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Graduate Level Questions - 2

Graduate Level Questions - 2

201. You like vegetarian food,……?
(a) do you             (b) isn’t you
(c) aren’t you          (d) don’t you
Answer: (d)

202. I ……. the boy from the deep well.
(a) escaped             (b) saved
(c) am escaped             (d) am saved
Answer: (b)

203. He said to me that he ……. going abroad:
(a) is    (b) has been       (c) had been   (d) was
Answer: (d)

204. The correctly spelt word is:
(a) SECRATARY            (b) SECRETARY
(c) SECRATERY                (d)  SECRETERY
Answer: (b)

205. I saw a …… of sheep grazing in the field:
(a) flock          (b) herd     (c) group        (d) pack
Answer: (a)

206. India trades ….. the USA ….. sugar and jute:
(a) with, in              (b) about, on
(c) from, on            (d)  off, ever
Answer: (a)

207. ‘Collaborate’ means:
(a) Work together        (b) to work together with a common aim
(c) Joint venture         (d) Agreement
Answer: (b)

208. Antonym of ‘Delicious:
(a) Agreeble                     (b) Unpalatable
(c) Enjoyable                 (d) Tasty
Answer: (b)

209. This is for students …… mother tongue is not English:
(a) that          (b) whose      (c) whom        (d) which
Answer: (b)

210. Find out the meaning of the word ‘methodical’ from the alternatives:
(a) Ordinary           (b) Dull
(c) Deep                     (d) Systematic
Answer: (d)

211. Parsimony means:
(a) Excessive carefulness in spending money
(b) Wealth inherited from parents
(c) Partiality                 (d) Jealousy
Answer: (a)

212. He is the …..of my two sons:
(a) older    (b) eldest   
(c) elder   (d)  oldest
Answer: (c)

213.The opposite of ‘Stale’:
(a) Unhealthy                (b) Fresh
(c) Stylistic                       (d) Old
Answer: (b)

214.The faster you run, ……..
(a) the sooner you get tired
(b) you get more tired
(c) sooner you get tired
(d)  soon you get tired
Answer: (a)

215.As they had no children, they …….. an orphan:
(a) adapted               (b) Assaulted
(c) allotted                      (d) adopted
Answer: (d)

216.Fools rush in where angels fear ……
(a) to walk              (b) to tread         (c) to cross          (d) to sit
Answer: (b)

217.Feminine gender of the fox is:
(a) She-fox            (b) Bitch      (c) Hind (d) Vixen
Answer: (d)

218.Either you or Ravi …… to meet the principal today:
(a) have       (b) has       (c) having         (d)  did
Answer: (b)

219.I felt pity ….. the poor widow:
(a) to         (b) with       (c) on          (d) for
Answer: (d)

220.The temples of South India are bigger than ……. North India:
(a) that of       (b) those of        (c) of which     (d)  all
Answer: (b)

221.Which one number can replace both question marks
?/100= 4/?
(a) 20       (b) 25      (c) 1  (d) 200
Answer: (a)

222.Select the odd one:
(a) Teacher  (b) Student   (c) Professor  (d) Principal
Answer: (b)

223.A party consisted of a man, his wife, his three sons and their wives and three children in each son’s family. How many are there in the party?
(a) 22       (b) 13 (c) 17  (d) 24
Answer: (c)

224.Year: Month:: Week:?
(a) Hour       (b) Month       (c) Day        (d) Fortnight
Answer: (c)

225. An even prime number:
(a) 0        (b) 4      (c) 2          (d) -2
Answer: (c)

226.A student has to secure 40% marks to pass. He gets 40 marks and fails by 40 marks.
(a) 300        (b) 250      (c) 150           (d) 200
Answer: (d)

227.65,63,60,56,51, ?
(a) 44  (b) 45    (c) 46   (d) 47
Answer: (b)

228.Select the odd one:
(a) KLLM           (b) TUUV          (c) XXXZ          (d) OPPQ
Answer: (c)

229.Ear: Music:: Nose:?
(a) Face          (b) Breath         (c) Smell         (d) Music
Answer: (c)

