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Top 20 Most Important General Knowledge Question With Answer

Important General Knowledge Questions with Answers

Most important General Knowledge Questions are very important to get success in Bank Competitive examinations, Railway examinations, Combined medical service examinations, etc. So General Knowledge is very important for students and applicants. General Knowledge Questions with Answers are provided below, please read the full information carefully. General Knowledge Questions are now available for free on the website of

Particularly for younger students, general knowledge is an essential component of education. It supports kids' growth in critical thinking and problem-solving abilities as well as their expansion of knowledge and awareness of world events. This section contains kid-friendly summaries of general knowledge questions and answers covering a range of topics, such as science, history, civics, geography, IQ, and more. 

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General Knowledge Quiz With Answers
1. Grand Central Terminal, New York is the ___ railway station. 
A. Largest
B. Highest
C. Longest
D. None of the above 

 Answer : A

2. In the Act of Parliament in ____ Laccadive, Minicoy and Amindivi's name was changed to Lakshadweep. 
A. 1970
B. 1971
C. 1972
D. 1973

 Answer : D

3. In which continent, Eritrea became 182nd member of UN ?
A. Asia
B. Africa
C. Europe
D. Australia

 Answer: B

4. Rajya Sabha members are elected by
A. Lok Sabha
B. Legislative assembly
C. The people
D. Legislative Council

 Answer: B

5. Panchayat members are nominated by 
A. District Officer
B. Territorial constituencies
C. Local self-government minister of the state
D. Block development organization

 Answer: B

6. The Lok Sabha present is the ____ Lok Sabha
A. 13th
B. 14th
C. 15th
D. 16th 

 Answer: D

7. The Parliament of India will use residuary powers at _____ 
A. Any time
B. National emergency time
C. Some time
D. None of the above 

 Answer: A

8. The Lok Sabha members hold office for ____ years 
A. 4
B. 5
C. 6
D. 3

Answer : B

9. For Lok Sabha elections, lower age limit is ____ years 
A. 25
B. 21
C. 18
D. 35 

 Answer : A

10. High court judge pension is charged for the ____ 
A. Contingency Fund of India
B. Consolidated Fund of India
C. Different states
D. None of the above

Answer :

11. Location of Garampani sanctuary is _____
A. Diphu, Assam
B. Junagarh, Gujarat
C. Kohima, Nagaland
D. Gangtok, Sikkim

Answer :

12. Nobel Prize is awarded in which disciplines ? 
A. Physiology or Medicine
B. Physics and Chemistry
C. Literature, Peace and Economics
D. All of the above

Answer :

13. The lower age limit for voters in India is _____ years 
A. 15
B. 18
C. 21
D. 25 

 Answer : B

14. Rajya Sabha members are elected by _____ 
A. Based on universal adult franchise
B. Legislative assemblies
C. Legislative councils
D. Both legislative councils & legislative assemblies 

 Answer : B

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15. Chief minister position is _____ 
A. Same as the prime minister
B. Same as the president
C. Both A & B
D. None of the above 

 Answer : A

16. Abbreviation of FFC is _____ 
A. Film Finance Corporation
B. Foreign Finance Corporation
C. Federation of Football Council
D. None of the above

 Answer : A

17. The name of Fastest shorthand writer is _____ 
A. Dr. G. D. Bist
B. J.R.D. Tata
C. J.M. Tagore
D. Khudada Khan 

 Answer : A

18. Epsom (England) belongs to which game ?
A. Horse racing
B. Polo
C. Shooting
 D. Snooker 

Answer : A

19. Italian astronomer Galileo was _____ 
A. Invented telescope
B. discovered Jupiter satellites
C. All of the above
D. None of the above 

Answer : C

20. The famous Golf player of Vijay Singh belongs to _____ country?
B. Fiji
C. India

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Padma Awards 2023 Winner List - 106 Highest Civilian Awards this Year

Padma Awards are one of the highest civilian awards in India, instituted in the year 1954. These awards are given in three categories - Padma Vibhushan, Padma Bhushan, and Padma Shri - for exceptional and distinguished service in various fields such as art, literature, education, science, sports, medicine, social service, and public affairs. In this post, we will share the Padma Awards winner list for 2023.

These Awards are conferred by the President of India at ceremonial functions which are held at Rashtrapati Bhawan usually around March/ April every year. For the year 2023, the President has approved the conferment of 106 Padma Awards including 3 duo cases (in a duo case, the Award is counted as one) as per list below. The list comprises 6 Padma Vibhushan, 9 Padma Bhushan, and 91 Padma Shri Awards. 19 of the awardees are women and the list also includes 2 persons from the category of Foreigners/NRI/PIO/OCI and 7 Posthumous awardees.

