Top GK Questions and answers for Competitive Exams

In this article we have listed Top GK Questions with answers, these are the questions asked in previous competitive exams.

INDIAN HISTORY GK QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS:

Harappan Civilisation

  1. Regarding the Indus Valley Civilsation, consider the following statements – It was predominantly a secular civilization and the religious element, though present, did not dominate the scene.During this period, cotton was used for manufacturing textiles in India.
  1. What is the Vedic name of river Ravi? – Purushni
  2. the Indus Valley Civilization flourished during – 2500-1750 BC
  3. Which was the first metal used by man? ­ – copper
  4. The greatest stylistic forms of temple architecture during the early medieval period were the Nagara, the Dravida and the Vesara. Which of the following was the geographical spread of the Dravida style? – Between Godavari and Krishna rivers
  5. Which of the following characterizes /characterize the people of Indus Valley Civilization? – the worshipped both male and female deities
  6. The main occupation of the people of the Indus Valley Civillsation was – Trade
  7. The Indus Valley people had trade relations with – Mesopotamia
  8. The main channels of our knowledge about the Indus Valley Civilisation are ­ archaeological excavations.
  9. With reference to the Indus Valley Civilisation, consider the following animals – bull, elephant , rhinoceros

 

Vedic Age

  1. In which Vedic text, the term ‘Verma’ is founded referred for the first time? – Rigveda
  2. Upanishads are books on –Philosophy
  3. Which is the most important divinity of Rigaveda? – Agni
  4. The ‘battle of Ten Kings’ was fought on the banks of –parushni (Ravi)
  5. The Rig Veda Consists of …….. hymns. – 1028
  6. Purushsukta is a part of – Rigveda
  7. The ‘Arthashastra’ is a treatise on which one of the following? – Economics
  8. The Aryans at first settled in – Punjab
  9. Upanishads, also known as the Vedantas, are … in number. – 108
  10. Whose philosophy is called the Advaita? – Shankaracharya

Religious Movements: Buddhism/Jainism

  1. Gautama Buddha gave his first sermon at – sarnath
  2. In Buddhism, what does patimokkha stand for? – The rules of Sangha
  3. Ashoka was much influenced by a Buddhist monk called – Upagupta
  4. the Ashtadhyayi of Panini, the Mahabhasya of Patnajali and the kashika Vritti of Jayaditya deal with Principles of Grammar
  5. which of the following religions got spread in different parts of Asia? – Buddhism
  6. Gandhara School of Art came into existence in –Mahayana Sect
  7. The triratnas were stressed by – Mahavira
  8. who was the greatest Buddhist commentator of the Buddhist canonical literature? – Ashvaghosha
  9. Anekantavada is a core theory and philosophy of which one of the following? – Jainism
  10. During the time of Harshavardhana, a great Buddhist assembly was held at – kannauj

 

The mahajanapadas / Magadha Empire

  1. Who was the founder of the Nanda Dynasty? – Mahapadma Nanda
  2. Sculptures of the Gandhara School reflect the influence of the – Greeks
  3. Who is called the Napoleon of Ancient India? – Samudragupta
  4. Who translated the collection of South Indian tales into Sanskrit and titled the work as Kathasaritsagara? – Somdev
  5. Porus was defeated by Alexander in the Battle of – Hydaspes
  6. Shishunaga dynasty is credited to have destroyed which Mahajanpada? – Avanti
  7. In ancient India, the earliest capital of Magadha Kingdom was at – Rajgir
  8. The first foreigner to invade India was ­ – Cyrus
  9. The first monarch of Magadha Kingdom in the 6th century BC was – Bimbisara
  10. Mahajanapada situated on the bank of river Godavari was – Assaka

 

