RRB NTPC Phase-III All Shifts Questions with pdf 31 January to 12 February 2021

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RRB NTPC Phase-III All Shifts Questions Morning & Evening Shift, Railway NTPC Online Exam 31 January to 12 February 2021 Questions in English, RRB NTPC CBT-1 3rd Slot Reasoning, Computer, Maths, GK, Science Questions

RRB NTPC 12 February 2021 Morning Shift GK Asked Questions-

Q.1 Kandariya Mahadeva Temple is located in –
Ans. Chhatarpur district (MP)

Kandariya Mahadeva Temple is located in the Chhatarpur district of Madhya Pradesh in Central India. It is in the Khajuraho village, and the temple complex is spread over an area of 6 square kilometres (2.3 sq mi).

Q. 2 Children’s Day is celebrated every year on –
Ans. 14th November

Children’s Day in India is celebrated on 14 November every year as a tribute to India’s First Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru. The day aims at increasing the awareness of the rights, care and education of children.

Q. 3 What is the work of the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS)?
Ans. BIS prescribes the standards for covering goods and systems

Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) is the National Standard Body of India. BIS is responsible for the harmonious development of the activities of standardization, marking and quality certification of goods and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.

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Q. 4 Who of the following was not a member of simon commission?
Ans. According to given options

Members of the Commission –
Sir John Simon,
Clement Attlee,
Harry Levy-Lawson,
Edward Cadogan,
Vernon Hartshorn,
George Lane-Fox,

Q. 5 Who of the following took away Peacock Throne?
Ans. Nādir Shāh

The throne was seized along with other plunder when the Iranian conqueror Nādir Shāh captured Delhi in 1739.

Q. 6 Which one of the following is not an “Operating System”?
Ans. MS word

Q. 7 Who of the following won the Padma Vibhushan in 2019 for Art?
Ans. Teejan Bai (according to given options)

Q. 8 Which Scheme is related to Widows and Disabled ?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 9 When was the International Labour Organization (ILO) formed?
Ans. 1919

     The International Labour Organization (ILO), based in Geneva, became the first specialized agency of the UN. It was founded in 1919, in response to a destructive war, to pursue a vision based on the premise that universal, lasting peace can be established only if it is based upon decent treatment of the workers.

Q. 10 The “Brahmaputra river” origins from –
Ans. The Manasarovar Lake region

Q. 11 Who of the following holds the functions of president if there is no president or vice president?
Ans. Chief Justice of India

  If the President dies, resigns, or is removed from office, the Vice President becomes President for the rest of the term. If the Vice President is unable to serve, the chief Justice of India holds the office.

Q. 12 Which one of the following is an Input Device?
Ans. Scanner

Q. 13 What is meant by bank rate?
Ans. Bank rate is the rate charged by the central bank for lending funds to commercial banks.

Bank rates influence lending rates of commercial banks. In order to curb liquidity, the central bank can resort to raising the bank rate and vice versa.

Q. 14 What type of lens is used for “Hypermetropia”?
Ans. convex lens

Concave lens is used for myopia and convex lens is used for hypermetropia.

Q. 15 Which one of the following statements is not correct regarding UNO?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 16 Which of the following is a single cell organism?
Ans. Zygote

Q. 17 Which one of the following statements is correct regarding Newton’s second law of Motion?
Ans. F = MA (According to given options)

Q. 18 “Gandhi Irwin” pact was signed during which Round Table conference?
Ans. Second Round Table conference (1931)

Q. 19 Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana is related to –
Ans. Providing LPG connections to women from Below Poverty Line (BPL) households.

    Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana is a scheme of the Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas for providing LPG connections to women from Below Poverty Line (BPL) households.

Q. 20 What is “Kaiga” situated in Karnataka?
Ans. Nuclear Power Generating Station

Kaiga Generating Station is a nuclear power generating station situated at Kaiga, near the river Kali, in Uttar Kannada district of Karnataka, India.

Q. 21 Which of the following is not a “Mountain Range”?
Ans. Guru Shikhar, as it is a peak.

Q. 22 The cyclone Fani has named after –
Ans. Snake

     The name Fani for this cyclone was suggested by Bangladesh. Fani means snake. The name Fani for this cyclone was suggested by Bangladesh.

Q. 23 Bhagoria festival is celebrated by which of the following tribes?
Ans. Bhil (MP)

Q. 24 Who of the following founded the Red Cross Society?
Ans. Henry Dunant

     The Red Cross idea was born in 1859, when Henry Dunant, a young Swiss man, came upon the scene of a bloody battle in Solferino, Italy, between the armies of imperial Austria and the Franco-Sardinian alliance.

Q. 25 The ‘Niagara Falls” origins from –
Ans. Lake Ontario

Q. 26 Which is the longest canal of the world?
Ans. Suez canal

Q. 27 How many satellites were launched by ISRO a single flight?
Ans. 104 satellites

ISRO launched 104 satellites, of which 3 were Indian satellites. It was the largest number of satellites launched on a single flight by any space agency.

Q. 28 Which country did Ibn Battuta belong to?
Ans. Morocco

Q. 29 Which of the following countries hosted the ICC World Cup 2019?
Ans. England & Wales

Q. 30 What is the maximum period which can be allowed to lapse between two sessions of the parliament?
Ans. six months

   It is the duty of Indian President to summon each House of the Parliament from time to time. The maximum gap between two sessions of Parliament cannot be more than six months. In other words, the Parliament should meet at least twice a year.

RRB NTPC 11 February 2021 Morning Shift GK Asked Questions

Q.1 Who was the last Mughal emperor in India?
Ans. Bahadur Shah Zafar II

    The revolt united thousands of Hindu and Muslim troops who chose then-Mughal emperor, Bahadur Shah Zafar II, as their nominal head. British generals deployed Sikh soldiers from Punjab and Pathans from the North-West Frontier Province - Delhi was recaptured by September.

Q. 2 Kalbelia or Kabeliya dance is performed in which state of India?
Ans. Rajasthan

Kalbelia or Kabeliya is a tribe from Rajasthan, India, there is also a dance of the same name. The dance is an integral part of their culture and performed by men and women.

Q. 3 What is “SWAYAM” Initiative?
Ans. SWAYAM is an initiative launched by the then Ministry of Human Resource Development (M.H.R.D.) (now Ministry of Education), Government of India under Digital India to give a coordinated stage and free entry to web courses, covering all advanced education, High School and skill sector courses.

Q. 4 Who of the following governors general passed the Vernacular Press Act?
Ans. Lord Lytton

   In the year 1878, the Vernacular Press Act was passed by the governor general Lord Lytton. The main objective of the act was to suppress the newspapers which used to write against the British. Later in 1881, the act was repealed by Lord Ripon.

Q. 5 Which is the only “active volcano” in India?
Ans. Barren Island

    Barren Island, a possession of India in the Andaman Sea about 135 km NE of Port Blair in the Andaman Islands, is the only historically active volcano along the N-S-trending volcanic arc extending between Sumatra and Burma (Myanmar).

Q. 6 The Jallikattu in Tamil Nadu is related to –
Ans. Jallikattu, a popular bull taming sport held during Pongal, is set to take place in Madurai district.The sport was called Eru thazuval or “embracing the bull”. The term ‘jallikattu,’ comes from Tamil terms ‘salli kaasu’ which means coins and kattu which means package tied to the horns of bulls as prize money.

Q. 7 What is the correct full form of VR in computer?
Ans. Virtual Reality

Q. 8 What does the symbol of olive branches on the United Nations flag ?
Ans. symbol of peace

     The revised emblem consists of a map of the world on a polar azimuthally equidistant projection surrounded by two olive branches. These two symbols speak for themselves: the olive branch is a symbol of peace, while the world map represents the Organization in its quest to attain world peace.

Q. 9 Who of the following has been appointed as the finance minister of India in may, 2019
Ans. Nirmala Sitharaman

Q. 10 What is India’s first indigenously designed locomotive-less (engine less) train?
Ans. Train 18 (named Vande Bharat Express in January, 2019),

India’s first indigenously designed locomotive-less (engine less) train known as Train 18 (named Vande Bharat Express in January, 2019), breached the 180 kmph speed limit during test run in Kota-Sawai Madhopur section. When this train is made operational, it will become the country’s fastest train.

Q. 11 Who was the first Indian woman to join the International Olympic Committee? ‘
Ans. Nita Ambani.

She made history by becoming the first Indian woman to join the International Olympic Committee in 2016. As a member of the IOC, Nita Ambani will continue her position till she attains the age of 70.

Q. 12 Why was the Kumar Mangalam Birla Committee formed?
Ans. To promote and raise the standards of good corporate governance.

Q. 13 Who was the founder of TIFR ( Tata Institute of Fundamental Research )?
Ans. Homi J. Bhabha

Q. 14 What is the name of India’s first and only railway university
Ans. National Rail and Transportation Institute

The National Rail and Transportation Institute (NRTI) is India’s first and only transportation university located in Vadodara, Gujarat, India.

Q. 15 Who is the highest paid female athlete in 2020?
Ans. Naomi Osaka

Naomi Osaka, Serena Williams Top 2020 Forbes Highest-Paid Female Athletes List. stars Naomi Osaka and were once again the highest-paid female athletes in the world for 2020.

Q. 16 Which is called the Outer Himalayas?
Ans. Siwalik Range

Siwalik Range, also called Siwalik Hills or Outer Himalayas, Siwalik also spelled Shiwalik, sub-Himalayan range of the northern Indian subcontinent. … Nepal’s portion of the range is called the Churia Range.

Q. 17 What is the SI unit of “Power”?
Ans. Watt

Q. 18 Who was the Governor General when the subsidiary Alliance was introduced?
Ans. Lord Wellesley

   The Subsidiary Alliance System was “Non-Intervention Policy” used by Lord Wellesley who was the Governor-General (1798-1805) to establish the British Empire in India.

Q. 19 In which state of India the “NISHTHA” program launched first?
Ans. Jammu and Kashmir

 National Initiative for School Heads' and Teachers' Holistic Advancement (NISHTHA) was launched in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir with its formal inauguration by Commissioner Secretary, School Education Department, Sarita Chauhan.

Q. 20 What type of missile is Agni -II Missile?
Ans. Ballistic Missile

Agni (Fire) is an Intermediate-Range Ballistic Missile (IRBM) which began development in 1979. It became part of India’s Integrated Guided Missile Development Program (IGMDP) in 1983 and has a tested range of 1400-1500 km.

Q. 21 What pigment gives green algae its green color?
Ans. chlorophyll

It is the presence and relative abundance of chlorophyll that gives plants their green color. All land plants and green algae possess two forms of this pigment.

Q. 22 What is Transverse wave?
Ans. Transverse wave, motion in which all points on a wave oscillate along paths at right angles to the direction of the wave’s advance. Surface ripples on water, seismic S (secondary) waves, and electromagnetic (e.g., radio and light) waves are examples of transverse waves.

Q. 23 Hockey is the national game of which country other than India?
Ans. Pakistan (According to given options)

      The National game of Pakistan is Field Hockey.

Q. 24 When did UNO passed the Environment Protection Act, 1986
Ans. March 1986

Q. 25 Arrange the following words according to their period?
Options – Palaeolithic, Neolithic, Pre-Paleolithic
Ans. Pre-Paleolithic, Palaeolithic, Neolithic

Q. 26 Where was the 35th ASEAN summit held?
Ans. Thailand from October 31 to 4 November in 2019

Q. 27 The forces exist between molecules of the same substance is called –
Ans. Cohesive forces

      The term "cohesive forces" is a generic term for the collective intermolecular forces (e.g., hydrogen bonding and van der Waals forces) responsible for the bulk property of liquids resisting separation. Specifically, these attractive forces exist between molecules of the same substance.

Q. 28 Which of the following tribes is found in Andaman Nicobar?
Ans. The Andaman Islands are home to four ‘Negrito’ tribes – the Great Andamanese, Onge, Jarawa and Sentinelese.

Q. 29 Who of the following was awarded with Padma Shri in 2014?
Ans. Ustad Moinuddin Khan, Art-Instrumental Music- Sarangi Player (according to given options)

Q. 30 When was NTA formed?
Ans. November 2017

       National Testing Agency (NTA) is an Indian government agency that has been approved by the Union Council of Ministers and established in November 2017 to conduct entrance examinations for higher educational institutions. The government appointed Vineet Joshi as the first Director-General of the agency.

11 February 2021 RRB NTPC Evening Shift Memory Based Questions-

Q. 1 The “Annual Financial Statement” or Budget has been incorporated in which article of Indian Constitution?
Ans. Article 112

Under Article 112 of the Constitution, a statement of estimated receipts and expenditure of the Government of India has to be laid before Parliament in respect of every financial year which runs from 1st April to 31st March. This statement titled “Annual Financial Statement” is the main Budget document.

Q. 2 When was UNHCR established?
Ans. 14 December 1950

          The Office of the High Commissioner for refugees was established on December 14, 1950 by the United Nations General Assembly.

Q. 3 In which of the following parts complete digestion of food takes place?
Ans. Small intestine

         Digestion involves the mixing of food, its movement through the digestive tract, and the chemical breakdown of the large molecules of food into smaller molecules. Digestion begins in the mouth, when we chew and swallow, and is completed in the small intestine.

Q. 4 When did the English get political power in India?
Ans. August 2, 1858

On August 2, 1858, Parliament passed the Government of India Act, transferring British power over India from the company to the crown.

