SNAP GK Questions BANK-2010 (Static Based) 1. This disease is caused by the deficiency of protein.

Can you identify it from the given options? a. Goitre b. Kwashiorkar c. Hypokalemia d. Dermatosis We all know very well that the Pacific Ocean is the earth’s largest ocean. Which of the following represents the percentage area (approximately) of the earth covered by it? a. 25% b. 35% c. 40% d. 45% This place is the wettest place on earth. Can you identify it from the given options? a. Mount Waialeale b. Cherapoonji c. Mawsynram d. None of these The number of non-permanent members of the UN Security Council is a. 5 b. 10 c. 15




d. 20


According to the latest population Census, the state with the least population density is a. Sikkim b. Mizoram c. Andaman & Nicobar Islands d. Arunachal Pradesh The number of Union Territories in India is a. 5 b. 6


c. 7

d. 8


The maximum duration for which the President’s office can remain vacant is a. 1 month b. 2 months c. 3 months d. 6 months Which of the following represents the minimum age required to become the member of the Rajya Sabha? a. 25 years b. 30 years c. 35 years d. There is no age limit as such Which of the following represents the percentage contribution of the agriculture sector to the Growth Domestic Product of the Indian Economy (approximately)? a 15% b. 17% c. 21% d. 30% Sakyamuni is another name of a. Mahavir b. Buddha




c. Lord Shiva

d. Lord Vishnu


The last amendment to the Preamble of the Constitution of India was carried out in the year … a. 1958 b. 1962 c. 1976 d. 1978 Which of the following is NOT a primary activity? a. Fishing b. Mining c. Agriculture


d. Banking

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He was the founder of Scouts movement b. Joseph Lister 15. Surat b. 1952 d. Can you identify the name of the second largest planet of the solar system? a. Dehang Debang Mizoram c. He was the founder of Red Cross Society d. We all know very well that the largest planet of the solar system is Jupiter. c. PV Kane c. Earth b. Australia SNAP GK Question Bank 2010 MBA Test Prep 2 . Ahmedabad 20. Saturn c. 18. Ian Donald b. New Delhi c. 3 Who discovered Ultrasound ? a. Aruna Asaf Ali b. North America b. South America 23. 1955 d. MGK Menon Which of the following is not matched properly? Biosphere reserve State a. Which Indian city is also known as the ‘school capital of India’? a.13. c. Uranus d. Dehradun Reserve Bank of India was nationalized in a. Roger Bacon d. Which of the following is NOT a recipient of Bharat Ratna? a. 1964 22. 17. Ajmer 21. 19. Venus You would find Andes mountain range in a. c. Norkek Meghalaya d. How many Bharat Ratna awardees have won the Nobel Prize till date? a. c. Vishnu Sharma The work for which French Nobleman Baron Pierre de Coubertin is known for. He was responsible for the revival of modern Olympic games. Bharat Muni c. Maltimadhava is the famous creation of which of the following personalities? a. DK Karve d. 4 14. 1 b. is a. JP Merril d. 1949 b. Pachmarhi Madhya Pradesh The first cotton mill of India was set up at… a. Kalidas b. 2 c. Europe d. Lucknow b. Dibru Saikhowa Assam b. Bhavabhuti d. Mumbai 16. He was the founder of Amnesty International c. Kanpur d.

