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Graduate Level Questions - 4

Graduate Level Questions and Answers- 4

601.  The Indian State where the Hindu Marriage Act is not applicable is:
(a) Jammu & Kashmir (b) Sikkim
(c) Assam (d) Tamil Nadu
Answer: (a)

602. The source of Indian Philosophy:
(a) Ramayana (b) Upanishads
(c) Rig Veda (d) Yajur Veda
Answer: (b)

603. Who founded the Khilji dynasty?
(a) Balban (b) Alauddin Khilji
(c) Jalaluddin Khilji (d) Iltutmish
Answer: (c)

604. Who coined the slogan ‘Inquilab Zindabad’?
(a)Bhagat Singh (b) Net aji Bose
(c) Aurobindo Ghosh (d) Muhammad Iqbal
Answer: (d)

605. What was the real name of Dayanand Saraswathy?
(a)Mul Sankar (b) Narendranath
(c) Gadhadhar (d) Moniya
Answer: (a)

606. The first session of INC was held in:
(a)1885 (b) 1887
(c) 1889 (d) 1890
Answer: (a)

607. The parliament of...... is known as the ‘mother of all parliaments’:
(a)USA (b) India
(c) Britain (d) Greece
Answer: (c)

608. Who among the following is the authority to issue ordinances?
(a) Prime Minister (b) Speaker
(c) Supreme Court (d) President
Answer: (d)

609. The number of states formed in 1956 under the State Reorganisation Act:
(a) 20 (b) 22
(c) 28 (d) 14
Answer: (d)

610. Which Article of the Constitution is related to amendment procedure?
(a) 268 (b) 386
(c) 368 (d) 383
Answer: (c)

611. Which Act passed by the British Parliament divided India and Pakistan?
(a) Indian Independence Act, 1947
(b) Govt. of India Act, 1935
(c) Govt. of India Act, 1947
(d) Atlee’s declaration
Answer: (a)

612. The first chairman of the National Human Rights Commission:
(a) A.S. Anand (b) Venkitachelliah
(c) Ranganath Mishra (d) None of these
Answer: (c)

613. Maxim Gorky who authored ‘Mother’ was a ........writer:
(a) Italian (b) Spanish
(c) French (d) Russian
Answer: (d)

614. The Austrian woman who was married by Subhas Chandra Bose:
(a) Madelein Slade (b) Emile Shenkel
(c) Bhikaji Kama (d) None of these
Answer: (b)

615. ‘Bridgestone’ is related to:
(a) Scooter (b) Cement
(c) Tyres (d) Shoes
Answer: (c)

616. The place where Rajiv Gandhi was assassinated:
(a) New Delhi (b) Amethi
(c) Sriperumputhur (d) Chennai
Answer: (c)

617. Who was the president of India during the celebration of the 50th year of
The Republic of India?
(a) Shankar Dayal Sharma (b) APJ Abdul Kalam
(c) KR Narayanan (d) R Venkataraman
Answer: (c)

618. Servants of India Society was founded by Gopal Krishna Gokhale in:
(a) 1900 (b) 1905
(c) 1906 (d) 1907
Answer: (b)

619. An Irish woman Margaret Noble became the disciple of ....... and adopted the name Sister Nivedita.
(a) Vivekananda (b) Gandhiji
(c) Aurobindo Ghosh (d) Dayanand Saraswathy
Answer: (a)

620. Who authored ‘In search of Gandhi”?
(a) Louis Fischer (b) R.K.Narayan
(c) Richard Attenborough (d) None of these
Answer: (c)

621. Arabs under Muhammad Bin Qasim made the first Muslim invasion on India in the year:
(a) 721 (b) 712
(c) 788 (d) 1000
Answer: (b)

622. The greatest ruler in the history of Maratha Empire:
(a) Shambhaji (b) Shivaji
(c) Sahu (d) Balaji Viswanath
Answer: (b)

623. Revenue Minister of Akbar was:
(a) Todarmal (b) Asaf Khan
(c) Birbal (d) Man Singh
Answer: (a)

624. Who was the greatest king of Vardhana dynasty?
(a) Prabhakaravardhana (b) Harshavardhana
(c) Rajyavardhana (d) None of these
Answer: (b)