Q. 5 Who of the following was not awarded with Padma Vibhushan in 2019?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 6 How much time in India is ahead of Greenwich Mean Time?
Ans. 5.5 hours (5 hours 30 minutes)

India Standard Time is 5.5 hours (5 hours 30 minutes) ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT+5.5). The Republic of India is a country in South Asia which comprises the majority of the Indian subcontinent.

Q. 7 Who of the following was runner up in the men’s US Open 2020?
Ans. Alexander Zverev

  Dominic Thiem defeats Alexander Zverev in five-set comeback to win 2020 US Open title. WHAT HAPPENED: Dominic Thiem used every bit of his Grand Slam experience to come back from the brink and defeat Alexander Zverev, 2-6, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3, 7-6, in the 2020 US Open men's singles final.

Q. 8 How many fundamental rights were there in Original constitution?
Ans. Seven fundamental rights

       Seven fundamental rights were originally provided by the Constitution – the right to equality, right to freedom, right against exploitation, right to freedom of religion, cultural and educational rights, right to property and right to constitutional remedies.

Q. 9 What type of language is COBOL?
Ans. High Programming Language

Q. 10 When was the ‘Gobardhan Yojana’ launched?
Ans. 2018

The Haryana government has launched the \’Gobardhan Yojana\’ to provide for the sale of organic manure and cow urine with an aim to benefit farmers.

Q. 11 The Indira Gandhi Nuclear Research Centre is located at –
Ans. Kalpakkam (Tamilnadu)

Q. 12 Which of the following is the largest memory?
Ans. PB (according to given options )

Q. 13 Who is the writer of Ratnavali?
Ans. Sri Harsha.

Ratnavali is a famous Sanskrit drama composed in four Acts by Sri Harsha.

Q. 14 In Which budget did the PM KISAN scheme launch
Ans. Budget 2019 – 2020

Q. 15 Which of the following is not an UNO organ?
Ans. According to given options

      The main organs of the UN are the General Assembly, the Security Council, the Economic and Social Council, the Trusteeship Council, the International Court of Justice, and the UN Secretariat.

Q. 16 By whom of the following rulers inscriptions were started in India?
Ans. Ashok

The first archaeological inscription of India is the ”Edicts of Ashoka,” which dates back to the 3rd century BCE.

Q. 17 The Karla Caves or Karla Cells are a complex of ancient Buddhist is located in –
Ans. Maharashtra.

The Karla Caves, Karli Caves, Karle Caves or Karla Cells, are a complex of ancient Buddhist Indian rock-cut caves at Karli near Lonavala, Maharashtra.

Q. 18 When were the first legislative assembly elections held by British in India?
Ans. 1937

Q. 19 By whom did the Sati Pratha (Ritual) abolished?
Ans. Raja Ram Mohan Roy

      Raja Ram Mohan Roy was the social reformer who worked hard for the abolition of this ritual.The Bengal Sati Regulation which banned the Sati practice in all jurisdictions of British India was passed on December 4, 1829 by the then Governor-General Lord William Bentinck. The regulation described the practice of Sati as revolting to the feelings of human nature.

Q. 20 What is the most common vision problem in the elderly?
Ans. Presbyopia

   Presbyopia is the gradual loss of your eyes' ability to focus on nearby objects. It's a natural, often annoying part of aging. Presbyopia usually becomes noticeable in your early to mid-40s and continues to worsen until around age 65.

Q. 21 Which of the following Institutions regulates the Money system in India?
Ans. RBI (Reserve Bank of India)

Q. 22 In which month does the earth perihelion position occur?
Ans. January 4th

Perihelion always occurs near January 4th, while aphelion lands near the 4th of July.

Q. 23 ………. is a stomach enzyme that serves to digest proteins found in ingested food.
Ans. Pepsin

Q. 24 Who of the following was elected as the president of Constituent Assembly?
Ans. Dr Rajendra Prasad

       On December 11, 1946, the Assembly elected Dr Rajendra Prasad as its permanent Chairman. The Constituent Assembly set up 13 committees for framing the constitution including a Drafting Committee under the Chairmanship of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar.

Q. 25 In which of India the deputy CM has been elected for five times?
Ans. Andhra Pradesh

Q. 26 Which of the following is not a Nuclear power plant?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 27 What part of the brain controls involuntary movement?
Ans. Medulla oblongata

This is controlled by the part of the brain called cerebellum. Involuntary actions happen automatically in our body without our control. They are usually important actions, like breathing, heart pumping, digestion. A part in the back of the brain called medulla oblongata controls most of these actions.

Q. 28 Where is the Konark Sun Temple located?
Ans. Odisha

Konark Sun Temple, located in the eastern State of Odisha near the sacred city of Puri, is dedicated to the sun God or Surya.

RRB NTPC 10 February 2021 Morning Shift Questions-

Q. 1 Who was the first vice president of Rajyasabha?
Ans. S. V. Krishnamoorthy Rao

Q. 2 Where is Orang National Park situated?
Ans. Assam

Located on the north bank of the Brahmaputra River in the Darrang and Sonitpur districts of Assam, the Rajiv Gandhi Orang National Park is also know as the mini-Kaziranga.

Q. 3 Which one of the following states does not share its boundary with Nepal?
Ans. Jharkhand

Q. 4 Who of the following won the 2018 Man Booker Prize?
Ans. Anna Burns

Anna Burns won the 2018 Man Booker Prize for her third novel, “Milkman.” Burns, 56, is the first writer from Northern Ireland to win the Booker.

Q. 5 Which one of the following statements is not correct with reference to “President” of India?
Ans. The President cannot declare an emergency in the state. (According to given options )

Q. 6 Article 76 of Indian Constitution is related to –

Ans. Attorney General of India

Article 76 of the constitution mentions that he/she is the highest law officer of India. As a chief legal advisor to the government of India, he advises the union government on all legal matters. He also is the primary lawyer representing Union Government in the Supreme Court of India.

Q. 7 Which organ of UNO is the most powerful for International Peace?
Ans. UN Security Council

The UN Security Council has the primary responsibility for international peace and security. The General Assembly and the Secretary-General play major, important, and complementary roles, along with other UN offices and bodies.

Q. 8 Where is the headquarters of NABARD situated?
Ans. Mumbai

NABARD, with its Head office at Mumbai, has 31 Regional Offices located in States and Union Territory, a cell at Srinagar, 03 Training Establishments in the Northern, Eastern & Southern parts of India and 418 District Development Managers functioning at district level.

Q. 9 When was the first Livestock Census conducted?
Ans. 1919

 The Livestock Census in the country started in the year 1919-1920. Since then it has been conducted once in every 5 years.

Q. 10 Who of the following has been CEO of Google in 2020?
Ans. Sundar Pichai

Q. 11 Which one of the following statements is not correct regarding GST?
Ans.. According to given options

Q. 12 Arrange the following events in increasing order –
Options – Non Cooperation movement, Champaran Satyagraha, Sepoy mutiny, Partition of Bengal

Ans. Sepoy mutiny, Partition of Bengal, Champaran Satyagraha, Non Cooperation movement

Q. 13 One question from diseases asked.

Q.14 Desert : Camel :: River : ?
Ans. Boat ( according to given options)

Q. 15 Which is the largest nuclear power plant of India?
Ans. Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant, Tamil Nadu

Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant is located in the Tamil Nadu, Southern India. It is the highest-capacity nuclear plant in India, with a total of 2,000MW currently installed with a further 2,000MW under construction.

Q.16 Which of the following rivers does not origin from the Himalayas?
Ans. The Mahanadi

Q. 17 Who is the writer of the “Flight” book ?
Ans. Vanna Bonta

Q. 18 Which one of the following statements is not correctly matched?
Ans. Andes – Argentina, Brazil

Q. 19 Who has authored the “Panchatantra”?
Ans. Vishnu Sharma

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

Q. 21 The Flying -V aircraft is related to which country?
Ans. Netherlands

Q. 22 Which one of the following statements is not correctly matched?
Ans. Amnesty International – Newyork

Q. 23 Who of the following rulers shifted his capital from Delhi to Daulatabad?
Ans. Muhammad bin Tughlaq

The one decision for which Muhammad bin Tughlaq, the 14th century sultan of Delhi, is most remembered, is the disastrous shifting of his capital from Delhi to Daulatabad in the Deccan, in present-day Maharashtra.

Q. 24 What is WinZip?
Ans. WinZip is a Windows-based program that allows you to compress files and to open compressed files in . zip format.

Q. 25 Who of the following had not been awarded with Nobel Prize?
Ans. Mahatma Gandhi

Q. 26 Which one of the following statements is not correct?
Ans. According to given options
Options – Kaziranga = Rhinoceros
Rann of Kutch – Wild Ass
Panna – Tiger

Q. 27 Find odd one out –
French open, Australian Open, US open, Canadian open
Ans. Canadian open

Q. 28 The part of the potato that we eat is called –
Ans. Tuber.

Tubers are the part of a plant that store nutrients and energy.

Q. 29 Where did Lala Hardayal and Sohan Singh Bhakna form the Gadar Party in 1913?
Ans. San Francisco

The Ghadar Party, initially the Pacific Coast Hindustan Association, was formed on 15 July 1913 in the United States but before a decision to create headquarter at Yugantar Ashram in San Francisco was taken at a meeting in the town of Astoria in the state of Oregon in USA under the leadership of Har Dayal.

Q. 30 Who of the following founded Agra?
Ans. Sultan Sikandar Lodī

It is generally accepted that Agra was both an ancient city from the times of the Mahabharata (see above) and yet nevertheless Sultan Sikandar Lodī, the Muslim ruler of the Delhi Sultanate, founded Agra in the year 1504. After the Sultan’s death, the city passed on to his son, Sultan Ibrāhīm Lodī.

RRB NTPC 10-02-2021 Evening Shift Memory Based Questions-

Q.1 Who was the founder of BARC?
Ans. Dr. Homi Jehangir Bhabha

   Bhabha Atomic Research Centre(BARC) Dr. Homi Jehangir Bhabha conceived the Nuclear Program in India. Dr Bhabha established the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) for carrying out nuclear science research in 1945.

Q. 2 Mahatma Gandhi was thrown off the train’s first class “whites-only” compartment at –
Ans. Pietermaritzburg station (South Africa)

   On the night of June 7, 1893, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, a young lawyer then, was thrown off the train's first class “whites-only” compartment at Pietermaritzburg station in South Africa for refusing to give up his seat. When Gandhi refused to move to the rear end of the train, he was thrown out.

Q. 3 What is the correct full form of COBOL?
Ans. Common Business Oriental Language

Q. 4 Which of the following is not an “Operating system”?
Ans. MS office

Q. 5 When did the Indian Constitution come into force?
Ans. 26 January 1950

Q. 6 Where is “Dehing Patkai National Park” located?
Ans. Assam

Dehing Patkai National Park is located in the Dibrugarh and Tinsukia districts of Assam and covers an area of 231.65 km2 (89.44 sq mi) rainforest.

Q. 7 The Tehri dam is located in –
Ans. Uttarakhand

It is a multi-purpose rock and earth-fill embankment dam on the Bhagirathi River near Tehri in Uttarakhand, India.

Q. 8 Which one of the following statements is not correct regarding “Swachh Bharat Abhiyan”?
Ans. The Swachh Bharat Abhiyanhas been started only for cities.

Q. 9 Who was the prime minister of England during the first round table conference?
Ans. Ramsay MacDonald

Q. 10 Which of the following schemes is related to ensure full immunization with all available vaccines for children up to two years of age and pregnant women?
Ans. Mission Indradhanush (according to given options )

     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. 11 Who of the following are related to Kakori kand?
Ans. Ram Prasad Bismil, Ashfaqulla Khan and Roshan Singh

Q. 12 Which of the following countries has largest land area?
Ans. China (According to given options)

Q. 13 Which country is the largest producer of gold?
Ans. China

       China is the number one producer of gold in the world. The USGS estimates that China mined 455 metric tons of gold in 2016. Since gold began to be mined in the 1970s, gold production in China has rapidly increased. China finally overtook South Africa in 2007 as the world's top gold producer.

Q. 14 Who of the following had designed the Gateway of India?
Ans. George Wittet

     The final design of George Wittet was sanctioned in 1914 and the construction of the monument was completed in 1924.

Q. 15 Plants are green due to the presentation of –
Ans. Chlorophyll

Q. 16 One question from photosynthesis asked.

Q. 17 Which one of the following tax slabs related to GST is correct ?
Ans. (5,12,18,28)

Q. 18 Who was the last Nizam in Hyderabad?
Ans. Nawab Mir Osman Ali Khan Bahadur

 Nawab Mir Osman Ali Khan Bahadur

The last Nizam of Hyderabad, Nawab Mir Osman Ali Khan Bahadur, had 18 sons and 16 daughters.

Q. 19 Who of the following has not been the president of UNO?
Ans. According to given options.

Q. 20 One question from Miss Universe asked.

Q. 21 Rights against exploitation have been incorporated in –
Ans. Article 23, ( 24)

Q. 22 Where were 21st commonwealth games held?
Ans. Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, between 4 and 15 April 2018.

Q. 23 Which is the “Mars mission” launched by NASA?
Ans. InSight

The Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport mission is a robotic lander designed to study the deep interior of the planet Mars.

Q. 24 ………… is the last testing done by the test teams at the development site after the acceptance testing and before releasing the software for the beta test.
Ans. Alpha testing

Q. 25 Which state produced the largest cotton in India in 2019?
Ans. Maharashtra

Q. 26 Which one of the following states does not share its boundary with Nepal?
Ans. Jharkhand

Q. 27 One question from lens and its power asked.

Q. 28 Who of the following has written Gaban and Godan?
Ans. Munshi Premchand

Munshi Premchand has written many popular novels like Gaban and Godan and many more. Munshi Premchand is considered as one of the finest writers of Hindi-Urdu fiction.