Laveran c. Three b. International Committee of Red Cross has won the Nobel Peace Prize for record _____times. Radium d. Earth b. Jupiter Which of the following is NOT based on the banks of river Danube? a. The world’s rarest element on earth is a. liver Which of the following is the capital of Ireland? a. Alvin Tofler Jakob Von Vexkull was the founder of a. c. Astatine c. luminous intensity 30. a. c. Botswana d. H. C. c. d. kidney d. Can you identify the personality from the given options? a. Belgrade c. Xenon Cirrhosis is the disease which affects the a. Williem Einthoven d. A. Dublin b. Which of the following cases highlighted that ‘total reservation in the government jobs cannot exceed 50% of total? a. Wells d.A. Chile b. inductance 31. Right Livelihood Award 32. Carl Segan c. Bhutan 28. brain b. Budapest d. Four c. Clarke 33.G. Warsaw 27. Six Poise is the unit of a. Chlorine d. Keshvanand Bharti case d. b. Indira Sawhney case Ngultrum is the name of the currency of a. viscosity d. Mercury 26. Minerva Mills case c. None of these 25.Sholes Time Machine is the name of a famous work of a. lungs 36. Vienna b. T. Bulgaria 29. Booker Prize c. Berne SNAP GK Question Bank 2010 MBA Test Prep 3 . Arthur C. pressure c. Saturn c.24. Palladium b. Which of the following chemical elements is used for the bleaching process? a. b. Five d. Pulitzer Prize d. Ian Donald b. b. Templeton Prize 34. Pai case b. Amsterdam d. Which of the following is the densest planet of the solar system? a. Fluorine b. Bromine c. Istanbul 35. This personality is credited with the invention of Electro cardiogram (ECG).

Mohammed –bin-Tughlaq c. Charles Babbage d. WINDOWS c. Chennai 45. West Bengal b. Dadra and Nagar Haveli d. Midnight’s Children c. Pondicherry b. Which of the following is the capital of ‘the land of midnight sun’? a. d. Orissa Which of the following Indian states has the lowest sex ratio (number of females per thousand males)? a. c. 40. Uttar Pradesh b.37. Punjab d. Alan M. b. Turing c. Tipu Sultan b. Jehangir Which of the following is also known as “ Silicon valley of India”? a. Haryana c. DOS 47. Tulasidas 39. August 1 b. 42. b. Uttar Pradesh Which of the following is NOT a work of Salman Rushdie? a. LISP 49. Who is credited with the construction of the Grand Trunk road? a. None of these Peace Palace is the official headquarters of a. FAO Find the odd one out. Where would you find the Indian Textile Institute? a. Shalimar The Clown d. Andaman & Nicobar Islands The first Indian state where the President’s rule was imposed in the year 1951 was . None of these 44. Blaise Pascal b. 41. Oslo c. WHO b. Which of the following is the least populous union territory of India? a. ICJ d. Kanpur c. Pune d. September 1 Who wrote Ramayana? a. a. March 1 c. Bangalore c. Can you name him from the given options? a. Mysore 38. Lakshadweep c. Vishwamitra c. This personality is also considered as the Father of computers . a. Prague SNAP GK Question Bank 2010 MBA Test Prep 4 . Hyderabad b. Rajasthan c. LINUX d. Vienna b. Helsinki d.. IBRD 48. Noida 46. Moor’s Last Sigh b. Punjab d. The Piano Teacher International Labor Day is celebrated on ___every year. Shershah Suri d.. a. Surat b. May 1 43. Maharishi Valmiki d. d.

c. d. The earth’s axis is inclined to the ___ to the plane of its orbit. Leila Seth c. Tropic of Cancer b. 60. What is the capital of Tanzania? a. None of these 58. Mihir Gupta b. Which of the following represents the name of the India’s first indigenously built submarine? a. 52. Andhra Pradesh b. She is the first woman Chief Justice of a High Court in India. d. 1943 c.5° c. Andes d. Madhya Pradesh d. 1945 63. M. Christiana is the former name of which of the following cities? a.5° b. Tropic of Capricorn c. oxygen Which of the following is NOT matched properly? Mountain Range a. 46. Kadambini Ganguli d. helium 59. SNAP GK Question Bank 2010 MBA Test Prep 5 .50. is the news agency of a. 1941 b. 328 BC In which of the following years did United Nations (UN) come into existence? a. Equator The second most abundant gas in the atmosphere after nitrogen is a. 1944 d. 323 BC b. UK b. 66. 324 BC c. Dina Vakil Who is the first Indian to have crossed the English Channel? a. carbon dioxide c. Kiev b. Ottawa d. USA c. Mihir Mukherjee Mohiniattam is a dance form from a. Copenhagen b. Uttar Pradesh b. Germany d. None of these 62.5° 57. hydrogen b. Himalayan Karakoram b. Dodoma ‘AFP’. INS Vibhuti Narora Atomic Power station is in a. Tamil Nadu 56. Rajasthan 55. Kerala 52. INS Delhi c. Mihir Sen d. Berlin 51. Tamil Nadu d. Oslo c. 326 BC d. 53. Fathima Bibi b. Rockies Continent Asia Europe South America Asia d. 33. INS Savitri d. c. c. Can you identify her from the given options? a. Mihir Sharma c. a. Alps c. Karnataka 54. Capetown 61. Which of the following represents the year in which Alexander invaded India? a.8° Equinoxes are the dates when the sun shines directly over the a. INS Shakti b. Abuja d.