230.If the perimeter of a rectangle is 200m and its breadth is 40m then its area in sq.metres is:
(a) 1200        (b) 2400        (c) 4800        (d) 6000
Answer: (b)

231. Man is to Masculine as Woman is to:
(a) Girl         (b) Madam   (c) Feminine   (d) Lady
Answer: (c)

232.350 X ? = 4200
(a) 15         (b) 12         (c) 120         (d) 150
Answer: (b)

233.Doctor : Patient :: Teacher : ?
(a) Class        (b) Student       (c) School        (d) Lesson
Answer: (b)

234.15% of 120 + 25% of 100= ?
(a) 48          (b) 38        (c) 42        (d) 43
Answer: (d)

235.Flower : Bouquet :: Player : ?
(a) Captain  (b) Team       (c) Playground    (d) Flock
Answer: (b)

236.A train travelling at a uniform speed clears a bridge 110 m long in 10 seconds and passes a telegraph post in 5 seconds. The length of the train is …..  metres.
(a) 100          (b) 110          (c) 105      (d) 80.3
Answer: (b)

237. Save is related to Rescue in the same way as Seldom is related to:
(a) Certain          (b) Usual       (c) Often       (d) Rarely
Answer: (d)

238. If ABCD is coded as 1234, what would be GHIF stands for:
(a) 5678        (b) 7869       (c) 7896      (d) 6789
Answer: (c)

239. Six men working 8 hours per day earn Rs.720 per week.  Eight men working 6 hours a day will earn Rs. ……. per week.
(a) 540          (b) 720        (c) 960        (d) 740
Answer: (b)

240. Sun is to Night as Fish is to:
(a) Lake        (b) Sea      (c) Land     (d) Water
Answer: (c)

241. The day on which Kariappa became the Commander in Chief of India is observed as:
(a) Armed Forces Flag day             (b) Navy Day
(c) Army Day                             (d) Airforce Day
Answer: (c)

242. Who is the founder of Agra?
(a) Akbar                  (b) Sikander Lodi
(c) Shah Jehan         (d) Jehangir
Answer: (b)

243. “For fools rush in where angels fear to tread” Who said this?
(a) Alexander Pope            (b) Milton
(c) Churchill                       (d) Byron
Answer: (a)

244. The greatest ruler of Maurya dynasty:
(a) Bindusara                (b) Chandragupta Maurya
(c) Asoka                         (d) Brihadratha
Answer: (c)

245. The battle of Hydaspes in which Alexander   defeated Porus was fought in:
(a) BC 326           (b) BC 323         (c) BC 316         (d) BC 336
Answer: (a)

246. The first woman chief minister of an Indian     state:
(a) Sarojini Naidu                     (b) Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit
(c) Sucheta Kripalani             (d) None of these
Answer: (c)

247.D.S.Senanayake is the father of the nation of:
(a) Indonesia                  (b) Sri Lanka
(c) Philippines                   (d) Myanmar
Answer: (b)

248. Abraham Lincoln was the ....the president of USA:
(a) 15           (b) 16        (c) 17         (d) 18
Answer: (b)

249. Father of Green Revolution in India:
(a) MS Swaminathan             (b) Varghese Kurien
(c) Vikram Sarabhai                   (d) None of these
Answer: (a)

250. Which is not situated on the banks of Yamuna?
(a) Agra                    (b) Delhi
(c) Mathura                 (d) Haridwar
Answer: (d)

251. The first to win an Olympic medal for India:
(a) Norman Pritchard            (b) K.Lakshmanan
(c) K.Malleswari                         (d) Milkha Singh
Answer: (a)

252. Shakespeare passed away in:
(a) 1564         (b) 1616          (c) 1612            (d) 1620
Answer: (b)

253. In which year Bangladesh declared independence?
(a) 1975         (b) 1972      (c) 1970         (d) 1971
Answer: (d)

254. Cryogenics is related to:
(a) Low Temperature            (b) Pressure
(c) Insects                               (d) Heredity
Answer: (a)

255.The colour of the Black box in aeroplanes:
(a) Red          (b) Orange        (c) Green         (d) Blue
Answer: (b)

