RRB Group D Exam 2022 Static GK Practice Set 11| Important Questions for Group D Exam Read
RRB Group D Exam 2022 Static GK Practice Set 11 : Important among the top boards of India Indian Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has started the recruitment process for Group D posts, this exam will be conducted from August 17 to August 25, 2022 and there is a provision to complete this exam in several stages. It is worth mentioning that now the candidate will have to appear in only one exam and on the basis of that all the candidates will be shortlisted.
Today, for all the candidates going to appear in the Railway Group D exam, we have come up with the answers to the important Static GK questions asked in the previous examinations and these questions will prove to be very important questions from the examination point of view. In such a situation, candidates must study these questions for their better results and to get good marks in the examination.
RRB Group D Exam 2022 Static GK Practice Set 11 (25 MCQs)
Question. The heat trapped beneath the surface of the earth is called …….
- geothermal energy
- tidal energy
- Nuclear Energy
- fossil energy
Question. When copper is dipped in a mixture of zinc sulphate, then –
- zinc oxide is formed
- water is made
- there is no reaction
- Copper sulfate is formed
Question. Which of the following is found in men?
- X chromosome
- Y chromosome
- 2X chromosome
- XX chromosome
Question. The rod has the same relation to the metal as the flute is to it.
Question. How many leap years are there in a period of 100 years?
Question. Oxides of carbon, nitrogen and sulfur released when fossil fuels are burned are called
- acidic oxide
- basic oxide
- amphoteric oxide
- inert oxide
Question. Galvanometer is used for –
- finding the direction of light
- to find the direction of electric current
- finding the direction of sound
- To find the direction of magnetic induction
Question. The first female CEO of Lloyd’s of London who was it?
- Dianna M. Mulligan
- Anna Manning
- Beth E. Mooney
- inga bael
Question. A truck slips from the side and falls to the ground in 0.8 seconds. How high will the edge be from the ground?
Question. is a halogen.
- fin (Krypton)
Question. The Black Revolution is related to the production of ……….
- black grapes
- Black Rose
Question. Who was the second Indian female football player to win the Arjuna Award?
- Mithali Raj
- Aditi Chauhan
- Oinam Bebem Devi
- Bala Devi
Question. Objects that produce their own light are called
- transparent objects
- obvious things
- non shiny objects
- shiny objects
Question. is the most electropositive element.
Question. Which of the following projects aims to ensure a turnaround in the operations of banks and stressed companies?
- Project Sukanya
- Project Strong
- Project Samridhi
- project change
Question. In medieval times, the Atala Mosque was built by the Sharqi kings.
Question. For the formation of different types of permanent tissues. cells are separated.
Question. Litmus solution is extracted from ………..
Question. Protohistory is the period between …….. and history, for which we have very few written records.
- medieval history
- modern history
Question. Hamida Banu Begum was the mother of ……..
- Emperor Humayun
- Emperor Babur
- Emperor Jahangir
- Emperor Akbar
Question. What energy is contained in the water stored in the dam?
- electrical energy
- potential energy
- kinetic energy
- gravitational energy
Question. In the hydrogenation of vegetable oil, it is used as a catalyst.
Question. In sexual reproduction, the contribution of the parent,……. it happens.
- half of his gene
- three-fourth of his gene
- one-fourth of his gene
- all its genes
Question. Work is done if……….
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