मंगलवार, 7 जनवरी 2014

इंग्लिश क्वेश्चन-31


Q:-01
India has signed a landamrk deal for sale of Dhruv Advance Light
Helicopters (ALHs) with
1. Venezuela
2. Peru
3. Ecuador
4. Chile

Q:-02
Humidity is measured by which of the following instrument?
1. Barometer
2. Thermometer
3. Hygrometer
4. Hydrometer

Q:-03
Rabindranath Tagore was awarded Noble Prize for his literary work
named
1. Geetanjali
2. Rajtarangini
3. Chokher Bali
4. Kapal Kundala

Q:-04
Which of the following department of Indian Government takes care of
education of children with physical disabilities?
1. Ministry of Welfare
2. Ministry of Sports
3. Ministry of HRD
4. Ministry of Rural Development

Q:-05
Amrita Pritam's work "A Revenue Stamp" is
1. A book of stories
2. A novel
3. A biography
4. An autobiography

Q:-06
"Nadi Ke Dweep" is the creation of
1. Nirmala Verma
2. Krishna Sobit
3. Gajanan Madhav Muktibodh
4. Sachidananda Heeranand Vatsyayan Agyeya

Q:-07
The poetic work "Rashmirathi" was written by
1. Maithilisharan Gupt
2. Mahadevi Verma
3. Ramdhari Singh Dinkar
4. Surya Kant Tripathi Nirala

Q:-08
"Operation Black Board" refers to providing schools with
1. Enough number of black boards
2. New type of black boards
3. Training for using new type of black boards
4. All essential learning materials.

Q:-09
Transistors used in electronic equipments are mostly made of
1. Silver
2. Copper
3. Silicon
4. Carbon

Q:-10
The disease diphtheria affects
1. Lungs
2. Intestine
3. Throat
4. Body joints

Answer of Above Questions:-

Question No.         Answer
Q-01      →            3. Ecuador
Q-02      →            3. Hygrometer
Q-03      →            1. Geetanjali
Q-04      →            1. Ministry of Welfare
Q-05      →            4. An autobiography
Q-06      →            4. Sachidananda Heeranand Vatsyayan Agyeya
Q-07      →            3. Ramdhari Singh Dinkar
Q-08      →            4. All essential learning materials.
Q-09      →            3. Silicon
Q-10      →            3. Throat

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