256. Father of the e-mail:
(a) Ray Tomlinson              (b) Glen Recort
(c) Sabir Bhatia                      (d) Pascal
Answer: (a)

257. ‘The king of spices’:
(a) Cardomom             (b) Pepper
(c) All Spice                 (d) Turmeric
Answer: (b)

258. Beryllium aluminium silicate is known as:
(a) Alum          (b) Topaz       (c) Ruby          (d) Emerald
Answer: (d)

259. Galvanisation is the process of coating of ..... on other metals.
(a) Copper        (b) Silver    (c) Gallium      (d) Zinc
Answer: (d)

260. The rarest gas element in the atmosphere of Earth:
(a) Oxygen      (b) Nitrogen     (c) Radon     (d) Helium
Answer: (c)

261. Morphin is obtained from......
(a) Poppy        (b) Vinca         (c) Rauwolfia        (d) Neem
Answer: (a)

262. The wood used for making snake boat:
(a) Anjili       (b) Deodar        (c) Neem              (d) Mahagony
Answer: (a)

263. What kind of organism is ‘Bombay Duck’?
(a) Mammal         (b) Bird         (c) Fish         (d) Reptile
Answer: (c)

264. The average length of femur:
(a) 100cm         (b) 50cm        (c) 75cm               (d) 25cm
Answer: (b)

265. The disease caused by Yersinia pestis:
(a) Yellow fever            (b) Plague
(c) Cholera                      (d) Malaria
Answer: (b)

266. The only planet which takes more time to complete rotation than a revolution?
(a) Venus         (b) Mercury       (c) Mars         (d) Jupiter
Answer: (a)

267. The space-age was started on 4th October 1957 with the launching of Sputnik by:
(a) USA          (b) Soviet Union           (c) India          (d) UK
Answer: (b)

268. The airport in Port Blair is named after:
(a) Vir Savarkar              (b) SC Bose
(c) Mayo                                    (d) Dufferin
Answer: (a)

269. Almora hill station is in the state of:
(a) Uttarakhand                           (b) Kashmir
(c) Himachal Pradesh                 (d) Assam
Answer: (a)

270. The second most important god during Rig Vedic period:
(a) Agni         (b) Varuna         (c) Soma           (d) Yama
Answer: (a)

271. Which statement is incorrect?
(a) Sher Shah died in 1547
(b) Sher Shah built the Grand Trunk
(c) The tomb of Sher Shah is in Sasaram
(d) Purana Qila was built by Sher Shah
Answer: (a)

272. Advocate General is appointed by:
(a) President                
(b) Governor
(c) Chief Minister           
(d) Law Minister
Answer: (b)

273. Who acted the role of Gandhi in the film ‘Gandhi’?
(a) Richard Attenborough             (b) Rajat Kapur
(c) Ben Kingsley                              (d) None of these
Answer: (c)

274. Who was the president of INC when India got independence?
(a) Rajendraprasad              (b) Maulana Azad
(c) Jawaharlal Nehru            (d) JB Kripalani
Answer: (d)

275. The only Indian prime minister who did not face the parliament:
(a) Morarji Desai                (b) Charan Singh
(c) HD Dewe Gowda          (d) Chandrasekhar
Answer: (b)

276. The 8th Schedule of the Indian Constitution recognises   ———  languages.
(a) 20       (b) 25       (c) 18      (d) 22
Answer: (d)

277. The author of ‘Kim’ and ‘Jungle Book’:
(a) Rudyard Kipling          (b) Mark Twain
(c) Victor Hugo                    (d) Leo Tolstoy
Answer: (a)

278. Marry Todd was the wife of a famous US president. His name is:
(a) John F.Kennedy                       (b) Franklin D.Roosevelt
(c) Abraham Lincoln                    (d) George Washington
Answer: (c)

279. Who was the first transport minister in Kerala?
(a) KC George                           (b) KP Gopalan
(c) C Achuthamenon              (d) TV Thomas
Answer: (d)