625. Jatra is folk dance drama popular in the villages of:
(a) West Bengal (b) Assam
(c) Tamil Nadu (d) Gujarat

626.The largest African country:
(a) Congo (b) Algeria
(c) Sudan (d) South Africa
Answer: (b)

627. The Minister for Revenue in Kerala:
(a) KM Mani
(b) Adoor Prakash
(c) Thiruvanchoor Radhakrishnan
(d) K B Ganeshkumar
Answer: (b)

628. The national heritage animal of India:
(a) Lion (b) Tiger
(c) River Dolphin (d) Elephant
Answer: (d)

629. The co-laureate of Nobel Peace Prize with Malala:
(a) Kailash Satyarthi (b) Aruna Roy
(c) Aravind Kejriwal (d) None of these
Answer: (a)

630. The new Lok Sabha Speaker of India:
(a) Rajnath Singh (b) Thampi Durai
(c) Meirakumar (d) Sumitra Mahajan
Answer: (d)

631. How …….. is it since you left your house?
(a) far (b) long
(c) many (d) much
Answer: (b)

632. Last year my father …….. a computer from England.
(a) purchase (b) bring
(c) brought (d) send
Answer: (c)

633. Mohan has visited all the cities in Kerala since he …… working in the road
(a) had (b) has been
(c) having (d) had been
Answer: (b)

634. The word ‘able’ is an:
(a)Adverb (b) Adjective
(c) Article (d) Apostrophe
Answer: (b)

635. The teacher asks the boy, …….?
(a)why you are late (b) why you were late
(c) why were you late (d) why are you late
Answer: (d)

636. Pick out the incorrect singular-plural group among the following?
(a)Child-Children (b) Storey-Stories
(c) Mouse-Mice (d) Wolf-Wolves
Answer: (b)

637. I believe, you are just eighteen years old, ……?
(a) don’t you (b) are you
(c) aren’t you (d) didn’t you
Answer: (c)

638. The two brothers shared the apple …… them.
(a)by (b) between
(c) for (d) with
Answer: (b)

639. The one word substitute for one who studies rivers is:
(a)Diluvialist (b) Speleologist
(c) Potamologist (d) Orologist
Answer: (c)

640. My uncle always …….. to my request.
(a)response (b) responds
(c) react (d) recognize
Answer: (b)

641. The students stood up when the teacher ……. the classroom:
(a)enters (b) is entering
(c) has entered (d) entered
Answer: (d)

642. Select the word with correct spelling:
(a)Tableou (b) Tableau
(c) Tablo (d) Teblo
Answer: (b)

643. ‘Crush’ means:
(a)Subdue (b) Grind
(c) Execute (d) Crowd
Answer: (b)

644. ‘To read between the lines’ means:
(a) To suspect
(b) To read carefully
(c) To understand the hidden meaning of the writer
(d) to do useless things
Answer: (c)

645. The thief jumped ……. the compound wall.
(a) on (b) of
(c) at (d) over
Answer: (d)

646. My purse has been missing ……. yesterday.
(a)till (b) from
(c) on (d) since
Answer: (d)

647. ‘Fable’ means:
(a) Invention (b) Table
(c) Tale (d) Epic
Answer: (c)

648. She was so badly injured that she needed …… care in the hospital.
(a)Extensive (b) Little
(c) Medical (d) Intensive
Answer: (d)

649. Good teachers usually ……. Bright pupils in their studies.
(a)Enthrall (b) Encourage
(c) Engage (d) Encroach
Answer: (b)

650.All differences between nations and persons ……. amicably.
(a)should be settled (b) settle
(c) are settling (d) were settling
Answer: (a)

651. The study of fruits:
(a) Sitology                    (b) Dendrology
(c) Trichology               (d) Pomology
Answer: (d)

652. Which is known as ‘Chinese Apple’?
(a) Orange                        (b) Pomegranate
(c) Guava                          (d) Lychee
Answer: (a)

653. Brass is an alloy of Copper and ......
(a) Zinc                                (b) Tin
(c) Nickel                             (d) Iron
Answer: (a)

