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Thursday, September 29, 2011

INDIAN ARMY(G.D.) MODEL QUESTION PAPER


INDIAN ARMY
(GENERAL DUTY)
MODEL SET 1

                          SECTION- ONE (GENERAL KNOWLEDGE)              40                                      

1.       What is the currency of Nepal?
(a) Pound   (b) Dollar (c) Taka  (d) Rupee

2.     What is the capital of U.K.?
(a)              London (b) Washington, D.C.  (c) Moscow  (d) New York

3.     Which of the following planets has maximum number of moons?
(a)              Venus  (b) Saturn  (c)  Jupiter  (d)  Mars

4.     Avinab Bindra is associated with –
(a)    Hockey (b) Cricket  (c)  Chess  (d)  Shooting

5.     Who was Raj Kapoor?
(a)              Film-actor  (b) Singer  (c) Social worker  (d) None of these

6.     Which is the smallest continent in the world?
(a) Asia (b) Australia (c) Europe (d) None

7.     Who wrote ‘Godan’?
(a)              Munsi Premchand  (b) Kabir  (c) Tulsidas  (d) Rabindranath Tagore

8.     Which place is associated with Goutam Buddha?
(a)              Saranath  (b) Lumbini  (c) Benares  (d) Dehradun

9.     In which year did the Second World War start ?
(a)              1914  (b) 1918  (c) 1939  (d) 1945

10.  Which is the smallest planet in our solar system ?
(a)              Venus  (b) Jupiter  (c) Pluto  (d) Mercury

11.   Who is the Chief Minister of Bihar ?
(a)              Rabri Devi  (b) Nitish kumar (c) Laloo Prasad (d) Mayawati

12.  Which country is the largest producer of wheat ?
(a)              U.S.A.  (b) China  (c) India  (d) Russia


13.  How many countries are members of UN Security Council ?
(a)              15  (b) 10  (c) 5  (d) 20

14.  What is the full form of IST ?
(a)              International Standard Time  (b) Indian School for Technicians  (c) Indian Standard Time  (d) International Statistical Traders

15.  Who is Medha Patkar?
(a)              Actress  (b) Social activist  (c) Athlete  (d) Politician

16.  Who was the first woman Chief Minister of a state?
(a)              Sucheta Kripalini  (b) Mayawati  (c) Jaylalita  (d) Sarojini Naidu

17.  Napoleon belonged to which country?
(a)              Russia  (b) China  (c) France  (d) Germany

18.  The French Revolution took place in which year?
(a)              1789  (b) 1757  (c) 1857  (d) 1917

19.  Who was the first woman president of I.N.C.?
(a)              Annie Besant  (b) Indira Gandhi  (c) Vijaya Laxmi Pandit  (d) Kiran Bedi

20. Where is Taj Mahal located?
(a)              Agra  (b) New Delhi  (c) Amritsar  (d) Jodhpur

21.  Who is known as the Father of Indian Nation?
(a)              Subhash Chandra Bose  (b) Jawaharlal Nehru  (c) Mahatma Gandhi  (d) B.R. Ambedkar

22. Who was the first Indian to win Nobel Prize?
(a)              C.V. Raman  (b) Mother Teresa  (c) Rabindranath Tagore  (d) Amartya Sen

23. Which is the capital of Tripura ?
(a)              Imphal  (b) Itanagar  (c) Agartala  (d) Kohima

24. Wimbledon Trophy is associated with which game ?
(a)              Cricket  (b) Football  (c) Lawn Tennis  (d) Polo

25. Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated in which year ?
(a)              1948  (b) 1947  (c) 1942  (d) 1945

26. Paris is in which country ?
(a)              England  (b) France  (c) Italy  (d) Germany

27. In which state is Tirupati Temple located?
(a)              Andhra Pradesh  (b) Karnataka  (c) Tamil Nadu  (d) Kerala

28. The term ‘sudden death’ is associated with which game?
(a)              Football  (b) Cricket  (c) Hockey  (d) Kabadi

29. Which is the capital of Andhra Pradesh?
(a)              Secunderabad  (b) Hyderabad  (c) Bangalore  (d) Chennai

30. Sundarlal Bahugana is associated with which movement?
(a)              Narmada Movement  (b) Quit India Movement  (c) Chipko Movement  (d) All of these

31.  Percentage of oxygen in atmosphere is –
(a)              20.60%  (b) 0.03%  (c) 77.16%  (d) 23%

32. Charlie Chaplin was associated with
(a) Film  (b) Literature   (c) Dance  (d) Politics

33. Red Cross was founded by –
(a)              Henry Dunant  (b) Louis Pastur  (c) Edward Jenner  (d) Ronald Ross

34. Hirakund Dam is situated in which state?
(a)              Andhra Pradesh  (b) Orissa  (c) Punjab  (d) Maharashtra

35. World Environment Day is observed on which day?

(a)              5th April  (b) 14th Nov  (c) 5th June  (d) 5th July

36. Which is the currency of U.K.?
(a)              Dollar  (b) Pound  (c) Lira  (d) Dinar

37. Who was the founder of Jainism?
(a)              Goutam Buddha  (b) Mahavir  (c) Jesus Christ  (d) Guru Govind Singh

38. Where is the Char Minar located?
(a)              Hyderabad  (b) Secunderabad  (c) New Delhi  (d) Agra

39. Karl Marx belonged to which country?
(a)              China  (b) Germany  (c) Russia  (d) Japan


40. ‘Vandemataram’ was composed by –
(a)              Rabindranath Tagore  (b) Md. Iqbal  (c) Bankimchandra Chatterjee  (d) Ved Vyas



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