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Quiz On Indian History- December 3, 2020

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Quiz On Indian History questions have been collected from the ancient, medieval and modern history.

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Quiz On Indian History plays a key role for various competitive exams like IAS, State Public Service Commission, SSC and other similar competitive exams.

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1- Name the only city from indus valley civilization that didn’t have a citadel?

2- Name the texts of Kalidasa, where Sati system has been mentioned?

3- What is Kumarasaṃbhavam?

4- What is advocated by the doctrine of Advaita?

5- By whom the doctrine of Advaita was propounded?

6- By whom the ‘Saptanga Theory of State’ (Theory of Seven Limbs of the State) was propounded?

7- What according to Kautilya in Arthashastra are the seven limbs of a state?

Kautilya

8- Name the place where prophet Mohammed was buried?

9- Name the place that was a mint centre of the Yaudheyas.

10- Who was the principal deity of the Yaudheyas?

11- The Somapuri University was founded by which Pala ruler?

12- Where the Somapuri University is situated?

13- Name the Gupta ruler who set up the University of Nalanda.

14- Where the University of Nalanda was established?

15- Name the place, where Mahavira attained Niravana.

16-At what age Tirthankar Mahavira passed away?

Tirthankar Mahavira

17- By whom Pushyabhuti Dynasty was founded?

18- Name the inscriptions that mentions the name of Kalidasa.

19- Who was the sister of Harshavardhan?

20- Name the brother-in-law of Harshavardhan.

ANSWERS-

1-Chanhudaro.

2-Kumārasambhava.

3-It is a poem by Kālidasa.

4- God is Unique

5-Adi Shankaracharya.

6-Kautilya in Arthashastra.

7-The seven limbs of a state are King, Amatya (Bureaucrats), Durga (Fort), Janapada (territory), Kosa (Treasure), Mitra (ally), Danda (coercive authority).

8- Mecca The Green Dome, Medina, Saudi Arabia.

9- Rohtak.

10-Karttikeya.

11-Dharmapala.

12-North Bengal

13- Kumargupta I.

14- The Nalanda University was established at Badagoan, Bihar in the 5th century.

15- Pavapur, Bihar.

16- At the age of 72 in 468 BC.

17- Pushyabhuti

18-Aihole inscription.

19-Rajyasri.

20-Grahavarmana. He was the king of Kanauj.

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Quiz About India- November 27, 2020

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Quiz About India- November 27, 2020

 

Quiz About India is a section where one could get all the important aspects of India.

 

Quiz About India presents the valuable informations which will be useful for the students competing for the various examinations.

 

1-India’s official name in Hindi and English are respectively?

2-The Length of India’s Coastline is?

3- Indian coastline touches how many states and union territories?

4- Name the important coasts of India?

5- What is the name of the Indian President?

6- Name the 29th state of India and when it was officially formed?

7- Name the Union Territories of India?

8- When Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu established as union territory?

9- When Andhra Pradesh got statehood?

10- Which is the most populated and largest city of Andhra Pradesh?

11- What is the position of India in the world in terms of area?

12-India has two major groups of islands; What are they?

13- Name the largest state in India and what is its area?

14- Name the border states of Rajasthan?

15- Name the mountains that are home to the people of Kashmir, Uttaranchal, Himachal Pradesh, Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh

16- Name the major religions of India?

17- What is the National Emblem of India?

18- What is the National Song of India?

19- What is the National Anthem of India?

20- Who is the Prime Minister of India?

 

ANSWERS:-

 

1- India’s official name in Hindi is ‘Bharat’ and in English it is ‘Republic of India’.

2- India’s coastline is 7600 km.

3- Indian coastline touches nine states. They are Gujarat, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Goa, Karnataka, Kerala, Odisha, West Bengal. Two union territories are Daman and Diu and Puducherry.

4- Coastline of India/Coastal Plains of India are- Kutch and Kathiawar region, Gujarat Plain, Konkan Plain, Kerala Plain and Karnataka Coastal Plain.

5- Ram Nath Kovind. He is the 14th and current President of India.

 

* He won the 2017 presidential election. He was the 26th Governor of Bihar from 2015 to 2017.

6- It is Telangana state. It was officially formed on 2nd June 2014.

7- Union Territories of India are Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Chandigarh, National Capital Territory of Delhi, Jammu and Kashmir, Lakshadweep, Ladakh and Puducherry, Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu.

8-Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu was established on 26 January 2020.

9- 1 November 1956.

10- Visakhapatnam is the most populated and largest city of Andhra Pradesh.

11- India is the seventh largest country in the world in terms of area.

12- They are Andaman and Nicobar Islands (Bay of Bengal), and the Lakshadweep Islands (in the Arabian Sea).

13- It is Rajasthan. It covers an area of 3,42,239 sq. km.

14- The border states of Rajasthan are Punjab, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat and the Pakistani provinces of Punjab and Sindh.

15- The Himalayas

16- The major religions of India are Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, Sikhism, Buddhism, Jainism, Judaism, Zoroastrianism.

17- The national emblem of India is an adaptation of the Lion Capital of Emperor Ashoka at Sarnath.

18- The National Song of India is Vande Mataram.

19- The National Anthem of India is Jana Gana Mana.

20- The Prime Minister of India is Narendra Damodardas Modi. He is the 14th and current Prime Minister of India since 2014.

* Narendra Modi served the Chief Minister of Gujarat from 2001 to 2014.

* Modi is the Member of Parliament for Varanasi.

 

 

 

 

 

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Current Affairs related to sports- November 26, 2020

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1-The second stage of the regular 2020-21 season of Chinese Basketball Association (CBA) League will be held from December 2, 2020 to February 4, 2021 in Zhuji City, Zhejiang Province. There will be a total of 26 rounds.

2- After December 2, a maximum of 4,000 fans will be allowed at outdoor events in England stadiums.