The Mauryan Empire / Sangam Age

  1. Which ruler of Nurpur princely state was sent by Shah Jahan in AD 1645 to curb the Uzbeks of Balkh? – Rajrup Singh
  2. The name by which Ashoka is generally referred to in his inscriptions is – Priyadarsi
  3. Magasthenese was the ambassador of – seleucus Nikator
  4. Who was the author of ‘Indica’ ? – Megasthenes
  5. Ashokan inscriptions were first deciphered by – Robert Sewell
  6. The first scholar, who read Ashokan edicts, was – James Princep
  7. What was the script used in the earliest Tamil inscriptions? – Brahmi
  8. Which language was used in the literature of Sangam period? – Tamil
  9. the highly polished monolithic Ashokan pillars were carved out of single pieces of a buff-coloured sandstone, usually mined from the quarries of – Sarnath near Varansai
  10. the most important industry in Sangam Age was – Production of cloth

Post Mauryan Period

  1. Saka Era started from – AD 78
  2. Gandhara School of Art initiated during the time of – kushanas
  3. The language of the Satavahana inscription was – Prakrit
  4. The ‘Yavanas’ refer to the – Greeks
  5. Rudradaman was one of the greatest – Saka rulers
  6. Saka Era was founded by – Kanishka
  7. Who were the first to issue gold coins? – Indo – Greeks
  8. Who was the founder of Sunga dynasty? – Pushyamitra
  9. The last ruler of Sunga dynasty was ­ – devabhuti
  10. Satavahanas belonged to – Andhra region

The Guptas / Post Gupta Period

  1. In the Gupta age, Varahamihira wrote the famous book, Brihat Samhita. It was a treatise on – Astronomy
  2. The silver coins issued by the Guptas were called – Rupaka
  3. The famous book ‘Geet Govind’ was written by –Jayadev
  4. Who was the founder of Nalanda University? – Kumaragupta
  5. The Tungbhadra river provided sustenance to which empire? – vijayanagara
  6. Kamarupa is the old name of – Asom
  7. The famous bronze image of Nataraja is a fine example of – chola art
  8. Among the precious stones, the most extensive foreign trade during the Gupta age was that of – Sapphire
  9. Vatapi was the capital of the – chalukyas
  10. The famous ‘Battle of Takkolam’ in south India was fought between – Cholas and Rashtrakutas

 

Medieval India: The Delhi Sultanate

 

  1. During the reign of Iltumish, which one of the following was a silver coin in use? – Tanka
  2. Who built Charminar? – Ali Adil Shah
  3. The Bahmani Kindom was founded by – Hasan
  4. Which Chola King successfully led expedition to the North to capture territories up to river Ganges? – Rajendra Chola I
  5. The king who did not allow anybody to laugh in his court was – Balban
  6. Alberuni came to India with – Mahmud of Ghazni
  7. The city of Agra was founded in 1504 by – Sikandar Lodi
  8. Timur invaded India during the reign of – Nasir-ud-din Mehmud
  9. The first muslim ruler in India was – Mohammad Ghori
  10. What was Khiraj in the 13th Century? – Tax on Cultivation

The Bhakti Movements

 

  1. Who said, “Ram and Rahim are the two different names of the same god”? – kabir
  2. Whose philosophy is called the Adaita? – Shankaracharya
  3. The term of Sufi is derived from – A type of garment
  4. The Bhakti movement was first organized by – Ramananda
  5. The pioneer in preaching Nirguna Bhakti in medieval India was – Ramananda
  6. Tulsidas wrote Ramacharitamanas during the reign of – Akbar
  7. Which Sikh Guru was born at Patna? – Gobind Singh
  8. What was Ziyarat in the language of the Sufis? – Pilgrimage to the tombs of Sufi Saints for seeking barkat (spiritual grace)
  9. In which region of India was the Firdausi order of Sufism popular? – Bihar
  10. In which region of India was the Suhara di order of Sufism popular – Punjab and Sind

The Mughal Empire / The Marathas

  1. ‘Jazia’ was reimposed during the reign of – Aurangzeb
  2. ‘Bibi ka Maqbara’ is the tomb of – Aurangzeb’s wife
  3. Which Mughal Emperor prohibited the use of tobacco? – Jahangir
  4. Where was the capital of Shivaji? – Raigarh
  5. The East India Company was founded in London during the reign of – Akbar
  6. The Battle of Dharmat was fought between – Aurangzeb and Dara Shikoh
  7. The Moti Masjid in Delhi was built during the reign of – Shahjahan
  8. Who invented the technique of extracting scent from Rose? – Nurjahan
  9. The Battle of Khanwa was fought between – Babar and Rana Sanga
  10. Nishat Garden was built by – Jahangir