Q. 29 Which one of the following countries is not a member of the World Bank?
Ans. Cuba

RRB NTPC 09 February 2021 Morning Shift Questions

Q. 1 Who was the first president of Indian National Congress?
Ans. Womesh Chunder Bonnerjee

  After the party's foundation in 1885, Womesh Chunder Bonnerjee became its first president. A total of sixty one people have served as the president of the Indian National Congress.

Q. 2 When was DRDO established?
Ans. 1958

Q. 3 India does not have a membership of –
Ans. (NATO) According to given options

Q. 4 Where did 1857 revolt start?
Ans. Meerut , but according to given options Barrackpore

    The rebellion began on 10 May 1857 in the form of a mutiny of sepoys of the Company's army in the garrison town of Meerut, 40 mi northeast of Delhi.

Q. 5 Which place is known to the Queen of Arabian Sea?
Ans. Kochi

    Kochi was the centre of Indian spice trade for many centuries, and was known to the Yavanas (Greeks and Romans) as well as Jews, Syrians, Arabs, and Chinese since ancient times.

Q. 6 The “Indian Premier League 2020” is the edition of –
Ans. 13th

Q. 7 The Brahmos Missile has been named after –
Ans. The Brahmaputra and Moskva rivers

      The missile, named after the Brahmaputra and Moskva rivers in India and Russia respectively, is a proud symbol of the combined efforts of Indian and Russian scientists.

Q. 8 How many permanent and non permanent members are there in UNO?
Ans. 5 Permanent, 10 Non Permanent

Q. 9 The headquarters of ONGC is situated in –
Ans. Delhi

Q. 10 Who is the founder of “Vikramshila” university?
Ans. Dharmapala

Vikramashila was founded by Pāla king Dharmapala in the late 8th or early 9th century. It prospered for about four centuries before it was destroyed by Bakhtiyar Khilji along with the other major centres of Buddhism in India around 1193.

Q. 11 “The Elephanta Caves” are dedicated to which God?
Ans. Hindu god Shiva.

Elephanta Caves are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a collection of cave temples predominantly dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva.

Q. 12 Where was “Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman’s” aircraft was landed?
Ans. Kashmir

Varthaman downed a Pakistani aircraft in a dogfight on February 27, before his own MiG-21 Bison was hit by a missile. He crash-landed in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) where he was caught.

Q. 13 When was the “World Bank” established?
Ans. 1944

Q. 14 What is the correct full form of “PDF”?
Ans. Portable Document Format

Q. 15 When was the National Science Academy formed?
Ans. 7 January 1935

Q. 16 In which river is the “Majuli island”?
Ans. Brahmaputra River.

Majuli, the largest river island in the world is situated right at the heart of Assam on the turbulent waters of the Brahmaputra River.

Q. 17 What is RK Laxman famous for?
Ans. Cartoonist

Rasipuram Krishnaswami Iyer Laxman (24 October 1921 – 26 January 2015), commonly known as R. K. Laxman, was an Indian cartoonist, illustrator, and humorist. He is best known for his creation The Common Man and for his daily cartoon strip, You Said It in The Times of India, which started in 1951.

Q. 18 Who of the following crowned as the king of Thailand in 2019?
Ans. King Maha Vajiralongkorn

King Maha Vajiralongkorn, officially known as King Rama X, was crowned in May 2019, almost three years after the death of the previous king, his father Bhumibol Adulyadej.

Q. 19 If Cow is the national animal of Nepal, the same India has –
Ans. Tiger

Q. 20 One question from books asked.

Q. 21 ‘Mollem National Park” is located in which state?
Ans. Goa

Q. 22 The joint sitting of the Parliament is called by the President 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. 23 One question from the satellite asked.

Q. 24 Where was Gautam Budhha born?
Ans. Lumbini (Nepal)

Siddhartha Gautama, the Lord Buddha, was born in 623 B.C. in the famous gardens of Lumbini, which soon became a place of pilgrimage. Among the pilgrims was the Indian emperor Ashoka, who erected one of his commemorative pillars there.

Q. 25 The villi in human body is found in –
Ans. Small intestine

The villi of the small intestine project into the intestinal cavity, greatly increasing the surface area for food absorption and adding digestive secretions. The villi number about 10 to 40 per square millimetre (6,000 to 25,000 per square inch) of tissue.

Q. 26 Arrange the following memories according to their size?
Ans. TB, GB, MB, KB

Q. 27 Which of the following instruments is played in Southern India?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 28 Which university invented the first electronic computer (ENIAC)?
Ans. The University of Pennsylvania

The University of Pennsylvania invent the first electronic digital computer (called the ENIAC) during the years 1943-1946, or was the ENIAC based on the prior invention of a small, special-purpose vacuum .

Q. 29 When was the Constitution of India adopted?
Ans. 26th November, 1949

The Republic is governed in terms of the Constitution of India which was adopted by the Constituent Assembly on 26th November, 1949 and came into force on 26th January, 1950.

RRB NTPC 09-02-2021 Evening Shift Memory Based Questions-

Q. 1 Why was the “Gateway of India” built?
Ans. To commemorate the landing of King George V and Queen Mary

       The Gateway of India is an arch monument built during the 20th century in Bombay, India. The monument was erected to commemorate the landing of King George V and Queen Mary at Apollo Bunder on their visit to India in 1911.It served to allow entry and access to India.

Q. 2 What is the next mission of ISRO after Chandrayaan 2?
Ans. Aditya-L1 (According to given options)

After Chandrayaan-2, ISRO has planned launch of its solar mission, Aditya-L1, in the first half of 2020 to study the Sun’s corona, according to the space agency. Aditya-L1 is meant to observe the corona, which are the outer layers of the Sun, extending to thousands of kilometres.

Q. 3 What is the correct full form of ATM?
Ans. Automated Teller Machine

An automated teller machine (ATM) is an electronic banking outlet that allows customers to complete basic transactions without the aid of a branch representative or teller.

Q. 4 When was the World Trade Organization formed?
Ans. 01 January 1995

Q. 5 “Madhubani painting” is related to which state?
Ans. Bihar

Madhubani painting, also referred to as Mithila Art (as it flourishes in the Mithila region of Bihar), is characterized by line drawings filled in by bright colours and contrasts or patterns.

Q. 6 When did non cooperation movement start?
Ans. September 1920

The Non-Cooperation Movement was pitched in under leadership of Mahatma Gandhi and the Indian National Congress from September 1920 to February 1922, marking a new awakening in the Indian Independence Movement.

Q. 7 Which energy is produced in a windmill?
Ans. Wind turbines convert the kinetic energy in the wind into mechanical power.

Wind turbines convert the kinetic energy in the wind into mechanical power. A generator can convert mechanical power into electricity. Mechanical power can also be utilized directly for specific tasks such as pumping water.

Q. 8 When was “Rani Laxmibai” killed?
Ans. 18 June 1858

Q. 9 Find odd one out –
Options – Keyboard, Motherboard, Hard disc, Printer
Ans. Printer

Q. 10 Who was the captain of India during ICC world 1983?
Ans. Kapil Dev

Legendary all-rounder Kapil Dev captained India to a historic World Cup triumph 37 years ago. India won the coveted cricket World Cup for the first time, defeating the mighty West Indies by 43 runs in the final at the iconic Lord’s ground on June 25, 1983.

Q. 11 Which of the following tissues are responsible to transport of water in plants?
Ans. Phloem and xylem

The structure of plant roots, stems, and leaves facilitates the transport of water, nutrients, and photosynthates throughout the plant. The phloem and xylem are the main tissues responsible for this movement.

Q. 12 Where was the first passenger train started in India?
Ans. Between Bori Bunder (Bombay) and Thane

On 16th April 1853, the first passenger train ran between Bori Bunder (Bombay) and Thane, a distance of 34 km. It was operated by three locomotives, named Sahib, Sultan and Sindh, and had thirteen carriages.

Q. 13 What is the correct full form of “EVM”?
Ans. Electronic Voting Machine

Q. 14 Why are the Buddhist stupas built?
Ans. To house the earthly remains of the historical Buddha and his associates.

Buddhist stupas were originally built to house the earthly remains of the historical Buddha and his associates and are almost invariably found at sites sacred to Buddhism.

Q. 15 What is the correct full form of “WEP”?
Ans. Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP)

Q. 16 Where was the Brahmo Samaj founded?
Ans. Kolkata

It was started at Calcutta on 20 August 1828 by Raja Ram Mohan Roy and Debendranath Tagore as reformation of the prevailing Brahmanism of the time (specifically Kulin practices) and began the Bengal Renaissance of the 19th century pioneering all religious, social and educational advance of the Hindu community.

Q. 17 “Kwashiorkor Disease” is caused by the deficiency of –
Ans. Protein

The main cause of kwashiorkor is not eating enough protein or other essential vitamins and minerals. It’s most common in developing countries with a limited food supply, poor hygiene, and a lack of education about the importance of giving babies and children an adequate diet.

Q. 18 The Agenda 21 action plan is related to –
Ans. The Rio Declaration

     Agenda 21, the Rio Declaration on Environment and Development, and the Statement of principles for the Sustainable Management of Forests were adopted by more than 178 Governments at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 3 to 14 June 1992.

Q. 19 In which spacecraft was Kalpana Chawla died?
Ans. Space Shuttle Columbia flight STS-107

On February 1, 2003, as the world waited for the return of the Space Shuttle Columbia flight STS-107, it disintegrated over Texas during its re-entry into the earth’s atmosphere. The disaster killed a seven-member crew including Kalpana Chawla, the first Indian woman to have been to space.

Q. 20 Which of the following events took place in 1909?
Ans. Morley-Minto or Minto -Morley Reforms

Q. 21 Which of the following states produces 1/3rd of total sugar production in India?
Ans. Uttar Pradesh

Uttar Pradesh is the highest sugarcane producing State in sub tropical zone having area about 22.77 Lakh ha with the production of 135.64 Million Ton cane whereas Haryana has highest productivity of sugarcane in Sub tropical zone.

Q. 22 Which was the first planetary mission of India?
Ans. Mars Orbiter Mission

Q. 23 Which five year plan was focused for the development of Scheduled Tribes?
Ans. Seventh Five Year Plan

In the Seventh Five Year Plan (1985-90), there was substantial increase in the flow of funds for the development of Scheduled Tribes, resulting in the expansion of infrastructural facilities and enlargement of coverage. Emphasis was laid on the educational development of Scheduled Tribes.

Q. 24 One question from oxidation asked.

Q. 25 Which of the following steel plants were set up in India with Russia ?
Ans. Bhilai Steel Plant & Bokaro steel Plant

Bhilai Steel Plant (BSP), the highest profit-making entity of state-run Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL), was set up with Russian technology.

Q. 26 The term “secularism” has been incorporated in –
Ans. Preamble of the Indian Constitution

       The word 'Secular' was incorporated in the Preamble by the 42nd Constitutional Amendment in 1976. The term secular in the Constitution of India means that all the religions in India get equal respect, protection and support from the state.

Q. 27 Where was the 2019 “Special Olympics” held?
Ans. Abu Dhabi (UAE)

Q. 28 Which of the following is not a personal computer?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 29 What is the atomicity of phosphorus?
Ans. The Atomicity of phosphorus is 4.

Atomicity is the number of atoms of an element present in one molecule of that element. The number of atoms present in a molecule of phosphorus are 4. So the atomicity of phosphorus is 4.

RRB NTPC 08 February 2021 Morning Shift Questions-

Q. 1 Who of the following wrote the books Meghdoot and Abhijnana Shakuntalam?
Ans. Kalidas

       Kalidas wrote the book Meghdoot, which included verses in Sanskrit.

Q. 2 ‘The Niagara falls” is located between –
Ans. USA & Canada.

        The Niagara River serves as an international border between the USA & Canada. There are two distinctive cities. Niagara Falls Ontario, Canada and Niagara Falls New York, United States of America.

Q. 3 The loan amount between ₹ 10 Lakhs and 1 crore is offered under which scheme?
Ans. MSME Loan or startups loan

     The MSME loan amount offered will be between ₹ 10 Lakhs and 1 crore. The rate of interest charged on the loan amount starts from 8%.

Q. 4 Which of the following IIT institutions received rank first in 2019?
Ans. IIT Madras

     IIT Madras ranked No. 1 in overall category, check top institutions list. President Ramnath Kovind will announce the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF India Rankings 2019) today, April 8, at Plenary Hall, Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi.

Q. 5 ‘Rashtriya Khel Protsahan Puruskar 2020 winner is –
Ans. Air Force Sports Control Board (According to given options)

    Air Force Sports Control Board was conferred with ‘Rashtriya Khel Protsahan Puruskar 2020.

Q. 6 Who was the first president of ISRO?
Ans. Vikram Sarabhai

Q. 7 Who of the following has recently resigned the president office of WTO?
Ans. Roberto Azevêdo

Q. 8 Who of the following shot General Michael O’Dyer?
Ans. Udham Singh

Udham Singh did not flee from the spot and was arrested for the killing. During his trial, Udham Singh said he had waited 21 years to kill General Michael O’Dyer as the British official “wanted to crush the spirit of my people, so I crushed him.” So he killed him.

Q. 9 One question from Plants asked.

Q. 10 What is the correct full form of FTTP?
Ans. Fiber to the premises (FTTP)

Fiber to the premises (FTTP) is a form of fiber-optic communication delivery, in which an optical fiber is run in an optical distribution network from the central office all the way to the premises occupied by the subscriber.

