February 9, 2012

CMAT GK test 4

1. This disease is caused by the deficiency of protein. Can you identify it from the given options?
a. Goitre b. Kwashiorkar c. Hypokalemia d. Dermatosis
2. We all know very well that the Pacific Ocean is the earth’s largest ocean. Which of the following
represents the percentage area (approximately) of the earth covered by it?
a.     25% b. 35% c. 40% d. 45%
3. This place is the wettest place on earth. Can you identify it from the given options?
a. Mount Waialeale b. Cherapoonji c. Mawsynram d. None of these
4. The number of non-permanent members of the UN Security Council is
a. 5 b. 10 c. 15 d. 20
5. According to the latest population Census, the state with the least population density is
a. Sikkim b. Mizoram
c. Andaman & Nicobar Islands d. Arunachal Pradesh
6. The number of Union Territories in India is
a. 5 b. 6 c. 7 d. 8
7. The maximum duration for which the President’s office can remain vacant is
a. 1 month b. 2 months c. 3 months d. 6 months
8. Which of the following represents the minimum age required to become the member of the Rajya Sabha?
a. 25 years b. 30 years
c. 35 years d. There is no age limit as such
9. Which of the following represents the percentage contribution of the agriculture sector to the Growth Domestic Product of the Indian Economy (approximately)?
a 15% b. 17% c. 21% d. 30%
10. Sakyamuni is another name of
a. Mahavir b. Buddha c. Lord Shiva d. Lord Vishnu
11. The last amendment to the Preamble of the Constitution of India was carried out in the year …
a. 1958 b. 1962 c. 1976 d. 1978
12. Which of the following is NOT a primary activity?
a. Fishing b. Mining c. Agriculture d. Banking
13. How many Bharat Ratna awardees have won the Nobel Prize till date?
a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. 4
14. Who discovered Ultrasound ?
a. Ian Donald b. Roger Bacon c. JP Merril d. Joseph Lister
15. Maltimadhava is the famous creation of which of the following personalities?
a. Kalidas b. Bharat Muni c. Bhavabhuti d. Vishnu Sharma
16. The work for which French Nobleman Baron Pierre de Coubertin is known for, is
a. He was the founder of Scouts movement
b. He was the founder of Amnesty International
c. He was the founder of Red Cross Society
d. He was responsible for the revival of modern Olympic games.
17. Which of the following is NOT a recipient of Bharat Ratna?
a. Aruna Asaf Ali
b. PV Kane
c. DK Karve
d. MGK Menon
18. Which of the following is not matched properly?
a. Dibru Saikhowa Assam
b. Dehang Debang Mizoram
c. Norkek Meghalaya
d. Pachmarhi Madhya Pradesh
19. The first cotton mill of India was set up at…
a. Surat b. Mumbai c. Kanpur d. Ahmedabad
20. Which Indian city is also known as the ‘school capital of India’?
a. Lucknow b. New Delhi c. Dehradun d. Ajmer
21. Reserve Bank of India was nationalized in
a. 1949 b. 1952 c. 1955 d. 1964
22. We all know very well that the largest planet of the solar system is Jupiter. Can you identify the
name of the second largest planet of the solar system?
a.     Earth b. Saturn c. Uranus d. Venus
23. You would find Andes mountain range in
a. North America b. South America c. Europe d. Australia
24. The world’s rarest element on earth is
a. Palladium b. Astatine c. Radium d. None of these
25. Which of the following is the densest planet of the solar system?
a. Earth b. Saturn c. Jupiter d. Mercury
26. Which of the following is NOT based on the banks of river Danube?
a. Vienna b. Belgrade c. Budapest d. Warsaw
27. Which of the following cases highlighted that ‘total reservation in the government jobs cannot exceed
50% of total?
a. T.A. Pai case b. Minerva Mills case
c. Keshvanand Bharti case d. Indira Sawhney case
28. Ngultrum is the name of the currency of
a. Chile b. Bhutan c. Botswana d. Bulgaria
29. International Committee of Red Cross has won the Nobel Peace Prize for record _____times.
a. Three b. Four c. Five d. Six
30. Poise is the unit of
a. pressure b. viscosity
c. luminous intensity d. inductance
31. This personality is credited with the invention of Electro cardiogram (ECG). Can you identify the
personality from the given options?
a. Ian Donald b. A. Laveran
c. Williem Einthoven d. C.Sholes
32. Time Machine is the name of a famous work of
a. Carl Segan b. H.G. Wells c. Alvin Tofler d. Arthur C. Clarke
33. Jakob Von Vexkull was the founder of
a. Booker Prize b. Pulitzer Prize
c. Right Livelihood Award d. Templeton Prize
34. Which of the following chemical elements is used for the bleaching process?
a. Fluorine b. Bromine c. Chlorine d. Xenon
35. Cirrhosis is the disease which affects the
a. brain b. liver c. kidney d. lungs
36. Which of the following is the capital of Ireland?
a. Dublin b. Istanbul c. Amsterdam d. Berne
37. Where would you find the Indian Textile Institute?
a. Surat b. Kanpur c. Pune d. Mysore
38. Which of the following is the least populous union territory of India?
a. Pondicherry b. Lakshadweep
c. Dadra and Nagar Haveli d. Andaman & Nicobar Islands
39. The first Indian state where the President’s rule was imposed in the year 1951 was …
a. Uttar Pradesh b. Rajasthan
c. Punjab d. Orissa
40. Which of the following Indian states has the lowest sex ratio (number of females per thousand
a. West Bengal b. Haryana c. Punjab d. Uttar Pradesh
41. Which of the following is NOT a work of Salman Rushdie?
a. Moor’s Last Sigh b. Midnight’s Children
c. Shalimar The Clown d. The Piano Teacher
42. International Labor Day is celebrated on ___every year.
a. August 1 b. March 1 c. September 1 d. May 1
43. Who wrote Ramayana?
a. Vishwamitra b. Maharishi Valmiki
c. Tulasidas d. None of these
44. Who is credited with the construction of the Grand Trunk road?
a. Tipu Sultan b. Mohammed –bin-Tughlaq
c. Shershah Suri d. Jehangir
45. Which of the following is also known as “ Silicon valley of India”?
a. Hyderabad b. Bangalore c. Chennai d. Noida
46. This personality is also considered as the Father of computers . Can you name him from the given
a. Blaise Pascal b. Alan M. Turing
c. Charles Babbage d. None of these
47. Peace Palace is the official headquarters of
a. WHO b. FAO c. ICJ d. IBRD
48. Find the odd one out.
49. Which of the following is the capital of ‘the land of midnight sun’?
a. Vienna b. Oslo c. Helsinki d. Prague
50. Christiana is the former name of which of the following cities?
a. Copenhagen b. Oslo c. Ottawa d. Berlin
10 b
11 c
12 d
13 d
 14 a
15 c
16 d
17 d
18 b
19 b
20 c
21 a
22 b
23 b
24 b
25 a
26 d
27 d
28 b
29 a
30 b
31 c
32 b
33 c
34 c
35 b
36 a
37 b
38 b
39 c
40 b
41 d
42 d
43 b
44 c
45 b
46 c
47 c
48 d
49 b
50 b