RRB Group D Exam 2022 Static GK Practice Set 19
RRB Group D Exam 2022 Static GK Practice Set 19 : 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 19 (25 MCQs)
Question. One is never alone in nature.
Question. Calculate the current obtained when a generator with 220V voltage output is connected to a 1100W power bud motor.
Question. Who among the following is one of the founders of Banyan Nations, the first firm in India to win the ‘Dell People’s Choice Award for the Circular Economy’ at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos?
- Mani Vajpayee
- Dilip Shanoi
- Pranitha Saxena
- priyanka dues
Question. Due to the presence of ……. in our ears, which is a type of connective tissue, the ears can be folded.
Question. The element present in the fourth period and the second group is
Question. Vegetarians need a long small intestine to digest ……..
Question. Tissue makes up the inner lining of our mouth.
- ciliated columnar epithelium
- stratified squamous epithelium
- simple squamous epithelium
- columnar epithelium
Question. Jadugoda’s mine is famous for.
Question. The Chola kings were the builders of magnificent temples who built the temple at Thanjavur.
- RRB Group D Static GK Practice Set 18
- RRB Group D Static GK Practice Set 17
- RRB Group D Static GK Practice Set 16
Question. An object travels 24m in 3s and then 15m in 2s. What is the average speed of the object?
- 7.8 s-1
- 6.67 ms-1
Question. Under the skin and between the internal organs.
Question. A mass of 20 kg is at a height of 8m from the ground. Then the potential energy gained by the object is : (g = 9.8 ms-2)
Question. Asexual reproduction takes place:
- more developed animals
- less developed animals
- less developed animals and plants
Question. Which year will have the same calendar as 2005?
Question. There is a difference of units in the molecular masses of alcohol and ethyl alcohol.
Question. She has become the first woman pilot to join the Indian Navy. She will soon fly sea surveillance aircraft.
- Sheela Swarup
- Rita Swarup
- Subhangi Swarup
- lyric form
Question. A block of mass 10 kg accelerates uniformly from its initial state to a speed of 2m/s in 20s. What is the average energy developed over an interval of 0 to 20 seconds?
Question. The atomic number of potassium is 19 and its mass number is 39. The number of neutrons in its atom will be
Question. The standard unit for measuring the frequency of a sound wave is .
- meter per second
Question. In which year Dandi Salt Satyagraha was started?
Question. On which river is the Almatti Dam built?
- Dark woman
Question. Electricity is a commercial unit of energy.
- kilowatt hour
Question. Acidity can be cured by taking ………. by a person.
- Lemon juice
- baking soda solution
- vinegar solution
Question. 20 Two of oxygen…………. denotes.
Question. Which of the following options has the highest melting point and boiling point?
Answer : ?
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