Exam Paper SSC CGL 2017 : Held on 17-08-2017 General Awareness (Shift-3)

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Exam Paper SSC CGL 2017 : Held on 17-08-2017 (Shift-3)


(General Awareness)


QID : 226 - In a market system, the central problems regarding how much and what to produce are solved through the coordination of economic activities brought about by ________ signals.

Options:

1) Supply 
2) Demand
3) Price
4) Stock Market

Correct Answer: Price

QID : 227 - _________ says that the marginal product of a factor input initially rises with its employment level. But after reaching a certain level of employment, it starts falling.

Options:

1) Law of diminishing marginal product
2) Law of variable proportions
3) The Short Run
4) The Long Run

Correct Answer: Law of variable proportions

QID : 228 - Constituent Assembly of India was founded in the year ________.

Options:

1) 1940
2) 1946
3) 1947
4) 1950

Correct Answer: 1946

QID : 229 - Which Fundamental Right in the Indian Constitution allows citizens to move the court if they believe that any of their Fundamental Rights have been violated by the State?

Options:

1) Cultural and Educational Rights
2) Right to Constitutional Remedies
3) Right against Exploitation
4) Right to Freedom of Religion

Correct Answer: Right to Constitutional Remedies

QID : 230 - During their rule the British persuaded or forced cultivators in Punjab to grow __________.

Options:

1) Jute 
2) Tea
3) Sugarcane
4) Wheat

Correct Answer: Wheat

QID : 231 - The Red fort in Delhi was the residence of emperors of which dynasty in the 16th century?

Options:

1) Rajput
2) Khalji
3) Tughluq
4) Mughal

Correct Answer: Mughal

QID : 232 - India has a land boundary of about _________ km.

Options:

1) 5200
2) 10200
3) 15200
4) 20200

Correct Answer: 15200

QID : 233 - The Patkai hills belong to which mountain ranges?

Options:

1) Himachal
2) Purvanchal 
3) Himgiri
4) Hindu Kush

Correct Answer: Purvanchal

QID : 234 - RBCs are formed in the ____________ in the adults.

Options:

1) blue bone marrow
2) red bone marrow
3) white bone marrow
4) black bone marrow

Correct Answer: red bone marrow

QID : 235 - The later (second) formed primary xylem elements are called _____________.

Options:

1) Protoxylem
2) Metaxylem
3) Xylem parenchyma
4) Xylem fibres

Correct Answer: Metaxylem

QID : 236 - Which of the following does not hold true for Animal belonging to Phylum Chordate?

Options:

1) Notochord present
2) Pharynx perforated by gill slits.
3) Heart is dorsal (if present)
4) A post-anal part (tail) is present

Correct Answer: Heart is dorsal (if present)

QID : 237 - In science a push or pull of an object is called ________.

Options:

1) Pick
2) Lift
3) Force
4) Shut

Correct Answer: Force

QID : 238 - There are how many vocal cords in the human voice box?

Options:

1) One
2) Two
3) Three
4) Four

Correct Answer: Two

QID : 239 - The attribute ___________ specifies (in pixels) the distance between two adjacent cells.

Options:

1) Width
2) Height
3) Cellpadding
4) Cellspacing

Correct Answer: Cellspacing

QID : 240 - What is the name of the acid in an ant's sting?

Options:

1) Acetic acid
2) Citric acid
3) Formic acid
4) Lactic acid

Correct Answer: Formic acid

QID : 241 - Which base is present in soap?

Options:

1) Sodium hydroxide
2) Silicon dioxide
3) Calcium hydroxide
4) Ammonium hydroxide

Correct Answer: Sodium hydroxide

QID : 242 - Any undesirable change in physical, chemical or biological characteristics of air, land, water or soil is called?

Options:

1) Greenhouse effect
2) Solid wastes
3) Pollution
4) Deforestation

Correct Answer: Pollution

QID : 243 - ______________ scheme was launched by the Central Government to create awareness about the cleanliness of the children.

Options:

1) Sukanya Samridhi Yojana
2) Bal Swachta Mission
3) Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana
4) Beti Bachao Beti Padhao Yojana

Correct Answer: Bal Swachta Mission

QID : 244 - Who discovered the colour photography?

Options:

1) Robert Noyce
2) Enrico Fermi
3) John Logie Baird
4) James Clerk Maxwell

Correct Answer: James Clerk Maxwell

QID : 245 - Who was the host nation of 2014 FIFA World Cup?

Options:

1) Argentina
2) Netherlands
3) Germany
4) Brazil

Correct Answer: Brazil

QID : 246 - Jama Masjid of Delhi was built by?

Options:

1) Akbar
2) Humayun 
3) Babar
4) Shah Jahan

Correct Answer: Shah Jahan

QID : 247 - Which of the following won the Oscars 2017 Best Picture?

Options:

1) La La Land
2) Moonlight
3) Arrival
4) Fences

Correct Answer: Moonlight

QID : 248 - Which of the statements given below are correct?

1. The author of the novel 'Half of a Yellow Sun' is Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.
2. The author of the novel 'Middlesex' is Jeffrey Eugenides.
3. The author of the novel 'Missile Gap' is China Mieville.

Options:

1) 1 and 2
2) 2 and 3
3) 1 and 3
4) 1, 2 and 3

Correct Answer: 1 and 2

QID : 249 - Which company acquired LinkedIn For $26.2 Billion?

Options:

1) Apple
2) Facebook
3) Microsoft
4) IBM

Correct Answer: Microsoft

QID : 250 - Which of the following rivers flows from India to Pakistan?

Options:

1) Satluj
2) Ghaghra
3) Betwa
4) Tapi

Correct Answer: Satluj

Poll

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