Q. 11 What is the scientific name of Mango?
Ans. Mangifera Indica (MI)

Mangifera indica (MI), also known as mango, aam, it has been an important herb in the Ayurvedic and indigenous medical systems for over 4000 years.

Q. 12 The upper house of the Indian Parliament is called –
Ans. Rajyasabha

Q. 13 Reorder the following movements according to their starting?
Options – Quit India Movement, Non cooperative movement, Flag Satyagraha, Jallianwala Bagh massacre

Q. 14 One question from Thallophyta asked.

Q. 15 Who of the following wrote the “Ekla Cholo Re” song?
Ans. Rabindranath Tagore in 1905.

Jodi Tor Dak Shune Keu Na Ase Tobe Ekla Cholo Re (“If no one responds to your call, then go your own way alone”), commonly known as Ekla Cholo Re, is a Bengali patriotic song written by Rabindranath Tagore in 1905.

Q. 16 Which one of the following states is not included in top five in terms of forest cover?
Options – Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Punjab
Ans. Punjab (according to given options)

    In terms of forest cover as percentage of total geographical area, the top five States are Mizoram (85.41%), Arunachal Pradesh (79.63%), Meghalaya (76.33%), Manipur (75.46%) and Nagaland (75.31%).

Q. 17 Which one of the following statements is not correct?
Ans. NATO – Brussels
UNICEF – Paris
OPEC – Zurich

Q. 18 “The Kolkata port” is located on the bank of which river?
Ans. Hooghly

     Port of Kolkata or Kolkata Port (KoPT) officially known as Syama Prasad Mookerjee Port Trust, is the only riverine major port of India located in the city of Kolkata, West Bengal, around 203 kilometres (126 mi) from the sea.

Q. 19 Which one of the following is not correctly matched?
Ans. Narora – Rajasthan

Q. 20 The 2020 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine is awarded to Harvey J. Alter, Michael Houghton and Charles M. Rice for the discovery of –
Ans. Hepatitis C virus.

Q. 21 Who of the following was arrested first by British Army during the 1857 revolution?
Ans. Mangal Pandey

   Mangal Pandey was arrested and sentenced to death after he attacked British officers in Barrackpore on March 29, 1857.

Q. 22 Which of the following schemes guarantees a 100 days of work in Rural areas?
Ans. Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme

     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. 23 Which of the following is a landlocked country?
Ans. Paraguay

Q. 24 One question from Rajya Sabha asked.

Q. 25 Silk is made from –
Ans. The cocoons of the larvae of the mulberry silkworm

     Fiber of silk is composed mainly of fibroin and is produced by certain insect larvae to form cocoons. The best-known silk is obtained from the cocoons of the larvae of the mulberry silkworm Bombyx mori reared in captivity.

Q. 26 From which of the following states passes the Kerala latitude?
Ans. Tamilnadu

Q. 27 The Yojana Aayog has replaced with –
Ans. The NITI Aayog

Q. 28 ‘The Bhutia tribe” belongs to which of the following states?
Ans. State of Sikkim

The Bhutia constitute a majority of the population of Bhutan, where they live mainly in the western and central regions of the country, and form minorities in Nepal and India, particularly in the Indian state of Sikkim.

Q. 29 Which of the following movements is related to Indigo Farming?
Ans. Champaran Satyagraha

Q. 30 Who of the following wrote the “Ignited Minds”?
Ans. Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam,

Ignited Minds is a book by Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, the former President of India and also known as the Missile Man of India for his work in the development of missiles and launch vehicles.

08 February 2021 RRB NTPC Evening Shift Asked Questions-

Q. 1 Which of the following countries is the largest producer of mica ?
Ans. India

India has a near monopoly in the production of mica, producing about 60% of the world’s total production. About 95% of India’s mica is found in just three states of India, namely Andhra Pradesh, Rajasthan and Jharkhand.

Q. 2 Who won the “Jnanpith Award” of Indian literature in English in 2019?
Ans. Amitav Ghosh

Bestselling author and leading contemporary English writer, Amitav Ghosh, was awarded the 54th Jnanpith Award for his contribution to the enrichment of Indian literature in English at a ceremony at the India Habitat Centre.

Q. 3 Who was the “Minister of Road Transport and Highways” in October 2020?
Ans. Nitin Gadkari

Q. 4 Who was the court poet of Harshavardhana?
Ans. Banabhatta

Banabhatta was the court poet of king Harshavardhana. Harshavardhana’s biography Harshacharita (“Deeds of Harsha”) was written by Sanskrit poet Banabhatta, which describes his association with Thanesar.

Q. 5 Which one of the following statements is not correctly matched?
Ans. Australia – Sydney (according to given options )

Q. 6 What is the SI unit of “Force”?
Ans. Newton

Q. 7 The “Sharda Act” is related to –
Ans. Child Marriage Restraint

The Child Marriage Restraint Act, 1929, passed on 28 September 1929, in the Imperial Legislative Council of India, fixed the age of marriage for girls at 14 years and boys at 18 years which was later amended to 18 for girls and 21 for boys. It is popularly known as the Sharda Act, after its sponsor Harbilas Sharda.

Q. 8 Who gave the theory of “Relativity” (E= Mc2) ?
Ans. Albert Einstein

Q. 9 Which one of the following is not a member of SAARC?
Ans. According to given options

  The member states are Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, the Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. The SAARC was founded by seven states in 1985.

Q. 10 What is the correct full form of SMPS in computer system ?
Ans. Switching Mode Power Supply

Q. 11 What is the correct full form of BHEL?
Ans. Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited

Q. 12 One question from ‘Dynasty” asked.

Q. 13 The power of Judicial Review is incorporated in Articles –
Ans. (32, 226) according to given options

  The power of Judicial Review is incorporated in Articles 226 and 227 of the Constitution insofar as the High Courts are concerned. In regard to the Supreme Court Articles 32 and 136 of the Constitution, the judiciary in India has come to control by judicial review every aspect of governmental and public functions.

Q. 14 Which one of the following schemes has been started by India?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 15 Which scheme has been started by LIC for landless rural farmers?
Ans. Aam Aadmi Bima Yojana

This Aam Aadmi Bima Yojana of the LIC has been launched by the Ministry of Finance, Government of India. Under this LIC plan, lifetime coverage is given to those landless rural farmers who are head of their family.

Q. 16 Which of the following dynasties for the first time fought battle in the sea?
Ans. Chola dynasty

Q. 17 “FIFA Club World Cup Final” 2019 winner is –
Ans. Liverpool F. C.

Q. 18 What is “Bhuvan” launched by ISRO?
Ans. Geo- Portal Map Explorer

ISRO launched the beta version of its web-based GIS tool, Bhuvan, on August 12, 2009. Bhuvan offers detailed imagery of Indian locations compared to other Virtual Globe Software, with spatial resolutions ranging up to 1 metre.

Q. 19 Which one of the following diseases is not related to “Human Eye”?
Ans. Goitre (According to given Options)

Q. 20 Which state is not included in Seven Sisters?
Ans. Sikkim

The seven sisters of Northeast India include – Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura. Whereas Sikkim is called the only Brother of seven sisters.

Q. 21 When was NHRC formed?
Ans. 1993

Q. 22 Who of the following introduced the scientific naming system ?
Ans. Carl Linnaeus

In truth, Linnaeus adopted their work and is responsible for the formal introduction of the naming system into the scientific world through his 1735 publication Systema Naturae which listed around 10,000 species consisting of 6,000 plants and 4,236 animals.

Q. 23 When was the “Narcotics Department” established?
Ans. 1986

Q. 24 “National Handloom Day” is celebrated every year on –
Ans. 7th August

Q. 25 In which five year plan heavy industry was given priority?
Ans. Second Five Year Plan

The Second Five Year Plan accorded top priority to the programme of Industrialisation . Based on the Mahalanobis model, the 2nd plan emphasised the setting up of Basic and Heavy Industries so as to establish a strong base for rapid industrialisation, self-reliance, technological development.

Q. 26 Which one of the following is an indigenous aircraft of India ?
Ans. INS Arihant

Q. 27 Which of the following is a “Sedimentary rocks”?
Ans. Sand stone

Q. 28 The “Red Panda Winter Carnival Festival” is celebrated in which state?
Ans. Sikkim

The Sikkim Red Panda Winter Carnival Festival which is named after the exotic Red Panda, the state animal of Sikkim, is the biggest tourism festival of the state and aims at promoting communal harmony and ‘Unity in Diversity’, whereby all the ethnic communities of Sikkim come together to celebrate life and culture.

Q. 29 The study of cell is called-
Ans. Cytology

Q. 30 Who was the first president of UNO?
Ans. Paul-Henri Spaak

Paul-Henri Spaak, Foreign Minister of Belgium, was elected first President of the General Assembly of the United Nations on January 16, 1946 and held this office for one session.

RRB NTPC 05 February 2021 Morning Shift Questions-

Q. 1 Which of the following Organisations works for children’s welfare?
Ans. UNICEF

       UNICEF works in over 190 countries and territories to save children's lives, to defend their rights, and to help them fulfil their potential, from early childhood through adolescence.

Q. 2 What is the interface between the user and the computer?
Ans. Operating System

      An Operating System acts as a interface between user and computer​. Explanation: The operating system acts as an interaction tunnel (interface) between the person and the equipment of the pc. The intent of the software was to provide a framework on which the user can encrypt files in an expedient and timely manner.

Q. 3 The Mudumalai National Park is located in which state?
Ans. Tamil Nadu, India

        The Mudumalai National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary also a declared tiger reserve, lies on the northwestern side of the Nilgiri Hills (Blue Mountains), in Nilgiri District, about 150 kilometres (93 mi) north-west of Coimbatore city in Tamil Nadu, India. It shares its boundaries with the states of Karnataka and Kerala.

Q. 4 How tall is K2 from base to summit?
Ans. 611 metres

      K2, at 8,611 metres (28,251 ft) above sea level, is the second highest mountain in India.

Q. 5 Which of the following institutions is related to health?
Ans. World Health Organization

Q. 6 Which of the following gases also known as “Laughing Gas”?
Ans. N₂O (Nitrous oxide)

      Nitrous oxide (N2O), also called dinitrogen monoxide, laughing gas, or nitrous, one of several oxides of nitrogen, a colourless gas with pleasant, sweetish odour and taste, which when inhaled produces insensibility to pain preceded by mild hysteria, sometimes laughter.

Q. 7 Which of the following is India’s first indigenous nuclear submarine?
Ans. INS Arihant

INS Arihant is India’s first indigenous nuclear submarine. The Arihant was launched on 26 July 2009, the anniversary of Vijay Diwas (Kargil War Victory Day) by former Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh’s wife Gursharan Kaur.

Q. 8 One question from Mountain range asked.

Q. 9 Why did the Jallianwala Bagh massacre happen?
Ans. Opposition of Rowlatt act

       The demonstration was to demand the release of two popular leaders of the Indian Independence Movement, Satya Pal and Saifuddin Kitchlew, who had been earlier arrested by the government and moved to a secret location. Both were proponents of the Satyagraha movement led by Gandhi.

Q. 10 The Banihal Pass is situated in –
Ans. Jammu and Kashmir

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

Q. 11 Who of the following gave the title of Mahatma to Mahatma Gandhi?
Ans. Rabindranath Tagore

Q. 12 The Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) is a department works directly under –
Ans. Prime Minister of India

The Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) (IAST: Paramāṇu Ūrjā Vibhāga) is a department directly under the Prime Minister of India with headquarters in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.

Q. 13 The First Five-year Plan was based on –
Ans. Harrod–Domar model

The First Five-year Plan was launched in 1951 which mainly focused on development the primary sector. The First Five-Year Plan was based on the Harrod–Domar model with few modifications.

Q. 14 Who is the writer of “Dashakumaracharita”?
Ans. Dandin

Dashakumaracharita (The narrative of ten young men) is a prose romance in Sanskrit, attributed to Dandin (दण्डी), believed to have flourished in the seventh to eighth centuries CE.

Q. 15 Who is the current president of Press Trust of India?
Ans. Aveek Sarkar

Press Trust of India is the only news agency in South Asia which operates its own communication satellite, an INSAT, to broadcast news and information. Its current chairman is Aveek Sarkar, the Chairman of ABP group.

Q. 16 What was the objective of the Eleventh Five Year Plan?
Ans. Socio-Economic Development.

        The Eleventh Five Year Plan aims to achieve improved quality of life for the citizens of the state and contribute to the larger national goals of socio-economic development. This will require faster and more equitable social and economic development of the state.

Q. 17 Find odd one out –
Ans. According to given options

Q. 18 What is the state bird of Andaman and Nicobar Islands?
Ans. Andaman Wood Pigeon

Andaman Wood Pigeon is an endemic bird, which is found only in Andaman and Nicobar group of islands. This bird is of the size of a domestic pigeon with longer tail. This bird has whitish head with checkerboard pattern on neck.

Q. 19 Who of the following started the Home rule League?
Ans. Bal Gangadhar Tilak

Tilak founded the first home rule league at the Bombay provincial congress at Belgaum in April 1916. then after this Annie Besant founded second league at Adyar Madras in September 1916.

Q. 20 Who got the first Padma Vibhushan award in dance?
Ans. Rukmini Devi Arundale.

Q. 21 Which one of the following is not a “Hot Water Stream”?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 22 Which type of satellite is the “GSAT (Geostationary Satellite)”
Ans. Communications satellite

The GSAT (Geostationary Satellite) satellites are India’s indigenously developed communications satellites, used for digital audio, data and video broadcasting.

