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Graduate Level Questions - 3

Graduate Level Questions and Answers - 3

401. Sartorius is the longest..... in the human body:
(a) Bone (b) Muscle
(c) Teeth (d) Nerve
Answer: (b)

402. Which is the most abundant gas on Sun?
(a) Oxygen (b) Nitrogen
(c) Hydrogen (d) Helium
Answer: (c)

403. The outermost planet in the solar system:
(a) Neptune (b) Uranus
(c) Jupiter (d) Saturn
Answer: (a)

404. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)  is the space
agency of:
(a) France (b) India
(c) Russia (d) USA
Answer: (d)

405. Which is not a Latin American country?
(a) Brazil (b) Canada
(c) Argentina (d) Chile
Answer: (b)

406. The capital of Austria:
(a) Brussels (b) Paris
(c) Vienna (d) Sofia
Answer: (c)

407. MENA (Middle East News Agency) belongs to:
(a) Kuwait (b) Saudi Arabia
(c) Egypt (d) Bahrain
Answer: (c)

408. Alexandria is a port in:
(a) Turkey (b) Egypt
(c) Israel (d) Japan
Answer: (b)

409. Country related to Colonel Gaddafi:
(a) Uganda (b) Pakistan
(c) Libya (d) Kenya
Answer: (c)

410. The four most sacred pilgrimage places of Buddhists are Lumbini, Kushinagar, Saranath and......
(a) Vaisali (b) Rajagriha
(c) Bodh Gaya (d) Pavapuri
Answer: (c)

411. The headquarters of Indian Railway:
(a) Mumbai (b) Kolkata
(c) New Delhi (d) Chennai
Answer: (c)

412. The Jog falls consists of four waterfalls. They are Raja, Rani, Rocket and.....
(a) Rocker (b) Roller
(c) Roarer (d) Roamer
Answer: (c)

413. The Governor-General of British India when Calcutta University was established:
(a) Dalhousie (b) Dufferin
(c) Canning (d) Wellesley
Answer: (c)

414. Where is INS Shivaji?
(a) Port Blair (b) Goa
(c) Lonavala (d) Visakhapatnam
Answer: (c)

415. The first Indian whose portrait was depicted in the stamp of independent India:
(a) Jawaharlal Nehru (b) Mahatma Gandhi
(c) Chandragupta Maurya (d) Mira Bhai
Answer: (b)

416. Which Veda is regarded as the source of Indian Music?
(a) Rig (b) Yajur
(c) Sama (d) Atharva
Answer: (c)

417. Vaishno Devi Temple is in the state of:
(a) Uttarakhand (b) Uttar Pradesh
(c) Orissa (d) Jammu & Kashmir
Answer: (d)

418. Kohinoor of India:
(a) Orissa (b) Assam
(c) West Bengal (d) Andhra Pradesh
Answer: (d)

419. The Tomb of Shah Jahan is at:
(a) Lahore (b) Delhi
(c) Agra (d) Kabul
Answer: (c)

420. Akbar was the Mughal Emperor when the English East India Company was formed in London. It was in the year:
(a) 1600 (b) 1602
(c) 1603 (d) 1604
Answer: (a)

421. C Rajagopalchari was a leader from:
(a) Uttarakhand (b) Tamil Nadu
(c) Punjab (d) Maharashtra
Answer: (b)

422. Which sports festival was named by Jawaharlal Nehru?
(a) Olympics (b) Asian Games
(c) SAF Games (d) Commonwealth games
Answer: (b)

423. Rajya Sabha is also known as:
(a) Council of States (b) House of People
(c) House of representatives (d) House of Lords
Answer: (a)

424..During the partition of the country, the provinces that were divided between India and Pakistan were:
(a) Punjab and Sind(b) Punjab and Bengal
(c) Sind and Bengal (d) Baluchistan and Bengal
Answer: (b)

425. What is the Indian name given to our country in Constitution?
(a) Hindustan (b) Indus
(c) Bharat (d) Hind
Answer: (c)

