General Knowledge Questions Answer GK Quiz

GK General Knowledge - Science And Technology Question Answer Quiz

Q. Which company commissioned India's largest floating solar photovoltaic(PV) project of 25 megawatts (MW)?
1) Tata Power
2) Adani Power
3) NTPC
4) Reliance Energy

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Q. Which of the following is a non-conventional energy source?
1) Coal
2) Petrol
3) Wind energy
4) Diesel

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Q. What does PUMA stand for in context of Robotics?
1) Programmable Used Machine to Assemble
2) Programmed Machine for Assembly
3) Programmable Universal Machine for Assembly
4) Programmed Utility Machine to Assemble

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Q. Microwaves are electromagnetic waves having frequencies in range of -
1) 300 KHz-3 MHz
2) 3 MHz - 300 MHz
3) 1 GHz-300 GHz
4) 300 GHz-400 THz

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Q. Which organization developed an Indian robot named Vyom mitra?
1) C-DAC, Pune
2) ISRO
3) TIFR
4) DRDO

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Q. Which country has become the first one to approve commercial production of genetically modified golden rice?
1) Thailand
2) Cambodia
3) Bangladesh
4) The Philippines

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Q. The count of coliform bacteria provides an idea of -
1) E. coli infection in blood
2) presence of E. coli in intestine
3) Microbial contamination in river water
4) microbial contamination in packaged food

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Q. Identify The INCORRECT statement about water cycle from the option given below .
1) Evaporation of water
2) Water vapour comes in atmosphere through transpiration only
3) Melting of snow is a part of water cycle
4) sunlight is also responsible for evaporation of water

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Q. Ultrasound waves are NOT used for the following purposes ?
1) To locate its prey by a bat
2) To know the depth of sea bed by a ship
3) To diagnose defeat in internals organs of human body
4) To defeat aero plane in any air space

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Q. The Noble Prize for 2018 in the area of physics has been awarded for the work in the area of -
1) Laser physics
2) Black hole
3) Magnetic resonance
4) Gravitational wave

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