Q. 23 The headquarters of the International Labour Organization is located?
Ans. Geneva (Switzerland)

Q. 24 Which of the following site of Gujarat is related to the Indus Valley Civilization?
Ans. According to given options
Sites in Gujarat – Lothal, Dholavira, Rangpur

Q. 25 One question from scheme related to water asked.

Q. 26 When was the “Surat session” of Indian National Congress held?
Ans. 1907

     Indian National Congress into two groups - the Extremists and the Moderates - at the Surat session in 1907.

Q. 27 What generation is FORTRAN language?
Ans. Third Generation ( according to given options)

    Examples of common and historical third-generation programming languages are ALGOL, BASIC, C, COBOL, Fortran, Java, and Pascal.

Q. 28 Who is the founder of “www.com”?
Ans. Tim Berners-Lee

Tim Berners-Lee, a British scientist, invented the World Wide Web (WWW) in 1989, while working at CERN. The Web was originally conceived and developed to meet the demand for automated information-sharing between scientists in universities and institutes around the world.

Q. 29 Which of the following is used to purify water?
Ans. Alum

Alum, also known as potassium aluminum sulfate, can be used to purify water. Alum in its powdered form can be added to water to bind with phosphorous particles to aid the water purification process.

RRB NTPC 04 February 2021 Morning Shift Questions

Q.1 “World Bamboo Day” is celebrated every year on –
Ans. September 18

World Bamboo Day is a day of celebration to increase the awareness of bamboo globally. Where bamboo grows naturally, bamboo has been a daily element, but its utilization has not always been sustainable due to exploitation. It is celebrated on September 18 every year.

Q. 2 The Golden Quadrilateral is a national highway network that connects –
Ans. Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai.

    The Golden Quadrilateral is a national highway network connecting most of the major industrial, agricultural and cultural centres of India. It forms a quadrilateral connecting the four major metro cities of India, viz., Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai.

Q. 3 Who of the following launched the Khilafat Movement?
Ans. Shaukat Ali and Maulana Mohammad Ali

The Khilafat movement, also known as the Indian Muslim movement (1919–24), was a pan-Islamist political protest campaign launched by Muslims of British India led by Shaukat Ali, Maulana Mohammad Ali Jauhar, Hakim Ajmal Khan, and Abul Kalam Azad.

Q. 4 What is “G-7”?
Ans. The Group of Seven is an intergovernmental organization consisting of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States.

Q. 5 When was Purna Swaraj declared by congress ?
Ans. January 26, 1930

The Purna Swaraj resolution—proclaimed on January 26, 1930, later to be celebrated as independent India’s Republic Day—called for “complete freedom from the British”.

Q. 6 Where is the one horned rhinoceros found?
Ans. Assam

     The Indian state of Assam is home to the largest population of greater-one horned rhinos, with more than 90% in Kaziranga National Park.

Q. 7 Where was the first English factory set up?
Ans. Surat

The first English factory in India was established at Surat. By January 1613, the first East India Company factory had come up at Surat.

Q. 8 When was the ” East India Company” established?
Ans. 1600 AD

Q. 9 How many members does the IMF have?
Ans. 190 member countries

   The International Monetary Fund, or IMF, promotes international financial stability and monetary cooperation. It also facilitates international trade, promotes employment and sustainable economic growth, and helps to reduce global poverty. The IMF is governed by and accountable to its 190 member countries.

Q. 10 In which cave 12 boys and their football coach were trapped?
Ans. Tham Luang cave

On 23 June, 12 boys and their football coach walked into a cave after football practice in northern Thailand. The boys, who are part of the Moo Pa – or Wild Boars – football team, became trapped when heavy rains flooded the Tham Luang cave and cut off their escape route.

Q. 11 Ajanta Caves in Maharashtra contain paintings of –
Ans. Buddha Religion

The caves also present paintings depicting the past lives and rebirths of the Buddha, pictorial tales from Aryasura’s Jatakamala, and rock-cut sculptures of Buddhist deities.

Q. 12 Who of the following designed the “Statue of Unity”?
Ans. Ram V. Sutar

    It was designed by Indian sculptor Ram V. Sutar, and was inaugurated by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 31 October 2018, the 143rd anniversary of Sardar Patel's birth.

Q. 13 What was the old name of Iran?
Ans. Persia

Ancient Iran, also known as Persia, historic region of southwestern Asia that is only roughly coterminous with modern Iran.

Q. 14 The Muslim League was a political party established in –
Ans. 30 December 1906 at Dacca, British India (now Dhaka, Bangladesh)

Q. 15 Where does digestion of food begin?
Ans. Mouth

The digestive process starts in your mouth when you chew. Your salivary glands make saliva, a digestive juice, which moistens food so it moves more easily through your esophagus into your stomach. Saliva also has an enzyme that begins to break down starches in your food.

Q. 16 What is the correct full form of MPEG?
Ans. Moving Picture Experts Group

The Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG) is an alliance of working groups of ISO and IEC that sets standards for media coding, including compression coding of audio, video, graphics and genomic data, and transmission and file formats for various applications.

Q. 17 Which of the following following is the largest unit of Computer Memory?

Options – GB, TB, PB, MB
Ans. PB

Q. 18 One question from the size of states asked.

Q. 19 Who of the following came to India from Uzbekistan in the 11th century?
Ans. Al-Beruni

     The eminent Uzbek scholar Al-Beruni visited India in the 11th century.

Q. 20 What is the main aim of the first Five Year Plan in India?
Ans. Agricultural development

The First Plan had the objectives of rehabilitating refugees, agricultural development, and self-sufficiency in food along with controlling inflation.

Q. 21 Which of the following straits is located between Morocco and Spain?
Ans. The Strait of Gibraltar

The Strait of Gibraltar, also known as the Straits of Gibraltar, is a narrow strait that connects the Atlantic Ocean to the Mediterranean Sea and separates the Iberian Peninsula in Europe from Morocco in Africa.

Q. 22 When was the State Bank of India established?
Ans. 1 July 1955

Constitution of State Bank of India
An act was accordingly passed in Parliament in May 1955 and the State Bank of India was constituted on 1 July 1955.

Q. 23 Find odd one out –

    Options -Venus , Mars ,Jupiter Cheron

Ans. Cheron

Q. 24 Who of the following gave the “Survival of the fittest theory”?
Ans. Charles Darwin

Survival of the fittest, term made famous in the fifth edition (published in 1869) of On the Origin of Species by British naturalist Charles Darwin, which suggested that organisms best adjusted to their environment are the most successful in surviving and reproducing.

Q. 25 How many sheets are available in Excel?
Ans. 255 sheets

     Although you're limited to 255 sheets in a new workbook, Excel doesn't limit how many worksheets you can add after you've created a workbook. The only factor that ultimately limits the number of worksheets your workbook can hold is your computer's memory.

Q. 26 Who of the following wrote the ” Coolie” book?
Ans. Mulk Raj Anand

Coolie is a novel by Mulk Raj Anand first published in 1936.

04 January 2021 RRB NTPC Exam Evening Shift Asked Questions-

Q. 1 Who introduces a government bill in the parliament?
Ans. by Ministers

     Bills introduced by private members are referred to as private member's Bills and those introduced by ministers are called government Bills.

Q. 2 Who was the first Loksabha speaker?
Ans. Ganesh Vasudev Mavalankar

       Ganesh Vasudev Mavalankar (27 November 1888 – 27 February 1956) popularly known as Dadasaheb was an independence activist, the President (from 1946 to 1947) of the Central Legislative Assembly, then Speaker of the Constituent Assembly of India, and later the first Speaker of the Lok Sabha, the lower house of the Indian Parliament.

Q. 3 Who of the following shot General Michael O’Dyer?
Ans. Udham Singh

    Udham Singh shot General Michael O'Dyer at a joint meeting of the East India Association and the Central Asian Society at Caxton Hall, London. Udham Singh did not flee from the spot and was arrested for the killing.

Q. 4 Who among the following got the “Bharat Ratna Award” before becoming the President of India?
Ans. APJ Abdul Kalam

       Former President of India, APJ Abdul Kalam was awarded India's highest civilian honour, the Bharat Ratna in 1997, almost five years before he became the President on July 25, 2002.

Q. 5 Which of the following is the latest country to join the BRICS?
Ans. South Africa

In 2011, with South Africa joining the group, the BRICS reached its final composition, incorporating a country from the African continent.

Q. 6 Who of the following has won the Ramon Magsaysay Award?
Ans. Arvind Kejriwal (according to given Options)

In 2006, Kejriwal was awarded the Ramon Magsaysay Award for Emergent Leadership in recognition of his involvement in the grassroots level movement Parivartan using right to information legislation in a campaign against corruption.

Q. 7 Where was the SAARC founded?
Ans. Dhaka

The SAARC was founded in Dhaka on 8 December 1985. Its secretariat is based in Kathmandu, Nepal. The organization promotes development of economic and regional integration.

Q. 8 Who was the prime minister of Britain during the “Cripps mission 1942” ?
Ans. Prime Minister Winston Churchill

    The Cripps mission was an attempt in late March 1942 by the British government to secure full Indian cooperation and support for their efforts in World War II. The mission was headed by Sir Stafford Cripps, a senior left-wing politician and government minister in the War Cabinet of Prime Minister Winston Churchill.

Q. 9 Who of the following is called ‘the Father of civil service in India’?
Ans. Charles Cornwallis

    During the British raj, Warren Hastings laid the foundation of civil service and Charles Cornwallis reformed, modernised, and rationalised it. Hence, Charles Cornwallis is known as 'the Father of civil service in India'.

Q. 10 Who started the “Asiatic Society” ?
Ans. Sir William Jones

Asiatic Society of Bengal, scholarly society founded on Jan. 15, 1784, by Sir William Jones, a British lawyer and Orientalist, to encourage Oriental studies. At its founding, Jones delivered the first of a famous series of discourses.

Q.11 Find odd one out –
Surat, Panaji, Mumbai, Patna
Ans. Surat

Q. 12 Who of the following founded a newspaper named “Kesari” ?
Ans. Bal Gangadhar Tilak

Bal Gangadhar Tilak in 1881 founded a newspaper named Kesari which was used as a mouthpiece for the Indian national freedom movement.

Q. 13 One question from temple was asked.

Q. 14 When was “Saansad Adarsh Gram Yojana (SAGY)” launched?
Ans. 2014

      "Saansad Adarsh Gram Yojana (SAGY)" was launched on 11th October 2014 with the aim to translate the comprehensive vision of Mahatma Gandhi about an ideal Indian village into reality, keeping in view the present context.

Q. 15 One question from Angiosperms asked.

     Angiosperms are plants that produce flowers and bear their seeds in fruits.

Q. 16 Which of the following is the oldest trade union federation in India?
Ans. All India Trade Union Congress

The All India Trade Union Congress is the oldest trade union federation in India. It is associated with the Communist Party of India. According to provisional statistics from the Ministry of Labour, AITUC had a membership of 14.2 million in 2013.

Q. 17 Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar International Airport is located in –
Ans. Indore (MP)

         Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar Airport is an international airport that principally serves Indore and adjacent regions in the Indian State of Madhya Pradesh. 

Q. 18 Which shortcut key is used to move on previous file?
Ans. Alt.+ Tab

Q. 19 Which dance was performed by Michael Jackson?
Ans. The moonwalk

Q. 20 What is Spider in computer ?
Ans. A search engine

Spider, also known as a web crawler.

Q. 21 Which colour bents less when sunlight is passed through a prism?
Ans. Red colour

      If  a beam of white light is passed through glass prism then it will split in to seven colours. These colours are red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet (VIBGYOR).   As light passes through a prism, it is bent, or refracted, by the angles and plane faces of the prism and each wavelength of light is refracted by a slightly different amount. As a result, all of the colors in the white light of the sun separate into the individual bands of color characteristic of a rainbow.

Q. 22 When was the “Jawahar Gram Samridhi Yojana (JGSY)” started?
Ans. 1st April 1999

        Jawahar Gram Samridhi Yojana (JGSY) is the restructured, streamlined and comprehensive version of the erstwhile Jawahar Rozgar Yojana (JRY). Launched on 1st April 1999, it has been designed to improve the quality of life of the rural poor by providing them additional gainful employment.

Q. 23 Find odd one out –
Options – Mouse, Hard disk, Motherboard, RAM
Ans. Mouse

Q. 24 The Dhauladhar range is a part of which Himalayas ?
Ans. Middle Himalayas

The Dhauladhar range (lit. The White Range) is part of a lesser Himalayan chain of mountains.

Q. 25 When was the GSAT-6A Satellite successfully launched?
Ans. March 29, 2018

India’s Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV-F08) successfully launched GSAT-6A Satellite into Geosynchronous Transfer Orbit (GTO) today (March 29, 2018).

RRB NTPC 03 February 2201 Morning Shift Questions-

Q. 1 Which is the largest freshwater lake in northern India?
Ans. Loktak Lake

Manipur’s Loktak Lake – the largest freshwater lake in Northeast India – is an internationally important, Ramsar designated, freshwater wetland system in the state of Manipur, India.

Q. 2 Which one of the following computer languages is “Scientific languages”?
Ans. FORTRAN (According to given options )

 Scientific languages include MATLAB, Maple, Python, FORTRAN, ALGOL, APL, J, Julia, Wolfram Language, and R. In other fields, scientific language is loosely defined as being grammatically correct, and giving concise and correct information.

Q. 3 Which is the boundary line between India and Pakistan?
Ans. Radcliffe Line

The Radcliffe Line was the boundary demarcation line between the Indian and Pakistani portions of the Punjab and Bengal provinces of British India.