426. The organisation which got the most number of Nobel Prizes:
(a) UNO (b) Red Cross
(c) UNICEF (d) ILO
Answer: (b)

427. The International Date Line passes through:
(a) Gibraltar strait (b) Bering Strait
(c) Florida Strait (d) Malacca Strait
Answer: (b)

428. Leonardo da Vinci airport is in:
(a) Rome (b) Paris
(c) Amsterdam (d) Brussels
Answer: (a)

429. Adolf Hitler committed suicide in:
(a) 1945 (b) 1944
(c) 1947 (d) None of these
Answer: (a)

430. The first Home Minister of independent India:
(a) Maulana Azad (b) Syamaprasad Mukherjee
(c) Sardar Patel (d) John Mathai
Answer: (c)

431. Who one of the following is not an extremist leader of the national movement of India?
(a) Lala Lajpat Rai (b) Bal Gangadhar Tilak
(c) Bipin Chandra Pal(d) Gopala Krishna Gokhale
Answer: (d)

432. The month of the Gregorian calendar which is named after Jupiter’s wife is:
(a) May (b) June
(c) July (d) August
Answer: (b)

433. The first American President to die in harness:
(a) Abraham Lincoln (b) William Henry Harrison
(c) James Garfield (d) William Mc Kinley
Answer: (b)

434. Fastest animal on earth is:
(a) Lion (b) Tiger
(c) Cheetah (d) Rabbit
Answer: (c)

435. Number of Puranas:
(a) 18 (b) 6
(c) 4 (d) 108
Answer: (a)

436. The Kerala High Court was formed in:
(a) 1956 (b) 1957
(c) 1958 (d) 1959
Answer: (a)

437. Muthirappuzha is a tributary of:
(a) Pamba (b) Bharatappuzha
(c) Chaliyar (d) Periyar
Answer: (d)

438. The city where the first radio station was established in Kerala:
(a) Kozhikode (b) Kochi
(c) Kollam (d) Thiruvananthapuram
Answer: (d)

439. The first Malayali to become the Deputy Chairman of Rajya Sabha:
(a) KR Naryanan (b) MM Thomas
(c) MM Jacob (d) M Sayeed
Answer: (c)

440. In which district is Sankhumukham beach?
(a) Kollam (b) Alappuzha
(c) Thiruvananthapuram (d) Ernakulam
Answer: (c)

441. Who introduced separate civil service for Indians?
(a) Northbrook (b) Lytton
(c) Ripon (d) Dufferin
Answer: (b)

442. The total number of electors belongs to Parliament in the Presidential Election:
(a) 790 (b) 800
(c) 776 (d) 750
Answer: (c)

443.  The work of Thomas More which describes an ideal state:
(a) Treasure Island (b) Wasteland
(c) Dystopia (d) Utopia
Answer: (d)

444. The first Congress chief minister of Kerala
(a) Pattom Thanu Pillai (b) R Sankar
(c) K.Karunakaran (d) AK Antony
Answer: (b)

445. The district with the largest number of Grama Panchayats:
(a) Malappuram (b) Thiruvananthapuram
(c) Palakkad (d) Kozhikode
Answer: (a)

446. Britain of the South:
(a) Japan (b) New Zealand
(c) Sweden (d) Sri Lanka
Answer: (b)

447. The present name of Constantinople:
(a) Beijing (b) Ankara
(c) Kinshasa (d) Istanbul
Answer: (d)

448. The ancient Olympics was held for the first time in..... BC
(a) 394 (b) 776
(c) 580 (d) 594
Answer: (b)

449. Merdeka Cup is related to:
(a) Football (b) Golf
(c) Tennis (d) Cricket
Answer: (a)

450. In which year US astronauts Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin landed on moon:
(a) 1959 (b) 1961
(c) 1969 (d) 1970
Answer: (c)

451. The award given to universities in India for best all-round  performance in sport s is named after:
(a) Sardar Patel
(b) Netaji Subhash Bose
(c) Maulana Abul Kalam Azad
(d) Jawaharlal Nehru
Answer: (c)

