Thursday, May 23, 2019

SSC CGL Previous Year Questions solve

SSC CGL 2017 Previous Years General Awarness Solved Questions Part -2

SSC CGL previous year general awarness question

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SSC CGL August 2017, Shift - 1


Q: The ..........curve represents the demand of all consumers in the market taken together at different levels of the price of the goods. — market demand
Q: The market structure called monopoly exists where there is exactly ........seller in any market. — One
Q: In which year was Communist Party of India -Marxist (CPI-M) founded? — 1964
Q: Which Fundamental Right in the Indian Constitution prohibits trafficking, forced labour, and children working under 14 years of age? — Right against Exploitation
Q: In 1528, __________ defeated the Rajputs at Chanderi. — Babur
Q: Land covers about ______ of the earth's surface. — 30%
Q: The uppermost layer over the earth's surface is called the……….. — Crust
Q: The scientific name of human being is? — Homo Sapiens
Q: In a majority of flowering plants, out of the four megaspores, what is the ratio of functional and degenerate megaspores? — 1:3
Q: The body of all complex animals consist of only _______ basic types of tissue(s). — 4
Q: Meter in a vehicle that calculates distance covered by the vehicle is called……….. — Odometer
Q: What is the SI unit of pressure? — Pascal
Q: ______ Disk Encryption is a technology (hardware or software) where data is encrypted before storage. — Whole
Q: Oxide of which of the following will turn red litmus blue? — Magnesium
Q: Which of the following are highly compressible? — Gas
Q: ___________ gases absorb long wave (infrared) radiation from the earth and emit it again towards the earth. — Greenhouse
Q: In April 2017, Chief Minister Amarinder Singh banned inclusion of names of Ministers and MLA's on Plaques and Foundation Stones in which state? — Punjab
Q: Who Invented bluetooth? — Dr. Jaap Haartsen
Q: Who Was The Winner of 2015 Men's Cricket World Cup? — Australia
Q: Rukmini Devi Arundale was a reputed dancer and choreographer in which form of dancing? — Bharatnatyam
Q: Who won the 2017 Pulitzer Prize for Drama 'Sweat'? — Lynn Nottage
Q: As per World Health Organization, a pilot program testing the first ever malaria vaccine will begin in ________ in the year 2018. — Africa
Q: Bhutan does not share its border with which Indian state? — Meghalaya

SSC CGL 06 August 2017, Shift - 3


Q: For a price taking firm, average revenue is ......... market price. — equal to
Q: The study of individual markets of demand and supply in which the 'players', or the decision makers, were also individuals (buyers or sellers, even — Microeconomics
Q: In which year was Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) founded? — 1999
Q: Which Fundamental Right in the Indian Constitution states that every person has the right to practice, profess and propagate the religion of their — Right to Freedom of Religion
Q: In 1917, Mahatma Gandhi organised a satyagraha to support the peasants of the Kheda district of ……….. — Gujarat
Q: Which queen of the Kakatiya dynasty ruled over Warangal, part of modern Andhra Pradesh? — Rudramadevi
Q: On the basis of distribution, resources can be classified into ____________? — Ubiquitous resources
Q: Uranium found in Ladakh is an example of which type of resource? — Potential resources
Q: Which is the longest bone in human body? — Femur
Q: Opposite the micropylar end, is the __________, representing the basal part of the ovule. — chalaza
Q: In unicellular organisms, all functions like digestion, respiration and reproduction are performed by a how many cell(s)? —  1
Q: Reflection from a smooth surface like that of a mirror is called ___________ reflection. — regular
Q: What is the unit of resistance? — ohm
Q: Which of the following is not among the three different forms of 'if' statement? —  if…and
Q: PET is a very familiar form of ______. It is used for making bottles. — Polyester
Q: Which of the following gases is heavier than oxygen? — Carbon dioxide
Q: In April 2017, Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated phase-I (Link-2) pipeline canal of the ambitious Saurashtra Narmada Avtaran Irrigation — Gujarat
Q: Who Invented the vacuum pump? — Otto von Guericke
Q: Who Was The Winner of 2017 Australian Grand Prix? — Sebastian Vettel
Q: Sanchi Stupa was built by? — Ashoka
Q: Who won the Best Actress in a Leading Role in 62nd Filmfare Awards 2017? — Alia Bhatt
Q: In which city was Ariana Grande performing in when her concert was hit by a terrorist attack in May 2017? — Manchester
Q: The Indian State of Sikkim does not share a border with which neighbouring country? — Bangladesh

