(All Shifts) RRB NTPC Stage 2 16 January to 30 January 2021 Asked GK Questions in English

By | February 2, 2021

In this article, you will get general knowledge (Computer, Science, Current Affairs, GK) questions asked in all the shifts in the second phase of RRB NTPC (16 Jan to 30th January 2021). All these questions are based on memory and our team has received examinations from the candidates.

Hello friends, as you know that Railways is conducting NTPC exams online and so far RRB has completed two phases of its online exams. Now further, the online examination will be conducted in at least three phases to complete the CBT-1 examination of all 1.25 crore candidates.

One of the biggest problems of online examination is that the exam paper cannot be taken together. Due to which it is a little difficult to guess the paper for the upcoming stages.

This problem can be solved with “Asked Questions“. Our team has published “Asked GK Questions” in both languages as per the exam date in the first and second phase and all the PDFs are also available in both English and Hindi.

30 January 2021 RRB NTPC Morning Shift Questions

Q. 1 Which state started the ” Green Mahanadi Mission”?
Ans. Odisha

Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik recently launched the ‘Green Mahanadi Mission’, a plantation drive under which five crore saplings will be planted in the Mahanadi river basin. Patnaik launched the Mission at Boudh during his visit to western Odisha.

Q. 2 When was the “All-India Muslim League” established?
Ans. 1906

The All-India Muslim League was a political party established in 1906.

Q. 3 What is the ” ZnSO4″ called?
Ans. White vitriol”.

Zinc sulfate is also obtained as a hexahydrate, ZnSO4. 6H2O, and as a heptahydrate ZnSO4. 7H2O. All forms are soluble in water. Zinc sulfate is the inorganic compound with the formula ZnSO4 and historically known as “white vitriol”.

RRB NTPC 2nd Phase all shifts aksed gk questions

Q. 4 What is “Kilimanjaro” in Africa?
Ans. A dormant volcano Mountain

Mount Kilimanjaro is a dormant volcano in Tanzania. It has three volcanic cones: Kibo, Mawenzi and Shira. It is the highest mountain in Africa and the highest single free-standing mountain in the world: 5,895 metres above sea level and about 4,900 metres above its plateau base.

Q. 5 The joint sitting of the Parliament is called under which article?
Ans. Article 108

The joint sitting of the Parliament is called by the President (Article 108) and is presided over by the Speaker or, in their absence, by the Deputy Speaker of the Lok Sabha or in their absence, the Deputy-Chairperson of the Rajya Sabha.

Q. 6 Which of the following is the highest peak in the Aravalli Range?
Ans. Guru Shikhar

Guru Shikhar, the highest peak in the Aravalli Range at 5,650 feet (1,720 m) in Mount Abu of Rajasthan, lies near the south-western extremity of the Central Aravalli range, close to the border with Gujarat state.

Q. 7 Saikhom Mirabai Chanu belongs to which game?
Ans. Weightlifter

Saikhom Mirabai Chanu (born 8 August 1994) is an Indian weightlifter. A regular presence in international events since 2014 in the 48 kg category, Chanu has won the World Championships and multiple medals at the Commonwealth Games.

Q. 8 One question from Hawamahal asked?

Q. 9 Which of the following teams won the 2019-2020 Ranji Trophy?
Ans. Saurashtra

Saurashtra lifted the Ranji Trophy 2019-20 title following a hard-fought final against Bengal at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Rajkot.

Q. 10 Which vehicle was used to launch Chandrayaan -1 mission?
Ans. PSLV – C11

Q. 11 Who of the following is the current Managing Director (MD) and Chairperson of the IMF?
Ans. Kristalina Georgieva

The current Managing Director (MD) and Chairwoman of the IMF is Bulgarian economist Kristalina Georgieva, who has held the post since October 1, 2019. Gita Gopinath was appointed as Chief Economist of IMF from 1 October 2018.

Q. 12 1024 megabytes equals to
Ans. 1 gigabytes

Q. 13 In which state of India the Satish Dhawan Space Centre is located?
Ans. Andhra Pradesh

Satish Dhawan Space Centre SHAR (SDSC SHAR), Sriharikota, the Spaceport of India, is one of the lead centres of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), Department of Space (DOS), Government of India.

Q. 14 What is the correct full form of GUI?
Ans. Graphical User Interface

Q. 15 Where is the World Bank located?
Ans. New York

Q. 16 One question from Coral Reef asked.

Q. 17 Which of the following schedule is related to Oath to cabinet ministers?
Ans. Third schedule

Q. 18 What is IC (Integrated Circuit) ?
Ans.. A Chip

Q. 19 How many nuclear tests conducted during The Pokhran-II tests?
Ans. Five

The Pokhran-II tests were a series of five nuclear bomb test explosions conducted by India at the Indian Army’s Pokhran Test Range in May 1998.

Q. 20 How many banks were merged with SBI?
Ans. Five

In 2017, State Bank of India merged with itself five of its associate banks — State Bank of Bikaner and Jaipur, State Bank of Mysore, State Bank of Travancore, State Bank of Hyderabad, and State Bank of Patiala — along with Bharatiya Mahila Bank.

Q. 21 Which among the following is the oldest Veda?
Ans. Rigveda

Q. 22 A ……….. is a type of lens that diverges a straight light beam coming from the source to a diminished, upright, virtual image is known as a concave lens. And which have at least one surface curved inside.
Ans. Concave Lens

Q. 23 Who is the current president of World Bank?
Ans. David Malpass:

World Bank Group President is David Malpass.

Q. 24 Where is the “Valmiki National Park” located?
Ans. West Champaran district of Bihar.

Valmiki National Park, Tiger Reserve and Wildlife Sanctuary is located at the India-Nepal border in the West Champaran district of Bihar, India on the bank of river Gandak. It is the only National park in Bihar.

Q. 25 Where did Gandhi stay during Independence day ?
Ans. Kolkata

In August and September of 1947, away from the celebration of Independence, Gandhi chose to be in Kolkata with some of his followers to calm the rioters down. He stayed in the building during his stay. “The city was in flames. Gandhi and his followers stayed in the building and sat on an indefinite fast on August 31.

Q. 26 When did Gandhi go to Champaran in North Bihar?
Ans. April 10, 1917

A hundred years ago on April 10, 1917, Mohandas K Gandhi arrived in the district of Champaran in North Bihar. He spent several months there, studying the problems of the peasantry, who had been forced by European planters to cultivate indigo against their will.

Q. 27 Which one of the following is a branch of the World Bank?
Ans. IBRD (according to given options)

Q. 28 Which state does not shares its border with Bangladesh?
Ans. Manipur

India and Bangladesh share a 4,096 km-long international border, the fifth-longest land border in the world, with West Bengal having the highest length with 2,217 km. The length of the border in the other four states is Tripura(856km), Meghalaya(443km), Assam(262km) and Mizoram(180km).

RRB NTPC 29 January 2021 Morning Shift Asked Questions

Q. 1 When was Article 35A incorporated into the Constitution?
Ans. 1954

Article 35A was incorporated into the Constitution in 1954 by an order of the then President Rajendra Prasad on the advice of the Jawaharlal Nehru Cabinet. The controversial Constitution (Application to Jammu and Kashmir) Order of 1954 followed the 1952 Delhi Agreement entered into between Nehru and the then Prime Minister of Jammu and Kashmir Sheikh Abdullah, which extended Indian citizenship to the ‘State subjects’ of Jammu and Kashmir.

Q. 2 Which of the following idols is given to Gyanpeeth Award winners?
Ans. goddess, Saraswati Idol.

Gyanpeeth Award is associated with a cash price and decoration include a bronze goddess, Saraswati Idol.

Q. 3 The Mechi River is a tributary of the –
Ans. Mahananda River

The Mechi River is a trans-boundary river flowing through Nepal and India. It is a tributary of the Mahananda River.

Q. 4 The register value of 32 bites is –
Ans. (2)32

Q. 5 Who of the following is the new executive governor of RBI?
Ans. Shaktikanta Das

The Governor of the Reserve Bank of India is the chief executive officer of India’s central bank and the ex-officio chair of its Central Board of Directors.

Q. 6 The former vice president of which country was taken to detention center?
Ans. Maldives, (Ahmed Adeeb)

A former vice president of the Maldives, Ahmed Adeeb, who was arrested after fleeing to neighboring India to avoid questioning over the alleged embezzlement of state funds was taken to a Maldives detention center recently after being returned to the country.

Q. 7 Who of the following was known as Rabia Doorani?
Ans. Dilras Banu Begum

After giving birth to her fifth child, princess Dilras Banu Begum, posthumously known as Rabia Doorani. She was the first wife and chief consort of Emperor Aurangzeb.

Q. 8 ” Bari Doabs” lies between –
Ans. The Ravi and the Beas rivers.

The Bari Doab (considerable portion of the Bari Doab is Majha) lies between the Ravi and the Beas rivers.

Q. 9 Where is the origin of the Godavari River?
Ans. Trimbakeshwar

The Godavari River rises from Trimbakeshwar in the Nashik district of Maharashtra about 80 km from the Arabian Sea at an elevation of 1,067 m. The total length of Godavari from its origin to outfall into the Bay of Bengal is 1,465 km.

Q. 10 Why was the Poona Pact signed?
Ans. For depressed classes.

The Poona Pact was signed at 5pm on September 24 by 23 people. Madan Mohan Malaviya signed it on behalf of Hindus and Gandhi, and Ambedkar on behalf of depressed classes.

Q. 11 Who was the founder of the Dharma Sabha?
Ans. Radhakanta Deb

Dharma Sabha was formed in 1829 in Calcutta by Radhakanta Deb. The organization was established mainly to counter the ongoing social reform movements led by protagonists such as Raja Ram Mohun Roy and Henry Derozio.

Q. 12 Find odd one out –
Options – Mic, Speaker, headphone,
Ans. Mic (input device)

Q. 13 Who was the chairperson of ISRO when Chandrayaan -1 was launched?
Ans. Chairman G Madhavan Nair

Indian Space Research Organisation Chairman G Madhavan Nair described the successful launch as a historic moment in India's space programme. "The launch was perfect and precise. The satellite has been placed in the earth orbit.Oct 22, 2008.

Q. 14 One question from Periodic table asked.

Q. 15 Which state government started the “Rythu Bharosa” application?
Ans. Andhra Pradesh

Q. 16 Which of the following components is not related to “Acid Rain”?
Ans. Co (Carbon monoxide)

Acid rain is caused by a chemical reaction that begins when compounds like sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides are released into the air. These substances can rise very high into the atmosphere, where they mix and react with water, oxygen, and other chemicals to form more acidic pollutants, known as acid rain.

Q. 17 What causes “Ringworm”?
Ans. Fungus

Ringworm is a common infection of the skin and nails that is caused by fungus. The infection is called “ringworm” because it can cause an itchy, red, circular rash. Ringworm is also called “tinea” or “dermatophytosis.”

Q. 18 What was the first Conference on Human Environment Protection?
Ans. The United Nations Conference on the Human Environment (Stockholm)

The United Nations Conference on the Human Environment held in Stockholm, Sweden, in 1972 was the UN’s first major conference on the issue of the environment.

Q. 19 Which country is the largest producer of Rice in the world?
Ans. China

Q. 20 When was the UNO awarded with Nobel Prize?
Ans. 2001

The United Nations and its Secretary-General Kofi Annan have been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize “for their work for a better organized and more peaceful world”.

Q. 21 Which of the following statements is correctly matched?
Ans. Ghoomar – Rajasthan

Q. 22 When did “Hotmail” originate ?
Ans. 1996

Hotmail was one of the world’s first webmail services. Hotmail was launched in 1996 by Sabeer Bhatia and Jack Smith in California.

Q. 23 Where is “Brihadeshwara Temple” located?
Ans. Tamil Nadu, India

Brihadishvara Temple, also called Rajarajesvaram or Peruvudaiyār Kōvil, is a Hindu temple dedicated to Shiva located in South bank of Kaveri river in Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu, India.

29-01-2021 RRB NTPC Evening Shift Questions

Q. 1 What is the correct full form of EPROM?
Ans. Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory

Q. 2 What is the currency of Malaysia?
Ans. Malaysian Ringgit

The Malaysian ringgit is the currency of Malaysia. It is divided into 100 sen.

Q. 3 When was the Yojana Aayog established?
Ans. 15th march 1950

Q. 4 India developed the Brahmos missile with –
Ans. Russia

BrahMos Aerospace, DRDO (India) and NPO Mashinostroyenia (Russia) as well as a group of Indian and Russian industries, the missile can fly at 2.8 times the speed of sound.

Q. 5 When was the “Bahmani Empire established ?
Ans. 1347

The Bahmani sultanate, or the Bahmani empire, was established in 1347 by a Turkish general named Alauddin Bahman Shah, who had revolted against Mohammed bin Tughlaq of the Delhi Sultanate.

Q. 6 When did Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Grameen Kaushalya Yojana start?
Ans. 25 September 2014

DDU-GKY was launched on 25 September 2014 by Union Ministers Nitin Gadkari and Venkaiah Naidu on the occasion of 98th birth anniversary of Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya. The scheme will benefit more than 55 million poor rural youth who are ready to be skilled by providing sustainable employment.

Q. 7 One question from Round worm asked.

Q. 8 “Money Bill” is defined in Article –
Ans. Article – 110

Money Bill is defined in Article 110 of the Indian Constitution. Money bills are concerned with financial matters like taxation, public expenditure, etc. Money Bill may only be introduced in Lok Sabha.

Q. 9 Who of the following was not awarded with Bharat Ratna in 2019?
Ans. According to given options

On 25 January 2019, the government announced the award to social activist Nanaji Deshmukh (posthumously), singer-music director Bhupen Hazarika (posthumously) and to the former President of India, Pranab Mukherjee.

Q. 10 Which film was produced by Satyajit Ray?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 11 Who was the viceroy at the time of formation of Indian National Congress?
Ans. Viceroy Lord Dufferin

Q. 12 When was the “Cabinet Mission Plan” formed?
Ans. 1946

Q. 13 Which was the first satellite launched from Shatish Dhawan space centre?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 14 When was the “Banaras Hindu University” established?
Ans. 1916

BHU was finally established in 1916, the first university in India that was the result of a private individual’s efforts.

Q. 15 The “Rangaswamy Cup” is associated with –
Ans. Hockey

The Rangaswamy Cup is associated with hockey. Introduced in 1928, the Rangaswami Cup, was originally known as Inter-Provincial Tournament.

Q. 16 In which article the right to equality is given in the Constitution of India?
Ans. Article 14 – 18

Q. 17 Who was the first ICS officer of India?
Ans. Satyendranath Tagore

Initially, the ICS was an allwhite affair, but the elder brother of Rabindranath Tagore, Satyendranath Tagore, became the first Indian to qualify the ICS in 1863. Satyendranath was allotted Bombay Presidency Cadre and retired after more than 30 years of service.

Q. 18 What is the SI unit of radioactivity?
Ans. Becquerel

The becquerel (symbol: Bq) is the SI unit of radioactivity.