280. The dam situated between Kuravan and Kurathi hills:
(a) Idukki                         (b) Idamalayar
(c) Mullaperiyar                  (d) Neyyar dam
Answer: (a)

281. Punnapra-Vayalar agitation was in:
(a) 1945         (b) 1946       (c) 1947       (d) 1948
Answer: (b)

282. Rajyasamacharam was published from:
(a) Kottayam                 (b) Kochi
(c) Kozhikode                 (d) Thalassery
Answer: (d)

283. The Malayalam film based on the theme of Rajan Case:
(a) Neythukaran                   (b) Piravi
(c) Swam                                 (d) Meenamasathile Sooryan
Answer: (b)

284.The ruler of Travancore who abolished Sucheendram Kaimukku:
(a) Uthram Tirunal          (b) Visakham Tirunal
(c) Sri Mulam Tirunal       (d) Swati Tirunal
Answer: (d)

285. The first athlete from Kerala to get the Arjuna Award:
(a) PT Usha                    (b) TC Yohannan
(c) KC Elamma                 (d) Shiny Abraham
Answer: (b)

286. The first technopark in Kerala was established at:
(a) Chathamangalam                             (b) Kalamassery
(c) Thiruvananthapuram                       (d) Kochi
Answer: (c)

287. The capital of Pallavas:
(a) Madurai                (b) Kanchipuram
(c) Thanjavur            (d) Muziris
Answer: (b)

288. The place is known as Land of 3’C’s- Land of Cake, Land of Cricket, Land of Circus?
(a) Kozhikode                (b) Thalassery
(c) Kochi                           (d) Kollam
Answer: (b)

289. The place where Parthasarathy Temple is situated?
(a) Aranmula                   (b) Ettumanoor
(c) Ochira                             (d) Harippad
Answer: (a)

290. The only woman to get two Nobel Prizes:
(a) Selma Lagerlof                       (b) Bertha Von Suttner
(c) Marie Curie                             (d) Aung San Suu Ki
Answer: (c)

291. The first Indian to get the Booker Prize:
(a) Kiran Desai                                 (b) Arundhati Roy
(c) Salman Rushdie                          (d) None of these
Answer: (b)

291. The tenure of UN Secretary-General is ...... years :
(a) 4         (b) 5          (c) 6                  (d) 7
Answer: (b)

293. Who authored ‘Indica’?
(a) Chanakya                                 (b) Megasthanes
(c) Fahien                                       (d) Huan Tsang
Answer: (b)

294. Pin code system was introduced in India in:
(a) 1970          (b) 1971         (c) 1972          (d) 1973
Answer: (c)

295. “ Duty unto Death” is the motto of:
(a) CRPF        (b) BSF        (c) NSG            (d) Assam Rifle
Answer: (b)

296. The venue of 2018 World Cup Football:
(a) Russia                      (b) Qatar
(c) England                       (d)  South Africa
Answer: (a)

297. Who authored  ‘Hymavathabhoovil’?
(a) MP Veerendrakumar
(b) C. Radhakrishnan
(c) MK Sanu
(d) Unnikrishnan Puthur
Answer: (a)

298. The internet browser developed in India:
(a) Bhuvan         (b) Epic        (c) Viswasth        (d) Gagan
Answer: (b)

299. The name of which state means ‘Thirty-six Forts’?:
(a) Uttarakhand                    (b) Karnataka
(c) Chhatisgarh                   (d)  Jharkhand
Answer: (c)

300. In which year a Pakistani woman got Nobel Prize for the first time?
(a) 1979       (b) 2012      (c) 2013           (d) 2014
Answer: (d)

301. In which place is Papanasam beach?
(a) Varkala                                                (b) Kovalam
(c) Vizhinham                                           (d) Kollam
Answer: (a)

302. Where is VK Krishnamenon Art Gallery?
(a) Kozhikode                                          (b) Kannur
(c) Thiruvananthapuram                     (d) Thrissur
Answer: (a)

303. National sports of Scotland:
(a) Tennis                                               (b) Rugby Football
(c) Judo                                                    (d) Cricket
Answer: (b)