U. d. was accepted as the National Anthem of India by the Constituent Assembly of India in a. Khyber Pass is in a. Jana Gana Mana. Uttar Pradesh c. Mount Etna is a famous volcano located in a.589 km c. 4. May 1 c. Secunderabad d. Afghanistan 65. H. Singapore 68. Italy Tungabhadra Sanctuary is located at a. 1950 b. 70. UNESCO d. Hyderabad b. New York c. May 8 b. Bangalore 66. West Bengal 72. P. Geneva The first Chief Election Commissioner of India was a. Argentina b.64. Chennai 67. The agency of United Nations that was set-up to strengthen the international cooperation in the field of education and improve the standards of education is a. Washington b. Trygve Lie c. New Delhi 73. c. 3. J. Phillipines 71. Chennai 75. Sukumar Sen c. The first Secretary-General of the United Nations was a. UNEP b. India c. Kolkata b. Mexico d. UNDP What is the approximate length of Indian coastlines? a. L. 1948 d. 1949 c. 8.924 km 74. d. 1947 SNAP GK Question Bank 2010 MBA Test Prep 6 . S. Mumbai d. Myanmar d. Thant b. Shakadhar b.440 km b. May 17 d. June 5 Celebrated as World Health Day World Literacy Day World Telecommunication Day World Ozone Day d. Karnataka d. Madhya Pradesh b. UNCTAD c. c. 7. Javier Perez de Cuellar Southern Railway is headquartered at a.500 km Reserve Bank of India is headquarted at a. Sen 69. Pakistan b. C. c. Kania Identify the correct match: Date a. Boutros-Boutros Ghali d. First ministerial meeting of World Trade Organization took place at a.

Red Sea and Mediterranean Sea d. d. J. O. d. Sutluj d. Gokhale d. Euclid b. a. Boris Yeltsin 88. Marwan Atapattu d. Chenab Between Hope and History. C. Giani Zail Singh Bhakhra Nangal dam is built over a. Laplace Who is the founder of the World Economic Forum? a. A. 250 84. Arunachal Pradesh d. Kalidas 79. K. Which Indian President has also been the speaker of the Lok Sabha? a. Dadabhai Naoroji c. Maharashtra b. Hume b. Which of the following cricketers holds the world record for maximum number of double centuries in test cricket? a. X-rays d. Venkatraman c. Kerala This personality is known as ‘The Father of Geometry’. 242 c. d. b. Sanjiva Reddy b. Short radio waves 86. Tulsidas 82. Pythagoras c. Mendel 83. Kalhana c. 80. 246 Panama Canal links a. is a work of a. Charles Darwin d. R. Which Indian state has its maximum area under the forest cover? a. Under whose presidentship. Robert Hook b. Atlantic Ocean and Arctic Ocean 85. Robert Allen Who among the following is the author of Meghdoot? a. Klaus Schwab 81. Shankar Dayal Sharma d. Peter Hillary 77. Beas 89. d. c. Red Sea and Caspian Sea Which of the following rays is NOT harmful? a. Mao Tse Sung SNAP GK Question Bank 2010 MBA Test Prep 7 . Martin Crowe c. 238 b. W. T. Bill Clinton d. the first session of Indian National Congress took place in Bombay? a. Jack Barry c. Pacific Ocean and Atlantic Ocean c. T. Ravi b. Dr. George McDonald b. N. Appa Sherpa c. W. Bana Bhatta b. Madhya Pradesh c. Identify him from the given options. G. Tenzing 78. Morgan 87. b. Ultraviolet rays c. c.76. Newton d. Mark Waugh b. Bannerjee How many members are there in the Rajya Sabha? a. Don Bradman The person who has climbed Mount Everest the most — 12 times is a. Infrared rays Who is considered as ‘The Father of Genetics’? a. Mikhail Gorbachev b. G. c. H. Babu Chheri b.

