RRB ALP 2018 Practice Test Papers | General Knowledge (Day-49)

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  1. Which of the following Governor introduced the doctrine of lapse policy?
  1. Lord Canning
  2. Lord Mayo
  3. Lord Dalhousie
  4. Lord Dufferin
  1. Who is the author of “Poverty and Un-British Rule in India”?
  1. Dayanandsaraswati
  2. DababhaiNaoroji
  3. Gopal Krishna Gokhale
  4. B R AAmbedkar
  1. In which year, Gandhi elected as President of Indian National Congress?
  1. 1920
  2. 1922
  3. 1924
  4. 1926
  1. UstadBinda Khan is literally known for his which of the music instrument?
  1. Sitar
  2. santoor
  3. Sarangi
  4. SurbAhar
  1. Nautanki dance form is from which of the Following state?
  1. Uttar Pradesh
  2. Karnataka
  3. Gujarat
  4. Punjab
  1. Which Gupta ruler was founded the Nalanda University?
  1. Chandragupta I
  2. KumaraGupta
  3. Chandragupta II
  4. Samudragupta
  1. Project Tiger took place in which of the year?
  1. 1972
  2. 1973
  3. 1974
  4. 1975

8.Which constitutional amendment act that conferredDelhi as national capital territory of India?

  1. 69th Amendment Act of 1991
  2. 42nd amendment Act of 1976
  3. 65thAmendmentAct of 1990
  4. 66thAmendmentAct of 1990

9.What is the theme of World No Tobacco Day 2018?

  1. Get Ready for Plain Packaging
  2. Stop illicit trade of tobacco products
  3. Tobacco – a threat to development
  4. Tobacco and heart disease

10. Which of the following as known as parrot of India?
a. Amir Khusrau
b. ZiauddinBarani
c. Firoz Shah
d. Alberuni

Answers:

1.Answer: C

The doctrine of lapse was an annexation policy applied by the Lord Dalhousie in India before 1858. However, it was articulated by the Court of Directors of the East India Company as early as 1834 and several smaller states were already annexed under this doctrine before Dalhousie took over the post of Governor-General.

2.Answer: B

DadabhaiNaoroji, known as the Grand Old Man of India, was a Parsi intellectual, educator, cotton trader, and an early Indian political and social leader. … His book Poverty and Un-British Rule in India brought attention to the draining of India’s wealth into Britain.

3.Answer: C

Gandhi elected as President of Indian National Congress in 1924 at Belgaum session.

4.Answer: C

UstadBundu Khan was a sarangi player during the first half of the 20th century.

5.Answer: A

Nautanki is one of the most popular folk operatic theater performance forms of Uttar Pradesh. Before the advent of Bollywood (the Hindi film industry), Nautanki was the biggest entertainment medium in the villages and towns of northern India.

6.Answer:  B

The Nalanda University was founded by Gupta emperor Kumargupta I. He adopted the title of Mahendraditya.

7.Answer: B
Project Tiger is a tiger conservation programme launched in 1973 by the Government of India during Prime Minister Indira Gandhi’s tenure. The project aims at ensuring a viable population of Bengal tigers in their natural habitats, protecting them from extinction, and preserving areas of biological importance as a natural heritage forever represented as close as possible the diversity of ecosystems across the tiger’s distribution in the country.

8.Answer: A

Article 239AA of the Indian Constitution, enacted as per 69th Amendment Act of 1991, confers special previsions for National Capital Territory of Delhi. It will be administered by Lieutenant Governor.

9.Answer: D

Every year, on 31 May, World Health Organization and partners mark World No Tobacco Day (WNTD).  The theme of World No Tobacco Day 2018 is “Tobacco and heart disease.”

10. Answer: A
Amir Khusrau is one of those historical figures credited with all manner of inventions, inspirations and the beginning of many movements and trends.  Most famously, he is identified in the South Asian popular imagination, as the spiritual father of Indian (in the non-geographic sense of the word) music.  His admirers and exponents claim that he invented the sitar and tabla.  That he created new forms of music including qawwali, tarana and even the classical khyal.

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