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Questions & Answers for Class 6-8, November-2014

1) The largest coffee growing country in the world is?
a. Cuba
b. Brazil
c. Argentina
d. China
The correct answer is : Brazil
2) Border line between India and China is called?
a. Durand line
b. McMohan line
c. Radcliffe line
d. Maginot line
The correct answer is : McMohan line
3) Second highest mountain peak in the world is?
a. Mt. Everest
b. Kanchanjunga
c. K2 (Godwin Austin)
d. Makalu
The correct answer is : K2 (Godwin Austin)
4) Largest salt water lake in the world is?
a. Caspian sea
b. South-china sea
c. Lake superior
d. Lake baikal
The correct answer is : Caspian sea
5) Who is the author of the book - Glimpses of World History?
a. Mahatma Gandhi
b. Abul Kalam Azad
c. Bal Gangadhar Tilak
d. Jawahar Lal Nehru
The correct answer is : Jawahar Lal Nehru
6) Study of heavenly bodies is called?
a. Astronomy
b. Astrology
c. Geology
d. Holography
The correct answer is : Astronomy
7) Instrument used to measure the strength of an electric current is called?
a. Voltmeter
b. Ammeter
c. Hydrometer
d. Altimeter
The correct answer is : Ammeter
8) Common name of solid carbondioxide is?
a. Gypsum
b. Heavy water
c. Dry ice
d. Marsh gas
The correct answer is : Dry ice
9) A paper written in one own's handwriting is called?
a. Manuscript
b. Scroll
c. Parchment
d. Transcript
The correct answer is : Manuscript
10) Synonym of the word Tentative is?
a. Unreliable
b. Current
c. Provisional
d. Final
The correct answer is : Provisional
11) Antonym of the word Jubilant is?
a. Elation
b. Genuine
c. Secular
d. Depressed
The correct answer is : Depressed
12) Idiom - "To cool one's heels" means?
a. To rest for sometime
b. To give no importance to someone
c. To remain in a comfortable position
d. To be kept waiting for sometime
The correct answer is : To be kept waiting for sometime
13) Which of the following is a perfect square?
a. 4624
b. 4620
c. 4636
d. 4691
The correct answer is : 4624
14) Bishop, Castling, Gambit and Stalemate terms are related to which sports?
a. Boxing
b. Chess
c. Archery
d. Billiards
The correct answer is : Chess
15) ROM stands for?
a. Random Only Memory
b. Readable Only Memory
c. Real Online Memory
d. Read Only Memory
The correct answer is : Read Only Memory
16) National Science Day is celebrated on?
a. 28 December
b. 28 July
c. 28 February
d. 28 April
The correct answer is : 28 February
17) Who is the creator of the character - Spiderman?
a. Ian Fleming
b. Stan Lee
c. Rudyard Kipling
d. Walt Disney
The correct answer is : Stan Lee
18) Headquarter of United Nations Organisation is at?
a. New York
b. Vienna
c. Geneva
d. Washington DC
The correct answer is : New York
19) Who is the founder of Facebook?
a. Mark Zuckerberg
b. Bill Gates
c. Larry Page
d. Larry Ellison
The correct answer is : Mark Zuckerberg
20) Largest museum of India is located at?
a. New Delhi
b. Mumbai
c. Kolkata
d. Chennai
The correct answer is : Kolkata
21) Which river is known as Bihar ka Shok (Sorrow of Bihar)?
a. Ganga
b. Sone
c. Cauvery
d. Kosi
The correct answer is : Kosi
22) While selling a book for Rs 600 a seller makes a profit of Rs 100. Find out his profit%?
a. 10
b. 15
c. 20
d. 25
The correct answer is : 20
23) Find the H.C.F. of 80, 120 and 150?
a. 10
b. 15
c. 20
d. 25
The correct answer is : 10
24) Symbol of element Gold is?
a. Ag
b. Au
c. As
d. Al
The correct answer is : Au
25) Scientific name of Mango is?
