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FDA General knowledge Previous Paper (E) 2021

KPSC : First Division Assistant: General knowledge Question Paper

1. The Banking Regulation Amendment Bill, 2020 passed by the Parliament is not applicable to
  (1) Primary Agricultural Credit Societies.
  (2) Co-operative Society whose primary object and principal business is providing of long-term finance for agricultural development.
  (3) Both (1) and (2)
  (4) None of these

CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Both (1) and (2)


2. Which one of the following elements occurs most abundantly in our universe ?
  (1) Oxygen
  (2) Hydrogen
  (3) Nitrogen
  (4) Helium
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Hydrogen


3. Which state has recently launched a digital literacy programme titled “I am also Digital” ?
  (1) Tamil Nadu
  (2) Odisha
  (3) Kerala
  (4) Karnataka
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Kerala


4. “Utkarsh 2022”, seen in news recently refers to
  (1) NITI Aayog’s strategy to build a New India by 2022
  (2) A roadmap to double farmers’ income by 2022
  (3) A medium-term strategy . framework of RBI for evolving macro-economic environment in the country
  (4) A Railways project to develop rakes as part of upgradation of its mail/express trains
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) A medium-term strategy . framework of RBI for evolving macro-economic environment in the country


5. Aspartane which is more sweeter than sucrose is
  (1) adipeptide
  (2) a disaccharide
  (3) a monosaccharide
  (4) a amino acid
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) adipeptide


6. With reference to Attorney General of India, which of the following statements are correct ?
  A. Argues issue related to Indian Government only in Supreme Court
  B. Argues issue related to Indian Government both in Supreme Court and High Court
  C. He/she can attend any Court in India
  D. He/she can be a legal advisor for full time
  (1) A, B & C only
  (2) A, B, C & D
  (3) B, C & D
  (4) A & Bonly
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) A, B & C only


7. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answers using the codes given below the lists.
    List-I   List-II
  A. Shifting cultivation I. Pygmies
  B. Pastoralism II. Eskimos
  C. Hunters and food gatherers III. Kirghiz
  D. Hunters IV. Rengmas
Codes:
    A B C D
  (1) iv iii i ii
  (2) i ii iii iv
  (3) i iii ii iv
  (4) iv i iii ii
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) iv, iii, i, ii


8. Polypeptides are linear polymers made up of
  (1) Nucleotides
  (2) Fatty acids
  (3) Sugars
  (4) Amino acids
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Amino acids


9. The major atmospheric by product of photosynthesis is
  (1) Oxygen
  (2) Nitrogen
  (3) Water
  (4) Carbon dioxide
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) Oxygen


10. ‘Atal tunnel’ is a highway tunnel, which is built under the _________.
  (1) NathuLapass
  (2) Khardung La pass
  (3) Rohtang La pass
  (4) Zoji La pass
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Rohtang La pa


11. Which Indian journalist has been chosen as the recipient of 2019-20 PEN Gauri Lankesh Award ?
  (1) PrannoyRoy
  (2) Ravish Kumar
  (3) Yusuf Jameel
  (4) N. Ram
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Yusuf Jameel


12. The “CHAMPIONS” portal was launched by the Prime Minister for resolving the grievances of ___________.
  (1) Education Sector
  (2) Health Care Sector
  (3) Agriculture Sector
  (4) Micro Small and Medium (MSME) Sector
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Micro Small and Medium (MSME) Sector


13. Which of the following is the longest express way in India ?
  (1) Delhi – Meerut Express way
  (2) Yamuna Express way
  (3) Agra-Lucknow Express way
  (4) Himalayan Express way
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Agra-Lucknow Express way


14. ————— hormone regulates water level in the human body.
  (1) Epinephrine
  (2) ACTH
  (3) ADH
  (4) FSH
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) ADH


15. Polishing of rice and repeated washing of rice removes the vitamin
  (1) Biotin
  (2) Thiamine
  (3) Riboflavin
  (4) Niacin
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Thiamine


16. ___________ was appointed as judge by Mohammad Bin Tughlaq.
  (1) AlMasudi
  (2) Marco Polo
  (3) Ibn Battuta
  (4) Allstakhri
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Ibn Battuta


17. Jaroka-i-Darshan was the brain ‘ child of
  (1) Aurangazeb
  (2) Babur
  (3) Jahangir
  (4) Akbar
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Akbar


18. After Kabir’s death, his tomb was built in
  (1) Basti
  (2) Varanasi
  (3) Gorakhpur
  (4) Maghar
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Maghar