·      Padma Vibhushan: This is the highest award in the Padma Awards category and is awarded for exceptional and distinguished service of the highest order. It is awarded to individuals who have made exceptional contributions in any field, including the arts, literature, science, and public service.

·      Padma Bhushan: This award is given for distinguished service of a high order in any field, including the arts, literature, education, science, sports, medicine, social service, and public affairs.

·      Padma Shri: This award is given for distinguished service in any field, including the arts, literature, education, science, sports, medicine, social service, and public affairs. It is the fourth-highest civilian award in India.


Padma Awards Winner List 2023 PDF


More About the Padma Awards: The awards are announced on the occasion of Republic Day (26th January) every year and are presented by the President of India at a ceremonial function held at the Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi. The awards are open to all citizens of India, whether in government service or not, and also to non-citizens.

The nominations for the awards are invited from the general public and are screened by a committee comprising eminent personalities from various fields. The final selection is made by the President of India based on the recommendations of the committee.

The Padma Awards have been awarded to many notable individuals from various fields, including politicians, artists, scientists, sportspersons, and social activists. Some of the notable recipients of the Padma Awards include Mother Teresa, Nelson Mandela, Sachin Tendulkar, Ratan Tata, and Lata Mangeshkar.

Overall, the Padma Awards are a prestigious honor that recognizes and rewards the exceptional contributions of individuals in various fields and is a true testament to their dedication and service to the nation.



IBPS Clerk Exam Held on 17 OCTOBER 2021 (MEMORY BASED)

Welcome to the Govt Job Portal. We are going to share the GK Questions asked in the IBPS RRB Clerk exam 2021. We will share the GK Questions asked in the IBPS RRB Clerk exam on 17th Oct. 2021. These all are the memory-based questions asked in the IBPS RRB Clerk exam. Check the complete list of the GK Questions asked in the IBPS RRB Clerk exam 2021.

The Chandigarh-based coaching institute named as AAA-Bright Academy helped us to share these questions with our readers. Thank you for sharing these questions and correct answers with us.



1.   India’s rank in global cybersecurity Index -10th


2.   National Statistics Day: 29th June


3.   CA (Chartered Accountant) Act: 1949


4.   Youngest Grandmaster: Abhimanyu Mishra


5.   Full Form of OPC: One Person Company (OPC)


6.   Full Form of HAM: Health Action And Mind.


7.   RBI new financial year: April to march


8.   Nirmala Sitharaman Forbes women Ranking: 41


9.   Milkha Singh 1960 Olympics in which city?: Rome


10.                  Ramsar convention completed how many years in 2021? : 50th


11.                  The alchemist book author: Paulo Coelho


12.                  National Savings Certificate Interest Rate   -6.8%


13.                  Global Live Index (Top 5 Cities): Auckland, Osaka, Adelaide,        Wellington, Tokyo(tie)


14.                  Maanya Patel's (swimmer) style of swimming? -Backstroke


15.                  UAE hope probe mission mars launched by which country? -Japan


16.                  SDG Index-Based is based on various parameters including health, education, gender, economic growth, institutions, climate change, and environment


17.                  The constituency for Anurag Thakur: Hamirpur


18.                  Under the Bharat Mala Project how many kilometers of National Highway have been constructed:  65000 Km


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Modern History of India for UPSC, SSC Examination - History of India Video Lecture Number 1 to 3

Modern History of India for UPSC Examination

Hello dear reader, we are going to share modern history classes for UPSC, SSC, and other competitive examinations. We are sharing a major point related to the Modern History of India.

Students who are preparing for the UPSC, SSC Examination must watch this video tutorial series. This is the first post in which we are sharing the first 3 lectures related to the Modern History of India.

The Modern History of India Lecture Number: 1

The modern history of India Lecture Number: 2

The Modern History of India Lecture Number 3

Complete Explanation About ANGLO-MYSORE WARS in Modern History of India

         The Vijayanagara Empire disintegrated in 1565. The power vacuum created after that was exploited by Raja Wadiyar (ruled 1578–1617). Raja Wadiyar expanded the borders of Mysore kingdom and in 1610 he changed the capital city from Mysore to Srirangapatna; which is a rare island formed by the river Kaveri, which provided natural protection against military attacks.

