RRB NTPC Phase-IV (15 February to 03 March 2021) All Shift GK Asked Questions

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RRB NTPC 03 March 2021 Morning Shift GK Questions

Q. 1 Who of the following is known as “Missile Man of India”?
Ans. APJ Abdul Kalam

  Abdul Kalam, (15 October 1931 – 27 July 2015) was an Indian aerospace scientist and politician who served as the 11th President of India from 2002 to 2007. He was born and raised in Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu and studied physics and aerospace engineering.

Q. 2 Who introduced the Persian etiquette of Sajdah and Paribas?
Ans. Ghiyas ud din Balban

Ghiyas ud din Balban was the Sultan during Delhi Sultanate, who adopted Persian customs and manners in the court. He introduced two Persian customs in court according to which the person coming in the court, at first, must do Sijda and Paibos to the king, as a mark of respect.

Q. 3 When was the ILO formed?
Ans. 1919

 The ILO was created in 1919, as part of the Treaty of Versailles that ended World War I, to reflect the belief that universal and lasting peace can be accomplished only if it's based on social justice. In 1946, the ILO became a specialized agency of the United Nations.

Q. 4 How many phases was the General Election of Lok Sabha 2019 conducted in India?
Ans. Seven phases

The 2019 Indian general election was held in seven phases from 11 April to 19 May 2019 to constitute the 17th Lok Sabha. The votes were counted and the result declared on 23 May.

Q. 5 Where is the headquarters of RBI located?
Ans. Mumbai

Q. 6 Where is the “Sahara Desert” located?
Ans. Africa

The Sahara is the world’s largest desert; it extends across most of the northern part of Africa.

Q. 7 The Nanda Devi National Park is located in –
Ans. Uttarakhand

    The Nanda Devi National Park or Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve, established in 1982 is a national park situated around the peak of Nanda Devi (7816 m) in the state of Uttarakhand in northern India.

Q. 8 Who has been the supreme leader of North Korea in 2020?
Ans. Kim Jong-un

   Kim Jong-un became the supreme leader of North Korea in 2011, succeeding his father Kim Jong-il.

Q. 9 Which was the first satellite to land on the Moon?
Ans. Apollo 11 mission

The first moon landing occurred on July 20, 1969, on the Apollo 11 mission. The crew of Apollo 11 was Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins and Buzz Aldrin. Armstong and Aldrin walked on the lunar surface while Collins remained in orbit around the moon.

Q. 10 Where is the “International Indira Gandhi Airport” located?
Ans. New Delhi

Indira Gandhi International Airport is an airport located in the city of Delhi, India that serves as the international aviation hub of the Indian capital of New Delhi as well as the rest of northern India.

Q. 11 When was the first Constituent Assembly met ?
Ans. 9 December, 1946

The Constituent Assembly met for the first time in New Delhi on 9 December, 1946 in the Constitution Hall which is now known as the Central Hall of Parliament House.

Q. 12 What was the GDP growth rate of India in the 11th five year plan?
Ans. 8%

India recorded 8% annual average economic growth in the 11th Plan.

Q. 13 Who was the first Sikh Guru?
Ans. Guru Nanak

Guru Nanak, the first Guru, and Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Guru, continue to feature prominently in Sikhs’ experience of their religion.

Q. 14 One question from the Nobel Prize was asked.

Q. 15 Who was the first governor general of independent India?
Ans. Lord Mountbatten

Q. 16 Who gave the name “Protoplasm”?
Ans. J. E. Purkinje

The word “protoplasm” comes from the Greek protos for first, and plasma for thing formed, and was originally used in religious contexts. It was used in 1839 by J. E. Purkinje for the material of the animal embryo.

Q. 17 Who of the following coined the name “United Nations”?
Ans. Franklin D. Roosevelt

The name “United Nations”, coined by United States President Franklin D. Roosevelt was first used in the Declaration by United Nations of 1 January 1942, during the Second World War, when representatives of 26 nations pledged their Governments to continue fighting together against the Axis Powers.

Q. 18 What is the weight of the human kidney?
Ans. According to given options

( 318 g.)
The mean weight of both kidneys in adults, aged 20-49 years, was 318 g. for males and 255 g. for females with a standard deviation of 56.7 and 52.0 g. respectively.

Q. 19 Which shortcut key is used in MS Word to copy text ?
Ans. Ctrl + P

Q. 20 Which of the following is not a Maharatna company?
Ans. MTNL (according to given options)

Q. 21 When will the Kumbh fair be held in Ujjain ?
Ans. 2028 begin on Sunday, 9 April
and ends on Monday, 8 May

Q. 22 Who is called the father of “Botany”?
Ans. Theophrastus

Theophrastus developed his own vocabulary to describe plant processes and horticultural and agricultural efforts.

Q. 23 India has vision of a malaria-free country by –
Ans. 2030

India has made considerable progress in reducing its malaria burden. It has a vision of a malaria-free country by 2027 and elimination by 2030.

Q. 24 One question from Cherry Blossom or Cherry Dance asked.

Q. 25 When was the Chauri Chaura incident took place?
Ans. 4 February 1922

Q. 26 How many countries are there in SAARC?
Ans. 08

Q. 27 Where is the Mrignayani Palace located?
Ans. (According to given options ) Gwalior or Jaipur

Q. 28 One question from sports asked.

Q. 29 When was the National anthem sung for the first time?
Ans. 27 December 1911

The song Jana-gana-mana, composed originally in Bengali by Rabindranath Tagore, was adopted in its Hindi version by the Constituent Assembly as the national anthem of India on 24 January 1950. It was first sung on 27 December 1911 at the Calcutta Session of the Indian National Congress.

Q. 30 In which state is the archaeological site of Surkotada situated?
Ans. District of Kutch, Gujarat

The site at Surkotada is located 160 km (99 mi) north-east of Bhuj, in the district of Kutch, Gujarat. The ancient mound stands surrounded by an undulating rising ground clustered by small sandstone hills.

Q. 31 Who wrote the book ” Why I Am a Hindu”?
Ans. Shashi Tharoor

Why I Am a Hindu is a 2018 book by Indian politician Shashi Tharoor. In the book, Tharoor writes about the history of Hinduism and its core tenets, as well as socio-cultural developments in India that relate to the religion, while elucidating his own religious convictions.

Q. 32 Where is the “Kandariya Mahadeva” temple located?
Ans. Khajuraho (MP)

The Kandariya Mahadeva temple was built during the reign of Vidyadhara (r. c. 1003-1035 CE). At various periods of the reign of this dynasty many famous temples dedicated to Vishnu, Shiva, Surya, Shakti of the Hindu religion and also for the Tirthankaras of Jain religion were built.

03 March 2021 RRB NTPC Evening Shift GK Asked Questions

Q.1 Ramdhari Singh Dinkar was awarded the Jnanpith Award in 1972 for –
Ans. Urvashi

   On 23 November 2012, the President of India, Pranab Mukherjee distributed Rashtrakavi Ramdhari Singh 'Dinkar' Sahitya Ratna Samman to 21 prominent writers and social workers. The function was organised in Rashtrapati Bhavan. Dinkar was awarded the Jnanpith Award in 1972 for Urvashi.

Q. 2 Who was the leader from Lucknow during the revolt of 1857?
Ans. Begum Hazrat Mahal

Begum Hazrat Mahal :The wife of Nawab Wazid Ali Shah of Awadh. She ruled on behalf of her 11-year-old son Birjis Qadar and led the revolt of 1857 in Lucknow . She refused to accept the pension offered to her by the British and chose to die unmourned in Nepal.

Q. 3 Which one of the following monuments was not built by Akbar?
Ans. Jama Masjid (Delhi)

    The Masjid-i Jehan Numa, commonly known as the Jama Masjid of Delhi, is one of the largest mosques in India. It was built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan between 1650 and 1656.

Q. 4 How long does the sunlight take to reach the Earth?
Ans. 8 minutes and 20 seconds

    It takes an average of 8 minutes and 20 seconds to travel from the Sun to the Earth.

Q. 5 Who is the present coach of Indian men’s hockey team?
Ans. Graham Reid

Q. 6 Find odd one out –
Options – Brahmaputra, Sindhu, Godavari, Satlaj
Ans. Godavari

Q. 7 Which of the following is a Maharatna Company?
Ans. IOC (According to given options)

Q. 8 What is the SI unit of magnetic flux density?
Ans. Tesla (T)

The International System (SI) unit of field “magnetic flux density” is the tesla (T). A magnetic field of one tesla is relatively strong.

Q. 9 Which state of India is the largest producer of soyabean?
Ans. Madhya Pradesh

   Production of soybean in India is dominated by Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh which contribute 89 per cent of the total production.

Q. 10 Where was the G20 summit 2019 held?
Ans. Japan

It is the first time for Japan to take on the G20 presidency. The G20 Osaka Summit will be held on June 28-29, as well as relevant ministerial meetings in eight cities in 2019.

Q. 11 Money bill can be passed after the recommendation of –
Ans. President

Q. 12 One EB equals to –
Ans. 1024 PBs (According to given options)

Q. 13 Mathuri dance is performed in which state of India?
Ans. Andhra Pradesh or Telangana (according to given options)

This dance is performed by the inhabitants of the Umji and Indravelli forest areas of Utnoor Tehsil in Adilabad district of Andhra Pradesh. It is traditionally performed during Krishna Janmashtami celebrations and the themes are taken from the Mahabharata.

Q. 14 Which river forms the Sundarban delta?
Ans. The Ganges and the Brahmaputra

Q. 15 Where is the headquarters of the Physical Research Laboratory located?
Ans. Ahmedabad

Q. 16 What is the tenure of the Chief Election Commissioner?
Ans. Six years or 65 years of his / her age.

Q. 17 At what temperature water has the highest density?
Ans. 277 K or 3.98 °C

Q. 18 Find odd one out –
Options – Gold, Silver, Platinum, Metals
Ans. Metals

Q. 19 Where is the first Cloth museum established in india?
Ans. Ahmedabad

The Calico Museum of Textiles is located in the city of Ahmedabad in the state of Gujarat in western India. The museum is managed by the Sarabhai Foundation.

Q. 20 One question from Saprophyte asked.

Q. 21 Where is the National Science Library located?
Ans. New Delhi

The decision to establish the National Science Library (NSL) was taken by CSIR in June 1963.

Q. 22 EMI : Expenditure :: Tax : ?
Ans. Salary

Q. 23 When did India become a member of UNO?
Ans. 1945

India is a founding member of the United Nations, signing the UN Charter, along with 50 other countries, on 26 June, 1945.

Q. 24 From Where did Ahmad Shah Abdali come to India?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 25 Which Indian state has the largest area of black soil?
Ans. Maharashtra

Maharashtra is the state with the largest area under black soil.

