWLEDGE skills required for various interviews (campus interview, walk-in interview, company interview), placement, entrance exam and other competitive examinations.
Who was the first person to be awarded the Bharat Ratna posthumously?
A. Rajiv Gandhi
B. Vinoba Bhave
C. Lal Bahadur Shastri
D. Indira gandhi
Which of these is a kind of sari named after a place in Maharashtra?
Which of these festivals is not celebrated on a full moon?
A. Holika Dahan
B. Raksha Bandhan
D. BuDh Jayanti
Who became the Prime Minister of Pakistan in June 2012?
A. Makhdoom Shahabuddin
B. Maulana Fazlur Rehman
C. Raja Perviz Ashraf
D. Sardar Mehtab Abbasi
The 'Jal Satyagraha' protest launched in August 2012 is associated with which of these dams?
B. Sardar Sarovar
D. Gandhi Sagar
In India, while filling up the forms for which of these would you have to declare your assets?
A. Election nomination
B. Driving license
C. Examination form
D. Passport Application
Which of the following dish is made from Curd (Dahi) ?
Which song written by Gulzar won an Oscar award?
A. O Saaya
B. Jao Ho
C. Dhan Te nan
Which Viceroy of India was the great-grandson of Britain’s Queen Victoria?
A. Lord Wavell
B. Lord Linlithgow
C. Lord Willington
D. Lord Mountbatten
According to the Ramayana, who among these could not be killed by any Devata, Danav, Gandharv or Yaksha due to a boon given to him by Brahma?
Who is the only MP in the current Lok Sabha who is also an Olympic medalist?
A. Abhinav Bindra
B. Rajyavardan Singh Rathore
C. Karnam Maleshwari
D. Gagan Narang
Which of these is the score of a player with no points in a game of tennis?
Which of the following is a form of a dance as well as a tangy sauce?
Which country has first invented covid vaccine?
B. United States
Which of these personalities is credited with the creation of the advertising icon ‘Amul Girl’?
A. Alyque Padamsee
B. Sylvester Da Cunha
C. Bharat Dabholkar
D. Bobby Kooka
Who was the NDA backed candidate against Hamid Ansari in the 2012 Indian Vice-Presidential elections?
A. Yashwant Sinha
B. S. Y. Quereshi
C. Jaswant Singh
D. Arun Jaitley
About whom did Matthew Hayden once say, “I have seen God. He bats at number 4 in India in tests”?
A. V V S Laxman
B. Sachin Tendulkar
C. Rahul Dravid
D. Virendar Sehwag
With reference to the Indian Railways, which of these is a scheme related to ticket bookings?
Which of these is the nickname of an Indian cricket captain and also the name of a film actress?
Where in India did the British East India Company establish their first permanent factory?
Which company developed the dreamliner aircraft which has been inducted into Air India in 2012?
What does "Jugnoo" produce?
A. Sahad (Honey)
B. Kapas (Cotton)
C. Prakash (Light)
D. Mome (Wax)
Who was the founder-chairman of the national Dairy Development board established in 1965?
A. Tribhuvandas Patel
B. H. M. Dalaya
C. Amrita Patel
D. Verghese Kurien
What is the traditional occupation of the Kalbelia tribe, known for its Kalbelia dance?
B. Snake Charmers
Which of these hill stations literally means "Three Rivers" in Tamil and Malayalam?
Starting with the oldest, arrange these characters from the Mahabharata in decreasing order of their seniority.
At the 2010 Delhi commonwealth games, Indian Women won all the three medals – gold, silver and bronze – in which of these events?
A. 10 m Air Rifle Shooting
C. Shot Put
D. Tennis Singles
According to the Mahabharata, which Pandava got his name from the fact that there was no one more handsome than him in the family?
What is Balushahi a type of?
B. paper Art
C. Dance Form
For which of the following can a consumer in India avail number portability?
A. Bank Account Number
B. Gas Connection
D. Insurance Policy
Which of these places is called the Coal Capital of India?
The SI unit for which of these is named after James Watt, a Scottish inventor and engineer?
D. Electric Current
Which of these creatures can look up with one eye while looking down with the other eye at the same time?
A coin of what value is called as “Athhanni”?
A. 1 Rupee
B. 25 Paise
C. 50 Paise
D. 2 Rupees
Who wrote the introduction to the English translation of Rabindranath Tagore’s Gitanjali?
A. P.B. Shelley
B. Alfred Tennyson
C. W.B. Yeats
D. T.S. Elliot
Who was India’s food and agriculture minister in Jawaharlal Nehru’s interim government of 1946?
A. Jagjivan Ram
B. Asaf Ali
C. Rajendra Prasad
D. jawaharlal Nehru
Luxor is the city of___________?
Who among these is considered as the author of the Natya Shastra?
B. Bharata Muni
Staring from the most, arrange the following geometrical figures in descending order of the number of corners they have.
Where was the great Arab traveller Ibn Battutah born?
A. Saudi Arabia
“Jwar Bhata” or “Tide” ka nirman inme se kahaan hotha hai?
In the story ‘The Thirsty crow’, what does the crow throw into the pot to make the level of water rise?
Which glacier is the primary source of the river Ganga?
Which of these capital cities is located on the banks of a river with the same name as the city?
Under whose captaincy has India won the most number of test Matches until now?
A. M S Dhoni
B. Sourav Ganguly
C. Md Azharuddin
D. Kapil Dec
Which of these is a Hindi idiom that means “to move slowly”?
A. Chuhe ki daud Iagana
B. Chhuchhandar ki chaal chalna
C. Kachhue ki chaal chalna
D. Kabutar ki tarah phudakna
Complete this Hindi proverb “Aasman Se gira ____”?
A. peepal pe Phansa
B. Khajoor per Atka
C. Kaataon Me Atka
D. Kichad mein Phansa
What is the taste of Churma in the traditional Rajasthani dish of ‘Dal Bhati Churma’?