Dr. T.K. Jain. AFTERSCHOOOL M: 9414430763

Brass is made from?
 Copper

& zinc

 Insecticide

2-4-D is a : pesticide / weedicide / insectiside / herbicide?

Anand Math is written by ?
 Bankim

chandra Chatterjee

Full form of WMO?
 World

Meteorological Organisation.

Who has written Animal Farm?
 George


Keins Film festival is organised in which country?
 France

What is the real name of Nirala?
 Suryakant


What is the real name of Agyeya?
 Sachhinand

Hiranand Vatsyayana

When did Radio start in India?
 1927  (govt.

took it over in 1936 and since 1957 it is Akashwani).

What is the India’s sea-shore length in approx. km. ?
 5600

Km. approx.

When did telephone start in India?
 1851

at Kolkatta

Which city has famous Jagannath Temple?
 Puri

Who invented Telephone?
 Alexander

Graham Bell in 1876

When was Uttaranchal formed as a separate state?
 2000.

Which is world Postal Day?


Duterium contains how many protons and neutrons?
 One


 Gama

Among Alpha, Beta and Gama rays, which has highest penetration power?

When ice melts, its density will increase or decrease?
 Increase

Who identified the structure of DNA ?
 Watson

and Crick 1953 (got nobel prize in 1962 for this)

Where is Lebrodor current in the world?
Just upper side of Northern America below Greenland.

Where is Kuroshio current?

near Japan

Pacific sea has how much % of earth in terms of area?
 35%

Of the total land surface, how much is in Asia (total earth)?
 1/3rd

Highest peak of Rocky Mountains?
 Alberts

Highest Peak in Alps series of mountains?
 Mount


When was voting age reduced from 21 to 18?
 1989

by 61st constitution amendment.

When was anti-defection law introduced in constitution?
 1985

by 52nd amendment.

 1/3 rd

What was the rate of land tax on farmers at the time of Moghuls? rd

Which group revolted against Aurungjeb?
 There

were many groups which revolted against – for example – Jats, Gorkhas, Bundela etc.

Who followed Arjun Dev in Sikhs?
 Guru

Hargovind singh

When did Jahangir Became Ruler?

Nov. 1605

Who wrote Akbarnama?
 Abul


First Britisher who came during Akbar?
 Hawkins

 Akbar

Mansabdari system was introduced by which Moghul ruler?

Ahmed Shah introduced a tax on Hindus (only on Hindus),what was the name of tax?  Jajiya

 Bodhgaya

Where is Bodhi Tree (under which Lord Budha got salvation)?

 Magadh

Kautilya destroyed the kingdom of King Nanda, who was ruler of which State?

Hygrometer measures what?
 Humidity

In how much time, a satellite located nearest to the Earth, will be able to rotate around the earth?  83.7 minutes approx.

A niddle made of iron will float or dip inside water?
 Float

One yard is equal to how much meter?
 .9144


One KG will weigh highest at which place on earth?
 Poles

One calories is equal to how many jules?
 4.2


What is the measurement of resistance?
 Ohm

A dry cell’s covering contains which metal?
 Copper

Lie detector was used at airports to identify what?
 Gold

hidden in the body.

Giant Panda is found in which country?
 China

Yeast is what?
 Algae

Silk worm feeds on?
 Mulbery

Which Gas released in Bhopal gas tragedy?
 Mithyl


How many states in India are touching Myamar?
4  Arunachal,


Mijoram, Manipur,

How many states in India are touching China?
5 J

& K, Arunachal, Sikkim, Uttarakhand, HP,

How many states in India are touching Pakistan?
4  Punjab,J&K,

Rajasthan, Gujarat.

How many states in India are touching Bangladesh?
5  WB,

Tripura, Mizoram, Assam, Meghalaya

How many states in India are touching Nepal?
4  Uttaranchal,


Jojila Pass has been carved out by which river in India?
 Indus

river.  (Shipki has be made by Satluj, Jeleps has been made by Tista)

Southern Point of India which was washed out by Tsunami?
 Indira


 Durand

Which line demarcates borders between India and Afghanistan?