Q. 26 One question from sources of constitution asked.

Q. 27 What is the scientific name of green pea?
Ans. Pisum sativum

Q. 28 Who was the first African secretary-general of the United Nations?
Ans. Kofi A. Annan

KOFI A. ANNAN of Ghana, the seventh Secretary-General of the United Nations, served from 1997 to 2006 and was the first to emerge from the ranks of United Nations staff.

Q. 29 Who first translated Mahabharata into English?
Ans. Charles Wilkins

  While Kisari Mohan Ganguli (also K. M. Ganguli) was an Indian translator known for being the first to provide a complete translation of the Sanskrit epic Mahabharata in English.

Q. 30 When was Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana (PMUY) started ?
Ans. May 2016

The Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas rolled out the scheme Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana (PMUY) in May 2016 under the leadership of Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi to address the above issue.

RRB NTPC 02 March 2021 GK Asked Questions Morning Shift

Q. 1 When was the third battle of Panipat fought?
Ans. 14 January 1761

The Third Battle of Panipat took place on 14 January 1761, at Panipat, about 60 miles (95.5 km) north of Delhi between a northern expeditionary force of the Maratha Empire and a coalition of the King of Afghanistan, Ahmad Shah Durrani.

Q. 2 The “World Literacy Day” is observed every year on –
Ans. 8th of September

The 8th of September was proclaimed International Literacy Day by UNESCO in 1966 to remind the international community of the importance of literacy for individuals, communities and societies, and the need for intensified efforts towards more literate societies.

Q. 3 Who of the following introduced the ” Doctrine of Lapse” in India?
Ans. Lord Dalhousie

Doctrine of lapse, in Indian history, formula devised by Lord Dalhousie, governor-general of India (1848–56), to deal with questions of succession to Hindu Indian states.

Q. 4 “Lord William Bentinck” is related to which reform?
Ans. Sati Pratha

The first Governor-General of India, Lord William Bentinck died on 17 June 1839 in Paris. He is most remembered for his abolition of Sati in British India.

Q. 5 Which one of the following converts chemical energy into electric energy?
Ans. Battery

Battery converts chemical energy into electrical energy.

Q. 6 Which movement was headed by Sardar Patel?
Ans. Bardoli Satyagraha

Q. 7 Where is the first hydroelectric plant of India located?
Ans. Karnataka

The 4.5 megawatt hydroelectric power station near Sivasamudram falls of the Cauvery in Karnataka was the first major power station in India.

Q. 8 Which article deals with establishment of gram panchayat?
Ans. Article 40

Q. 9 Which one of the following rivers is not a tributary of the Brahmaputra?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 10 In which constitutional amendment did Goa become the part of India?
Ans. 12 th (1962)

Q. 11 Find odd one out –
Options – Brain, Heart, Spinal cord

Q. 12 Which one of the following statements is correct regarding Sucheta Kripalani?
Ans. She was the first woman CM of Uttar Pradesh.

   Sucheta Kripalani, was an Indian freedom fighter and politician. She was India's first woman Chief Minister, serving as the head of the Uttar Pradesh government from 1963 to 1967.

Q. 13 Which Colour is used in photosynthesis?
Ans. Green

Green plants have the ability to make their own food. They do this through a process called photosynthesis, which uses a green pigment called chlorophyll. A pigment is a molecule that has a particular color and can absorb light at different wavelengths, depending on the color.

Q. 14 What is the rank of India in Hunger Index 2019?
Ans. 102

     India ranked 102 among 117 countries. The GHI 2020 report has placed India 94th position among 107 countries, much behind Bangladesh, Pakistan and Nepal.

Q. 15 One Petabyte equals to –
Ans. 1014 Terabytes

Q. 16 Who became “Man of the tournament” in ICC world cup 2019?
Ans. Kane Williamson

Q. 17 Which one of the following statements is not correct regarding the “Make in India” program?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 18 Who of the following players has not scored 20,000 runs in international cricket ?
Ans. Sunil Gavaskar

Q. 19 Which revolution started to produce oilseeds?
Ans. Yellow revolution

Q. 20 Where is the value of G equal to zero on Earth?
Ans. The value of g is zero at the centre of Earth. Or Equator

Q. 21 Which one of the following is an operating system?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 22 King “Narasimhavarman”was related to which dynasty?
Ans. Pallava dynasty

Narasimhavarman I or Narasimha Varma I was a king of the Pallava dynasty who ruled South India from 630–668 AD.

Q. 23 Which one of the following is not a Green House gas?
Ans. Oxygen (According to given options)

Greenhouse gases are Carbon dioxides, Methane, Chlorofluorocarbon, sulphur dioxide. Whereas oxygen, nitrogen and argon are not examples of greenhouse gases.

Q. 24 Where the 2024 Olympics are scheduled?
Ans. Paris

Paris 2024 Summer Olympics – Summer Olympic Games in France.

Q. 25 The Earth Day was started to celebrate from –
Ans. 1970
Earth Day was first observed in 1970, when 20 million took to the streets to protest against environmental degradation.

Q. 26 When was the Swaraj Party formed?
Ans. 1 January 1923

The Swaraj Party or the Congress-Khilafat Swarajya Party was formed on 1 January 1923 by C R Das and Motilal Nehru. The formation of the Swaraj Party came after various significant events like the withdrawal of non-cooperation movement, the government of India act 1919 and 1923 elections.

Q. 27 Which one of the following is a database software?
Ans. Foxpro

Q. 28 Where is the Harappan site “Mohenjo Daro” located?
Ans. Pakistan ( Sindh state)

Q. 29 What is the unit of the nervous system?
Ans. Nerve cell, or neuron

The basic unit of the nervous system is a nerve cell, or neuron. The human brain contains about 100 billion neurons.

Q. 30 What is called the Parliament of Denmark?
Ans. The Folketing

The Folketing also known as the Danish Parliament in English, is the unicameral national legislature (parliament) of the Kingdom of Denmark—Denmark proper together with the Faroe Islands and Greenland.

02 March 2021 RRB NTPC Evening Shift asked questions

Q. 1 Who won the “Nobel Peace Prize” in 2019?
Ans. Abiy Ahmed Ali

The Nobel Peace Prize 2019 was awarded to Abiy Ahmed Ali “for his efforts to achieve peace and international cooperation, and in particular for his decisive initiative to resolve the border conflict with neighbouring Eritrea.”

Q. 2 Where is the Lingaraj Temple located?
Ans. Bhubaneswar in Odisha.

     The Lingaraj Temple is an ancient temple situated in the city of Bhubaneswar in Odisha.

Q. 3 “World Students Day” is observed every year on –
Ans. 15th October

Q. 4 Who among the following formed the Swaraj Party in 1923?
Ans. Chittaranjan Das (According to given options )

Q. 5 When did India sign and ratify the Kyoto Protocol?
Ans. 26 August 2002

Q. 6 Which state of India has no nuclear power plants?
Ans. Bihar (According to given options)

Q. 7 Which one of the following committees is related to Banks?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 8 “Tropic of Cancer” does not pass through which state of India?
Ans. Assam (According to given options)

Tropic of Cancer passes through 8 Indian states including: Gujarat, Rajasthan, adya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Tripura and Mizoram.

Q. 9 Pondicherry : France :: Goa : ?
Ans. Portugal

Q. 10 What is called CPU?
Ans. Brain of Computer

Central processing unit (CPU), principal part of any digital computer system, generally composed of the main memory, control unit, and arithmetic-logic unit. … In modern computers, the CPU is contained on an integrated circuit chip called a microprocessor.

Q. 11 Write the following memories in ascending order –
Options – KB, TB, GB, MB
Ans. KB < MB < GB < TB

Q. 12 Player : Arjun Award :: Coach : ?
Ans. Dronacharya Award

Q. 13 Find odd one out
Options – Nepal, Bhutan, Sikkim,
Ans. Sikkim

Q. 14 Who was given the title of Khan I Khana in Mughal Empire ?
Ans. Abdul Rahim

Q. 15 Find odd one out –
Options – Green, Black, White, Saffron
Ans. Black (Answer may be changed)

Q. 16 Mission “Chandrayaan -1″was launched from –
Ans. Sriharikota

Q. 17 Find odd one out –
Options – N2O, CO2, Methane, Sulphur dioxide

Q. 18 One question from Plants was asked.

Q. 19 Arya Rajendran is the youngest mayor of India at –
Ans. Thiruvananthapuram

Arya Rajendran won as councillor from Mudavanmukal ward of Thiruvananthapuram corporation at the 2020 Kerala local body elections at the age of 21 and was appointed as the mayor of the corporation which made her the youngest mayor in the country.

Q. 20 Which part of the human eye controls the amount of light?
Ans. Iris

The iris that changes size to control how much light is entering the eye.

Q. 21 Who appoints the Election Commissioner of India?
Ans. President of India

Q. 22 One question from UNO agency asked.

Q. 23 “Sweet Revolution” is related to which of the following –
Ans. Honey

Q. 24 ” World Hunger Day” is observed every year on –
Ans. May 28

It is celebrated on May 28 every year across the world. According to the United Nations’ recent data, the number of people suffering from hunger is rising continuously after 2015.

Q. 25 Which lens is used for hypermetropia?
Ans. convex

Concave lens is used to correct myopia and convex lens is used to correct hypermetropia.

RRB NTPC 01 March 2021 GK Asked Questions Morning Shift

Q.1 Who of the following wrote the lines “Khoob ladi mardaani woh toh Jhansi wali Rani thi.”
Ans. Subhadra Kumari Chauhan

      Subhadra Kumari Chauhan, a renowned poet from the Hindi heartland, Allahabad, gave a brilliant tribute to the valour of Rani of Jhansi with her immortal lines “Khoob ladi mardaani woh toh Jhansi wali Rani thi.”

Q. 2 Who has been appointed as the new chairman of ADB?
Ans. Masatsugu Asakawa

Masatsugu Asakawa has been unanimously elected President of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) by its Board of Governors. Mr. Asakawa, 61, currently Special Advisor to Japan’s Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, will assume office as ADB’s 10th President on 17 January 2020.

Q. 3 Who wrote the Tahkik- i -Hind book?
Ans. Al Biruni

Q. 4 Which country has the highest FDI in India in recent years ?
Ans. Singapore

After coming in second to Mauritius for two years, Singapore regained top spot as India’s largest source of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in the 2018-19 financial year, which ended in March. For the last fiscal, USD 16.2 billion of foreign investment originated from the island republic.

Q. 5 Who of the following headed the first nuclear meeting after independence?
Ans. J. Homi Bhabha

Q. 6 Find odd one out –
Ans. Brahmaputra, Godavari, Krishna, Kaveri
Ans. Brahmaputra

Q. 7 Who was elected the president of Indian National Congress in the famous Tripuri session of 1939?
Ans. Subhash Chandra Bose

At the Tripuri session of the Congress in 1939, Subhash Chandra Bose was standing for re-election as President of the Congress for second term. Gandhiji was not in favour to make Subhash Chandra Bose as President. But in election Bose won by majority of votes and became President of Indian National Congress.