304. The Indian author who created the fictional place ‘Malgudi’:
(a) Nirad C. Chaudhary                          (b) Raja Rao
(c) RK Laxman                                         (d) R.K. Narayan
Answer: (d)

305.  Which light has the shortest wavelength?
(a) Blue                                                (b) Violet
(c) Red                                                  (d) Yellow
Answer: (b)

306. Who discovered radioactivity?
(a) Madam Curie                               (b) Henri Becquerel
(c) Enrico Fermi                                (d) Roentgen
Answer: (b)

307. What is known as ‘Black gold’?
(a) Diamond                                    (b) Anthrasite
(c) Petroleum                                 (d) Tar
Answer: (c)

308. Vinegar contains:
(a) Citric acid                                     (b) Lactic acid
(c) Malic acid                                     (d) Acetic acid
Answer: (d)

309. Which fruit can provide the capacity for contraception?
(a) Grapes                                          (b) Orange
(c) Papaya                                          (d) Sappota
Answer: (c)

310. The number of chambers in the heart of fish:
(a) 2                                                      (b) 3
(c) 4                                                      (d) 5
Answer: (a)

311. Malabari is a type of:
(a) Cow                                               (b) Goat
(c) Pig                                                  (d) Dog
Answer: (b)

312. The white Blood Corpuscles are also called:
(a) Erythrocytes                               (b) Thrombosites
(c) Leucocytes                                   (d) None of these
Answer: (c)

313. Albert Einstein got Nobel Prize in connection with:
(a) General Theory of Relativity
(b) Special Theory of Relativity
(c) Photo Electric Effect
(d) None of these
Answer: (c)

314. The first to get Bharat Ratna Posthumously:
(a) Rajiv Gandhi                        (b)  M.G.Ramachandran
(c) K.Kamaraj                             (d)Lal Bahadur Shastri
Answer: (d)

315. Which organ of the UN  is charged with maintaining peace and security among countries?
(a) General Assembly                   (b) ICJ
(c) Security Council                       (d) ECOSOC
Answer: (c)

316. Birth anniversary of Dr.S.Radhakrishnan (September 5) is observed as:
(a) National education day              (b) Teacher’s day
(c) National science day                   (d) None of these
Answer: (b)

317. “The light has gone out..... the light that shone in this country was no ordinary light..... For that light represented living truth” Who said these words?
(a) Gandhiji                                            (b) Jawaharlal Nehru
(c) Sardar Patel                                     (d) SC Bose
Answer: (b)

318. Which gulf country is an island?
(a) Iraq                                                  (b) Yemen
(c) Kuwait                                          (d)Bahrain
Answer: (d)

319. The highest peak in Africa
(a) Kilimanjaro                                   (b ) Aconcagua
(c) Everest                                           (d) Mc Kinley
Answer: (a)

320. The deepest lake in the world is Beikal in....
(a) Russia                                                (b) China
(c) Nepal                                                  (d) Laos
Answer: (a)

321. The highest capital city in the world is La Paz. It is in:
(a) Brazil                                               (b) Chile
(c) Bolivia                                              (d) Argentina
Answer: (c)

322. Which State/Union Territory in India has the largest percentage of area under forest?
(a) Mizoram                                           (b) Andaman Nicobar
(c) Lakshadweep                                    (d) Andhra Pradesh
Answer: (b)

323. Which river is known as ‘Vridha Ganga’?
(a) Kaveri                                                (b) Godavari
(c) Krishna                                             (d) Narmada
Answer: (b)

324. New alluvium  is called:
(a) Regur                                                (b) Humus
(c) Khadar                                              (d) Bhangar
Answer: (c)

325. Which region in India experiences the heaviest rainfall?
(a) Northwest                                       (b) Northeast
(c) South                                                  (d) Southwest
Answer: (b)

326. Kalibangan, the Indus valley site, is in:
(a) U.P.                                                       (b) Haryana
(c) Rajasthan                                             (d) Punjab
Answer: (c)

327. During the Vedic age, the river Beas was known as:
(a) Satadru                                                (b) Vitashta
(c) Chandrabhaga                                    (d) Vipasa
Answer: (d)

