RRB Group D Exam 2022 Static GK Practice Set 17
RRB Group D Exam 2022 Static GK Practice Set 17 , 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 17 August to 25 August 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 we have come up with the answers to the important Static GK questions asked in the previous examinations for all the candidates going to appear in the Railway Group D exam 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 17 (25 Important Quiz)
Question. Gol Gumbaz with the second largest dome in the world………. situated at.
Question. Which of the following does not belong to Monera group?
Question. The maximum number of electrons in the third shell is……. it occurs.
Question. ………..I underwent a major transformation, which shook the foundations of British rule and is often referred to as the ‘First War of Independence’.
Question. Labor pain is caused due to contraction in the walls of ………..
- release of genes
- lower abdomen
Question. If the wave completes 20 vibrations in 2.5s, what will be its frequency?
Question …….. has the least attraction between its electrons?
- RRB Group D Static GK Practice Set 16
- RRB Group D Static GK Practice Set 15
- RRB Group D Static GK Practice Set 14
Question. Major Dhyanchand’s birthday is celebrated as National Sports Day in India on which day?
- 29 December
- 29 April
- 29 October
- 29 August
Question. Ram swims in a pond 88m long. He covers a distance of 176m in one minute by swimming from one end to the other and coming back the same way, find his average speed.
- 2.93 ms-1
- 3.67 ms-1
- 2.67 ms-1
Question. Famous football player Maradona belongs to which of the following country?
Question. The chromosomal position in females is:
- 22 + XO
- 22 + XY
- 22 + XX
- 22 + YY
Question. What is the resistance of an insulator?
Question. The atomic number of an element is 13, then how many shells does this element have?
Question. The atomic number of N is 7, then the atomic number of the third element of nitrogen family is?
Question. Women have become the first player in the history of one-day cricket to score 6000 runs.
- Mithali Raj
- Jhulan Goswami
- Deepti Sharma
- Poonam Raut
Question. The largest corpuscles in human blood are….
- lymph cells
- red cells.
- white cells
- alkali colored cells
Question. If the temperature increases, then the speed of sound-
- becomes infinite
- goes to zero
Question. An object travels 14m in 45 and then another 16m in 25. What is the average speed of the object?
Question. The pH of …… cannot be determined by direct use of paper.
- solid sodium bicarbonate
Question. In the human body, the respiratory pigment is…
Question. The percentage of glass in a glass pencil is….
Question. Rohingya is an ethnic community of which of the following countries?
- Sri Lanka
Question. The metal melts on our palm.
Question. Use of a voltmeter……………. is used to measure.
- potential difference
- air resistance
- magnetic induction
- Electric current
Question. The national emblem of India has been taken?
- from sanchi pillar
- from sarnath pillar
- from Allahabad pillar
- from lumbini pillar
Answer : ?
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