Indian Polity and Constitution MCQ

Indian Polity and Constitution MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions) for Preparation of SSC-CGL, UPSC Civil Services, NDA, CDS, Railways and State Level Public Services Examinations. 1. Which among the following article of the Constitution of India says that all public places are open to all citizens? [A] Article 15 (2)[B] Article 16 (2)[C] Article 17[D] Article …

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Current Affairs Quiz May 2024

Current Affairs Quiz May 2024, Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) 1. Recently, where was the ‘World Hydrogen Summit and Exhibition 2024’ held? [A] London, UK[B] Moscow, Russia[C] Paris, France[D] Rotterdam, Netherland Show Answer [D] Rotterdam, Netherland Notes: India has setup its pavilion at the 2024 World Hydrogen Summit in Rotterdam, inaugurated by Bhupinder Singh Bhalla from …

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Current Affairs Quiz April 2024

Current Affairs Quiz April 2024, Multiple Choice Questions(MCQ) 1. Capri city, recently seen in news, is located in which country? [A] Iraq[B] France[C] Italy[D] Russia Show Answer C [Italy] Notes: The G-7 foreign ministers convened in Capri, Italy from April 17-19, 2024, led by Italian Foreign Minister Antonio Tajani. Amid Iran’s attack on Israel and …

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Indian Art and Culture GK Questions

Indian Art and Culture GK Questions, Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) for all Competitive Examinations 1. UVA PRATIBHA’s event will be launched by MyGov in collaboration with which Union Ministry? [A] Ministry of MSME[B] Ministry of Culture[C] Ministry of External Affairs[D] Ministry of Tourism Show Answer B [Ministry of Culture] Notes: YUVA PRATIBHA– Singing Talent Hunt …

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World History GK Questions

World History GK Questions, Multiple Choice Quiz Questions (MCQs) on Ancient World History, Medieval World History and Modern World History for various UPSC, PCS and other Competitive Examinations. 1. Egyptian Civilization flourished around which of the following rivers? [A] Congo river[B] Nile river[C] Niger river[D] Zambezi river Show Answer B [Nile river] Notes: The Egyptian …

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General Science Chemistry MCQ

General Science Chemistry MCQ (Objective Multiple Choice) General Knowledge Questions & Answers for SSC-CGL, UPPSC, UPSC, NDA, CDS and UPSC Civil Services Prelims Examinations 1. The inert gas used as beacon light is: [A] Kr[B] Ar[C] He[D] Ne Show Answer [D] Ne Notes: Neon is used in neon discharge lamps and advertising signs because the …

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General Science Physics Questions

General Science Physics Questions Objective (Multiple Choice) General Knowledge & General Science Questions & Answers for SSC-CGL, UPPSC, NDA, CDS and All One Day Examinations of India. 1. The joint process of vapourisation and condensation is called: [A] Sublimation[B] Chromatography[C] Distillation[D] Crystallisation Show Answer [C] Distillation Notes: Condensation is the change from a vapor to …

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General Science Biology Questions

General Science Biology Questions (MCQs) for Competitive Exams 1. Which among the following does not have a cell wall? [A] Euglena[B] Mycoplasma[C] Paramecium[D] Gonyaulax Show Answer B [Mycoplasma] Notes: Mycoplasma is a genus of bacteria that lacks a cell wall around their cell membrane. Without a cell wall, they are unaffected by many common antibiotics …

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General Science GK Questions

General Science GK Questions (MCQ) for SSC, NDA, CDS, UPSC, UPPSC and other State PSC Examinations. 1. ___ contributes towards global warming so it is called a greenhouse gas: [A] Oxygen[B] Methane[C] Nitrogen[D] Hydrogen Show Answer B [Methane] Notes: Methane (CH4) is one of the most significant greenhouse gases along with water vapor (H2O), carbon …

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World Geography GK Questions

World Geography GK Questions (MCQs) Quiz for State and UPSC Civil Services Examinations. Objective Questions on Physical Geography and World Geography for Competitive Examinations. 1. Granite is an example of: [A] Intrusive igneous rock[B] Extrusive igneous rock[C] Sedimentary rock[D] Metamorphic rock Show Answer A [Intrusive igneous rock] Notes: Intrusive igneous rocks are formed from magma …

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