 

Modern India: The Advent of the Europeans

  1. The first Europeans to come to India were – Portuguese
  2. The most significant battle in the establishment of British supremacy in India was that of – Buxar
  3. In 1717, which Mughal Emperor gave the English East India company a ‘Firman’ granting trade privileges in India? – Farrukhsiyar
  4. The first to start a joint stock company trade with India were the – Portuguese
  5. Which one of the following was the first fort constructed by the British in India? –Fort St George
  6. Where was the first cotton mill in India established? – Bombay
  7. The capital of the kingdom of Maharaja Ranjit Singh was – Lahore
  8. When did the British Government start ruling India indirectly? – After Sepoy Mutiny
  9. Who among the following was the second Portuguese governor in India? – Alfonso de Albuquerque
  10. The fort of Lohagarh was built by – Guru Govind Singh

Expansion of British Supremacy/Revolt of 1857

  1. The foundation of modern education system in India was laid by – Wood’s Dispatch of 1854
  2. The Asiatic Society was established in Culcutta by – Sir William Jones
  3. During whose Viceroyalty Queen Victoria was crowned with ‘Kaiser I Hind’ in Delhi Durbar? – Lytton
  4. In which year was the Regulating Act passed? – AD 1773
  5. The fortification of Calcutta by the british in 1756 was regarded by the Nawab of Bengal, Siraj-ud-daulah, as – British control over Bengal
  6. Azimullah Khan was an advisor to ­ – Nana Saheb
  7. The interest of the British Government of India in Afghanistan in the 19th Century came about in order to – ensure that the Russian empire did not have an influence over Afghanistan
  8. Which Dogra General led successful military expedition to Laddakh, Baltistan and parts of Tibet between 1834 and 1841? – Zorawar Singh
  9. The first Chief Justice of Supreme Court established by the East India Company was ­- Elijah Impey
  10. In which Anglo-Mysore War and which year was Tipu Sultan Killed? – Fourth, 1799

 

Indian National Movement (AD 1900-1947)

  1. The Rowlatt Act aimed at – compulsory economic support to war efforts
  2. The Indian Independence League was set up by – Ras Behari Bose
  3. Where was the head office of the Indian National Army located? – Rangoon
  4. The Radcliffe Committee was appointed to – delimit the boundaries between India and Pakistan
  5. During the freedom struggle, who established ‘the Deccan Educational Society’? – MG Rande
  6. At which place in Bihar Gandhiji had his first Satyagraha? – Champaran
  7. Who is the leader of the Indian revolutionary activities in America? – Lala Hardayal
  8. Which Indian revolution helped Subhash Chandra Bose in Indian National Army? – Rasbehari Bose
  9. Who organized the Gadar Party? – Lala Hardayal
  10. Quit India movement was launched in response to? – Cripps Proposals

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GEOGRAPHY QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS FOR COMPETITIVE EXAMS :

The Universe and Solar System

  1. Lack of atmosphere around the Moon is due to – Low escape velocity of air molecule and low gravitational attraction
  2. NASA’s deep impact Space Mission was employed to take detailed pictures of which comet nucleus? – Temple 1
  3. The exact time of taken by the Earth for the single rotation on its own axis is – 23 hrs 56 min 4.09 sec
  4. ‘a star which appears blue’ is – Hotter than the Sun
  5. The outermost layer of Sun is called – Corona
  6. The hottest planet is – Venus
  7. Which planet looks reddish in the night sky? – Mars
  8. Super Nova is – A dying star
  9. The Smith-tuttle comet will crash with Earth in – AD 2116
  10. If there is no Sun, the colour of the sky would be – Black

