GK Question Answer: gk quiz 3

In this GK question answer series, you’ll find the gk quiz in English, current affairs, general science questions, and answers for UPSC, SSC, WBCS, Banking / IBPS, IAS, NTSE, CLAT, Railways, NDA, CDS, Judiciary, UPPSC, RPSC, GPSC, MPSC, MPPSC, and other states civil services, state governments job recruitment examinations of India.

GK Quiz: History

  • By which name was the early Homo Sapiens known – Cro-Magnon
  • The people of the Indus Vally Civilization usually built their houses by – pucca bricks
  • Who wrote the Sanskrit Grammer – Panini
  • The first Indian Hindi scholar of the Mughal period – Abdur Rahim
  • The city of Jaunpur was founded in memory of – Mohammad-Bin-Tughlaq
  • The Qutub Minar was completed by the famous ruler – Iltutmish
  • Khalsa was founded by – Guru Gobind Sing
  • Who founded the independent sultanate of Bengal – Murshid Quli Khan
  • The Kuka movement started in the mid-nineteenth century in – Western Punjab
  • Who authored the book ‘Poverty and the Un-British Rule in India, – Dadabhai Naoroji

GK Quiz: Geography

  • If the orbit of a planet is an ellipse then what is the point at which the Sun is located – focus
  • Name the planet that has a moon called “Ganymede” – Jupiter
  • The planet is known as ‘Earth’s twin’ – Venus
  • The term ‘Doab’ means – a land between two rivers
  • The longest river in Asia – Yangtze
  • Sunda Trench is in – the Indian Ocean
  • World man-made waterway in china – Grand Canal
  • The atmospheric layer closest to the Earth – Troposphere
  • Chinook is a – warm wind in North America
  • Country of wind – Denmark

GK Quiz: Politics

  • The Indian Independent  Bill received by Royal Assent on – July 18, 1947
  • The Constitution of India came into force on – January 26, 1950
  • The declaration that  democracy is a government  ‘Of the People, By the People, For the People’ was made by – Abraham Lincon
  • The English Crown is an example of – Nominal Executive
  • The concept of Judicial Review in our construction has been taken from the constitution of – the USA
  • ‘The Federal System With Strong Centre’ has been borrowed by the Indian constitution from – Canada
  • Who called Indian Federalism as the co-operative federalism – G. Austin
  • Which amendment of the Indian Constitution inserted the two word – ‘Socialist’ and ‘Secular’ in the preamble – 42nd
  • Which part of the Indian constitution deals with Fundamental Rights – Part 3
  • In which Article of the Constitution the Adult Suffrage is recognized – Article 326

GK Quiz: Indian Economy

  • In India Planned Economy is based on – Socialist System
  • The term ‘Mixed Economy’ denoted – the existence of both private and public sector
  • In India, Agriculture income is calculated  – output method
  • GDP  at factor cost is – GDP minus Indirect Tax plus Subsidies
  • Per Capita Income is obtained by Dividing National Income by – Total Population of the Country
  • NNP of a country is-  GNP minus  Depreciation Allowances
  • The most appropriate measure of a Country’s economic growth is its – gross domestic product
  • When was the Planning Commission established – 15th March 1950
  • The outline of the second Five Year Plan was made by – P. C. Mahalanobis
  • NABARD was established in the – Sixth Five Year Plan

GK Quiz: Environment

  • When was ‘Project Tiger’ launched in India – 1973
  • Example of Anthropogenic Biome – Cropland
  • The most stable Ecosystem – Marine(Ocean)
  • In which district of Karnataka is the Brahmagiri Wildlife Sanctuary located – Kodagu
  • Which ISO certification pertains to environmental management system – 14001
  • Cadmium pollution is associated with – Itai-Itai
  • The concept of  Carbon Credit Originated from – Kyoto Protocol
  • Where was the first International Earth Summit held – Rio de Janeiro
  • The most biodiversity-rich area in India – Western Ghats
  • Where is the Bandipur National Park located – Karnataka

Read more GK & Current Affairs from here: Quiz 1

Read more GK & Current Affairs from here: Quiz 2

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