Q. 19 Who won the first Jnanpith award?
Ans. Sankara Kurup

Sankara Kurup (1901– 1978), a Malayalam poet, won the first Jnanpith Award in 1965, the year of its inception, for his anthology of poems, titled Odakkuzhal.

Q. 20 One question from games & sports asked.

Q. 21 Why was the “Kyoto Protocol” implemented?
Ans. To reduce the onset of global warming.

The Kyoto Protocol implemented the objective of the UNFCCC to reduce the onset of global warming by reducing greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere to “a level that would prevent dangerous anthropogenic interference with the climate system”.

Q. 22 Which type of plateau is tibetan plateau?
Ans. Mountain plateau

Q. 23 Who started the 1857 revolution?
Ans. Sepoy Mangal Pandey

Outbreak on 29 March 1857 at Barrackpore, Sepoy Mangal Pandey of the 34th Bengal Native Infantry attacked his officers.

Q. 24 Which of the following temples was built by Rajarajesvaram?
Ans. Brihadeshwara Temple

Q.25 Who was the first woman chief justice of India?
Ans. Fatima Beevi

The first female justice in the court was Fatima Beevi appointed on 6 October 1989. There have been 7 more female justices in the court since then. Presently there are 2 sitting female judges out of the total 33 judges (including Chief Justice of India) in the court namely Indu Malhotra and Indira Banerjee.

Q. 26 When was UNO established?
Ans. 24 October 1945

The United Nations officially came into existence on 24 October 1945, when the Charter had been ratified by China, France, the Soviet Union, the United Kingdom, the United States and by a majority of other signatories. United Nations Day is celebrated on 24 October each year.

Q. 27 Bhikhaiji Cama hosted the flag of India abroad for the first time in –
Ans. Stuttgart, Germany.

Design of the “Flag of Indian Independence” raised by Bhikhaiji Cama on 22 August 1907, at the International Socialist Conference in Stuttgart, Germany.

RRB NTPC 28 January 2021 Morning Shift Questions-

Q. 1 Where did Mahatma Gandhi become the president of INC?
Ans. Belgaum , in 1924

He became president only once in 1924 at the Belgaum conference of Indian National Congress.

Q. 2 Who is the first CEO of the Railway Board?
Ans. Vinod Kumar Yadav

Vinod Kumar Yadav has made history by becoming the first Chief Executive Officer of Railway Board. The central government on Wednesday formally constituted the Railway Board in the new avatar. Yadav has been appointed as the chairman and CEO of the newly formed Railway Board.

Q. 3 The Bombay Stock Exchange is located on –
Ans. Dalal Street

The Bombay Stock Exchange is located on Dalal Street in downtown Mumbai, India.
In the 1850s, stockbrokers would conduct business under a banyan tree in front of the Mumbai town hall.

Q. 4 In which of the following states the Aravalli Range is not located ?
Ans. Maharashtra

The Aravalli Range is a mountain range in Northwestern India, running approximately 692 km in a south-west direction, starting near Delhi, passing through southern Haryana and Rajasthan, and ending in Gujarat. The highest peak is Guru Shikhar at 1,722 metres.

Q. 5 Who was the Viceroy of India during Partition of Bengal?
Ans. Lord Curzon

Partition of Bengal, (1905), division of Bengal carried out by the British viceroy in India, Lord Curzon, despite strong Indian nationalist opposition. It began a transformation of the Indian National Congress from a middle-class pressure group into a nationwide mass movement.

Q. 6 Which of the following National Parks is famous for rhinoceros?
Ans. Kaziranga national Park

Q. 7 Who is the present president of NITI Aayog?
Ans. Narendra Modi

The Prime Minister of India is the president of NITI Aayog.

Q. 8 In which city was the Muslim League founded?
Ans. 30 December 1906 at Dacca, British India
Now Dhaka, (Bangladesh)

Q. 9 Who is the current president of WTO?
Ans. Roberto Azevedo

Q. 10 Which of the following countries won the most times FIFA world cup?

The national team of Brazil has won the most soccer World Cup titles of all time with five, winning the tournament in 1958, 1962, 1970, 1994 and, most recently, in 2002.
The most recent World Cup, which was hosted by Russia in 2018, was won by France.

Q. 11 What is the chemical formula of Salt?

Sodium chloride, also known as table salt, is an ionic compound with the chemical formula NaCl, representing a 1:1 ratio of sodium and chloride ions.

Q. 12 Who is the present Director General of CSIR?
Ans. Shekhar C. Mande

Q. 13 Which channel connects the Atlantic Ocean with the Pacific Ocean?
Ans. The Panama Canal’s

Q. 14 Who has been the vice president of India till October 2020?
Ans. Venkaiah Naidu

  Venkaiah Naidu is the current Vice President of India. He was elected  on 5 August 2017 election.

Q. 15 Who of the following did not receive man booker prize in 2019 ?
Ans. According to given options

Options – Arundhati Roy, Kiran Desai, Arvind Adiga

Q. 16 Prime Minister (Pakistan) Imran Khan belongs to which political party?
Ans. Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).

Imran Ahmed Khan Niazi HI PP is the 22nd and current Prime Minister of Pakistan and the chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).

Q. 17 One question from Padma Vibhushan Award?

Q. 18 Cat belongs to which family?
Ans. Feline, (family Felidae)

Q. 19 Who was the the oldest person to become Prime Minister of India?
Ans. Morarji Desai

The oldest person to become Prime Minister was Morarji Desai, who became Prime Minister at the age of 81 years, 23 days. The youngest person to become Prime Minister was Rajiv Gandhi, who became Prime Minister at the age of 40 years, 72 days.

Q. 20 Which strait lies between USA and Russia?
Ans. Bering Strait

Bering Strait, Russian Proliv Beringa, strait linking the Arctic Ocean with the Bering Sea and separating the continents of Asia and North America at their closest point.

Q. 21 One question from computer files asked.

Q. 22 Who of the following advocates is related to Kulbhushan Jadhav in the International Court of Justice?
Ans. Harish Salve

Q. 23 Which of the following products is not related to Google?
Ans. Itunes ( according to given options )

Q. 24 Joule is the SI unit of –
Ans. Energy

The SI unit for work and energy commonly used in drawing is the joule (J), which is equivalent to a force of one newton exerted through a distance of one meter (m).

Q. 25 Which of the planets is the nearest to the Sun?
Ans. Mercury

Q. 26 From which place does ISRO not launch missiles and satellites?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 27 Who was the founder of the “Mughal dynasty” ?
Ans. Babar (1526-1530):

The great grandson of Tamerlane and Genghis Khan, was the first Mughal emperor in India. He confronted and defeated Lodhi in 1526 at the first battle of Panipat, and so came to establish the Mughal Empire in India.

28 January 2021 RRB NTPC Evening Shift Questions-

Q. 1 What vitamin is needed for postoperative blood clotting?
Ans. Vitamin K

Vitamin K is a group of fat-soluble vitamins. Naturally, it can be found mostly in leafy green vegetables and dietary supplements. Vitamin K is an important vitamin in postsurgical healing due to its blood clotting activity.

Q. 2 Which national magazine was first published in Indian language?
Ans. Bengal Gazette or Vangal Gazette

It is considered to be the first Indian-language newspaper, although some historians contend that the Bengali weekly Bengal Gazetti or Vangal Gazette published by Ganga Kishore Bhattacharya had begun publication earlier.

Q. 3 Which of the following applications received the ” E- Governance Award “?
Ans. Bhim App

Q. 4 Which of the following statement is not correct with reference to Rajaram Mohan Roy?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 5 Kuchipudi dance is performed in which state?
Ans. Andhra Pradesh

Kuchipudi is one of the eight major Indian classical dances. It originated in a village named Kuchipudi in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It is about 35 km. from Vijayawada. Andhra has a very long tradition of dance-drama which was known under the generic name of Yakshagana.

Q. 6 Which of the following countries is not a member of SAFTA?
Ans. Singapore

SAFTA signatory countries are Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. SAFTA recognizes the need for special and differential treatment for LDCs in its preamble.

Q. 7 Which one of the following statements is not correct regarding Sundarban delta?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 8 In the abbreviation HTTP, P Stands for –
Ans. Protocol

The Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is an application layer protocol for distributed, collaborative, hypermedia information systems.

Q. 9 What converts IP address into Domain name?
Ans. DNS

  DNS is what translates your familiar domain name (www.google.com) into an IP address your browser can use (173.194. 33.174).

Q. 10 The plan of constitution assembly was formulated by
Ans. The Cabinet Mission

Q. 11 The fundamental duties have incorporated in Indian constitution in –
Ans. Article 51-A

The fundamental duties were incorporated in Part IV-A of our constitution by 42nd Constitutional Amendment Act, 1976. Presently we have 11 fundamental duties in our constitution under article 51-A, which are statutory duties and are enforceable by law.

Q. 12 One question from Airport asked.

Q. 13 Who is the writer of ” Dreams for My Father” book?
Ans. Barack Obama

This book covers the early life of Barack Obama up to his first real job as a community organiser and was written when he was 33.

Q. 14 The speed of a computer does not depend on –
Ans. The size of Graphics Card

Q. 15 Which of the following sectors is the most rich?
Ans. Tertiary sector

Q. 16 Which of the following is not a Unesco world heritage site in India?
Ans. Mandu Temple (MP)

Q. 17 Which of the following is not an organ of UNO?
Ans. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)

The Charter established six principal organs of the United Nations: the General Assembly, the Security Council, the Economic and Social Council, the Trusteeship Council, the International Court of Justice, and the Secretariat.

Q. 18 If RAM is related to Memory, Printer is related to –
Ans. Laser beam

Q. 19 Which state has the longest coastal boundry?
Ans. Gujarat

Q. 20 Which one of the following statements is not correct regarding the Pacific Ring of Fire?
Ans. According to given options

The Ring of Fire was formed as oceanic plates slid under continental plates. Volcanoes along the Ring of Fire are formed when one plate is shoved under another into the mantle – a solid body of rock between the Earth’s crust and the molten iron core – through a process called subduction.

Q. 21 One question from Christian religion asked.

Q. 22 Which movement started with “The Salt or Dandi March” ?
Ans. Civil Disobedience Movement

  The Salt March was a  24-day Salt March, which was non-violent in nature, is historically significant as it led to the mass Civil Disobedience Movement. Here's all you need to know about the Salt March or Dandi March: 1. The Salt March began on March 12, 1930 and continued till April 6, 1930.

Q. 23 Who built the Nalanda University?
Ans. King Kumaragupta I

Q. 24 One question from diseases asked.

Q. 25 Which country does not have its own nuclear weapons?
Ans. Japan

Japan does not have its own nuclear weapons. The Japanese government considered developing them in the past, but decided this would make Japan less secure.

Q. 26 Who published the “World Happiness Index” ?
Ans. The United Nations

The United Nations has released the World Happiness Report 2020. The World Happiness Report ranks 156 countries by how happy their citizens perceive themselves to be. The report is a landmark survey of the state of global happiness.

Q. 27 Which country is first in FIFA world cup ranking?
Ans. Belgium

Q. 28 Which of the following is not a communication satellite?
Ans. According to given options
Options given – Navik, Galileo, BDS

Q. 29 Who was the president of Karachi session of Indian National Congress in 1931?
Ans. Vallabhbhai Patel

Here, resolution on Fundamental Rights and the National Economic Program was passed.

Q. 30 Which Island of India is famous for launching Missiles and Satellites?
Ans. Wheeler Island ( according to given options)

Q. 31 Which one of the following statement is not correct regarding Nilgiri Mountains?
Ans. According to given options

The Nilgiri Mountains form part of the Western Ghats in western Tamil Nadu, India. At least 24 of the Nilgiri Mountains’ peaks are above 2,000 metres, the highest peak being Doddabetta, at 2,637 metres.

RRB NTPC 27 January 2021 Morning Shift Questions-

Q. 1. What is the correct full form of A.L.U. ?
Ans. Arithmetic Logic Unit

Q. 2 Patna Kalam paintings belong to which state?
Ans. Bihar,

Patna School of Painting is a style of Indian painting which existed in Bihar, India in the 18th and 19th centuries. Patna Qalaam was the world’s first independent school of painting which dealt exclusively with the commoner and his lifestyle also helped Patna Kalam paintings gain in popularity.

Q. 3 Which liquid flows in joints?
Ans. Synovial Fluid

    Synovial fluid delivers nutrients to the cartilage and removes waste from the cartilage. When a joint is at rest, cartilage absorbs some of the synovial fluid. When the joint is in use the synovial fluid is squeezed out of the cartilage, much like how water is wrung from a sponge.

Q. 4 “Baburnama” was written in which language?
Ans. Chagatai language (“Turki)

It is written in the Chagatai language, known to Babur as “Turki” (meaning Turkic), the spoken language of the Andijan-Timurids.

Q. 5 Who threw bombs on Legislative Assembly?
Ans. Bhagat Singh and Batukeshwar Dutt

On April 8, 1929, Bhagat Singh, along with freedom fighter Batukeshwar Dutt, hurled two bombs inside the Central Legislative Assembly in New Delhi to protest against an unfavourable Bill.

Q. 6 Which part of computer controls the CPU?
Ans. Control Unit

The control unit controls and monitors communications between the hardware attached to the computer. It controls the input and output of data, checks that signals have been delivered successfully, and makes sure that data goes to the correct place at the correct time.

Q. 7 What is spam related to computer?
Ans. Digital junk mail

Spam is digital junk mail: unsolicited communications sent in bulk over the internet or through any electronic messaging system.

Q. 8 From where did the Khilafat Movement start?
Ans. Lucknow

The organisation was based in Lucknow, India at Hathe Shaukat Ali, the compound of Landlord Shaukat Ali Siddiqui. They aimed to build political unity amongst Muslims and use their influence to protect the caliphate.

Q. 9 Which country is the current UN Secretary General from?
Ans. Portugal

As of 2020, the secretary-general is former prime minister of Portugal António Guterres, who was appointed by the General Assembly on 13 October 2016 and began his five-year term on 1 January 2017.

Q. 10 When was SCO (Shanghai Cooperation Organization) established?
Ans. 15 June 2001

The Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) is a eight-member multilateral organization, established on 15 June 2001 in Shanghai, China by the leaders of China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.

Q. 11 What is Manik Ratna called?
Ans. Pink ruby Gemstone

 Pink ruby Gem Stone is also known as Manik Ratna.  According to vediv astrology ,Ruby is the gemstone of the sun,the king of zodiac. Ruby has always been a talisman of passion protection and prosperity.

Q. 12 How many seats did Bharatiya Janata Party win in the 2019 election ?
Ans. 303

The Bharatiya Janata Party won 303 seats, further increasing its substantial majority and the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) won 353 seats. The BJP won 37.36% of votes, while the NDA’s combined vote was 45% of the 60.37 crore votes that were polled.

Q.13 Who of the following presidents held the under water summit on climate change?
Ans. President Mohammed Nasheed (Maldives)

The Maldives government has made an eye-catching plea for climate change action by holding the world’s first underwater cabinet meeting.

Q.14 One question from “Fundamental Right” asked ?

Q. 15 “CRY Yojana” is related to –
Ans. Children

CRY – Child Rights and You is an Indian non-governmental organization that works towards ensuring happier childhoods for all children.

