RRB Recruitment 2016 Important General Science Questions RRB Recruitment 2016 Important General Science Questions
RRB Recruitment 2016 Important General Science Questions Friends, following are practice questions for General Science, important for upcoming Railway Recruitment 2016 exam    ... RRB Recruitment 2016 Important General Science Questions

RRB Recruitment 2016 Important General Science Questions

Friends, following are practice questions for General Science, important for upcoming Railway Recruitment 2016 exam

 

 

(Q.1) What is the maximum limit of sound intensity in decibel units beyond which a human being cannot hear?

  1. 80 decibel
  2. 85 decibel
  3. 90 decibel
  4. 95 decibel

 

(Q.2) Who proposed the ‘Wave Theory’ of light?

  1. Huygens
  2. Albert Einstein
  3. Isaac Newton
  4. Thomas Edison

 

(Q.3) If a bar magnet is broken into two pieces, then

  1. one piece will have North Pole on both ends and other piece will have South Pole on both ends
  2. only longer piece will behave as bar magnet
  3. each piece will remain a magnet with North Pole at one end and South Pole at the other end
  4. both pieces will lose their magnetism

 

 

(Q.4) Why does a corked bottle filled with water break when frozen

  1. glass is a bad conductor of heat
  2. the bottle contracts on freezing
  3. volume of water decreases on freezing
  4. volume of water increases on freezing

 

(Q.5) ________________ is a medication used to prevent and to treat malaria in areas where malaria is known to be sensitive to its effects

  1. chloroquine
  2. isoprene
  3. aspirin
  4. neoprene

 

(Q.6) Wood is the primary raw material for the manufacture of:

  1. paint
  2. paper
  3. ink
  4. gun powder

 

(Q.7) Spondylitis is a disease that affects:

  1. liver
  2. intestine
  3. spinal column
  4. brain cells

 

 

(Q.8) What is the chemical name of laughing gas?

  1. Carbon monoxide
  2. Sulphur dioxide
  3. Hydrogen peroxide
  4. Nitrous Oxide

 

(Q.9) The filament of an electric bulb is made up of which material?

  1. tungsten
  2. iron
  3. stainless steel
  4. graphite

 

(Q.10) Diamond is an allotropic form of:

  1. Uranium
  2. Carbon
  3. Silicon
  4. Sulphur

 

Also Read:

>>> Important General Knowledge Questions for RRB 2016 Exam

>>> Important Indian History Questions for RRB 2016 Exam

>>> Detailed Notification of Railway Recruitment 2016

 

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