General Awareness MCQ Question and Answers for SSC

General Awareness MCQ Question and Answers for SSC

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Some Important General Awareness MCQ Question and Answers

1. Which of the following is a food crop ?
(A) Maize (B) Cotton (C) Palm (D) Jute (E) Jatropha
Answer: Maize

2. Vedanta Alumina is a company operating in the area of–
(A) Shipping (B) Mining (C) Cement (D) Textiles (E) Banking
Answer: Mining

3. Names of which of the following rates/ratios cannot be seen in financial newspapers ?
(A) Bank Rate (B) Repo Rate (C) Cash Reserve Ratio (D) Pulse Rate (E) Statutory Liquidity Ratio
Answer: Pulse Rate

4. Which of the following terms is used in banking and finance ?
(A) Abiotic (B) Demand Deposit (C) Fast scales (D) A diabetic (E) Cathode
Answer: Demand Deposit

5. Which of the following is the name of a private sector Bank in India?
(A) IDBI Bank (B) Axis Bank (C) Corporation Bank (D) UCO Bank (E) All are Private Banks
Answer: Axis Bank

6. ‘Ayodhya’ which was in news recently is a place in–
(A) Madhya Pradesh (B) Bihar (C) Rajasthan (D) Jharkhand (E) Uttar Pradesh
Answer: Uttar Pradesh

7. The judges of the Supreme Court of India now retire at the age of–
(A) 58 years (B) 60 years (C) 62 years (D) 65 years (E) 68 years
Answer: 65 years

Which of the following is Greenhouse gas?

  1. Carbon Monoxide
  2. Carbon Dioxide
  3. Sulphur dioxide
  4. Oxygen

Ans: (2)


Tuberculosis is caused due to

  1. Bacteria
  2. Virus
  3. Fungus
  4. None of the above

Ans: (1)


The foundation day of United Nations is celebrated on

  1. 22 October, 1944
  2. 24 October, 1944
  3. 22 October, 1945
  4. 24 October, 1945

Ans: (4)


United Nations Headquarter is situated at

  1. Geneva
  2. Washington D.C.
  3. New York
  4. Paris

Ans: (3)


AIDS is caused due to

  1. Bacteria
  2. Virus
  3. Fungus
  4. None of the above

Ans: (2)


An iron ball and a cotton ball of same mass are thrown from a height ‘h’ in air. Then

(a) The cotton ball will reach the ground first

(b) the cotton ball will reach the ground first

(c) both balls reach the ground at the same time

(d) none of these



Acceleration due to gravity

(a) same at all places

(b) more at the equator of the earth than at the poles

(c) decreasing with altitude

(d) All are correct



A man moving in an accelerated train on horizontal tracks feels that his weight has/is

(a) decreased

(b) increased

(c) zero

(d) same



The numbers of independent equations available from static equations of equilibrium for plane problems are

(a) 3

(b) 6

(c) 12

(d) 9



According to the law of equilibrium, two forces are said to be in equilibrium only if they are

(a) equal in magnitude and opposite in direction

(b) opposite in direction

(c) collinear in action

(d) both (a) and (b)



A block slides down a smooth inclined plane at 30° in time from the top. If an identical block is released from the same point, falling freely to the ground, then it will reach in time

(a) t/2

(b) t/3

(c) t/4

(d) t



A zero torque acting on a system results in conservation of

(a) angular momentum

(b) linear momentum

(c) angular velocity

(d) energy



A railway train of 200m long passes over a 600m long bridge. If the train is moving at 10m/s, the time taken to cross the bridge

(a) 60s

(b) 90s

(c) 80s

(d) 100s



Two bodies of masses m1 and m2 are dropped from the same height. The ratio of their momentum at the ground is

(a) m1/m2

(b) m2/m1

(c) (m1/m2)^1/2

(d) (m2/m1)^1/2



A body of weight W is placed on an inclined plane. The angle made by the inclined plane with horizontal, when the body is on the point of moving down is called

(a) angle of inclination

(b) angle of repose

(c) angle of friction

(d) angle of limiting friction



The statement – “If three forces acting at a point can be represented in magnitude and directions by the sides of a triangle taken in order, the forces are in equilibrium” – is known as

(a) Lami’s theorem

(b) Law of Polygon of forces

(c) Law of triangle of forces

(d) Newton’s law of forces



If a body is moving in a straight line, the motion of the body is called

(a) rectilinear

(b) rotational

(c) curvilinear

(d) helical



Free body diagram of a body in a force system is

(a) completely isolated from the system

(b) incompletely isolated from the system

(c) completely attached to the system

(d) incompletely attached to the system


IMF stands for

  1. Internal monetary fund
  2. International money fund
  3. International monetary fund
  4. Internal money fund

Ans: (3)


Who is called the father of the computer?

  1. Charles Babbage
  2. Steve Jobs
  3. Bill Gates
  4. Mark Zuckerberg

Ans: (1)


In computers, CPU stands for

  1. Central Public Unit
  2. Central Processing Unit
  3. Central Programming Unit
  4. Central Processing Utility

Ans: (2)


Which of the following is known as “Gift of Nile”?

  1. Ethiopia
  2. Egypt
  3. Sudan
  4. South Sudan

Ans: (2)


‘White Hall’ is located in

  1. Paris
  2. Sydney
  3. London
  4. New York

Ans: (3)

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