* UK Prime Minister is Boris Johnson.

3-TNSCA- Tamil Nadu State Chess Asssociation

4-Daniil Medvedev of Russia won the ATP Finals, the biggest title of his career.

5-Pakistan batsman Fakhar Zaman has been ruled out of the New Zealand tour due to fever.

6-Wrestling legend The Undertaker says final farewell to WWE Universe.

https://www.catchynewsworld.com/the-undertaker-bids-goodbye-to-wwe-universe/

7-AIFF- The All India Football Federation

8-IPSO- International Professional Scouting Organisation

9-Former India cricketer Suresh Raina to adopt 34 schools to ensure health & hygiene for over 10K kids.

Suresh Raina

10- Mumbai City FC has appointed sports & active nutrition brand Fast & Up as their official sports nutrition partner.

11-ISL- Indian Super League

12-India’s star athlete Ritu Phogat to help build Mixed Martial Arts(MMA) in India.

13- India fast bowler Mohammed Siraj wants to fulfill his late father’s wish to represent Team India and to perform well in the series against Australia.

14-Australia batsman David Warner said Kohli & Rahane are like chalk and cheese.

David Warner

15- Coimbatore’s Suriya Varatan and Bangalore duo Ruhaan Alva and Ishaan Madesh won National Karting Championship titles

16-Mohun Bagan-Calcutta Customs Club encounter of the first Bengal T20 Challenge at Eden Gardens after 8 months due to Covid-induced lockdown.

Eden Gardens

17-India’s Prajnesh Gunneswaran finished runner-up at the Orlando Open tennis. He lost to American Brandon Nakashima.

18-The President of the Confederation of African Football Ahmad Ahmad, has been banned for five years by FIFA.

Ahmad Ahmad

19-Former India batsman Gautam Gambhir said Virat Kohli not a bad captain, but Rohit is better.

20-The second stage of the regular 2020-21 season of the Chinese Basketball Association (CBA) League will be held from December 2 this year to February 4, 2021 in Zhuji City, Zhejiang Province.

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Indian History MCQ- Multiple Choice Questions For Various Competitive Exams

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Indian History MCQ

Indian History MCQ comprises of multiple questions and answers types.

These questions have been collected from the ancient, medieval and modern history.

Students trying to appear in many exams can check their knowledge while going thorough the multiple choice questions.

Indian History plays a key role for various competitive exams like IAS, State Public Service Commission, SSC and other similar competitive exams.

Herewith presenting a various set of Indian History Questions answers in the form of mcqs(Multiple Choice Questions)

1- Who was the first governor general of India?

a) Sir Charles Metcalfe.

b) Lord Amherst.

c) Lord William Bentinck.

d) Robert Clive.

2- When Goa was captured by Portuguese?

a) 1510 AD.

b) 1600 AD.

c) 1575 AD.

d) 1478 AD.

3- In which place British opened their first factories in Eastern part of India?

a) Odisha.

b) Bihar.

c) Assam.

d) Manipur.

4- Who was the first governor general of Bengal?

a) Warren Hastings.

b) Wellesley.

c) Robert Clive.

d) Lord William Bentinck.

5- Who declared Sati as illegal and punishable?

a) Lord Dalhousie.

b) Lord Canning.

c) Lord Ripon.

d) Lord William Bentinck.

6- Which among the following is the first English Newspaper in India?

a) The Calcutta Gazette.

b) The Bengal Journal.

c) The Bombay Herald.

d) The Bengal Gazette.

7- Who among the following first translated Bhagvad Gita to English?

a) Alexander Cunningham.

b) Charles Wilkins.

c) John Marshall.

d) William Johns.

8- Who among the following introduced English as an official language?

a) Lord William Bentinck.

b) Lord Canning.

c) Lord Ripon.

d) Sir Charles Wood.

9- Name the first Indian leader who underwent imprisonment?

a) Bipin Chandra Pal.

b) Dadabhai Naoroji

c) C Vijaraghavachari.

d) Bal Gangadhar Tilak.

10- National demand – Swaraj was first spread by whom?

a) Mahatma Gandhi

b) Annie Besant

c) Subhas Chandra Bose

d) Dadabhai Naoroji.

Indian History MCQ

11- Which was the first movement against the British in India?

a) Quit India movement

b) Khilafat Movement

c) Swadeshi Movement

d) Non-Cooperative movement

12-The song Vande Mataram was first sung at the 12th session of the Indian National Congress. Who was the president of Indian National Congress then?

a) Rahimtulla M Sayani

b) Pandit Bishan Narayan Dar.

c) Rahsbehari Ghosh.

d) Badruddin Tyabji.

13- Who returned the Knighthood to protest against the atrocities of the Jaliwanwala Bagh Massacre?

a) Jawaharlal Nehru.

b) Bipin Chandra Pal.

c) Rabindranath Tagore.

d) Arabinda Ghosh.

14- Who founded the first women university in India?

a) D.K Karve.

b) Sucheta Kripalini.

c) J.P Kripalini

d) Sarojini Naidu.

15- Who wrote the book ‘poverty and un-British rule in India’?

a) D.R. Gadgil.

b) R.C. Dutta.

c) P.C. Mahalnobis.

d) Dadabhai Naoroji.

Indian History MCQ

16- In which place Moplah revolt took place?

a) Uttar Pradesh.

b) Bihar.

c) Bengal.

d) Kerala.

17- Who wrote the book ‘Tuzuk-i- jahangiri’?

a) Mulla Daud

b) Akbar.

c) Sharjahan.

d) Jahangir.

18- By whom the organization ‘servants of Indian society’ was founded?

a) Dayanand Saraswathi.

b) Gopal Krishna Gokhle.

c) Mahatma Gandhi.

d) Dr. B.R. Ambedkar.

19- The name of capital of Anga (a mahajapada) was?

a) Kaushambi.

b) Viratnagar.

c) Varanasi.

d) Champa.