The Earth: Important Facts

  1. The upper part of the mantle upon which the crust of the Earth floats is called – Asthenosphere
  2. The longest circle, which can be drawn on the Earth’s surface passes through – Equator
  3. The international Date Line passes through ­- Bering strait
  4. If the difference in time between two places were 2 hours and 20 minutes, the difference in their longitudes would be – 35o
  5. When it is 12:00 noon in India, the time in San Francisco (USA) would be closed to – 8 : 30 pm of previous day
  6. The Earth rotates around its axis from – West to East
  7. The total surface area of the Earth is – 510 million sq km
  8. Mohs’ Scale is used to indicate the – Degree of hardness of minerals
  9. The Tropic of Cancer passes through – India and Saudi Arabia
  10. If the Earth’s direction of rotation is reversed, what would be the IST, when it is noon at the International Date Line? – 30 hrs

World: Climate, Agriculture and Industries

  1. Summer rains in Australia broadly decreases from – East to West
  2. The largest producer of aluminium in the world is ­– USA
  3. Factory farming is the characteristic of – South-east Asia
  4. The planetary winds that blow from the sub-tropical high pressure belts to the equator are known as – Trade winds
  5. The permanent wind that blows from the horse latitude to the equatorial region is known as – Westerly
  6. In India, the tropical Savanaa (AW) type of climate prevails largely in – Peninsular plateau region
  7. Oolong tea is – A variety of tea cultivated in Taiwan
  8. The leading producer of ‘bort’ variety of diamond in the world is – Zaire
  9. The world’s highest hydel power ‘Rongtong is located in – Himachal Pradesh
  10. In the world production of Natural rubber, India ranks – Fourth

 

10 GEOGRAPHY QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS :

 

  1. Alps mountains are spread over – France, Switzerland, Italy, Austria
  2. Batholiths and laccoliths are formations of – Igneous rocks
  3. Veliconda Hills, which is a part of Eastern Ghats, is situated in –Andhra Pradesh
  4. Radioactive decay provides an internal source of heat for the Earth. This helps in the formation of which type of rocks? – Igneous, sedimentary, metamorphic
  5. Dykes are especially constructed in – Norway
  6. the intensity of earthquakes is measured on –Richter scale
  7. ‘caldera’ is a feature associated with ­- Volcanoes
  8. the average elevation of Tibetan plateau, above sea level is – 5 km
  9. the youngest mountain range in the world is – Himalayas
  10. the movement inside the Earth’s crust is studied by – Semismology

 

GEOGRAPHY QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS :

 

  1. the Dogger Bank, the main fishing area of Europe, lies in – North Sea
  2. the world’s largest lake by area is – Caspian Sea
  3. The world’s highest waterfall is in – Venezuela
  4. The strait connecting Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal is – Palk Strait
  5. Which is the largest gulf in the world? ­ – The Gulf of Mexcio
  6. The highest waterfall of the world is – Salt Angel Falls
  7. The strait which separates Africa from Europe is – Strait of Gibraltar
  8. Which is the largest fresh water lake in the world? – Lake Superior
  9. Turkey is located between ­– Gulf of Suez and Mediterranean sea
  10. Numerically the largest human race in the world is – Mongoloid

India: Important Facts

  1. In India, how many states share the coastline? – 9
  2. What separates Daman and Diu? – Gulf of Khambat
  3. The highest Himalayan peak in India is – K-2
  4. The Tropic of Cancer passes through –
    Gujarat
  5. The Eastern coast of India is known as – Coromandal Coast
  6. Which foreign country is closest to Andaman Islands? – Myanmar
  7. Jharkhand does not share it’s boundary with – Madhya Pradesh
  8. The length of India’s coastline is about – 7500 km
  9. Which state has the largest coastline in India? – Gujarat
  10. The two volcanic Islands is the Indian territory are –Narcondam and Barren

