Sunday, 28 February 2016

SSC CGL Question Paper (Tier 1) 2014 - General Awareness - Part 3

SSC CGL Question Paper (Tier 1) 2014

General Awareness Quiz



Part 1   Part 2  Part 3

Q1: The sleeping sickness is caused by

(a) Neisseria
(b) Entamoeba
(c) Trypanosoma
(d) Escherichia


Q2: Haemolymph is observed in

(a) Echinoderms
(b) Ascaris
(c) Annelids
(d) Arthropods


Q3: The virus without capsid but only with nucleic acids is called

(a) Nucleoid
(b) Prion
(c) Virion
(d) Capsomere


Q4: The immunity cause by B-lymphocytes is called

(a) Acquired immunity
(b) Cellular immunity
(c) Humoral immunity
(d) Sterile immunity


Q5: Which of the following forests grows in waterlogged areas?

(a) Evergreen
(b) Deciduous
(c) Coniferous
(d) Mangrove


Friday, 26 February 2016

Current Affairs - Dec 2015-Jan 2016 (Q & A)

Current Affairs Quiz

Current Affairs Quiz - November 2015 (Q and A)

Dec 2015-Jan 2016 (Q & A)


Q1: Who was conferred as the Test Cricketer of the Year in ICC 2014-15 awards?

Q2: Which day is celebrated as National Mathematics Day?

Q3: Which day is celebrated as Good Governance Day?

Q4: Who was appointed as the Chairman of the Competition Commission of India (CCI) on January 8, 2016?

Q5: Who was elected as the President of Indian Science Congress (2016-17)?

Q6: Who was appointed as CEO of Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI)?

Q7: Who won DSC Prize for South Asian Literature?

Saturday, 20 February 2016

SSC CGL Question Paper (Tier 1) 2014 - General Awareness - Part 2

SSC CGL Question Paper (Tier 1) 2014

General Awareness Quiz


SSC CGL Question Paper (Tier 1) 2014 - General Awareness - Part 1

Part 1 Part 2 Part 3


Q1: Which of the following is a merit of the Presidential form of Government?

(a) It safeguards the liberty of the people
(b) It ensures speedy execution of policies
(c) The fixed tenure of the executive gives it a great sense of stability
(d) all of these



Q2: The two chambers of the Swiss Federal Assembly are called

(a) Senate and House of Representatives
(b) House of Lords and House of Commons
(c) National Council and Council of States
(d) None of the above



Q3: Sufi movement originally started from

(a) Delhi
(b) Lahore
(c) Kabul
(d) Persia


Q4: Humayun was driven out of Hindustan in 1540 AD after the battle of

(a) Dourah
(b) Surajgarh
(c) Kanauj
(d) Chausa




Q5: Poly metallic nodules (also called manganese nodules)  are found in concentrations

(a) in deep ocean beds
(b) on lake beds
(c) in beach sands
(d) on continental shelves

Tuesday, 16 February 2016

SSC CGL Question Paper (Tier 1) 2014 - General Awareness - Part 1

SSC CGL Question Paper (Tier 1) 2014


SSC CGL Question Paper (Tier 1) 2014 - General Awareness - Part 1

Part 1 Part 2 Part 3

General Awareness MCQs


1. Name the Italian traveller who visited the Vijaynagar Empire in 1402 AD

(a) Edoardo Barbosa
(b) Nicole de Conti
(c) Abdur Razzag
(d) Domingos Paes



2. Which one of the following dynasties established an independent rule in Bijapur?

(a) Nizam Shahi
(b) Qtub Shahi
(c) Adil Shahi
(d) Imad Shahi


3. The word ‘Oikonomia’ means

(a) Individual Management
(b) Political Management
(c) Fiscal Management
(d) Household Management



4. The word ‘Economics’ is taken from which language?

(a) Greek
(b) German
(c) English
(d) French


5. The famous economist Thomas Robert Malthus, in his views regarding population, is

(a) pessimistic
(b) partly optimistic and partly pessimistic
(c) optimistic
(d) none of the above

Friday, 5 February 2016

SSC-CGL (Tier 1) Examination 2014 Q Paper (General Intelligence) - Part - 3

General Intelligence

SSC-CGL (Tier 1) Examination 2014 Q Paper (General Intelligence) - Part-2

MCQs from SSC-CGL (Tier 1) Examination 2014 Q Paper


Q1: There are five friends - Sachin, Kamal, Mohan, Arun and Ram. Sachin is shorter than Kamal, but taller than Ram. Mohan is the tallest. Arun is a little shorter than Kamal, and a little taller than Sachin. Who is the second tallest?
  1. Sachin
  2. Kamal
  3. Arun
  4. Ram

Q2: A is brother of B, B is daughter of C and D is the father of A. Then how is C related to D?
  1. Wife
  2. Grand daughter
  3. Grand Father
  4. Husband


Q3: In a certain code 'CHARACTER' is written as '241612376' and 'CHILDREN' is written as '24859670', then how can 'HIRALAL' be written in the same code?
  1. 4861515
  2. 4685151
  3. 4685511
  4. 4861551


Q4: Given below are capital letters in the first line and symbols in the second line. Symbols and letters are codes for each other. Choose the correct code for the given letters.
A C E G H I O N P R T S B D M
+ - / x = ( ) [ ] != || # | > <

BEAST

  1. | / x # ||
  2. | / + # ||
  3. | / + != =
  4. | / + != ||


Q5: In an examination, 78% of the total students who appeared were successful. If the total number of failures was 176 and 34% got first class, then how many students got first class?
  1. 112
  2. 210
  3. 254
  4. 272