Q. 16 Which list is given in the 7th schedule of the Indian Constitution ?
Ans. Seventh Schedule

The Seventh Schedule to the Constitution of India defines and specifies allocation of powers and functions between Union & States. It contains three lists; i.e. 1) Union List, 2) State List and 3) Concurrent List.

Q. 17 Which state has the highest per capita income in India?
Ans. Goa

Q. 18 One question from Child death rate asked.

Q. 19. What is the style of the “Lingaraja Temple” ?
Ans. Kalinga Architecture

Q. 20 When was the first ODI cricket match played?
Ans. January 5, 1971

 One-day competitions were introduced as early as the 1960s but it was January 5, 1971 when the first official ODI was played. The build-up to what is now a popular format of the game is bizarre to say the least.

Q. 21 On which of the following planets does Lithosphere not found ?
Ans. Neptune ( according to given options )

Q. 22 One question from Air pollution asked.

Q. 23 Where are the rods and cones located?
Ans. Retina

The retina is the back part of the eye that contains the cells that respond to light. These specialized cells are called photoreceptors. There are 2 types of photoreceptors in the retina: rods and cones.

Q. 24 Which terminal cities join the East West Corridor?
Ans. Srinagar(North), Kanyakumari(South), Porbandar(West) and Silchar(East).

The North-South–East-West Corridor is the largest ongoing highway project in India. It is the second phase of the National Highways Development Project consists of building four/six lane expressways connecting Srinagar(North), Kanyakumari(South), Porbandar(West) and Silchar(East).

Q. 25 Which of the following commissions examines the central-state relationship?
Ans. Sarkaria Commission

Sarkaria Commission was set up in 1983 by the central government of India. The Sarkaria Commission’s charter was to examine the central-state relationship on various portfolios and suggest changes within the framework of the Constitution of India.

Q. 26. What is “Mission Shakti”?
Ans. Anti-satellite weapon

India tested an anti-satellite weapon during an operation code named Mission Shakti. India’s successful demonstration of the ASAT capability is said to signify its ability to intercept an intercontinental ballistic missile. The ASAT weapon is meant to act as a deterrent.

Q. 27 Which university distributes “The Pulitzer Prize”?
Ans. Columbia University

The Pulitzer Prize is an award for achievements in newspaper, magazine and online journalism, literature and musical composition within the United States.

Q. 28 Who was governor general when the “Hindu Widows’ Remarriage Act” passed?
Ans. Lord Canning

The Hindu Widows’ Remarriage Act, 1856, also Act XV, 1856, enacted on 26 July 1856, legalised the remarriage of Hindu widows in all jurisdictions of India under East India Company rule. It was drafted by Lord Dalhousie and passed by Lord Canning before the Indian Rebellion of 1857.

27 January 2021 RRB NTPC Evening Shift Exam Analysis-

Q. 1 Which river in India flows from east to west?
Ans. The Narmada

The Narmada River, also called the Reva and previously also known as Narbada.
It is one of only three major rivers in peninsular India that run from east to west (longest west flowing river), along with the Tapti River and the Mahi River.

Q. 2 Who was the first president of Indian National Congress?
Ans. Womesh Chandra Bonnerjee

 1885, Womesh Chandra Bonnerjee became its first president of INC in 1885.  A total of sixty one people have served as the president of the Indian National Congress.

Q. 3 London is situated on the bank of which river?
Ans. River Thames

London is situated in southeastern England, lying astride the River Thames some 50 miles (80 km) upstream from its estuary on the North Sea.

Q. 4 Who is the chairperson of SEBI till October 2020?
Ans. Shri Ajay Tyagi

“The Appointments Committee of the Cabinet has approved the extension of term of appointment of Shri Ajay Tyagi as Chairman, Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) by a further period of 18 months from 01.09. 2020.

Q. 5 Which of the following is not an android operating system?
Ans. Tally

Q. 6 Where is “Buland Darwaza” situated?
Ans. Fatehpur Sikri

Buland Darwaza (Victory Gate) of the Jāmiʿ Masjid (Great Mosque) at Fatehpur Sikri, Uttar Pradesh, India. Buland Darwāza (“High Gate”), built during the reign of Akbar the Great, in Fatehpur Sikri, Uttar Pradesh state, India.

Q. 7 Where the RBI is located?
Ans. Mumbai

The RBI controls monetary and other banking policies of the Indian government. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) was established on April 1, 1935, in accordance with the Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934. The Reserve Bank is permanently situated in Mumbai since 1937.

Q. 8 Who is the writer of “Mudrarakshasa” ?
Ans. Vishakhadatta

The Mudrarakshasa is a Sanskrit-language play by Vishakhadatta that narrates the ascent of the king Chandragupta Maurya to power in India.

Q. 9 Who of the following players won the Purple Cap after finishing at the top of the table with a total of 30 wickets?
Ans. Kagiso Rabada

Delhi Capitals’ Kagiso Rabada won the Purple Cap after finishing at the top of the table with a total of 30 wickets at the end of IPL 2020.

Q. 10 Who of the following has been elected as second woman prime minister in UK?
Ans.Theresa May

Q. 11 Who was appointed as the first election commissioner of India?
Ans. Sukumar Sen

Q. 12 Who of the following established the Al-Hilal magazine?
Ans. Maulana Abul Kalam Azad.

 Al-Hilal was a weekly Urdu language newspaper established by the Indian Muslim independence activist Maulana Abul Kalam Azad. The paper was notable for its criticism of the British Raj in India and its exhortation to Indian Muslims to join the growing Indian independence movement.

Q. 13 Which metal has the highest resistance?
Ans. Nichrome

Q. 14 Who invented the ATM machine?
Ans. John Adrian Shepherd-Barron

Q. 15 One question from grassland asked?

Q. 16 When was the Export-Import Bank of India (EXIM Bank) established?
Ans. 1982

Export-Import Bank of India (EXIM Bank) is a specialized financial institution, wholly owned by Government of India, set up in 1982, for financing, facilitating and promoting foreign trade of India

Q. 17 Who is Indian Brand Ambassador for La Liga ?
Ans. Rohit Sharma

Q. 18 What is the symbol of “Lead”?
Ans. Pb

Atomic number: 82
Atomic mass: 207.2 u

Q. 19 Which of the following ports lies on the eastern sea coast of India?
Ans. According to given options

There are seven major port located on the east coast of India i.e. Tuticorin (Tamil Nadu), Chennai (Tamil Nadu), Ennore (Tamil Nadu), Visakhapatnam (Andhra Pradesh), Paradip (Odisha), Haldia & Kolkata (West Bengal), and Port Blair (Andaman & Nicobar Island).

Q.20 What is the correct full form of the SAARC?
Ans. South Asian Association of Regional Cooperation

The South Asian Association of Regional Cooperation (SAARC) was created in 1985 as an expression of the region’s collective decision to evolve a regional cooperative framework.

Q. 21 Which of the following schemes was started in 2006 ?

Q. 22 One question from volcano mountain asked.

Q. 23 What is the scientific name of frog?
Ans. Rana tigrina.

Q. 24 One question from dancer asked.

Q. 25 Which is the latest satellite launched by ISRO?
Ans. CMS-01

India’s communication satellite CMS-01 was successfully launched by PSLV-C50 on Wednesday December 17, 2020 from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC) SHAR, Sriharikota.

Q. 26 Humidity is measured by which instruments?
Ans. Hygrometer

Humidity is the measure of the amount of moisture in the air. A psychrometer is an example of a hygrometer.

RRB NTPC 25 January 2021 Morning Shift Questions

Q. 1 When was the ‘Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Trophy” instituted?
Ans. 1956- 57

Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Trophy was instituted in 1956- 57 as a running trophy by the Ministry of Education, Govt. of India. This running trophy is awarded by the President of India each year to a University which has all round best performance in sports at Inter-University, National and International competitions.

Q. 2 Which of the movements was started by Kailash Satyarthi?
Ans. Bachpan Bachao Andolan

 Kailash founded Bachpan Bachao Andolan (Save Childhood Movement) in 1980 as the first people's movement for social justice, equity, education and peace for all children in India.

Q. 3 How sound intensity is measured?
Ans. Decibels (dB)

  Sound intensity (also referred to as sound power or sound pressure) in units called decibels. Decibels (dB) are named in honor of Alexander Graham Bell, the inventor of both the telephone and the audiometer.

Q. 4 Depth of Ocean is measured by?
Ans. Fathometer is used to measure the depth of the ocean.

Q. 5 When was the Khilafat movement started?
Ans. 1919

   The Khilafat movement, pan-Islamic force in India that arose in 1919 in an effort to salvage the Ottoman caliph as a symbol of unity among the Muslim community in India during the British raj.

Q. 6 Which article deals with impeachment of the President of India?
Ans. Article 61

Procedure for impeachment of the President –
When a President is to be impeached for violation of the Constitution, the charge shall be preferred by either House of Parliament.

Q. 7 The headquarters of ILO ( International Labour Organization ) is located in –
Ans. ILO Headquarters is established in Geneva, Switzerland.

Q. 8 What is NCSM, works under the Ministry of Culture?
Ans. National Council of Science Museums (NCSM) is an autonomous society.

National Council of Science Museums (NCSM) is an autonomous society under the Ministry of Culture, Government of India set up with the objective to develop a culture of science, technology & innovation and to encourage scientific temper in the society.

Q. 9 Who of the following got the Bharat Ratna in 2019?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 10 In which state “Kolleru Lake” is located?
Ans. Andhra Pradesh

Kolleru Lake is one of the largest freshwater lakes in India located in state of Andhra Pradesh 15 kilometers away from the city of Eluru. Kolleru is located between Krishna and Godavari deltas. Kolleru spans into two districts – Krishna and West Godavari.

Q. 11 “Sanchi Stupa” is a memorial built by Ashoka in which state?
Ans. Madhya Pradesh

 Sanchi Stupa is a memorial built in the state of Madhya Pradesh in the city of Sanchi in India.

Q. 12 How does a baby get food in the womb?
Ans. Through placenta

Oxygen and nutrients pass into your baby through placenta. If babies are born very prematurely, they may need medical help to feed and breathe.

Q. 13 What does attach bone to bone?
Ans. Ligament Tissue

A ligament is a fibrous connective tissue which attaches bone to bone, and usually serves to hold structures together and keep them stable.

Q. 14 Namcha Barwa and Kamet are the examples of –
Ans. Himalayan peaks

Namcha Barwa or Namchabarwa is a mountain peak in the Tibetan Himalaya.
Kamet was the first summit over 25,000 ft (7,620 m) to be climbed, and was the highest summit reached until the first ascent of Nanda Devi five years later.

Q. 15 Who threw bombs on the Legislative Assembly?
Ans. Bhagat Singh and Batukeshwar Dutt

On April 8, 1929, Bhagat Singh, along with freedom fighter Batukeshwar Dutt, hurled two bombs inside the Central Legislative Assembly in New Delhi to protest against an unfavourable Bill.

Q. 16 Who is the chairperson of the National Human Right Commission?
Ans. Mr. Justice H. L. Dattu

Q. 17 Which of the following institutions made The KALI, a linear electron accelerator?
Ans. Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) and Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC).

  The KALI (Kilo Ampere Linear Injector) is a linear electron accelerator being developed in India by Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) and Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC).

Q. 18 One question from booker prize asked.

Q. 19 Which instruments measures earthquakes?
Ans. Richter scale

 The Richter scale measures the largest wiggle (amplitude) on the recording, but other magnitude scales measure different parts of the earthquake.

Q. 20 Which of the following is not a public sector unit?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 21 Which of the following is a Volatile Memory?
Ans. RAM

Q. 22 One question from festivals asked.

Q 23 Who was the successor of Chandragupta-Ist?
Ans. Samudragupta

Q. 24 The acronym IDN stands for –
Ans. ‘Internationalized Domain Name’

The IDN system allows internet users to use the full alphabet of their language in their domain names.

Q. 25 How many members are there in IMF?
Ans. 190

Q. 26 Who was the 24th tirthankara of Jain religion?
Ans. Mahavira Swami Ji

The 24th and last tirthankara of the present half-cycle was Mahavira Swami Ji (599 BC–527 BC). History records the existence of Mahavira and his predecessor, Parshvanath, the twenty-third tirthankara.

Q. 27 Which was the first Insurance company in India?
Ans. The Oriental Life Insurance Company. Or Bombay Mutual Life Assurance Society.

In 1818, the first insurance company in India was established in Calcutta (modern day Kolkata), The Oriental Life Insurance Company.
In 1870, Bombay Mutual Life Assurance Society, the first Indian life insurance company started its business. 1912: The Indian Life Assurance Companies Act enacted as the first statute to regulate the life insurance business.

Q. 28 One question from Sound asked.

Q. 29 Which of the following instruments is used to measure Atmospheric pressure?
Ans. Barometer

  Atmospheric pressure is commonly measured with a barometer. In a barometer, a column of mercury in a glass tube rises or falls as the weight of the atmosphere changes. Meteorologists describe the atmospheric pressure by how high the mercury rises.

RRB NTPC Online Exam 25-01-2021 Evening Shift Questions

Q. 1 Microchips are currently made from –
Ans. Silicon

Most microchips are currently made from silicon due to its effective semi-conducting properties. A semiconductor is something which conducts electricity, but only partially.

Q. 2 “Article -368” of the Indian Constitution is related to –
Ans. Constitutional Amendment

Part-xx Article 368 of the Constitution of India grants constituent power to make formal amendments and empowers Parliament to amend the Constitution by way of addition, variation or repeal of any provision according to the procedure laid down therein, which is different from the procedure for ordinary legislation.

Q. 3 Which of the following is a female hormones?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 4 What are the five layers of the atmosphere in correct order?
Ans. troposphere, stratosphere, mesosphere and thermosphere and exosphere.

The atmosphere is comprised of layers based on temperature. These layers are the troposphere, stratosphere, mesosphere and thermosphere. A further region at about 500 km above the Earth's surface is called the exosphere.

Q. 5 During whose reign did Ibn Batuta come to India?
Ans. Mohammad Bin Tughlaq

  Ibn Batuta reached Delhi during the reign of Mohammad Bin Tughlaq and with him he bought several precious presents for the Sultan of Delhi. The explorer served the king for seven years as a judge in his royal court.

Q. 6 What is “Bank Rate” ?
Ans. Bank rate, also known as discount rate in American English, is the rate of interest which a central bank charges on its loans and advances to a commercial bank.

Q. 7 Where is the “Panch Mahal” located ?
Ans. Fatehpur Sikri

The Panch Mahal meaning ‘Five level Palace’ was commissioned by Akbar located in Fatehpur Sikri.

Q. 8 The aim of Nai Manzil scheme is –
Ans. To benefit the minority youths.

 Nai Manzil, a scheme launched on 8th August 2015, aims to benefit the minority youths who do not have a formal school leaving certificate in order to provide them formal education and skills, and enable them to seek better employment and livelihoods in the organised sector.

Q. 9 Which of the following is the permanent member of UNO?
Ans. France.

Five countries are the permanent members of UNO -

USA, Briten, China, France, Russia

Q. 10 What is the range of “The Agni – V”?
Ans. 5,500 to 5,800 km.

The Agni V is an intercontinental ballistic missile with a range of 5,500 to 5,800 km.