India: Physical Features of India

  1. On the coast of which state is Wheeler Island? – Odisha
  2. In which state is the Guru Sikhar Peak located? – Rajasthan
  3. What is the name of the highest summit of nilgiri hills? – Doda-betta
  4. Where is Aghil Pass located? – Eastern Himalayas
  5. The highest peak of the Himalayas in India is in – Sikkim
  6. Nanda Devi Peak forms a part of – kumaon Himalayas
  7. The oldest mountains in India according to geographical history are – Aravallis
  8. Zozila Pass connects – Leh and Srinagar
  9. Aravalli ranges are an example of – Residual mountains
  10. Maharashtra plateau is made up of – lava

Drainage Pattern of India

  1. Which Indian State is known as ‘Land of five Rivers? – Punjab
  2. The biggest lake in India is ­– Wular lake
  3. the highest waterfall in India is – jog
  4. By which name does the Brahmaputra enter into India? – Dihang
  5. The Tibetan river ‘Tsangpo’ enters India through the State of – Arunachal Pradesh
  6. In which state is Jog Falls located? – Karnataka
  7. Wular lake of Kashmir is a – lake formed by terminal morainic dam
  8. the port especially developed for exporting iron ore to Japan is – paradeep
  9. Narmda river originates from Amarkantak in –­ Madhya Pradesh

10.In India Yarlung Zangbo River’ is Known as – Brahmaputra

 

Climate, Natural Vegetation and Soil of India

 

  1. In India, the rainfall is not associated with – Anti-cyclones
  2. The climate of India is – sub-tropical monsoon
  3. Most of India’s rainfall is – Cyclonic
  4. Forest Policy of |Government aims to bring what percentage of total area, under forest? – 33%
  5. ‘Sal’ is a very important tree of – Tropical dry deciduous forest
  6. The wet hill forests are found in the – Nilgiris
  7. In India, increase in population and diversion of agricultural land for non-agricultural purposes have resulted in the decrease of – Cultivable Wasteland
  8. Xerophytic vegetation is characteristic feature of – Kutch
  9. The red colour of the red soil is due to – Iron
  10. The term ‘Regur’ refers to – Black cotton soil

Agriculture and Animal Husbandry of India

  1. Green Muffler is – Plantation along roadsides to reduce noise pollution
  1. Golden fibre refers to – Jute
  2. The important feature of shifting cultivation is – Change of cultivation site
  3. Fertility of soil can be improved by – adding living earthworms
  4. Mediterranean agriculture is – known for grapes, olives, oranges and figs
  5. The leading states in the production of cotton in India are – Maharashtra and Gujarat
  6. Which is the home of ‘Alphonso mango’? – Ratnagiri
  7. Intensive subsistence agriculture is concentrated in – Major river valleys and deltas such as the Ganges
  8. Extensive subsistence agriculture is –farming in the thinly populated areas
  9. Salinisation occurs when the irrigation water accumulated in the soil evaporates, leaving behind salts and minerals. What are the effects of salinisation on the irrigated land?­ – it makes some soil impermeable

 

India: Minerals and Industries and Multipurpose Projects

  1. Zawar mines are important for – Zinc
  2. Mahatma Gandhi Hydroelectic Project is on which river – sharavti
  3. The reservoir Gobind Sagar is on which river in Punjab? – Sultej
  4. Where are Tapovan and Vishugarh Hydroelectric Projects located?– Uttarkhand
  5. Farakka Barrage was commissioned to – Support Kolkata Port
  6. Koyali is – Oil refinery in Gujarat
  7. The largest coal reserves of India are found in – Jharkahand
  8. Singhbhum is famous for – Iron
  9. Which state of India has the largest reserves of monazite, with a high thorium content? – Kerala
  10. ‘nagarjuna Sagar Multipurpose Project’ is on which river? – Krishna

Transport and communication

  1. The Varanasi – Kanyakumari National Highway is called ­ – NH 7
  2. the East Centrel Railway zone head quarters is located at – Hajipur
  3. Which is the artificial port of India? – Chennai
  4. Which state in India has the maximum density of roads? – Maharashtra
  5. When you travel in a car from Bhubaneshwar to Vishakhapatnam, which National Highway would you take? – NH 5
  6. Inland waterways in India are shortest in length? – Sadia – Dhubri

