May 17, 2019

RRB JE General Awareness Gradeup | RRB JE General Awareness Classes

1. in order of their distances from the sun, which of the following planets lie between mars and uranus?
1) Earth and Jupiter
2) Saturn and Earth
3) Jupiter and Saturn
4) Saturn and Neptune

2. 'The length of its day and the tilt of its axis are almost identical to those of the earth'.
This is true of:
1) Uranus
2) Neptune
3) Mars 
4) Saturn

3. On which of the following planets of the solar system does the sun rise in the west and set in the east?
1) Jupiter 
2) Saturn
3) Mars 
4) Venus

4. To a space traveler on moon, the lunar sky during day time appears:
1) White 
2) Black
3) Blue 
4) Red

5. 'A star which appears blue' is:
1) cooler than the moon
2) hotter than the sun
3) as hot as the sun
4) cooler than the sun

6. Which of the following celestial bodies bear, 'The sea of Tranquility' and 'The Ocean of Storms'?
1) Moon 
2) Sun
3) Venus 
4) Mars

7. Which of the following gases is most predominant in the Sun?
1) Helium 
2) Nitrogen
3) Hydrogen 
4) Ozone

8. If the orbit of a planet is an ellipse then what is the point at which the Sun is located called?
1) Centre 
2) Incentre
3) Focus 
4) Circumcentre

9. The twin planet of the earth which resembles in size, density and mass is:
1) Jupiter 
2) Mars
3) Mercury
4) Venus

10. The fact that the planets move around the Sun, not in circles but in ellipses, was first demonstrated by:
1) Martin Luther
2) Johannes Kepler
3) Galileo 
4) Copernicus

11. Diamond Ring, God's Eye and Baily's Beads are the parts of which one among the following natural phenomena?
1) Aurora 
2) Solar Eclipse
3) Lightning 
4) Solar storm

12. The circle of illumination divides Earth into two hemispheres known as:
1) East and West
2) Day and Night
3) North and South
4) Summer and Winter

13. The inclination of the earth's axis to the orbital plane is (in degrees):
1) 21.5 
2) 23.5 
3) 66.5 
4) 90

14. 'Mohs Scale' is used to indicate the:
1) degree of brittleness of a substance
2) degree of hardness of minerals
3) degree of viscosity of a liquid
4) degree of elasticity of a material

15. Which of the following phenomenon gives an evidence for the spherical shape of the earth?
1) Revolution
2) Lunar eclipse
3) Rotation of Earth
4) Solar eclipse

16. The position of a planet when it is nearest to the Sun, is called:
1) perihelion 
2) apihelion
3) apigee 
4) perigee

17. In how many time zones has the world been divided into?
1) 16 
2) 24
3) 180 
4) 90

18. Through which one of the following countries the Tropic of Cancer does not pass through?
1) Bangladesh 
2) China
3) Nepal 
4) Myanmar

19. All the watches of a country are set according to:
1) greenwhich mean time
2) local time
3) standard time of the country
4) time of sunrise and sunset

20. If the earth's direction of rotation is reversed, what would be the IST when it is noon at the International Date Line?
1) 06.30 hrs
2) 18.30 hrs
3) 05.30 hrs 
4) 17.30 hrs

21. The greatest seasonal contrast of insolation on the earth is in which of the following latitudinal zones?
1) Tropical 
2) Temperate
3) Equitorial
4) Polar

22. Wide range and variability in rainfall, torrential in character, reversal of winds and uncertain arrival are the characteristics of:
1) Trade Winds 
2) Monsoons
3) Westerlies 
4) Anti trade winds

23. The chemically inactive gas present in the atmosphere is:
1) argon 
2) nitrogen
3) water vapour 
4) oxygen

24. Atmospheric pressure exerted on earth is due to:
1) Gravitational pull of the earth
2) Rotation of earth
3) Uneven heating of earth
4) Revolution of earth

25. The plane of contact of the troposphere and stratosphere is known as:
1) mesosphere 
2) ionosphere
3) stratopause 
4) tropopause

26. The layer of the atmosphere which provides ideal conditions for flying of jet aeroplanes is:
1) troposphere 
2) stratosphere
3) ionosphere 
4) exosphere