Q. 11 Which award is given to coaches?
Ans. Dronacharya award

Q. 12 The provision of financial emergency has been enshrined in article –
Ans. 360

The provision of financial emergency (FM) has been enshrined in Article 360 of the Indian Constitution.

Q. 13 Which of the following is the software part of CPU?
Ans. Programing ( according to given options )

Q. 14 Where is black soil found in India?
Ans. Maharashtra

Q. 15 Who discovered the smallpox vaccine?
Ans. Edward Jenner

The smallpox vaccine, introduced by Edward Jenner in 1796, was the first successful vaccine to be developed.

Q. 16 When did Swachh Bharat Abhiyan start?
Ans. 2014

Q. 17 Which award is related to sports
Ans. The Arjuna Award

The Arjuna Award, officially known as Arjuna Awards for Outstanding Performance in Sports and Games is the sports honour of Republic of India. The award is named after Arjuna, a character from the Sanskrit epic Mahabharata of ancient India.

Q. 18 What is the style of “Shalimar Bagh”?
Ans. Shalimar Bagh is a typical Mughal garden with three terraces which follows a Persian garden layout on 31 acres of plot with 587 m of length and 251 m of depth. The garden is constructed on flat land close to Dal Lake with a rectangular central layout with four radiating arms.

Q. 19 One question from Judiciary asked.

Q. 20 What mountains surround Switzerland?
Ans. The Alps

  Switzerland is well known for the Alps in the south and south east. North of the Alps, the Swiss Plateau runs along the east–west axis of the country. Most of the population of Switzerland lives on the rolling hills and plains of the plateau.

Q. 21 One question from Arctic region asked.

Q. 22 What gas do rice fields produce?
Ans. Methane

Growing rice in flooded conditions causes up to 12% of global emissions of methane, a gas blamed for about one quarter of global warming caused by humans.

Q. 23 Who of the following prepared the “Periodic Table” ?
Ans. Mendeleev – old
Moseley – modern

Q. 24 How many crops are in M.S.P.?
Ans. 22 crops

Apart from Sugarcane for which FRP is declared by the Department of Food &Public Distribution, twenty two crops covered under MSP like –
Paddy, Jowar, Bajra, Maize, Ragi, Arhar, Moong, Urad, Groundnut-in-shell, Soyabean, Sunflower, Seasamum, Nigerseed, Cotton, Wheat, Barley, Gram, Masur (lentil) etc.

Q. 25 One question from “Kaziranga National Park” asked.

Q. 26 Which of the following is not a part of CPU?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 27 Who is the writer of “Poverty & Unbritish Rule in India” ?
Ans. Dada Bhai Naoriji

Q. 28 When did ‘Namak Satyagrah start” ?
Ans. 1930

It was the start of the civil disobedience movement which commenced as Mahatma Gandhi broke the salt law on the coastal town of Dandi on the Arabian Sea on April 5. Dandi March is also known as Namak Satyagrah or Salt Satyagraha.

RRB NTPC 23 January 2021 Asked Questions Morning Shift-

Q. 1 Which of the following queens of Ahmednagar fought against Badshah Akbar?
Ans. Chand Bibi

Chand Bibi is best known for defending Ahmednagar against the Mughal forces of Emperor Akbar in 1595.

Q. 2 “Tatya Tope” belongs to which of the following revolutions ?
Ans 1857 revolution

Q. 3 Where are Saal and Sagwan trees found in India?
Ans. According to given options

It is the most valuable and high price timber crop of India. It is a deciduous tall tree upto 40 m tall with grey to greyish brown branches. In India, sagwan plantation take place in 1842 and Chatu Menon from Kerala state is known as “Father of Indian Teak Plantation”.

Q. 4 Which is the highest peak in Nilgiris?
Ans. Doddabetta

The highest point in the Nilgiris and the southern extent of the range is Doddabetta.

Q. 5 Which of the following novel is the source of “Vande Mataram”?
Ans. “Anandamath”

“Vande Mataram”, originally pronounced as ‘Bande Mataram’ is a poem written in 1875 by Bankim Chandra Chatterjee that found a place in his novel “Anandamath” in 1882 with additional stanzas, means “I praise thee, Mother” or “I praise to thee, Mother”.

Q. 6 Which state in India is famous for its snake boat race?
Ans. State of Kerala

The annual snake boat race in the southern Indian state of Kerala is a unique sporting spectacle because of its scale and popularity.

Q. 7 What is “SAGA-220” ?
Ans. Supercomputer

SAGA-220 is a supercomputer built by the Indian Space Research Organisation. It was unveiled on 2 May 2011 by Dr K. Radhakrishnan, Chairman, ISRO. As of 8 January 2018, it is not the fastest supercomputer in India as it has been surpassed by the Pratyush supercomputer with a maximum theoretical speed of 220 TFlops.

Q. 8 One question from the gravitational force of the Sun and the Moon asked.

Q. 9 “FIFA World Cup 2022” will be held in –
Ans. Qatar

Q. 10 How many articles are there in Indian constitution?
Ans. 395

Q. 11 In which Cave is the painting of Padmapani Bodhisattva found?
Ans. cave one at Ajanta monastery.

Bodhisattva Padmapani from cave 1 at Ajanta monastery in central India late 5th century, likely 477. This extraordinary mural painting survives from early medieval India, preserved in the interior of the rock-cut Buddhist monastery of Ajanta.

Q. 12 What kind of tissue is parenchyma?
Ans. Simple Permanent Tissue

Parenchyma is a type of simple permanent tissue that makes a major part of ground tissues in plants, where other tissues like vascular tissues are embedded. They are non-vascular and composed of simple, living and undifferentiated cells, which are modified to perform various functions.

Q. 13 “Extinct Species” are mentioned in which book?
Ans. Red data book

Q. 14 The first rural (and 51st national) conference of Indian National Congress was held in –
Ans. Faizpur

The first rural (and 51st national) conference of Indian National Congress was held in Faizpur in 1936, Pandit Nehru was President and Rajmal Lalwani was the treasurer for that conference.

Q. 15 One Nibble equals to –
Ans. 4 bits

Q. 16 What are the main components of photosynthesis?
Ans. According to given options

Photosynthesis is a multi-step process that requires sunlight, carbon dioxide, and water as substrates. It produces oxygen and glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate (G3P or GA3P), simple carbohydrate molecules that are high in energy and can subsequently be converted into glucose, sucrose, or other sugar molecules.

Q. 17 Which was the first Super Computer of India?
Ans. PARAM 8000

PARAM 8000, India’s 1st Giga-scale supercomputer in 1990.

Q. 18 The “Battle of Chausa” was fought between –
Ans Shere Khan and Humayun (1534)

Q. 19 One question from the environment asked?

Q. 20 Which serves as an interface between the user and computer?
Ans. System (OS)

System (OS) serves as an interface between the user and computer.

Q. 21 What is the importance of Kesavananda Bharati case in Indian Constitution?
Ans. guarantees that the fundamental or ‘basic structure’ of the Indian Constitution can not be altered by parliamentary amendment.

He was the petitioner in Kesavananda Bharati v. State of Kerala, a landmark case that helped establish the basic structure doctrine of the Indian Constitution which guarantees that the fundamental or ‘basic structure’ of the Indian Constitution can not be altered by parliamentary amendment.

Q. 22 Which of the following is not a permanent member of UNO?
Ans. Malaysia

Q. 23 Where did “Aruna Asaf Ali ( Ganguly )” hoisted the “Indian National flag” during a Quit India Movement in 1942?
Ans. At the Gowalia Tank maidan, Bombay

Aruna Asaf Ali ( Ganguly ) (16 July 1909 – 29 July 1996 ) was an Indian educator, political activist, and publisher. An active participant in the Indian independence movement, she is widely remembered for hoisting the Indian National flag at the Gowalia Tank maidan, Bombay during a Quit India Movement in 1942.

Q. 24 When did the “NABARD” form ?
Ans 12 July 1982

Q. 25 Which five year plan is related to Mahalanobis model?
Ans. Second five year plan

P.C. Mahalanobis, in full Prasanta Chandra Mahalanobis, (born June 29, 1893, Calcutta [now Kolkata], India—died June 28, 1972, Calcutta), Indian statistician who devised the Mahalanobis distance and was instrumental in formulating India’s strategy for industrialization in the Second Five-Year Plan (1956–61).

Q. 26 Which are the main oil fields in Gujarat?
Ans. According to given options

During 2002-03, Gujarat produced more than 6 million tons of crude oil which accounted for more than 18% of the total oil production in India. Ankleshwar, Lunej, Kalol, Nawgam, Kosamba, Kathana, Barkol, Mehsana, and Sanand are the important oil fields in this region. Ankleshwar.

Q. 27 Which country was the second largest oil producer in 2019 ?
Ans. Russia

Russia is the second-largest producer of oil in the world, with a production rate of 11.2mbbl/day. Russia is expected to reap record oil and gas revenues from 2018-2024 due to tax changes and production growth, as well as a number of discoveries made in late 2018 and 2019.

Q. 28 The correct full form of UPU is –
Ans. Universal Postal Union

Q. 29 Phad painting in Rajasthan is related to –
Ans. Religion

Phad painting or phad is a style of religious scroll painting and folk painting, practiced in Rajasthan state of India. This style of painting is traditionally done on a long piece of cloth or canvas, known as phad.

Q. 30 Bhimrao Ambedkar International Airport is located in –
Ans. Nagpur

Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport (IATA: NAG, ICAO: VANP) is an international airport serving the city of Nagpur, Maharashtra, India. The airport is located at Sonegaon, 8 km (5 mi) South-West of Nagpur.

Q. 31 The correct full form of CSIR is –
Ans. Council of Scientific and Industrial Research

Q. 32 What is the ore of Rock salt?
Ans. Halite

Halite more commonly known as Rock salt is a mineral formed from sodium chloride. It’s chemical formula is NaCl and this also includes other variations of salt such as common salt and table salt. Rock salt tends to be the industrial name used for Halite.

23 January 2021 Evening Shift Asked Questions NTPC Exam-

Q. 1 In which state the “Ghoomar dance” is performed?
Ans. Rajasthan

Ghoomar is a traditional folk dance of Rajasthan. It was Bhil tribe who performed it to worship Goddess Sarasvati which was later embraced by other Rajasthani communities. The dance is chiefly performed by veiled women who wear flowing dresses called ghaghara.

Q. 2 Which program was launched to make all National Highways free of railway level crossings?
Ans. Setu Bharatam programme

    The Setu Bharatam programme was launched to make all National Highways free of railway level crossings in order to prevent the frequent accidents and loss of lives at level crossings.

Q. 3 What is the capital of Chhattisgarh?
Ans. Raipur

Q. 4 India’s first floating school is located in –
Ans. Manipur

 Loktak lake, the largest freshwater lake in the country, has now become home to first of its kind loktak floating elementary school. Situated about 50 km from Imphal, the school has been inaugurated at Langolsabi Leikai of Champu Khangpok village in Manipur.  

Q. 5 Which part of cell is called the powerhouse of the cell?
Ans. Mitochondria

   Mitochondria are tiny organelles inside cells that are involved in releasing energy from food. This process is known as cellular respiration. It is for this reason that mitochondria are often referred to as the powerhouses of the cell.

Q. 6 One question from modem asked.

     A modem is a device that sends information between the outside world or Wide Area Network (WAN), and your home. A modem turns your inbound connection (coax cable, telephone line, fiber optic line, or other) into an Ethernet connection, which then allows a Wi-Fi router to connect to the Internet.

Q.7 Which device converts AC current into DC current?
Ans. Rectifier

 A rectifier is an electrical device that converts alternating current (AC), which periodically reverses direction, to direct current (DC), which flows in only one direction.

Q. 8 What kind of disease is measles?
Ans. Viral infection

   Measles is caused by Rubeola virus, which belongs to the Paramyxovirus family. Measles is an acute systemic viral infection with fever, respiratory involvement and symptoms, and a rash. Measles can cause serious complications and even fatalities.

Q. 9 Where is Kathakali dance performed ?
Ans. Kerala

Kerala is the home of several traditional dance and dance – drama forms, the most notable being Kathakali. Kathakali, as a dance form popular today, is considered to be of comparatively recent origin.

Q. 10 Who of the following persuaded Gandhi ji to go to Champaran?
Ans. Raj Kumar Shukla

 Raj Kumar Shukla and Sant Raut, a moneylender who owned some land, persuaded Gandhi to go to Champaran and thus, the Champaran Satyagraha began.

Q. 11 Who built the Charminar of Hyderabad ?
Ans. Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah

     Charminar, the Mosque of the four minarets, was built by Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah in 1591. He was the fifth sultan of the Qutb Shahi dynasty of Golkonda and founded the city of Hyderabad. It is said the sultan built Charminar to honour his wife, Bhagmati.

Q. 12 What consists of White Blood Cells and Platelets?
Ans. Plasma

 Plasma is the liquid component of blood, in which the red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets are suspended. It constitutes more than half of the blood's volume and consists mostly of water that contains dissolved salts (electrolytes) and proteins. The major protein in plasma is albumin.

Q. 13 What kind of device is Hard Disc?
Ans. Secondary

Q. 14 On which river the first dam was built in India after independence?
Ans. Mahanadi River

Q. 15 Which of the following is not a part of Hardware?
Ans. MS office

Q. 16 Which device is used for measuring the distance traveled by a vehicle?
Ans. Odometer

     An odometer is a device that is used for measuring the distance traveled by a vehicle. The odometer is usually situated in the vehicle's dashboard. The word "odometer" is derived from two Greek words meaning path and measure. ... A windowed casing shows only the current mileage of the vehicle and not the mechanical parts.

Q. 17 “Ghiya Su Di Din Balban” ruled as the Sultan from –
Ans. 1265 -1287

Ghiya Su Di Din Balban ruled as the Sultan from 1265 until his death in 1287. Balban’s heir was his older son, Prince Muhammad Khan, but he perished in a battle against the Mongols on 9 March 1285. His other son, Bughra Khan, was reluctant to assume the throne, and sought to remain the ruler of Bengal instead.

Q. 18 How many times India was selected as non non-permanent member of UNO?
Ans. 8 times

Q. 19 How many megacities are there in India till 2030?
Ans Seven

Q. 20 The aim of “Saubhagya Yojana” is –
Ans. To achieve 24×7 power for all by 2019 by providing electricity connection to each household across the country.

Q. 21 What is the longest part of “Human Body” ?
Ans. Skin

Q. 22 “Sardar Sarovar Dam” is built on which river?
Ans. Narmada River

Q. 23 Who of the following girls from Nepal danced continuously for 126 hours?
Ans. Bandana Nepal

Bandana Nepal is a resident of Dhankuta district in eastern Nepal. Kathmandu: A Nepali teenager danced continuously for 126 hours to set a Guinness World Records on “Longest Dancing Marathon by an Individual”, a feat previously hold by an Indian.

