General Awareness of various competitive examinations
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We know the importance of Current Affairs mainly general awareness, GK (General Knowledge) in various competitive exams for aspirants.
We are publishing general awareness notes, bits and study material daily.
These notes are extremely useful for all types of exams including Bank Exams.
General Awareness bits help in the last minute preparation for various exams.
1- The accommodation of the eye is produced by the ciliary muscles.
2-Fission reaction takes place in a reactor as well as an atom bomb.
3-The expulsion of milk from the breast during suckling is brought about by Oxytocin.
4- Indian first took part in the Olympic Games in the year 1920.
5-The first Indian to swim across English channel was Mihir Sen.
6-When male and female flowers are born on different plants, the plant is said to be Dioecious.
7-A preparation of living or killed microorganisms or viruses used in the prevention of diseases through immunization is called Vaccine.
8-Excessive consumption of alcoholic drinks causes damage to the Liver.
9-The lady to win the Wimbledon title successfully nine times was Steffi Graf.
10-In the year 1936 the ‘All India Radio’ was set up.
11-In India the first television programme was broadcasted in 1959.
12-The Novel ‘Post Office’ was written by Rabindranath Tagore.
13-Udaipur city is called ‘White City’ of Rajasthan.
14-The Arjuna Awards were instituted in the year 1961.
15- Water hyacinth is a weed.
16-A forest reserved for commercial exploitation with a restriction on grazing is called Reserved Forest.
17-Sutlej river has been harnessed under the Bhakra Nangal project.
18-Contour farming is a term used to describe cultivation on hill slopes with small patches of land in descending order.
19-Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka states share the Tungabhadra multipurpose project.
20-Talchar is important for the Heavy water plant.
21-Kathak is a classical dance of North India.
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