RRC Group D Phase 3 Static GK Practice Set 17
RRC Group D Phase 3 Static GK Practice Set 17 : The recruitment process for Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) Group D posts to be conducted by Railways has been started and Phase 1 and Phase 2 examination has been concluded and Phase 3 will be conducted from 08 September to 19 September. And all the candidates who are going to take part in this exam, they should prepare well so that they can score good marks in the exam.
In such a situation, today, through this article, we have come up with solutions to the important questions of Static GK being asked in Railway Group D examinations with answers and these questions will prove to be very beneficial for Group D examination conducted by Railways, so students should study these questions. Do do it to understand the level of questions asked in the exam and to assess yourself.
RRC Group D Phase 3 Static GK Practice Set 17 (25 Important Q&A)
Question. The practitioners use a concave mirror because of the image formed on it.
- virtual but blurry
- real but
- virtual and magnified
- real and big
Question. Atomic size on going from sodium to chlorine……….
- remains the same
- first increases and then decreases
Question. What is the color of the precipitate formed when carbon dioxide is passed through a solution of calcium hydroxide?
Question. Dimension of acceleration……. it occurs..
Question. Occurs as a result of surface irregularities between two surfaces.
Question. It is a complex permanent tissue.
Question. The seeds are round and yellow in a hybrid cross of 556 round green and crinkly yellow seeds.
Question. Male germ cells are produced in
- spermatic cord
Question. The valency of chlorine with respect to oxygen is
- RRC Group D Static GK Practice Set 16
- RRC Group D Static GK Practice Set 15
- RRC Group D Static GK Practice Set 14
Question. On which river is the Jayakwadi (Phase-I) hydroelectric project built?
Question. Which element with the following atomic number has chemical properties similar to that of magnesium?
Question. Which was the first fort built by the British in India?
- fort st angla
- fort st peter
- fort st louis
- fort st george
Question. Who became the first Indian woman to fly a fighter aircraft alone?
- Avani Chautala
- Avani Chaturvedi
- Avani Choudhary
Question. Which of the following is a saturated hydrocarbon?
Question. Which of the following elements is more electronegative?
Question. In a house, 150 units of energy are used during a month. What will be the amount of this energy in joules?
- 9 x 108
- 10 x 1085
- 5 x 108
- 5.4 x 108
Question. Which of the following elements has higher ionization energy?
Question. Which of the following options is programming software?
Question. Which is the hottest planet?
Question. Which of the following is a graphical representation of an algorithm?
- flow chart
Question. An atom which has full number of electrons in its outermost orbital, has valency.
Question. What is the name of the Indian supercomputer, which is the fourth fastest supercomputer in the world and is capable of doing weather and climate research?
- HP Apollo
- Thousand T.
Question. Which of the following elements could not find a definite place in Mendeleev’s periodic table?
Question. The base event in protein synthesis results in the formation of a…….
- RNA copy
- DNA and RNA copy
- DNA copy
- mRNA copy
Question. Who acts as the ex-officio chairman of NITI Aayog?
- President of India
- Vice President of India
- home minister of india
- prime minister of India
Answer : ?
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