SSC CGL 08 August 2017, Shift - 1


Q: Which one of the following is a component of Food Security System? — Buffer stock
Q: What is the accepted average Calorie requirement for rural area in India? — 2400
Q: Whose recommendation is mandatory to impeach the President of India from his office before the completion of his/her term? — The two houses of the parliament
Q: How Many Types of writ are there in the Indian Constitution? — 5
Q: Who Has built the Vijay Stambha (Tower of Victory) in Chittorgarh? — Rana Kumbha
Q: Who Raised the slogan "Swaraj is my birthright and I shall have it"? — Bal Gangadhar Tilak
Q: Which Indian state is the largest in terms of the total area covered ? — Rajasthan
Q: Which Indian state has the longest Coastline? — Gujarat
Q: Axillary bud develops into which of the following part of the plant? — Branch
Q: Xylem helps in transportation of which of the following? — Water
Q: Who Proposed five kingdom classification? — R. H. Whittaker
Q: What is the other name of Galileo's law of falling bodies? — Newton's first law
Q: Which device is best suited for measuring the temperature inside metallurgical furnaces? — Pyrometer
Q: What is the full form of 'LAN'? — Local Area Network
Q: Which acid is released when an Ant bites? — Formic Acid
Q: Which among the following is an example of solid sol? — Coloured gemstones
Q: Which metal is responsible for Itai-Itai disease? — Cadmium
Q: 'Vikalp' is a scheme launched by Indian Railways to help waitlisted passengers. Which of the following is NOT true about this scheme? — Confirmed berths in alternate trains.
Q: Who Discovered the Cholera causing germ? — Filippo Pacini
Q: 'Hunar Haat' an exhibition to exhibit and promote the arts and artisans from minority community was launched at which of the following events? — IITF, New Delhi, 2016
Q: Which movie won the award for the best movie at the Oscar Awards 2017? — Moonlight
Q: Who is the author of the book titled 'Citizen and Society'? — Hamid Ansari
Q: With which country India has recently signed a MoU for Water Conservation in India? — Israel
Q: Which among the following neighbouring country of India is the largest producer of Opium in the World? — Afghanistan


Friday, May 17, 2019

GENERAL AWARENESS NOTES PART - 1

General Awareness previous year questions for SSC CGL 2018

Ssc cgl 2018, RRB, General Awareness

Hello friends, in this post i am starting a series on General Awareness previous year questions for SSC CGL 2018. HOPE it will help you in the Exam.

SSC CGL Question asked on 05 August 2017, Shift - 1

Q: At which rate, Reserve Bank of India borrows money from commercial banks? — Reverse Repo Rate

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

International Awards and prizes

International Awards and prizes notes for RRB and SSC Exams


In this post we will learn about the important International Awards and Prizes that can ask in upcoming RRB and SSC Exams.

The Ramon Magsaysay Award

International Awards and Prizes, Ramon Magsaysay Award

It is considered as the Asia’s Nobel prize. The Ramon Magsaysay award was established in April, 1957. This award was created to commemorate Ramon Magsaysay, the late president of Philippines.

Tuesday, May 7, 2019

ATOMIC STRUCTURE NOTES FOR RRB AND SSC EXAMS

What is Atomic Structure ?

Atimic Structure notes for upcoming government exams


John Dalton, in the early nineteenth century gave his atomic theory. This theory has undergoes several changes owing to new discoveries. According to the modern atomic theory-atoms consists of electron, proton and neutron.

Saturday, April 27, 2019

Plant and Animal Tissues

Biology Notes on Plant and Animal Tissues


Plant and Animal Tissues biology notes for rrb ntpc, ssc and group d exam

Tissue is a group of structurally similar cells performing a specific function.eg- blood, muscles, xylem, phloem, etc.
     Branch of Biology which deals with the study of tissues is known as Histology.