RRB GK, GI, Current affairs 15 Questions with Answers Set 6

RRB GK, GI, Current affairs 15 Questions with Answers Set 6

Hare 50 Questions are given on English,GK, GI, Current affairs. Solve this set to get updated for RRB Recruitment.

Directions (Q. 1 – 4): Choose the most suitable alternative to fill in the blank.

  1. Do not take leave ………. me, I will be left alone.

(a) by

(b) of

(c) off

(d) from

Answer: 1. b

  1. The city was kept ………. night curfew for several days.

(a) on

(b) at

(c) under

(d) over

Answer: 2. c

  1. Give ………. answer to this question.

(a) an

(b) a

(c) the

(d) None of these

Answer: 3. a

  1. Always attend ………. what your teachers say.

(a) on

(b) to

(c) over

(d) for

Answer: 4. b

Directions (Q. 5 – 8): Find out the part which has an error in the following sentences.

If there is no error, the answer is ((d).

  1. Twice twelve ((a)/ makes ((b)/twenty four. ((c)/ No error ((d)

Answer: 5. b

  1. A physiologist in the last century demonstrated ((a)/ that puppies will die ((b)/ if kept awake for more than five days. ((c)/ No error ((d)

Answer: 6. b

  1. It is unfortunate that ((a)/ many youngesters get ((b)/ addicted to gamble. ((c)/ No error ((d)

Answer: 7. c

  1. I have seen ((a)/ that film last year, ((b)/ but I do not remember its story. ((c)/ No error ((d)

Answer: 8. a

Directions (Q. 9 – 12): Choose the correctly spelt word.

  1. (a) Equannimity (b) Equinimity (c) Equanimity (d) Equanimmity

Answer: 9. c

  1. (a) Draut (b) Drout (c) Drougt (d) Drought

Answer: 10. d

  1. (a) Fabullous (b) Fablous (c) Fabulous (d) Fabuleous

Answer: 11. c

  1. (a) Uttrance (b) Utterance (c) Uterance (d) Utrance

Answer: 12. b

Directions (Q. 13 – 15): Choose the alternative which is most opposite in meaning of the word given in capitals.

  1. NIMBLE

(a) Clumsy

(b) Fool

(c) Egoist

(d) Snob

Answer: 13. a

  1. ACCLAMATION

(a) Denunciation

(b) Suppression

(c) Termination

(d) Applause

Answer: 4. a

  1. AMBIGUOUS

(a) Obscure

(b) Secular

(c) Explicit

(d) Equivocate

Answer: 15. c

  1. Which organisation collects data for the unorganised sector?

(a) NSSO

(b) CSO

(c) ASI

(d) RBI

Answer: 16. a

  1. In which country, financial legislation is introduced in the upper house of the legislature?

(a) Australia

(b) France

(c) Japan

(d) Germany

Answer: 17. c

  1. The Secretary General of UNO is appointed by

(a) The General Assembly

(b) The Security Council

(c) The International Court of Justice

(d) The General Assembly on the recommendations of the Security Council.