20- The Ryotwari System in India was introduced by whom?

a) John shore.

b) )Lord Cornwallis.

c) Munro and Charles Reed.

d) Lord Hastings.

21- The Rigvedic name of river Ravi is?

a) Vipas.

b) Vitasta.

c) Kubha.

d) Parushni.

22- Who among the following is known as ‘beacon of light of Asia’?

a) Mahatma Gandhi.

b) Abdul Gaffer khan.

c) Subhash Chandra Bose.

d) Gautam Buddha.

23- By whom the Indian Independence League was set up?

a) Rasbihari Bose.

b) S.M Yoshi.

c) Jawaharlal Nehru.

d) Subhas Chandra Bose.

24- Who presided the Lahore Session of Indian National Congress in 1909?

a) Madan Mohan Malaviya

b) Rashbihari Ghosh.

c) Dadabhai Naoroji.

d) Bishan Narayan Dar.

25- Under whose presidency, the first session of the Indian National Congress was held?

a) JB Kriplani.

b) WC Bannerjee.

c) Badruddin Tyabji.

d) AO Hume.

Indian History MCQ

History plays a key role for various competitive exams

ANSWERS:-

1- Lord William Bentinck.

2- 1510 AD.

3- Odisha.

4- Warren Hastings.

5- Lord William Bentinck.

6- The Bengal Gazette.

7- Charles Wilkins.

8- Sir Charles Wood.

9- C Vijaraghavachari.

10- Dadabhai Naoroji.

11- Swadeshi Movement.

12- Rahimtulla M Sayani.

13- Rabindranath Tagore.

14- D.K Karve.

15- Dadabhai Naoroji.

16- Kerala.

17- Jahangir.

18- Gopal Krishna Gokhle.

19- Champa.

20- Munro and Charles Reed.

21- Parushni.

22- Subhash Chandra Bose.

23- Rasbihari Bose.

24- Madan Mohan Malaviya.

25- WC Bannerjee.

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Quiz On Sports

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Quiz On Sports is very much conducted in many schools, colleges and various other competitive events.

Quiz On Sports decides the intelligence level of a student or any person taking up the questions in various levels.

1- Ryder cup is related to which sports?

2- Ezra Cup is related to which sports?

3- Sandy storm is the autobiography of which veteran cricketer?

4- WISPA relates to which sports?

5- The terms Volley, Smash, Service relates to which sports?

6- In Kho-Kho, the players occupying the squares known as what?

7-Durand Cup is associated with which game?

8-Tubby, Stodg, and Helium Bat are the nicknames of which former Australian captain?

9- Name the 1st non-Test-playing country which defeated India in an international match?

10- How many gold medals were won by Track and field star Carl Lewis at the 1984 Olympic games?

Quiz On Sports

11- Who is the first batsman to hit six sixes in an over in Cricket?

12- Merdeka Cup is associated with which game?

13- Name the first woman from India to win an Asian Games gold in 400m run.

14- Name the most prominent football team of India, based in the Dempo Sports Club.

15- Name the two counties that Kapil Dev played for them.

16- Ravi Shastri once hit which spinner for six sixes in an over in a First-Class match?

17- Name the Ist Indian who won the World Amateur Billiards title.

18-Amateur Athletics Federation of India established in which year?

19- Ricky Ponting is popularly known as what?

20- Name the NBA player, who scored 8 points in the final 7 seconds of a game to lead his team to victory?

Quiz On Sports

21- How many numbers of times Geet Sethi won the lBSF World Billiards title?

22- Which new rule was introduced in the match between India and Pakistan at Jaipur on 02-10-1983?

23- Name the two counties for which Anil Kumble played?

24-Subash Agrawal, Ashok Shandilya, and Manoj Kothari are associated with which sports?

25-Mark Waugh is commonly known as what?

26-Milkha Singh won the first National title in which event and in which year?

27- What is the nickname of Glenn McGrath?

28- Name the player who scored the most runs in a single Test inning.

29- Who was the winner of the 1993 ‘King of the Ring’?

30- India won its first Olympic hockey gold in which year?

Quiz On Sports

ANSWERS-

1- Golf

2- Polo

3- Sandeep Patil.

4- Squash.

5- Lawn Tennis.

6- Chasers.

7- Football.

8- Mark Taylor

9- Sri Lanka.

  • Sri Lanka beat India in the 1979 World Cup. It got playing Test status in 1981.

10- Nine gold medals in all: four in 1984 (100m, 200m, 4x100m, long jump), two in 1988 (100m and long jump), two in 1992 (4x100m and long jump), and one in 1996 (long jump).

11-Garfield Sobers.

12-Football.

13- Kamaljit Sandhu

14- Panjim.

15- Northamptonshire & Worcestershire

16- Tilak Raj

17- Wilson Jones

18- 1946 at the initiative of Maharaja Yadvindra Singh, the then President of the Indian Olympic Association with Prof. G.D. Sondhi as its first President.

19- Punter.

20- Reggie Miller.

21- Three times.

22- No-balls & wides debited to bowlers analysis

23- Northamptonshire & Leicestershire.

24- Billiards.

25- Junior

26- 400-meter race in 1957.

27- Pigeon.

28- Brian Lara

29- Bret Hart.

30- 1928.

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GK for geography- Important basics for various competitive examinations

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 Maximum questions come from Geography portion in different competitive exams.

Here are some important GK for geography one-liners for students competing for various exams

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1-A contour is a line joining places with equal heights on the map.

2-The distance between two contour lines will depend upon the landscape.

3- If the land has a steep climb then the contour lines will be near each other.

4- If the slope of the land is gentle, then the contour lines will be quite far from each other.

5-There are high tides and low tides on the level of the sea, and they never standstill. Due to this, the level of the sea keeps on either rising or falling.