Q. 8 How many Unesco heritage sites are there in India?
Ans. 38 UNESCO Heritage sites

Among these 38 UNESCO Heritage sites of India, the list includes 30 cultural sites, 7 natural sites, and 1 mixed site.

Q. 9 Banabhatta was the court poet of –
Ans. King Harsha Vardhana

Bāṇabhaṭṭa was a 7th-century Sanskrit prose writer and poet of India. He was the Asthana Kavi in the court of King Harsha Vardhana, who reigned c. 606–647 CE in north India first from Shanishvara (Thanesar), and later Kannauj.

Q. 10 Which one of the following statements is correct regarding genetics?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 11 Which of the following countries left the membership of OPEC in 2019 -20 ?
Ans. Ecuador (2020) while Qatar left in 2019.

Q. 12 What is the main source of the Sun energy?
Ans. Nuclear fusion

The sun generates energy from a process called nuclear fusion. During nuclear fusion, the high pressure and temperature in the sun’s core cause nuclei to separate from their electrons. Hydrogen nuclei fuse to form one helium atom.

Q. 13 Which one of the following is an output device?
Ans. (Plotter) According to given options

Q. 14 The shravanabelagola jain Temple is built of –
Ans. Granite

Q. 15 Which one of the following movements is associated with cotton?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 16 When was International Year of Water Cooperation (IYWC ) declared?
Ans. 2013

The United Nations (UN) declared 2013 as the International Year of Water Cooperation (IYWC ).

Q. 17 One question from airports asked.

Q. 18 Who won the bronze medal at the 2003 IAAF World Athletics Championships ?
Ans. Anju Bobby George

On August 30 2003, 16 years ago, Indian long jumper Anju Bobby George made history when she won a bronze medal at the 2003 IAAF World Championships in Paris. Anju leaped 6.70m to finish third on the podium, becoming the first-ever Indian to win a World Athletics Championships medal.

Q. 19 What does NRDWP stand for ?
Ans. National Rural Drinking Water Programme

Q. 20 Which one of the following world heritage sites has been removed from UNESCO list?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 21 Mission Indradhanush 2.0 aims to
Ans. immunize children under 2 years of age and pregnant women

The Intensified Mission Indradhanush 2.0 aims to immunize children under 2 years of age and pregnant women against eight vaccine-preventable diseases. The immunisation drive covers vaccines for tuberculosis, meningitis, measles, Hepatitis B, tetanus, whooping cough, poliomyelitis and diphtheria.

Q. 22 Where is the Gol Gumbaz located?
Ans. Bijapur,Karnataka

Gol Gumbaz is the tomb of king Muhammad Adil Shah, Adil Shah Dynasty. It is located at Bijapur,Karnataka.

Q. 23 Where was the Ryotwari system implemented first in India ?
Ans. Madras presidency

Ryotwari System was introduced in India in 1820 by Thomas Munro and Charles Reed. It was first introduced in Madras presidency. Under this British Government collected taxes directly from the peasants.

RRB NTPC Evening Shift memory Based Questions 01 March 2021

Q.1 Which is the highest peak of Andaman & Nicobar?
Ans. Saddle Peak

      Saddle Peak (732 Mtrs) is the highest point in the Andaman Islands.

Q. 2 How many classical dances are there in India?
Ans. Eight

The Sangeet Natak Akademi currently confers classical status on eight Indian classical dance styles: Bharatanatyam (Tamil Nadu), Kathak (North, West and Central India), Kathakali (Kerala), Kuchipudi (Andhra), Odissi (Odisha), Manipuri (Manipur), Mohiniyattam (Kerala), and Sattriya(Assam).

Q. 3 What was the theme of “World Environment Program” 2019?
Ans. According to given options

The theme for 2019 is “Air pollution”. The host Every World Environment Day has a different host country, where the official celebrations take place.

Q. 4 Which one of the following is the oldest magazine?
Ans. The Scots Magazine

The oldest consumer magazine still in print is The Scots Magazine, which was first published in 1739, though multiple changes in ownership and gaps in publication totalling over 90 years weaken that claim.

Q. 5 When does “Goa Day” celebrate every year?
Ans. 19 December

Q. 6 Where was Mahatma Gandhi jailed together with Sarojini Naidu?
Ans. The Aga Khan Palace

The Aga Khan Palace served as a jail for Mahatma Gandhi, Kasturba Gandhi and other freedom fighters during the Quit India movement. It was built in 1892 by Sultan Mohammed Shah, Aga Khan III, the palace was donated to the government of India in 1969. On March19, 1943, Sarojini Naidu, was released because of ill health.

Q. 7 What is the capital of Meghalaya?
Ans. Shillong

The capital of Meghalaya is Shillong. During the British rule of India, the British imperial authorities nicknamed it the “Scotland of the East”.

Q. 8 Which one of the following is a fourth generation language?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 9 One question from Battle asked.

Q. 10 Farmers are being provided 6000 Rs. every year under which scheme?
Ans. PM-KISAN Scheme

A financial benefit of Rs 6,000 per year is provided to the eligible beneficiary farmers, payable in three equal four-monthly instalments of Rs 2,000 each through direct benefit transfer under the PM-KISAN Scheme.

Q. 11 What is the 61st constitutional amendment?
Ans. lowered the voting age of elections to the Lok Sabha and to the Legislative Assemblies of States from 21 years to 18 years.

     The Sixty-first Amendment of the Constitution of India, officially known as The Constitution (Sixty-first Amendment) Act, 1988, lowered the voting age of elections to the Lok Sabha and to the Legislative Assemblies of States from 21 years to 18 years.

Q. 12 Which one of the following statements is not correct regarding “Election Commission of India”?
Ans. According to given statements

Q. 13 One question from the use of the internet was asked.
Ans.

Q. 14 Which country was defeated by China in the Sudirman cup 2019?
Ans. Japan

China produced an excellent performance to win the 2019 Sudirman Cup on Sunday, beating Japan 3-0 in the final. The top two seeds progressed with ease through the knockout stages of the competition, setting up an eagerly anticipated showdown at the Guangxi Sports Center in Nanning, China.

Q. 15 Where is the 17th parallel located?
Ans. Between North Vietnam and South Vietnam

      The dividing line between North Vietnam and South Vietnam as established by the 1954 Geneva Conference. The 17th parallel was buffered by a demilitarized zone, or DMZ, between the two countries.

Q. 16 Elon musk has changed the name of which Spaceship?
Ans. FalCon – 9

Q. 17 Diego Garcia island is located at –
Ans. British Indian Ocean

Diego Garcia is an island of the British Indian Ocean Territory, an overseas territory of the United Kingdom.

Q. 18 What is DNA responsible for?
Ans. Genome

Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) is a nucleic acid that contains the genetic instructions for the development and function of living things?

Q. 19 “Triticum” is the scientific name of –
Ans. Wheat

Q. 20 PM Jan Aushadhi Yojana is being implemented under which ministry?
Ans. Ministry of Chemicals & Fertilizers,

The Scheme is being implemented through a registered society namely Bureau of Pharma PSUs of India (BPPI) which is working under the administrative control of Department of Pharmaceuticals, Ministry of Chemicals & Fertilizers, Government of India.

Q. 21 The line ” Vigyan Hi Bal Hai” has been written in which logo?
Ans. DRDO

Q. 22 Who of the following was the third ruler of the Mamluk dynasty?
Ans. Iltutmish

Dynasty lasted from 1206 to 1290. It was the first of the dynasties to rule as the Delhi Sultanate. Dynasty ended when Jalal ud din Firuz Khilji overthrew the last Mamluk ruler Muiz ud din Qaiqabad in 1290. Qutb al-Din Aibak was the first ruler of the dynasty.

Q. 23 How are the coral reefs formed?
Ans. Coral reefs begin to form when free-swimming coral larvae attach to submerged rocks or other hard surfaces along the edges of islands or continents. As the corals grow and expand, reefs take on one of three major characteristic structures — fringing, barrier or atoll.

Q. 24 Who is the current CEO of Walmart?
Ans. Doug McMillon

Doug McMillon is president and CEO of Walmart Inc.

Q. 25 Nepal shares its boundary with which one of the following Indian States?
Ans. According to given options

Nepal shares its boundary with Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Sikkim, West Bengal.

Q. 26 Who of the following said ” Aaram Haram hai”?
Ans. Jawahar Lal Nehru

This slogan ‘Aaram Haram Hai’ was said by Jawahar Lal Nehru.

RRB NTPC 27 February 2021 Morning Shift Questions-

Q.1 Who wrote the ” A Prime Minister to Remember” book?
Ans. Navy Chief Admiral Sushil Kumar

A book titled ‘A Prime Minister to Remember- Memories of a Military Chief’, authored by former Navy Chief Admiral Sushil Kumar.

Q. 2 “Kristalina Georgieva” is the current director of which of the following institutions?
Ans. Kristalina Georgieva

     The current Managing Director (MD) and Chairwoman of the IMF is Bulgarian economist Kristalina Georgieva, who has held the post since October 1, 2019.

Q. 3 The “World Hindi Day” is celebrated every year on –
Ans. January 10

World Hindi Day is celebrated every year on January 10. Vishwa Hindi Divas commemorates the anniversary of the first World Hindi Conference held in Nagpur on January 10, 1975. The conference was inaugurated by the then prime minister Indira Gandhi in Nagpur.

Q. 4 Who of the following formed the Forward Bloc?
Ans. Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose

   The Forward Bloc of the Indian National Congress was formed on May 3, 1939 by Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose in Makur Unnao , Uttar Pradesh, who had resigned from the presidency of the Indian National Congress on 29 April after being outmaneuvered by Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi.

Q. 5 Which is the first element in the Periodic Table?
Ans. Hydrogen is no. 1 in the periodic table.

Q. 6 In which year is India hosting the G20 summit?
Ans. 2023

   India which was earlier scheduled to host the G20 Summit in 2022 coinciding with 75th anniversary of Indian independence will now host the Summit in 2023 and swapped the Group's Presidency with Indonesia. "We thank Saudi Arabia for hosting a successful Riyadh Summit and its contribution to the G20 process.

Q. 7 How much percentage of National Highways is India’s total road network?
Ans. 2.7 %

National Highways constituted 2.7% of India’s total road network, but carried about 40% of road traffic, as of 2013.

Q. 8 How many parts are there of Indian River System?
Ans. 3 (according to given options )

Q. 9 What is the correct full form of MB?
Ans. Mega Bytes

Q. 10 The Armed Forces Flag Day is observed every year on –
Ans. 7 December

Every year on 7 December, India observes Armed Forces Flag Day to pay respects to the martyrs of the defence forces and honour the personnel in uniform.

Q. 11 The ‘National Mission on Pilgrimage Rejuvenation and Spiritual Augmentation Drive’ (PRASAD) is related to –
Ans. Holistic development of identified pilgrimage destinations.

