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General Awareness Questions For DSSSB,KVS Exam :13 november 2018

General Awareness Questions For DSSSB,KVS Exam :13 november 2018_30.1

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Q1. ‘Neo-Malthusian Theory’ is associated with which of the following ?
(b) Poverty
(c) Resource scarcity
(d) Income

Q2. Which of the following is not included in the Directive Principles of State Policy?
(a) Prohibition of Liquor
(b) Right to Work
(c) Equal Wage for Equal Work
(d) Right to Information

Q3. How many Fundamental Duties are mentioned in Indian constitution?

Q4. Part IV of constitution of India deals with which of the following?
(a) The Union
(b) The States
(c) Fundamental Rights
(d) Directive Principles of State Policy

Q5. Who gave the slogan ‘Back to the Vedas (Vedo ki aur lauto)’?
(a) Guru Nanank Dev Ji
(b) Dayanand Saraswati
(c) Swami Vivekananda
(d) Raja Ram Mohan Roy

Q6. Todarmal was the famous revenue minister of which Mughal Emperor? 
(a) Shah Jahan
(b) Bahadur Shah Jafar
(c) Akbar
(d) Aurangzeb

Q7. Gravitational force is maximum at which of the following place? 
(a) At equator
(b) At tropic of cancer
(c) At tropic of Capricorn
(d) At poles

Q8. Which of the following device is used to measure humidity?
(a) Hydrometer
(b) Hygrometer
(c) Psycho Meter
(d) Anemometer

Q9. Which of the following disease is caused by female Anopheles mosquito?
(a) Chicken Pox
(b) Malaria
(c) Black Fever
(d) Cholera

Q10. Which part of the plant gives us saffron?
(a) Roots
(b) Petals
(c) Stem
(d) Stigma


1. (c); English economist Thomas Malthus in his article “An Essay on the Principle of Population”, published in 1798,made public his theory on population dynamics and its relationship with the availability of resources.This theory is associated with resource scarcity is known as Resource Scarcity.

2. (d); India borrowed the DPSP from Irish Constitution of 1937,the directive principles place an ideal before the legislator of India which shows that light while they frame the policies & laws. They are basically a code of conduct for the legislature and administrators of the country,Prohibition of Liquor, Right to Work,Equal Wage for Equal Work are some example of directive principle.

3. (d); The Fundamental Duties of citizens were added to the Constitution by the 42nd Amendment in 1976, upon the recommendations of the Swaran Singh Committee that was constituted by the government earlier that year. Originally ten in number, the Fundamental Duties were increased to eleven by the 86th Amendment in 2002.

4. (d); The Directive Principles of State Policy, embodied in Part IV of the Constitution, are directions given to the state to guide the establishment of an economic and social democracy, as proposed by the Preamble.

5. (b); ‘Back to the Vedas’ is slogan given by Swami Dayanand Saraswati. Dayanand Saraswati was a Hindu religious leader and founder of the Arya Samaj, a Hindu reform movement of the Vedic tradition. He was also a renowned scholar of the Vedic lore and Sanskritlanguage.

6. (c); Raja Todar Mal was the Finance Minister of the Mughal empire during Akbar’s reign. He was one of the Navaratnas in Akbar’s durbar.

7. (d); The value of Gravitational Force range from a minimum of 9.78 metre per second squared at the Equator to a maximum of 9.83 metre per second squared at the poles.Hence Gravitational Force is maximum on poles.

8. (b); A hygrometer is an instrument used for measuring the water vapour (humidity) in the atmosphere.

9. (b); Only certain species of mosquitoes of the Anopheles genus—and only females of those species—can transmit malaria. Malaria is caused by a one-celled parasite called a Plasmodium. Female Anopheles mosquitoes pick up the parasite from infected people when they bite to obtain blood needed to nurture their eggs.

10. (d); Saffron is a spice derived from the flower of Crocus sativus, commonly known as the “saffroncrocus”. The vivid crimson stigmas and styles, called threads, are collected and dried to be used mainly as a seasoning and colouring agent in food.