6-Over a period, scientists observed the high and low levels of the sea and they have come to one calculated average level, which is known as Mean Sea Level (M.S.L.).

7-Over 71% of the earth’s surface is covered with water.

8- The water evaporates and latter it becomes condensed into water by cooling.

9-There are some water bodies on the earth’s surface. They are oceans, rivers, lakes, etc.

10-The process of evaporation speeds up with an increase in temperature.

General knowledge on geography

11-When there is a rise in temperature, water vapor rises and reaches high up in the sky, and it gets cooled.

12= The atmosphere gets cooler as we rise above the surface of the earth.

13- As the cooling in process, water vapour is transformed into tiny water droplets. These droplets come together with minute dust or smoke particles in the air and gradually increase in size. These small drops of water collect at a point to form the clouds.

14-As the clouds continue to rise upwards, it gets cooler and more droplets are formed. The droplets go around to form bigger drops. As they get heavier, the droplets gets more and more difficult for them to remain in the air and so they begin to fall
as raindrops.

15-Evaporation: Change of water into vapours is known as evaporation.

16- The process in which water vapour changes into water is called condensation.

17- Clouds are tiny droplets of water hanging in the air above.

18-Water Cycle: The process of water evaporating from the seas, forming clouds in the sky, coming down as rain, flowing down the slopes on land in the form of rivers. They finally join the sea, and is called the water cycle.

19-Precipitation: Different forms of condensation of water vapours is known as precipitation. This may take place in the form of rain, dew, fog, snow or hail.

20-Humidity: The amount of invisible water vapours present in the atmosphere is known as humidity.

General knowledge about geography

21- When temperature and humidity rise, we feel uncomfortable. We perspire and the sweat does not evaporate quickly. At this situation, people feel sticky and such weather like condition is called sultry.

22-It is on the surface of the oceans that maximum evaporation and cloud formation take place.

23-The winds come all the way from the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal and they transport the rain clouds. They are called ‘Monsoon winds’. They are also called ‘southwest monsoon winds; as they blow from that direction. These winds blow only in the summer.

24- There are two arms of the monsoon winds: one blows from the Arabian Sea and the other from the Bay of Bengal.

25-The South West Monsoons bring normal rains to Telangana. The North and Eastern parts of Telangana receive heavy rainfall.

26-Large areas in the Telangana Plateau receive low rainfall. Mahabubnagar and Jogulamba districts receive very little rainfall in Telangana State.

General knowledge in geography

27- An instrument by which the rainfall is measured is known as ‘Rain gauge’. The amount of rainfall for a unit area is measured in centimeters.

28-Smaller rivers or streams which join a large river are called ‘tributaries’.

29-As the river becomes bigger and broader, its flow gets slower. It starts depositing the silt and sand it has carried, on its bed and banks. This causes the formation of plains.

30-River Krishna and Godavari form deltas on the Eastern Coast. They have water throughout the year.

31=Rivers like Krishna and Godavari starts from the Western Ghats, which receive heavy rainfall.

32-Telangana state is at the forefront with a massive tree plantation program.

33-India has a long coastline.

General knowledge of geography

34-Floods are often caused by a sudden increase in the volume of water reaching a river.

35- Vegetation allows the water to flow slowly into the river, thus preventing sudden flooding. Vegetation helps the amount of water to increase which goes into the soil.

36- Vegetation reduces the erosion of soil by rainwater.

37-If the surface of the land is covered with vegetation, then soil erosion is greatly reduced.


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Biology One Liners For Competitive Examinations- March 25, 2020

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The subject of Biology plays an important role in various competitive examinations conducted by various organizations.

Biology One-Liners help a lot.

The subject plays an important role in various competitive examinations conducted by various organizations.

Biology bits help a lot.


Biology One Liners-

1- Lacrymal glands are situated in which place?


2- Penicillin is extracted from which micro-organism?


3- Blood platelets mainly help in?


4- Our bones and teeth are generally made of?


5- Where Pituitary gland is located?


6- What is Ampicillin?


7- Name the process by means of which the pollination of maize takes place.


8- Cane Sugar comes under which group?


9- What is Poliomyelitis, often called polio or infantile paralysis?


10- Emphysema is caused by?


11- What is contained in Chlorophyll?


12- Name the part of the plant which is important for the life cycle of the plant?


13- The hormone that regulates the amount of glucose in the blood is?


14- What increases the absorption of water and calcium in plants?


15- Thiamin is also known as?


16- What is a clone?


17-Typhoid fever is caused by?


18- Where ‘ELISA’ test is employed?


19-Onion is a modified form of?

Onion



20- Name the gas which is used for artificial fruit ripening of green fruit?


21- The human feces are yellow in color due to the presence of which pigment?


22- Name the enzyme that is found in Saliva?


23- What is a systolic and diastolic pressure in a healthy man?


24- Hansen’s disease is also known as?


25- Dental caries occurs due to the deficiency of?


26- A person feels fatigued in his muscles due to the presence of which acid?


27- Name the upper layer of the skin?


28-By whom blood group was discovered?


29- Name the lobe of the brain that is associated with hearing?


30- How many bones are present in the Skull?

Skull


31- Name the radioactive element that is used in heart pacemakers?

heart pacemakers



32= Thiamin deficiency causes the disease called?


33- What is called the pedigree line?


34- In the eye, color vision is affected by the presence of?


35- With which part of the brain Motor skills are associated?


36- Increased RBC in the blood leads to a condition called?


37-The specific role of Vitamin K is in the synthesis of?


38- Name the largest gland in the body?


39- Name the chemical name of the substance that kills rats?


40- Name the metal that is present in hemoglobin?


41- Name the mosquito that carries the Zika virus?


42- Name the part of the brain which is the center of thirst, hunger, and sleep?


43- DNA stands for?


44- During transpiration, what percentage of water is lost?


45- Name the scientist who is related to Small Pox?


