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QUIZ - General Knowledge on 5 different categories

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QUIZ - General Knowledge on 5 different categories

  1. 1. QUIZ COMPITITION – BY SRIRAM P.V.
  2. 2. Category 1 “C” 10 10 10 10 20 Category 2 “Science and Technology” 10 10 10 10 20 Category 3 “Sports” 10 10 10 10 20 Category 4 “Bio” 10 10 10 10 20 Category 5 “Politics” 10 10 10 10 20
  3. 3. Category 1-”C”- questions follow
  4. 4. Question Your C program fails to compile and has these of errors. What types of errors are present 1) Syntactical error 2) Runtime error 3) Logical error 4) Undetected error
  5. 5. Answer 1) Syntactical error
  6. 6. Question The keyword used to transfer a control from function back o to calling function 1) Back 2) Goto 3) Return 4) Continue
  7. 7. Answer 3) return
  8. 8. Question What is the output? void main() { int count=10, *temp,sum=0; temp=&count; *temp=20, temp=&sum, *temp=count; printf(“%d,%d,”%d”,count,*temp,sum);} 1) 10 garbage value 0 2) 10 0 0 3) 10 20 0 4) 20 20 20
  9. 9. Answer 4) 20 20 20
  10. 10. Question Which of the following operations gets evaluated first? 1) * multiplication 2) 0 parentheses 3) / division 4) + addition
  11. 11. Answer 2) 0 parantheses
  12. 12. Question If your program gets an error when dividing by error, this type of error is called?
  13. 13. Answer RUN TIME ERROR
  14. 14. Category 2 –” Science and Technology- ” questions follow
  15. 15. Question Lasers work by focusing sound waves. Is this statement... 1) True 2) False
  16. 16. Answer False
  17. 17. Question Which one of the following types of solar radiation does sunscreen protect the skin from? 1) UV Rays 2) Infrared rays 3) Both
  18. 18. Answer U V RAYS
  19. 19. Question Which gas makes up most of the Earth’s atmosphere? 1) Carbon dioxide 2) Nitrogen 3) Hydrogen 4) Oxygen
  20. 20. Answer Nitrogen
  21. 21. Question Electrons are smaller than atoms 1) True 2) False
  22. 22. Answer True
  23. 23. Question Full form of any of these 2 1) COMPUTER 2) GOOGLE 3) YAHOO
  24. 24. Answer 1) COMMONLY OPERATED/ORIENTED MACHINE USED FOR TRADE EDUCATION RESEARCH 2) Global Organization Of Oriented Group Language Of Earth 3) Yet Another Hierarchical Officious Oracle
  25. 25. Category 3-”Sports” questions follow
  26. 26. Question Who is the first Indian woman to win an Asian Games gold in 400m run? 1) M.L.Valsamma 2) P.T.Usha 3) Kamaljit Sandhu 4) K.Malleshwari
  27. 27. Answer Kamaljit Sandhu Kamaljeet Sandhu is a former woman Indian athlete who won gold medal at 1970 Asian Games in 400 m race.She ran the distance in 57.3 seconds. She was the first Indian woman to win gold medal at any Asian games.
  28. 28. Question Where did India play its 1st one day international cricket match? 1) Lords 2) Headingley 3) Taunton 4) The oval
  29. 29. Answer Answer: Option B - Headingley Explanation: India lost the match by four wickets on 13-07-1974. Brijesh Patel (82) was the top scorer.
  30. 30. Question Name the Indian Chess player who has broken the World Record by finishing the game in first twelve moves? 1) Vishwanathan Anand 2) Champa Bose 3) Sakunthala Devi 4) Praveen Thipsey
  31. 31. Answer 1) Vishwanathan Anand
  32. 32. Question India first won the Olympic Hockey gold at 1) London 2) Rome 3) Berlin 4) Amsterdam
  33. 33. Answer Amsterdam
  34. 34. Question What is national game of INDIA? 1) Corruption 2) Hockey 3) Cricket 4) None of these
  35. 35. Answer A recent RTI has revealed that India has no national game. Earlier, field hockey (a sport India won eight Olympic gold medals) enjoyed the special status. But, how can we, a country of more than a billion people, stay without a national game.