328. The first organisation to get Gandhi Peace Prize of the Govt. of India:
(a) Red Cross                                  (b) Ramakrishna Mission
(c) UNO                                            (d) None of these
Answer: (b)

329. Name the revolutionary leader who turned into an ascetic in the later years of his life:
(a) BG Tilak                                         (b) Bhagat Singh
(c) Bipin Chandra Pal                       (d) Aurobindo Ghosh
Answer: (d)

330. In which year Clement Atlee announced British Government’s decision to grant independence to India?
(a) 1947                                             (b) 1948
(c) 1949                                              (d) 1950
Answer: (a)

331. The first Indian to preach the gospel of Swadeshi and India for Indians:
(a) WC Bannerjee                                
(b) Dadabhai Navroji
(c) Raja Ram Mohun Roy                 
(d) Swami Dayanand Saraswati
Answer: (d)

332. Prevention of Terrorism Act (POTA) was passed by the Parliament in:
(a) 2000                                                  (b) 2001
(c) 2002                                                  (d) 2003
Answer: (c)

333. The stock market index of the London Stock Exchange is:
(a) Footsie (FTSE)                               (b) NIFTY
(c) Sensex                                              (d) Bullish
Answer: (a)

334. Who has designed the symbol of Indian Rupee?
(a) D.Ramkumar                               (b) D.Udayakumar
(c) D.Jyothikumar                            (d) D.Ajayakumar
Answer: (b)

335. Which one of the following is not a function of the Reserve Bank of India?
(a) Banker to the Government
(b) Keeping foreign exchange reserve
(c) Issuing one rupee coin and note
(d) Regulating credit in the country
Answer: (c)

336. Mountbatten stepped down from the position of Governor-General of
Independent India in:
(a) 1948                                                   (b) 1947
(c) 1949                                                   (d) 1950
Answer: (a)

337. The USSR disintegrated into 15 republics in:
(a) 1988                                                  (b) 1989
(c) 1991                                                   (d) 1992
Answer: (c)

338. The inventor of the World Wide Web:
(a) Tim Berners Lee                              (b) Charles Babbage
(c) Glen Ricort                                         (d) Sabir Bhatia
Answer: (a)

339. Rabia Durrani was the wife of the Mughal Emperor:
(a)Akbar                                                (b) Jehangir
(c) Shah Jehan                                       (d) Aurangazeb
Answer: (d)

340.‘Dell’ is a famous manufacturer of:
(a) Battery                                              (b) Beverages
(c) Laptop Computer                         (d) Shoes
Answer: (c)

341. The first advertisement telecast on TV was:
(a) Watch                                                (b) Pen
(c) Car                                                       (d) Radio
Answer: (a)

342. The first to become the CM of Kerala from the backward community?
(a) C.Kesavan                                         (b) CH Muhammad Koya
(c) R Sankar                                            (d) None of these
Answer: (c)

343. The president of India when India celebrated the Silver Jubilee of
(a)Zail Singh                                         (b) V.V.Giri
(c) Fakruddin Ali Ahmed                (d) None of these
Answer: (b)

344. The Indian prime minister who got the honour ‘Olympic Order’:
(a) Jawaharlal Nehru                         (b) Rajiv Gandhi
(c) Indira Gandhi                                (d) None of these
Answer: (c)

345. The supreme authority for telecommunication in India?
(a) TRIPS                                                (b) BSNL
(c) TISCO                                                (d) TRAI
Answer: (d)

346. The Constitution of India was brought into force on:
(a) 15th August, 1947                         
(b) 26th January 1950
(c) 26th November 1949                    
(d) 22nd August 1947
Answer: (b)

347. The colour of the carpet in Lok Sabha:
(a) Black                                                     (b) White
(c) Red                                                         (d) Green
Answer: (d)

348. The first in world history to codify laws:
(a) Hannibal                                            (b) Manu
(c) Aristotle                                             (d) Hammurabi
Answer: (d)

349. The Kerala State Electricity Board was formed in:
(a) 1957                                                    (b) 1958
(c) 1959                                                    (d) None of these
Answer: (a)