QUIZ QUESTIONS ON ENVIRONMENT WITH ANSWERS :

  1. In the Union Budget 2014, the Integrated Ganga Conservation Mission has been called as – Namami Ganga
  2. Eutrophication of lakes is a consequential’ effect of the accumulation of Nitrates and phosphates
  3. Agenda 21 is associated with – Earth Summit at Rio de Janeiro]
  4. A population that is at equilibrium is – Staying at about the same size
  5. A keystone species – has a disproportionately large impact on an ecosystem
  6. Path of energy flow in an ecosystem is – producers – herbivores- carnivores- decomposers
  7. Chipko Movement is – an environmental movement
  8. In Kolkata, major air pollution is caused by – carbon Monoxide
  9. The pyramid of biomass will be inverted in the ecosystem of – ponds
  10. First international Convention on environment was held in – Stockholm

 INDIAN POLITY QUESTIONS FOR COMPETITIVE EXAMS :

  1.  Who was the President of the Constituent Assembly? – Dr Rajendra Prasad
  2.  The government of India Act, 1935 was based on – the principle of federation and parliamentary system
  3. who proposed the Preamble before the Drafting Committee of the Constitution? – Jawaharlal Nehru
  4. 4. In which part of the Indian Constitution has the provision for panchayats been made? Part IX
  5. 5. The idea of the Constitution of India was first of all given by – MN Roy
  6. 6. Under whom among the following ws the first draft of the Constitution of India prepared in October, 1947 by the advisory branch of the office of the Constituent Assembly? – BN Rao
  7. 7. How long did the Constituent Assembly take to finally pass the Constitution? – About 3 years since 9th December, 1946
  8. 8. The amendment procedure laid down in the Constitution of India is on the pattern of – Constitution of South Africa
  9. 9. The Cabinet Mission Plan for India envisaged a – union of states
  10. 10. The Draft Constitution as framed only provides a machinery for the government of the country. It is not a contrivance to install any particular party in power as has been done in some countries. Who should be in power is left to be determined by the people, as it must be if the system is the people, as it must be, if the system is to satisfy the test of democracy. The above passage from Constituent Assembly debates is attributed to – Dr. BR. Ambedkar
  11. 1. The preamble of our Constitution – is a part of the Constitution
  12. 2. The Indian Constitution has borrowed the idea of Preamble form the ¬ constitution of USA
  13. 3. The part of the Constitution that reflects the mind and ideals of the framers is – preamble
  14. 4. In a parliamentary form of government, real powers of the state are vested in the – Council of Ministers headed by the Prime Minister
  15. 5. The inspiration of ‘liberty, equality and fraternity’ was derived from – French revolution
  16. 6. The word ‘socialist secular’ and ‘unity and integrity of the nation’ were added to our constitution by – 46th Amendment of the Constitution
  17. 7. India opted for a federal form of government because of –linguistic and regional diversity
  18. 8. Which Constitution has inspired the Indian concepts of rule of law, parliamentary system and law-making procedure? – British Constitution
  19. 9. The 7th schedule of the Constitution of India contains provisions regarding – Union, state, concurrent lists
  20. 10. The Constitution provides that Hindi shall be – the official language of the union of India
  21. Fundamental Rights and Duties; Directive Principles of State Policy (DPSP) and Citizenship
  22. 1. Which schedule of the Constitution of India contains special provisions for the administration and control of scheduled areas in several states? ¬– Fifth
  23. 2. Prohibition of discrimination on grounds of religion etc. (Article 15 of the Constitution of India ) is a Fundamental Right classifiable under – The right to equality
  24. 3. In the Constitution of India, promotion of international peace and security is included in the – Directive Principles of State Policy
  25. 4. Economic Justice’ as one of the objectives of the Indian Constitution has been provided in – the Preamble and the Fundamental Rights
  26. 5. Take the case of dignity and equal rights for women. How do democracies help? – In democracies, the principal of equality is accepted as legal norm, which makes it easier to guarantee their freedom and dignity
  27. 6. Under the Protection of Civil Rights Act, 1955, all offences are – punishment with imprisonment and fine both
  28. 7. The framers of the Constitution borrowed the concept of Directive Principles from – Constitution of Ireland
  29. 8. Who is competent to prescribe condition for becoming a citizen of India? ¬ Acquiring property
  30. 9. The Directive Principles are what? – Non-justiciable
  31. 10. A government is Federal or Unitary on the basis of relations between the ¬- Centre and States