    The 'National Mission on Pilgrimage Rejuvenation and Spiritual Augmentation Drive' (PRASAD) was launched by the Ministry of Tourism in the year 2014-15 with the objective of holistic development of identified pilgrimage destinations.

Q. 12 One question from the New Education Policy and calories asked.

Q. 13 Who of the following has been appointed as the chairperson of an empowered committee for administration of Covid-19 vaccine?
Ans. RS Sharma, former TRAI chief

The Union government has appointed RS Sharma, former Trai chief, as the chairperson of an empowered committee for administration of Covid-19 vaccine. This has come days ahead of the mega vaccination drive is to start in India.

Q. 14 Which one of the following is not an Endocrine glands?
Ans. According to given options

Endocrine glands are ductless glands of the endocrine system that secrete their products, hormones, directly into the blood. The major glands of the endocrine system include the pineal gland, pituitary gland, pancreas, ovaries, testes, thyroid gland, parathyroid gland, hypothalamus and adrenal glands.

Q. 15 Which one of the following is not a part of the alimentary canal?
Ans. According to given options

The alimentary tract of the digestive system is composed of the mouth, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, small and large intestines, rectum and anus. Associated with the alimentary tract are the following accessory organs: salivary glands, liver, gallbladder, and pancreas.

Q. 16 One question from Photosynthesis, process asked.
Ans. Photosynthesis, the process by which green plants and certain other organisms transform light energy into chemical energy. During photosynthesis in green plants, light energy is captured and used to convert water, carbon dioxide, and minerals into oxygen and energy-rich organic compounds.

Q. 17 Which of the following countries won the women FIFA World Cup 2019?
Ans. USA

Q. 18 What is the strongest currency in the world at present?
Ans. Dollars

Q. 19 One question from Hormones asked.
Ans. Oxytocin

Q. 20 Which one of the following fishes does not have bones, eyes and head?
Ans. Jellyfish

Q. 21 Who of the following is known as the father of Nuclear Physics?
Ans. Ernest Rutherford

Ernest Rutherford, famously known as ‘Father of Nuclear Physics’ was born on August 30, 1871. Rutherford discovered the concept of radioactive half-life and proved alpha and beta radiations in different elements and later came to be as one of the greatest experimentalists in the world.

Q. 22 Which pigment causes flowers to have different colors??
Ans. Anthocyanins

The most common pigments in flowers come in the form of anthocyanins. These pigments range in color from white to red to blue to yellow to purple and even black and brown. A different kind of pigment class is made up of the carotenoids. Carotenoids are responsible for some yellows, oranges, and reds.

Q. 23 Who won the literature Nobel Prize 2018
Ans. Olga Tokarczuk

The Nobel Prize in Literature 2018 was awarded to Olga Tokarczuk “for a narrative imagination that with encyclopedic passion represents the crossing of boundaries as a form of life.” Olga Tokarczuk received her Nobel Prize in 2019.

Q. 24 Who first discovered gravitational force?
Ans. Sir Isaac Newton

Sir Isaac Newton was an English mathematician and mathematician and physicist who lived from 1642-1727. The legend is that Newton discovered Gravity when he saw a falling apple while thinking about the forces of nature.

Q. 25 When was the Independence of Bangladesh declared?
Ans. 26 March 1971

The Independence of Bangladesh was declared on 26 March 1971 by Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. Another declaration was read out on 27 March 1971, by Major Ziaur Rahman, on behalf of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.

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

Parts of MS office are MS word, Excel and Powerpoint

Q. 27 The first national movement in India start from –
Ans. Bombay

 The Indian National Congress (Congress Party) held its first meeting in December 1885 in Bombay city while British Indian troops were still fighting in Upper Burma.

Q. 28 What is the correct full form of IRDA?
Ans. Insurance Regulatory & Development Authority of India

Q. 29 Who was the lieutenant governor of Jammu and Kashmir in December 2020?
Ans. Manoj Sinha

The President Ram Nath Kovind has appointed Manoj Sinha as the Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir. The President accepted the resignation of Girish Chandra Murmu as Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir. Murmu, a 1985 batch Gujarat cadre IAS officer was appointed as the LG in October last year.

27 February 2021 RRB NTPC Evening Shift Memory Based Questions

Q.1 Who is known as Father of communal electorate in India?
Ans. Lord Minto

Act of 1909 introduced a system of communal representation for Muslims by accepting the concept of separate electorate. Under this the Muslim members were to be elected only by Muslim voters. Thus the act legalised communalism and Lord Minto came to be known as Father of communal Electorate.

Q. 2 Who is the current chairman of LIC?
Ans. M R Kumar

     M R Kumar has been  appointed the Chairman of Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC), according to a Personnel Ministry order. Kumar was Zonal Manager (in-charge) of North Zone and will hold the post of the LIC Chairman for five years.

Q. 3 National Women Farmer’s Day is celebrated every year on –
Ans. 15th October

15th October is celebrated as National Women Farmer’s Day or Rashtriya Mahila Kisan Diwas’ in India every year.

Q. 4 Which one of the following statements is not correctly matched?
Ans. WHO – New York

Q. 5 What is article 43 of Indian Constitution ?
Ans. The State shall take steps, by suitable legislation or in any other way, to secure the participation of workers in the management of undertakings, establishments or other organisations engaged in any industry.

Q. 6 Which vitamin is the E – 300 ?
Ans. Vitamin – C

E-300, Ascorbic acid is the chemical name for vitamin C. It is a water-soluble variant of vitamin C. The addition of the E number ensures that the product itself has a longer shelf life.

Q. 7 Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill won the Nobel Prize in 1953 for –
Ans. Literature

       The Nobel Prize in Literature 1953 was awarded to Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill "for his mastery of historical and biographical description as well as for brilliant oratory in defending exalted human values."

Q. 8 Who of the following headed the “New Educational Policy” ?
Ans. Krishnaswamy Kasturirangan

Q. 9 Which launch vehicle was used to launch ” Chandrayaan -1″?
Ans. PSLV – C11

Q. 10 Which of the following titles was abandoned by Mahatma Gandhi after Jallianwala Bagh Massacre?
Ans. Kaiser-e-Hind

      In 1920, as a sign of protest, Gandhi returned the Kaiser-e-Hind medal which was awarded to him by the British Empire. One of the reasons for this act was the massacre of unarmed and non-violent pro-testers at Jallianwala Bagh in Amritsar, India, on 13 April 1919.

Q. 11 Why does Silver turn black?
Ans. Silver becomes black because of hydrogen sulfide (sulfur), a substance that occurs in the air. When silver comes into contact with it, a chemical reaction takes place and a black layer is formed.

Q. 12 Which one of the following is not a web browser?
Ans. Panda

Q. 13 Who of the following won the first Nobel Peace Prize in China ?
Ans. Liu Xiaobo

Q. 14 Which one of the following rivers is not a tributary of the Indus river ?
Ans. Gomati river

Q. 15 Girl is born due to which chromosome?
Ans. XX

Q. 16 Which is India’s first indigenous Satellite Launch Vehicle?
Ans. SLV Satellite Launch Vehicle-3

   Satellite Launch Vehicle-3 (SLV-3) was India's first experimental satellite launch vehicle, which was an all solid, four stage vehicle weighing 17 tonnes with a height of 22m and capable of placing 40 kg class payloads in Low Earth Orbit (LEO).

Q. 17 Manipuri dance is dedicated to which God?
Ans. Krishna

It is indigenous to Manipur and is characterized by a variety of forms that are linked to folk tradition and ritual. Themes are generally taken from episodes in the life of Krishna, the pastoral god. Manipuri-style performance of Indian classical dance.

Q. 18 One question from Phylum asked.

Q. 19 Why did Mahatma Gandhi start the “Civil Disobedience Movement” ?
Ans. Against Britain’s Salt Acts

On March 12, 1930, Indian independence leader Mohandas Gandhi begins a defiant march to the sea in protest of the British monopoly on salt, his boldest act of civil disobedience yet against British rule in India. Britain’s Salt Acts prohibited Indians from collecting or selling salt, a staple in the Indian diet.

Q. 20 Which organization was formed when Nobel Prize started?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 21 Who of the following introduced the Permanent Settlement in 1793?
Ans. Lord Cornwallis

The Permanent Settlement (also Permanent Settlement of Bengal) was introduced by Lord Cornwallis in 1793. It was an agreement between the British East India Company and the Landlords of Bengal to settle the Land Revenue to be raised. Lord Cornwallis came to India as the Governor General.

Q. 22 Which scheme was introduced by Prime Minister in Northeast region for electricity?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 23 Which one of the following is not an internal device?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 24 Which one of the following is not a work of RBI?
Ans. To pay people directly

Q. 25 Which lens is used in torch and headlights of vehicles?
Ans. Concave mirror

     Concave mirror is used in headlights of vehicles, because when the bulb of headlight is placed at focus of concave mirror, it allows the light to spread out to infinity (longer distances). For the same reason, concave mirror is used in torches also.

Q. 26 Which mineral is the ore of copper?
Ans. chalcopyrite

The principal copper ore mineral is chalcopyrite (CuFeS2), which is commonly smelted to yield a matte containing ~50% copper. In the presence of silica flux, iron is selectively oxidized to a slag.

Q. 27 Who published sambad kaumudi in 1821?
Ans. Ram Mohan Roy

      Sambad Kaumudi  was a Bengali weekly newspaper published from Kolkata in the first half of the 19th century by Ram Mohan Roy. It was a noted pro-Reformist publication that actively campaigned for the abolition(stop) of the Sati Pratha.

Q. 28 Which is the world’s largest river by volume?
Ans. Amazon

The Amazon is considered the world’s largest river by volume, but scientists have believed it is slightly shorter than Africa’s Nile. The Brazilian scientists’ 14-day expedition extended the Amazon’s length by about 176 miles (284 kilometers), making it 65 miles (105 kilometers) longer than the Nile.

RRB NTPC 23 February 2021 Morning Shift GK Asked Questions

Q. 1 Who is literate in India as per census 2011?
Ans. A person aged seven and above, who can both read and write with understanding in any language.

For the purpose of census 2011, a person aged seven and above, who can both read and write with understanding in any language, is treated as literate. A person, who can only read but cannot write, is not literate. In the censuses prior to 1991, children below five years of age were necessarily treated as illiterates.

Q. 2 When did the Swadeshi movement begin?
Ans. August 7, 1905

The Swadeshi Movement, now known as ‘Make in India’ campaign was officially proclaimed on August 7, 1905 at the Calcutta Town Hall, in Bengal. Boycott movement was also launched along with the Swadeshi movement.

Q. 3 “Rule of Law” in Indian Constitution has been adopted from which country?
Ans. England

Rule of law was adopted from England by our constitutional fathers and many provisions were incorporated in the Indian Constitution. Indian Constitution is considered to be supreme and no one is above Indian Constitution

Q. 4 In which constitutional amendment three new words Socialist, Secular, and Integrity were added into the Preamble?
Ans. 42nd Amendment

   The preamble was amended by the 42nd Constitutional Amendment Act in 1976, in which three new words Socialist, Secular, and Integrity were added.

