SSC GD 12 January 2023 1st Shift Questions and Answers
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1) What is the tenure of Lok Sabha members?
5 years is the tenure of Lok Sabha members.
- Lok Sabha is composed of representatives of the people chosen by direct election on the basis of adult suffrage
2) Where is taken by shastriya dance
Ans: Sattriya is the traditional dance –drama of Assam. Sattriya was recognized in 2000 as Classical Dance by Sangeet Natak Akademi. It is influenced by Vaishnavism and the modern form of Sattriya is attributed to the 15th century Bhakti Movement Scholar and Saint Srimanta Sankaradev.
3) The Indira Gandhi Peace Prize is given for?
A) The best work in the field of politics
B) Environment Conservation
C) Peace, disarmament and development.
D) None of the above
The Indira Gandhi Peace Prize:
- It is awarded for peace, disarmament, and development.
- It was named after the former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.
- It was started in 1986 by Indira Gandhi Memorial Trust.
- The award consisted of a monetary award of Rs 25 lakhs.
4) Who was known as ‘Devanampriya Priyadarshi’?
A) Ashoka Maurya
B) Bindusara Maurya
D) Mahapadma Nanda
- Ashoka Maurya was known as ‘Devanampriya Priyadarshi’.
- Asoka himself assumed the title “Devanampiya Priyadarshi”
5) The city of Vijayawada in Andhra Pradesh is situated on the banks of which river?
6) Which of the following instruments is used for measuring electrical resistance?
|Voltmeter||Electric potential, voltage|
7) How many Fundamental Duties are mentioned in Indian constitution?
8) Bar is a unit of __________.
9) International Women’s Day is celebrated on
A) 5th August
B) 14th February
C) 8th March
D) 18th March
10) Who is the author of “Abhigyan Shakuntala”?
B) Vishnu Sharma
- The Great Sanskrit Maestro, Mahakavi Kalidas wrote Abhigyan Shakuntalam nearly 2,500 years ago.
11) Who was the leader of the revolt of 1857 in Kanpur?
A) Tatya Tope
B) Kunwar Jagdish Singh
C) Nana Saheb
D) Vazid Ali Shah
- Nana Sahib led the revolt of 1857 in the city of Kanpur.
- He was the 14th Peshwa of the Maratha Empire.
12) Who founded the dynasty of Tuluva?
A) Narasa Nayka
C) Achyuta Raya
D) Vir Narsingh
13) The weight of an object will be minimum when it is placed
A) at the North Pole
B) at the South Pole
C) at the Center of the Earth
D) None of the above
14) Which of the following is called ‘Blood bank’ of human body ?
D) Bone marrow
15) Who came to India during the time of Chandragupta Maurya?
A) Faxian (Fa Hien)
B) Xuanzang (Hiuen Tsang)
- Megasthenes was an ancient Greek historian, diplomat and Indian ethnographer, and explorer in the Hellenistic period.
- Megasthenes wrote the book “Indica”
16) According to the Census of India 2011 which one of the following Union Territories had the highest sex ratio?
D) Daman and Diu
17) Who amongst the following is a renowned Indian classical dancer?
A) Palghat Mani Iyer
C) Sonal Mansingh
D) Siddheshwari Devi
18) Select the letter-cluster from among the given options that can replace the question mark (?) in the following series.
NZK, MBH, LDE, KFB, ?
Subtract 1 from first letter of each word.
Add 2 in second letter of each word and subtract 3 from third letter of each word.
19) If in a certain coding language, ‘COVAXIN’ is written as ’14-9-24-1-22-15-3′. How will ‘SPUTNIK’ be written in that code language?
The logic follows here is:
Place values of the alphabets are written in reversed order.
Thus, SPUTNIK will be written as 11-9-14-20-21-16-19
Hence, the correct answer is “11-9-14-20-21-16-19”.
20) Direction: Determine the missing number. 1, 2, 6, 24, 120, (…)
The pattern follows here is,
1 × 2 = 2
2 × 3 = 6
6 × 4 = 24
24 × 5 = 120
120 × 6 = 720
21) Which two signs need to be interchanged to make the following equation correct?
189 ÷ 27 − 3 + 29 × 2 = 48
A) − and ×
B) + and ×
C) ÷ and −
D) − and +
I. All A are B.
II. All B are C.
I. All A are C.
II. Some C are A.
23) If ‘@’ means ‘addition’, ‘%’ means ‘multiplication’, ‘$’ means ‘division’ and ‘#’ means ‘subtraction’, then find the value of the following expression.
29 @ 128 $ 16 % 7 # 22
A) 47 B) 58
C) 63 D) 23
29 @ 128 $ 16 % 7 # 22
After replacing the signs from left to right and using the BODMAS rule,
= 29 + 128 ÷ 16 × 7 – 22
= 29 + 8 × 7 – 22
= 29 + 56 – 22
= 85 – 22
Hence, “63” is the correct answer.
SSC GD General Studies 2022 Analysis- 11th Jan
Some Memory-based Questions of Shift-1
- Third battle of Panipat
- Current Affairs
- Smallest bone
- National sports of Afghanistan
- Right of Equality
- Who won 2003 Padma Bhushan
- Present Governer of Meghalaya
- First-year plan of India
- kaziranga national park
- Smallest border of India
- Article 14/ 61
- Dance Of Gujarat
- Gandhi-Irwin Pact
Some Memory-based Questions of Shift-2
- Static GK
- National Dance
- Education Minister of 2019
- First-year plan of India
- Present Governer of Meghala
- Article 370
- Dance of Uttar Pradesh
- Prime Minister Jan Dhan Yojna
Some Memory-based Questions of Shift-3
- Current Affair Of April Month
- Fundamental Rights
- When did Chngez khaan Die
- Festival of Jharkhand
- Modhera Sun Temple
- Syed Modi Tournament 2022
- Lakshya Sen
- Water Treaty
SSC GD 11 January 2023 1st & 2nd Shifts Questions and Answers Given Below
1) Who is the present Governor of Meghalaya?
Ans: Brig. (Dr.) Mishra (Retd.) took oath as the Governor of Arunachal Pradesh on 3rd October 2017 and was also given an additional charged as the Governor of Meghalaya and took oath as the Governor of Meghalaya on the 04th October, 2022.
2) Which of the following is not the member of G20?
D) South Africa
- G20 is an international forum for global economic cooperation.
- It has 20 members, and these countries are as follows-Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Republic of Korea, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States, and the European Union.
- G20 was formed in 1999
- India is hosting the G-20 Leaders’ Summit in 2023.
- ADB – Asian Development Bank Established on 19 December 1966 Nd ADB now has 68 members.
- G7 – Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, UK and USA.
- SCO– founded in 2001, f China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, Pakistan, India and Uzbekistan.
- BBIN Initiative- Bangladesh, Bhutan, India and Nepal, it was founded in 2016.
- BIMSTEC– Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Myanmar, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Thailand
3) In which country FIFA 2022 held?
4) what is the formula of calcium carbonate
5) How many articles are there in Indian Constitution today?