Tuvalu c. 2. Madhya Pradesh SNAP GK Question Bank 2010 MBA Test Prep 8 . Birla Foundation d. The second largest Indian state in terms of area is a. Forward Bloc c. Uttar Pradesh d.7% 92. Maharashtra b.5% General Agreement on Tariffs & Trade (GATT) came into existence in a. What is the effect on the density of a gas if it is heated under constant pressure? a. 1. being Republic Day of India. Which party was founded by Subhash Chandra Bose in 1939. World Ozone day c. Bankim Chandra Chatterjee c. Bangkok b. 1947 b. Sweden d. banning of landmines 91. Remains constant d. World Food Day Which among the following is the world’s smallest republic? a. Nauru 95. Tonga b. 1948 c. K. d. Rabindra Nath Tagore d.4% c. c. AIADMK d. after he broke away from the Congress? a. Tokyo 99. Japan 98. International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking b.90. January 26 — besides. ozone layer’s depletion d. d. International Rice Research Institute is based at a. Who is he? a. Sharat Chandra Chatterjee 101. First increases and then decreases 100. 5. This person has written National Anthem for two nations. 4. 1984 93. UNESCO d. Kuala Lumpur d. Iqbal b. Indian National Party ‘Diet’ is the name of the parliament of a. What percentage of the world area is occupied by India? a. Rajasthan c. Norway b. South Bloc b.3% b. is also celebrated as a. The Ottawa process negotiations are related to a. Rajiv Gandhi Foundation c. K. nuclear weapons b. International Customs Day d. Uttar Pradesh Government 94. environmental pollution c. 1969 Vyas Samman is given by a. It will decrease b. b. Vatican 96. Spain 97. Manila c. It will increase c.

Franklin c. United Nations Educational Scientific headquartered at a. A. gel 112. T. First Asian Games was held at which of the following place ? a. Zambia c. March 4 b. EU 106. table tennis 110. According to latest Census 2001. Michael Faraday b. Which of the following countries was earlier called Northern Rhodesia? a. solvent d. Which of the following Union Territories is the largest in India. March 15 d. Sikkim 103. Hyderabad d. a space observatory of Russia b. ‘The Sojourner’ is the name of a. Paris d. Zaire 104. The Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre is based at a. ADB b.Bejing b. in terms of area? a. Mumbai 109. March 30 d. Mizoram b. B. April 7 SNAP GK Question Bank 2010 MBA Test Prep 9 . space shuttle to be launched by USA for exploration of Jupiter d. Zimbabwe b. football d. Pune c.New Delhi c.Tokyo c. WTO 107. Milk is basically a type of a. Daman & Diu 108. Brettonwoods conference is related with the establishment of a. Bangalore b. suspension d. Manipur c. lawn tennis d. a vehicle deployed by NASA on Mars c. Geneva and Cultural c. this year’s Booker Prize winning book 114. Hyderabad b.Singapore 111.102. Dadra & Nagar Haveli c. Goa d. Namibia (UNESCO) is Organization d. emulsion b. hockey b. Which city is known as the ‘Garden city of India’? a. New Delhi c. World Consumer Rights Day is observed on a. Andman & Nicobar islands d. Scientific principle of electric motor was discovered by a. Rome b. Enrico Fermi c. the least populated state in India is a. New York 105. Thiruvananthapuram d. Bangalore c. Marcel Corbillion Cup is associated with a. Pondicherry b. Edison 113. IMF c.