Q. 5 What is the work of LAN in computer systems?
Ans. To connect groups of computer with computer

Q. 6 How many members are there in WHO?
Ans. 194

  The 194 Member States are the “owners” of the World Health Organization.

Q. 7 What was the old name of WTO?
Ans. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT)

The WTO officially commenced on 1 January 1995 under the Marrakesh Agreement, signed by 123 nations on 15 April 1994, replacing the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), which commenced in 1948.

Q. 8 Who of the following founded the Prarthana Samaj?
Ans. Dadoba Pandurang and his brother Atmaram Pandurang

Prarthana Samaj was founded by Dadoba Pandurang and his brother Atmaram Pandurang in 1863 when Keshub Chandra Sen visited Maharashtra, with an aim to make people believe in one God and worship only one God. It became popular after Mahadev Govind Ranade joined

Q. 9 Bangladesh shares its boundary with –
Ans. according to given options

Bangladesh shares its boundary with
Assam, Tripura, Meghalaya, Mizoram, West Bengal

Q. 10 Who was the brand ambassador of PUMA in 2019?
Ans. Sunil Chhetri (according to given options)

Q. 11 Which of the following islands has been named after Subhash Chandra island?
Ans. Ross island

Ross island was named after marine surveyor, Daniel Ross. In December 2018, it was renamed as Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Island as a tribute to Subhas Chandra Bose.

Q. 12 What is the correct full form of D.P.I. ?
Ans. Dots Per Inch

Q. 13 What is the normal temperature of the human body?
Ans. 98.6˚ F

Q. 14 What is a Peripheral Device in a computer system?
Ans. Peripheral device, also known as peripheral, computer peripheral, input-output device, or input/output device, any of various devices (including sensors) used to enter information and instructions into a computer for storage or processing and to deliver the processed data to a human operator.

Q. 15 What is the meaning of the writ ” “Habeas Corpus”?
Ans. To bring or present the body before the court.

   The term habeas corpus is the Latin word which means to bring or present the body before the court.  The basic purpose for which this writ is used is to release a person from unlawful detention or imprisonment.

Q. 16 Find odd one out –
SBI, RBI, HDFC, ICICI
Ans RBI

Q. 17 Who was the chairperson of DRDO in 2018?
Ans. scientist G Satheesh Reddy

Q. 18 What is the main work of WTO?
Ans. WTO deals with the global rules of trade between Nations.

Q. 19 Which one of the following committees is related to banking reforms?
Ans. Narasimham Committee

Q. 20 The first census in India was held during whose governor?
Ans. under British Viceroy Lord Mayo, 1872

Q. 21 Who is the chairperson of the International Atomic Energy Agency at present?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 22 Where is the headquarters of “Geological Survey of India” located?
Ans. Kolkata

With its headquarters at Kolkata, GSI has six Regional offices at Lucknow, Jaipur, Nagpur, Hyderabad, Shillong and Kolkata and offices in almost all States of the country. The Geological Survey of India is an attached office to the Ministry of Mines.

Q. 23 Where is the Nagarhole National Park located?
Ans. Karnataka, India.

    Nagarhole National Park is a national park located in Kodagu district and Mysore district in Karnataka, India.

Q. 24 What is the total length of Golden Quadrilateral?
Ans. 5846 km.

The overall length of the Golden quadrilateral is 5,846km. The Golden Quadrilateral passes through 13 states.

Q. 25 “Dumhal dance” is performed in which state?
Ans. state of Jammu and Kashmir

The Dumhal dance is one of the popular folk dances of the north Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. This dance is only performed by the men of the Wattal tribe of the region.

RRB NTPC 22 February 2021 Morning Shift GK Asked Questions

Q. 1 Which of the following sectors is the major contributor to Indian GDP ?
Ans. Services sector

Services sector has been the major contributor to GDP after the LPG model was implemented. Agriculture, which contributed more than 50% to the country’s GDP, stood at 17% as of 2013 while the contribution of services sector has grown to around 57%, registering the highest growth across all sectors.

Q.2 When did the Dandi March end?
Ans. April 6, 1930

The Salt March began on March 12, 1930 and continued till April 6, 1930. It was a 24-day non-violent march led by Mahatma Gandhi. 2. During that time, the British had prohibited Indians from collecting or selling salt.

Q. 3 Who is known as the father of Supercomputers in India?
Ans. Vijay Pandurang Bhatkar

Vijay Pandurang Bhatkar is an Indian computer scientist, IT leader and educationalist. He is best known as the architect of India’s national initiative in supercomputing where he led the development of Param supercomputers.

Q. 4 The INSPIRE Scheme is associated with which of the following fields-
Ans. Science (according to given Options)

   Scholarship for Higher Education (SHE) is a component scheme under Innovation in Science Pursuit for Inspired Research (INSPIRE), which is a flagship programme of the Department of Science and Technology (DST), under the Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India.

Q. 5 Which fluid is found in the cavities of synovial joints?
Ans. Synovial fluid

Synovial fluid is a viscous solution found in the cavities of synovial joints. The principal role of synovial fluid is to reduce friction between the articular cartilages of synovial joints during movement.

Q. 6 What is the correct full form of BARC?
Ans. Bhabha Atomic Research Centre

Q. 7 “Karo ya maro”, “Do or die” slogan is associated with which of the following movements?
Ans. The Quit India Movement

     The simplest, and the most powerful, slogan of the Indian National Movement was “Quit India”, or “Bharat Chhodo” — the call and command that Mahatma Gandhi gave to the British rulers of India 77 years ago. For the masses of this country, his exhortation was: “Karo ya maro”, “Do or die”.

Q. 8 What is the correct full form of ASHA?
Ans. Accredited Social Health Activist.

Q. 9 “Bleaching powder” can not be used in which of the following?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 10 Marie Curie was awarded with Nobel Prize for –
Ans. Physics

Q. 11 One question from census 2011 asked.

Q. 12 Where is the Great Victoria Desert located?
Ans. Western Australia

The Great Victoria Desert bioregion is located in the southern rangelands of Western Australia (WA; 52% of bioregion area), stretching into the western half of South Australia (SA).

Q. 13 What is the correct full form of AIDS?
Ans. Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome.

   The full form of AIDS is Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. AIDS is a disease caused by HIV; in that condition, a human's immune system is too weak to protect against any form of sickness or infection.

Q. 14 Who has the most French Open wins?
Ans Rafael Nadal
Rafael Nadal has won the French Open a record 13 times, including most recently in 2020 when he beat Novak Djokovic in the final.

Q. 15 When was the UNO established?
Ans. 24th October 1945

Q. 16 Which of the following is not an allotropes of Carbon?
Ans. Flourinc ( according to given options)

Q. 17 Which of the following were formed under Bretton woods conference ?
Ans. International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank ( according to given options)

Q. 18 The Jamuna river is also known as ….. in India?
Ans. The Brahmaputra river

Q. 19 Which one of the following peaks is not a part of the Western Ghats?
Ans. Mahendragiri peak

Q. 20 How many members are there in the WTO 2020?
Ans. 164 members

The WTO has 164 members and 25 observer governments.

Q. 21 Who founded Satyagraha Sabha?
Ans. M. K Gandhi

M. K Gandhi started campaign against Rowlatt bill and set up Satyagraha Sabha 24th February AD 1919 at Bombay.

Q. 22 Who was the player of the match in the final of World Cup 2019?
Ans. Ben Stokes

While “Player of The Series” won by Kane Williamson.

Q. 23 In which year Girish Karnad was awarded with Padma Shri?
Ans. 1974

Karnad received India’s top literary prize, the Jnanpith Award, and two national awards, the Padma Shri in 1974 and Padma Bhushan in 1992, for his body of work. His plays, written in Kannada language, were translated into English and several Indian languages.

Q. 24 Which is the first supercomputer of Asia?
Ans. EKA supercomputer

Q. 25 Who is the council of ministers of a state responsible to?
Ans. Legislative Assembly

Q. 26 One question from Article 161 asked.

Q. 27 Which one of the following is not a computer language?
Ans. C++++ (according to given language)

Q. 28 Which one of the following is not included in UNESCO list
Ans. According to given options

Q. 29 Which five year plan ends in 2017?
Ans. 12 th Five Year plan

Q. 30 What vitamin does retinol come from?
Ans. Vitamin – A

Vitamin A helps form and maintain healthy teeth, skeletal and soft tissue, mucus membranes, and skin. It is also known as retinol because it produces the pigments in the retina of the eye.

Q. 31 Who wrote the “Ain-i-Akbari”?
Ans. Abu’l Fazl

The Ain-i-Akbari or the “Administration of Akbar”, is a 16th-century detailed document recording the administration of the Mughal Empire under Emperor Akbar, written by his court historian, Abu’l Fazl in the Persian language.

Q. 32 Who of the following has been appointed as new CEO & Chairman of Indian Railway?
Ans. Suneet Sharma

The appointments committee of the Cabinet approved the appointment of Suneet Sharma as Chairman and CEO of Railway Board. The extended one-year tenure of Sharma’s predecessor, Vinod Kumar Yadav, who also became the restructured Board’s first CEO, ended on December 31, 2020.

22 February 2021 RRB NTPC Memory Based Questions

Q.1 Who of the following is associated with Kathak Dance?
Ans. Birju Maharaj

Brijmohan Mishra, popularly known as Pandit Birju Maharaj, is an exponent of the Handia, Allahabad Kalka-Bindadin gharana of Kathak dance in India.

Q. 2 A 33-feet-tall bronze statue of Swami Vivekananda was established in –
Ans. Ranchi

Chief Minister of Jharkhand, Raghubar Das unveiled a 33-feet-tall bronze statue of Swami Vivekananda at Bada Talab, popularly known as Ranchi Lake, on the occasion of his 156th birth anniversary and the National Youth Day. He also renamed the popular lake as Vivekananda Sarovar.

Q. 3 Who wrote our national song of India?
Ans. Bankimchandra Chatterji

The song Vande Mataram, composed in Sanskrit by Bankimchandra Chatterji, was a source of inspiration to the people in their struggle for freedom. It has an equal status with Jana-gana-mana. The first political occasion when it was sung was the 1896 session of the Indian National Congress.

Q. 4 Who is known with the nickname CR7
Ans. Cristiano Ronaldo

The nickname CR7 is a simple combination of Ronaldo’s initials and his favoured number: Cristiano Ronaldo plus the number 7.

