Do study these important questions to get good marks in the exam

RRB Group D Static GK Practice Set 70 : Important among the top boards of India Indian Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has started the recruitment process for Group D posts, this exam will be conducted on 17th August 2022 and there is a provision to complete this exam in several stages. It is that now the candidate will have to appear in only one test and on the basis of that all the candidates will be shortlisted.

Today we have come up with the answers to the important Static GK questions asked in the previous examinations for all the candidates going to appear in the Railway Group D exam and these questions will prove to be very important questions from the examination point of view. In such a situation, candidates must study these questions for their better results and to get good marks in the examination.

RRB Group D Static GK Practice Set 70
RRB Group D Static GK Practice Set 70

RRB Group D Static GK Practice Set 70(25 Important Q&A)

Question. Who among the given Indian nuclear scientists is the present chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission of India?

  • Madhavan Nair
  • Shekhar Basu
  • AS Kiran Kumar
  • R. murugsen

Answer: 2

Question. Gurinder Chatta, an Englishman of Indian origin has been awarded the Sikh Juvel Award for 2017 Gurinder is famous in which field?

  • film production
  • medicine
  • race (eclectics)
  • journalism

Answer 1

Question. Which of the following is necessary to maintain individual numbers of species and prevent their extinction?

  • Spreading
  • digest
  • Reproduction
  • respiration

Answer: 3

Question. Which Mughal emperor was sent to Rangoon by the British?

  • Wahadur Shah III
  • Bahadur Shah |
  • Bahadur Shah Zafar
  • Bahadur Shah Ahmed Shah

Answer: 3

Question. In Newlands’ table .. was placed with halogens.

  • Co and Ni
  • Mn and As
  • Fe and Se
  • Ce and La

Answer 1

Question. Which of the following organelles is called the protein factory of the cell?

  • mitochondria
  • chloroplast
  • lysosomes
  • ribosome

Answer: 4

Question. When a stationary bus suddenly starts moving, the passengers standing in the bus start falling backwards. Which of the following rules explains this situation?

  • Newton’s first law of motion
  • law of conservation of momentum
  • Newton’s third law of motion
  • Newton’s second law of motion

Answer 1

Question. In which of the following examples the accelerated velocity of an athlete is maximum?

  • running on a rectangular path
  • running on a hexagonal path
  • running on an octagon
  • running on a circular path

Answer: 4

Question. Why does a runner continue to run after crossing the finish line?

  • The inertia of stability takes some time to stop that.
  • The inertia of motion propels him forward.
  • He wants to make sure he has crossed the line.
  • The friction between his shoes and the ground causes him to move out of line.

Answer: 2

Question. Which of the following gases causes bread or cake to rise and become soft and fragrant?

Answer: 4

Question. What is the name of the new Android app launched by Sachin Tendulkar in 2017?

  • s. R. Tea.
  • 100 MB
  • Sachin
  • Aamchi Mumbai

Answer: 2

Question. The persistence of sound which is the result of repeated reflection is called?

  • rarefaction
  • echo
  • echo
  • reflection

Answer: 2

Question. Who provided the quantum theory of light?

  • Einstein
  • faraday
  • newton
  • plaque

Answer: 4

Question. One of the most destructive volcanoes in recent times has been the Kilauea volcano. Where is it located?

  • Vietnam
  • Japan
  • Spain
  • airy

Answer: 4

Question. Which Indian actor’s biography is titled ‘Anything But Khamosh’?

  • Shatrughan Sinha
  • gharmendra
  • Vinod Khanna
  • Raj Babbar

Answer 1

Question. What is the atomicity of phosphorus?

  • single atom
  • diatomic
  • triatomic
  • four atoms

Answer: 4

Question. India is working with which country to establish a high-speed rail link between Mumbai and Ahmedabad?

  • Britain
  • Japan
  • China
  • Germany

Answer: 2

Question. The egg is brought from the ovary to the womb through

  • VAS deferens
  • oviduct
  • uterine cervix
  • Uterus

Answer: 2

Question. The acceleration due to gravity at the surface of the earth (mass M and radius R) is proportional to.

Answer 1

Question. Which of the following plant tissue is capable of cell division?

  • meristem
  • sclerenchyma
  • xylem
  • parenchyma

Answer 1

Question. Which of the following classification is based on atomic numbers?

  • modern periodic table
  • Dobereiner’s Law of Triads
  • Newlands law of octaves
  • Mendeleev’s periodic table

Answer 1

Question. In the modern periodic table, a zigzag line separates

  • from metalloids to non-metals
  • metals from metalloids
  • from halogens to metals
  • metals to non-metals

Answer: 4

Question. Identify the example of a connective tissue in humans.

  • muscles
  • fiber
  • Bone
  • cell

Answer: 3

Question. Which of the following metals cannot be obtained by the reduction of carbon by industry?

  • Iron
  • Copper
  • sodium
  • zinc

Answer: 3

Question. What is the hardest natural substance?

  • Iron
  • Diamond
  • Copper
  • Sosa

Answer: ?

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