Railway Question-Answer

3rd Feb 2010 at 11:34 AM | Posted in General Knowledge, GK-Railway | Leave a comment
  1. Q: Ministerial meeting of WTO held in Dec 99 was unsuccessful because of what reasons?A: Environment-related issues.
  2. Q: Name the only Indian President who was the speaker of Lok Sabha also?A: Neelam Sanjeeva Reddy
  3. Q: What was the venue of world cup of Football in 1994?A: U.S.A.
  4. Q: Manisha Koirala is associated with the advertisement of which brand of fan?A: Ortem fan
  5. Q: Name the company whose C.E.O was chosen as the manager of the century by Fortune magazine?A: General Electric (GE)
  6. Q: Which International company owns Lotus Development Company?A: IBM
  7. Q: Which film has won 11 Oscar awards other than “Titanic”?A: Ben Hur
  8. Q: Which states has maximum number of seats reserved for Schedule Tribes in Lok Sabha?A: Madhya Pradesh
  9. Q: French Revolution resulted in the abolition of what?A: Slavery
  10. Q: The Standing committee of state finance ministers recommended in January 2000 uniform rates across the states in respect of what?A: Sales Tax
  11. Q: Which city is known as the “Manchester of South India”?A: Coimbatore
  12. Q: How many states are there in India?A: 28
  13. Q: Economic liberalization in India started with what?A: It started in the year 1991 with the delicensing of Industries in India
  14. Q: Which body is not a creation of the constitution?A: Election Commission
  15. Q: Which was the first Indian company to dematerialize its shares?A: Reliance Industries
  16. Q: Who is the first person from Africa to become the Secretary General of UN?A: Dr. Boutros Boutros Ghali
  17. Q: National Income in India is estimated by?A: Central Statistical Organization (C. S. O)
  18. Q: Which is the oldest company listed in Wall Street?A: Bank of New York
  19. Q: Who led Indian delegation to G-15 summit held at Cairo in June 2000?A: Vice-President, Krishna Kant
  20. Q: “Talk to me” is a promotional campaign associated with which company?A: Toothpaste
  21. Q: What is the expected food subsidy bill for 2000-01?A: 8100 crores
  22. Q: Who is the founder of positive health clinic?A: Dr. Mukesh Batra
  23. Q: First public sector unit registered in New York Stock Exchange on 15th August 2000?A: ICICI LTD.
  24. Q: Which bank is associated with the Sapnay credit card?A: Standard Chartered Bank
  25. Q: Lexus is a sports car owned by which Asian car manufacturer?A: Toyota
  26. Q: Indian population constitutes what percentage of the world population?A: 16%
  27. Q: Sanjukta Panigrahi was the popular exponent of which form of dance?A: Odissi
  28. Q: Who is the MD of ICICI Bank?A: K.V Kamath
  29. Q: What is the full form of TRAI?A: Telecom Regulatory Authority of India.
  30. Q: What is the meaning of Direct Tax?A: Tax imposed and collected directly on and by the consumer
  31. Q: Vishvas / Vikas / Vaibahav is the motto of which private bank?A: IndusInd Bank
  32. Q: Which form of intellectual property can provide the longest protections?A: Trade mark
  33. Q: Khalid Ansari is associated with which publications?A: Mid Day
  34. Q: Which Indian News paper has highest of circulation?A: Dainik Bhaskar
  35. Q: Who is the Ex-officio chairman of the Planning Commission of India?A: Prime Minister
  36. Q: Which Indian TV channel owned the rights for the telecast of 50th Miss World Contest held in Millennium Dome in London?A: Zee TV
  37. Q: Bajaj Auto Ltd. is setting its two-wheeler plant in which south Asian country?A: China
  38. Q: Who was chosen as the Businessman of the Century by Fortune Magazine?A: Henry Ford
  39. Q: Marjorie Sardino is the CEO of which company?A: Pearson Plc.
  40. Q: The speaker can ask a member of the house to stop speaking and let another member speak. This phenomenon is known as?A: Yielding the floor.