46- Name the hormone that is used as an oral contraceptive?


47- Photosynthesis process involves the conversion of?


48- Saliva helps in the digestion of which substance?


49- Name the enzyme that is present in all members of the animal kingdom except Protozoa?


50- Name the gas that is used for making Vegetable Ghee?


ANSWERS:—

1- Eye Orbit.


2- Fungus.


3- Blood Platelets mainly help in circulation of Blood.


4-Tricalcium phosphate.


5- Brain.


6-It is a large spectrum antibiotic.


7- Air.


8- Carbohydrates.


9-Poliomyelitis disease is caused by a virus.


10- Asbestos.


11- Magnesium.


12- Flower.


13- Insulin.


14- Boron.


15-Vitamin B1.


16- It is a colony of cells having a similar genetic constitution.


17- Bacteria.


18- Elisha test is employed to diagnose AIDS antibodies.

* ELISA – Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay.


19- It is a modified form of a leaf.


20- Acetylene gas.


21- Urobilin pigment.


22-Ptyalin.


23- 120 mm and 80 mm.


24- Leprosy.


25- Fluorine.


26- Lactic acid.


27- Epidermis.


28- Blood Steiner.


29- Temporal Lobe.


30- 22.


31- Uranium.


32-Beriberi.


33-All the progeny obtained from a single plant by vegetative propagation are called Pedigree Line.


34-Cones.


35- Frontal Lobes.


36- Polycythemia.

* Polycythemia is also known as polycythemia or polyglobulia.

* It is a disease state in which the volume percentage of red blood cells in the blood is elevated.


37- Prothrombin.


38- Liver.


39- White Phosphorus.


40- Iron.


41- Aedes.


42- Hypothalamus.


43- Deoxyribo Nucleic Acid.


44- 99%


45- Edward Jenner.

Edward Jenner


46- Progesterone.


47- Solar energy into chemical energy.


48- Starch.


49- Amylase.


50- Hydrogen.


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History One-Liners for competitive examination- November 6, 2019

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History Bits 

1- Vikramaditya was Chandra Gupta II.

2- Ajathasatru has founded the city of modern Patna.

3-Wheat and Barley were the staple food of Indus Valley people.

4-Dravidians were the architects of Indus Valley Civilization.

5- The Johar custom prevailed among the women of Rajputs.

6- Herbert Bekar designed the Indian parliament Building.

7-Rashtrakuta king Krishna constructed the Kailash Nath Temple at Ellora.

8-Mohenjodaro and Harappa are now in Pakistan.

9- In Uttar Pradesh Buland Darwaza is situated.

10-The modern name for Panipat is Kurukshetra.

11-Battle of Buxar in India gave superior status to the Britishers.

12- Chengizkhan was known as the ‘Whip of the God’.

13- Lord Wellesley, British Governor-General of India from 1798 to 1805 introduced the subsidiary alliance system in India.

14-Revolution in Turkey event was a major set back to the Khilafat Movement.

15-Passage of the Rowlatt Act event took place immediately before the massacre at Jallianwalla Bagh.

16-Mahatma Gandhi authored Hind Swaraj.

17- The first census was conducted in India in the year 1872.

18- The Ghadar Journal was first published in Urdu.

19-In 1953, under Kaka Kalelkar chairmanship the first OBC Commission was formed.

20-Martyrdom of Chandrashekhar Azad took place on February 17, 1931.

21-The first municipal corporation i.e Madras Municipal Corporation set up in India in the year 1687 preceding the Bombay and Delhi municipal corporations.

22-Sarojini Naidu was the first Indian woman to preside a session of the Indian National Congress.

23- Kumaran Asan is associated with the social renaissance in Kerala.

* He was also known as Mahakavi Kumaran Asan, and he was one of the triumvirate poets of Kerala, South India.

* He was a philosopher, a social reformer and a disciple of Sree Narayana Guru.

24- Mahalwari System of Revenue Settlement was introduced in North-Western Provinces.

25- In Bombay and Madras, the Ryotwari System was introduced.

26-In the Northwest Provinces, the Punjab, Delhi, Parts of Central India and Uttar Pradesh, Mahalwari system was introduced.

27-Lord Cornwallis introduced Permanent settlement in Bengal, Bihar, Orissa, and districts of Benaras and Northern districts of Madras in 1793.

28- The annulment of the Partition of Bengal was done by Lord Hardinge.

* Lord Hardinge held a durbar to celebrate the coronation of King George V in December 1911.

* During his time, the Capital was shifted from Calcutta to Delhi 1911.

* During his time, Mahatma Gandhiji came back to India from South Africa (1915).

* In his regime, Annie Besant announced the Home Rule Movement.

* It is during his time only, Hindu Maha Sabha was founded by Madan Mohan Malvi in 1915.

* On December 23, 1912, a bomb was thrown at him but luckily he escaped unhurt.

29-Shankaran Nair resigned from the membership of the Viceroy’s Executive Council as a protest against Jallianwala Bagh Massacre.

30-Jallianwala Bagh Massacre took place on April 13, 1919.

31- Ras Bihari Ghosh presided over the Surat Session of Indian National Congress in 1907.

32-Lok Manya Tilak started the Ganapati Festival in 1893 and thereby gave it national character.

33-Vinoba Bhave was nominated as first Satyagrahi by Mahatma Gandhi for the Individual Satyagraha of 1940.

34- The Vernacular Press Act was introduced by Lord Lytton.

35-The Madras Labour Union was founded by B.P. Wadia along with V. Kalyanasundaram Mudaliar.

36-Muslim League observed the Direct Action Day on August 16, 1946.

37- Vinoba Bhave was nominated as first Satyagrahi by Mahatma Gandhi for the Individual Satyagraha of 1940.

38-The first registered Trade Union of India was Madras Labour Union.