Q. 4 Who is the current chief minister of Goa?
Ans. Pramod Pandurang Sawant

Pramod Pandurang Sawant (born 24 April 1973) is an Indian politician who is the 13th and current Chief Minister of Goa.

Q. 5 Who of the following published the Bengal gazette?
Ans. James Augustus Hicky

James Augustus Hicky was an Irishman who launched the first printed newspaper in India, Hicky’s Bengal Gazette.

Q. 6 Who is the only Indian woman to win 6 gold medals in boxing?
Ans. Mary Kom

 She became the first Indian female boxer to win a gold medal in the Asian Games in 2014 at Incheon, South Korea and is the first Indian female boxer to win gold at the 2018 Commonwealth Games. She is also the only boxer to become Asian Amateur Boxing Champion for a record six times.

Q. 7 Which of the following states banned E- Cigarette first?
Ans. Jharkhand

Jharkhand, a state in eastern India, has become the first state to actually implement the ban E- Cigarette.

Q. 8 In which article “Right to Equality” has been mentioned?
Ans. Article – 14 (according to given options )

Q. 9 Who of the following won the ICC men’s ODI Player of the Decade award?
Ans. Virat Kohali

Indian skipper Virat Kohli won the ICC men’s ODI Player of the Decade award for his prolific record in the 50-over format while former wicket-keeper MS Dhoni won the ICC Spirit of Cricket Award of the Decade.

Q. 10 Who was the first governor of RBI?
Ans. CD Deshmukh or Osborne Smith ( according to given options )

Q. 11 Uttar Pradesh : Lucknow :: Madhya Pradesh : ?
Ans. Bhopal

Q. 12 Which is the outermost layer in an human l cell called?
Ans. Cell Membrane.

 The outermost layer in an animal cell is known as the Cell Membrane. While in the plants cell is the cell wall.

Q. 13 The “Operation Vijay 1999” is related to –
Ans. Kargil War.

Operation Vijay (1999), the Indian operation to push back infiltrators in the Kargil War.

Q. 14 Recently India’s longest 300-meter single lane steel cable suspension bridge was inaugurated in –
Ans. Arunachal Pradesh

India’s longest 300-meter single lane steel cable suspension bridge was inaugurated in Arunachal Pradesh.
The bridge across the Siang river at Yingkiong in Upper Siang district has been named Byorung Bridge.

Q. 15 Who was the founder of the “East India Association” ?
Ans. Dadabhai Naoroji

The East India Association was founded by Dadabhai Naoroji in 1866, in collaboration with Indians and retired British officials in London.

Q. 16 Who of the following leaders of Indian National Congress is related to extremist?
Ans. Bal Gangadhar Tilak

 Bal Gangadhar Tilak (23 July 1856 – 1 August 1920), born Keshav Gangadhar Tilak, was a popular leader of the people who fought for Indian independence during the Indian Independence Movement. He was a journalist, teacher, social reformer, playwright, and lawyer. He was also a political extremist.

Q. 17 ……… is a popular group of dance of Kerala performed by 8 women.
Ans. Thirvathirakli

Q.18 When did the Khilafat movement start?
Ans. 1919

  The Khilafat movement, also known as the Indian Muslim movement (1919–24), was a pan-Islamist political protest campaign launched by Muslims of British India led by Shaukat Ali, Maulana Mohammad Ali Jauhar, Hakim Ajmal Khan, and Abul Kalam Azad to restore the caliph of the Ottoman Caliphate.

Q. 19 Who of the following won the “Rabindranath Tagore Literary Prize 2019”?
Ans. Yohei Sasakawa
Rabindranath Tagore Literary Prize 2019 for Social Achievement was awarded to Yohei Sasakawa, for his incredible efforts to uproot leprosy and his great contribution to world peace, and to Madame President of Taiwan.

Q. 20 One question from Right to water to 55 litre asked.

Q. 21 Who of the following audits the accounts of government?
Ans. Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG)

Q. 22 Which of the following agencies tested the NAG anti tank missile in Pokhran?
Ans. DRDO

Q. 23 One question from books asked.

Q. 24 In which state are the most Graphite reserves found?
Ans. Arunachal Pradesh.

About 35 % of India’s total Graphite reserves is found in Arunachal Pradesh. This is the highest found in country. Background: As per GSI’s 2013 report, Arunachal Pradesh sits on 43% of the country’s graphite resources followed by Jammu & Kashmir (37%), Jharkhand (6%), Tamil Nadu (5%), and Odisha (3%).

Q. 25 How much funds are transferred into farmers under PM Kisan Yojana?
Ans. 6000 rs.

Under the scheme, an amount of Rs 6,000 per year is transferred in three four-monthly instalments of Rs 2000 directly into the bank accounts of the farmers, subject to certain exclusion criteria relating to higher-income status.

RRB NTPC 03-02-2021 Evening Shift GK Asked Questions

Q.1 When did Governor General change to Viceroy?
Ans. 1858

Viceroy (1858-1947): After the revolt of 1857, the company rule was abolished and India came under the direct control of the British crown. Government of India Act 1858 passed which changed the name of post-Governor General of India by Viceroy of India. The Viceroy was appointed directly by the British government.

Q. 2 What was the main purpose of Namami Gange Programme?
Ans. Abatement of pollution

   Namami Gange Programme', is an Integrated Conservation Mission, approved as 'Flagship Programme' by the Union Government in June 2014 with budget outlay of Rs. 20,000 Crore to accomplish the twin objectives of effective abatement of pollution, conservation and rejuvenation of National River Ganga.

Q. 3 What is the screen that appears on the monitor called?
Ans. VDU ( Visual Display Unit )

A VDU ( Visual Display Unit ) displays images generated by a computer or other electronic device. The term VDU is often used synonymously with "monitor," but it can also refer to another type of display, such as a digital projector.

Q. 4 When was the first Loksabha election held?
Ans. 1952

The Indian general election of 1951–52, held from 25 October 1951 to 21 February 1952, was the first election to the Lok Sabha.

Q. 5 Who was the president of NITI Aayog in 2015?
Ans. PM Narendra Modi

Q. 6 PM Narendra Modi ji inaugurated the Supreme Court Building of –
Ans. Mauritius

  PM Narendra Modi inaugurates the Supreme Court Building of Mauritius with PM Jugnauth.

Q. 7 One question from Ph of litmus asked.

Q. 8 Who is the youngest Nobel Prize winner?
Ans. Malala Yousafzai

In October 2014, Malala Yousafzai, along with Indian children’s rights activist Kailash Satyarthi, was named a Nobel Peace Prize winner. At age 17, she became the youngest person to receive this prize. Accepting the award, Malala Yousafzai reaffirmed that “This award is not just for me.

Q. 9 Who of the following convened the third Buddhist Council?
Ans. King Ashoka

      The Third Buddhist Council was convened by the Mauryan king Ashoka at Pātaliputra (today's Patna), under the leadership of the monk Moggaliputta Tissa.

Q. 10 Which one of the following is not an element?
Ans. Silica (according to given options)

Q. 11 Which is the sixth largest country by area in the world?
Ans. Australia

Q. 12 What type of lens is used by a dentist?
Ans. Concave Mirror

       The dentist uses a CONCAVE MIRROR to observe a magnified image of the tooth.

Q. 13 Which of the following ministries introduced the GST?
Ans. Finance Ministry

Q. 14 India is not a member of –
Ans. NATO

Q. 15 FAME-II scheme is related to –
Ans. Vehicle Subsidy

Q. 16 Who is known as the Iron Man of India?
Ans. Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel

India’s first home minister and also the first deputy prime minister, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel died today 67 years ago, at the age of 75. Known as the “Iron Man” of India, Patel was instrumental in uniting the country through merger of small princely states.

Q. 17 Heart : Blood Pump :: Lungs : ?
Ans. Respiration

Q. 18 Why did Gandhiji decide to withdraw the Non-Cooperation Movement?
Ans. Chauri Chaura incident in 1922

Gandhiji decided to withdraw the Non-Cooperation Movement due to the Chauri Chaura incident in 1922 where the people clashed with the police, setting a police-station on fire.

Q. 19 How many states share the boundary with Nepal?
Ans. Five

Nepal shares a border of about 1850 km with five Indian States – Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal and Sikkim.

Q. 20 “Civil Services Day” is celebrated every year on –
Ans. 21 April

Q. 21 What is the correct full form of NABARD?
Ans. National Bank for Agriculture & Rural Development

Q. 22 The Brihadeshwara Temple is located in-
Ans. Tamilnadu

Q. 23 Amanpreet Singh is related to which game?
Ans. Shooter

Amanpreet Singh is an Indian Shooter. He is from Phillaur, Jalandhar, Punjab who competes in the 50 meter pistol and 10 meter air pistol events. Amanpreet won the silver in Men’s 50 meter pistol at the 2017 ISSF World Cup, New Delhi and won the bronze at 2017 ISSF World Cup Final, New Delhi.

Q. 24 One question from book & author asked.

Q. 25 What causes the sky to be blue?
Ans. Light scattering

Gases and particles in Earth’s atmosphere scatter sunlight in all directions. Blue light is scattered more than other colors because it travels as shorter, smaller waves. This is why we see a blue sky most of the time.

Q. 26 How many non permanent members are on the Security Council?
Ans. Ten

UNSC membership, resolution procedures
The UNSC has 15 members and five of them — US, UK, Russia, China and France — are permanent members, who have veto rights. The ten elected or non-permanent members have a tenure of two years.

Q. 27 Who of the following sends the final decision of cabinet to the President of India?
Ans. Prime Minister of India

There shall be a Council of Ministers with the Prime Minister at the head to aid and advise the President who shall, in the exercise of his functions, act in accordance with such advice.

Q. 28 When was the planning commission changed to NITI Aayog?
Ans. On 1 January 2015

On 1 January 2015, a Cabinet resolution was passed to replace the Planning Commission with the newly formed NITI Aayog (National Institution for Transforming India).

RRB NTPC 02 February 2021 Morning Shift Questions-

Q. 1 Which of the following institutions releases “ease of doing business index “?
Ans. The World Bank

The World Bank has released its 17th annual report on ‘Ease of Doing Business 2020’ to ‘Compare Business Regulation in 190 Economies’.

Q. 2 In which states the Hornbill Festival is celebrated ?
Ans. Nagaland

  The Hornbill Festival is a celebration held every year from 1 to 10 December, in Nagaland, Northeast India. It is also called the 'Festival of Festivals'.

Q. 3 Where was the “Indian National Congress” conducted its first session?
Ans. Bombay

     The Indian National Congress conducted its first session in Bombay from 28–31 December 1885 at the initiative of retired Civil Service officer Allan Octavian Hume.

Q. 4 The first tropical cyclone of the 2020, ‘Amphan” originated in –
Ans. Bay of Bengal

Q. 5 Who won the Gandhi Peace Prize 2018?
Ans. Yohei Sasakawa

   Gandhi Peace Prize for 2018 will be conferred on Yohei Sasakawa who is Goodwill Ambassador of the World Health Organization for Leprosy Eradication.

Q. 6 Which article is related to the Panchayati Raj?
Ans. Article 243 to 243(O)

The 73rd Amendment 1992 added a new Part IX to the constitution titled “The Panchayats” covering provisions from Article 243 to 243(O); and a new Eleventh Schedule covering 29 subjects within the functions of the Panchayats.

Q. 7 Who was the mentor of Chandra Gupta Maurya?
Ans. Chanakya or Kautilya

Q. 8 One question from the Coral Reef asked.

Q. 9 The World Bank and IMF are located in –
Ans. Washington, D.C

The World Bank and the IMF are both based in Washington, D.C., and work closely with each other.

Q. 10 Which article of the Indian Constitution is related to “Abolition of titles”?
Ans. Article 18

Abolition of titles means – (1) No title, not being a military or academic distinction, shall be conferred by the State. (2) No citizen of India shall accept any title from any foreign State.

Q. 11 Satyameva Jayate is a part of a mantra taken from?

Ans. Mundaka Upanishad

Q. 12 Which one of the statements is not correct regarding Rann of Kutch?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 13 When was the NITI Aayog formed?
Ans. 01 January 2015

Q. 14 Which one of the following statements is correct regarding “International Space Station”?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 15 One question from the Olympic Games was asked.

Q. 16 Which one of the following devices is not an Output device?
Ans. Scanner

Q. 17 Which one of the following statements is not correct regarding Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 18 Which of the following institutions connects the ATMs in India?
Ans. National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI)

Q. 19 “Night Blindness” is caused due to –
Ans. Deficiency of Vitamin – A

Q. 20 In the abbreviation word OMR, M stands for –
Ans. Mark

Full form of OMR is Optical Mark Recognition.

Q. 21 Mercury is also known as –
Ans. Quicksilver

 Mercury is a chemical element with the symbol Hg and atomic number 80. It is commonly known as quicksilver and was formerly named hydrargyrum.

Q. 22 The Kanha National Park is located in –
Ans. Madhya Pradesh

Q. 23 Who of the following Mughal Emperors allowed the British to establish a factory in India?
Ans. Jahangir

Q. 24 Modern printers are measured in –
Ans. PPM

Modern printers are measured in pages per minute (ppm).

Q. 25 Where is the FIFA World Cup 2018 held?
Ans. Russia

The 2018 FIFA World Cup was held in cities throughout Russia from June 14 through July 15.

Q. 26 The Karakoram Pass is located in which district?
Ans. Leh (Jammu Kashmir)

Q. 27 Which of the following gas is used in Soda Water?
Ans. Carbon dioxide gas

Carbonated water is water that has been infused with carbon dioxide gas under pressure. This produces a bubbly drink that’s also known as sparkling water, club soda, soda water, seltzer water, and fizzy water.

