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Saturday, 6 July 2013

Online General Knowledge Quiz 2014 For Competitive and Bank Exams

Indian History & last 10 years achievements & losses of country & world are base of General Knowledge.

In competitive Exams, General Knowledge section is most tough because it has no limit & course. In Railways, SSC, Teaching, Defence and other government recruitment exams, General Knowledge covers the Indian History, Indian Politics, and Economics questions. But Bank Recruitment Exams covers the General Awareness and Indian Banking questions.

Here, Portalforjobs.com provides an Online General Knowledge Quiz 2014 which gives you questions pattern of competitive exams & bank Exams. It makes for you after considering the previous year papers of banks, railway, and defence exams.



1. Grand Central Terminal, Park Avenue, New York is the world's



  • highest railway station  
  • largest railway station  
  • longest railway station  
  • None of the above  


  • 2. Who is the father of Geometry?


  • Aristotle  
  • Pythagoras  
  • Kepler  
  • Euclid  


  • 3. The Homolographic projection has the correct representation of



  • Shape  
  • Baring  
  • Distance  
  • Area  


  • 4. What Galileo invented?


  • Barometer  
  • Thermometer  
  • Pendulum clock  
  • Microscope  


  • 5. B. C. Roy Award is given in the field of



  • Music  
  • Journalism  
  • Environment  
  • Medicine  


  • 6. Kudumbashree, the model poverty alleviation programme is known to have been implemented in which among the following states successfully?



  • Tamil Nadu  
  • Andhra Pradesh  
  • Karnataka  
  • Kerala  


  • 7. Where is the Railway Staff College located?



  • Vadodara  
  • Pune  
  • Allahabad  
  • Delhi  


  • 8. The words 'Satyameva Jayate' inscribed below the base plate of the emblem of India are taken from



  • Rigveda  
  • Mundak Upanishad  
  • Satpath Brahmana  
  • Ramayana  


  • 9. The first death anniversary day of Sri Rajiv Gandhi was observed as the



  • National Integration Day  
  • Peace and Love Day  
  • Anti-Terrorism Day  
  • Secularism Day  


  • 10. 20th August is celebrated as



  • Earth Day  
  • No Tobacco Day  
  • None of these  
  • Sadbhavana Divas  


  • 11. When is the World Population Day observed?



  • May 31  
  • October 4  
  • December 10  
  • July 11  


  • 12. January 15 is celebrated as the



  • Republic Day  
  • Ugadhi  
  • Teachers' Day  
  • Army Day  


  • 13. The centenary of Mahatma Gandhi's arrival in South Africa was celebrated in



  • August 1993  
  • July 1993  
  • September 1993  
  • May 1993  


  • 14. 1981 was the international year of the



  • Women  
  • Children  
  • Blind  
  • Disabled  


  • 15. World Human Rights Day is observed on



  • April 8  
  • December 7  
  • September 5  
  • December 10  


  • 16. World Literacy Day is observed on



  • Sep 5  
  • Aug 6  
  • Oct 24  
  • Sep 8  


  • 17. India Celebrates February 28 every year as 'National Science Day' because on this day



  • first Indian Space craft was launched  
  • Nehru laid the foundation of Science labs all over India  
  • Vikram Sarabhai was born  
  • in 1928 C.V. Raman discovered what was later called the 'Raman Effect'  


  • 18. The year 1985 was declared as the International Year of



  • Blind  
  • Children  
  • GandhiWomen  
  • Youth  


  • 19. Which of the following festivals is celebrated on Prophet Mohammed birthday?



  • Id-Ul-Zuha  
  • Id-Ul-Fitr  
  • Muharram  
  • Id-e-Milad  


  • 20. 'Rosh Hashanah' is the new year's day of which communities?



  • Muslims  
  • Hindus  
  • Shinto  
  • Jews  





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