Q. 24 Which state of India is the most populous as per census 2011?
Ans. Uttar Pradesh

Q. 25 “The Chashma Nuclear Power Plant” is located in –
Ans. Pakistan

  The Chashma Nuclear Power Plant (or CHASNUPP), is a large commercial nuclear power plant located in the vicinity of Chashma colony and Kundian in Punjab in Pakistan.

Q. 27 Who is the ambassador of India to Bangladesh?
Ans. Vikram Doraiswami (IFS since 11 February 2019)

Q. 28 Where did Bahadur Shah Zafar exile after the 1857 revolution?
Ans. Rangoon

 The British exiled Bahadur Shah Zafar to Rangoon in British-controlled Burma (now in Myanmar), after convicting him on several charges. Zafar's father, Akbar II, had been imprisoned by the British and he was not his father's preferred choice as his successor.

Q. 29. Who is the writer of Padmavati?
Ans. Malik Muhammad Jayasi

         Sufi poet Malik Muhammad Jayasi wrote his epic poem Padmavat, the story of Padmavati, princess of Simhal and her lover and husband, Ratansen, the king of Chittor, continues to capture the imagination of readers everywhere.

RRB NTPC 22 January 2021 Morning Shift Questions

Q. 1 Who of the following is popularly known as “Deshbandhu” ?
Ans. Chittaranjan Das

Chittaranjan Das pronunciation (C. R. Das), popularly called Deshbandhu (Friend of the Nation), (5 November 1870 – 16 June 1925), was an Indian freedom fighter, political activist and lawyer during the Indian independence movement and founder-leader of the Swaraj Party (Independence party) in Bengal.

Q. 2 National Voters’ Day” is celebrated every year on –
Ans. January 25

In order to encourage more young voters to take part in the political process, the Government of India has decided to celebrate January 25 every year as “National Voters’ Day”. It has been started from January 26, 2011 to mark the Commission’s foundation day.

Q. 3 What muscle is attached to the hip bone?
Ans. Iliopsoas muscle

The iliopsoas muscle is a powerful hip flexor that runs across the top of the hip joint and works to pull the knee up and off the ground. It’s made up of two muscles: the psoas and iliacus. These muscles run from the lower spine and pelvis, join together, then attach by a tendon to the upper thigh.

Q. 4 Which of the following is not an official language of UNO?
Ans. According to given options.

There are six official languages of the UN. These are Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish.

Q. 5 The “Earth Day” is celebrated every year on –
Ans. 22 April

Q. 6 Where is the “Indira Gandhi Nuclear Centre” located?
Ans. Kalpakkam (Tamilnadu)

Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research (IGCAR), Kalpakkam

Q. 7 Which district of Jammu Kashmir is the largest producer of saffron?
Ans. District Pulwama

District Pulwama, commonly known as saffron bowl of Kashmir, is dominant in saffron production followed by Budgam, Srinagar and Kishtwar districts. Saffron (Crocus sativus) is one of the most important foreign exchange earners crop among the spices grown entirely in the state of Jammu and Kashmir in India.

Q. 8 One question from gases asked

Q. 9 Who had not been president of “Indian National Congress”?
Ans. Rajaram Mohan Roy (according to given options)

Q. 10 “Adi Granth” is the principal sacred scripture of –
Ans. Sikhism

Adi Granth is the principal sacred scripture of Sikhism. Originally compiled under the direction of Arjan Dev (1563–1606), the fifth Sikh guru, it contains hymns and religious poetry as well as the teachings of the first five gurus.

Q. 11 What is the aim of “Mission Indradhanush” ?
Ans. To ensure full immunization

The ultimate goal of Mission Indradhanush is to ensure full immunization with all available vaccines for children up to two years of age and pregnant women.

Q. 12 Who of the following got the “Padma Vibhushan Award” in 2020?
Ans. P. V. Sindhu (According to given options)

Q. 13 Which of the following is a member of UNO?
Ans. China, (according to given options )

Q. 14 When did the prime minister of Britain Clement Attlee
come to India?
Ans. 1946, (During Cabinet Mission)

Q. 15 Which of the following is not a plant hormone?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 16 In which article of Indian Constitution the protection of interests of minorities is mentioned?
Ans. Article 29

Q. 17 Where is the “Elephant Festival” celebrated?
Ans. Jaipur

Q. 18 Which monument was built in memory of soldiers who lost their lives in World War 1?
Ans. India Gate

India Gate, an important monument of the city, is a memorial built in commemoration of more than 80,000 Indian soldiers who were killed during World War I. The monument is an imposing 42 meters high arch and was designed by the famous architect Edwin Lutyens. India gate was earlier named All India War Memorial.

Q. 19 The modern periodic table is based on –
Ans. Atomic numbers

Q. 20 In which city is the Human Space Flight Center inaugurated by the ISRO chairman?
Ans. Bengaluru

K Sivan, Secretary, DOS/Chairman, ISRO, inaugurated Human Space Flight Centre (HSFC) today (30th Jan’2019) at ISRO Headquarter campus in Bengaluru. Directors of other ISRO Centres, former Chairman and other dignitaries were also present during this event.

Q. 21 One question from “Bio degradation” asked?

Q. 22 Dadasaheb Phalke Award is given in which field?
Ans. Indian cinema

Q. 23 The concept of five year plan was derived from-
Ans. the Soviet Union (USSR)

The Five-Year Plans were centralised and integrated national economic programs. The first such plan was implemented in the Soviet Union in 1928 by Joseph Stalin.

Q. 24 Who built the Jantar Mantar in Jaipur ?
Ans. Maharaja Jai Singh

Q. 25 Where is the headquarters of AGMARK located?
Ans. Faridabad (Haryana)

The AGMARK Head Office at Faridabad (Haryana) is legally enforced in India by the Agricultural Produce (Grading and Marking) Act of 1937 (and amended in 1986).

Q. 26 Who discovered the first version of “HTML”?
Ans. Tim Berners-Lee

The first version of HTML was written by Tim Berners-Lee in 1993. Since then, there have been many different versions of HTML. The most widely used version throughout the 2000’s was HTML 4.01, which became an official standard in December 1999.

RRB NTPC 22 January 2021 Evening Shift GK Asked Questions

Q. 1 What causes “kala azar” or black fever ?
Ans. protozoan (according to options)

There are 3 main forms of leishmaniases – visceral (also known as kala-azar, which is and the most serious form of the disease), cutaneous (the most common), and mucocutaneous. Leishmaniasis is caused by the protozoan Leishmania parasites which are transmitted by the bite of infected female phlebotomine sandflies.

Q. 2 Which of the following is the latest film of India nominated for Oscar Award?
Ans. Lagaan

Q. 3 Which of the following is a plant hormone?
Ans. Insulin

Q. 4 “World Technology Day” is observed every year on –
Ans. 11 May

Q. 5 Who was CEO of “Instagram” in October 2020?
Ans. Kevin Systrom

Q. 6 In which state the “Kumbh Mela” held on the bank of Shipra river?
Ans. Madhya Pradesh

Q. 7 In which year did A.R. Rahman win “oscar award” two times?
Ans. 2009

Rahman created history in 2009 by winning two Oscar awards.

Q. 8 When did “PETA India” formed?
Ans. 2000

Q. 9 Silver becomes black because of –
Ans. Hydrogen sulfide (sulfur)

Silver becomes black because of hydrogen sulfide (sulfur), a substance that occurs in the air. When silver comes into contact with it, a chemical reaction takes place and a black layer is formed.

Q. 10 “Dhanu Yatra” festival is celebrated in which state?
Ans. Odisha (Badgarh)

Q. 11 What is found in a plant cell?
Ans. according to given options

Plant cells are eukaryotic, which means that they contain a distinct nucleus. Plant cells have three unique structures which set them apart from other eukaryotes, such as animal cells: the cell wall, plastids, and vacuoles.

Q. 12 One question from the president asked.

Q. 13 The ” Wildlife Day” is celebrated every year on –
Ans. 03 March

Q. 14 What was the first social networking site?
Ans. SixDegrees.com

The first social media site is born (1997) On one of the first true social media sites, SixDegrees.com, you could set up a profile page, create lists of connections, and send messages within networks.

Q. 15 Which scheme provides to farmers 6000 rs annually?

Q. 16 “Mahabalipuram Temple” is located in –
Ans. Tamil Nadu

Mahabalipuram, also known as Mamallapuram, is a town in Chengalpattu district in the southeastern Indian state of Tamil Nadu, best known for the UNESCO World Heritage Site of 7th- and 8th-century Hindu Group of Monuments at Mahabalipuram. It is one of the famous tourist sites in India.

Q. 17 one question from the Insurance Scheme has been asked.

Q. 18 From which month the Saka Samvat starts?
And. Chaitra

The first month of the Saka Samvat is Chaitra which begins on March 22 which corresponds with March 21 during the leap year.

Q. 19 What was the reason for the death of Lala Lajpatrai?
Ans. Protest against the Simon Commission.

Lala Lajpat Rai breathed his last on November 17, 1928 after getting hurt due to a baton charge ordered by the superintendent of police James A Scott. Rai was leading a non-violent march in protest against the Simon Commission which was set up to report on the political situation in India.

Q. 20 One question from Padma Vibhushan asked.

Q. 21 What is “MS DOS”?
Ans. Operating System

Q. 22 Which country signed an MoU with India for “Road Infrastructure”?
Ans. Austria

Q. 23 Railways Women Helpline Number is –
Ans 182

Q. 24 “Bardo Chham” is a folk dance performed in –
Ans. Arunachal Pradesh

Bardo Chham is a folk dance of Sherdukpens, a small community of West Kameng District of Arunachal Pradesh, Bardo Chham is based on the stories of good and evil. According to the local beliefs, there are both good and evil in mankind.

Q. 25 In which amendment did Sikkim become part of India?
Ans. 36th

In 1974, Sikkim became an associate State of India. By an Act of Parliament titled the Constitution (Thirty-sixth Amendment) Act, 1975, Sikkim became an integral part of the Indian Union on 26 April 1975.

RRB NTPC 21 January 2021 Morning Shift Asked Questions

Q.1 “The Ilbert Bill” was a legislative act introduced in 1883 during the tenure of which Viceroy?
Ans. Lord Ripon

The Ilbert Bill was a legislative act introduced in 1883 during the tenure of Viceroy Ripon and written by Sir Courtenay Pergine Ilbert. The act stipulated that Indian judges could try Europeans.

Q. 2 The “Grey Revolution” is related to-
Ans. Fertilizer production

Grey revolution is related to increased fertilizer production. It is basically associated with the mal effects of the green revolution of India focusing on what can happen if the new agricultural equipment turns things wrong.

Q. 3 Which article of the Indian Constitution is related to Official Language?
Ans. Article 343

Article 343(1) of the Constitution provides that Hindi in Devanagari script shall be the Official Language of the Union.

Q. 4 Which of the following is not an Operating system?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 5 Which of the following states does not have a common boundary with Nepal?
Ans. Jharkhand

Q. 6 When was the “First Five year Plan” launched?
Ans. 1951 – 1956

Q. 7 Who was the first secretary-general of UNO?
Ans. Trygve Lie

Trygve Lie, the first United Nations secretary-general,

Q. 8 When was the third ” Anglo-Mysore War” fought?
Ans. 1790 – 1792

Q. 9 In which state the Panchayat Raj system was first adopted in India?
Ans. Rajasthan (Nagaur)

The Panchayat Raj system was first adopted by the state of Rajasthan in Nagaur district on 2 Oct 1959 but first started by Andhra Pradesh. During the 1950s and 60s, other state governments adopted this system as laws were passed to establish panchayats in various states. Maharashtra was the ninth state.

Q. 10 Which of the following is not a type of “Non – Volatile Memory” ?
Ans. According to given Options

Examples of non-volatile memory include flash memory, read-only memory (ROM), ferroelectric RAM, most types of magnetic computer storage devices (e.g. hard disk drives, floppy disks, and magnetic tape), optical discs, and early computer storage methods such as paper tape and punched cards.

Q. 11 Who of the following had not been the governor of RBI ?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 12 Which is the largest gland in the human body?
Ans. Liver

The liver is large, reddish-brown organs that lie on the right side of the belly weighing about 3 pounds. It is the largest gland.

Q. 13 The extinct species are mentioned in –
Ans. Red data Book

Q. 14 “Rabindra Nath Tagore” was awarded the Nobel Prize because of which book?
Ans. Gitanjali (1913)

Internationally, Gitanjali is Tagore’s best-known collection of poetry, for which he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1913 .

Q. 15 One question about “Nitrogen Mixed Material” asked ?

Q. 16 Which bank was merged into SBI in 1955?
Ans. the Imperial Bank of India

On 1 July 1955, the Imperial Bank of India became the State Bank of India. In 2008, the Government of India acquired the Reserve Bank of India’s stake in SBI so as to remove any conflict of interest because the RBI is the country’s banking regulatory authority.

Q. 17 Which country will host “ICC Cricket World Cup” 2023 ?
Ans. India

Q. 18 One question from Electroplating Method asked.
About – Electroplating is the process by which a metal gets deposited over the other in the presence of metal salt (in aqueous solution). In this process, the water molecule is given out as the end product. Hence the principle behind electroplating is hydrolysis.

Q. 19 Which satellite was launched by ISRO in 2019?
Ans. GSAT -31

Q. 20 How many languages are mentioned in the 8th schedule of the Indian Constitution ?
Ans. 22 languages

Q. 21 “The Copa America Football 2019” winner is –
Ans. Brazil

The Copa America is South America’s most prestigious tournament.

Q. 22 When was the “World Bank” established ?
Ans. 1944

Q. 23 “National Pollution Control Day” is celebrated each year on –
Ans. 02 December

Q. 24 12496, 12472, 12448….?
Ans. 12424

Q. 25 One question from Alai Masjid asked?
About – The Alai Minar is an unfinished tower in the Qutub Complex, construction of which was started by Alauddin Khilji. After Khilji had doubled the size of the Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque he decided to constructed a tower which would be twice the height of the Qutub Minar.

Q. 26 Which is the second highest peak of the Himalaya?
Ans. K2 (Godwin Austin)

RRB NTPC 21-01-2021 Evening Shift Asked Questions

Q. 1 Who of the following published the “Al-Hilal” news paper?
Ans. Maulana Abul Kalam Azad’s

Maulana Abul Kalam Azad’s Al-Hilal began publishing a hundred years ago today. Exactly a hundred years ago to this day, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad — the country’s first Education Minister, freedom fighter and Islamic scholar — came out with the first edition of his newspaper Al-Hilal, an Urdu weekly from Calcutta.

Q. 2 Which of the following diseases caused by a lack of protein in the diet?
Ans. Kwashiorkor

Kwashiorkor, also known as “edematous malnutrition” because of its association with edema (fluid retention), is a nutritional disorder most often seen in regions experiencing famine. It is a form of malnutrition caused by a lack of protein in the diet.

Q. 3 What was there before Qutub Minar in Delhi ?
Ans. Qubbat-ul-Islam Mosque

The Qubbat-ul-Islam Mosque (Dome of Islam), later corrupted into Quwwat-ul Islam, stands next to the Qutb Minar.The Quwwat ul-Islam Mosque was originally built from the remains of 27 older Hindu and Jain temples. The pillars of the temples were reused and the original images plastered over.

