1) The International Monetary Fund has its headquarters in-
  (A) Vienna
  (B) Brussels
  (C) Jakarta
  (D) Washington, DC

2) Raja Ravi Varma is famous in the field of-
   (A) Music
   (B) Literature
   (C) Dance
   (D) Painting

3) Which of the following union ministries have jointly launched a new scheme “SAATHI”?
 (A) Ministries of Finance and Railways
 (B) Ministries of Power and Science & Technology
 (C) Ministries of Power and Textiles
 (D) Ministries of Minority Affairs and Human Resource Development

4) . Which of the following shortcut keys is used to open the START menu in Windows OS?
 (A) Alt + Enter
 (B) Alt + F4
 (C) Ctrl + Shift + Esc
 (D) Ctrl + Esc

5) James Watt is associated with the invention of-
 (A) Computer
 (B) Steam engine
 (C) Mobile phone
 (D) Helicopter

6) "Etikoppaka toys", which have been given the Geographical Indication Registry (GIR) tag, originates from-
 (A) Maharashtra
(B) Andhra Pradesh
 (C) Kerala
 (D) Tamil Nadu

7) When is the "National Milk Day" observed in India?
 (A) 8th November
 (B) 26th November
 (C) 11th December
 (D) 15th December

8) The splitting of white light into its component colours is known as-
 (A) Reflection
 (B) Refraction
 (C) Dispersion
 (D) Transmission

9) "World Food Day" is observed on-
 (A) 16th October
 (B) 18th October
 (C) 21st October
 (D) 28th October

10) The Azad Hind Fauj which was led by Subhas Chandra Bose was set up in-
 (A) Japan
 (B) Singapore
 (C) Malaysia
 (D) India

11) How many stomachs does an ostrich have?
 (A) 1
 (B) 2
 (C) 3
 (D) 4

12)  Patkai mountain range is located in the __________ part of India.
 (A) South-eastern
 (B) Western
 (C) Southern
 (D) North-eastern

13) Halloween is celebrated every year on-
 (A) 29th September
 (B) 31st October
 (C) 3rd November
 (D) 1st December

14) Who among the following is popularly known as the "Nightingale of India"?
 (A) Lata Mangeshkar
 (B) Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit
 (C) Sarojini Naidu
 (D) Asha Bhosle

15) Virupaksha Temple, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is dedicated to the deity-
 (A) Ganesh
 (B) Krishna
 (C) Shiva
 (D) Vishnu

16) “Yeshasvini Cooperative Health Care” scheme was launched for _______ in Karnataka.
 (A) Farmers
 (B) Children
 (C) Women
 (D) Senior Citizen

17) Which of the following Articles of the Constitution describes India as a Union of States?
 (A) Article 1
 (B) Article 2
 (C) Article 3
 (D) Article 4

18) Andre Kirk Agassi is a retired professional tennis player of _______________.
 (A) Australia
 (B) Spain
 (C) France
 (D) USA

19) India’s first ever mobile food testing laboratory has been launched in _______ in December 2017.
 (A) Goa
 (B) West Bengal
 (C) Assam
 (D) Karnataka

20) Who among the following has built the world’s first practical automobile to be powered by an internal-combustion engine?
 (A) Karl Benz
 (B) Henry Ford
 (C) Henry Austin
 (D) Rudolf Diesel

22) The waves generated during earthquake are known as-
 (A) Sinusoidal waves
 (B) Cosine waves
 (C) Seismic waves
 (D) Constituent waves

23) Who is the author of the book “Age of Anger: A History of the Present”?
 (A) Milan Vaishnav
 (B) Nabaneeta Dev Sen
 (C) Shashi Tharoor
 (D) Pankaj Mishra

24)  Vijayawada is located on the banks of the river-
 (A) Cauvery
 (B) Brahmaputra
 (C) Krishna
 (D) Tapti

25) Cormorant belongs to the family of-
 (A) Deers
 (B) Aquatic birds
 (C) Butterflies
 (D) Fishes

26) In which of the following fields is the Man Booker Prize award given?
 (A) Economics
 (B) English literature
 (C) Sanskrit literature
 (D) Mathematics

27) Which is the highest mountain peak in India?
 (A) Kanchenjunga
 (B) Anamudi
 (C) Nanda Devi
 (D) Kamet

28) Hangul is the state animal of-
 (A) Gujarat
 (B) Haryana
 (C) Jammu and Kashmir
 (D) Karnataka

29) With which sport is the Subroto Cup associated?
 (A) Basketball
 (B) Football
 (C) Volleyball
 (D) Cricket

30) Java Trench, also called Sunda Double Trench, is a deep submarine depression in the-
 (A) Pacific Ocean
 (B) Arctic Ocean
 (C) Antarctic Ocean
 (D) Indian Ocean

31) Crude birth rate is the number of live births per _______ people each year.
 (A) 10
 (B) 100
 (C) 1000
 (D) 10000

32) _________ is one among the three scientists who won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2017.
 (A) Richard Henderson
 (B) Kip Thorne
 (C) Richard Thaler
 (D) Michael W. Young

33) Banwarilal Purohit is the present Governor of-
 (A) Tamil Nadu
 (B) Maharashtra
 (C) Karnataka
 (D) None of these

34) On which of the following river banks is Jammu situated?
 (A) Rapti
 (B) Tawi
 (C) Tungabhadra
 (D) Mahanadi

35) Which country has hosted the Global Conference on Consumer Protection in October 2017?
 (A) China
 (B) India
 (C) South Korea
 (D) Bangladesh
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