Q. 5 What is google drive?
Ans. Cloud Storage ( according to given options)

Q. 6 One question from the PM MUDRA scheme was asked.

Q. 7 Which of the following taxes was levied on Muslims by the Mughals?
Ans. Jizya tax

Q. 8 Where is the “National War Memorial” located?
Ans. New Delhi

Q. 9 When was the Khalsa Panth founded ?
Ans. April 13, 1699

Q. 10 The membership and election process of Rajya Sabha has been taken from –
Ans. USA

Q. 11 What is the correct full form of VIRUS?
Ans. Vital Information Resources Under Seize

Q. 12 How long was the Vedic period?
Ans. 1500 BC to 500 BC (according to given options )

Q. 13 Find odd one out –
Ans. Tennis ball, Cricket ball, Volleyball, American ball
Ans. American ball

Q. 14 When was the European Union formally established?
Ans. November 1, 1993

The EU was created by the Maastricht Treaty, which entered into force on November 1, 1993.

Q. 15 Chelsea club associated with which sports?
Ans. Football

Chelsea Football Club (FC), nicknamed “the Blues,” is one of the world’s richest, biggest, and most-supported football clubs.

Q. 16 Which one of the following statements is correct regarding Lokayukta?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 17 The CoP 14 was held in –
Ans. Greater Noida (India)

The 14th edition of the Conference of Parties (COP-14) to the UN Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) ended on 13th September 2019. Held in Greater Noida, this was the first time that India hosted an edition of the UNCCD COP.

Q. 18 Where was the world’s first floating Nuclear Power plant established?
Ans. Russia

Q. 19 Which is the largest delta of salt water?
Ans. Ganges–Brahmaputra delta

The world’s largest delta is the Ganges–Brahmaputra delta in India and Bangladesh, which empties into the Bay of Bengal.

Q. 20 Which one of the following statements is correct regarding the Pradhan Mantri Vaya Vandana Yojana
Ans. According to given statements

Q. 21 Who of the following has been acting Prime Minister of India two times?
Ans. Gulzarilal Nanda

Nanda was the Acting Prime Minister of India twice for thirteen days each: the first time after the death of Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru in 1964, and the second time after the death of Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri in 1966.

Q. 22 One question from Pincode Number asked.
Ans.

Q. 23 Who helped lead India’s exploration to Antarctica?
Ans. Syed Zahoor Qasim

Syed Zahoor Qasim (31 December 1926 – 20 October 2015) was an Indian marine biologist. Qasim helped lead India’s exploration to Antarctica and guided the other seven expeditions from 1981 to 1988.

Q. 24 One question from Robot name aksed.

Q. 25 What is the correct full form of LASER?
Ans. Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation.

 LASERs The word laser is an acronym for the expression "light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation.

Q. 26 India launched the first satellite with which country?
Ans The Soviet Union

Aryabhata was the first unmanned Earth satellite built by India, assembled at Peenya, near Bangalore, but launched from the Soviet Union by a Russian-made rocket in 1975.

Q. 27 At what temperature does nuclear fusion occur?

15,000,000 degrees Celsius
Once the temperature reaches 15,000,000 degrees Celsius, nuclear fusion takes place in the center, or core, of the cloud. The tremendous heat given off by the nuclear fusion process causes the gas to glow creating a protostar.

RRB NTPC 17 February 2021 Morning Shift GK Asked Questions

Q. 1 Which of the following chemicals was banned by the Supreme court in 2011?
Ans. Pesticide Endosulfan

The Supreme Court of India banned manufacture, sale, and use of toxic pesticide endosulfan in India.

Q. 2 What is Arjuna’s bark used for?
Ans. Heart diseases

Terminalia arjuna, commonly known as arjuna, belongs to the family of Combretaceae. Its bark decoction is being used in the Indian subcontinent for anginal pain, hypertension, congestive heart failure, and dyslipidemia, based on the observations of ancient physicians for centuries.

Q. 3 What is the correct full form of “FQDN”?
Ans. Fully Qualified Domain Name

  A fully qualified domain name (FQDN) is the complete domain name for a specific computer, or host, on the internet. The FQDN consists of two parts: the hostname and the domain name.

Q. 4 Who of the following freedom fighters played an important role to adopt Hindi as India’s national language?
Ans. Ram Manohar Lohia

     He advocated for various socio-political reforms in his capacity as party leader, including the abolition of the caste system, the adoption of Hindi as India’s national language, and stronger protection of civil liberties.

Q. 5 Who is the youngest grandmaster to 31 December 2020?
Ans. Sergey Karjakin

    Ukraine's Sergey Karjakin remains the youngest-ever GM, having achieved the feat at the age of 12 years and seven months in 2002.

Q. 6 Which of the following two heritage sites were included by UNESCO List in 2019?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 7 Which of the following countries joined as the 193rd member of UNO?
Ans. Republic of South Sudan

The General Assembly today admitted the Republic of South Sudan as the 193rd member of the United Nations, welcoming the newly independent country to the community of nations.

Q. 8 What was the golden age of India called?
Ans. Gupta Empire

Prosperity in the Gupta Empire initiated a period known as the Golden Age of India, marked by extensive inventions and discoveries in science, technology, engineering, art, dialectic, literature, logic, mathematics, astronomy, religion, and philosophy.

Q. 9 One question from Vande Matram aksed ?

Q. 10 Which one of the following is not an active volcano?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 11 Which year was declared the International Year of Indigenous language?
Ans. 2019

In 2016, the United Nations General Assembly adopted a resolution (A/RES/71/178) proclaiming 2019 as the International Year of Indigenous Languages, based on a recommendation by the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues.

Q. 12 How many cities have been identified for development under the HRIDAY Scheme?
Ans. Twelve cities

Under the Scheme, twelve cities namely, Ajmer, Amritsar, Amaravati, Badami, Dwarka, Gaya, Kanchipuram, Mathura, Puri, Varanasi Velankanni, Warangal have been identified for development.

Q. 13 Article 243(c) of Indian Constitution is related to –
Ans. The panchayati Raj

Q. 14 When was the National Food for Work Programme(NFWP) started?
Ans. 14 November 2004

    The National Food for Work Programme(NFWP), 2004 was launched by minister of rural development, central government on 14 November 2004 in 150 of the most backward districts of India with the objective of generating supplementary wage employment.

Q. 15 One question from Regulating act 1773 asked.

Q. 16 ……….. has emerged as the most-attractive state for startups in India.
Ans. Gujarat

  Gujarat has emerged as the most-attractive state for startups in India, according to a government release. The state topped the list that ranked 27 states and three union territories in the country based on overall steps taken by them to promote startups.

Q. 17 What is the Electronic Configuration of Rhodium?
Ans. Kr 4d8 5s1

  The ground state electron configuration of ground state gaseous neutral rhodium is [Kr]. 4d85s1 and the term symbol is 4F9/2.

Q. 18 The Pratyush Super Computer is used for –
Ans. Weather Forecasting

Pratyush, a supercomputer used for weather forecasting at the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, ranked 78th on the November edition of the list.

Q. 19 What is the official name of Javascript?
Ans. ECMAScript

JavaScript was invented by Brendan Eich in 1995, and became an ECMA standard in 1997. ECMAScript is the official name of the language.

Q. 20 Who of the following was awarded with Nobel Prize in 1968?
Ans. Har Gobind Khorana

Q. 21 ……….. is a process of covering the soil and make more favorable conditions for plant growth, development.
Ans. Mulching

     Mulching means it is a process of covering the soil and make more favorable conditions for plant growth, development. Mulching is forming the protective layer around the plant. The practice of applying mulch is an ancient and effective technique.

Q. 22 One question from propulsion technology of ISRO asked.

Q. 23 What was the theme of “World Economic Forum” in 2019?
Ans. ‘Globalization 4.0: Shaping a Global Architecture in the Age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution’.

Q. 24 Who of the following wrote the “Waiting for a Visa” book?
Ans. Dr. B. R. Ambedkar

Q. 25 Which of the following is the longest as well as busy National Highways of India?
Ans. Pune – Mumbai NH

Q. 26 When did the “Quit India Movement” start?
Ans. 08 August 1942

Q. 27 Who of the following built the Lingaraj temple?
Ans. king Jajati Keshari

Lingaraj Temple, built in 11th century, is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is considered as the largest temple of the city. Built by king Jajati Keshari of Soma Vansh, the main tower of this temple measures 180-feet in height. It is built in red stone and is a classic example of Kalinga style of architecture.

Q. 28 What type of authority is “SAIL”?
Ans. Public Sector Unit

Q. 29 “Norman Borlaug Award” is distributed for which sector?
Ans. Agriculture and Environment.

Q. 30 Tranquillizer, drug is used –
Ans. To reduce anxiety

Tranquilizer, also spelled Tranquilliser, drug that is used to reduce anxiety, fear, tension, agitation, and related states of mental disturbance.

Q. 31 Which is the heaviest satellite of India launched in 2018?
Ans. GSAT-11

India's next generation high throughput communication satellite, GSAT-11 was successfully launched on December 05, 2018 from Kourou launch base, French Guiana by Ariane-5 VA-246. Weighing about 5854 kg, GSAT-11 is the heaviest satellite built by ISRO.

RRB NTPC 17-02-2021 Evening Shift GK Asked Questions

Q. 1 What is the “Kalpana -1”?
Ans. A satellite

Kalpana-1 was the first dedicated meteorological satellite launched by Indian Space Research Organisation using Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle on 12 September 2002.

Q. 2 Who is known as the father of Nuclear Physics?
Ans. Ernest Rutherford

Ernest Rutherford, was a New Zealand physicist who came to be known as the father of nuclear physics. Encyclopædia Britannica considers him to be the greatest experimentalist since Michael Faraday (1791–1867).

Q. 3 Who won the “Nobel Prize” for discovery of malaria vaccine in India?
Ans. Sir Ronald Ross

Sir Ronald Ross was born in Almora, India in 1857 to Sir C.C.G. Ross, a General in the Indian Army, and his wife Matilda. At the age of eight, he was sent to England to be educated and spent much of his childhood with an aunt and uncle on the Isle of Wight.

Q. 4 Which one of the following statements is correct regarding Nuclear Plant?
Ans. Narora – Uttar Pradesh

Q. 5 What is printed on the back of 200 note?
Ans. The front of this note has image of Mahatma Gandhi, Ashoka Emblem while the back side of the note has image of famous Sanchi Stupa.

Q. 6 Which of the following satellites has been prepared by IIT Kanpur?
Ans. Jugnu

Jugnu is an Indian technology demonstration and remote sensing CubeSat satellite which was operated by the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur.

Q. 7 Komagata Maru was a steamship owned by the Shinyei Kisen Goshi Kaisya of –
Ans. Japan

     Komagata Maru  was a steamship owned by the Shinyei Kisen Goshi Kaisya of Japan. She was built as a cargo ship in 1890 and had previously been known as both SS Stubbenhuk and SS Sicilia while sailing for two different German owners. She was later renamed Heian Maru.

Q. 8 The shortcut key “Ctrl+A” is used in computer system to –
Ans. Select all text

Q. 9 What do red pandas mainly eat?
Ans. Red pandas feed mainly on leaves and bamboo, but occasionally snack on fruit, insects, bird eggs and small lizards, too.