350. The first member of Kerala Legislative Assembly to die in harness:
(a) AR Menon                                           (b) CH Muhammad Koya
(c) AK Rajan                                              (d) None of these
Answer: (a)

351. The Judge who resigned in 2011 in connection with impeachment proceedings in Parliament:
(a) Soumitra Sen (b) Dinakaran
(c) Ramaswamy (d) None of these
Answer: (a)

352. Polygraph is otherwise known as:
(a) Udometer (b) Lie detector
(c) Kymograph (d) None of these
Answer: (b)

353. Heat radiation is measured by:
(a) Anemometer (b) Bolometer
(c) Cryometer (d) None of these
Answer: (b)

354. The number of basic symbols in Roman numeration:
(a) 10 (b) 9
(c) 7 (d) 8
Answer: (c)

355. Speed of light is ...... maximum in:
(a) Vacuum (b) Water
(c) Steel (d) Glass
Answer: (a)

356. The isotope using for radiocarbon dating:
(a) Carbon-14 (b) Cobalt-60
(c) Uranium-238 (d) None of these
Answer: (a)

357. What is known as the ‘king of poisons’?
(a) Cyanide (b) Zinc phosphide
(c) MIC (d) Arsenic
Answer: (d)

358. Which cash crop was most benefitted by Green Revolution  in India ?
(a) Rubber (b) Tea
(c) Coffee (d) Sugar Cane
Answer: (d)

359. Hydrophytes are grown in:
(a) Deserts (b) Marshy areas
(c) Decayed matters (d)  Water
Answer: (d)

360. Which organism has the largest number of ribs?
(a) Giraffe
(b) Blue Whale (c) Snakes
(d) Tortoise
Answer: (c)

361. The venue of President’s Trophy boat race:
(a) Sasthamkotta lake (b) Punnamada lake
(c) Ashtamudi lake      (d) Uppala lake
Answer: (c)

362. Trachoma is a disease of:
(a) Ear (b) Eye
(c) Nose (d) Tongue
Answer: (b)

363. The nearest celestial body to Earth?
(a) Venus (b) Sun
(c) Moon (d) Mars
Answer: (c)

364. The first space tourist:
(a) Anousheh Ansari      (b) Neil Armstrong
(c) Mark Shuttleworth (d) Dennis Tito
Answer: (d)

365. The Falkland Islands belong to:
(a) Argentina (b) Spain
(c) Britain (d) USA
Answer: (c)

366. ‘The Lodge’ is the official residence of the prime minister of:
(a) UK (b) Sri Lanka
(c) Australia (d) Canada
Answer: (c)

367. The native land of Lepchas:
(a) Tamil Nadu (b) Andhra Pradesh
(c) Sikkim (d) Gujarat
Answer: (c)

368. In which year Indian states were reorganised under the linguistic basis for the
first time?
(a) 1953 (b) 1954
(c) 1955 (d) 1956
Answer: (d)

369. Jhelum, Chenab, Ravi, Beas and Sutlej are the tributaries of:
(a) Brahmaputra (b) Narmada
(c) Ganga (d) Indus
Answer: (d)

370. Which dynasty constructed Charminar?
(a) Barid Shahi (b) Qutub Shahi
(c) Imad Shahi (d) Adil Shahi
Answer: (b)

371. The prime minister who was instrumental in the formation of RAW:
(a) Jawaharlal Nehru (b) Lal Bahadur Shastri
(c) Indira Gandhi (d) Morarji Desai
Answer: (c)

372. Who is India’s first economic thinker?
(a) WC Bannerjee (b) Dadabhai Navroji
(c) Ram Mohun Roy (d) PC Mahalanobis
Answer: (b)

373. The Surat split of INC was in the year:
(a) 1907 (b) 1908
(c) 1909 (d) 1910
Answer: (a)

374. The first European to invade India:
(a) Napoleon (b) Alexander
(c) Darius (d) Timur
Answer: (b)

375. Who introduced market regulations in Medieval India?
(a) Alauddin Khilji (b) Balban
(c) Jalaluddin (d) None of these
Answer: (a)