  41. Q: Which place associated with the 1917 freedom movement?A: Champaran Movement
  42. Q: Which among the following is the hardest metal among Gold, Iron, Platinum, Tungsten?A: Tungsten
  43. Q: Glass is manufactured by heating which of the following up to 400ÂșC? (a) Lime stone (b) Soda Ash (c) Silica (Give right combination)A: Glass is manufactured by heating Lime stone + Soda Ash + Silica, (all of them)
  44. Q: What was the purpose of initiation of Dandi March?A: To break the salt law
  45. Q: Convulsions in infants is caused due to the deficiency of which vitamin?A: Pyridoxine – A type of vitamin B
  46. Q: Name the only Indian musician to have sung in United Nations (UN)?A: M.S. Subbulakshmi
  47. Q: Who won the Tansen Samman for 2001?A: Ustad Amjad Ali Khan
  48. Q: Who is the Secretary-General of Commonwealth?A: Don-Mckinnon
  49. Q: Who is the Secretary General of Lok Sabha?A: G.C. Malhotra
  50. Q: Name the party that won parliamentary elections in Bangladesh in 2001?A: Bangladeshi Nationalist Party (BNP)
  51. Q: What is the real GDP annual growth rate according to RBI for 2001 – 2002?A: For 2001-2002 it is 6 to 6.5% (estimated)
  52. Q: Who is the chairman of the probing committee of UTI fiasco?A: S.S. Tarapore
  53. Q: Name the country that banned Human Cloning in 2001?A: United Kingdom, around April 2001
  54. Q: Name the scheme that was not announced by the Prime Minister on 15th August 2001?A: Schemes that were announced on 15th August 2001 are: (1) Sampoorna Gramin Yojana (2) National Nutrition Mission (3) Ambedkar Awas Yojana (4) Housing for families of Army Jawans (therefore, the scheme except the above stated ones was not announced by the Prime Minister)
  55. Q: What is the meaning of Hysterisis of an instrument?A: A retardation of the effect when the forces acting upon a body are changed especially a lagging in the values of resulting magnetization in a magnetic material (as iron) due to changing magnetic force.
  56. Q: Which physical quantity’s unit is ‘Tesla’?A: Magnetic Flux
  57. Q: Who is the chairman of Railway Board?A: V.K. Aggarwal
  58. Q: Who is the Vice-Chancellor of IGNOU?A: Professor H.P Dixit
  59. Q: Name the movie directed by Mira Nair that won the Golden lion award in 2001?A: Monsoon Wedding
  60. Q: K. Venkataswami Commission is associated with which scandal?A: Tehelka Episode (Armsgate Scandal)
  61. Q: Who won the Century of the star award in a function held at Egypt in 2001?A: Amitabh Bachchan
  62. Q: Who authored “India from midnight to millennium”?A: Shashi Tharoor
  63. Q: Who is the Managing Director of HDFC Bank?A: Aditya Puri
  64. Q: What is the reason of not falling of Leaning Tower of Peasa?A: Soil below the structure precisely subterranean water makes the ground beneath the tower, unstable
  65. Q: Why enamel is coated on a transformer between its coils?A: To reduce heating effect
  66. Q: How many states went for Assembly elections in the year 2000?A: five
  67. Q: Which personality is known as “Fiat Palio brand champion”?A: Sachin Tendulkar
  68. Q: Name the plant that gives only seeds and not fruit?A: Cycus
  69. Q: Which is a polymer (few options like, vinyl chloride, urea etc. were given)?A: Nylon
  70. Q: Who initiated the construction of Fatehpur Sikri?A: Akbar
  71. Q: According to the World FDI investment report, from the year 2000 to 2001, FDI has increased by 18%. This increase amounts to what amount in dollars?A: 1.3 trillion dollars.
  72. Q: Which state has launched “Apna Van Apna Dhan” scheme?A: Himachal Pradesh
  73. Q: Borndila pass is situated in which state of India?A: Arunachal Pradesh
  74. Q: When was National Tourism Policy drafted?A: The A was none of the given options, as Dec. 2001 was slated to be the month of drafting the policy, finally.
  75. Q: As per the Global Competitiveness Report, 2001 which country has emerged as the most the competitive nation?A: Singapore
  76. Q: An egg sinks in tap water but floats in a concentrated solution of salt because of what?A: The density of salt solution exceeds the density of eggs.
  77. Q: The science dealing with the study of phenomenon at very low temperature is known as what?A: CRYOGENICS
  78. Q: Jhum is a type of what?A: Cultivation
  79. Q: Gasoline is the name given to the same substance as:A: natural gas
  80. Q: Which of the following is an organic rock?A: coal
  81. Q: The writ of certiorari is issued by a superior courtA: to an inferior court to transfer the records of proceedings in a case for its review.
  82. Q: Tata, Birlas, AT&T infused Rs. 300 crores (100 crores each) into which company as it was jointly called:A: Batata
  83. Q: Inflation, in theory, occurs:A: when money supply grows at a higher rate than GDP in real terms.
  84. Q: Aggregate Measure of Support (AMS) in the context of WTO refers to:A: The quantum of subsidy given to the agriculture sector.