Q. 10 What is the correct full form of “BIOS”?
Ans. Basic Input Output System

Q. 11 The ‘Tehri Dam” has been built on which River?
Ans. Bhagirathi River

The Tehri dam, a 260.5 m-high earth and rockfill dam, impounds water 44 km along Bhagirathi River and 25 km along Bhilangana River, creating a dead storage of 925 Mm3 and live storage of 2,615 Mm3, making a total storage capacity of 3,540 Mm3.

Q. 12 100 Nibbles equal to –
Ans. 400 bits

Q. 13 What is the melting point of Nitrogen?
Ans. -210 °C

Q. 14 Which of the following trophies is related to Football?
Ans. Merdeka Cup (according to given options)

Q. 15 The ‘Jantar Mantar” is not located in –
Ans. Nagpur (According to given options)

Q. 16 Who of the following remarked “Nehru is patriot while Jinnah is a Politician”?
Ans. Muhammad Iqbal

Q. 17 “King Ashok” belonged to which of the following Dynasties ?
Ans. Mauryan dynasty

Ashoka was the third emperor of the Mauryan dynasty, grandson of its founder Chandragupta and son of the second emperor, Bindusara. Upon Bindusara’s death, Ashoka and his brothers engaged in a war of succession, and Ashoka emerged victorious after several years of conflict.

Q. 18 Which one of the following statements is wrong regarding UNO?
Ans. The tenure of the judge of International Court of Justice is five years.

Q. 19 The ‘NH-48″ connects –
Ans. Delhi to Chennai

Q. 20 Which one of the following statements is wrong?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 21 Where did the “Quit India Movement” start 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. 22 One question from plant and xylem asked.

Q. 23 Which one of the following statements is not correct regarding Gautam Budha?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 24 Which one of the following is a Radioactive Gas?
Ans. Redon

Q. 25 Which one of the following statements is not correctly matched?
Ans. Dehradun – Central Potato Research Institute

Q. 26 Who of the following wrote the “Tamas” book?
Ans. Bhishm Sahni

Sahni wrote the book Tamas which talks about Partition of India. He also received Padma Bhushan for literature in 1998.

Q. 27 How many times the Asian Games have been held in India?
Ans. Two times

New Delhi, the national capital of India, has hosted the Asian Games on two occasions: the inaugural 1951 Asian Games and the 1982 Asian Games.

Q. 28 Where is the “Rail Coach Factory” located?
Ans. Kapurthala

     Rail Coach Factory at Kapurthala is a coach manufacturing unit of the Indian Railways in the state of Punjab. It is located on the Jalandhar-Firozpur railway line.

Q. 29 Which one of the following is a “Nuclear Powered Submarine?
Ans. Arihant

The Arihant-class submarines are nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarines built under the Advanced Technology Vessel (ATV) project.

RRB NTPC 16 February 2021 Morning Shift GK Questions

Q.1 Which is the first country in Asia to reach Mars?
Ans. India

India became the first Asian country to have successfully launched its Mars orbiter mission Mangalyaan which entered the orbit of the red planet in 2014. India also became the first country to have entered the Martian orbit in its first attempt.

Q. 2 Which shortcut key is used to rename a file?
Ans. F2 key

In Windows when you select a file and press the F2 key you can instantly rename the file without having to go through the context menu.

Q. 3 Which of the following states has the highest literacy ratio in 2018?
Ans. Kerala

Q. 4 What is the range of “AKASH Missile”?
Ans. 30 km.

Akash is a surface-to-air missile with an intercept range of 30 km. It has a launch weight of 720 kg, a diameter of 35 cm and a length of 5.78 metres. Akash flies at supersonic speed, reaching around Mach 2.5.

Q. 5 Who of the following holds the Purple Cap in IPL 2020?
Ans. Kagiso Rabada

Q. 6 Which state has the maximum percentage of forest area as per 2019 survey?
Ans. Madhya Pradesh

      Area-wise Madhya Pradesh has the largest forest cover in the country followed by Arunachal Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Odisha and Maharashtra.

Q. 7 What is the correct full form of “ASCII”?
Ans. American Standard Code for Information Interchange

     American Standard Code for Information Interchange, is a character encoding standard for electronic communication. ASCII codes represent text in computers, telecommunications equipment, and other devices.

Q. 8 Salt, in human body is transported by –
Ans. Plasma

Q. 9 Who of the following designed the symbol of Indian Rupee?
Ans. D Udaya Kumar, the man who designed the rupee symbol.

Q. 10 Which of the following applications is used for online meeting?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 11 What is called the maximum distance between the Earth and The Sun?
Ans. Aphelion

Q. 12 When did India become a member of UNO?
Ans. 1945

Q. 13 The 69th amendment of Indian Constitution is related to –
Ans. Special status to Delhi

Article 239AA of the Constitution of India granted Special Status to Delhi among Union Territories (UTs) in the year 1991 through 69th constitutional amendment by the Parliament.

Q. 14 Who of the following is the first woman fighter pilot in the Rafale squadron?
Ans. Lieutenant Shivangi Singh

   Varanasi's Flight Lieutenant Shivangi Singh will be the first woman fighter pilot in the Rafale squadron of the Indian Air Force (IAF). She is currently undergoing conversion training and will soon be inducted into the Golden Arrows squadron in Ambala.

Q. 15 One question from the award in Photography asked.

Q. 16 Where is the Jog falls is located?
Ans. Shimoga district of Karnataka state

    Jog is located in Sagar taluk in Shimoga district of Karnataka state, India. The famous Jog Falls is near this village.

Q. 17 What is the IUPAC name of Glycerol?
Ans. Propane-1,2,3-triol

Q. 18 Who is the Man booker prize winner in 2020?
Ans. Shuggie Bain

Q. 19 Which of the following temples is related to the Cholas?
Ans. The Brihadisvara temples of Thanjavur

Q. 20 The Kangi Wanwan folk song is related to which state?
Ans. Punjab

Q. 21 The “Lakdawala Committee” is related to –
Ans. Measurement of poverty in India

Q. 22 Which type of vegetation is found in the Ganga and the Brahmaputra Basin?
Ans. Tropical deciduous forests

Tropical deciduous forests are found in the plain region of the basin. Some main species of trees are teak, sal and peepal. Thick bamboo grows in the Brahmaputra plain.

Q. 23 Myanmar : Monarchy : : India : ?
Ans. Democracy

Q. 24 How many times Naveen Patnaik has been elected as the CM of Odisha?
Ans. Five times

Q. 25 What is the correct full form of REED?
Ans. The Rural Energy Enterprise Development.

Q. 26 What is the “Chemical name” of NaHCo3?
Ans. Sodium bicarbonate

  Sodium bicarbonate (IUPAC name: sodium hydrogen carbonate), commonly known as baking soda or bicarbonate of soda, is a chemical compound with the formula NaHCO3. ... It has a slightly salty, alkaline taste resembling that of washing soda (sodium carbonate).

Q. 27 Which of the following viceroy came to India with soldiers in 1938?
Ans. Victor Hope

Q. 28 “Mathuri” dance is performed in which state?
Ans. ANDHRA PRADESH

MATHURI (KOPPU) dance is performed by the inhabitants of the Umji and Indravelli forest areas of Utnoor Tehsil in Adilabad district of Andhra Pradesh. It is traditionally performed during Krishna Janmashtami celebrations and the themes are taken from the Mahabharata.

16 Feb 2021 RRB NTPC Evening Shift Memory Based Questions-

Q. 1 Which constitutional amendment removed the fundamental right to property?
Ans. Forty Fourth Constitutional Amendment

The Forty Fourth Constitutional Amendment, 1978, deleted Articles 19(1)(f) and 31 from Part III, the chapter on Fundamental Rights in the Constitution. Instead, it inserted Article 300A in a new chapter IV of Part XII of the Constitution, thereby depriving the ‘right to property’ of its ‘fundamental right’ status.

Q. 2 Which of the following parties was formed by Subhash Chandra Bose as a faction within the Indian National Congress
?
Ans. The All India Forward Bloc (AIFB) is a left-wing nationalist political party in India. It emerged as a faction within the Indian National Congress.

Q. 3 What is the correct full form of “VVPAT” ?
Ans. Voter verifiable paper audit trail

Voter verifiable paper audit trail (VVPAT) or verified paper record (VPR) is a method of providing feedback to voters using a ballotless voting system.

Q. 4 What color(s) are the most attractive to the human eyes?
Ans. Blue (According to given options)

Q. 5 Who was the first European to be elected as President of Indian National Congress?
Ans. George Yule

Q. 6 One question from Admin name & User id asked.

Q. 7 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. Mangoes belong to genus Mangifera which consists of about 30 species of tropical fruiting trees in the flowering plant family Anacardiaceae.

Q. 8 Which of the following products is not related to Microsoft?
Ans. Acrobat Reader (According to given options)

Q. 9 Which among the following is not a ‘Bretton Woods” institution?
Ans. WTO (according to given Options)

Q. 10 Which one of the following countries was not a member of UNO when it was formed ?
Ans. Cuba (according to given options )

Q. 11 “E- Nam portal” is related to –
Ans. Agriculture

National Agriculture Market (eNAM) is a pan-India electronic trading portal which networks the existing APMC mandis to create a unified national market for agricultural commodities.

Q. 12 Who is the head coach of Indian men’s hockey team at present?
Ans. Graham Reid

    The Sports Authority of India (SAI) gave its nod for the appointment of former Australian Graham Reid as the head coach of Indian men's hockey team.

Q. 13 Which of the following states implemented the “Boi Fuel policy”l ?
Ans. Rajasthan

Q. 14 Which party was formed by Bhagat Singh and Batukeshwarr Datta ?
Ans. Hindustan Republican Association in 1924.

Q. 15 When was the National flag hoisted in India after independence for the first time?
Ans. 16 August 1947 (according to given options)

Q. 16 Where Mount Kailash is located?
Ans. Tibet

Mount Kailash located in the Himalayan range far west of Tibet; it is the highest mountain in the western part of Gangdise Shan. Mount Kailash is not allowed for climbing summit. Kailash is a sacred mountain for four faiths like Hindus, Buddhists, Jains and Bon (Tibetan indigenous religion).

Q. 17 What is the study of Genes is called?
Ans. Genetics

Q. 18 “SGST” is related to –
Ans. State tax (State Goods and Service Tax)

Q. 19 What is the ore of Aluminium?
Ans. Bauxite

Bauxite ore is the world’s primary source of aluminum. The ore must first be chemically processed to produce alumina (aluminum oxide). Alumina is then smelted using an electrolysis process to produce pure aluminum metal. Bauxite is typically found in topsoil located in various tropical and subtropical regions.