27. Atmospheric humidity is measured by:
1) Anemometer 
2) Hydrometer
3) Psychrometer
4) Lysimeter

28. Which of the following colour types do not indicate fair or fine weather?
1) Cirrus
2) Cumulonimbus
3) Cumulus 
4) Altocumulus

29. Mist is a result of which one of the following?
1) Condensation 
2) Evaporation
3) Sublimation
4) Saturation

30. The ash-grey soils of high latitude coniferous forests are known as?
1) Podsols 
2) Tundra soils
3) Red and Yellow soils
4) Grey-Brown soils

31. Virtually treeless, sparse vegetation is found in:
1) Taiga 
2) Tundra
3) Alpine 
4) Chapparal

32. Collective farming is done in the grasslands of the:
1) steppes 
2) velds
3) prairies 
4) pampas

33. The country at the top in terms of percentage of total coffee production in the world is:
1) Colombia 
2) India
3) Brazil 
4) Ethiopia

34. Which one of the following regions of the world is called 'the bread basket of the world'?
1) Temperate grassland
2) Tropical monsoon region
3) Mediterranean region
4) Savannah grassland

35. Which one of the following natural regions is best known for the production of grapes?
1) Hot deserts
2) Mediterranean
3) Monsoon 
4) Equatorial

36. Which type of forest belt supplies most of the world's requirement of newsprint?
1) Deciduous forest
2) Coniferous forest
3) Evergreen forest
4) Mediterranean forest

37. Which vegetation is called natural cattle country?
1) Savanna 
2) Downs
3) Selva 
4) Prairies

38. Los Angeles is famous for:
1) golden beaches
2) rocket launching station
3) scenic beauty
4) film studios

39. Which of the following is called the Light House to the Mediterranean?
1) Vesuvius of Italy
2) Stramboli of Sicily
3) Paracutin of Mexico
4) Mount Peele of West Indies

40. Which of the following is an organic rock?
1) Marble 
2) Granite
3) Coal 
4) Slate

41. Radioactive decay provides an internal source of heat for the earth. This helps in the formation of which type of rocks?
1) Igneous
2) Sedimentary
3) Metamorphic
4) All of the above

42. Which one of the following is a depositional landform?
1) Stalagmite 
2) Lapis
3) Sinkhole 
4) Cave

43. 'Esker' is a geomorphic feature developed by:
1) mechanical weathering
2) river action
3) glaciofluvial deposits
4) aeolian deposits

44. Which of the following is called the 'Crossroads of the Pacific'?
1) Tonga 
2) Hawaii
3) Ellice 
4) Fiji

45. The movement inside the Earth's crust is studied by:
1) Geodesy 
2) Seismology
3) Plate Tectonics
4) Geology

46. 'Caldera' is a feature associated with:
1) volcanoes 
2) earthquakes
3) folding of rocks
4) faulting of mountains

47. Which one of the following continents has the largest number of countries?
1) Africa 
2) Europe
3) Asia 
4) South America

48. The 'El Nino' phenomena which sparks climatic extreme around the globe, originates in the:
1) Atlantic Ocean
2) Pacific ocean
3) Sea of China 
4) Indian Ocean

49. A semi enclosed coastal body of water which has a free connection with the open sea is called:
1) Ria Coast 
2) Estuary
3) Fjord 
4) Cove

50. In which one of the following oceans is Diamantina Trench situated?
1) Pacific Ocean
2) Atlantic Ocean
3) Indian Ocean 
4) Arctic Ocean

ANSWERS :  
1) 3 2) 3 3) 4 4) 2 5) 2
6) 1 7) 3 8) 3 9) 4 10) 2
11) 2 12) 2 13) 3 14) 2 15) 2
16) 1 17) 2 18) 3 19) 3 20) 1
21) 1 22) 2 23) 1 24) 1 25) 4
26) 2 27) 3 28) 2 29) 1 30) 1
31) 2 32) 1 33) 3 34) 1 35) 2
36) 2 37) 2 38) 4 39) 2 40) 3
41) 1 42) 1 43) 3 44) 2 45) 2
46) 1 47) 1 48) 2 49) 2 50) 3

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