452. Charles I of England was executed in:
(a) 1649     (b) 1663
(c) 1673    (d) 1683
Answer: (a)

453. Ivan the Terrible was the first Tsar of:
(a) Germany (b) Austria
(c) Russia (d) Spain
Answer: (c)

454. Who was married by Adolf Hitler the day before he committed suicide:
(a) Clarett a (b) Eva Braun
(c) Ann Frank (d) Emile Shenkel
Answer: (b)
455. The trade name ‘hp’ is related to:
(a) Tyres (b) Bicycles
(c) Computer (d) Cement
Answer: (c)

456. What is the background of ‘War and Peace’ by Napoleon?
(a) Russian invasion of Napoleon
(b) First  World War
(c) Second World War
(d) Waterloo
Answer: (a)

457. The character Gora   was created by:
(a) Tagore (b) R.K.Narayan
(c) Raja Rao (d) N.C.Chaudhary
Answer: (a)

458. Who is regarded as the father of Indian Nuclear Science?
(a) Vikram Sarabhai  (b) Raja Ramanna
(c) H.J.Bhabha  (d) MN Saha
Answer: (c)

459. Sound does not pass through:
(a) Solid (b) Liquid
(c) Vacuum (d) None of these
Answer: (c)

460. ‘Google’ is a:
(a) Word processor  (b) Search engine
(c) Operating system (d) Presentation Software
Answer: (b)

461. Alnico is an alloy of Aluminium, Nickel and .........
(a) Iron  (b) Copper
(c) Tin   (d) Cobalt
Answer: (d)

462. Which among the following is a metalloid?
(a) Carbon (b) Silicon
(c) Germanium (d) All of these
Answer: (d)

463. Colour of Iodoform:
(a) Red (b) Blue
(c) Green (d) Yellow
Answer: (d)

464.The botanical name of Pepper:
(a) Pipernigrum (b) Solanum officinarum
(c) Adathodavasica (d) Cocos nucifera
Answer: (a)

465. The first to use the word ‘Green Revolution’?
(a) William Gaud (b) Norman E Borlaug
(c) MS Swaminathan (d) C Subramanyam
Answer: (a)

466.The snake that builds nest:
(a)  Viper (b) Rat Snake
(c) Anaconda (d) King Cobra
Answer: (d)

467.The double-walled covering of heart:
(a) Peritoneum (b) Pericardium
(c) Meninjus (d) None of these
Answer: (b)

468.Hardest part of the human body:
(a) Enamel of tooth (b) Nail
(c) Hair (d) Femur
Answer: (a)

469. Which the disease is known as Break bone fever?
(a) Ricket s (b) Marasmus
(c) Dengue fever (d) Scurvy
Answer: (c)

470. Which comes in the middle during the solar eclipse?
(a) Sun  (b) Moon  
(c) Earth (d) None of these
Answer: (b)

471.Summer solstice in the northern hemisphere:
(a) June 21 (b) December 22
(c) March 21 (d) September 23
Answer: (a)

472.Ringgit is the currency of:
(a) Malaysia (b) Thailand
(c) Brunei (d) Laos
Answer: (a)

473.The correct order of mountain ranges in the Himalayas from north to south:
(a) Himachal, Himadri, Shiwalik
(b) Himachal, Shiwalik, Himadri
(c) Himadri, Himachal, Shiwalik
(d) Shiwalik, Himachal, Himadri
Answer: (c)

474.Oldest Dravidian language:
(a) Telugu (b) Kannada
(c) Malayalam (d) Tamil
Answer: (d)

475.The second metro railway in India:
(a) Goa (b) Kolkat a
(c) New Delhi (d) Mumbai
Answer: (c)

476.In which year 14 banks were nationalised during the prime ministership of Indira Gandhi?
(a) 1959    (b) 1949
(c) 1969  (d) 1979
Answer: (c)

477.Yakshagana is a folk dance drama of:
(a) Kerala (b) Tamil Nadu
(c) Andhra Pradesh (d) Karnat aka
Answer: (d)

478.Where is Chennakesava temple?
(a) Belur (b) Halebid
(c) Madurai (d) Hampi
Answer: (a)