  85. Q: Name the official sponsor of the Indian hockey Team for the year 2001?A: Indian Airlines.
  86. Q: Daniel Radcliffe made headlines for getting the role of portraying on screen which famous muggle-born in the literary world?A: Harry Potter
  87. Q: Name the scheme run by Unit Trust of India, which was dubbed “Pandora’s Box of Horror”?A: US 64.
  88. Q: In which year did the first modern Olympic Games take place?A: 1896.
  89. Q: The Pizza Hut is the world’s largest food chain. Name the world’s largest restaurant company?A: McDonalds.
  90. Q: Which is the last letter in the Greek alphabet?A: Omega.
  91. Q: Sound travels fastest through:A: Steel.
  92. Q: Excise duty is tax levied on:A: production of goods.
  93. Q: Which of the following is considered a good source of Vitamin A?A: Carrot.
  94. Q: What is common to these people? Manmohan Singh, C. Rangarajan, Bimal Jalan, L.K. JhaA: They have served as Governors of RBI.
  95. Q: What is common to these cities? Seattle, Doha, SingaporeA: Venue of WTO ministerial conference.
  96. Q: Which among the following products forms India’s largest item of export in terms of value?A: Gems and Jewellery
  97. Q: Who received the Indira Gandhi Prize of Peace, Disarmament and Development of the year 2000?A: Mary Robinson
  98. Q: Jeff Bezos is the founder of which popular website?A: Amazon.com
  99. Q: Who was involved in Hawala scandal?A: Jain brothers
  100. Q: Where are the headquarters WTO?A: Geneva
  101. Q: What is India’s share in total world exports?A: 0.6%
  102. Q: Where is Almati Dam Situated?A: Karnataka
  103. Q: “Wealth of Nations”, is authored by?A: Adam Smith
  104. Q: Hydraulic brake is application of?A: Pascal’s law of pressure
  105. Q: What are the main components of fertilizers?A: Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Potassium (N, P, K)
  106. Q: Optical fiber is mode up of?A: Glass threads
  107. Q: Where are the Headquarters of European Union?A: Brussels
  108. Q: Who is the chairman of UTI?A: M.M Damodaran
  109. Q: Dalal Street is situated in which city of India?A: Mumbai
  110. Q: Who is the Governor of Reserve Bank of India?A: Dr. Bimal Jalan
  111. Q: Ashok Chakra is associated with?A: Bravery
  112. Q: Name the tallest living tree.A: Redwood tree
  113. Q: Who was the founding leader of Muslim league?A: Aga Khan III
  114. Q: Where are Caves of Ajanta situated?A: Maharashtra
  115. Q: How many countries have adopted ‘Euro’ as their currency?A: 12 (as on Jan 1, 2002)
  116. Q: Which batsman has the best bowling record in One Day Internationals?A: Wasim Akram (only cricketer to have 300 wickets and 3000 runs in ODI’s)
  117. Q: Which state won highest number of medals in National Games which were held in Nov – Dec 2001?A: Punjab
  118. Q: Who is “Ranil Wickramasinghay”?A: Leader of the opposition in Sri-Lanka.
  119. Q: Which of the following is the second largest commercial Bank in India?A: According to the latest information ICICI Ltd. has said that it would merge with ICICI Bank to create the second largest commercial Bank in India, in the last week of October, 2001.
  120. Q: Which Indian Film was nominated for Oscar 2002 award?A: Lagaan by Amir Khan.
  121. Q: Which Indian state produces largest amount of mica?A: Bihar
  122. Q: ISO 14000 certificates are associated with which field?A: Environment Management Standards
  123. Q: Which movie won the “Golden Lion” award in 2001?A: Monsoon wedding directed by Mira Nair.
  124. Q: Which serial won the best serial award?A: Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi.
  125. Q: Who is the present Principal scientific Advisor to the Government of India?A: Dr. R. Chidambaram
  126. Q: Which industrialist purchased the L&T shares from Ambanis in late 2001?A: A.V. Birla (owner of Grasim Industries)
  127. Q: What is the former name of the company “Aventis”?A: Pasteur Merieux Connaught.
  128. Q: What was the venue for 2004 Olympic Games?A: Athens in Greece
  129. Q: How many Indians have won all England Badminton Championship so far?A: 2 – Prakash Padukone & P. Gopichand
  130. Q: What is the revised Indian export growth target for 2001 – 2002?A: For the year 2001 to 2002 (April to March) it is reduced from 12% to 9%.
  131. Q: ‘.com’ in all the web sites stands for?A: Commercial
  132. Q: “You give me blood, I will give you freedom”, was the words of which famous Indian leader?A: Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose.

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