         He was the fifth child of Fath Muhammad's.  Haider Ali After serving for a number of years under the rulers of Arcot came to Seringapatam, where Hyder's uncle served.
        Devaraja ,the dalwai of Krishnaraja Wodeyar II (military leader, chief minister, and virtual ruler)and his brother Nanjaraja, who also held an important minister was introduced by Haider Ali.
        In the year 1758 Hyder Ali successfully forced the Marathas to lift a siege of Bangalore. 
        The young raja Krishnaraja rewarded Haider Ali’s performance by granting him the title Fath Hyder Bahadur or Nawab Hyder Ali Khan.
        Later Hyder Ali assumed control of Mysore after overthrowing Khande Rao in 1761.
        Hyder Ali established Arms the factory at Dindigul(T.N.) with the help of French.

How to learn GK : Easily, Fast and Effectively - Sports GK Tricks in English

How to learn GK fast and effectively

GK Tricks in English

Dear students as Gk is an integral part of all competitive exam in this article we will guide you on study tips on how to prepare for general knowledge for entrance exams like SSC CGL, Railway, State exams, IAS, PCS, CLAT etc.

If a student is aspiring for a government job it is essential to stay aware of current affairs and all GK topics. In all competitive exams, approximately 25% of the paper comes from GK questions.  The extra focus on General Knowledge theory and questions will help students to score higher in less time and this will also help to perform well in Group Discussions and Interviews.

The important topics covered under General knowledge the section in Competitive exams are:
·      Indian and World Geography
·      Indian and World History
·      Indian Polity
·      Everyday Science
·      Indian Economy
·      International Organizations
·      Awards and Honors
·      Current Affairs
·      Miscellaneous GK

·      Sports GK


Now we will provide some  useful tips to study General Knowledge for competitive exams:

Make a time table and plan your studies .

Reading Habit: The Best way is to read newspapers daily. Reading newspapers daily will boost your GK skills. It will help you to keep a watch on what is happening around you and stay updated. Read the editorial of newspapers daily. This will also make GK interesting for you. The best newspapers to study General Knowledge include ‘The Hindu’, ‘Economic Times’, and ‘The Tribune’. Reading magazines like ‘Pratiyogita Darpan ‘ is very helpful

Watch News Channels: To improve General knowledge for competitive exams, watch the news channel daily basis. Some interesting news channel for improving general knowledge are BBC News, NDTV, Lok Sabha & Rajya Sabha TV.

Prepare notes of General Knowledge: For current affairs and GK writing is the best way. Keeping a notebook in your own handwriting. Note down what is important to you as memorizing everything is not possible for anyone. Write short notes, 1-2 liners for examination point of view.

Study general knowledge from the internet: For preparing General knowledge for competitive exams YouTube and Google are the best teachers on the internet.

Take online quizzes of educational websites: It will help you to evaluate your progress and test your performance level. Quizzes help in boosting your confidence and morale. It gives you assurance that you are well prepared.
Dear READER the difference between the candidates who are selected and those who do not is that the former plan their studies and make strategies. Effective strategy and a strong presence of mind can help you achieve success in any competitive exam.

Revise GK using 24-7-30 concept  In general Knowledge section revision is very important and whatever you are studying revise that after 24 hours, then after 7 days then after 30 days. This way GK will go to your permanent memory and you will never forget that.
Hope this article on how to study GK for Competitive Exams will help you in an immense way. Also, watch the GK Tricks video related to the Sports GK.

How to learn GK : Fast and Effectively - Sports GK Tricks in English

Government of India Cabinet Minister List 2019 - The New Union Council of Ministers

Cabinet Minister List 2019
The New Union Council of Ministers

Here we are sharing the complete CABINET MINISTER list 2019 with you readers. The President of India, as advised by the Prime Minister, has directed the allocation of portfolios among the following members of the Union Council of Ministers:-

Shri Narendra Modi Prime Minister and also in-charge of: Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions; Department of Atomic Energy; Department of Space; and All important policy issues; and All other portfolios not allocated to any Minister.

Government of India Cabinet Ministers list 2019

1. Shri Raj Nath Singh: Minister of Defence.

2. Shri Amit Shah: Minister of Home Affairs.

3. Shri Nitin Jairam Gadkari: Minister of Road Transport and Highways; and Minister of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises.

4. Shri D.V. Sadananda Gowda: Minister of Chemicals and Fertilizers.

5. Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman: Minister of Finance; and Minister of Corporate Affairs.

6. Shri Ramvilas Paswan: Minister of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution.

7. Shri Narendra Singh Tomar: Minister of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare; Minister of Rural Development; and Minister of Panchayati Raj.