479.Tiger st ate of India:
(a) Gujarat (b) Rajast an
(c) Madhya Pradesh (d) Assam
Answer: (c)

480.Who repaired Sudarshan lake?
(a) Rudradaman (b) Kanishka
(c) Pushyamitra (d) Devabhuti
Answer: (a)

481.Satavahanas were also known as:
(a) Memaluks (b) Ikshakus
(c) Andhra Bhrityas (d) Rajputs
Answer: (c)

482. Who revived Nalanda University?
(a) Harsha (b) Sasanka
(c) Pulikesin I (d) Baktiyar Khalji
Answer: (a)

483.Muhammad bin Tughlaq shifted the capital of the Sultanate from Delhi to:
(a) Agra (b) Tughlaqabad
(c) Daulatabad (d) Siri
Answer: (c)

484. Tomb of Aurangazeb’s wife Rabia Durrani is known as ‘Poor man’s Taj Mahal’. It is situated in:
(a) Agra (b) Sikandra
(c) Aurangabad (d) Delhi
Answer: (c)

485.Vasco da Gama reached India for the second time in:
(a) 1502     (b) 1503
(c) 1504       (d) 1505
Answer: (a)

486. Who organised a raid on Chittagong government armoury in 1930 April?
(a) Bhagat Singh (b) Uddham Singh
(c) Chandrasekhar Azad (d) Surya Sen
Answer: (d)

487. Who was the Viceroy when the first Census was held in 1872?
(a) Mayo (b) Curzon
(c) Hardinge II (d) Minto I
Answer: (a)

488. Who wrote ‘India Wins Freedom’?
(a) C Rajagopalachari  (b) Maulana Azad
(c) Dr Rajendraprasad (d) Jawaharlal Nehru
Answer: (b)

489. The first Muslim to become the President of  Indian National Congress:
(a) Dadabhai Navroji (b) Feroz Shah Mehta
(c) Maulana Azad  (d) Badruddin Thyabji
Answer: (d)

490.During which agitation Gandhiji gave the slogan’ Do or die’?
(a) Salt satyagraha (b) Champaran Satyagraha
(c) Quit India movement (d) Kheda satyagraha
Answer: (c)

491.The famous speech delivered by Jawaharlal Nehru during the moments of
transfer of power in 1947, is known as:
(a) I have a dream (b) Tryst with destiny
(c) History will absolve me (d) None of these
Answer: (b)

492. ‘Project Arrow’ is related to:
(a) Post al system (b) Telecommunication
(c) Railway (d) Newspaper
Answer: (a)

493.The four languages added to the Eighth Schedule recently:
(a) Manipuri, Konkani, Nepali, Santhali
(b) Dogri, Maithili, Konkani, Bodo
(c) Dogri, Maithili, Sindhi, Bodo
(d) Dogri, Maithili, Sindhi, Nepali
Answer: (c)

494.The total number of nominated members in Parliament:
(a) 14        (b) 24     
(c) 12   (d) 17
Answer: (a)

495. The Twelfth Schedule was added to the Constitution was added by......
(a) 74th (b) 75th
(c) 73rd (d) 62nd
Answer: (a)

496. The most the powerful upper house of the Legislature in the world:
(a) American Senate
(b) House of Lords in Britain
(c) Rajya Sabha in India
(d) Duma in Russia
Answer: (a)

497.The birth day of Rajiv Gandhi is observed as:
(a) National youth day (b) Anti-terrorism day
(c) Sadbhavana divas (d) None of these
Answer: (c)

498.The idea of the formation of SAARC was first mooted by:
(a) HM Ershad (b) Yahya Khan
(c) Indira Gandhi (d) Premadasa
Answer: (a)

499.“Man is born free and everywhere he is in chains” this statement is related to:
(a) Rousseau (b) Plato
(c) Dr. Johnson (d) Karl Marx
Answer: (a)

500. Who among the following got Nobel Prize and Oscar?
(a) Walt Disney (b) Winston Churchill
(c) George Bernard Shaw (d) Bertrand Russel
Answer: (c)

