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Monday, March 19, 2012

GK for Bank PO (General Knowledge Quiz - 126)

1. Which of the following gases will effuse out of football bladder most quickly?
[A]He
[B]H2
[C]N2
[D]O2



2. Which of the following alkali metals has highest specific heat?
[A]Caesium
[B]Rubidium
[C]Potassium
[D]Lithium



3. In which of the following substances all the Civil carbon atoms are quaternary in nature?
[A]Graphite
[B]Diamond
[C]Teflon
[D]Naphthalene



4. Which of the following is a natural dye?
[A]Crystal violet
[B]Aniline blue
[C]Alizarin
[D]Phenolphthalein



5. Match List—I (Newspapers) with List-II (Country) and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists— List-I List-II (Newspapers) (Country)
(a) Al. Ahram 1. Moscow
(b) Izvestia 2. New York
(c) The Daily News 3. Beijing
(d) People’s Daily 4. Cairo
Code: abcd
[A]2 1 3 4
[B]4 1 2 3
[C]3 2 1 4
[D]4 1 3 2



6. Ryder Cup is related with which sports?
[A]Football
[B]Golf
[C]Badminton
[D]Cricket



7. Which one of the following currencies has the highest value in terms of rupee?
[A]Pound
[B]Dollar
[C]Euro
[D]Saudi Rial



8. Global warming is mainly due to accumulation of—
[A]Oxides of Nitrogen
[B]Oxides of Sulphur
[C]Carbon dioxide
[D]Carbon Monoxide



9. Which is abundant in Gobar gas?
[A]Carbon dioxide
[B]Methane
[C]Oxygen
[D]Hydrogen



10. Which metal was first used by the Vedic people?
[A]Silver
[B]Iron
[C]Gold
[D]Copper



11. Who amidst the following eminent Indian journalists was conferred the Magsaysay Award?
[A]Frank Moraes
[B]Khushwant Singh
[C]Arun Shourie
[D]Girilal Jam



12. Tropical grassland of Brazil is called—
[A]Campos
[B]Pampas
[C]Prairies
[D]Savannah



13. The soil conservation method in which mountain slopes is cut into step is?
[A]Contour ploughing
[B]Cover planting
[C]Strip cropping
[D]Terracing



14. Basaltic lava is found in the—
[A]Deccan Trap
[B]Himalayas
[C]Indo-Gangetic Plain
[D]North-Eastern Hills



15. Mediterranean type of climate is characterized by—
[A]Dry summer and wet winter
[B]Wet summer and dry winter
[C]Dry summer and dry winter
[D]Wet summer and wet winter



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