Have a look at these questions related to ‘Commonwealth Games 2022’

RRB Group D Commonwealth Games 2022 GK Important MCQs : Indian Railway Recruitment Board will conduct the first phase examination of Railway Group D from August 17 to August 25 and the second phase examination will run from August 26 to September 8. If you also want to do government job in railway and are going to appear in this exam.

So in this article for you, we have brought the possible questions asked in the examination related to the recently concluded Commonwealth Games 2022. Through which you can confirm your 1 to 2 marks in the exam. So the candidates must study these questions before appearing in the exam.

RRB Group D Commonwealth Games 2022 GK Important MCQs
RRB Group D Commonwealth Games 2022 GK Important MCQs

Important questions related to commonwealth games for railway group d exam

Question. When was the Commonwealth Games 2022 organized?

  • 28 July 2022 to 8 August 2022
  • 25 July 2022 to 5 August 2022
  • 5 July 2022 to 15 August 2022
  • 28 July 2022 to 12 August 2022

Answer 1

Question. Which country has won the highest number of gold medals (67 gold) in the Commonwealth Games 2022?

  • Australia
  • England
  • Canada
  • India

Answer 1

Question. Who won the first gold medal for India in ‘Commonwealth Games 2022’?

  • Mirabai Chanu (Weightlifting)
  • PV Sindhu (Badminton)
  • Manpreet Singh (Hockey)
  • none of these

Answer 1

Question. Where were the Commonwealth Games held for the first time?

  • Tokyo, Japan)
  • Hamilton (Canada)
  • Beijing (China)
  • New Delhi, India)

Answer: 2

Question. Who was the flag bearer of India at the closing ceremony of ‘Commonwealth Games 2022’?

  • Achanta Sharath Kamal
  • Nikhat Zareen
  • both suitable
  • none of these

Answer: 3

Question. Who was the Indian flag bearer at the opening ceremony of ‘Commonwealth Games 2022 (CWG-2022)’?

  • PV Sindhu (Badminton player)
  • Manpreet Singh (Hockey player)
  • suitable a and b
  • none of these

Answer: 3

Question. How many medals has India won in the Commonwealth Games?

  • 68 medals
  • 78 medals
  • 45 medals
  • 61 medals

Answer: 4

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Question. When was the Commonwealth of Nations established?

  • 27 January 1987
  • 15 August 1947
  • 11 December 1931
  • 18 June 1950

Answer: 3

Question. How many country’s athletes have participated in the Birmingham Commonwealth Games 2022?

Answer 1

Question. Where was the ‘Commonwealth Games 2022’ held?

  • Tokyo, Japan)
  • Beijing (China)
  • Birmingham (England)
  • New York (USA)

Answer: 3

Question. What is the mascot of ‘Commonwealth Games 2022 (CWG-2022)’?

  • Perry the Bull
  • miraitova
  • somite
  • big dwayne

Answer 1

Question. Who has become the youngest (14 years) athlete from India to participate in the ‘Birmingham Commonwealth Games 2022’?

  • Anahata Singh
  • Rajni Tyagi
  • Sanjana Sharma
  • none of these

Answer 1

Question. Which player has won the first medal for India in ‘Commonwealth Games 2022’?

  • Sanket Mahadev Sargar
  • Anahata Singh
  • Sunil Bahadur
  • none of these

Answer 1

Question. Which player of India has won bronze medal in ‘High Jump’ for the first time in the Commonwealth Games 2022?

  • Rohit Talks
  • Saurav Ghoshal
  • Trisha Jali
  • Tejaswin Shankar

Answer: 4

Question. Which country has won the maximum number of medals in the Commonwealth Games 2022?

  • Australia
  • England
  • Canada
  • India

Answer : ?

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