Which line demarcates borders between India and China?
 McMahon


Which line demarcates borders between India and Pakistan?
 Redcliffe


Which is the highest peak of Pakistan?
 Gresarbram

Which is the heighest peak of India?
 K-2

Which is the highest peak of China?
 Gosaithan

What is the 92nd amendment in Constitution of India?
 It

added 4 languages in our 8th schedule.  These languages were Bodo, Dogari, Methali, and Santhali.

What is the 91st amendment in Constitution of India?
 It

was about reorganisation of political parties after defections.

What is the 90th amendment in Constitution of India?
 It

gave special powers to Bodoland and other tribal areas.

Where is the headquarter of NATO?
 Brussels

Where is the headquarter of OPEC?
 Viana,


Where is the headquarter of ESCAP?
 Bangkok

Where is the headquarter of OECD?
 Paris

Where is the headquarter of UNHCR
 Jeneva

Where is the headquarter of ADB
 Manila

Where is the headquarter of UNCTAD

Where is the headquarter of IOC

Where is the headquarter of ECM

Where is the headquarter of SAARC

Where is the headquarter of UNIDO

Where is the headquarter of CHOGM

Where is the headquarter of UNEP

Where is the headquarter of INTERPOL

Where is the headquarter of AMNESTY

Where is Shivaji Stadium?
 At

Delhi – for Hockey.

Where is black heath?
 It

is in London, it is for Rugby.

Where is KENAN?


Where is CHEPAK




Where is GREEN PARK?


Where is WACA?


 Mumbai

– cricket stadium



 Delhi

– for football

Where is WHITE CITY?






Who was the freedom fighter, who threw bomb on Kingsford?
 Khudiram

Bose and Prafull Chaki  (sentenced on 11 august 1908)

 Bhagat

Singh, Sukhdev & ( Rajguru)  (8 April 1929, sentenced on 23 March 1931)

Who was the freedom fighter, who threw bomb in central assembly?

Who was the freedom fighter, who killed General Dyre?
 Uddham

Singh (13 March 1940), sentenced on 12 June)

First census in India?
 1872  First

regular census in 1881 by lord Rippon (1880-84)

Who introduced doctrine of lapse?
 Lord

Dulhousie (1848) first state annexed: Satara, then, Jetpur, Sambalpur etc.

What is the sequence of rulers at Delhi before Moghuls?
 Chouhans

1100 - 1192  Ghulam 1206 - 1290  Khilji 1290 - 1320  Tughlaq 1320 – 1398  (Temur Lung had destroyed delhi in 1398)  Sayyad 1414-1451  Lodi 1451- 1526

Who were the founders of different dynasties?
           

Chouhans Vasudev Ghulam Kutubudin Aibek Khilji Jalaludin Firojshah Tughlaq – Gaji Giyasuddin (Temur Lung had destroyed delhi in 1398) Sayyad - Khijra Khan Lodi – Bahlol Khan Vijaynagar – Harihar & Bukka Solanki (Gujarat) – Mulraj Parmar (MP) = Upendraraj Pal – Gopal Gurjar - (Nagbhatt I)

What was the capital of Kushan rulers?
 Peshawar

& later it was transferred to Mathura.

 64 th

& 73 rd amendements.  It was started on 2 Oct 1959 at Nagour by J.L. Nehru  Balwant Rai Mehta and Ashok Mehta, and B K Rai, and LM Singhvi committee had given recommendations on Panchayati Raj.

Which constitution amendments are related to Panchayati Raj? th rd

What is the name of parliament of Japan?
 Dait

What is the name of parliament of Egypt
 People’s


What is the name of parliament of Afghanistan?
 Shora

What is the name of parliament of Russia?
 Duma

What is the name of parliament of Spain?
 Kortes

What is the name of parliament of Maldiv?
 Majlis

What is the name of parliament of Bangladesh?
 Jatiya


What is the name of parliament of Germany
 Woundsteg

What is the name of parliament of Pakistan?
 National


What is the name of parliament of China?
 National

People’s congress

What is the name of parliament of Switzerland?
 Federal


What is the name of parliament of Turkey?
 Grand

national Assembly

What is the name of parliament of Malayasia
 Diwan


What is the name of parliament of Nepal?
 Rastriya


What is the name of parliament of Canada
 Parliament

What is the name of parliament of Australia
 Parliament

Who was India’s first field marshal?
 Manik


Who was India’s first Home Minister?
 Sardar


Who was India’s first middle range anti bellestic missile?
 Agni

Who was India’s first Paramvir Chakra recipient?
 Major

Somnath Sharma

Who was India’s first chief Justice?
 H.J.