654. Aqua regia is a mixture of Hydrochloric acid and ........
(a) Formic acid                     (b) Lactic acid
(c) Nitric acid                        (d) Sulphuric acid
Answer: (c)

655. Who discovered Diesel engine?
(a) Gottileb Daimler              (b) Chrystler
(c) Karl Benz                            (d) Rudolf Diesel
Answer: (d)

656. WINDOWS is a:
(a) Operating system                (b) Hardware
(c) Virus                                     (d) None of these
Answer: (a)

657. The velocity of wind is measured by:
(a)Altimeter                              (b) Windwane
(c) Audiometer                        (d) Anemometer
Answer: (d)

658. The year of the  battle of Waterloo in which Napoleon was defeated and
(a) 1821                                         (b) 1812
(c) 1815                                          (d) 1825
Answer: (c)

659. In which sport a trophy is named after former India’s Foreign Secretary, Sir
Mortimer Durand?
(a) Football                                     (b) Cricket
(c) Chess                                         (d) Hockey
Answer: (a)

660. The first Indian woman athlete to reach the finals of Olympics:
(a) Shyni Wilson                             (b) PT Usha
(c) Mary D’souza                            (d) Neelima Ghosh
Answer: (b)

661. Sister Nivedita (Margaret Noble) was the disciple of:
(a) Aurobindo Ghosh(b) Gandhiji
(c) Vivekananda (d) None of these
Answer: (c)

662. The nationality of Marco Polo:
(a) Portugal (b) Italy
(c) France (d) England
Answer: (b)

663. The first European to sail around Cape of Good Hope:
(a) Vasco da Gama (b) Cabral
(c) James Cook (d) Bartholomew Diaz
Answer: (d)

664.The greatest ruler of the Vijayanagar empire:
(a) Harihara (b) Bukka
(c) Devaraya (d) Krishanadeva Raya
Answer: (d)

665.“ England is a nation of shop keepers.” this comment was made by:
(a) Napoleon (b) Hitler
(c) Mussolini (d) Louis XIV
Answer: (a)

666. National Tourism Day:
(a) September 27 (b) September 26
(c) January 25 (d) January 26
Answer: (c)

667. The first Indian to become the chairman of the Human Rights Committee of UNO:
(a) I.K.Gujral (b) Shashi Tarur
(c) K.N.Dixit (d) P.N.Bhagavati
Answer: (d)

668.The headquarters of Amnesty International (AI):
(a) London (b) Geneva
(c) Brussels (d) Gland
Answer: (a)

669. Dronacharya Award is related to:
(a)Journalism (b) Science
(c) Sports (d) Cinema
Answer: (c)

670. Which is known as ‘Alternative Nobel’?
(a) Wolf Prize (b) Lasker Award
(c) Right Livelihood Award (d) Oscar
Answer: (c)

671. Which traditional art form is related to Pulluvar?
(a) Sarpam Thullal (b) Ottal Thullal
(c) Arjuna Nrityam (d) Padayani
Answer: (a)

672. The first European fort in India was built at
(a) Thalassery (b) Kochi
(c) Kannur (d) Palakkad
Answer: (b)

673. Hill station in Thiruvananthapuram district:
(a) Peerumedu (b) Ponmudi
(c) Charalkunnu (d) Jadayupara
Answer: (b)

674. Who led ‘Pattini Jadha’ or Starvation March?
(a) EMS (b) K Kelappan
(c) P Krishana Pillai (d) AK Gopalan
Answer: (d)

675. The first state in India where Article 356 of the Constitution was invoked is Kerala. It was on:
(a) 1959 April 16 (b) 1959 June 12
(c) 1959 July 31 (d) None of these

676. The first Chief Justice of India:
(a) Hiralal J Kania (b) MH Kania
(c) YV Chandrachud (d) KN Singh
Answer: (a)

677. Part VI of the Constitution is applicable to all states except:
(a) Sikkim (b) Assam
(c) Punjab  (d) Jammu & Kashmir
Answer: (d)