  36. 36. Answer Hockey lovers in the country are in for a rude shock as a reply to a RTI query has disclosed that India has no national game, contrary to popular perception. The query was filed by a class-VII student, Aishwarya Parashar. An earlier query by the girl had revealed that the government does not have any specific document to prove whether Mahatma Gandhi was conferred the “Father of the nation” title. Aishwarya had sought information on a government order pertaining to India’s national game. She had filed a RTI query with the information officer at the Prime Minister’s Office in May this year. She had also requested information on India’s national bird, national anthem, national symbol, national flower and national animal. While she received information about the national anthem and national symbol, rest of the queries were referred to the ministries concerned. The Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, in its reply a few days back, said the ministry has not declared any sport the national game. The information was sent to Aishwarya by the additional secretary in the Sports Ministry, Shiv Pratap Singh. She is yet to get the replies to other queries. “It is a bitter truth that the country has no national game,” she told Deccan Herald here.
  37. 37. Category 4-”BIO” questions follow
  38. 38. Question An adult human body has over ___ bones. 1) 108 2) 146 3) 209 4) 206
  39. 39. Answer 206
  40. 40. Question The average person tends to blink eyes between 1) 1 and 10 times per minute. 2) 30 and 45 times per minute. 3) 10 and 30 times per minute.
  41. 41. Answer 10 and 30 times per minute.
  42. 42. Question How many times do our heart beats in a day? 1) Average of 50,000 times 2) Average of 1,00,000 3) Average of 1,75,000 4) Average of 2,00,000
  43. 43. Answer Average of 1,00,000
  44. 44. Question How many liters of blood in a average human body 1) Approximately 4.7 to 5.5 liters 2) Approximately 3 to 4 liters 3) Approximately 6.2 to 7.5 liters 4) Approximately 5.6 to 6.5 liters
  45. 45. Answer 1) Approximately 4.7 to 5.5 liters
  46. 46. Question Who can be a donor or recipient of blood? Choose one option from each part? O-O, A,B,AB O-A,B,O O-B,AB,A O-AB,O A-AB,A,O A-A,AB A-AB,B,O A-B,AB,O B-B,O B-AB,B,A B-B,AB B-A, AB,A,O AB-A, AB,O AB-A, B,AB AB-A,O,B AB-AB
  47. 47. Answer Who can be a donor or recipient of blood? Choose one option from each part? O-O,A,B,AB O-A,B,O O-B,AB,A O-AB,O A-AB,A,O A-A,AB A-AB,B,O A-B,AB,O B-B,O B-AB,B,A B-B,AB B-A,AB,A,O AB-A,AB,O AB-A,B,AB AB-A,O,B AB-,AB
  48. 48. Category 5-”Politics” questions follow
  49. 49. Question Which country is the source for the parliamentary system? A. Germany B. Russia C. England D. U.S.A.
  50. 50. Answer England
  51. 51. Question The chairman of the Constituent Assembly was A. Patel B. Ambedkar C. Rajendra Prasad D. Alladi Krishnaswami
  52. 52. Answer Rajendra Prasad
  53. 53. Answer The position of a chief minister is 1) similar to that of the prime minister 2) identical to that of the president 3) a combination of the position of the prime minister and president 4) not constitutional
  54. 54. Question 1) similar to that of the prime minister
  55. 55. Question The words "Satyameva Jayathe", inscribed on the National Emblem,are taken from (A)Jataka (B) Mundaka Upanishad (C) Mahabharatha (D) Puranas
  56. 56. Answer (A)Answer: Mundaka Upanishad
  57. 57. Question Who have the power to decide an election petition? a) Parliament. b) Supreme Court. c) High Courts. d) Election Commission.
  58. 58. Answer ANSWER : High Courts

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