8. Shri Ravi Shankar Prasad: Minister of Law and Justice; Minister of Communications; and Minister of Electronics and Information Technology.

9. Smt. Harsimrat Kaur Badal: Minister of Food Processing Industries.

10. Shri Thaawar Chand Gehlot: Minister of Social Justice and Empowerment.

11. Dr. Subrahmanyam Jaishankar: Minister of External Affairs.

12. Shri Ramesh Pokhriyal: Minister of Human Resource Development. 'Nishank'

13. Shri Arjun Munda: Minister of Tribal Affairs.

14. Smt. Smriti Zubin Irani: Minister of Women and Child Development; and Minister of Textiles.

15. Dr. Harsh Vardhan: Minister of Health and Family Welfare; Minister of Science and Technology; and Minister of Earth Sciences.

16. Shri Prakash Javadekar: Minister of Environment, Forest and Climate Change; and Minister of Information and Broadcasting.

17. Shri Piyush Goyal: Minister of Railways; and Minister of Commerce and Industry.

18. Shri Dharmendra Pradhan: Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas; and Minister of Steel.

19. Shri Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi: Minister of Minority Affairs.

20. Shri Pralhad Joshi: Minister of Parliamentary Affairs; Minister of Coal; and Minister of Mines.

21. Dr. Mahendra Nath: Pandey Minister of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship.

22. Shri Arvind Ganpat Sawant: Minister of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprise.

23. Shri Giriraj Singh: Minister of Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries.

24. Shri Gajendra Singh: Shekhawat Minister of Jal Shakti.

Government of India Cabinet Minister List 2019

Tricks to remember important days | Important days in Hindi | Important days in August

Tricks to remember important days
Important days in Hindi

GK Tricks in Hindi

Important days in August
Tricks for remembering important days

Mind trick to remember important days in Hindi language. In this video tutorial the tutor is going to explain “How to remember important days for competitive exams”. Complete list of “Important days in Hindi”. We are going to share more mind tricks to remember things for the competitive examination. We already post one GK tricks in Hindi to remember INTERNATIONAL boundaries. Those who miss out that click on the following link to learn: “”. 

This video related to the Important days in hindi trick is made by our GK expert from AAA-Bright Academy Institute Chandigarh who has vast experience in Static GK. Trick to learn important days in Hindi is our 2nd video related to the GK Tricks in Hindi section. Important days in august for all competitive exam. The next video which is the 3rd one related to the GK Tricks will be shared with in 3 days.

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GK Tricks To Remember the Nationalization Date of All Public Sector Banks

Nationalization Date of Banks Trick

Mind Trick to remember the Things

GK Tricks to Remember Banks Nationalized Date

Hello Dear readers, Today I am going to share an interesting MIND TRICK with which you can easily remember the Nationalized Date of all Public Sector Banks. It is very easy to understand. This Mind Trick is in English language, so every user can understand it easily. You just have to remember a Sentence in English language, that sentence contains all bank name hint in it. With those hint you will easily remember the Bank Nationalized Date.

Mind Trick Which You have to remember: 
a PUNJABI boy of name VIJAYA is studying COMMERCE in a CORPORATE college of ANDHARA PARDESH”

The complete Explanation of the Above Sentence:
PUNJABI - Punjab and Sindh Bank (Don’t be confuse with Punjab National Bank)
VIJAYA - Vijaya Bank
COMMERCE - Oriental Bank of Commerce
CORPORATE - Corporation Bank
Dena Bank - Mumbai (This bank don't have 'of India' at last but its Headquarter is in Mumbai)

So here is the conclusion of the above detail, these above 5 public sector bank has the nationalization date of Aril 15, 1980.

Excluding these 5 Public Sector banks (also except SBI group and IDBI) all other 14 banks were nationalized on July 19, 1969.

GK Tricks To Remember the Nationalization Date of All Public Sector Banks

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One Liner GK Questions Based on Economic Survey 2018

One Liner Questions Based on Economic Survey 2018
General Awareness Questions Based on Economic Survey 2018
DEAR Students now in this post we are going to share ONE-LINER questions based on Economic Survey 2018. These all questions are very important for the upcoming Banking examination include SBI PO, CLERK, NABARD ASSISTANT MANAGER EXAM AND IDBI Executive Exam 2018. 

