SSC MTS 2017 Important General Knowledge Questions
Friends, please practice these questions to gain confidence for the upcoming SSC MTS 2017 Exam:
(Q.1) Who is the father of Nuclear Chemistry?
- John Dalton
- Otto Hahn
- Alfred Wegener
- Raymond Carhart
(Q.2) In context of computer technology, abbreviation ‘OCR’ stands for:
- Optical Character Recognition
- Optimum Character Recognition
- Optical Character Reorientation
- Optimum Character Reorientation
(Q.3) Which among the following is the highest peacetime gallantry award in India?
- Shaurya Chakra
- Kirti Chakra
- Ashok Chakra
- Shoorvir Chakra
(Q.4) ‘Fundamental Duties’ mentioned in Indian Constitution, have been borrowed from the constitution of:
(Q.5) The city of Jaunpur has been named in memory of:
- Mohammad bin Tughlaq
- Feroz Shah Tughlaq
(Q.6) Polavaram multi-purpose irrigation project which has been accorded national project status by the central government is located in which state of India?
- Andhra Pradesh
- Tamil Nadu
(Q.7) Anthrax infection is caused by:
(Q.8) Who is the author of the famous book ‘Bharat – Bharati’?
- Laxmi Devi
- Mahesh Upadhyay
- Umakant Shastri
- Maithilisharan Gupt
(Q.9) Jeje Lalpekhlua is associated with which sport?
(Q.10) The outermost layer of the Sun is called:
(Q.11) Who among the following is remembered in India as ‘Frontier Gandhi’?
- Dadabhai Naoroji
- Madan Mohan Malaviya
- Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan
- Balgangadhar Tilak
(Q.12) Every year 4th February is observed around the world as:
- World Tourism Day
- World Day of Social Justice
- World Science Day
- World Cancer Day
(Q.13) ‘Liquidity Preference Theory’ was propounded by:
- John Maynard Keynes
- Adam Smith
- Amartya Sen
- John Stuart Mill
(Q.14) Which among the following pairs of Indian States – Capital City is INCORRECT?
- Arunachal Pradesh – Itanagar
- Tripura – Imphal
- Mizoram – Aizawl
- Sikkim – Gangtok
(Q.15) Whom did Roger Federer defeat to win Australian Open 2017 Men’s Singles title?
- Novak Djokovic
- Rafael Nadal
- Andy Murray
- Stan Wawrinka
All The Best