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Questions & Answers for Class 3-5, November-2014

1) Which of the following is the national animal of India?
a. Lion
b. Tiger
c. Elephant
d. Rhinoceros
The correct answer is : Tiger
2) How many colours are there in our National Flag?
a. Two
b. Three
c. Four
d. Five
The correct answer is : Three
3) When do we celebrate our Independence Day?
a. 15th January
b. 26th January
c. 26th August
d. 15th August
The correct answer is : 15th August
4) Which of the following month have 31 days?
a. October
b. February
c. June
d. April
The correct answer is : October
5) Where does a dog live?
a. Den
b. Bee-hives
c. Kennel
d. Burrow
The correct answer is : Kennel
6) Which of the following organ is used to taste food?
a. Tongue
b. Lips
c. Teeth
d. Nose
The correct answer is : Tongue
7) Which of the following is not an outdoor game?
a. Cricket
b. Football
c. Hockey
d. Table tennis
The correct answer is : Table tennis
8) How many players are there in a cricket team?
a. 9
b. 10
c. 11
d. 12
The correct answer is : 11
9) Young one of a cat is called?
a. Calf
b. Kitten
c. Puppy
d. Cub
The correct answer is : Kitten
10) How many days are there in a Leap year?
a. 360
b. 365
c. 366
d. 367
The correct answer is : 366
11) Which of the following is the biggest sea animal?
a. Blue whale
b. Dolphin
c. Shark
d. Penguin
The correct answer is : Blue whale
12) Who was popularly known as Netaji?
a. Vallabbhai Patel
b. Bal Gangadhar Tilak
c. Jawaharlal Nehru
d. Subhash Chandra Bose
The correct answer is : Subhash Chandra Bose
13) Who is the author of the book - Broken Wing?
a. Mahatma Gandhi
b. Annie Besant
c. Sarojini Naidu
d. Dadhabhai Naoroji
The correct answer is : Sarojini Naidu
14) Kuchipudi is the dance form of which state?
a. Tamil Nadu
b. Andhra Pradesh
c. Karnataka
d. Kerala
The correct answer is : Andhra Pradesh
15) Who was the first President of India?
a. Dr. Rajendra Prasad
b. Jawahar Lal Nehru
c. C. Rajagopalachari
d. Dr. S. Radhakrishnan
The correct answer is : Dr. Rajendra Prasad
16) Who is known as Father of Indian Constitution?
a. Jawahar Lal Nehru
b. Dr. B. R. Ambedkar
c. Abul Kalam Azad
d. Dr. Rajendra Prasad
The correct answer is : Dr. B. R. Ambedkar
17) Giddha is the folk dance of?
a. Punjab
b. Assam
c. Gujarat
d. Andhra Pradesh
The correct answer is : Punjab
18) Who invented Computer?
a. Thomas Alva Edison
b. Pascal
c. Alexander Graham Bell
d. Charles Babbage
The correct answer is : Charles Babbage
19) Martyrs' Day is celebrated every year on?
a. 15 August
b. 15 March
c. 30 January
d. 2 October
The correct answer is : 30 January
20) Largest 3-digit number completely divided by 7 is?
a. 991
b. 992
c. 993
d. 994
The correct answer is : 994
21) 6500 + 500 + 250 + 90 + 5 = ?
a. 7342
b. 7343
c. 7344
d. 7345
The correct answer is : 7345
22) National sports of India is?
a. Cricket
b. Hockey
c. Kabaddi
d. Wrestling
The correct answer is : Hockey
23) Gir National Park in Gujarat is famous for?
a. Elephant
b. Rhinoceros
c. Lion
d. Tiger
The correct answer is : Lion
24) Smallest state of India is?
a. Goa
b. Sikkim
c. Tripura
d. Mizoram
The correct answer is : Goa
25) Highest dam of India is?
a. Hirakud Dam
b. Idukki Dam
c. Bhakra Nangal Dam
d. Mettur Dam
The correct answer is : Bhakra Nangal Dam
26) Agra is situated on the bank of river?
a. Ganga
b. Yamuna
c. Narmada
d. Gomti
The correct answer is : Yamuna
27) Round 8573 to the nearest ten?
a. 8570
b. 8580
c. 8560
d. 8500
The correct answer is : 8570
28) Estimate the product by rounding each number to the nearest hundred: 241 x 382
a. 800
b. 8000
c. 80000
d. 800000
The correct answer is : 80000
29) Most widely spoken language in the world is?
a. Hindi
b. English
c. Spanish
d. Mandarin (Chinese)
The correct answer is : Mandarin (Chinese)
30) Which of the following is known as City of Palaces?
a. Jaipur
b. Kolkata
c. New Delhi
d. Bangalore
The correct answer is : Kolkata
31) Old name of Iraq is?
a. Mesopotamia
b. Ceylon
c. Persia
d. Nippon
The correct answer is : Mesopotamia
32) Rich source of Vitamin-C is?
a. Apple
b. Mango
c. Guava
d. Orange
The correct answer is : Orange
33) Cataract is the disease of?
a. Ears
b. Lungs
c. Eyes
d. Heart
The correct answer is : Eyes
34) Gateway of India is located at?
a. New Delhi
b. Mumbai
c. Kolkata
d. Chennai
The correct answer is : Mumbai
35) Capital of Uttarakhand is?
a. Lucknow
b. Allahabad
c. Dehradun
d. Ranchi
The correct answer is : Dehradun
36) Sun is a?
a. Star
b. Planet
c. Comet
d. Asteroid
The correct answer is : Star
37) Goitre is caused due to the deficiency of?
a. Iron
b. Iodine
c. Magnesium
d. Zinc
The correct answer is : Iodine
38) Longest river in the world is?
a. Amazon
b. South-China sea
c. Ganga
d. Nile
The correct answer is : Nile
39) Largest island in the world is?
a. Green Land
b. New Guinea
c. Madagascar
d. Sumatra
The correct answer is : Green Land
40) Which of the following is an example of an output device?
a. Printer
b. Keyboard
c. Scanner
d. Mouse
The correct answer is : Printer
41) Which of the following number is completely divisible by 2, 3, 4 and 5?
a. 1000
b. 1100
c. 1200
d. 1300
The correct answer is : 1200
42) LBW is related to which sports?
a. Football
b. Hockey
c. Badminton
d. Cricket
The correct answer is : Cricket
43) Saina Nehwal is associated with which sports?
a. Badminton
b. Table tennis
c. Chess
d. Archery
The correct answer is : Badminton
44) Olylmpics games are held after every?
a. 3 years
b. 4 years
c. 5 years
d. 6 years
The correct answer is : 4 years
45) How many sides are there in a pentagon?
a. 3
b. 4
c. 5
d. 6
The correct answer is : 5
46) A place where bees are kept is called?
a. Apiary
b. Aviary
c. Zoo
d. Nest
The correct answer is : Apiary
47) Who discovered Penicillin?
a. Robert Koch
b. Linus Pauling
c. Madam Curie
d. Alexander Flemming
The correct answer is : Alexander Flemming
48) Scientific study of birds is called?
a. Ornithology
b. Mycology
c. Otology
d. Entomology
The correct answer is : Ornithology
49) Largest desert in the world is?
a. Arabian desert
b. Sahara desert
c. Gobi desert
d. Kalahari desert
The correct answer is : Sahara desert
50) United Nation (UN) day is celebrated on?
a. 24 August
b. 24 September
c. 24 October
d. 24 November
The correct answer is : 24 October
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