Q. 4 Who gave the slogan “Quit India Movement “?
Ans. Mahatma Gandhi, (1942)

Q. 5 One question from DRDO asked.

Q. 6 “Mid Day Meal Scheme” comes under which Ministry?
Ans. Ministry of HRD

The MDM Scheme comes under the Ministry of HRD. It was launched in the year 1995 as a centrally sponsored scheme.

Q. 7 What is the correct full form of DDL?
Ans. Data Definition Language

Q. 8 “Munshi Premchand” was popularly known to his pen name –
Ans. Dhanpat Rai

Born in Lamhi, a village near Varanasi on July 31, 1880, Dhanpat Rai Srivastav went on to become one of India’s greatest literary figures and was popularly known by his pen name Munshi Premchand.

Q. 9 When was right to property removed from fundamental rights?
Ans. 44th amendment, 1978

Q. 10 One question from folk dance asked.

Q. 11 The “Train 18” is also known as –
Ans. Vande Bharata Express

“Train 18 will now be known as Vande Bharata Express. It’s a train built completely in India by Indian engineers, in a span of 18 months.

Q. 12 Who of the following is not elected by the president of India?
Ans. Chief Minister

Q. 13 What is the SI unit for resistance?
Ans. ohm (Ω).

The S.I. unit of electrical resistance is ohm (Ω).

Q. 14 Which type of Economy in India is being followed?
Ans. Mixed economy

India has a mixed economy. Half of India’s workers rely on agriculture, the signature of a traditional economy. 10 One-third of its workers are employed by the services industry, which contributes two-thirds of India’s output.

Q. 15 Which of the following is the oldest institution?
Ans. International Labour Organization ( according to given options )

Q. 16 Who of the following won the “Best Actor Award” of Filmfare in 2020?
Ans. Ranveer Singh

Q. 17 Which is the longest bone of the human body?
Ans. Femur

Q. 18 What are the three main components of CPU?
Ans. “Immediate Access Store, ALU, CU

The CPU is made up of three main components, the control unit , the immediate access store and the arithmetic and logic unit .

Q. 19 one question from Agriculture asked.

Q. 20 When did “Bhagat Singh” throw a bomb over the Central Legislative Assembly?
Ans. April 8, 1929

Bhagat Singh along with Batukeshwar Dutt bombed the Central Legislative Assembly on April 8, 1929. However, their aim was not to hurt anyone but raise their voice for freedom.

Q. 21 The “Blue Revolution” is related to –
Ans. The production of fish and marine product

Q. 22 one question from the Nuclear reactor asked.

Q. 23 Which river is also known as “Yellow River”?
Ans. Huang He

Yellow River, Chinese (Pinyin) Huang He or (Wade-Giles romanization) Huang Ho, also spelled Hwang Ho, English Yellow River, principal river of northern China, east-central and eastern Asia. The Yellow River is often called the cradle of Chinese civilization.

Q. 24 Who was the governor in India during ” The Battle of Plassey”?
Ans. Robert Clive

Q. 25 Which body of UNO is related to Environment?

Q. 26 Indian Constitution is divided into –
Ans. 22 parts

Q. 27 Which of the following institutions issues currency in India?
Ans. Reserve Bank of India

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) prints and manages currency in India, whereas the Indian government regulates what denominations to circulate. The Indian government is solely responsible for minting coins. The RBI is permitted to print currency up to 10,000 rupee notes.

RRB NTPC 20 January 2021 GK Asked Questions Morning Shift

Q. 1 ” Taklamakan Desert” is located in –
Ans. China

Q. 2 Who gave the “Law of Planetary Motion” ?
Ans. Johannes Kepler

He inherited Tycho’s post as Imperial Mathematician when Tycho died in 1601. Using the precise data that Tycho had collected, Kepler discovered that the orbit of Mars was an ellipse. In 1609 he published Astronomia Nova, delineating his discoveries, which are now called Kepler’s first two laws of planetary motion.

Q. 3 Which scheme provides free LPG cylinders?
Ans. PM Ujjwala Yojana

Q. 4 Who won the “Nobel Peace Prize” in 2007?
Ans. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and Albert Arnold (Al)

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and Albert Arnold (Al) Gore Jr. have been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize “for their efforts to build up and disseminate greater knowledge about man-made climate change, and to lay the foundations for the measures that are needed to counteract such change.”

Q. 5 Who is the Orange Cap holder of IPL 2020?
Ans. K. L. Rahul

Q. 6 ” Gir National Park” is located in –
Ans. Gujarat

Q. 7 Who gave humans their scientific name?
Ans. Carl Linnaeus

See Homininae for an overview of taxonomy. The Latin noun homō (genitive hominis) means “human being” or “man” in the generic sense of “human being, mankind”. The binomial name Homo sapiens was coined by Carl Linnaeus (1758).

Q. 8 Who is the current president of Srilanka?
Ans. Gotabaya Rajapaksa

Q. 9 Which strait connects the “Arctic Ocean and Pacific Ocean”?
Ans. Bering Strait

Q. 10 Who of the following designed the ” Gateway of India”?
Ans. George Wittet

The structure is an arch made of basalt, 26 metres (85 feet) high. The final design of George Wittet was sanctioned in 1914 and the construction of the monument was completed in 1924. The Gateway was later used as a symbolic ceremonial entrance to India for Viceroys and the new Governors of Bombay.

Q. 11 Who was the first woman president of Indian National Congress?
Ans. Annie Besant

Q. 12 Who of the following was awarded with Padma Vibhushan in 2020?
Ans. According to given options. (Total 7 people were awarded with this prize)

Q. 13 Who is the creator of the “C programming language” in computer system?
Ans. Dennis Ritchie

Q. 14 Which magazine was published by Mahatma Gandhi in South Africa?
Ans. The Indian Opinion

The Indian Opinion was a newspaper established by Indian leader Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. The publication was an important tool for the political movement led by Gandhi and the Natal Indian Congress to fight racial discrimination and win civil rights for the Indian immigrant community in South Africa.

Q. 15 One question from PM Jandhan scheme asked.

Q. 16 Who has been the governor of RBI in 2020?
Ans. Shaktikanta Das

Q. 17 Who is the current CEO of NITI Aayog?
Ans. Amitabh Kant

Amitabh Kant is presently CEO of National Institution for Transforming India (NITI). He is a member of the Indian Administrative Service, IAS (Kerala Cadre: 1980 batch).

Q. 18 One question from fundamental Duties asked.

Q. 19 Who wrote the “India Divided” book?
Ans. Rajendra Prasad

Q. 20 One question from the National Pension Scheme asked.

Q. 21 Which of the following is called “Super Network”?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 22 Which of the following ports is not located to the eastern coast of India?
Ans. According to given options

There are seven major port located on the east coast of India i.e. Tuticorin (Tamil Nadu), Chennai (Tamil Nadu), Ennore (Tamil Nadu), Visakhapatnam (Andhra Pradesh), Paradip (Odisha), Haldia & Kolkata (West Bengal), and Port Blair (Andaman & Nicobar Island)

Q. 23 How many Power Plants are there in India?
Ans. 22

At present, India has 22 operating reactors in 7 nuclear power plants with an installed capacity of 6780 MWe.

Q. 24 Which of the following countries is not a member of BRICS?
Ans. Srilanka ( according to given options )

Q. 25 Which country is the largest coffee producer in the world ?
Ans. Brazil

Brazil, the top coffee producing country, accounted for 40 percent of the global coffee supply. Vietnam, was the second largest coffee producer, accounting for roughly 20 percent of the world coffee production. The coffee trade is one of Brazil’s most prolific industries.

Q. 26 “International Rice Research Institute” headquartered in –
Ans. Los Baños, Philippines

The institute, headquartered in Los Baños, Philippines, has offices in 17 rice-growing countries in Asia and Africa, and more than 1,000 staff.

Q. 27. One question from Gulf Stream asked

Q. 28 What is the scientific name of Wheat?
Ans. Triticum aestivum

Q. 29 Who is called the ” father of computers” ?
Ans. Charles Babbage

Charles Babbage (1791-1871) was an extraordinarily talented scientist, mathematician, economist and engineer. He is best known today – as he was in his lifetime – for inventing two types of cogwheel calculating machines.

Evening Shift RRB NTPC 20 January GK Question in English

Q.1      When did Antyodaya Yojana start?

Ans.      2000

       In order to make TPDS more focused and targeted towards this category of population, the “Antyodaya Anna Yojana” (AAY) was launched in December, 2000 for one crore poorest of the poor families.

Q. 2       What is the principal  language of  Lakshadweep?

Ans.        Malayalam

The principal languages of Lakshadweep are Malayalam, Jeseri (Dweep Bhasha) and Mahl. The people of all the northern islands speak a dialect of Malayalam with the influence of Tamil and Arabic similar to Arwi.

Q. 3     The Frame of Idols is made of –

Ans.       Plaster of Paris 

Q. 4       The headquarter of “INTERPOL”  is located in –

Ans.       Lyon, France.

             INTERPOL is the world’s largest international police organization operating world-wide with 186 member countries. Its headquarters, the General Secretariat, are located in Lyon, France.

Q. 5       Which scale is used to measure hydrogen ion concentration in an aqueous solution?

Ans.       ph scale

pH is a measure of the hydrogen ion concentration in an aqueous solution. Essentially, pH measures acidity and alkalinity on a scale from 0.0 to 14.0. Pure water at room temperature (77° F) has a neutral pH, measuring 7.0.

Q. 6       Which book was written by “Devaki Nandan Khatri” ?

Ans.       Chandrakanta

             Devaki Nandan Khatri (18 June 1861 – 1 August 1913) was an Indian writer who belonged to the first generation of popular novelists in the modern Hindi language. He lived in Varanasi and wrote the historic fiction fantasy novel Chandrakanta.

Q. 7     The source of “Fundamental Rights”  in Indian Constitution is –

Ans.       U.S.A.

Q. 8       Where is “Banihal Pass”  located?

Ans.      Jammu Kashmir

Banihal Pass  is a mountain pass across the Pir Panjal Range at a maximum elevation of 2,832 m (9,291 ft). It connects the Kashmir Valley in the union territory of Jammu and Kashmir to the outer Himalaya and the plains to the south.

Q. 9     Which of the following is not a character of “Ionic Bond”?

Ans.      According to given options

          Ionic compounds are hard and brittle. Ionic compounds dissociate into ions when dissolved in water. Solutions of ionic compounds and melted ionic compounds conduct electricity, but solid materials do not. An ionic compound can be identified by its chemical formula: metal + nonmetal or polyatomic ions.

Q. 10     Which monument was  architected  by Ustaad Ahemad Lahori?

Ans.     Tajmahal

Ustad Ahmad Lahori was an architect in present day India during Mughal Empire. It is said that he was the chief architect of the Taj Mahal in Agra, India, built between 1632 and 1648 during the ruling period of Mughal emperor Shah Jahan.

Q. 11     Which writ safeguards the personal freedom (arrest) of a citizen ?

Ans.      Habeas Corpus

Q. 12     Which one of the following is not an extension of video file format in computers?

             Options -. MP4, .JPEG, . MKV,

Ans.         JPEG

Q. 13      In which city of India the office of UNEP is located?

Ans.        New Delhi

Q. 14     When did Mahatma Gandhi deliver his speech in B.H.U.?

Ans.          1916

Q. 15      One question from Kerala Temple asked.

Q. 16      The “Yakshagan dance” is related to –

Ans.         Karnataka

Yakshagana, a dance-drama of South India, is associated most strongly with the state of Karnataka. Elaborate and colourful costumes, makeup, and masks constitute some of the most-striking features of the art form.

Q. 17      One question from National Highway asked.

Q. 18      Who incorporated  the “Law of Conservation of Mass”?

Ans.      Dalton

  Dalton incorporated the law of conservation of mass into his atomic theory by asserting that a. atoms are indivisible.Atoms can not be destroyed in chemical reactions.

Q. 19       One question from a book written by Mahatma Gandhi.

Q. 20       ISRO launched 28 satellites together with EMISAT in 2019  from which space centre?

Ans.      Satish Dhawan space centre

         India’s Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C45) today successfully launched EMISAT and 28 international customer satellites from Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC) SHAR in Sriharikota. This flight marked the first mission of PSLV-QL, a new variant of PSLV with four strap-on motors.

Q. 21      Who among the following  scientists is not related to the “Atomic Bomb” ?

Ans.       J. Robert Oppenheimer

Q. 22     One question from plaster of paris.

Q. 23      Who developed the law of triads?

Ans.       Johann Dobereiner

In 1829, a German chemist, Johann Dobereiner (1780–1849), placed various groups of three elements into groups called triads.

Q. 24     Calcium Oxide is also known as –

Ans.        Quick Lime  (Cao)

      Calcium oxide, CaO, also known as lime or more specifically quicklime, is a white or grayish-white solid produced in large quantities by roasting calcium carbonate so as to drive off carbon dioxide.

19 January 2021 RRB NTPC Morning Shift Questions

Q. 1 Which country is the largest wheat producer in the world?
Ans. China

Q. 2 Who was the first viceroy of India ?
Ans. Lord Canning

Q. 3 Which scheme provides the guarantee of 100 days work in India?

The Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme is open to all rural households in the areas notified by the Government of India. The entitlement of 100 days of guaranteed employment in a financial year is in terms of a household. This entitlement of 100 days per year can be shared within the household.

Q. 4 Which policy did Lord Dalhousie start for annexation?
Ans. Doctrine of lapse

The chief instrument through which Lord Dalhousie implemented his policy of annexation was the ‘Doctrine of Lapse. ‘ Under the Doctrine of Lapse, when the ruler of a protected state died without a natural heir, his/her state was not to pass to an adopted heir as sanctioned by the age-old tradition of the country.

Q. 5 Which state is the largest producer of “Mica” in India?
Ans. Andhra Pradesh

Q. 6 The correct full form of C.L.I. is –
Ans. Command Line Input

CLI is a command line program that accepts text input to execute operating system functions.

Q. 7 Which of the following is not a launch vehicle?

Q. 8 Which of the following committees was appointed by the British government to investigate into the massacre in Jallianwala Bagh ?
Ans. Hunter commission

Q. 9 One Petabyte equals to –
Ans. 1024 terabytes

Q. 10 Who won best female actress Oscars 2020?
Ans. Renee Zellweger – Judy

Q. 11 One question from the Crystallisation method asked.

Q. 12 “Brahmagiri Wildlife Sanctuary” is located in which state?
Ans. Karnataka

Brahmagiri Wildlife Sanctuary The Brahmagiri wildlife sanctuary is located in the Kodagu (Coorg) district, Karnataka state and is part of the Western Ghats.

Q.13 Where is the Madhavpur mela being held ?
Ans. Porbandar district

The annual fair is held at Madhavpur Ghed in Porbandar district and the Mela this year will commence on 2nd April, a day after the Ram Navami festival.

Q. 14 One question from education MoU

Q. 15 EWay Bill is related to?
Ans. GST collection

EWay Bill is an Electronic Way bill for movement of goods to be generated on the EWayBill Portal. A GST registered person cannot transport goods in a vehicle whose value exceeds Rs. 50,000 (Single Invoice/bill/delivery challan) without an e-way bill that is generated on ewaybillgst.gov.in.