So those who are currently preparing for these Bank Exams should read these One Liner questions very carefully and understand them well. All the best to all participants.

gk questions

Those who are preparing for the following sectors: “Banking, Insurance and other Government Job Examinations” these one liner questions based on Economic Survey is very important.
Those who want to score high in the General Awareness section of any examination; it is very significant for you to know about The Economic Survey and the Union Budget
Below are the One Liner questions which are very important:

Q1. Monetary (Economic) Survey sees Financial Year 2019 GDP developing at-
Answer- 7.0-7.5%

Q2. Financial Survey sees normal unrefined petroleum costs rising __________ in FY 2019.
Ans. 12%

Q3. The amount GVA development has been seen in FY17?
Ans. 6.1 for each penny

Q4. GST information indicates development of ________ in the quantity of Taxpayers.
Ans. 50%

Q5. By what amount of percent Real GDP has been informed this FY?
Ans. 6.75%

Q6. Normal Financial Year 2018 CPI inflation seen at-
Ans. 3.3%

Q7. How much Services Growth has been seen at-?
Ans. 8.3%

Q8. Farming, industry and administrations areas are expected to develop at the rate of __________, ________, and ____________ respectively in 2017-18.
Ans. 2.1%, 4.4%, and 8.3%

Q9. How much Industries Growth has been seen at-
Ans. 4.4%

Q10. GDP raise has average ___________ for the time period from 2014-15 to 2017-18, which is the maximum among the major economies of the world.
Answer- 7.3%

Q11. The proportion of domastic saving to GDP has achieved 29.2 percent in 2013 to a pinnacle of 38.3 percent in 2007, preceding falling back to _______ percent in 2016.

Q12. The overseas exchange reserve has a growth by ________ from the end of December 2016 to the end of December 2017 on a year-on-year basis. 
Answer- 14.1%

Q13. What is the Full Form of GVA?
Answer- Gross Value Added

Q14. The study points out that India can be rated as among the top performing economies in the globe as the average growth during last 3 years is around -------------- points higher than worldwide growth and almost 3 percent higher than that of promising Market and Developing Economies.
Answer- 4 percent

Q15. What is the Full Form of ITC is-
Answer- Input Tax Credits

May be these types of questions related to the General Awareness help you in the upcoming competitive examination. Time to time we will share these types of question with you to make your General awareness section strong.

Recently Asked Static GK Awareness Questions in Banking Examination 2018

Static Awareness GK Questions 2018
Asked in Recently Competitive Examination
Static Awareness GK Questions 2018
Hello dear students today we are going to share some question related to static gk, which are recently asked in banking examination 2018. This is very important to have a basic awareness of history, geography, political and economic theories linked with the actions that are incident around us. Except one keeps himself side by side of the historical background or the geological location of events reported, they will express little of the value of significance.
The questions based on the Static GK Awareness are basically related to the following: countries, events or any other such things that has been in trending news for a while. Now in this article we are going to share some Static GK Question based on latest events. These Static GK Questions are very important for all upcoming competitive examination 2018.

Question1. The Pulitzer Prize has been named after ____________________.
(a) James Pulitzer
(b) Joseph Pulitzer
(c) Robert Pulitzer
(d) Michael Pulitzer
(e) William Pulitzer
Explanation: This is an award for is given for the achievements in magazine, newspaper and online journalism, literature, and musical composition in the USA. 1917 is the year in which this award was established. Joseph Pulitzer made his destiny as a newspaper publisher, and is administered by Columbia University in New York City.

Question2. Name the Governor of Karnataka?
(a) Banwarilal Purohit
(b) E.S Lakshmi Narasimhan
(c) Vajubhai Rudabhai Vala
(d) S. C. Jamir
(e) N. N. Vohra

Q3. Where is the Headquarter of Bandhan Bank in India?
(a) Kolkata
(b) Delhi
(c) Mumbai
(d) Chennai
(e) Banglore
Explanation: Bandhan Bank Ltd. Is in the top 50 brands in India. It’s Headquarter in Kolkata, West Bengal. Firstly Bandhan, is started as a micro-finance company in the year of 2001, after that they received an official banking licence by Reserve Bank of India in 2014.
Question4. NCC is one of the main organization under Government of India, When was NCC established?
(a) 1948
(b) 1949
(c) 1946
(d) 1947
(e) 1945
Explanation: NCC is stands for “ National Cadet Corps”. Its headquarter is at New Delhi, Delhi, India. NCC is open to school and college students on voluntary basis all over India. NCC is a Tri-Services Organization; it comprises of the Army, Navy and Air Force. National Cadet Crops in India is formed under the act of National Cadet Corps Act of 1948. NCC was raised on 15 July 1948.

Question5. World Haemophilia Day is recognized all around the world on __________________
(a) 15 April
(b) 16 April
(c) 18 April
(d) 17 April
(e) 19 April