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TOP 100 GK QUESTIONS WITH ANSWERS : 

  1. Bank used to what method to read code on cheque – MICR.
  2. Purpose of starting Minor account for 10 years children – Financial inclusion
  3. Kundankulam nuclear plant is a agreement between India and ______ – Russia
  4. CVV full form – Card Verification Value
  5. Minority affair minister – Najma Heptulla
  6. Ygakshemam Vahamyaham is the slogan of – LIC
  7. Bank of International Settlement headquarter –Switzerland
  8. HDFC Tagline – We understand your world
  9. Smart star account opened by which bank – ICICI bank
  10. In Varistha pension Bima scheme will be administrated by – LIC
  11. Director of Singham Returns movie – Rohit Shetty
  12. Taskant is the capital of – Uzbekistan
  13. Sati pratha abolished by whom – Raja Ram Mohan Rai
  14. Railway minister: Sadanand Gowda
  15. Full form of PKI – Public Key Infrastructure
  16. Iran president: Hassan Rouhani
  17. Which country is part of European Union but do not use euro currency – Denmark
  18. CBS Full form – Core Banking Solution
  19. Cyrus Mistry is the CEO of – TATA group
  20. Kakrapar atomic power plant – Gujarat
  21. DNA full form: Deoxyribo Nucleic acid
  22. Home rule league moment leader – Annie Besant/ Bal
  23. Committee on Banking Ombudsman – Suman Verma Committee
  24. What “S” stands in CDSL – Securities [Central depository Securities depository Ltd.]
  25. IFSC Code contain how many digits – 11 alphanumeric code
  26. EBW full form – Export Bills Permitted to be Written off
  27. According to WHO, Highest rate of Child marriage – Bangladesh (India raked 2nd)
  28. Agaria Tribe belongs to which state – Madhya Pradesh
  29. Capital of Tanzania – Dodoma
  30. DIGC insurance cover is headed by – Central Govt.
  31. Who is the present Global Goodwill Ambassador of UNICEF? – Lilly Singh ( 15th july, 2017)
  32. ___________ is an e-Commerce solution of National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI)? – RuPay Debit Cards
  33. Recently SBI signed _______ line of credit with Export Import Bank of India. – 500 million dollars
  34. _________ highest urban population? – Maharashtra
  35. Japan has sea-conflict with _________ country? – China
  36. ________ signed an agreement with the Kochi Metro Rail Ltd. for a loan of Rs. 1,170 crore? – Canara Bank
  37. Recently former President of the United States of America Bill Clinton visited Jabrouli village, near Lucknow, on an awareness mission on – diarrhea
  38. India has inked a loan agreement with World Bank for an assistance of ______for the Odisha Disaster Recovery Project. –$153 million
  39. For the safety and welfare of women how much money has been provided for Beti Bachao Beti Padhao Yojana to generate awareness on the issues? – Rs. 100 crores
  40. _______was conferred “Best Bank – Public Sector” award in BFSI Awards-2014 by World HRD Congress, recently? – Bank of Maharashtra
  41. What is Current Repo Rate? – 8%
  42. Recently Priyanka Chopra played a role of Mary Kom in a movie, who is Mary kom? – Boxer
  43. Expand DBT – Direct Benefit Transfer
  44. Lisbon is the capital of – Portugal
  45. Currency of Saudi Arabia – Riyal
  46. What is ‘C’ in KYC? – Customer ( Know Your Customer )
  47. What is ‘I’ in REIT? – Investment ( Real Estate Investment Trust )
  48. Mary Barra who recently visited India is the CEO of –General Motors
  49. According to RBI norms, what is minimum capital required for foriegn banks to open subsidaries in India? – Rs 500 Crores
  50. 17th Asian Games were held at – Incheon
  51. ‘Together we can’ is slogan of ________? – Canara Bank
  52. “Pahla kadam , pahli udan” account is launched by ______ ? – SBI
  53. Bank formed by Brics is known as – New Development Bank