19. Which one of the following items did not constitute the Roman export to India?
  (1) Gold and Silver coins
  (2) Wine-Amphorae
  (3) Dry-fruits
  (4) Arretine ware
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Dry-fruits


20. Rancidity of oils and fats is caused by____________.
  (1) Hydrolysis of triglycerides
  (2) Oxidation of unsaturated glycerides
  (3) Both (1) and (2)
  (4) None of these
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Both (1) and (2)


21. Buddhism gave more importance to ______________ life.
  (1) Forest
  (2) Urban
  (3) Rural
  (4) Cosmopolitan
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Urban
or
(4) Cosmopolitan


22. An example of amino acid containing benzene ring is ____________.
  (1) Serine
  (2) Tyrosine
  (3) Alanine
  (4) Lysine
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Tyrosine


23. Who was the British Governor General during fourth Anglo-Mysore War ?
  (1) Lord Dalhousie
  (2) Lord Warren Hastings
  (3) Lord Cornwallis
  (4) Lord Wellesley
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Lord Wellesley


24. The famous work ‘Vijayanagara: The Origin of the City and the Empire’ was written by
  (1) Burton Stain
  (2) Venkataramanayya N.
  (3) AiyangarS.K.
  (4) Venkataratnam A.V.
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Venkataramanayya N.


25. Where did Britishers open their first factory in Eastern India ?
  (1) Assam
  (2) Bengal
  (3) Bihar
  (4) Orissa
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Orissa


26. Who declared his motto as “No religion, no caste and no God for mankind” ?
  (1) Shadaran Ayyappan
  (2) Shri Narayana Guru
  (3) Ramaswamy Naiker
  (4) Jyotiba Phule
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) Shadaran Ayyappan


27. Chemical name of Dettol is ____________.
  (1) Chloroxylenol
  (2) Dilute solution of phenol
  (3) Sulphanilamide
  (4) Ortho-hydroxy benzoic acid
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) Chloroxylenol


28. Who among the following was called ‘The Queen of Pepper’ by the Portuguese ?
  (1) Rani Channamma
  (2) Rani Abbakka
  (3) Rani Channabhyradevi
  (4) Rani Rudramadevi
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Rani Channabhyradevi


29. Match the List-I and List-II and select the correct answer by using the codes given below :
    List-I   List-II
  Ocean Deepest trench
  A. North Pacific Ocean I. Tonga
  B. Atlantic Ocean II. Java trench
  C. Indian Ocean III. Mariana trench
  D. South Pacific IV. Puerto Rico trench
Codes :
    A B C D
  (1) iv iii i ii
  (2) i ii iii iv
  (3) ii i iv iii
  (4) iii iv ii i
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) iii, iv, ii, i


30. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer using the codes given below:
    List-I   List-II
  A. Praja Pratinidhi Sabha I. Sir M.Vishweshwaraya
  B. Mysore Civil Service exam II. K. Seshadri lyer
  C. Cement and Paper Factory in Bhadravati III. Rangacharlu
  D. Govt. Soap Factory in Bengaluru IV. Mirzalsmail
Codes :
    A B C D
  (1) iv i ii iii
  (2) iii ii i iv
  (3) iii ii iv i
  (4) iv i iii ii
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) iii, ii, i, iv


31. Who among the following is not a member of the Council of Ministers or a member of Parliament, but has right to speak in house of parliament or any Parliamentary Committee ?
  (1) Chief Justice of India
  (2) Governor of RBI
  (3) Chairman of the UPSC
  (4) Attorney General of India
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Attorney General of India


32. Which among the following is incorrect about Chandragupta I ?
  (1) He had the title ‘Vikramaditya’.
  (2) He married a Lichchhavi princess from Nepal.
  (3) The Guptas were possibly vaisyas and hence marrying in Kshatriya family gave them prestige.
  (4) He started Gupta era in 319-320 CE.
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) He had the title ‘Vikramaditya’.