Madrid 117. Andhra Pradesh b. In which of the following years was the name of G7 changed to G8? a. Nigeria 122. flood control b. milk d. Chinese b. Which of the following is not an official language of the United Nations? a. fish production 123. ‘White Revolution’ is related with a. Karnataka d. carbon monoxide d. 1994 b. 690 km 127. June 19 d. sulphur dioxide 124. wheat production d. This Indian state is the most literate. 220 km b. Nawang Gombu d. Lisbon c. Which of the following days is celebrated as the World Food Day throughout the world? a. Golden Revolution is associated with the increased production of a. 1999 d. Huen Tsang visited India during the reign of a. chloroflourocarbons d. The capital of Portugal is a. New York c. Ang Rita c. London d. December 10 125. Geneva 118. Ozone layer is depleted the most by a. fruits 128. Brussels d. carbon dioxide c. fertilisers b. German 120. Ashok d. Kanishka b. copper and zinc b. Arabic d. April 14 b. French c. Temba Tsheri b. Chile c. The youngest mountaineer to have scaled Mount Everest is a. What is the limit of thermosphere. sulphur and copper d. eggs c. a division of atmosphere? a. 430 km c. Chandragupta 119. zinc and sulphur c. Pakistan c. a. Which of the following countries is not a member of G-15 group? a. milk production b. biggest producer of natural rubber and is promoted by the tag line God’s Own Country. 1998 121. Identify the state in question from the given options. October 16 c. Kenya b. Amnesty International? a. Brass is an alloy that is made up of a. Tamil Nadu 116. 1996 c. 810 km d.115. Where are the headquarters of the world’s foremost Human Right’s Organization. Berlin b. Kerala c. zinc and magnesium 126. Harsha c. Fu Dorjee SNAP GK Question Bank 2010 MBA Test Prep 10 . Algiers b.

LIBOR stands for a. 38th Constitutional amendment b. 1952 135. Animal that can live both on land and water. capitalist 137. Sikhism 141. Pune c. C. R. ‘Cue’ is a term used in a. are known as a. October 7 c. biotechnology c. The application of mathematics to the study of living beings is known as a. Tilak d. September 27 d. Bhilai c. C.O. September 3 130. 1954 d. bionics d. was the title given to a. decrease friction d. increase stability 140.F. Lucknow 136. billiards d. When was the rupee devalued for the first time after independence? a. A person bends forward while climbing to a. Word ‘secular’. Hyderabad d. 36th Constitutional amendment c. 44th Constitutional amendment d. None of the above 133. None of these SNAP GK Question Bank 2010 MBA Test Prep 11 . London Inter Bank Offer Rate c. 42nd Constitutional amendment 139. Dass b. biometry 132. The nature of Indian Economy can best be described as a. Central Drug Research Institute (CDRI) is based at a. 1949 c. reduce atmospheric pressure c. Luxemburg International Banks Organisation Regime d. are the sacred text of a. None of these b.G. A. Buddhism b. mixed c. 1948 b. amphibians d. chess 138. B. Durgapur d. Jainism b. Hinduism d. Andrews 134. Jabalpur b. football c. India’s first steel plant was set-up at a. was inserted into the Constitution of India with the help of a. August 16 b. Tripitakas.129. socialist b. Rourkela b. The World Tourism Day is celebrated on a. reptiles c. hockey d. Jamshedpur 131. ‘Deenabandhu’. Hume c. bionomics b. mammals b. avoid slip-ups c. Long Island Borrowing Offer Rate b.

