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Staff Selection Commission (SSC) CGL General Knowledge Quiz

1. The only ape found in India is:
A) Chimpanzee
B) Gorilla
C) Hoolock Gibbon 
D) Orangutan

2. What is the bond between two amino acids in a protein?
A) Ester bond
B) Glycosidic bond
C) Peptide bond 
D) Phosphodiester bond

3. Which has decided to ban by Kerala government in order to prevent from health related problems?
A) e-kutka
B) e-food
C) e-khainis
D) e-cigarette 

4. The state having the largest density of population per square kilometre in India is:
A) Kerala
B) Uttar Pradesh
C) West Bengal
D) Bihar 

5. The success of democracy depends upon the:
A) Right to criticise
B) Right to association
C) Right to personal liberty 
D) Right to property

6. Which one of the following is used by the mountaineers and the pilots to measure pressure?
A) Simple barometer
B) Fortin barometer
C) Manometer
D) Aneroid barometer 

7. “Tripitaka” is the religious book of:
A) Jains
B) Buddhists 
C) Sikhs
D) Hindus

8. William Jones Cup is associated to which of the following games?
A) Cricket
B) Basketball 
C) Badminton
D) Chess

9. The branch of agriculture which deals with the feeding, shelter, health and breeding of the domestic animals is called:
A) Dairy Science
B) Veterinary Science
C) Poultry
D) Animal Husbandry 

10. A true rib in man is:
A) Vertebral
B) Sternal
C) Vertebrosternal 
D) Vertebrocostal

11. Which of the following is not helpful in controlling money supply?
A) Free Market Policy 
C) Bank Rate
D) Change in margin requirement

12. Which of the following is called “Brown paper”?
A) Jute 
B) Cotton
C) Rubber
D) Tea

13. Which of the following materials was mainly used in the manufacture of Harappan seals?
A) Terracotta 
B) Bronze
C) Copper
D) Iron

14. Which of the following stage is associated with the formation of chiasmata during meiotic cell division?
A) Leptotene
B) Zygotene
C) Pachytene 
D) Diplotene

15. Which Bank has signed agreements with the World Bank for $625 million to support grid connected rooftop solar programme in the Country?
B) Indian Overseas Bank
C) Indian Bank
D) State Bank of India 

16. The drug against infectious disease is:
A) Sulphathiazole 
B) Insulin
C) Aspirin
D) Reserpine

17. Nalanda university is located in which of the following states?
A) Rajasthan
B) Madhya Pradesh
C) Haryana
D) Bihar 

18. When was National emergency imposed by the President of India on the grounds of internal disorder?
A) 1962
B) 1965
C) 1971
D) 1975 

19. Which of the following is the slowest Internet connection?
A) Digital Subscriber Line
B) T1
C) Cable Modem
D) Dial-Up 

20. A radar beam consists of:
A) X-rays
B) Ultraviolet rays
C) Infrared rays
D) Microwaves 

21. Majuli, the largest river island in the world, lies in the state of:
A) Arunachal Pradesh
B) Assam 
C) Tripura
D) Mizoram

22. India opted for “Mixed Economy” in:
A) Framing of the Constitution
B) Second Five Year Plan
C) Industrial Policy of 1948 
D) None of the above

23. The language that was designated as the “Camp Language” during the Medieval Period is:
A) Sanskrit
B) Pali
C) Hindi
D) Urdu 

24. Which one of the following is a hindrance to liberty and independency?
A) Centralisation 
B) Decentralisation
C) Privatisation
D) Nationalisation

25. Which of the following is an operating System?
A) Windows 8 
B) MS word
C) Chrome
D) Photoshop

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