501.The smallest river in Kerala:
(a) Mancheswaram (b) Chithari
(c) Kavvayi (d) Neyyar
Answer: (a)

502.The largest hydro-electric project in Kerala:
(a) Peppara (b) Idukki
(c) Kuttyadi (d) Pallivasal
Answer: (b)

503.The Zamorin king who was the exponent of Krishanattom?
(a) Manavikraman (b) Manavedan
(c) Sakthan (d) None of these
Answer: (b)

504.In which district the famous Malayalam poet Ulloor S.Parameswarayyar was born:
(a) Thiruvananthapuram (b) Kottayam
(c) Thrissur (d) Kollam
Answer: (b)

505.The first computerised Taluk office in India:
(a) Thiruvananthapuram (b) Ottappala
(c) Palakkad (d) Nedumangad
Answer: (b)

506. In which subject Malala got Nobel Prize in 2014?
(a) Peace (b)Literature
(c) Economics (d) Chemistry
Answer: (a)

507. Which the constituency is represented by Narendra Modi in Loksabha?
(a) New Delhi (b) Varanasi
(c) Gandhinagar (d) Vadnagar
Answer: (b)

508. The Deputy Speaker of Lok Sabha :
(a) Sumitra Mahajan (b) Meira Kumar
(c)  Nitin Gadkari (d) Thampi Durai
Answer: (d)

509. The prime minister of ____ was the chief guest of the Republic Day
celebrations of 2014?
(a) Kazakhstan (b) Thailand
(c) Jap an (d) Vietnam
Answer: (c)

510. Which the company launched the vehicle ‘Duster ’?
(a)Nissan (b) Ford
(c) Suzuki (d) Renault
Answer: (d)

511. Complete the series: 81,69,58,48,39,……
(a) 22   (b) 30  
(c) 31 (d) 12
Answer: (c)

512. The average age of 29 boys in a class is 14 years.  When the age of the class
teacher is included, the average becomes 15 years.  The age of the class teacher is:
(a) 44 (b) 42
(c) 46 (d) 40
Answer: (a)

513. Select the odd one:
(a) Knife (b) Sword
(c) Hammer (d) Blade
Answer: (c)

514. By selling Oranges at 32 for Rs.10, a man loses 40%. How many oranges
should he sell for Rs.10 if he should gain 20%?
(a) 10 (b) 13
(c) 16 (d) 20
Answer: (c)

515. Find out the wrong term in the series:
(a) 101 (b) 121
(c) 169 (d) 196
Answer: (a)

516. The weight of a dog is 24kg and 1/3 of its weight has been increased in three months. Now the weight is:
(a) 33kg   (b) 36kg  (c) 42kg   (d) 32kg
Answer: (d)

517. Complete the series: Z,U,Q,?,L
(a) I     (b) K   (c) M (d) N
Answer: (d)

518. Five equal squares are placed side by side to make a single rect angle.  The
perimeter of the rect angle so formed is 276cm.  What is the area of the square
(a) 230    (b) 196 (c) 529       (d) 256
Answer: (c)

519. Acting : Theatre : Gambling:?
(a) Casino  (b) Club
(c) Bar (d) Gymn
Answer: (a)

520. A average weight of 8 men increased by 1.5kg when a man weighing 65kg was replaced by a new man.  The weight of the new man is:
(a)  76kg (b) 78kg
(c) 77kg (d) 80kg
Answer: (c)

521. Find the missing number: 3,5,9,17,33,?
(a)  61 (b) 62
(c) 63 (d) 65
Answer: (d)

522. The only number that is the perimeter and area of the same square:
(a) 16       (b) 4  
(c) 80     (d) 20
Answer: (a)

523. If MADRAS is NBESBT then LAHORE will be:
Answer: (a)

524. If all divisors of 128 are arranged in ascending order, the sixth division is:
(a) 16 (b) 32
(c) 64 (d) 128
Answer: (b)

525. You go north, turn right, then right again and then go to the lef t.  In which
direction are you now?
(a) North (b) South
(c) East (d) West
Answer: (c)

