SSC CGL 2018 Practice Test Papers | General Knowledge (Day-23)

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SSC CGL 2018 | General Knowledge (Day-23)

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1) Which of the following is not an algae?

a) Blue Algae

b) Green Algae

c) Red Algae

d) Brown Algae

2) “Dakshineshwar” is related with?

a)Vivekanand

b)RamkrishnaParamhans

c)Dayanand

d)DevendraNath Tagore

3) Manjira is a tributary of which of thefollowing river?

a) Krishna

b) Godavari

c) Kaveri

d) Mahanadi

4) Protector of fundamental Rights given to citizens under Indian Constitution, is_____________

a) The Parliament

b) The Preamble of Indian Constitution

c) The Supreme Court

d) None of these

5) Which of the following has no mass?

a) Alpha Radiations

b) Beta Radiations

c) Gamma Radiations

d) Cosmic Radiations

6) Weathered rock fragments that accumulate at the base of a slope are called_________

a) Till

b) Scree

c) Moraine

d) Alluvium

7) Renal Calculi is _____________

a) Basic functional unit of kidney

b) Inflammation in kidney

c) Stone in kidney

d) A vein carrying blood from the kidney

8) Which of  the following thermometers is preferred for measuring temperature around 1250°C?

a) Mercury thermometer

b) Constant volume gas thermometer

c) Optical pyrometer

d) Platinum resistance thermometer

9) What is the full form of INTERPOL?

a) International Criminal Police Organization

b) International Political Organization

c) International Association of Police Officers

d) International Private Land Organization

10) Amount collected from Cess goes to __________

a) Public Account

b) Consolidated fund of India

c) Contingency Fund

d) None of these

Answers :

1). Answer: a)

Blue-green algae or Cyanobacteria are microscopic cells that grownaturally in Australian fresh and saltwaters. They are a type of bacteria,but in some ways act like plants byusing sunlight to manufacturecarbohydrates from carbon dioxide andwater, a process known as

photosynthesis. In doing so, they release oxygen. They grow in dams, rivers, creeks, reservoirs, lakes and even hot springs.

2). Answer: b)

“Dakshineshwar” is related with RamKrishnaParamhans. He was the mentor of Swami Vivekananda. This place is located in Kolkata.

3). Answer: b )

The Manjra also spelled Manjeera,Manjiira is a tributary of the river Godavari. It passes through the states of Maharashtra, Karnataka and Telangana.

4). Answer: c)

An aggrieved citizen can directly approach the Supreme Court (Article32(1)) in case his Fundamental Rights are violated. Article 32(2) of the IndianConstitution empowers the Hon’ble

Supreme Court (of India) to issue directions or orders or writs, including writs in the nature of habeas corpus,mandamus, prohibition, quowarrantoand certiorari, whichever may be appropriate, for the enforcement of any of the rights of citizen. Article 32 is called the heartand soul of Indian Constitution.

5). Answer: c)

6). Answer: a)

Weathered rock fragments that accumulate at the base of a slope are called Till.

7). Answer: c)

A kidney stone, also known as, a renal calculus or nephrolith, is a solid piece of material which is formed in the kidneys from minerals in urine.

8). Answer: c)

9). Answer: a)

The International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL) is a law enforcement organization that coordinates investigations made by the police forces of member countries into crimes with an international dimension.

10). Answer: b)

All the taxes collected by the government usually go into the Consolidated Fund of India (CFI) which can be spent on any legitimate activity. But the collections from a cess are required to be kept outside of the CFI to be spent only on the specific purpose for which it was levied.

 

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