UP TGT Exam GK Practice Set 04
UP TGT Exam General Knowledge Practice Set 04 : Uttar Pradesh Secondary Education Service Selection Board, Prayagraj had issued notification for the recruitment of Trained Graduate Teacher (TGT) teacher for 3539 posts in aided non-government secondary schools of the state. And the online application process for this is over. Now the exam date will be announced soon by the board.
In such a situation, if you are also going to appear in this exam, then through this article we have brought a practice set of 25 very important questions of general knowledge, which the candidate must read once.
UP TGT Exam General Knowledge Practice Set 04
Question. Which of the following tribal assembly was normally involved in the election of the tribal chieftain (Mukhiya)?
Question. The literal meaning of the word ‘Upanishad’ is:
- wisdom (intelligence)
- sit close
- recitation (recitation)
Question. ‘Tabal Chongli’ is a form of folk dance of which state?
Question. Yagya Sutra is in which of the following Vedas?
Question. Where were the fully formed arboreal fossils believed to date from the Jurassic period found?
Question. What is the script of Indus Valley Civilization?
Question. Pandit Shivkumar Sharma is an expert in which of the following?
Question. “Giddha” is a folk dance of which state of India?
- Uttar Pradesh
Question. Famous Brihadeshwara Temple……. are situated.
- UP TGT GK Practice Set 03
- UP TGT GK Practice Set 02
- UP TGT GK Practice Set 01
Question. The Constitution of India was formed by …….
- Planning Commission
- Constituent Assembly
- executive Committee
Question. At whose behest was the Constituent Assembly of India formed?
- wave plan
- cripps mission
- august offer
- cabinet mission
Question. When was the first Central Legislative Assembly constituted?
Question. Maithili language is mainly spoken in which state?
- A state in Eastern India
- West Bengal
Question. What was the Cabinet Mission sent to India?
- to establish a national government
- To lay down a constitutional arrangement for the transfer of power
- To accept Jinnah’s demand for Pakistan
- For refusing to give independence to India
Question. Who said in the Constituent Assembly that the Directive Principles of Government Policy “are like a check payable in a bank, which the bank pays at its convenience?
- Of. M. Munshi
- BR Ambedkar
- KT Shah
Question. What is the total number of planets revolving around the Sun?
Question. The uneven distribution of the Sun’s insolation on the earth is mainly due to?
- spherical shape of the earth
- distribution of land and water
- wind direction
- pressure belts
Question. On which day is the Earth closest to the Sun?
- March 21
- 23 September
- January 3
- 4th of July
Question. The ‘Arakan Yoma’ spread is of the Himalayas which is located
- in Balochistan
- in Nepal
- in myanmar
- in Kashmir
Question. The ‘Guru Shikhar’ of the Abu Hills is the highest peak of which mountain range?
Question. Which of the following scientists proved that the path of each constellation around the Sun is elliptical?
Question. Which of the following is an alternative theory to the Big Bang theory developed in 1948, which states that the universe does not change even though it expands over time?
- Oscillating Universe
- Steady State Universe
- mirror universe
- internal inflation
Question. Kamakhya temple is an important tourist destination of which state?
Question. The ‘Kullu Valley’ in India is famous for the cultivation of which of the following?
Question. Which is the largest state of India?
- Madhya Pradesh
- Andra Pradesh
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