39-Brihadrata was the last ruler of the Mauryan Dynasty, who was assassinated by Pushyamitra Sunga, his commander-in-chief.

40- Kushan Emperor Kujula Kadphises was the first to introduce the gold coinage in India.

41-The most unique feature of the Dholavira site of the Indus Valley Civilization is that its cities were divided into 3 parts.

42-Parshvanath was the 23rd Jain Tirthankara.

* He was the son of Ashvasena, King of Banaras (Varanasi).

43-According to Gautama, the king was the ruler of all except Brahmanas.

42-Chandragupta Il succeeded Samudragupta as the next ruler of the Gupta Dynasty.

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* Some titled Chandragupta ll (380-412 A.D.) adopted were Vikramank, Vikramaditya and Parambhagawat.

* He was also popularly called as Devgupta, Devraj, and Devshree.

43- Indian scholar, journalist, historian, administrator, and diplomat K. M. Panikkar said that the British established a robber state in Bengal between 1765 and 1772.

44- By the Treaty of Bassein, the Peshwa accepted the Subsidiary Alliance with the British.

45-Mehrgarh, located in the Baluchistan state of Pakistan has given the earliest evidence of agriculture in the Indian subcontinent.

46- Shivaji established an independent Maratha nation in 1674.

47-Peshwas were the loyal ministers of Marathas state.

48-Among seven Peshwas, Balaji Rao I was the ablest Peshwas.

49-Balaji Vishwanath- (AD 1713 to 1721) was appointed as a Peshwa (Prime Minister) by Sahuji in 1713.

50-Bajirao Peshwa I (AD 1721 to 1740) was the eldest son of Balaji Vishwanath.

51-Balaji Baji Rao (AD 1740-1761) was popularly known as Nana Saheb.

52-Peshwa Madhav Rao I was the eldest surviving member of the Peshwas family.

53-Bajirao Peshwa I was known for his guerrilla tactics after Shivaji.

* He has succeeded his father Balaji Vishwanath as Peshwas at the young age of 20.

54-The Peshwas called their secretariat as Huzur Daftar which was situated in Poona.

55-Chhatrapati Shivaji was the son of Shahji Bhosle and Jija Bai.

56- Chhatrapati Shivaji appointed eight ministers. They were called ‘Astapradhan’. They assist him in the administrative helm of affairs.

57-Under the supervision of his mother and an able Brahmin Dadaji Konda-dev, Shivaji was brought up at Poona.

58- It is Dadaji Konda-dev, who made Shivaji an expert soldier and an efficient administrator.

59-The Sultan of Bijapur as part of his conspiracy sent his general, Afzal Khan, to capture Shivaji.

* Shivaji escaped and killed him with a deadly weapon called Baghnakh or tiger’s claw.

60-The Sultan of Bijapur made a peace treaty with Shivaji in the year 1662 and made him as an independent ruler of his conquered territories.

61-Shivaji declared himself as an independent ruler of Maratha Kingdom in AD 1674.

* He was crowned as Chhatrapati at Raigarh.

62- Shivaji gets the title of ‘Haidava Dharmodharka’ (Protector of Hindu faith) after the coronation.

63-Shivaji levied a tax on the land which was one-fourth of the land revenue i.e. Chauth or Chauthai.

64-The Maratha Empire or the Maratha Confederacy ruled from 1674 to 1818.

65-The Maratha administration is learned to be studied under three heads namely Central Administration; Revenue Administration; and Military Administration.

66-Shivaji abolished the Jagirdari System and he replaced it with Ryotwari System.

67-Shivaji supervised the Mirasdars who had hereditary rights inland.

68-Chauth and Sardeshmukhi were other sources of income in Sivaji’s administration.

69-The Pratiharas and the Palas are the two dynasties of Northern India, which confronted with the Rashtrakutas.

70- The Dholavira is the largest Indus Valley Site in independent India.

* The Dholavira site has been excavated by the R S Bisht team of ASI. It had three citadels.

History Snippets

71-The British East India Company secured the Diwani right of Bengal, Bihar, and Orissa under the Treaty of Allahabad ( 16 August 1765).

72-S. N. Sen has given a statement with reference to 1857 mutiny that ‘The Meerut outbreak was sudden and short-lived like a summer gale’.

73- In 1668 A.D. Bombay transferred to the East India Company by Charles II.

74-Subhash Chandra Bose is called a beacon of light of Asia.

75-Jahangir had written the book Tuzuk-i- jahangiri.

76- The name of the capital of Anga (a mahajapada) was Champa.

77-Moplah revolt had taken place at Kerala.

78-Munro and Charles Reed introduced the Ryotwari System in India.

79-The Rigvedic name of river Ravi was Parushni.

80-Dadabhai Naoroji had written the book poverty and un-British rule in India.

81- Unicorn is the most common motif of the Indus Seals.

82- The Shatapatha Brahmana is related to Yajurveda.

* Yajurveda is the book of sacrificial prayers.

83- Ashoka made his famous declaration, ‘All men are my children’ on Separate Kalinga Rock Edict I inscriptions.

84- The Harappans worshipped Mother Goddess, Pashupati Shiva, Peepal, Pigeon, Swastik.

85-Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru presided the historic Lahore session of 1929 of the Indian National Congress.

86-Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel presided the Karachi session of the Indian National Congress in 1931.

87-Annie Besant launched the Home Rule Movement in 1916.

88-Rajendra Prasad joined Mahatma Gandhi in the Champaran Satyagraha held on April 10, 1917.

89- The execution of Bhagat Singh took place on March 23, 1931.

90- Bankim Chandra Chatterjee was the author of Anand Math.

History Bits Continue

91-Gopal Krishna Gokhle founded the organization servants of Indian society.

92-Under the leadership of Vyomesh Chandra Banerjee, the first meeting of the Indian National Congress was held in Bombay in 1885 A.D.

93-Wood’s Despatch, 1854 is the Magna Carta of the western education system in India.

