General Knowledge Set – 51 RRB Exam, UPSC Exam, SSC Exam:

  1. Which rays can pass through 20 cm thickness of steel?
    Answer: A-rays
  2. Which characteristic is common among parrot, platypus and kangaroo?
    Answer: Functional post anal tail
  3. In India, in which banking is the Public Sector is most dominant?
    Answer: Commercial banking
  4. Which does not have a unit of Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL) ?
    Answer: Kolkata
  5. Who was the British PM at the time of Revolt of 1857?
    Answer: Pamstern
  6. AIDS is caused by Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), What is this?
    Answer: Retro virus
  7. By whom was the Cabinet Mission to India headed?
    Answer: Lord Pethick Lawrence
  8. Phosgene is obtained by the reaction of carbon monoxide and which gas?
    Answer: Chlorine
  9. Where are Diesel locomotives manufactured?
    Answer: Varanasi
  10. Who advocated the policy of abolishing princely states in free India?
    Answer: Jawaharlal Nehru
  11. Which petroleum refinery product has the lowest boiling point?
    Answer: Gasoline
  12. SIMBEX is an annual joint maritime bilateral exercise conducted between which countreis?
    Answer: India and Singapore
  13. By whom were Species Plantarum and Systema Natural written?
    Answer: Linneus
  14. What is the process that result in the breakdown of rocks and minerals in situ ?
    Answer: Weathering
  15. Who were considered constitutionalist within the Indian National Congress?
    Answer: Satyamurty and K. M. Munshi
  16. Which is a human right as well as a fundamental right under the Constitution of India?
    Answer: Right to Education
  17. Old-written material, which cannot be read easily, how can be read?
    Answer: By infrared rays
  18. Which is the largest Public Sector Bank in India?
    Answer: State Bank of India
  19. Which sets indicated the Aeolian process?
    Answer: Corrosion, attrition, deflation
  20. Who was instrumental in bringing the Extremists and the Moderates together at Lucknow?
    Answer: Annie Besant

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