General Knowledge Questions Answer GK Quiz

GK General Knowledge - Science And Technology Question Answer Quiz

Q. Bio-digesters have been developed by Defence Research and Development Establishment located in -
1) Jabalpur
2) Gwalior
3) Indore
4) Ujjain

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Q. Planetary scientists call the thin gaseous envelope around the Moon as the -
1) lunar exosphere
2) lunar stratosphere
3) lunar thermosphere
4) lunar endosphere

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Q. The name given to the Lander of Chandrayan-2 is -
1) Pragyan
2) Param
3) Vikram
4) Vijay

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Q. Most commonly used material in making bulletproof jackets -
1) Formalin
2) Coal-tar
3) Kevlar
4) Fullerene

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Q. What is the name of the anti-radiation missile developed by the Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO)?
1) Rudram-1
2) Shaurya -1
3) Pralay -1
4) Pinaka -1

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Q. Green Muffler is related to -
1) Soil pollution
2) Air pollution
3) Noise pollution
4) Water pollution

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Q. Biological Oxygen Demand is a standard criterion for which one of the following?
1) Measuring oxygen level in blood
2) Computing oxygen levels in forest ecosystems
3) Pollution assay in aquatic ecosystems
4) Assessing oxygen levels in the high altitude region

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Q. Which country successfully tested a device deemed as the artificial sun?
1) USA
2) Japan
3) North Korea
4) China

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Q. Who among the following was the founder of Homeopathy?
1) Robert Koch
2) FG Hopkins
3) Selman Waksman
4) Samuel Hahnemann

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Q. What is SMART?
1) A Supersonic Missile
2) Supersonic Missile Assisted Torpedo (SMART)
3) High Definition TV
4) An innovative teaching method

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