Physics Related Questions for UPSSSC PET Exam : The Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission (UPSSSC) has started the process of conducting Preliminary Qualifying Test (PET) for Group ‘C’ recruitment. Under which this examination was to be conducted in September but due to some reason now its examination will be conducted in the month of October. Let us tell you that only after qualifying this exam, candidates can appear in Group ‘C’ exam. In such a situation, candidates need to work hard to achieve success, for which it is very important to focus on studies under a strategy.

So today we have brought 25 very important questions of Physics through this article, by studying which you can make your preparation stronger and get success in the examination.

Physics Related Questions for UPSSSC PET Exam
Physics Related Questions for UPSSSC PET Exam

Physics Related Questions for UPSSSC PET Exam

Question. Two plane mirrors are inclined at an angle of 90 to each other. What will be the number of images placed between it?

Answer 1

Question. An ice cube is floating in a glass full of water. The water level when the ice melts-

  • Will increase
  • will decrease
  • will remain unchanged
  • first increase, then decrease

Answer: 3

Question. Who is considered the father of physics?

  • maxwell
  • Albert Einstein
  • newton
  • Thomas Edison

Answer: 2

Question. What is the unit of light year?

  • of time
  • of mass
  • of heat
  • of distance

Answer: 4

Question. What defines Ohm’s law?

  • resistance
  • stream only
  • voltage only
  • both current and voltage

Answer: 4

Question. If the radius of a wire is halved, then its resistance…?

  • V will be half
  • will double
  • will be sixteen times
  • all these

Answer: 3

Question. On what principle do rockets work?

  • Neutron’s first law
  • neutron’s second law
  • neutron’s third law
  • Archimedes’ principle

Answer: 3

Question. Which of the following is not a unit of mass?

  • pound
  • Gram
  • Kilogram
  • dine

Answer: 4

Question. On which principle is the ‘Atomic Force’ based?

  • on chemical reaction
  • on nuclear fusion
  • on collision of atoms
  • on nuclear fission

Answer: 4

Question. Through which medium can transverse waves be produced?

  • only in gas
  • only in concrete
  • only in liquid
  • in all three

Answer: 2

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Question. By what means can longitudinal waves be produced?

  • in solid
  • in liquid
  • in gas
  • in all three

Answer: 4

Question. The source of energy and light received from the sun and stars is?

  • nuclear fission
  • nuclear fusion
  • character deflection
  • radiation

Answer: 2

Question. Sun is mainly made up of-

  • from hydrogen
  • from helium
  • from carbon
  • (1) and (2) both

Answer: 4

Question. The rising and setting sun appears red because-

  • red color is scattered the most
  • Red color has the least scattering
  • The rising and setting sun have the highest temperature
  • none of the above

Answer: 2

Question. What is the principle of atomic bomb based on?

  • on nuclear fusion
  • on nuclear fission
  • on radioactive disintegration
  • none of the above

Answer: 2

Question. Who was the inventor of fountain pen?

  • watermen
  • parkar
  • chapelpark
  • Shaffer

Answer 1

Question. The nature of sound waves is

  • longitudinal
  • electromagnetic
  • transverse
  • progressive

Answer: 2

Question. whistle. Which rays are used for scanning?

  • sound waves
  • X-rays
  • ultrasonic wave
  • magnetic wave

Answer: 2

Question. What will be the effect on the weight of a person in a moving lift?

  • Will increase
  • will decrease
  • load will not change
  • may increase or decrease.

Answer: 4

Question. Ultrasonic waves by man-

  • can be heard
  • cannot be heard.
  • can be heard sometimes.
  • none of these

Answer: 2

Question. The whistling sound of an approaching train increases while it decreases for a train going farther away. Examples of this incident are-

  • of Raman effect
  • of crompton effect
  • of the Joule-Thomson effect
  • of doppler effect


Question. Who first produced ultrasonic waves by whistling?

  • Newton
  • by galton
  • Hertz
  • Faraday

Answer: 2

Question. Which of the following causes maximum noise pollution?

  • motor vehicle
  • railway engine
  • pop music
  • fly a plane

Answer: 4

Question. Which phenomenon do bats or dolphins use to detect prey, predators or obstacles?

  • refraction of sound
  • pulsating
  • Resonance determination
  • sound scattering

Answer: 3

Question. The unit of light year is-

  • of time
  • of distance
  • of intensity
  • of speed

Answer : ?

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