G. Karnataka 146. Which of the following countries is also known as ‘Dairy of Northern Europe’? a. sedimentary rocks c. 56% c. Pick the odd one out. Perez de Cuellar d. Bharat Natyam b.C. Who was the person behind the ‘Kuka movement’? a. Boutros-Boutros Ghali b. Uttar Pradesh c. K. Mohiniattam c. Madhya Pradesh b. Denmark d. None of these 145. Juan Antonio Samaranch c.142. metamorphic rocks b. Kerala d. is a. Sir Syed Ahmad Khan 152. Approximately 90 percent of the earth’s crust is made up of a. Belgium 150. 30 d. first governor of RBI c. how many members are there from the Union Territories? a. Peseta 151. Alexander Flemming 148. a. Odissi d. V. Who among the following is credited with the invention of polio vaccine? a. 47% b. Charles Darwin d. Finland c. Sanjukta Panigrahi was a famous dancer of a. None of these 147. Jonas Salk d. Which of the following personalities gave ‘The Laws of Heredity’? a. Kunwar Singh b. Rand b. India’s percentage area under agriculture is a. In the 552 — strong Lok Sabha. Louis Pasteur b. igneous rocks d. Robert Hook b. William Harvey SNAP GK Question Bank 2010 MBA Test Prep 12 . first chair person of finance commission of India b. ‘Sugar Bowl of India’. B. 10 b. Kofi Annan 149. Currency of Denmark is a. 20 c. Albert Sabin c. first finance minister of Independent India d. Pound d. Mendel c. Guru Ram Singh d. Phadke c. Kathak 143. Neyogy was the a. 74% 144. Krone c. Switzerland b. 40 153. 63% d. J.

metalloids c. a.1980 b. Legislature b. Lord Rippon 163. K. Which of the following article is related to Finance Commissions ? a. is a book authored by a. 1993 c. Executive d. which of the following is NOT one of the main organs of the Government? a. English d. Which of the following is a Central Government Tax? a. as the language of the state? a. Octroi c. English education in India was introduced by a. 270 c. alloys b. Chittaranjan Das d. Name the personality who was also known as Deshbandhu. E. Bhopal Gas leak disaster took place in the year… a. According to the Constitution of India. Sports c. 1995 160. Mulk Raj Anand 165. Chief Justice d. chalkogens SNAP GK Question Bank 2010 MBA Test Prep 13 . Metals which chemically behave both as metals and non-metals are called a. Kashmiri c. Choudhary b. Nepali b. IT 158. Madan Mohan Malviya 155. Radhakrishanan b. Which of the following is NOT the language enshrined in the eighth schedule of the Indian Constitution. S. M. 1992 b. 1928 d. 260 b. Governor is apointed by the a. G. Medicine b. Foster c. Judiciary 161. My Passage from India. Sales tax 162. Nirad C. Lord Dalhousie b. Bureaucracy c. President c. 290 d. halogens d. None of these d. 1922 c. Chief Justice of the concerned state’s high court 164. Income tax b. Gokhale c. 1994 d. Lord Macaulay d. Konkani 156.154. 1915 b. Prime Minister b.1994 d. 1931 166. World Trade Organization came into existence in a. Lord Curzon d. Corporation tax c. 280 159. When did the Second Round Table conference take place? a.1984 c. The Dewang Mehta award is given in the field of a.1990 157. Ismail Merchant d.