94-Sri Narayan Guru preached the doctrine of ‘One religion, one caste and one God for mankind’.

95- The English, Nizam of Hyderabad and The Marathas entered into a triple alliance against Haider immediately before the first Anglo-Mysore war of 1767-69.

96- Colbert was the founder of the French East India Company for trade in India.

97- Mysore was annexed into the East India territories via the Doctrine of Lapse.

98-Begum Hazrat Mahal was the leader of the revolt of 1857 in Lucknow.

99-Poverty and Un British Rule in India is the book written by Dadabhai Naoroji.

* In this book, Dadabhai Naoroji made important observations about the decline of the Indian Economy during the British Era.

100- During the times of Governor-General Lord Ellenborough, Act V declared slavery as illegal.


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1- The blood moves to this region when the left ventricle in the human heart contracts.

1- Aorta
2- Lungs
3-Pulmonary Artery
4- Brain


2- This endocrine gland is also known as Master Gland.

1- Adrenal Gland.
2- Thyroid.
3- Pituitary Gland.
4- Parathyroid.


3- By which among the following Reflex actions are controlled by?

1- The nerves.
2- The cells.
3- The Spinal Cord.
4- The Brain.


4- Due to the presence of which substance, blood does not clot?

1-Fibrinogen.
2- Heparin.
3- Prothrombin.
4- Thrombin.


5- Name the method which is used to obtain alcohol from molasses?

1-Hydrolysis.
2-Fermentation.
3- Distillation.
4- Oxidation.


6- DPT vaccine is given to babies to protect from which diseases?

1- Diphtheria, small-pox, and tetanus.
2- Diphtheria, polio, and tetanus.
3- Diphtheria, Pneumonia, and tuberculosis.
4- Diphtheria, whooping cough, and tetanus.


7-  The Scurvy is a disease related to-?

1- Skin.
2- Liver.
3- Eyes.
4- Hair


8- The activities of internal organs are controlled by which part of the Nervous system?

1- Cerebrum.
2- Cerebellum.
3- Medulla Oblongata.
4- Spinal Cord.


9- What is Butter?

1- It is water dispersed in fat.
2- It is water dispersed in oil.
3- It is fat dispersed in milk.
4- It is fat dispersed in water.


10- Name the largest flightless bird that can run at a greater speed?

1-Ostrich.
2- Kiwi.
3- Emu.
4- Ostrich.


11- The population of which species among following is maximum on earth?

1- Birds.
2- Fish.
3- Reptiles.
4- Beetles.


12- What is Hemophilia?

1- It is a metabolic disorder.
2- A Hormonal disorder.
3- A Genetic disorder.
4- An Organic disorder.


13- From which organ Bile is produced?

1- Pancreas.
2- Duodenum.
3- Stomach.
4- Liver.


14- Blood Pressure is the pressure exerted by blood on the walls of?

1- Arteries.
2- Veins.
3- Heart.
4- Capillaries.


15- Fats are stored in which part of the body?

1-Adipose tissue.
2- Liver.
3- Epidermis.
4- Epithelium.


ANSWERS-

1-Aorta.

The aorta is the largest artery in the body.

* It begins at the top of the left ventricle.

* It carries blood away from the heart to the rest of the body.

* We can keep our Aorta healthy by keeping our blood pressure in control.

* It is the heart that pumps blood from the left ventricle into the aorta through the aortic valve.


2-Pituitary Gland.

* The pituitary is an important gland and is referred to as the ‘master gland’ in our body.

* This gland controls several of the other hormone glands.

* It is about the size of a pea and attached to the base of our brain by a thin stalk.

* It is situated in a bony hollow, that is just behind the bridge of our nose.


3-The Spinal Cord.

* Reflex action is involuntary. It is an automatic and fast movement.

* It is instantaneous movement in response to a stimulus.


4-Thrombin.

*  blood-clotting proteins generate thrombin. It is an enzyme that converts fibrinogen to fibrin.


5- Fermentation.

* Fermentation is the process by means of which a substance breaks down into a simpler substance.

* Fermentation is also a metabolic process by means of which an organism converts a carbohydrate, such as starch or a sugar, into an alcohol or an acid.


6-Diphtheria, whooping cough, and tetanus.

* DPT (also known as DTP and DTwP).

* It is a combination of vaccines against three infectious diseases in humans. They are diphtheria, pertussis (whooping cough), and tetanus.


7- Skin.

*  The Scurvy disease occurs due to a vitamin C deficiency.

* A Scottish doctor James Lind was given the credit for discovering the Scurvy in 1747.


8-Medulla Oblongata.

* The medulla oblongata forms the hindbrain.

* Breathing, digestion, heart, and blood vessel function, swallowing, and sneezing are controlled by Medulla Oblongata.

* The spinal cord is a long, thin, tube-like structure composed of nervous tissue.

* This structure extends from the medulla oblongata in the brainstem to the lumbar region of the vertebral column.

* Cerebrum is the principal and most anterior part of the brain. It is the largest part of the brain.

* Cerebrum is the superior part of the brain which is the seat of reason, memory, planning, and sensory integration.

* The cerebellum ( also called little brain) is a major feature of the hindbrain of all vertebrates.

* The cerebellum coordinates voluntary movements like posture, coordination, balance, and speech.


9-It is water dispersed in fat.

* Butter is made by churning fresh or fermented cream or milk to separate the butterfat from the buttermilk.

* The density of butter is 911 grams per Litre (0.950 lb per US pint).


10- Ostrich.

* The common Ostrich are native to certain large areas of Africa.

* Scientific name: Struthio camelus.

* Speed: 70 km/h (Maximum).

* They can grow up to 9 feet (2.7 meters) tall and can weigh up to 320 lbs. (145 kilograms).

* Ostriches are omnivores, which means they eat both vegetation and meat.