Q. 20 Which is the largest commercial bank of India?
Ans. State Bank of India

Q. 21 Which one of the following is not related to the Monetary Policy of RBI?
Bank rate, Repo rate, CRR (Options)
Ans. Fourth option will be correct Answer

Q. 22 Which “Inland Waterway” connects Telangana to Tamilnadu?
Ans. NW – 4

Q. 23 The Sabrimala temple is located in –
Ans. Kerala

Q. 24 Where will the 2022 Winter Olympics take place?
Ans. Beijing 2022

With just one year to go to the Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022, the excitement is growing among winter sports athletes and fans from around the world. From 4–20 February 2022, the best winter athletes will gather in the Chinese capital as well as Zhangjiakou to compete for 109 gold medals.

Q. 25 Which one of the following statements is not Correctly matched regarding Nuclear Power Plant?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 26 Which one of the following dances is related to the Mughal Period?
Ans. Kathak

Kathak performances include Urdu Ghazals and commonly use instruments brought during Mughal period. Kathak is found in three distinct forms, called “gharanas”, named after the cities where the Kathak dance tradition evolved – Jaipur, Banaras and Lucknow.

RRB NTPC 15 February 2021 Morning Shift GK Asked Questions-

Q. 1 Which state of India announced India’s first coronavirus death?
Ans. Karnataka

Karnataka announces India’s first coronavirus death. A 76-year-old man who recently died tested positive for the novel coronavirus, an Indian state health minister reported Thursday, marking the country’s first fatality from the global pandemic.

Q. 2 Which one of the following statements is not correctly matched as per “UNESCO” List?
Ans. Elephanta Caves – Karnataka

Q. 3 When was World Environment Day celebrated for the first time?
Ans. 1974

First time World Environment Day was celebrated in 1974 with the slogan “Only one Earth”.

Q. 4 Which of the following initiatives has been started by the UP government to trace missing and destitute children?
Ans. Operation Muskaan

Q. 5 What is the correct full form of BHIM?
Ans. Bharat Interface for Money

BHIM is a UPI based UPI based service to enable money transfer using just a mobile number. It is an instant payments application meant for sending money as well as requesting for payments. ThinkStock Photos.

Q. 6 When did the 78th anniversary of the Quit India Movement celebrate?
Ans. 08 August 2020

Q. 7 Who of the following Prime Ministers of India has been born after Independence?
Ans. Narendra Modi (according to given options )

Q. 8 Which of the following is a Bacterial disease?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 9 Who of the following won the 65th DadaSaheb Phalke Award?
Ans. Vinod Khanna

      Amitabh Bachchan is selected for the 66th Dadasaheb Phalke Award 2018.

Q. 10 What is the correct full form of MB?
Ans. Mega Byte

Q. 11 When was “Dadabhai Naoroji” elected a member of the House of Commons?
Ans. 1892

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 and the first Asian to be a member of House of commons.

Q. 12 “YUVIKA Program” is primarily aimed at imparting basic knowledge on Space Technology, Space Science and Space Applications to the younger has been started by –
Ans. ISRO

Yuvika Program is primarily aimed at imparting basic knowledge on Space Technology, Space Science and Space Applications to the younger ones with the intent of arousing their interest in the emerging areas of Space activities.

Q. 13 Who among the following is the first Indian Paralympian to win two gold medals at the Paralympics.
Ans. Devendra Jhajharia

Devendra Jhajharia (born 10 June 1981) is an Indian Paralympic javelin thrower competing in F46 events. He is first Indian Paralympian to win two gold medals at the Paralympics.

Q. 14 One question from Cotton and Silk cloth asked.

Q. 15 When was Mohenjo Daro excavated?
Ans. 1922

Mohenjo-daro was discovered in 1922 by R. D. Banerji, an officer of the Archaeological Survey of India.

Q. 16 Which of the following is used to treat cancer?
Ans. Cobalt-60 (according to given options )

Cobalt therapy is the medical use of gamma rays from the radioisotope cobalt-60 to treat conditions such as cancer.

Q. 17 Which is the first Indian satellite built exclusively to serve the educational sector?
Ans. EDUSAT

GSAT-3, also known as EDUSAT, was a communications satellite which was launched on 20 September 2004 by the Indian Space Research Organisation. EDUSAT is the first Indian satellite built exclusively to serve the educational sector.

Q. 18 One question from 1857 revolt asked?

Q. 19 The 124th amendment of Indian Constitution is related to –
Ans. 10% reservation in government jobs and admission in educational institutions to economically backward people among upper castes.

     Parliament has passed the Constitution 124th (Amendment) Bill, 2019 with the Rajya Sabha approving it last night. The Lok Sabha has already passed it. The legislation provides for ten per cent reservation in government jobs and admission in educational institutions to economically backward people among upper castes.

Q. 20 Who was the first female justice of the Supreme Court?
Ans. Fatima Beevi

The first female justice in the court was Fatima Beevi appointed on 6 October 1989.

Q. 21 Which organ of UNO works to promote global adherence to the Smuggling of Migrants Protocol?
Ans. UNODC

UNODC works to promote global adherence to the Smuggling of Migrants Protocol, and assists governments in their efforts to effectively implement it. UNODC’s response focuses on assisting States to bring their legislation in line with the Protocol and in developing effective criminal justice responses to the crime.

Q. 22 One question from language and its state asked.

Q. 23 The outermost layer of the Earth is called –
Ans. crust

The upper part of the mantle becomes solid. The outermost layer, called the crust, is solid, too. Together, these solid parts are called the lithosphere. Earth’s crust is made up of hard rocks.

Q. 24 Which of the following diseases occurs due to lack of Vitamin B9?
Ans. Megaloblastic anemia

Q. 25 The outer atmosphere of the Sun is called –
Ans. Corona

The corona is the outer atmosphere of the Sun. It extends many thousands of kilometers (miles) above the visible “surface” of the Sun, gradually transforming into the solar wind that flows outward through our solar system. The material in the corona is an extremely hot but very tenuous plasma.

Q. 26 What is the symbol of RBI?
Ans. A lion and a palm tree.

The RBI Act of 1934 established it as the banker for the central government. The official emblem of the apex bank – a palm tree and a tiger – is in many ways a vestige of this colonial past and is derived from the East India Company’s original seal and mohur that showed a lion and a palm tree.

Q. 27 Which part of the brain controls Respiratory system?
Ans. Medulla Oblongata

Medulla – The primary role of the medulla is regulating our involuntary life sustaining functions such as breathing, swallowing and heart rate. As part of the brain stem, it also helps transfer neural messages to and from the brain and spinal cord.

Q.28 Which soil is largely found in India?
Ans. Alluvial Soils

Alluvial Soils: Alluvial soils are by far the largest and the most important soil group of India. Covering about 15 lakh sq km or about 45.6 per cent of the total land area of the country, these soils contribute the largest share of our agricultural wealth and support the bulk of India’s population.

RRB NTPC 15-02-2021 Evening Shift Questions Phase-IV

Q. 1 Who was the longest serving chief minister of any state in India?
Ans. Pawan Kumar Chamling, Chief Minister (Sikkim)

Q. 2 Who is the writer of the “Ratnavali”?
Ans. Sri Harsha
Ratnavali is a famous Sanskrit drama composed in four Acts by Sri Harsha.

Q. 3 Which state will host the “khelo India Youth Games 2021”?
Ans. Haryana

Haryana will host the fourth edition of the Khelo India Youth Games after the 2021 Tokyo Olympics, the state’s chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar and union sports minister Kiren Rijiju announced on Saturday. The Games will be held in Panchkula.

Q. 4 The headquarters of UNEP is located in –
Ans. Nairobi, Kenya

UNEP was established by General Assembly Resolution 2997. Headquarters were established in Nairobi, Kenya.

Q. 5 Which one of the following statements is not correct regarding the appointment of governor?
Ans. According to given options

Q. 6 Which of the following passes connects Tibet with Uttarakhand?
Ans. Mana Pass
It is located in the Greater Himalayas and connects Tibet with Uttarakhand.

Q. 7 Which one of the following is a source of “Renewable energy”?
Ans. Sun light energy

Q. 8 Which of the following rivers flows into the Arabian Sea?
Ans. Luni ( according to given options )

Q. 9 In which language “Kitab -al- hind” was Written by Al Biruni?
Ans. Arabic

Kitab -al- hind was Written by Al Biruni in Arabic, but he consulted Sanskrit scholars to prepare this account.

Q. 10 Which one of the following missiles is an air to air missile?
Ans. Astra

   Astra is an all weather beyond-visual-range air-to-air missile developed by the DRDO, India.

Q. 11 Which anniversary of Gandhiji was celebrated in 2019?
Ans. 150th anniversary

Q. 12 Which one of the following statements is correct?
Ans. Lactose converted into Glucose (according to given options)

Q. 13 In which type of object, light is allowed to pass?
Ans. Transparent

       Transparency is the physical property of allowing light to pass through the material without appreciable scattering of light.

Q. 14 Gandhi nagar : Gujarat :: Shilong : ?
Ans. Meghalaya

Q. 15 ………… is a computer software that translates (compiles) source code written in a high-level language (e.g., C++) into a set of machine-language.
Ans. Compiler

Compiler, Computer software that translates (compiles) source code written in a high-level language (e.g., C++) into a set of machine-language instructions that can be understood by a digital computer’s CPU. Compilers are very large programs, with error-checking and other abilities.

Q. 16 One question from Newton’s second law of motion asked.
Ans. Newton’s second law states that the acceleration of an object is directly related to the net force and inversely related to its mass. Acceleration of an object depends on two things, force and mass.

Q. 17 Which of the following countries have played the maximum FIFA world cup?
Ans. Brazil

Q. 18 When was the “Stand Up India” scheme started?
Ans. 2016

Q. 19 When was the ‘Gandhi Peace Prize” started?
Ans. 1995

   The annual award was instituted by the Government of India in 1995 during the commemoration of the 125th Birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi for those involved in social, economic and political transformation through non-violence.

Q. 20 Which constitutional amendment is related to the land boundary agreement between India and Bangladesh
Ans. 100th constitutional amendment (on 07th May 2015)

Q. 21 What is the unit of measuring the speed of the processor?
Ans. Megahertz (MHz) or Gigahertz (GHz). According to given options

The unit of measurement called a hertz (Hz), which is technically one cycle per second, is used to measure clock speed. In the case of computer clock speed, one hertz equals one tick per second. The clock speed of computers is usually measured in megahertz (MHz) or gigahertz (GHz).

Q. 22 One question from Census 2011 asked.

Q. 23 What is the correct full form of ‘PARIVESH” Portal?
Ans. Pro Active and Responsive facilitation by Interactive and Virtuous Environmental Singlewindow Hub

Q. 24 “Garba Dance” is performed in which state?
Ans. Gujarat, India

Garba, also spelled garaba, singular garbo, type of Indian dance commonly performed at festivals and on other special occasions in the state of Gujarat, India

Q. 25 What is the correct full form of GAGAN?
Ans. GPS Aided GEO Augmented Navigation.

   GAGAN is the acronym for GPS Aided GEO Augmented Navigation. The GAGAN uses a system of ground stations to provide necessary augmentations to the GPS standard positioning service(SPS) navigation signal.

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