526. The least perfect square divisible by 3,4,5,6 and 8 is:
(a)   3600 (b) 2500
(c) 1600 (d) 900
Answer: (a)

527.  An employee the same salary every month. His average income per day will be:
(a) Maximum for the period of January, February, March
(b) Maximum for the period of February, March, April
(c) Maximum for the period of July, August, September
(d) Same for the above three periods
Answer: (b)

528. A  man travels from A  to B at a speed of 60kmph and back of a speed 40kmph. The distance between A and B is 120km.  The average speed of the
journey is (in kmph)
(a) 52 (b) 50
(c) 48 (d) 45
Answer: (c)

529. If FULFNHW is the code for CRICKET, then EULGH is the code for which
Answer: (b)

530. Salary of a person increases by 4% per year.  His present salary is 9360.  What was his salary during last year?
(a) 9250 (b) 9000
(c) 9160 (d) 8750
Answer: (b)

531. Rani says “I am very fine” (Change into indirect speech):
(a) Rani said that she was very fine
(b) Rani says that she was very fine
(c) Rani says that she is very fine
(d) Rani said that she is very fine
Answer: (c)

532. There is a significant statistical difference in the
incidence of rheumatic fever in people with different blood types
(Select the word that is closest in meaning to the underlined):
(a) Severity (b) Range of occurrence
(c) Accidental infection (d) Spread
Answer: (b)

533. The antonym of ‘Lethargy’:
(a) Dull (b) Lifeless
(c) Leather (d) Vigour
Answer: (d)

534. Choose the correctly spelt word:
(a) Metarology (b) Meteorology
(c) Metiorology (d) Metorology
Answer: (b)

535. ‘Donor ’ means:
(a) Banker (b) Money
(c) Giver (d) Doctor
Answer: (c)

536. ….. your breakfast already?
(a) have you had (b) had you
(c) Do you have (d) Has had
Answer: (a)

537. The noun form of ‘arrive’ is:
(a) Arriving (b) Arrived
(c) Arrive (d) Arrival
Answer: (d)

538. He was ….. by the lower court. But acquitted by the High Court:
(a) Condemned (b) Defended
(c) Protected (d) Gained
Answer: (a)

539. If I were a bird, ……
(a) I would have flown away
(b) I would fly away
(c) I will fly away
(d) I will have flown away
Answer: (b)

540. ….. is a doctor who is specialized in cancer treatment:
(a) Oncologist (b) Pathologist
(c) Cardiologist (d) Ophthalmist
Answer: (a)

541. My brother deals …. silver.
(a) with (b) at
(c) in (d) about
Answer: (c)

542. The synonym of ‘Authentic’ is:
(a)Genuine (b) Generous
(c) General (d) Great
Answer: (a)

543. He is …… right man for the job.
(a) a (b) the
(c) an (d) no article
Answer: (b)

544. He goes to school ….. his bicycle.
(a) by (b) on
(c) in (d) between
Answer: (b)

545. The antonym of ‘reward’ is:
(a) Award (b) Forward
(c) Demote (d) Punish
Answer: (d)

546. In which part of the sentence is the mistake ?
A  clemency petition(a)/was sent
(b)/to the president(c)/as a last retort(d)
Answer: (d)

547. Find out the synonym of ‘Synopsis’:
(a) Munificent (b) Superb
(c) Precis (d) Outdo
Answer: (c)

548. I hope you succeed ….. your effort.
(a) in (b) on
(c) from (d) with
Answer: (a)

549. If she had taken a taxi, she …… the station in time.
(a) had reached (b) would reach
(c) would have been reached (d) would have reached
Answer: (d)

550.The synonym of ‘expiry’ is:
(a) Termination (b) Medicine
(c) Pharmacy (d) Medical Store

551. The value of 1.001+1.1001+0.1101 is:
(a) 12.1112 (b) 12.0222
(c) 12.2112 (d)  12.2202
Answer: (c)

552. The value of 3.15 X 0.15 is:
(a) 0.4725 (b) 4.725
(c) 0.4625 (d) 4.625
Answer: (a)

553. 13% of 770:
(a)  100.1 (b) 100.0
(c) 99.1 (d) 101.1
Answer: (a)