11- Reptiles.

* Reptiles are tetrapod animals.

* Nearly all reptiles are cold-blooded(Ectohtermic) and lay shelled eggs.

* The reptiles live in a wide range of habitats.

* Reptiles Are Vertebrates.


12-A Genetic disorder.

* Hemophilia is an inherited genetic disorder.

* People having hemophilia may bleed for a longer time after an injury.

* Hemophilia A is also known as classic hemophilia or factor VIII deficiency.

* Hemophilia B is also known as Christmas disease or factor IX deficiency.


13- Liver.

* Bile is a dark green to a yellowish-brown fluid.

* It is produced by the liver which helps in the digestion of lipids in the small intestine.

* Bile has bile acids and salts,  pigments, phospholipids, water, and electrolyte chemicals as its composition.

* By secretion into bile, Many waste products, including bilirubin, are eliminated from the body.

* The liver is a dark reddish-brown organ. It is located in the upper right portion of the abdominal cavity.

* The liver lies beneath the diaphragm and on top of the stomach, right kidney, and intestines.

* The liver mainly filter the blood that comes from the digestive tract, before passing it to the rest of the body.


14- Arteries.

* The arteries are the blood vessels that carry the oxygen-rich blood from the heart to other tissues of the body.

* The Veins are blood vessels that transport blood toward the heart.

* Most veins transport the deoxygenated blood from the tissues back to the heart.

* Normal blood pressure is less than 120 over 80 (120/80).

* A top number (systolic) and bottom number (diastolic).

* Blood Pressure is measured by a sphygmomanometer.

* The instrument is also known as a blood pressure meter, blood pressure monitor, or blood pressure gauge.


15-Adipose tissue

* Adipose tissue is also known as body fat.

* It is a highly active metabolic and endocrine organ.

* The adipose tissues are of two types. One is white adipose tissue (WAT), that stores energy. Another one is brown adipose tissue (BAT), that generates body heat.


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1- This state among the following has launched Rs. 50,000 crore farm-debt scheme.

1-Madhya Pradesh.

2- Rajasthan.

3- Karnataka.

4- Maharasthra


2- Which among the following is issued by the court in the case of illegal detention of a person.

1-Mandamus.

2-Certiorari

3-Habeas Corpus

4-Quo Warranto


3- This among the following is the hardest material.

1- Steel.

2- Graphite.

3- Diamond.

4-Tungsten.


4- In which country among the following driest location on the earth is found?

1-Libya.

2- Congo.

3- Chile.

4- Kenya.


5- With which game Lady Ratan Tata Trophy is associated?

1- Hockey.

2- Cricket.

3- Basket Ball.

4- Football.


6- To which sports Mohammad Anas is related?

1-Boxing.

2-Wrestling.

3-Tennis.

4-Athletics.


7-This noted journalist and columnist among the following died recently.

1- Ranjit Guru

2- Shyam Dixit.

3-Natwar Deewan.

4-SK Mishra.


8- Who among the following Padmashree awardee and prominent Social worker died recently?

1-Kamal Bajaj.

2-Damodar Ganesh Bapat.

3-Devi Shankar Prasad.

4-Sadashiv Katre.


9- Name the former Australian pace Spearhead who has been elected as an honorary life member of the Marylebone Cricket Club(MCC)?

1- Nathan Lyon.

2- Shane Warne.

3- Mitchell Johnson.

4- Mitchell Starc.


10-Former India opener and national selector passed away recently. Who is he?

1-MK Prasad.

2-Gagan Sharma.

3- VB Chandra Sekhar.

4- Sarandeep Singh.


11-He is the first batsman to score 20,000 international runs in a single decade.

1-Shikhar Dhawan.

2-Virat Kohli.

3-Rohit Sharma.

4- MS Dhoni.


12-Name the district that has been ranked as the most improved district in Second Delta ranking for the Aspirational Districts released by NITI Aayog’

1-Nuapada, Odisha

2-Siddharthnagar, Uttar Pradesh

3-Virudhunagar, Tamil Nadu

4-Aurangabad, Bihar


13-Who among the following has been conferred with the ‘Tansen Samman’ for 2018?

1-Ravi Shankar

2-Ali Akbar Khan

3-MS Subbulakshmi

4-Manju Mehta


14-Which among the following counties has withdrawn from International Whaling Commission to resume commercial whaling in its territorial waters?

1-India

2-Japan

3-USA

4-China


15- Good Governance Day is celebrated annually on?

 

1-25th December

2-3rd December

3-11th December

4-19th December


ANSWERS-

1-Madhya Pradesh.

It is CM Kamal Nath launched the scheme named Jan Kisan Rin Mukti Yojana on January 15, 2019.

2-Habeas Corpus

3- Diamond.

Diamonds are known as the hardest substance on the surface of the earth.

4- Chile(Atacama desert). The location is known as Maria Elena South(MES).

5- Hockey. (for women)

* The trophy is named after Ratan Tata, who is an Indian Businessman.

6-Athletics.

7- Ranjit Guru.

* He was working with Odia daily Sambad.

* He was associated with Anand Bazar Patrika and the Asian Age. Both are leading newspapers.

8-Damodar Ganesh Bapat.

* He dedicated his life and service towards Leprosy patients.

* Padmashree is the fourth highest civilian award.

9- Mitchell Johnson.

* He played 73 international test matches for Australia claiming 313 wickets.

* He played 153 One Day Internationals and claimed 239 wickets.

* He played 30 Twenty 20 Internationals and claimed 38 wickets.

10- VB Chandra Sekhar.

* He played 7 ODIs in between 1988 and 1990. He scored only 88 runs.

* He is a qualified engineer.

11-Virat Kohli.

* Virat Kohli made his Test and T20 Internationals debut in 2010

12-Virudhunagar, Tamil Nadu

13-Manju Mehta

14-Japan

15-25th December


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