You are here: Home >> GK Quiz >> GK Set No. 7

Online General Knowledge Quiz Set No - 7

Questions have been taken from previous years questions paper of different competitive examinations such SSC CGL, SSC CHSL, CDS, NDA, Bank, State PSC, Railways, MAT, CAT, etc.

61) A solid cannot change its shape easily compared to liquid because of
A) higher density of solid
B) stronger intermolecular force in solid
C) larger intermolecualr seperation in solid
D) bigger molecular size of solid

62) A solution of zinc chloride cannot be stored in a vessel made of?
A) Lead
B) Gold
C) Aluminium
D) Silver

63) A steady increase in the general level of prices as a result of excessive increase in aggregate demand as compared to aggregate supply is termed as :
A) demand-pull inflation
B) cost-push inflation
C) stagflation
D) structural inflation

64) A substance which changes readily into vapour without heating is called:
A) Efflorescent
B) Synthetic
C) Volatile
D) Effervescent

65) A super conductor is characterised by:
A) Zero permeability
B) Low permeability
C) High permeability
D) Infinite permeability

66) A very rapid growth in prices in which money loses its value to the point where even barter may be preferable is known as:
A) inflation
B) hyper-inflation
C) deflation
D) disinflation

67) A woman who rents her womb to produce a child for others is known as
A) Biological mother
B) Step mother
C) Surrogate mother
D) Foster mother

68) Absolute Poverty means:
A) poverty in terms of absolute number of people
B) poverty in terms of the basic minimum calorie requirements
C) poverty in terms of the prevailing price level
D) poverty in terms of the absolute level of unemployment

69) According to Article 1 of the Constitution of India,
A) India that is Bharat, shall be a Federation of States
B) India shall be a Federal Republic
C) India, that is Bharat, shall be a Union of State
D) India, that is Bharat, shall be a Unitary State

70) According to Article 23, the following are prohibited:
A) traffic in human beings, beggary, slavery and bonded labour
B) monopoly of trade
C) sale of incenses
D) visit to terrorist infected areas