Q. 16 Who elected the Lok Sabha ?
Ans. Members of Parliament

Q. 17 Which gland produces growth hormone in humans?
Ans. The pituitary gland

Q. 18 “The Idukki Dam” is located on which river?
Ans. Periyar River

Q. 19 In which city the biggest bus terminal of Asia is located?
Ans. Chennai

Q. 20 Which river is the source of “Victoria Fall”?
Ans. Zambezi River

Q. 21 When did Gandhiji came from Africa?
Ans. 1915

Q. 22 Where Tora Bora (“Black Cave”) is located?
Ans. Afghanistan

Q. 23 Which acid is found in vinegar?

Q. 24 Which of the following is the largest company (PSU) ?
Ans. According to given Options

Q. 25 Which country will host the UN’s COP 26 climate change summit in 2021?
Ans. Glasgow (Scotland )

The 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, also known as COP26, is the 26th United Nations Climate Change conference. It is scheduled to be held in Glasgow, Scotland, from 1 to 12 November 2021 under the presidency of the United Kingdom.

Q. 26 The “Supreme Court” issues writ under which article?
Ans. Article 32

RRB NTPC 19-01-2021 Evening Shift Questions

Q. 1 Which of the following soils is also called Regur?
Ans. Black Soil

Black soils are also known as regur soil and cotton soil. This soil is black in colour, and it is suitable for growing cotton. Black soil is typical of the Deccan trap region and formed due to weathering of basaltic lava.

Q. 2 Who discovered the “Neutron”?
Ans. Sir James Chadwick

The story begins in 1932, with the discovery of the neutron by Sir James Chadwick, an English physicist. Until 1932, the atom was known to consist of a positively charged nucleus surrounded by enough negatively charged electrons to make the atom electrically neutral.

Q. 3 Who was the wife of Chandragupta Maurya?
Ans. Durdhara

Durdhara was the first queen of the Maurya Empire and wife of Chandragupta Maurya, the founder of the 4th-century BCE Maurya Empire of ancient India.

Q. 4 How many players are there in the kabaddi team ?
Ans. 07

Each team must have a minimum of 10 (ten) Players and a maximum of 12 (twelve) Players in its match-day playing squad. 7 (seven) Players shall take the ground at a time and the remaining 3 (three) to 5 (five) Players shall be substitutes.

Q. 5 When was Chandrayaan – 1 launched?
Ans. 2008

Chandrayaan-1, India’s first mission to Moon, was launched successfully on October 22, 2008 from SDSC SHAR, Sriharikota.

Q. 6 Which key is used for copying?
Ans. Ctrl+C

Q. 7 The third part of Indian Constitution is related to –
Ans. Fundamental Rights

Q. 8 The oldest evidence of pottery manufacturing in Indus Valley civilization has been found in –
Ans. Kalibangan

Q. 9 Kaziranga National Park is located in –
Ans. Assam

Kaziranga national park is located fairly in the Golaghat and Nagaon regions of Assam in India. It is also placed beside the Brahmaputra River on the North and the Karbi Anglong mounts on the South India.

Q. 10 Permanent hardness of water can be removed by which process?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 11 The Headquarter of WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization) is located in –
Ans. Geneva (Switzerland )

Q. 12 Who modified the periodic table after Mendeleev?
Ans. Henry Moseley

It wasn’t until 1913, six years after Mendeleev’s death that the final piece of the puzzle fell into place. The periodic table was arranged by atomic mass, and this nearly always gives the same order as the atomic number.

Q. 13 Which site was included in UNESCO in 1987?
Ans. Elephanta caves (according to given options)

Q. 14 Which tennis tournament is played on clay court?
Ans. the French Open
One of the most famous clay court tournaments in the world is the French Open.

Q.15 Who got the Literature Award in 2019?
Ans. Author Peter Handke
Austrian author Peter Handke has won the 2019 Nobel Prize in Literature.

Q. 16 Who of the following has not been a “finance minister” of India?
Ans. Sivadas Menon (according to given options)

Q. 17 What extensions are used for “Audio Files” ?
Ans. Some names –

Q. 18 “Udayin” changed his capital to Pataliputra from –
Ans. Rajagriha

Q. 19 Who opposed the agreement between Congress and Muslim League?
Ans. Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Muhammad Ali Jinnah was a barrister, politician and the founder of Pakistan. Jinnah served as the leader of the All-India Muslim League from 1913 until Pakistan’s independence on 14 August 1947, and then as Pakistan’s first Governor-General until his death.

Q. 20 What was the old name of Google?
Ans. Backrub

Q. 21 One question from SI unit asked

Q. 22 Who was awarded with the “Padma Vibhushan” in Literature and Education ?
Ans. Pandit Chhannulal Mishra

Q. 23 Which state is the largest producer of Bauxite?
Ans. Odisha

Q. 24 One question from the Health scheme asked.

Q. 25. Which scheme was launched to provide pension for Old Age Persons?
Ans. Indira Gandhi Old Age Pension Scheme

Q. 26 Which airport is the world’s first airport to completely operate on solar power?
Ans. Cochin International Airport

Q. 27 The correct full form of MPLAD is-
Ans. Member of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme

RRB NTPC 18 January 2021 Morning Shift Questions-

Q. 1 Who built the “Agra Fort”?
Ans. Akbar

The construction of the Agra fort was started around 1565, when the initial structures were built by the Mughal Emperor Akbar, and subsequently taken over by his grandson Shah Jahan, who added most of the marble creations to the fort.

Q. 2 Which scheme is related to financial inclusion introduced in 2014?
Ans. Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana

Q. 3 The study of bird is called –
Ans. Ornithology

Q. 4 Which state has largest railway network in India?
Ans. Uttar Pradesh

Q. 5 “The Test of My Life” book has been written by-
Ans. Yuvraj Singh, a cricketer

Q. 6 ” Krona currency” is related to which country?
Ans. Sweden

Q. 7 When did Champaran Satyagraha took place?
Ans. 19 April, 1917

Q. 8 In which state “Hornbill festival” is celebrated?
Ans. Nagaland

Q. 9 Who has given the slogan “Do or Die” (Karo Ya Maro) ?
Ans. Mahatma Gandhi

Q. 10 Which seal was used on the Harappan Civilisation coins?
Ans. Unicorn Seal

The unicorn is the most common motif on Indus seals and appears to represent a mythical animal that Greek and Roman sources trace back to the Indian subcontinent.

Q. 11 Which railway zone is located parallel to “Arabian Sea”?
Ans. Konkan Railway

Q. 12 When was “MGNREGA” started ?
Ans. 2006

The Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act was notified through the Gazette of India (Extraordinary) Notification dated September 7, 2005; it came into force on February 2, 2006 in 200 backward districts.

Q. 13 Who was the president of the “Congress Session” held in 1916?
Ans. Ambica Charan Mazumdar

Q. 14 Which of followings was the second largest petroleum producer country in 2017?
Ans. Russia

Q. 15 How many members are nominated by the president in Rajya Sabha?
Ans. 12

Q. 16 The main purpose of for Beti Bachao Beti Padhao Scheme is –
Ans. to address the gender imbalance and discrimination against girl child.

Beti Bachao Beti Padhao is a government social scheme launched by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi in order to address the gender imbalance and discrimination against girl child in the Indian society.

Q. 17 Which of the following birds can fly backwards ?
Ans. Hummingbird

Q. 18 Find the odd one out in computer system?
options –
keyboard mouse CD drive monitor
Ans. monitor

Q. 19 Where was the nuclear bomb test done in 1998?
Ans. Pokaran (Rajasthan)

Q. 20 Which one of the following is not the part of hardware?
Ans. according to given options

Q. 21 Which of the followings is not a computer virus?
Ans. Python

Q. 22 The correct order of digestive system in human body is –
Options – Ingestion , Digestion, Assimilation, Absorption
Ans. The digestive system is composed of the mouth, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine (or colon), rectum, and anus. There are four steps in the digestion process: ingestion, the mechanical and chemical breakdown of food, nutrient absorption, and elimination of indigestible food.

Q. 23 “Kina” is the official currency of –
Ans. Papua New Guinea

Q. 24 Which is the main reason for “deforestation” in India?
Ans. Agriculture

Q. 25 Who of the following summons the joint session of Parliament?
Ans. President of India

The joint sitting of the Parliament is called by the President (Article 108) and is presided over by the Speaker or, in his absence, by the Deputy Speaker of the Lok Sabha or in his absence, the Deputy-Chairman of the Rajya Sabha.

Q. 26 During whose reign Alberuni came to India?
Ans. Sultan of Muhammad of Ghazni

Q. 27 One question asked from Western Ghats.

Q. 28 Which city is not a part of Golden Triangle?
Delhi, Agra,Jaipur, Lucknow
Ans. Lucknow

Q. 29 Who is called father of “Geography”?
Ans. Eratosthenes

Q. 30 Which of the following is not an international institution?

18 January 2021 RRB NTPC Evening Shift GK Asked Questions

Q. 1 “Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport” is located in-
Ans. Kolkata (West Bengal)

Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport (IATA: CCU, ICAO: VECC) is an international airport located in Dum Dum, West Bengal, India, serving the Kolkata metropolitan area. It is located approximately 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) from the city centre.

Q. 2 Which was the first iron and steel company established in India?
Ans. Tata Iron and Steel Company Limited (TISCO)

Tata Iron and Steel Company Limited (TISCO) was the very first iron and steel industry in India. TISCO industry has played a major role in producing equipments during the first world war. It is located in Jamshedpur in Jharkhand. The industry is located on the banks of Subarnarekha and Kharkai river.

Q. 3 Who was the first woman judge of the “Supreme Court”?
Ans. Justice Fathima Beevi

The first woman judge of the apex court was Justice Fathima Beevi who was appointed in 1989, 39 years after the Supreme Court was set up in 1950.

Q. 4 Which of the following dances is performed in Rajasthan?
Ans. Ghoomar

Ghoomar. Quintessentially Rajasthani, Ghoomar is probably the most popular folk dance in India. This dance form was introduced by the Bhil tribe, and later adopted by the royal communities of Rajasthan, including Rajputs.

Q. 5 Name the book written by Megasthenese?
Ans. Indica

Q. 6 When UNO received the “Nobel Peace Prize” ?
Ans. According to given Options

Q. 7 Which country declared the same-sex marriage as legal recently?
Ans. croatia

Q. 8 “NOTA” options in elections was introduced in-
Ans. The NOTA option was first used in the 2013 assembly elections held in four states (Chhattisgarh, Mizoram, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh), and the Union Territory of Delhi.

Q. 9 Find odd one out –
Kanpur, Chandigarh, Shilong, Gandhi nagar
Ans. Kanpur

Q. 10 “NITI Aayog” was replaced with –
Ans. Planning Commission

NITI Aayog (National Institution for Transforming India) on Jan. 1, 2015.

Q. 11 Who is the best clay court tennis player of spain ?
Ans. Rafael Nadal

Q. 12 Which is not a property of Non Metal
Ans. Conductor

Some Common Properties –

High ionization energies.
High electronegativities.
Poor thermal conductors.
Poor electrical conductors.
Brittle solids—not malleable or ductile.
Little or no metallic luster.
Gain electrons easily.
Dull, not metallic-shiny, although they may be colorful.

Q. 13 Who of the following players from Manipur has been awarded with Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award?
Ans. M.C. Mary Kom

Q. 14 Which is not a work of Blood?
Ans. To communicate information to Brain

Some common works of blood
-transporting oxygen and nutrients to the lungs and tissues.
-forming blood clots to prevent excess blood loss.
-carrying cells and antibodies that fight infection.
-bringing waste products to the kidneys and liver, which filter -and clean the blood.
-regulating body temperature.

Q. 15 Which state of India is the largest producer of Viticulture ?
Ans. Maharashtra

Maharashtra is the India’s largest producer of grapes and Nashik also know as Wine Capital of India, leads the list of grape producing areas in Maharashtra followed by Sangli, Satara and Ahmednagar.

Q. 16 Which is the longest railway platform of India?
Ans. Gorakhpur Junction railway station

Gorakhpur Junction railway station (station code:- GKP) is located in the city of Gorakhpur in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It has the world’s longest railway platform.

Q. 17 What causes dwarfism in humans ?
Ans. Pituitary

Growth hormone deficiency (GHD), also known as dwarfism or pituitary dwarfism, is a condition caused by insufficient amounts of growth hormone in the body. Children with GHD have abnormally short stature with normal body proportions.

Q.18 Why is contour farming used in India ?
Ans. For more soil fertility and slope protection.

Farming across the slope helps to shorten slope lengths, slowing down runoff water so it can soak into the soil. Contour farming slows water down and lets it soak into the soil. Combine contour farming with cover cropping and other conservation practices for more soil fertility and slope protection.

Q. 19 Which of the following is not a “Voice Assistant” ?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 20 One question from http://www

Q. 21 Which Campaign was launched to Clean India?
Ans. Swachh Bharat Mission

Q. 22 The process of buying and selling of goods and services without money is called –
Ans. Barter system

Q. 23 Which site of “Indus Valley Civilization” excavated first?
Ans. Harappa,
the first of its sites to be excavated early in the 20th century in what was then the Punjab province of British India and now is Pakistan.

Q. 24 The process of heating of sulphide ore to a high temperature in presence of air is called –
Ans. Roasting

Q. 25 Which Indian city is known as the “Scotland of the East ” ?
Ans. Shilong

Q. 26 Who was the last governor general and first viceroy of India?
Ans. Lord Canning

Q. 27 Who is the current Secretary General of “UNO”?
Ans. António Guterres

RRB NTPC 17 January 2021 GK Questions Morning Shift

Q. 1 The ” United Nations University” is located in –
Ans. Tokyo (Japan)

Q. 2 Who excavated the ” Indus Valley Civilization”?
Ans. Daya Ram Sahni

Daya Ram Sahni

As early as 1826 Harappa, located in west Punjab, attracted the attention of Daya Ram Sahni, who gets credit for preliminary excavations of Harappa. Because of the reducing sea-levels certain regions in late Harappan period were abandoned .

Q. 3 Who gave the “theory of population growth” ?

Ans. Thomas Robert Malthus

Thomas Robert Malthus was a famous 18th-century British economist known for the population growth philosophies outlined in his 1798 book “An Essay on the Principle of Population.”

Q. 4 “Article – 72” of Indian Constitution is related to –
Ans. Power of President to grant pardons, etc, and to suspend, remit or commute sentences in certain cases

Q. 5 Where is the headquarter of “UNO” located?
Ans. New York

Q. 6 ” Electric Current” is measured through –
Ans. Ammeter

The electric current in one part of a circuit is measured with an ammeter, which gives a reading in ampere. To take the measurement, a gap is made in the circuit and the ammeter is connected into that gap, so that the charged particles moving around the circuit must pass through the meter.

Q. 7 Which is the longest “National Highway” in India?
Ans. NH 44 (Srinagar to Kanyakumari)

National Highway 44 – It is the longest national highway in India with a length of 3,745 kilometres running from Srinagar in the north to Kanyakumari in the South.

