RRC Group D Static Gk Practice Set 01
RRC Group D Phase 2 Exam Static GK Practice Set 01 : Indian Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has started the recruitment process for Group D posts and Phase 1 exam has been conducted from 17 August to 25 August 2022 and Phase 2 will be conducted from 26 August to 08 September. This examination is being organized by the commission in 3 shifts.
In such a situation, today we have brought important questions of Static GK for Phase 2 exam on the basis of questions asked in Group D Phase 1 exam through this article, all the candidates who are enrolled for Phase 2 exam, all those candidates are appearing in the exam. Go through this practice set to get good marks.
RRC Group D Phase 2 Exam Static GK Practice Set 01(25 Important Quiz)
Question. Which of the following flowers is a hermaphrodite?
Question. Also called master growth, is an endocrine gland.
- meaning white
Question. How many water molecules are present in one molecule of washing soda?
Question. When light is incident on a shiny surface……the phenomenon of reflection occurs.
Question. Of the elements given below…..all these options are the smallest in size.
- (C) Na+
- Mg 2+
- all these
Question. The rate of change in displacement with time is called:
Question. He is the first Indian cricketer to receive the Polly Umrigar award three times.
- M / s. Dhoni
- Virat Kohli
- Ravi Shastri
- Sachin Tendulkar
Q. The force exerted on the proton by the neutron inside the atom is called:
- tidal force
- electrostatic force
- gravitational force
- nuclear force
Question. Which tissue makes plants hard and firm?
Question. Which of the following is not a characteristic of fish class?
- breathing through gills
- bone/cartilage end skeleton
- scale exudate: skeleton
- presence of pseudocolumns
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Question. Which of the following is done by placenta tissue found in humans?
- removal of wastes from the fetus
- nourish the fetus
- act as a foetus
- Carries out wastes from the embryo and provides nutrition to the fetus
Question. Who among the following is the author of the book ‘A Book of Light: When a loved one has a different mind’?
- jerry pinto
- Harper Lee
- Arundhati Roy
- Amish Tripathi
Question. Which cells detect an increase in the level of sugar in the blood?
- gall bladder
Question. For which sector did the central government launch the “Sampada Yojana”?
- girl child
- women empowerment
- Food Processing
Which hormone is released in the testes?
Question. Which of the following is not a property of dicot plants?
- reticular vein
- main root
- fibrous root
- two cotyledons
Question. What do Lithium, Sodium and Potassium have in common?
- This is an inert element.
- It is an alkaline soil element.
- They do not form oxides.
- They have one electron in their outermost shell.
Question. Sodium metal is stored in ……….
Question. Identify the term which does not belong to the following group.
Question. How many molecules of water are present in one molecule of copper sulphate?
Question. Vibration inside the ear is amplified by three bones, as in the middle ear.
- Hammer, Anvil and Pitra
- Hammer, Cockle and Stipe
- Auditory Bone, Anvil and Stirrup
- Hammer, Anvil and Stirrup
Question. If a 50 W bulb consumes 1000 J of energy, then the time taken by the bulb is:
Question. In the context of International Currency Transactions, what is the full form of IMF?
- international monetary fund
- international monetary form
- International Monitoring Fund
- Indian monetary form
Question. Which of the following is a cation?
Question. 0°C =……….F
Answer : ?
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