UP TGT Exam GK Practice Set-1
UP TGT Exam General Knowledge Practice Set 01 : 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 01
Question. Worship of Mother Goddess was related to:
- with Aryan civilization
- with Mediterranean civilization
- with the Indus Valley Civilization
- with later Vedic civilization
Question. Which is the largest building in Mohenjodaro?
- large bathroom
- pillar hall
- two storey house
Question. In which dance form did Birju Maharaj attain fame?
Question. Archival Vidya means:
- study of coins
- study of inscriptions
- study of epics
- study of geography
Question. Which was the only Indus site to have an artificial dockyard of bricks?
Question. The main features of the Indus Valley Civilization were:
- Worshiping the Forces of Nature
- settled urban life
- pastoral farming
- caste society
Question. Hariprasad Chaurasia is associated with which musical instrument?
Question. Amjad Ali Khan is skilled in which instrument?
- stringed instrument
Question. Which of the following folk dance is associated with Rajasthan?
Question. Indian constitution was adopted
- on 26 January 1950
- on 26 January 1949
- on 26 November 1949
- on 31st December, 1949
Question. Who among the following was the President of the Constituent Assembly of India?
- Dr. Rajendra Prasad
- Jawaharlal Nehru
- M. A. Jinnah
- Lal Bahadur Shastri
Question. Dr. B. R. What did Ambedkar call the ‘heart and soul’ of the Constitution?
- right to equality
- right against exploitation
- right to constitutional remedies
- right to freedom of religion
Question. Where was the “Mohini Attam” form of dance developed?
Question. Which of the following has left the most serious impact in the making of the Indian Constitution?
- British Constitution
- constitution of the united states
- constitution of ireland
- GOVERNMENT OF INDIA ACT, 1935
Question. Who among the following was not among the members of the Constituent Assembly established in July 1946?
- Dr. Rajendra Prasad
- Of. M. Munshi
- Mahatma Gandhi
- Abul Kalam Azad
Question. Asteroids revolve around the Sun between
- earth and mars
- Mars and Jupiter
- Jupiter and Saturn
- Saturn and Varun
Question. Which of the following planets is called Earth’s twin?
Question. In terms of size, Varuna is in our solar system. arrives on the spot.
Question. Which of the following state does not share its border with Myanmar?
Question. The capital of Andaman and Nicobar Islands is ……
- Port Blair
Question. the outermost layer of the sun is called
- Kirit (Corona)
Question. The mass of Jupiter is approximately:
- one tenth of the mass of the Sun
- one-thousandth of the mass of the Sun
- one-hundredth of the mass of the Sun
- half the mass of the sun
Question. In which of the following cities is the ‘Silicon Valley’ of India located?
Question. Kerala’s Silent Valley
- The only evergreen forest in India
- I have expensive timber trees
- good place for picnic
- There are rare species of plants and animals in
Question. Radcliffe Line is the boundary line between which of the following countries?
- India and Bangladesh
- India and Bhutan
- India and China
- India and Pakistan
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