678. The strength of the Vidhan Parishad cannot be less than:
(a)40      (b) 60
(c) 30   (d) 50
Answer: (a)

679. Lao Tse, the founder of Taoism belonged to:
(a) China (b) Jap an
(c) Nepal (d) Mongolia
Answer: (a)

680. Who is the originator of Penny postal system?
(a) Graham Bell (b) Edison
(c) Rowland Hill (d) Thoullier
Answer: (c)

681. The trade name ‘BSA’ is related to:
(a) Bicycles (b) Shoes
(c) Bulbs (d) Television
Answer: (a)

682. The rank of Kerala in terms of population in India as per 2011 census.
(a) 12   (b) 21  
(c) 18   (d) None of these
Answer: (a)

683. The Portuguese defeated Kunhali IV in AD:
(a) 1450   (b) 1500 
(c) 1700 (d) 1600
Answer: (d)

684. Who was the minister in charge of the portfolio of Labour in the first EMS ministry?
(a) TV Thomas (b) KC George
(c) TA Majeed (d) KR Gowri
Answer: (a)

685. The chief minister of Kerala who ruled for the longest period:
(a) K.Karunakaran (b) EMS
(c) EK Nayanar (d) AK Antony
Answer: (c)

686. The district which is the largest producer of spices in Kerala:
(a) Idukki  (b) Kollam
(c) Ernakulam (d) Kannur
Answer: (a)

687. The river flows through silent valley:
(a) Pamba (b) Chaliyar
(c) Kunthippuzha (d) Bharatappuzha
Answer: (c)

688. Chambakkulam boat race is held in ......
(a) Pamba river (b) Punnamada lake
(c) Ashatamudi lake (d) Vembanad lake
Answer: (a)

689. Who was the first secretary of K.P.C.C?
(a) K.Kelappan (b) K.Madhavan Nair
(c) K.P.Kesavamenon  (d) Kuroor Nampoothirippad
Answer: ()

690. The four founder leaders of Communist Party in Kerala were P.Krishna Pilla, K Damodaran, NC Sekhar and ......
(a)EMS (b) AKG
(c) MN Govindan Nair (d) KPR Gopalan
Answer: (a)

691. The largest national park in  Kerala:
(a) Silent Valley (b) Mathiketan Chola
(c) Pampadumchola (d) Iravikulam
Answer: (d)

692. The youngest to become the President of India:
(a) Rajendraprasad (b) Dr.Radhakrishnan
(c) Sanjiva Reddy (d) None of these
Answer: (c)

693. Cripp’ s Mission visited India in:
(a) 1941   (b) 1942 (c) 1943  (d) 1944
Answer: ()

694. Who founded Theosophical Society in United States in 1875?
(a) Annie Besant (b) Madam Blavatsky
(c) Colonel HS Olcott (d) Both (b) and (c)
Answer: (d)

695. Who said ‘Give me blood, I shall give you freedom’?
(a) Net aji Bose (b) Gandhiji
(c) Nehru (d) Sardar Patel
Answer: (a)

696. Gandhiji was assassinated on:
(a) 30th January 1947 (b) 31th January 1948
(c) 30th January 1948 (d) None of these
Answer: (c)

697. Who was the Governor General when Sati was prohibited?
(a) William Bentick (b) Charles Metcalfe
(c) Auckland (d) Hardinge I
Answer: (a)

698. The year of Battle of Haldighati in which Mughal forces under Raja Man Singh defeated Rana Pratap:
(a) 1582  (b) 1571
(c) 1582  (d) 1576
Answer: (d)

699. The first Sikh Guru:
(a) Guru Nanak (b) Guru Angad
(c) Guru Arjun (d) Guru Har Rai
Answer: (a)

700. Who authored ‘Saundarananda’ and ‘Buddhacharita’?
(a) Banabhatta (b) Vasumitra
(c) Aswaghosha (d) Bharata
Answer: (c)

701. Alexander invaded India in the year:
(a) 327-326 BC (b) 516 BC
(c) 72BC (d) AD 58
Answer: (a)

702. Who is regarded as the founder of Theravada Buddhism, a sect of Hinayana Buddhism?
(a) Nagarjuna  (b) Mogaliputt a Tissa
(c) Upagupta (d) Vasumitra
Answer: (b)

703. Which of the following Vedas is a collection of spells and incantations?
(a) Atharva Veda (b) Yajur Veda
(c) Rig Veda (d) Sama Veda
Answer: (a)