Who was India’s first election commissioner?
 Sukumar


Who was India’s first person to reach Everest without Oxygen?
 Ang


Who was first Bharat Ratna Winner from out of country?
 Abdul

Gaffar Khan (seemant Gandhi)

Who was India’s first education minister?
 Abul

Kalam Azad

Who was India’s first commandar in chief?
 Gen


Who was India’s first speaker of Loksabha?
 G.V.


Who was India’s first chairman of constitution assembly?
 Rajendra

Prasad  Dr. Ambdekar was chairman of Drafting Committee of Constititon.

Who was India’s first Indian Governor General?
 C.Rajagopalchari  Mount

betton was the first governor general of India.

Who was India’s first scientist to win Nobel prize?
 C.V.

Raman (physics).

Who was India’s first nuclear reactor?

Who was India’s first Indian to cross Pak Street by swimming?
 Vaidyanath.  (Bula

choudhary had crossed English Channel by swimming)

Who was India’s first Gyan peeth award winner
 V.

Shankar Kurupp

Who was India’s first chief of Air Force?
 Air

Marshal S. Mukharji

Who was India’s first chief of Naval Staff?
 Vice

Admiral R.D. Katari.

 At

How many matters are there in centre , state and concurrent list?
the time of independence, there were 97,66,& 47 subjects, but now we have 99, 61 & 52 matters in these lists. These are mentioned in 7th schedule.

What is mini-constitution (an amendement)?
 It

was 42nd constitution amendment – in 1976.

While framing constititon, what did we borrow from Canada?
 Federal

Government structure, and residual powers with Centre.

While framing constititon, what did we borrow from Ireland?
 Directive

Principles, Presidential election system.

 Constitution

While framing constititon, what did we borrow from South Africa?
amendment provisions

While framing constititon, what did we borrow from Russia?
 Fundamental


While framing constititon, what did we borrow from Germany?
 President’s

powers during emergency.

While framing constititon, what did we borrow from USA?
 Fundamental

Rights,  Impeachment motion  Supremacy of constitution and courts.

While framing constititon, what did we borrow from England?
 Single

citizenship  Parliamentary government system

While framing constititon, what did we borrow from Australia?
 Preface

– language  Centre – state relations

While framing constititon, what did we borrow from Japan?
 System

established by law.

When was regulating act enacted on India?
 1773

When was Pitts India act enacted on India?
 1784

When was Charter act enacted on India?
 1793,

1813, 1833, 1853, 1858

What is Morley Minto Reforms?
 India

govt. Act 1909

What is Montegue Chelmsford Reforms?
 India

govt. Act 1919

Which is the most important source of Indian constititon?
 India

Govt. Act 1935

When was dual govt. started at state level?
 1919

The longest National Highway in India?
 Varanasi


– Kanyakumari – 2369 KM

Smallest Natioanl Highway in India?
 NH

47 A – 6 KM long.

Which highway, is just opposite AFTERSCHOOOL?
 89

 Build

Operate and Transfer.

Which state has largest road network?
 Maharastra

First Indian Railway?
 1853

– Thane to Mumbai (34 Km).

Status of Indian Railway in world?
 2nd

in terms of length (1st in Asia).

World’s longest railway route?
 Trans


–syberia route – 9332 Km.

Longest platform?
 Kharakpur

India’s longest route train?
 Himsagar

Express – Jammu to Kanyakumari – 3726 Km.

How many divisions are there in India?
 16

World’s first airway postal service –when and where?
 In

1911 from Ilahabad to Naini

How many national waterways are there in India?
4  Ilahabad

– haldia (longest).  Saia to Dhubri  Kollam to Kottayam  Kakinada to marakkanam.

Largest port in India?
 Mumbai

India’s best natural port?
 Vishakhapatnam

Tidal port?
 Kandla

India’s oldest port?
 Chennai

The union territory with largest literacy in %?
 Lakshdweep

– with 87% literacy.

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