  54. SEBI extended guide line to appoint at least one women in board of director by – 31march 2015
  55. Upallu Srinivas who died recently is a renowned –Madolin Player
  56. RBI has recently reduced ATM transaction from 5 to 3, on _______ accounts it is not applicable? – BSBDA(‘Basic Savings Bank Deposit Account’)
  57. Pension scheme for rural and unorganised sector is – Swavalamban
  58. Card launched by Indian Railway to avoid payment transaction during ticket booking is – Go India smart Card
  59. Government clears disinvestment in 3 PSU’s for the sum of Rs 44,000 crores, _________ is one of them? – ONGC(Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited)
  60. Cantolania referendum is a part of _______? – Spain
  61. Rupay card is used by which type of banks? – All scheduled commercial bank
  62. Current Prime Minister of UK is – Theresa May
  63. Shivasundram hydro power project is stated in which state ? – Karnataka
  64. _________ has launched premium credit cards exclusively for women scheme? – HDFC Bank
  65. The upper limit that can be deposited in PPF account has increased to – Rs 1.5 lac
  66. “And Then One Day” novel is authored by –Naseeruddin Shah
  67. _________ has not been conferred with Padma Shri awards? – Raghunath Mashelkar
  68. Bhamashah Financial Empowerment scheme is launched by the government of which state? – Rajasthan
  69. _________ states in India has the highest rural population? – Sikkim
  70. The minimum paid up capital required for both small and payment banks is – Rs 100 crores
  71. Limit for FDI (Foreign Direct Investment ) in multibrand is – 51%
  72. _________ banks has signed 500 million dollar line of credit EXIM bank of Korea? – SBI
  73. Committee formed to review the investment guidelines for national pension schemes in the private sector – G.N. Bajpai Committee
  74. As per HSBC report India will become the fifth largest exporter by the year – 2030
  75. Asia’s first ballistic Research Centre is to be opened in –India
  76. The book ‘Lajja’ is authored by – Taslima Nasrim
  77. Name the French Foreign Minister who recently visited India. – Laurent Fabris
  78. ‘Economic Outlook Report’ is published by which organisation? – IMF (International Monetary Fund )
  79. India’s first Kisan Mandi is to be set up in – Delhi
  80. Jan Dhan yojna additional insurance coverage is provided by which organization? – HDFC
  81. RTGS full form: Real Time Gross Settlement
  82. What is the tagline of United bank of India? – The Bankmthat begins with U
  83. BSBDA is related with which of the following field? –Banking
  84. Which is the Largest desert in the world? – Sahara
  85. Who is Lieutenant Governor of Delhi? – Najeeb Jung
  86. Hanoi is the capital of –Vietnam
  87. Who is the author of Half girlfriend? – Chetan Bhagat
  88. PMGSY full form -Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana
  89. What is the Currency of China? – yuan
  90. What is the maximum amount in PPF? – Rs 1,50,000
  91. Nuclear power plant is situated in which state? – Tamil Nadu
  92. Who is the Director of Finding Fanny? – Homi Adajania
  93. What is the Maximum limit of RTGS? – No limit
  94. Pre shipment and post shipment is related with which finance? – Export finance
  95. State with lowest population, according to census 2011? – Sikkim
  96. RBI release draft Guidelines for Licensing of Payments Banks and Small Banks.What is the capital of these banks? –Rs 100 crore
  97. RRCAT (Raja Ramanna Centre for Advanced Technology ) is located in which state? – Madhya Pradesh
  98. Individual Borrower can check their credit report from – CIBIL
  99. EBT full form -Electronic Benefits Transfer
  100. Who won the G.H. Launder memorial Volley ball Trophy -D.G. Vaishnav

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