704. Father of Indian Archaeology:
(a) John Marshall (b) Alexander Cunningham
(c) RD Bannerjee (d) Daya Ram Sahni
Answer: (b)

705. Arakan Yoma is an extension of the Himalayas located in:
(a) Baluchistan (b) Nepal
(c) Kashmir (d) Myanmar
Answer: (d)

706. With which country has India the longest border:
(a) Pakist an (b) China
(c) Bangladesh (d) Myanmar
Answer: (c)

707. Chandigarh is known as:
(a) Pensioner ’s paradise (b) Beautiful city
(c) Hitec city (d) Pink city
Answer: (b)

708. Which river is known as the ‘Sorrow of Bengal’?
(a) Ganga (b) Hugely
(c) Damodar (d) Bhagirathi
Answer: (c)

709. Where is Meenakshi temple?
(a) Kollur (b) Madurai
(c) Tanjavur (d) Kanchipuram
Answer: (b)

710. Bikaner Camel, the festival is held in the state o f:
(a) Gujarat (b) Rajasthan
(c) Andhra Pradesh (d) Madhya Pradesh
Answer: (b)

711. State Bank of India was formerly known as:
(a) Federal Bank (b) Imperial Bank
(c) Union Bank (d) Colonial Bank
Answer: (b)

712. The foreign intelligence agency of India, RAW (Research and Analysis Wing) was est abolished in:
(a) 1963    (b) 1968   
(c) 1969   (d) 1948
Answer: (b)

713.Central Building Research Institute is located at:
(a) New Delhi (b) Bangalore
(c) Roorkie (d) Pilani
Answer: (c)

714. The first modern university in India was established in:
(a) New Delhi (b) Kolkata
(c) Karachi (d) Chennai
Answer: (b)

715. Formosa is now known as:
(a) Indonesia (b) Taiwan
(c) Cambodia (d) Vietnam
Answer: (b)

716. Mexico is not the birthplace of:
(a) Dahlia   (b) Vanilla
 (c) Papaya  (d) All of these
Answer: (d)

717. In which continent is ‘Sentinel range’?
(a) Africa (b) Australia
(c) North America (d) Antarctica
Answer: (d)

718. Which gland is known as Adam’s apple?
(a) Pituitary   (b) Penial
(c) Thymus  (d) Thyroid
Answer: (d)

719. Which is a water-soluble vitamin?
(a) A      (b) D     
(c) C      (d) K
Answer: (c)

720. Who is the father of the Theory of the Inheritance of  Acquired Characters?
(a) Lamarche (b) De Vries
(c) Darwin (d) Johanson
Answer: (a)

721. Which is the useful part of Grampoo?
(a) Flower   (b) Bud   
(c) Fruit    (d) Seed
Answer: (b)

722. What is known as ‘Green Vitriol’?
(a) Copper Sulphate (b) Zinc Sulphate
(c) Ferrous Sulphate (d) Zinc Phosphide
Answer: (c)

723. Sidanaphil Citrate is also known as:
(a) Viagra   (b) Hypo  
(c) Teflon    (d) Alum
Answer: (a)

724. The first to synthesise urea artificially:
(a) Frederic Banting (b) Frederic Wohler
(c) Michael Faraday (d) None of these
Answer: (b)

725. Visible part of sun:
(a) Hydrosphere (b) Photosphere
(c) Ionosphere (d) Troposphere
Answer: (b)

726. 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)

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

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

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

730. 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)

731. The first woman chief minister of an Indian state:
(a) Sarojini Naidu (b) Vijayalekshmi Pandit
(c) Suchet a Krip alani (d) None of these
Answer: (c)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

742. Beryllium aluminium silicate is known as:
(a) Alum   (b) Top az
(c) Ruby  (d) Emerald
Answer: (d)

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

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

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

746. Morphin is obtained from......
(a) Poppy   (b) V inca 
(c) Rauwolfia  (d) Neem
Answer: (a)

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

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

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

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

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

752. 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)

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

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

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

756. 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)

757. 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)

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

759. 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)

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

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

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

763. 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)