376. Which district has the lowest number of Taluks?
(a) Alappuzha (b) Wayanad
(c) Kasargod (d) Kannur
Answer: (b)

377. he first city corporation in Kerala (1940):
(a) Kozhikode (b)Thiruvananthapuram
(c) Kochi (d) Kollam
Answer: (b)

378. The aim of the Information Kerala Mission is to promote:
(a) E-Governance (b) Poverty alleviation
(c) Female literacy (d) Housing
Answer: (a)

379. The first woman chief justice of the Kerala High Court:
(a) KK Usha (b) Sujatha Manohar
(c) Fatima Beevi (d) None of these
Answer: (b)

380. Where is Police Headquarters in Kerala?
(a) Kollam (b) Kochi
(c) Kozhikode (d) Thiruvananthapuram
Answer: (d)

381. The K.S.E.B. was formed in:
(a) 1965 (b) 1957
(c) 1959 (d) 1960
Answer: (b)

382. Idamalayar Dam is in the river:
(a) Chaliyar (b) Neyyar
(c) Karamana river (d) Periyar
Answer: (d)

383. The king of Travancore when the Travancore Radio Station was established:
(a) Sri Moolam Thirunal (b) Chithira Thirunal
(c) Ayilyam Thirunal(d) None of these
Answer: (b)

384. Who identified the peculiarities of Thattekkad sanctuary for the first time?
(a) Salim Ali (b) KK Neelakandan
(c) Sugathakumari (d) None of these
Answer: (a)

385. The founder of ‘Sadhujana Paripalana Sangham’:
(a) Dr Palpu (b) Ayyankali
(c) Kumaranasan (d) Narayana Guru
Answer: (b)

386. In which year Nelson Mandela shared Nobel Prize with F W De Clark?
(a)1991 (b) 1992
(c) 1993 (d) 1994
Answer: (c)

387. Number of members in Security Council:
(a) 10 (b) 5
(c) 15 (d) 54
Answer: (c)

388. Whose birthday is observed as ‘Philosopher’s Day’ in Kerala:
(a) Gandhiji (b) Tagore
(c) S Radhakrishnan (d) Sankaracharya
Answer: (d)

389. “Religion is the opium of the people” This statement is related to:
(a) Lenin (b) Karl Marx
(c) Plato (d) Socrates
Answer: (b)

390. Founder of Fatepur Sikri:
(a) Akbar (b) Muhammad Bin Tughlaq
(c) Firoz Shah Tughlaq (d) Shah Jehan
Answer: (a)

391.The second capital of Kanishka:
(a) Mathura (b) Ujjain
(c) Vidisha (d) Prayag
Answer: (a)

392. Megasthenes visited India during the time of:
(a) Chandragupta Maurya (b) Chandragupta II
(c) Kanishka       (d) Harshavardhan
Answer: (a)

393. The first viceroy of British India:
(a) Warren Hastings (b) William Bentick
(c) Robert Clive (d) Lord Canning
Answer: (d)

394. Hitler was born in:
(a) France (b) Italy
(c) Germany (d) Austria
Answer: (d)

395. King of waters:
(a) Nile (b) Amazon
(c) Indus (d) Brahmaputra
Answer: (b)

396. Who was known as ‘Iron Duke’?
(a) Napoleon (b) Czar Nicholas
(c) Duke of Wellington (d) Admiral Nelson
Answer: (c)

397. Select the correctly matched?
(a) Kanpur- Yamuna (b) Ludhiana- Sutlej
(c) Mathura- Ganga (d) Nasik- Mahanadi
Answer: (b)

398. Who is regarded as the father of the modern Olympics?
(a) Pierre de Coubertin(b) Father Didon
(c) Theodosius (d) None of these
Answer: (a)

399. China was admitted to the United Nations Organisation in the place of Taiwan in:
(a) 1969 (b) 1971
(c) 1972 (d) 1975
Answer: (b)

400. Joseph Black discovered ......
(a) Helium (b) Ozone
(c) Carbondioxide (d) Nitrogen
Answer: (c)
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