02 February 2021 Evening Shift Questions RRB NTPC Exam-

Q. 1 Which is the largest freshwater lake in northern India?
Ans. Loktak Lake

Manipur’s Loktak Lake – the largest freshwater lake in Northeast India – is an internationally important, Ramsar designated, freshwater wetland system in the state of Manipur, India.

Q. 2 Which one of the following computer languages is “Scientific languages”?
Ans. FORTRAN (According to given options )

 Scientific languages include MATLAB, Maple, Python, FORTRAN, ALGOL, APL, J, Julia, Wolfram Language, and R. In other fields, scientific language is loosely defined as being grammatically correct, and giving concise and correct information.

Q. 3 Which is the boundary line between India and Pakistan?
Ans. Radcliffe Line

The Radcliffe Line was the boundary demarcation line between the Indian and Pakistani portions of the Punjab and Bengal provinces of British India.

Q. 4 Who is the current chief minister of Goa?
Ans. Pramod Pandurang Sawant

Pramod Pandurang Sawant (born 24 April 1973) is an Indian politician who is the 13th and current Chief Minister of Goa.

Q. 5 Who of the following published the Bengal gazette?
Ans. James Augustus Hicky

James Augustus Hicky was an Irishman who launched the first printed newspaper in India, Hicky’s Bengal Gazette.

Q. 6 Who is the only Indian woman to win 6 gold medals in boxing?
Ans. Mary Kom

 She became the first Indian female boxer to win a gold medal in the Asian Games in 2014 at Incheon, South Korea and is the first Indian female boxer to win gold at the 2018 Commonwealth Games. She is also the only boxer to become Asian Amateur Boxing Champion for a record six times.

Q. 7 Which of the following states banned E- Cigarette first?
Ans. Jharkhand

Jharkhand, a state in eastern India, has become the first state to actually implement the ban E- Cigarette.

Q. 8 In which article “Right to Equality” has been mentioned?
Ans. Article – 14 (according to given options )

Q. 9 Who of the following won the ICC men’s ODI Player of the Decade award?
Ans. Virat Kohali

Indian skipper Virat Kohli won the ICC men’s ODI Player of the Decade award for his prolific record in the 50-over format while former wicket-keeper MS Dhoni won the ICC Spirit of Cricket Award of the Decade.

Q. 10 Who was the first governor of RBI?
Ans. CD Deshmukh or Osborne Smith ( according to given options )

Q. 11 Uttar Pradesh : Lucknow :: Madhya Pradesh : ?
Ans. Bhopal

Q. 12 Which is the outermost layer in an human l cell called?
Ans. Cell Membrane.

 The outermost layer in an animal cell is known as the Cell Membrane. While in the plants cell is the cell wall.

Q. 13 The “Operation Vijay 1999” is related to –
Ans. Kargil War.

Operation Vijay (1999), the Indian operation to push back infiltrators in the Kargil War.

Q. 14 Recently India’s longest 300-meter single lane steel cable suspension bridge was inaugurated in –
Ans. Arunachal Pradesh

India’s longest 300-meter single lane steel cable suspension bridge was inaugurated in Arunachal Pradesh.
The bridge across the Siang river at Yingkiong in Upper Siang district has been named Byorung Bridge.

Q. 15 Who was the founder of the “East India Association” ?
Ans. Dadabhai Naoroji

The East India Association was founded by Dadabhai Naoroji in 1866, in collaboration with Indians and retired British officials in London.

Q. 16 Who of the following leaders of Indian National Congress is related to extremist?
Ans. Bal Gangadhar Tilak

 Bal Gangadhar Tilak (23 July 1856 – 1 August 1920), born Keshav Gangadhar Tilak, was a popular leader of the people who fought for Indian independence during the Indian Independence Movement. He was a journalist, teacher, social reformer, playwright, and lawyer. He was also a political extremist.

Q. 17 ……… is a popular group of dance of Kerala performed by 8 women.
Ans. Thirvathirakli

Q.18 When did the Khilafat movement start?
Ans. 1919

  The Khilafat movement, also known as the Indian Muslim movement (1919–24), was a pan-Islamist political protest campaign launched by Muslims of British India led by Shaukat Ali, Maulana Mohammad Ali Jauhar, Hakim Ajmal Khan, and Abul Kalam Azad to restore the caliph of the Ottoman Caliphate.

Q. 19 Who of the following won the “Rabindranath Tagore Literary Prize 2019”?
Ans. Yohei Sasakawa
Rabindranath Tagore Literary Prize 2019 for Social Achievement was awarded to Yohei Sasakawa, for his incredible efforts to uproot leprosy and his great contribution to world peace, and to Madame President of Taiwan.

Q. 20 One question from Right to water to 55 litre asked.

Q. 21 Who of the following audits the accounts of government?
Ans. Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG)

Q. 22 Which of the following agencies tested the NAG anti tank missile in Pokhran?
Ans. DRDO

Q. 23 One question from books asked.

Q. 24 In which state are the most Graphite reserves found?
Ans. Arunachal Pradesh.

About 35 % of India’s total Graphite reserves is found in Arunachal Pradesh. This is the highest found in country. Background: As per GSI’s 2013 report, Arunachal Pradesh sits on 43% of the country’s graphite resources followed by Jammu & Kashmir (37%), Jharkhand (6%), Tamil Nadu (5%), and Odisha (3%).

Q. 25 How much funds are transferred into farmers under PM Kisan Yojana?
Ans. 6000 rs.

Under the scheme, an amount of Rs 6,000 per year is transferred in three four-monthly instalments of Rs 2000 directly into the bank accounts of the farmers, subject to certain exclusion criteria relating to higher-income status.

RRB NTPC 01 February 2021 Morning Shift Questions-

Q. 1 When was the first Jan Lokpal Bill came to known?
Ans. 1968

The first Jan Lokpal Bill was proposed by Adv Shanti Bhushan in 1968 and passed in the 4th Lok Sabha in 1969, but did not pass through the Rajya Sabha.

Q. 2 Who of the following started the “Young Bengal”?
Ans. Henry Louis Vivian Derozio

The Young Bengal was a group of Bengali free thinkers emerging from Hindu College, Calcutta. They were also known as Derozians, after their firebrand teacher at Hindu College, Henry Louis Vivian Derozio.

Q. 3 When did India test first nuclear detonation?
Ans. 18 May 1974

India conducted its first nuclear detonation, described by India as a “peaceful nuclear explosion,” on 18 May 1974.

Q. 4 A light-year is a unit of –
Ans. Distance

Q. 5 When did Internet start in India?
Ans. 15 August 1995

The first publicly available internet service in India was launched by state-owned Videsh Sanchar Nigam Limited (VSNL) on 15 August 1995. At the time, VSNL had a monopoly over international communications in the country and private enterprise was not permitted in the sector.

Q. 6 When did Dandi march start?
Ans. 12 March 1930

Q. 7 When did the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre take place?
Ans. April 13, 1919

Jallianwala Bagh Massacre, Jallianwala also spelled Jallianwalla, also called Massacre of Amritsar, incident on April 13, 1919, in which British troops fired on a large crowd of unarmed Indians in an open space known as the Jallianwala Bagh in Amritsar in the Punjab region (now in Punjab state) of India.

Q. 8 Which vitamin is yeast rich in?
Ans. Vitamin “B”

Q. 9 Who discovered the modern computer?
Ans. Charles Babage

Q. 10 Which of the following painting is used for floor painting?
Ans. Madhubani Painting

The paintings were traditionally done on freshly plastered mud walls and floors of huts, but now they are also done on cloth, handmade paper and canvas.

Q. 11 What is the correct full form of LPG?
Ans. Liquified Petroleum Gas

Q. 12 Which is the oldest stock exchange of Asia?
Ans. Bombay Stock Exchange

Q. 13 One question from Air pollution is asked.

Q. 14 What were the reasons for starting the Khilafat Movement ?
Ans. According to given options

The main reason to start khilafat movement was to save the ottoman empire after the world war 1 . Secondly, the indian muslims wanted to secure their khalifa which was the turkish leader at the time.. and this too.. that the hidu muslim unity was a big suport for KM and when gandhi called off.

Q. 15 Which one of the following is not included in the 17 sustainable development goals (SDGs)?
Ans. According to given options

The 17 sustainable development goals (SDGs) to transform our world:
GOAL 1: No Poverty

GOAL 2: Zero Hunger

GOAL 3: Good Health and Well-being

GOAL 4: Quality Education

GOAL 5: Gender Equality

GOAL 6: Clean Water and Sanitation

GOAL 7: Affordable and Clean Energy

GOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth

GOAL 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure

GOAL 10: Reduced Inequality

GOAL 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities

GOAL 12: Responsible Consumption and Production

GOAL 13: Climate Action

GOAL 14: Life Below Water

GOAL 15: Life on Land

GOAL 16: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions

GOAL 17: Partnerships to achieve the Goal

Q. 16 Who among the following is first IPS officer to visit South Pole?
Ans. Aparna Kumar

A 2002-batch officer of the Uttar Pradesh cadre, Aparna Kumar is now on a South Pole expedition. She will be the first serving officer to finish this daunting challenge.

Q. 17 Where was Mahavir Swami born?
Ans. Kundagrama, Vaishali

Q. 18 Who was the first Indian woman president of Indian National Congress?
Ans. Sarojini Naidu

Q. 19 One question from Mango Showers?
Ans. According to given options

Mango showers are those experienced prior to the arrival of the monsoon. They are common in the states of Kerala, Karnataka and also some parts of Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry. These showers arrive generally in late April and May and are usually very difficult to predict by the meteorological department.

Q. 20 The district Judges are under administrative control of
Ans. The High Courts

They administer justice in India at a district level. These courts are under administrative control of the High Court of the State to which the district concerned belongs. The decisions of District court are subject to the appellate jurisdiction of the concerned High court.

Q. 21 Dilwara temple is located in –
Ans. Rajasthan

Dilwara Temple situated in Mount Abu district of Rajasthan is a famous tourist attraction for its extraordinary architechures.

Q. 22 Find odd one out –
Hindustan, Times of India, Indian Express, Outlook
Ans. Outlook

Q. 23 Who of the following can not be removed by the process of impeachment?
Ans. Prime Minister

Q. 24 Decibel is the unit for –
Ans. Intensity of sound.

Q. 25 Ephedera is belongs to which species?
Ans. Gymnosperm

Ephedra, genus of 65 species of gymnosperm shrubs of the family Ephedraceae. Ephedra is an evolutionally isolated group and is the only genus in the order Ephedrales (division Gnetophyta).

Q. 26 How many government banks are there in India?
Ans. 12 Public Sector Banks

The Current List of 12 Public Sector Banks (Government Banks) State Bank of India, Punjab National Bank, Bank of Baroda, Bank of India, Central Bank of India, Canara Bank, Union Bank of India, Indian Overseas Bank, Punjab and Sind Bank, Indian Bank, UCO Bank and Bank of Maharashtra.

Q. 27 Find odd one out –
Russia, Kolalampur, Bankok, Paris
Ans. Russia

Q. 28 When did the World Happiness Report start?
Ans. April 1, 2012

The first World Happiness Report was released on April 1, 2012 as a foundational text for the UN High Level Meeting: Well-being and Happiness: Defining a New Economic Paradigm, drawing international attention.

Q. 29 Poona pact was signed between Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar and –
Ans. Mahatma Gandhi

Q. 30 One question from Australia Open asked.

Q. 31 Diphu Pass is located in –
Ans. Arunachal Pradesh

Diphu Pass is a mountain pass around the area of the disputed tri-point borders of India, China, and Myanmar. Diphu Pass is also a strategic approach to eastern Arunachal Pradesh. It lies on the McMahon Line.

RRB NTPC 01-02-2021 Evening Shift Memory Based Questions

Q. 1 Why did Rabindranath Tagore renounce the title of knighthood?
Ans. Jallianwala Bagh massacre.

He was awarded a knighthood by King George V in the 1915 Birthday Honours, but Tagore renounced it after the 1919 Jallianwala Bagh massacre.

Q. 2 Who is called the founder of Local self Government in India?
Ans. Lord Ripon.

It was because of the fact that he granted the Indians first taste of freedom by introducing the Local Self Government in 1882. His scheme of local self government developed the Municipal institutions which had been growing up in the country ever since India was occupied by the British Crown.

Q. 3 Who was the Nawab of Bengal during the Battle of Plassey?
Ans. Siraj-ud-Daulah

Q. 4 The environment day is observed every year on –
Ans. 05 June

Q. 5 Who founded the “Asiatic Society of Bengal” ?
Ans. Sir William Jones

Asiatic Society of Bengal, scholarly society founded on Jan. 15, 1784, by Sir William Jones, a British lawyer and Orientalist, to encourage Oriental studies. At its founding, Jones delivered the first of a famous series of discourses.

Q. 6 Who of the following Gupta Rulers Played the lute (Vina)?
Ans. Samudragupta

Samudragupta was a ruler of the Gupta Empire of present-day India. As a son of the Gupta emperor Chandragupta I and the Licchavi princess Kumaradevi, he greatly expanded his dynasty’s political power. Samudragupta is represented on his coins playing the lute (Vina).

Q. 7 Find odd one out –
Plateau, Mountain, Peaks, Glaciers
Ans. Glaciers

Q. 8 Who of the following coined the word “ecology” (“Ökologie”)
Ans. Ernst Haeckel

The word “ecology” (“Ökologie”) was coined in 1866 by the German scientist Ernst Haeckel. Ecological thought is derivative of established currents in philosophy, particularly from ethics and politics.