554. When the present age of the father is added to the present age of the son, the total is 30. What will be their total age after 10 years?
(a) 60 (b) 50
(c) 40 (d) 35
Answer: (b)

555. Two pipes can fill a tank in 2 hours and 3 hours separately.  If both pipes are opened together the time required to fill the tank is:
(a) 80 min (b) 72 min
(c) 60 min  (d) 48 min
Answer: (b)

556. Two chairs are sold for Rs.80 each one at a gain of 20% and the other at a loss of 20%. The net loss percentage is:
(a) 0(b) 4
(c) 5 (d) 8
Answer: (b)

557. The missing term in the series:2,6,11,17,……,32 is:
(a) 24 (b) 25
(c) 27 (d) 28
Answer: (a)

558. A train of length, 270 metres cross a telegraph post in 18 seconds. The
speed of the train is:
(a) 35kmph (b) 45kmph
(c) 60kmph (d) 54kmph
Answer: (d)

559. How many pieces of 4.5 metres can be cut from a cloth of 112.5 metres of length?
(a) 24 (b) 25
(c) 26 (d) 20
Answer: (b)

560. Magazine is related to the reader in the same way radio is related to:
(a) Viewer (b) Announcer
(c) Listener (d) Advertiser
Answer: (c)

561. Manu runs at 15.6 kmph.  How many metres does he runs in two minutes?
(a) 260 (b) 312
(c) 520 (d) 1040
Answer: (c)

562. Rice: Field:: Grapes:?
(a) Courtyard (b) Garden
(c) Vineyard (d) Lawn
Answer: (c)

563. A bag is priced Rs.80 and is sold for Rs.68.  The rate of discount is:
(a) 20% (b) 17%
(c) 15% (d) 12%
Answer: (c)

564. 20 persons complete a job in 20 days. How many days will 25 men to complete the same job?
(a) 25 (b) 16
(c) 20  (d) 12
Answer: (b)

565. A train travels 42.5 kmph.  How many metres it will travel in 12 minutes?
(a) 85 (b) 850
(c) 8500 (d) 85000
Answer: (c)

566. One kilogram is equal to …… gms:
(a) 1000 milligrams (b) 100 milligrams
(c) 1000 grams (d) 10 centigrams
Answer: (c)

567. The sum of two numbers is 15 and their difference is 3.  The numbers are:
(a)15 and 12 (b) 9 and 6
(c) 10 and 5 (d) 12 and 9
Answer: (b)

568. The next number in the series 1,2,5,10 is:
(a) 15  (b) 21
(c) 17 (d) 20
Answer: (c)

569. A boy buys 3 oranges for Rs.4. How much he will pay for 3 dozen oranges?
(a) Rs.36 (b) Rs.48
(c) Rs.38 (d) Rs.32
Answer: (b)

570. The length of a rectangle is increased by 30% and the width is decreased by 30%. The percentage change in the area of the rectangle is:
(a) 6 (b) 9
(c) 18 (d) 24
Answer: (b)

571. The first peafowl sanctuary in Kerala:
(a) Choolannur (b) Thattekkad
(c) Thenmala (d) Mangalavanam
Answer: (a)

572. .What is known as ‘Railway city of Kerala’?
(a) Kollam (b) Bepur
(c) Shornur (d) Tirur
Answer: (c)

573. Mannadi, the place where Velu Thampy Dalawa committed suicide is in the
district of:
(a) Kollam (b) Pathanamthitta
(c) Alappuzha (d) Ernakulam
Answer: (b)

574. Which European power built the Thalassery fort?
(a) British (b) Dutch
(c) French (d) Portuguese
Answer: (a)

575. Who wrote the song’ Omanathinkal Kidavo’?
(a) Swati Tirunal (b) Irayimman Thampy
(c) Unnayi Varrier (d) Kunchan Nambiar
Answer: (b)