Q. 8 Which city of India is known as “City of Pearls”?
Ans. Hyderabad

Hyderabad is considered the main pearl trading centre in India, because of which the city is also known as the “City of Pearls”.

Q. 9 Device that measured voltage is called –
Ans. “voltmeter”.

Q. 10 One question from “Global Health Summit” asked.

Q. 11 Who was the excavation leader of Mohenjo Daro?
Ans. Rakhal Das Banerjee
Mohenjo-daro was discovered in 1922 by R. D. Banerji, an officer of the Archaeological Survey of India, two years after major excavations had begun at Harappa, some 590 km to the north.

Q. 12 Which is world’s first robot citizen or humanoid robot?
Ans. Sofia

Sophia, is a world’s first robot citizen or humanoid robot.

Q. 13 Which of the followings is not a “Search Engine”?
Ans. Instagram

Q. 14 Which of the following did not headquarter in Kolkata?

Q. 15 In which state did the famous tradition of Madhubani paintings originate?
Ans. Bihar

Madhubani painting (Mithila painting) was traditionally created by the women of various communities in the Mithila region of the Indian subcontinent. It originated from Madhubani district of the Mithila region of Bihar.

Q. 16 Who is famous as “SwissTennis” player?
Ans. Roger Federer

Q. 17 “GSLV MK- III” launch vehicle was used –
Ans. To launch Chandrayaan-2

GSLV MkIII, chosen to launch Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft, is a three-stage heavy lift launch vehicle developed by ISRO. … GSLV Mk III is designed to carry 4 ton class of satellites into Geosynchronous Transfer Orbit (GTO).

Q. 18 Free LPG gas cylinders are distributed under which scheme?
Ans. Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Yojana (PMGKP) scheme.

The Narendra Modi government had announced to distribute free LPG cylinder to the PMUY beneficiary under the Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Yojana (PMGKP) scheme during lockdown.

Q. 19 Who was the 46th “Chief Justice” of India?
Ans. Ranjan Gogoi (46th)

Q. 20 Which device is used to transfer data in computer system?
Ans. USB

Q. 21 When was “Chandrayaan – 2” mission launched?
Ans. 22 July 2019

Q. 22 One question from “Giffen Goods” asked.
Ans. Giffen goods are non luxurious products.

Q. 23 Which of the following is wrong regarding to Pllaster of Paris?
Ans. According to given options.

Q. 24 “Startups India scheme” is related to –
Ans. According to given options.

Q. 25 Which “Wildlife Sanctuary” had been selected as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2011?
Ans. Manas Wildlife Sanctuary

Q. 26 Who was the first woman Lok Sabha Speaker of India?
Ans. Meira Kumar

Smt Meira Kumar from Bihar became first among women to hold the office of Lok Sabha Speaker in India .

RRB NTPC 17-01-2021 Evening Shift Asked Questions

Q. 1 What is the correct full form of “FAO”?
Ans. Food and Agriculture Organisation

Q. 2 When was the battle between Ibrahim Lodhi and Babur fought?
Ans. 21 April 1526
The First Battle of Panipat was fought between the invading forces of Babur and the Lodi Empire, which took place on 21 April 1526 in North India. It marked the beginning of the Mughal Empire.

Q. 3 Which of the followings is the lightest gas?
Ans. Hydrogen or Helium, According to given options

Q. 4 Who designed the logo for Lokpal?
Ans : Prashant Mishra

The Logo design of Shri Prashant Mishra, Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh is selected for adoption as Logo of Lokpal. The logo of Lokpal is based upon the literal meaning of LOKPAL, LOK – meaning people and PAL – meaning caretaker, i.e. “caretaker of people”.

Q. 5 In which article, ” Right to equality of Opportunity in Public Employment ” has mentioned?
Ans. Article – 16

Q. 6 What is the main component of stomach acid?
Ans. Hydrochloric Acid

Q. 7 One question from percentage tigers’ death between 2012-18 asked.

Q. 8 “Cache Memory” is stored in computer system?
Ans. RAM

Q. 9 The correct full form “IPBES” is –
Ans. The Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES)

Q. 10 Which scheme provides training for skill development for entrepreneurship ?
Ans. Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY)

Q. 11 Which of the following is ” Primary Colour” ?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 12 When was first Lok Sabha election held?
Ans. 1951–52

The Indian general election of 1951–52, held from 25 October 1951 to 21 February 1952, was the first election to the Lok Sabha since India became independent in August 1947.

Q. 13 When was “Non-Cooperation movement and Khilafat movement” started?
Ans. 1920

Non-Cooperation movement was started by Gandhi Ji in 1920 to drive the Britishers out of the country and Khilafat movement was organised under the leadership of Mohammad Ali and Shaukat Ali (popularly known as Ali brothers), Abul Kalam Azad, Hasrat Mohani and others to force the British government.

Q. 14 When was “Hastinapur” excavation begun?
Ans. 1950-1952

Excavations at Hastinapur reportedly began in 1950-52 on behalf of the Archaeological Survey of India.

Q. 15 Where “Wagah border” is located?
Ans. Amritsar

Q. 16 Who is the current CEO of “Amazon”?
Ans. Jeff Bezos

Q. 17 One question from satellite ” SAT-CI- 31″ asked.

Q. 18 ” Bold Line ” is used in
Ans. MS Word

Q. 19 “INSAT- 1B” satellite was launched in –
Ans. 1983

Q. 20 Which state is first in coffee production in India?
Ans. Karnatak

Q. 21 “Extra fat” is carried in your bloodstream by
Ans. Plasma

Q. 22 Who is the “Sports Minister of India” in 2020?
Ans. Kiren Rijiju

Kiren Rijiju is the current Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports, who is in the capacity of Minister of State (Independent Charge).

Q. 23 One question from Missile Technology asked.

Q. 24 Who is the writer of “India: The Future is Now.”?
Ans. Shashi Tharoor

Q. 25 ” Blue origin” company belongs to which sector?
Ans. Aerospace manufacturer

Blue Origin, LLC is an American privately funded aerospace manufacturer and sub-orbital spaceflight services company headquartered in Kent, Washington.

Q. 26 “Pachmarhi Bioosphere Reserve” is located in-
Ans. Madhya Pradesh (Satpura hill ranges)

Pachmarhi Biosphere Reserve, located at Satpura hill ranges in Central India, is one of the major geographical features of India. This was designated as Biosphere Reserve in March 1999.

RRB NTPC 16 January 2021 Morning Shift Asked Questions-

Q.1. “Keoladeo National Park” is located in –
Ans. Rajasthan

Keoladeo National Park, located in the State of Rajasthan, is an important wintering ground of Palaearctic migratory waterfowl and is renowned for its large congregation of non-migratory resident breeding birds.

Q.2. Who was the “Prime Minister” of India in 1977 ?
Ans. Morarji Desai

Q.3. When did India launched its first mission to moon Chandrayaan – 1?
Ans. 22 October 2008

Chandrayaan-1, India’s first mission to Moon, was launched successfully on October 22, 2008 from SDSC SHAR, Sriharikota. The spacecraft was orbiting around the Moon at a height of 100 km from the lunar surface for chemical, mineralogical and photo-geologic mapping of the Moon.

Q.4. When was “Maharashtra and Gujarat” formed ?
Ans. 1 May 1960

Q.5. Which one of the following is an “Input Device” ?

Q.6. One question from “use of software in Personal Computer” .
Ans. CPU. (Brain of computer)

Q.7. The ” International Court of Justice ” is situated in –
Ans. The Hague (Netherlands)

The International Court of Justice, also known as the World Court, is the main judicial organ of the UN. It was established in June 1945 by the Charter of the United Nations and began work in April 1946. The seat of the Court is at the Peace Palace in The Hague (Netherlands).

Q.8. The ” Muslim League” participated in which Congress Session ?
Ans. “The Lucknow Pact – 1916”

The Lucknow Pact was an agreement reached between the Indian National Congress and the Muslim League at a joint session of both the parties held in Lucknow in December 1916. Through the pact, the two parties agreed to allow representation to religious minorities in the provincial legislatures.

Q.9. Who is known as “Father of Green Revolution” in India ?
Ans. M.S. Swaminathan

Q.10. Who discovered “Electron” ?
Ans. J.J. Thomson

Q.11. When did “Mahatma Gandhi” return to India from “South Africa” ?
Ans. January 9, 1915

After over 21 years stay in South Africa, Gandhi returned to India on January 9, 1915 with his wife Kasturba.

Q.12. Who was the first person to discover “copper lightning rod” ?
Ans. Benjamin Franklin

Q.13 When was India’s first Commercial Radio Station started ?
Ans. 1927

Q.14. Which of the following Country does not share its land boundary with India ?
Ans. India shares its boundary with seven countries — China, Pakistan, Bhutan, Myanmar, Afghanistan, Nepal and Bangladesh. India has 15,106 kilometers of land borders and a coastline of about 7,516 kilometers.

Q.15. Which monument was erected by Mughal Emperor Akbar after the victory of Gujarat?
Ans. Buland Darwaza

Buland Darwaza, or the “Door of victory”, was built in 1602 A.D. by Mughal emperor Akbar to commemorate his victory over Gujarat. It is the main entrance to the Jama Masjid at Fatehpur Sikri, which is 43 km from Agra, India.

Q.16. Which session of “Congress” was participated by Mahatma Gandhi first ?
Ans. 1920

Q.17. One question from ” Waste Material ” asked.

Q.18. Who won the “Gold Medal” in “Tokyo Olympic 2016” ?
Ans. Deepika Malik

Q.19. Who popularized the slogan “Inqilab Zindabad ”?
Ans. Bhagat Singh

Q.20. One question from agriculture asked.

Q.21. Where is the ” Asia’ second largest dam” located ?
Ans. Kerala

Q.22. When did “Delhi” announced as the “capital of India” ?
Ans. 1911

On 12th December, 1911, at the historic Delhi Durbar, the George V, the Emperor of the British Empire proclaimed the shifting of the capital of India from Calcutta to Delhi. After announcement of Delhi as the Capital of India, the preparation for the building a new city started with majesty, pomp and show.

Q.23. What is the Indian rank in Ease of Doing Business 2020?
Ans. 63rd

Q.24. One question related to folk dance of Uttarakhand asked.

Q.25. Which state of India has lowest density rate as per “Census 2011” ?
Ans. Arunachal Pradesh

The National Capital Region area of Delhi possesses the highest of the population density 2011 among the states of India having a statistics of 11,297 per square kilometre, the state of Arunachal Pradesh has the lowest record of population density having just 17 per square kilometre.

Q.26. When was “UNO” (United Nations Organization) established ?
Ans. 24th October 1945

RRB NTPC 16-01-2021 Evening Shift GK Asked Questions

Q. 1 Who of the following is related “Champaran Satyagraha ” ?
Ans. Mahatma Gandhi

Q. 2 Who was the first “Acting Prime Minister” of India?
Ans. Gulzarilal Nanda

Gulzarilal Nanda (4 July 1898 – 15 January 1998) was an Indian politician and economist who specialized in labour issues. He was the Acting Prime Minister of India for two short periods following the deaths of Jawaharlal Nehru in 1964 and Lal Bahadur Shastri in 1966.

Q. 3 What carries oxygen throughout the human body?
Ans. RBC

The main job of red blood cells, or erythrocytes, is to carry oxygen from the lungs to the body tissues and carbon dioxide as a waste product, away from the tissues and back to the lungs. Hemoglobin (Hgb) is an important protein in the red blood cells that carries oxygen from the lungs to all parts of our body.

Q. 4 Which is the ” cleanest city of India” ?
Ans. Indore

Q. 5 Which gland is known as “Master Gland”?
Ans. pituitary gland

The pituitary gland is sometimes called the “master” gland of the endocrine system because it controls the functions of many of the other endocrine glands.

Q. 6 Which article of Indian Constitution laid down the procedure of Amendment Constitution ?
Ans. Article- 368

Q. 7 When was first train started in India?
Ans. 1853 by Lord Dalhousie

Q. 8 Who was the “Goodwill Ambassador” of UNICEF in 2018?
Ans. Priyanka Chopra

Q. 9 Which film was not nominated for “Oscar Award”?
Ans. Karma

Q. 10 Which one of the following is not related to Harappa civilization?
Ans. According to options given

Q. 11 Which bank was established in 1770 in India ?
Ans. Bank of Hindustan

Q. 12 Who was the chairman of ISRO in 2008?
Ans. G. Madhavan Nair

Q. 13 Who wrote the the book ” Why I am a Hindu”?
Ans. Shashi Tharoor

Q. 14 One question from the Four Vedas.

Q. 15 One question from 1857 revolt asked.

Q. 16 Indian currency rupee symbol “(₹)” started in –
Ans. 2010

The Indian rupee sign (sign: ₹; code: INR) is the currency symbol for the Indian rupee, the official currency of India. Designed by Udaya Kumar, it was presented to the public by the Government of India on 15 July 2010, following its selection through an “open” competition among Indian residents.

Q. 17 Which satellite has successfully landed on the Moon?
Ans. Luna 9

Q. 18 Who of the following leaders has elected as president four times ?
Ans. Vladimir Putin (Russia)

Vladimir Putin was on ha recently sworn in for a fourth term as president of Russia after winning the election in March. He has been in power for 18 years.

Q. 19 ” Zulu tribal” belongs to the region of –
Ans. South Africa

Zulu, a nation of Nguni-speaking people in KwaZulu-Natal province, South Africa. They are a branch of the southern Bantu and have close ethnic, linguistic, and cultural ties with the Swazi and Xhosa. The Zulu are the single largest ethnic group in South Africa and numbered about nine million in the late 20th century.

Q. 20 Which acid is used in “cold drinks”?
Ans. H2 co3 (carbonic acid)
Nearly all carbonated soft drinks contain carbonic acid (H2CO3). It is produced when carbon dioxide is dissolved in water. It is a weak acid.

Q. 21 The correct full form of “TCP/ IP” is –
Ans. Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol

TCP/ IP are the standard Internet communications protocols that allow digital computers to communicate over long distances.

Q. 22 “Guru Ramdas” airport is situated in –
Anas. Amritsar

It is named after Guru Ram Das, the fourth Sikh Guru and the founder of Amritsar city.

Q 23 Which of the following is a Browser?
Ans. According to options

Some common web browsers include Microsoft Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Apple Safari.

Q. 24 When did “Rashtriya Swachh Gramin Mission” start?
Ans. 2014, From Gujarat

Q. 25 How many members are there in UNO at present ?
Ans : 193

Q. 26 Who was the first President of Indian National Congress?
Ans. Vyomesh Chandra Banerjee

Q. 27 Which of the following is an insulator?
Ans. Diamond
Some common insulator materials are glass, plastic, rubber, air, and wood, diamond.

Q.28 “Human Rights Commission” set up in –
Ans. 1993

Q. 29 Which treatment is given to the “People with kidney problems”?
Ans. Dialysis

Dialysis is a treatment that filters and purifies the blood using a machine. This helps keep your fluids and electrolytes in balance when the kidneys can’t do their job. Dialysis has been used since the 1940s to treat people with kidney problems.

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