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

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

766. Punnapra-Vayalar agit ation was in:
(a) 1945   (b) 1946  
(c) 1947  (d) 1948
Answer: (b)

767. Rajyasamacharam was published from:
(a) Kott a y a m (b) Kochi
(c) Kozhikode (d) Thalassery
Answer: (d)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

776. Beaufort scale is used to measure the intensity of:
(a) Earthquakes (b) Wind
(c) Tsunami (d) Volcanic eruption
Answer: (b)

777. The study of motion:
(a) Acoustics (b) Cryogenics
(c) Optics (d) Dynamics
Answer: (d)

778. The frequency of electricity used for domestic purpose:
(a) 100 Hz (b) 230 Hz
(c) 50 Hz (d) 250Hz
Answer: (c)

779. Which is added to petrol in cold countries to avoid freezing?
(a) Ethylene Glycol (b) Tetra Ethyl Lead
(c) Ethyl Mercapton (d) Benzene
Answer: (a)

780. Sodium Citrate is used as a ........:
(a) Fuel (b) Explosive
(c) Food preservative (d) Pigment
Answer: (c)

781. Plant ash contains:
(a) Calcium (b) Potassium
(c) Silver (d) Tin
Answer: (b)

782. The native place of Cactus:
(a) Australia (b) China
(c) Africa (d) America
Answer: (d)

783. Which is also known as ‘Paper flower’?
(a) Dahlia (b) Sunflower
(c) Bogainvilla (d) Rose
Answer: (c)

784. The pollen grains in plants are produced in.......
(a) Anther (b) Carpel
(c) Ovary (d) Ovule
Answer: (a)

785. The excretory organ of Insects:
(a) Book lung (b) Nephredia
(c) Kidney (d) Malpighian Tube
Answer: (d)

786. Arsphenamine, also known as Salvarsan and 606, is a drug that uses against:
(a) Syphilis (b) Cancer
(c) AIDS (d) Tuberculosis
Answer: (a)

787. Trypanosomiasis is caused by:
(a) Fungus (b) Virus
(c) Protozoa (d) Bacteria
Answer: (c)

788. The largest of the gulf coutries:
(a) Bahrain (b) Saudi Arabia
(c) Iran (d) Iraq
Answer: (b)

789. Mount Communism is in:
(a) Uzbekistan (b) Kazakhstan
(c) Turkmenistan (d) Tajikistan
Answer: (d)

790. The head of the Church of England:
(a) Monarch (b) Prime Minister
(c) Archbishop of Canterbury (d) Pope
Answer: (c)

791. In which category of winds does cyclone fall?
(a) Trade winds (b) Periodic winds
(c) Local winds (d) Variable winds
Answer: (d)

792. Lepchas are the tribal people in:
(a) Sikkim (b) Andamans
(c) Tamil Nadu (d) Orissa
Answer: (a)

793.  ‘The Pearl Harbour of India’:
(a) Tuticorin (b) Chennai
(c) Mumbai (d) Surat
Answer: (a)

794. The second-largest Union Territory in India, in terms of area:
(a) Andaman and Nicobar (b) Delhi
(c) Pondicherry (d) Chandigarh
Answer: (b)

795. In which state is the Dhuvaran Thermal Power station is located?
(a) M.P. (b) Maharashtra
(c) Gujarat (d) A.P.
Answer: (c)

796. The Chalukya king who defeated Harsha:
(a) Pulikesin I (b) Pulikesin II
(c) Dantidurgan (d) None of these
Answer: (b)

797. The most famous Indo-Bactrian ruler:
(a) Milinda (b) Kanishka
(c) Vasudeva (d) Kadphises
Answer: (a)

798. Which one of the following is not regarded as the source of Mauryan history?
(a) Indica (b) Arthasasthra
(c) Mudrarakshasam (d) Raghuvamsam
Answer: (d)

799. Who was known as ‘Lakh Baksh’ (Giver of Lakhs)?
(a) Qutubddin Aibek (b) Balban
(c) Razia (d) Kaiqubad
Answer: (a)

800. Who invited Babur to invade India?
(a) Ibrahimm Lodi (b) Daulat Khan Lodi
(c) Hamid Khan (d) None of these
Answer: (b)
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