Answer: 18. a

  1. How many fundamental duties are included in Indian Constitution?

(a) Nine

(b) Ten

(c) Eleven

(d) Twelve

Answer: 19. b

  1. The Vice – President of India is also the

(a) Speaker of Lok – sabha

(b) Ex – officio chairman of Rajya – sabha

(c) Head of the State

(d) Head of the Government

Answer: 20. b

  1. Through which educational report Calcutta University came into existence?

(a) Macaulay’s Minute

(b) Hunter Commission

(c) Charter Act

(d) Wood’s Despatch

Answer: 21. d

  1. The languages used to write source materials in ancient time was

(a) Sanskrit

(b) Pali

(c) Brahmi

(d) Kharosthi

Answer: 22. a

  1. ‘Ain – i – Akbari’ has been authored by

(a) Abul fazal

(b) Al Baruni

(c) Ferishta

(d) Amir Khusro

Answer: 23. a

  1. Black forests are found in

(a) France

(b) Germany

(c) Czechoslovakia

(d) Rumania

Answer: 24. a

  1. Which of the following awards is instituted by the UNESCO?

(a) Nehru Award for international understanding

(b) Kalinga Prize

(c) Arjuna Award

(d) Nobel Prize

Answer: 25. b

  1. The concept of ‘survival of the fittest’ was first advocated by

(a) Oparin

(b) Darwin

(c) Spencer

(d) Haeckel

Answer: 26. b

  1. Deficiency of vitamin D in children causes

(a) Beri – beri

(b) Pellogra

(c) Rickets

(d) Scurvy

Answer: 27. c

  1. In man, the normal number of chromosomes is

(a) 42

(b) 44

(c) 46

(d) 48

Answer: 28. c

  1. Sour taste of ‘Coca – Cola’ is due to the presence of

(a) acetic acid

(b) phosphoric acid

(c) hydrochloric acid

(d) formic acid

Answer: 29. a

  1. Green house effect is caused by

(a) Nitrogen

(b) Carbon dioxide

(c) Carbon monoxide

(d) Nitrogen dioxide

Answer: 30. b

  1. The official Mascot of the Melbourne Common Wealth Games held in March 2006 was

(a) Kangaro

(b) Ostrich

(c) South – Eastern Red -Tailed Black – Cockatoo named karak

(d) Peacock

Answer: 31. c

  1. The First Guinness Book of World Records appeared in the year

(a) 1950

(b) 1954

(c) 1960

(d) 1963

Answer: 32. b

  1. Who was the first test centurion in Indian Cricket?

(a) Vinu Manked

(b) C.K. Naidu

(c) Lala Amarnath

(d) Mansur Ali Pataudi

Answer: 33. c

  1. Buddhism made an important impact by allowing two sections of society into its fold. There were

(a) Merchants and priests

(b) Money lenders and slaves

(c) Warriors and Traders

(d) Women and Sudras

Answer: 34. d

  1. There are sets of English, Mathematics and Science books containing 336, 240, 96 books respectively have to be stacked in such a way that all the books are stored subject-wise and the height of each stack is the same. Total number of stacks will be-

(a) 14

(b) 21

(c) 22

(d) 48

Answer: 35. a

  1. The ratio of incomes of A and B is 5 : 6. If A gets Rs.1100 less than B their total income (in rupees) is-

(a) 9900

(b) 12100

(c) 14400

(d) 10000

Answer: 36. b

  1. If a : b : c = 2 : 3 : 4 and 2a – 3b + 4c = 33, then the value of c is

(a) 6

(b) 9

(c) 12

(d) 66/7

Answer: 37. c

  1. The ratio of the number of boys and girls in a school is 3 : 2. If 20% of the boys and 30% of the girls are scholarship holders, then the percentage of students, who do not get scholarship, is

(a) 50

(b) 72

(c) 75

(d) 76

Answer: 38. d

  1. The length of a rectangle is increased by 10% and breadth decreased by 10%. Then the area of the new rectangle is

(a) neither decreased nor increased

(b) increased by 1%

(c) decreased by 1%

(d) decreased by 10%

Answer: 39. c

  1. Out of seven given numbers, the average of the first four numbers is 4 and that of the last four numbers is also 4. If the average of all the seven numbers is 3, fourth number is

(a) 3

(b) 4

(c) 7

(d) 11

Answer: 40. c

  1. 64329 is divided by a certain number. While dividing the numbers 175, 114 and 213 appear as three successive remainders. The divisor is-

(a) 184

(b) 224

(c) 234

(d) 296

Answer: 41. c

  1. A 2 – digit number is 3 times the sum of its digits. If 45 is added to the number, its digits are interchanged. The sum of digits of the number is-

(a) 11

(b) 9

(c) 7

(d) 5

Answer: 42. b

  1. After measuring 120 m of a rope, it was discovered that the measuring metre rod was there centimetres longer. The true length of the rope measured is

(a) 121 m 20 cm

(b) 123 m 60 cm

(c) 123 m

(d) 116 m 40 cm

Answer: 43. b

  1. In an examination, 60% of the candidates passed in English and 70% of the candidates passed in Mathematics, but 20% failed in both of these subjects. If 2500 candidates passed in both the subjects, the number of candidates that appeared at the examination was-

(a) 3000

(b) 3500

(c) 4000

(d) 5000

Answer: 44. d

  1. The speed of a motor – boat is that of the current of water as 30 : 5. The boat goes along with the current in 5 h 10 min. It will come back in-

(a) 5 h 50 min

(b) 6 h

(c) 6 h 50 min

(d) 12 h 10 min

Answer: 45. c

  1. In an innings of a cricket match, three players Dhawan, Raydu and Kartic scored a total of 361 runs. If the ratio of the number of runs scored by Dhawan to that scored by Raydu and also number of runs scored by Raydu to that scored by be 3 : 2. The number of runs scored by Dhawan was-

(a) 171

(b) 181

(c) 185

(d) 161

Answer: 46. a

  1. Rs.395 are divided among Ritesh, B and C in such a manner that B gets 25 percent more than A and 20 percent more than C. The share of A will be-

(a) Rs.195

(b) Rs.180

(c) Rs.98

(d) Rs.120

Answer: 47. D

Directions (Q. 48 – 50): Following questions are based one codes. Indicate correct answer for each question.

  1. If A = 2, B = 3 and C = 4 and so on, what is the word given by the code?

17, 20, 26, 4, 9, 16, 13, 16, 8, 26

(a) GEOLOGY

(b) PSYCHOLOGY

(c) PHYSIOLOGY

(d) MICROBIOLOGY

Answer: 48. b

  1. If KUMAR is given the code number 64, what is the code of KUMARI?

(a) 65

(b) 69

(c) 73

(d) 74

Answer: 49. c

  1. If ROHINI is coded as INIHOR, then AGNI could be written as

(a) IGNA

(b) INGA

(c) NIAG

(d) NIGA

Answer: 50. a