SSC CHSL (Tier - 1) Online Exam Paper - 2016 "held on 11 January 2017" Evening Shift (General Awareness)

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SSC CHSL (Tier - 1) Online Exam Paper - 2016 "held on 11 January 2017" Evening Shift (General Awareness)

QID : 226 - Which of the following is a volatile memory  of a computer?

Options:

1) Secondary Memory

2) Cache  memory

3) RAM

4) ROM

Correct Answer: RAM

QID : 227 - Postage Meter was invented  by

Options:

1) Fyodor Pirotsky

2) Arthur Pitney

3) Fritz Pfleumer

4) Stephen Perry

Correct Answer: Arthur Pitney

QID : 228 - Ringworm is a disease caused by

Options:

1) Fungi

2) Bacteria

3) Virus

4) Flies

Correct Answer: Fungi

QID : 229 - Mangifera  indica is the scientific name of

Options:

1) Guava

2) Mango

3) Amla

4) Jack fruit

Correct Answer: Mango

QID : 230 - Crabs belongs to the phylum

Options:

1) Mollusca

2) Cnidaria

3) Arthropoda

4) Platyhelminthes

Correct Answer: Arthropoda

QID : 231 - Who invented  the modern periodic  table?

Options:

1) Faraday

2) Mendeleev

3) Newton

4) Bohr

Correct Answer: Mendeleev

QID : 232 - Isobars have ................

1) Same  mass numbers but different atomic  numbers

2) Different mass numbers but same atomic  numbers

3) Same  mass and atomic  numbers

4) Different mass and atomic  numbers

Correct Answer: Same  mass numbers but different atomic  numbers

QID : 233 - The famous Brihadeshwara Temple is located in

Options:

1) Madurai

2) Thanjavur

3) Kanchipuram

4) Rameshwaram

Correct Answer: Thanjavur

QID : 234 - Maithili is primarily spoken in which state?

Options:

1) Bihar

2) Assam

3) West Bengal

4) Meghalaya

Correct Answer: Bihar

QID : 235 - If hiring an extra worker increases a factory's output from 1000 to 1200 units per day, but the factory has  to reduce the price of its product from Rs. 25 to

Rs. 24 per unit to sell the additional output, the marginal  revenue product of the last worker is

Options:

1) Rs. 3800

2) Rs. 200

3) Rs. 4000

4) Rs. 100

Correct Answer: Rs. 3800

QID : 236 - Which law states that bad money drives good money out of circulation?

1) Wagner's law

2) Grimm's law

3) Gresham's law

4) Keynes' law

Correct Answer: Gresham's law

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QID : 237 - There is a protocol  signed to reduce production of CFC, known as

Options:

1) CFC Protocol

2) IR Protocol

3) Montreal Protocol

4) UV Protocol

Correct Answer: Montreal Protocol

QID : 238 - Malachite is an ore/mineral of

Options:

1) Lead

2) Manganese

3) Mercury

4) Copper

Correct Answer: Copper

QID : 239 - Pune was once  known as the capital  of

Options:

1) Scindias

2) Holkars

3) Bhosales

4) Peshwas

Correct Answer: Peshwas

QID : 240 - Total number of countries in the world are

Options:

1) 125

2) 165

3) 255

4) 195

Correct Answer: 195

QID : 241 - Which among the following is false  about Earth?

Options:

1) It is the densest planet.

2) It is the fifth largest planet.

3) It is also known as red planet.

4) It is the third planet  from the sun.

Correct Answer: It is also known as red planet.

QID : 242 - Anti-apartheid activist ...............was imprisoned for 27 years  by the South African government in 1962.

Options:

1) Thabo Mbeki

2) Kgalema  Motlanthe

3) Nelson Mandela

4) Evelyn Mase

Correct Answer: Nelson Mandela

QID : 243 - Chand Bibi was the ruler of ................

Options:

1) Ahmednagar

2) Bijapur

3) Satara

4) Golconda

Correct Answer: Ahmednagar

QID : 244 - ...............is the 2016 Oscar  Winner for Best Director.

Options:

1) Alejandro G. Inarritu

2) Adam McKay

3) George Miller

4) Tom McCarthy

Correct Answer: Alejandro G. Inarritu

QID : 245 - Which among the following will be a negative  ion?

Options:

1) If it has  more electrons than protons

2) If it has  more electrons than neutrons

3) If it has  more protons than electrons

4) If it has  more protons than neutrons

Correct Answer: If it has  more electrons than protons

QID : 246 - Why metals conduct electricity?

Options:

1) Because of low melting point

2) Because of high tensile strength

3) Because of free electrons

4) Because of high atomic  density

Correct Answer: Because of free electrons

QID : 247 - To become a member of the Rajya Sabha a person should  be at least ...............years  old.

Options:

1) 18

2) 30

3) 36

4) 24

Correct Answer: 30

QID : 248 - How many schedules does the Indian Constitution have?

Options:

1) 6

2) 12

3) 18

4) 24

Correct Answer: 12

QID : 249 - When is International Olympic Day observed?

Options:

1) 16th August

2) 2nd February

3) 18th December

4) 23rd June

Correct Answer: 23rd June

QID : 250 - Author of famous book “12 Years A Slave” is

Options:

1) Chetan  Bhagat

2) Nelson Mandela

3) Solomon Northup Pirates

4) Morarji Desai

Correct Answer: Solomon Northup Pirates

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