a. Mangifera indica
b. Citrus aurantium
c. Tamarindus indica
d. Musa paradisicum
The correct answer is : Mangifera indica
26) Unit of Frequency is?
a. J
b. Cd
c. Hz
d. F
The correct answer is : Hz
27) The following are all computing devices, except?
a. notebook computers
b. cellular telephones
c. digital scanners
d. personal digital assistant
The correct answer is : digital scanners
28) Who is the supreme commander of the armed forces of India?
a. Prime minister
b. Defence minister
c. President
d. Parliament
The correct answer is : President
29) Who defeated Ibrahim Lodhi in the second battle of Panipat?
a. Humayun
b. Babur
c. Akbar
d. Jehangir
The correct answer is : Babur
30) Outer layer of the earth is called?
a. Inner core
b. Outer core
c. Mantle
d. Crust
The correct answer is : Crust
31) Layers of the earth's atmosphere in which aeroplane flies is called?
a. Troposphere
b. Stratosphere
c. Mesosphere
d. Exosphere
The correct answer is : Stratosphere
32) Which of the following soil is suitable for cultivation of cotton?
a. Alluvial soil
b. Red soil
c. Laterite soil
d. Black soil
The correct answer is : Black soil
33) How many times India have won the Cricket World Cup?
a. 1
b. 2
c. 3
d. 4
The correct answer is : 2
34) Which part of the body is affected by Tuberculosis?
a. Lungs
b. Heart
c. Spleen
d. Liver
The correct answer is : Lungs
35) Who was the founder of Mughal dynasty in India?
a. Humayun
b. Babur
c. Akbar
d. Jehangir
The correct answer is : Babur
36) Which is the first country to launch satellite in space?
b. USA
c. UK
d. France
The correct answer is : USSR
37) Which of the following is not a Fat-soluble vitamin?
a. A
b. C
c. D
d. E
The correct answer is : C
38) Group of instruction that directs a computer is called?
a. Storage
b. Memory
c. Program
d. Logic
The correct answer is : Program
39) Who founded Brahmo Samaj?
a. Gopal Hari Deshmukh
b. Raja Ram Mohan Roy
c. Swami Vivekananda
d. Swami Dayanand Saraswati
The correct answer is : Raja Ram Mohan Roy
40) Who won 2014 FIFA Football world cup?
a. Germany
b. Argentina
c. Brazil
d. Spain
The correct answer is : Germany
41) Deficiency of Iron causes?
a. Night blindness
b. Scurvy
c. Marasmus
d. Anaemia
The correct answer is : Anaemia
42) Ore of Lead is?
a. Bauxite
b. Cinnabar
c. Galena
d. Argentite
The correct answer is : Galena
43) A young person with exceptional qualities or abilities is called?
a. Prodigy
b. Relic
c. Alumnus
d. Antiquated
The correct answer is : Prodigy
44) Capital of Lakshadweep is?
a. Silvassa
b. Kavaratti
c. Portblair
d. Daman
The correct answer is : Kavaratti
45) Vijender Singh is associated with which sports?
a. Shooting
b. Chess
c. Boxing
d. Hockey
The correct answer is : Boxing
46) In which state Malyalam is spoken?
a. Kerala
b. Karnataka
c. Tamil Nadu
d. Andhra Pradesh
The correct answer is : Kerala
47) Who found sea route to India via Cape of Good Hope?
a. Roald Amundsen
b. Nicolaus Copernicus
c. Marco Polo
d. Vasco-da-Gama
The correct answer is : Vasco-da-Gama
48) Idiom - "Bird's eye view" means?
a. An unattainable or fanciful hope
b. A possession that is useless
c. A fair chance or opportunity
d. A overall or cursory look at something
The correct answer is : A overall or cursory look at something
49) The President of India holds office for a term of?
a. 3 years
b. 4 years
c. 5 years
d. 6 years
The correct answer is : 5 years
50) Find the L.C.M. of 36, 64 and 120?
a. 160
b. 200
c. 360
d. 480
The correct answer is : 480