Can you identify him from the given options? a. Amazon d. The fear of heights is termed as a. wavelength d. Karnataka c. ‘Manchester of South India’. Varanasi b. Chicago b. Vitamin C c. Tamil Nadu 173. Swami Vivekananda d. Washington DC 177. Article 360 d. Article 370 170. sound b. Tamilnadu Express b. Mahavir Swami c. acrophobia b. Madhya Pradesh b. Nile b. He is also known as the ‘Light of Asia’. Yangtze 172. Which of the following trains is India’s first certified ISO-9001 train? a. Decibel is the unit of a. Vitamin B b. New York d. Bhopal Express d. Ying c. Madurai c. Gautam Buddha 178. frequency c. Lord Minto d. Jing d. is a. ‘Hasan’ is situated in a. Jalianwala Bagh massacre took place during the governorship of a. Hyderabad d. Article 356 c. Article 352 b. One-third b. Bangalore b. phosophophobia c. Approximately what portion of the world’s population reside in India? a. Orissa d. hydrophobia 168. Lord Ripon c. Lord Dalhousie b. AP Express 179. Lord Chelmsford 169. Magadh Express c. Jang 180. One-fifth 175. The largest river (in terms of volume of water it carries) is a. Vitamin K d. Central Leather Research Institute (CLRI) is based at a. Guru Nanak Dev b. Which of the following represents the name of the Chinese character on whom the emblem of Beijing Olympics is based? a. Vitamin A 171. Which of the following US state is also known as the ‘Empire State’? a. Coimbatore d. Scurvy is a disease caused by the deficiency of a. One-sixth 174. Chennai c. Mississippi Missouri c. One-fourth c. Yan b. Kanpur SNAP GK Question Bank 2010 MBA Test Prep 14 . luminous intensity 176. Which of the following articles of the Constitution deals with Financial Emergency? a. Thiruvananthapuram d.167. San Francisco c. claustrophobia d.

United Kingdom 193. Pacific d. Kathmandu d. is based at a. 2002 194. 57. V. Kolkata b. Arunachal Pradesh b. Indian 188. 63. a Greek philosopher b. Bangalore c. a. Assam d.34% c. The literacy rate of India according to 2001 census is a. Deepak Parekh c. ‘Manas Tiger Sanctuary’. 61.86% b. Narasimhan b. Bihar c. V. Arundhati Roy d. K. West Bengal d. Rohington Mistry c. Arctic b. Adolf Hitler b. North Korea and South Korea are divided by a. Euro was launched in 12 European Union Countries on January 1. SAARC was formed in a. Jakarta d. Anurag Mathur 182.38% d. 1984 c. Panini was a. Finland c. Durand line b. Mein Kemf is authored by a. Ramesh Gelli 184. 49th Parallel d. Vikram Seth b. Which Indian state has the least literacy rate? a. 38th Parallel b. P. Global Trust Bank is founded by… a. Norway d. 1982 c. Atlantic c. Uttar Pradesh c. 2001 c. 1985 d. Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology (CCMB). 1986 192. Which of the following is the largest and the deepest ocean of the world? a. Chennai b. Kuala Lumpur SNAP GK Question Bank 2010 MBA Test Prep 15 . Hyderababd 183. Kamath d. Rajasthan 185. Karl Marx d. Male b.98% 189. Benito Mussolini 187. 65.181. Napoleon Bonaparte c. Orissa 191. Rajasthan d. a sanskrit grammarian of vedic times d. Greece b. ASEAN is headquartered at a. 17th Parallel 190. 2000 b. Which of the following is NOT the member of the European Union? a. Who wrote the book The Algebra of Infinite Justice? a. 2003 c. is in a. an Indian astronomer and famous mathematician c. great poet of ancient times 186.

Arunachal Pradesh b. Which of the following is the capital of Zimbabwe? a. Who is the youngest cricketer in the world to have played 100 test matches? a. 1937 d. Mizoram c. Harare d. Mahanadi 200. Indira Gandhi c. Which Indian state is inhabited by ‘Jaintiya tribes’? a. 1947 b. Abidjan c. Michael Bevan d. Mohammed Sami c. TISCO was established in a. Sarojini Naidu 196. Manipur 199. Sucheta Kripalani d. Sachin Tendulkar 198.195. Godavary c. Vijaylakshmi Pandit b. Shoaib Akhtar b. Dar-es-Salam b. 1927 d. Krishna d. Meghalaya c. 1907 SNAP GK Question Bank 2010 MBA Test Prep 16 . Nagarjuna Sagar is a dam built over a. Which of the following personalities is the first woman chairperson of Planning Commission of India? a. Nairobi 197. Cauvery b.

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