Q. 9 Who is called “Grand Old Man of India”?
Ans. Dadabhai Naoroji

Dadabhai Naoroji (4 September 1825 – 30 June 1917) also known as the “Grand Old Man of India” and “Unofficial Ambassador of India” was an Indian scholar, trader, and politician who was a Liberal Party member of Parliament (MP) in the United Kingdom House of Commons between 1892 and 1895.

Q. 10 The International Day of Light is celebrated on each year on –
Ans. 16 May

The International Day of Light is celebrated on 16 May each year, the anniversary of the first successful operation of the laser in 1960 by physicist and engineer, Theodore Maiman.

Q. 11 The UNESCO is headquartered in –
Ans. Paris

Q. 12 The Quit India Movement was started from –
Ans. Bombay

On 8 August 1942 at the All-India Congress Committee session in Bombay, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi launched the ‘Quit India’ movement. The next day, Gandhi, Nehru and many other leaders of the Indian National Congress were arrested by the British Government.

Q. 13 Who of the following was awarded with Bharat Ratna on 24th December 2014?
Ans. Sachin Tendulakar, Madan Mohan Malviya, Atal Bihari Bajpayee

Q. 14 Which of the following books were written by Vishnu Sharma?
Ans. The Panchatantra

     Vishnu Sharma  is said to be an Indian scholar and author who is believed to have written the Panchatantra collection of fables.

Q. 15 When was the Poona Pact signed?
Ans. 1932

Q. 16 The “AMRUT Yojana” is related to –
Ans. Smart City

Q. 17 Which of the following is used in MS excel?
Ans. Worksheet (according to given options)

Q. 18 What is the correct full form of EVM?
Ans. Electronic Voting Machine

Q. 19 Which is the smallest day in India?
Ans. December 22

December 21, is Winter Solstice, the shortest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere.

Q. 20 What is the source of thyroxine hormone?
Ans. Iodine

Q. 21 Sachin Tendulkar had his 100th century against which country?
Ans. Bangladesh

Sachin Tendulkar’s 114 against Bangladesh in the 2012 Asia Cup was his 49th ODI century and 100th international century.

Q. 22 The telephone was discovered in –
Ans. 1875

Q. 23 One question from the computer asked?

Q. 24 Who is the current vice – chairman of NITI Aayog?
Ans. Rajeev Kumar

Q. 25 Which of the following National Highways passes through Kaziranga National Park?
Ans. NH – 37

Q. 26 The hospital waste is disposed by –
Ans. Land Filling

Q. 27 What is the old name of ” PM AWAS YOJANA”?
Ans. Indira Awas Yojana

Q. 28 How many neutrons are in protium?
Ans. Zero

Protium has no neutrons in its nuclei.

Q. 29 Who of the following built the “Adhai Din ka Jhonpra”?
Ans. Qutb-ud-Din-Aibak

The “Adhai Din ka Jhonpra” was designed by Abu Bakr of Herat and constructed by Qutb-ud-Din-Aibak in 1192 CE, the mosque is an example of early Indo-Islamic architecture. The structure was completed in 1199 CE and was further beautified by Iltutmish of Delhi in 1213 CE.

Q. 30 Who of the following announced the “Direct Action Day”?
Ans. Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Jinnah announced 16 August 1946 would be “Direct Action Day” and warned Congress, “We do not want war.

RRB NTPC 31 January 2021 Stage-3 Morning Shift Questions

Q. 1 Who is the brand ambassador of Reserve Bank of India?
Ans. Shri Amitabh Bachchan

Shri Amitabh Bachchan has been roped in as the brand ambassador for RBI’s Public Awareness Campaigns. A creative with Shri Bachchan, explaining the benefits and convenience of Safe Digital Banking was released in April 2020 in 14 languages on RBI’s social media handle ‘RBI Says’ on Twitter and Facebook.

Q. 2 Rani Padmini or Padmavati belongs to which state?
Ans. Chittorgarh

Padmini, also known as Padmavati, was a legendary 13th–14th century Rani (queen) of the Mewar kingdom of present-day India.

Q. 3 Who won the best test cricketer of the decade award 2020 ?
Ans. Steve Smith

Steve Smith won the Test cricketer of the decade award while Rashid Khan was named T20I cricket of the decade. MS Dhoni won the spirit of the game award.

Q. 4 What is the correct full form of EDD?
Ans. Enhanced Due Diligence

Enhanced due diligence (EDD) is a KYC process that provides a greater level of scrutiny of potential business partnerships and highlights risk that cannot be detected by customer due diligence.

Q. 5 Where will the “2021 Maha Kumbh Mela” be held?
Ans. Haridwar

The 2021 Maha Kumbh Mela will be held at Haridwar. Millions of devotees gather during the Maha Kumbh Mela in Haridwar

Q. 6 Who was the first muslim president of the Congress?
Ans. Rahimtulla Mahomed Sayani

Rahimtulla Mahomed Sayani (5 April 1847 – 6 June 1902), was an Indian politician who served as the President of the Indian National Congress for a term in 1896, succeeding Surendranath Banerjea. Rahimtullah M Sayani, born in 1847, belonged to a Khoja Muslim Community, who were the disciples of the Aga Khan.

Q. 7 One question from Supreme Court asked.

Q. 8 “The Dhalo” dance belongs to which state?
Ans. Goa

Dhalo is a popular ritual folk dance form Goa, India. The dance is performed by women and serves as a prayer of protection for their households.

Q. 9 What should be the total number of members in the Union Council of Ministers?
Ans. 15 % of the Loksabha

The total number of Ministers, including the Prime Minister, in the Council of Ministers shall not exceed fifteen per cent. of the total number of members of the House of the People.

Q. 10 When did Chandryan -1 fail?
Ans. August 29, 2009

After almost a year of struggling with technical issues and an eventual contact failure on August 29, 2009, the Indian Space Research Organisation officially declared the Chandrayaan-1 mission over.

Q. 11 RAM is an –
Ans. Internal Storage memory

Q.12 What is the correct full form of FTP ?
Ans. File Transfer Protocol

Q. 13 Which of the following Vedas talks about Music?
Ans. The Samaveda

The Samaveda is the Veda of Chants, or “storehouse of knowledge of chants”. According to Frits Staal, it is “the Rigveda set to music”. It is a fusion of older melodies (sāman) and the Rig verses.

Q. 14 Who is the current chairman of “Central Pollution Control Board”?
Ans Shiv Das Meena

Q. 15 Plants receive energy from –
Ans. The Sunlight

Q. 16 When did the “Digital India Program” start in India?
Ans. 1st July, 2015

   It was launched on 1st July, 2015 by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. It enables and empowers beneficiaries with Bharatnet. The initiative includes plans to connect rural areas with high speed internet networks.

Q. 17 One question from Graphite asked.

Q. 18 India shares its longest boundary with which country?
Ans. Bangladesh

Q. 19 Which of the following elements found in liquid form?
Ans. Mercury

Q. 20 India’s ace woman sprinter Dutee Chand clocked the 100 metre race in –
Ans. 11.22 seconds

India’s ace woman sprinter Dutee Chand was in top form at the National Open Athletics Championships underway in Ranchi as she bettered her own national 100m record on Friday. The sprinter clocked a blistering 11.22 seconds in the first semi-finals, obliterating her previous record of 11.26 seconds.

Q. 21 EVMs were first used in –
Ans Kerala

Q. 22 “The Dhupgarh” is the highest peak of –
Ans. The Satpura range

The Dhupgarh Peak (4,429 feet [1,350 metres]), near Pachmarhi in south-central Madhya Pradesh, is the state’s highest point.

Q. 23 The National Waterway – 3 is located in –
Ans. Kerala

The West Coast Canal or National Waterway No 3 is a 205-km stretch of this inland navigational route located in Kerala.

Q. 24 Which of the following is the Micronutrients of the plant?
Ans. Iron, ( according to given options )

There are 7 essential plant nutrient elements defined as micronutrients [boron (B), zinc (Zn), manganese (Mn), iron (Fe), copper (Cu), molybdenum (Mo), chlorine (Cl)]. They constitute in total less than 1% of the dry weight of most plants.

Q. 25 When did Robert Clive return to India?
Ans. 1755

Clive returned to India in 1755 as governor of Fort St. David and as lieutenant colonel in the royal army.

Q. 26 Which one of the following statements is correct with reference to Coriolis force?
Ans. According to given options

The Coriolis force is an inertial or fictitious force that acts on objects that are in motion within a frame of reference that rotates with respect to an inertial frame. In a reference frame with clockwise rotation, the force acts to the left of the motion of the object.

Q. 27 Which one of the following is not an organ of the Parliament?
Ans. Legislative assembly

Q. 28 Who is the writer of the “Harshacharita”?
Ans. Banabhatta

31 January 2021 RRB NTPC Evening Shift Asked Questions

Q. 1 Comptroller and Auditor General of India “Rajiv Mehrishi” has been elected as external auditor of –
Ans. WHO

Comptroller and Auditor General of India Rajiv Mehrishi has been elected as external auditor of the World Health Organization (WHO) for four years from 2020 to 2023.

Q. 2 Which constitution amendment is related to the land boundary agreement between India and Bangladesh?
Ans. 100th constitution amendment, 2015

Constitution (100th Amendment) Act 2015 ratified the land boundary agreement between India and Bangladesh. The act amended the 1st schedule of the constitution to exchange the disputed territories occupied by both the nations in accordance with the 1974 bilateral LBA.

Q. 3 Which turmeric of Tamilnadu received a GI tag?
Ans. Erode turmeric

Q. 4 What amendment is required for GST implementation?
Ans. 101st (One Hundred and First) Amendment

Officially known as The Constitution (One Hundred and First Amendment) Act, 2016, this amendment introduced a national Goods and Services Tax (GST) in India from 1 July 2017.

Q. 5 Who won the third Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award?
Ans. Rohit Sharma

Q. 6 Which of the following schemes was started on Gandhi’s birth anniversary in 2014?
Ans. Swachh Bharat Mission

Q. 7 Which article talks about Union budget?
Ans. Article 112

According to Article 112 of the Indian Constitution, the Union Budget of a year, also referred to as the annual financial statement, is a statement of the estimated receipts and expenditure of the government for that particular year.

Q. 8 What type of government India have –
Ans. Federal Government

Q. 9 In which state “Lavani dance”is performed?
Ans. Maharashtra

Lavani (Marathi: लावणी) is a genre of music popular in Maharashtra, India. Lavani is a combination of traditional song and dance, which particularly performed to the beats of Dholki, a percussion instrument.

Q. 10 Who of the following has been selected as the new deputy governor of RBI?
Ans. M. Rajeshwar Rao

Q. 11 When did Indian National Congress celebrate Independence day first?
Ans. 26 January 1930

Q. 12 One question from heart beat asked.

Q.13 The Inter-State Council is related to which article?
Ans. Article 263

The Inter-State Council is a non-permanent constitutional body set up by a presidential order on the basis of provisions in Article 263 of the Constitution of India. The body was formed by a presidential order dated 28 May 1990 on recommendation of Sarkaria Commission.

Q. 14 One question from Cookie asked.
Ans. According to given options

An HTTP cookie is a small piece of data stored on the user’s computer by the web browser while browsing a website. Cookies were designed to be a reliable mechanism for websites to remember stateful information or to record the user’s browsing activity.

Q. 15 One question from American Nuclear plant was asked.

Q. 16 In which state the “Gambhira dance” is performed?
Ans. North Bengal

The Gambhira dance is performed all over the Malda district of North Bengal during the festival of Chaitra Sankranti.

Q. 17 One question from Computer data processing asked.

Q. 18 Who of the following formed the Azad Hind Fauj?
Ans. Mohan singh or Subhash Chandra Bose ( according to given options )

Azad Hind Fauj, the army organisation was founded by Mohan Singh and comprised Indian prisoners of war in Singapore. Azad Hind Fauj was another name of Bose’ Indian National Army which was inspired by the concepts of Netaji who planned to take foreign help to get rid of the country of British reign.

Q. 19 Which state has topped the SDGs Index for 2019 – 20?
Ans. Kerala

Q. 20 What percent of nitrogen gas is found in Earth’s atmosphere?
Ans. 78 %

  Air in Earth's atmosphere is made up of approximately 78 percent nitrogen and 21 percent oxygen. Air also has small amounts of lots of other gases, too, such as carbon dioxide, neon, and hydrogen.

Q. 21 Which state has been declared as Tobacco free?
Ans. Rajasthan

Q. 22 Which of the following programs translates code written in a high level language to a lower level language?
Ans. Compiler.

A Compiler is a computer program that translates code written in a high level language to a lower level language, object/machine code.

Q. 23 Who of the following scored 5000 runs in IPL?
Ans. Suresh Raina

Chennai Super Kings star Suresh Raina scripted history as he became the first cricketer in the history of the Indian Premier League (IPL) to complete 5000 runs during the first match of the season against Royal Challengers Bangalore.

Q. 24 When did Sir Eyre Coote defeat Hyder Ali?
Ans. 1782

   In 1781 the British army under Sir Eyre Coote defeated Hyder Ali at Port Novo in 1782. Hyder Ali died of cancer. So, Tipu Sultan continued the war. In 1784, he signed the Treaty of Mangalore with the English by which the conquered territories were restored to both the parties.

Q. 25 Which part of body produces magnetic field?
Ans. The heart and the brain

The heart and the brain are well known as organs that generate ion cur- rents. The current from the heart mus- cle, when measured with electrodes on the skin, produces the electrocardio- gram (ECG); the same current produces a magnetic field around the torso which, when measured, is called a magnetocar- diogram (MCG).

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