576. The novel ‘Indulekha’ was published in:
(a) 1889 (b) 1894
(c) 1885 (d) 1872
Answer: (a)

577. ‘Jeevitha Samaram’ is the autobiography of:
(a) C Kesavan (b) K P Kesavamenon
(c) Thoppil Bhasi (d) Thakazhi
Answer: (a)

578. The only subject in which organizations are eligible for Nobel Prize:
(a) Peace (b) Economics
(c) Literature (d) Chemistry
Answer: (a)

579. The first Indian to become Miss Universe:
(a) Aishwarya Rai (b) Susmita Sen
(c) Diana Heydan (d) Reita Faria
Answer: (b)

580. The headquarters of International Court of Justice is in Peace Palace in:
(a) Geneva (b) Amsterdam
(c) Hague (d) London
Answer: (c)

581.The leader related to ‘Pravasi Bharatiya Divas’(NRI Day):
(a) Rajiv Gandhi (b) VP Singh
(c) Morarji Desai (d) Gandhiji
Answer: (d)

582. “ Four hostile newspapers are more to be feared than a thousand bayonets” this statement was made by:
(a) Abraham Lincoln (b) Churchill
(c) Napoleon (d) Gandhiji
Answer: (c)

583. Isac Newton who is famous for his discovery of Laws of gravitation and
three laws of motion, was born in:
(a) France (b) Germany
(c) Spain (d) England
Answer: (d)

584. The spiritual guru of Vivekananda:
(a) Ramakrishna Paramahansa
(b) Dayanand Saraswathy
(c) Iswar Chandra Vidhyasagar
(d) Rajaram Mohun Roy
Answer: (a)

585. Who was known as ‘Fuhrer ’?
(a)Mussolini (b) Adolf Hitler
(c) Garibaldi (d) Stalin
Answer: (b)

586. Statue of Tiruvalluvar is the tallest statue in India.  It is in:
(a)Maharashtra (b) Andhra Pradesh
(c) Tamil Nadu (d) Karnataka
Answer: (c)

587. The first Asian city to host Olympics:
(a)Beijing (b) Sydney
(c) Tokyo (d) Bangkok
Answer: (c)

588. Ohmmeter measures:
(a) Potential difference
(b) Electrical resistance
(c) Salinity (d) Humidity
Answer: (b)

589. The colour of the universe:
(a)Black (b) White
(c) Red (d) Blue
Answer: (a)

590. The full form of IBM:
(a) Indian Business Machines
(b) International Business Machines
(c) International Business Management
(d) None of these
Answer: (b)

591. The gas using for filling balloons:
(a) Nitrogen (b) Oxygen
(c) Helium (d) Argon
Answer: (c)

592. The full form of D.D.T.:
(a) Dichlorodiphenyltrichloromethane
(b) Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane
(c) Diphenyldichlorotrichloroethane
Answer: (b)

593.The acid contained in Palm oil:
(a) Palmitic acid (b) Citric acid
(c) Malic acid (d) Lactic acid
Answer: (a)

594. The birthplace of Coffee plant:
(a) India (b) Arabia
(c) Ethiopia (d) Ghana
Answer: (c)

595. Which an animal produces tears without crying?
(a) Elephant (b) Monkey
(c) Donkey (d) Seal
Answer: (d)

596. Which bird lays eggs with dark green colour:
(a) Kiwi (b) Emu
(c) Ostrich (d) Penguin
Answer: (b)

597. The planets without satellite are Mercury and .......
(a) Mars (b) Earth
(c) Venus (d) Neptune
Answer: (c)

598. Brit ain of the South:
(a) Japan (b) New Zealand
(c) Sri Lanka (d) India
Answer: (b)

599. Mettur Dam in Tamil Nadu is in the..... river.
(a) Noyal (b) Amaravati
(c) Tamraparni (d) Kaveri
Answer: (d)

600. Only person to be granted the highest honorary rank of Indian Airforce Marshal of the Air Force:
(a)Manekshaw (b) Kariappa
(c) Arjan Singh (d) None of these
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