Subject

General Awareness

Class

SSCCGL Class 12

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36.

Which sanctuary in India is famous for Rhinoceros and in which state is it located?

  • Gir, Gujarat

  • Kaziranga, Assam

  • Ranthambore, Rajasthan

  • Ranthambore, Rajasthan


B.

Kaziranga, Assam

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43.

Three crops that contribute maximum to global food grain production are ...............

  • wheat, rice, barley

  • rice, maize, sorghum

  • wheat, maize, sorghum

  • wheat, maize, sorghum


D.

wheat, maize, sorghum

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41.

A fresh egg when placed in salt water will

  • sink and go to the bottom

  • sink but will not go to the bottom

  • float

  • float


C.

float

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44.

Which of the following is a tertiary activity?

  • Farming

  • Manufacturing

  • Dairying

  • Dairying


D.

Dairying

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37.

'Davis Cup' is associated with the game of

  • Cricket

  • Lawn Tennis

  • Badminton

  • Badminton


B.

Lawn Tennis

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38.

Charles Darwin, the famous evolutionist, proposed his theory in which one of his books?

  • The families of flowering plant

  • The origin of species

  • The life on earth

  • The life on earth


B.

The origin of species

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39.

'Green Banking' means

  • Banks financing agriculture

  • Banks financing irrigation projects

  • Banks financing farmers

  • Banks financing farmers


D.

Banks financing farmers

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40.

Who was the first Indian Governor General of Independent India?

  • Rajendra Prasad

  • C.Rajagopalachari

  • A.Kriplani

  • A.Kriplani


B.

C.Rajagopalachari

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45.

The compound used in prickly-heat powder to prevent excessive sweating is

  • Boric acid

  • Phosphoric acid

  • Carbonic acid

  • Carbonic acid


A.

Boric acid

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42.

A genetically engineered form of brinjal known as the BT-brinjal has been developed. The objective of this is 

  • to make it pest resistant

  • to improve its taste and nutritive value

  • to make it drought resistant

  • to make it drought resistant


A.

to make it pest resistant

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