33. Arrange the following Indian States who have signed subsidiary alliance in chronological order:
  A. Marathas
  B. Hyderabad
  C. Awadh
  D. Mysore
  (1) A B C D
  (2) D C A B
  (3) B D C A
  (4) B D A C
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) B, D, C, A


34. Nicotine present in tobacco is a/an _______.
  (1) Protein
  (2) Alkaloid
  (3) Terpene
  (4) Steroid
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Alkaloid


35. The method of Impeachment of the President of India is adopted from
  (1) Canada
  (2) France
  (3) Britain
  (4) USA (United States of America)
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) USA (United States of America)


36. Ambassadors are appointed by the
  (1) Cabinet
  (2) External affairs Minister
  (3) The President of India
  (4) The Prime Minister
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) The President of India


37. In Parliamentary system, there are _____Executives.
  (1) Plural
  (2) Nominal
  (3) Nominal and Real
  (4) Single
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Nominal and Real


38. Who supervises all the Subordinate Courts in a State ?
  (1) Governor
  (2) Law Minister
  (3) Supreme Court
  (4) High Court
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) High Court


39. Who is the Chairman of the National Development Council ?
  (1) Prime Minister
  (2) Governor
  (3) President
  (4) Vice-President
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) Prime Minister


40. ‘Political Equality’ means.
  (1) Every citizen should be given right to vote and contest elections.
  (2) Every citizen should be given political education.
  (3) Every citizen should be given a chance to work in the government turn by turn.
  (4) Every citizen should be a member of any political party.
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) Every citizen should be given right to vote and contest elections.


41. The idea of a Constituent Assembly was first conceived by
  (1) Mahatma Gandhi in 1922
  (2) J.L.Nehru in 1938
  (3) M.N.Roy in 1934
  (4) Congress Party in 1936
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) Mahatma Gandhi in 1922


42. How much time the Constituent Assembly took to prepare the Constitution of India ?
  (1) 2 years 10 months 12 days
  (2) 3 years 11 months 18 days
  (3) 2 years 1.1 months 18 days
  (4) 4 years 11 months 12 days
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) 2 years 1.1 months 18 days


43. Which one of the following pairs is correctly matched ?
  (1) Darjeeling : Uttarakhand
  (2) Yanam : Puducherry
  (3) Amaravati: Telangana
  (4) Bikaner: Gujarat
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Yanam : Puducherry


44. The Narmada river flows to the west, while most other large peninsular rivers flow to the east. Why?
  A. It flows through a linear rift valley.
  B. It flows between Satpuras and Ajanta.
  C. The land slopes to the south
  Select the correct answer using the codes given below:
  (1) A only
  (2) BandC
  (3) AandC
  (4) None of these
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) A only


45. Which was the work written by HasanNizami ?
  (1) Tarikh-I-Firoz Shahi
  (2) Tajul-Ma’asir
  (3) Tarikh-I-Bayhaqi
  (4) Tarikh-I-Masudi
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Tajul-Ma’asir


46. The seasonal reversal of winds is the typical characteristic of ___.
  (1) Equatorial climate
  (2) Mediterranean climate
  (3) Monsoon climate
  (4) All of these
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Monsoon climate


47. Which of the following statement is not correct with regard to the continental shelf ?
  (1) They are rich fishing areas
  (2) Shelves are absent close to plate boundaries
  (3) They are highly sedimented
  (4) They have abrupt falls towards the continental slopes
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Shelves are absent close to plate boundaries


48. Variations in the length of daytime and night time from season to season are due to
  (1) revolution of the earth on a tilted axis.
  (2) the earth’s rotation on its axis.
  (3) the earth’s revolution round the sun in an elliptical manner.
  (4) latitudinal position of the place.
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) revolution of the earth on a tilted axis.


49. Which of the following are famous for traditional sarees/fabrics ?
  A. Raipur
  B. Molkalmur
  C. Kancheepuram
  D. Amaravati
  Select the correct answer using the options given below:
  (1) A, C and D
  (2) A and B only
  (3) B and C only
  (4) A, B and C
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) B and C only


50. Turkey is located between
  (1) Gulf of Aqaba and Dead Sea.
  (2) Black Sea and Caspian Sea.
  (3) Black Sea and Mediterranean Sea.
  (4) Gulf of Suez and Mediterranean Sea.
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Black Sea and Mediterranean Sea.


51. Which one of the following pairs of continents is separated from each other by the ‘Panama Canal’ ?
  (1) North America and South America
  (2) Asia and Australia
  (3) Europe and Africa
  (4) Asia and Europe
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) North America and South America


52. Which one among the following plains is associated with Limestone topography ?
  (1) Foothills plain
  (2) Bajada plain
  (3) Alluvial plain
  (4) Karst plain
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Karst plain


53. Consider following statements :
Statement I : All the energy received by the earth is from the sun through electromagnetic radiation.
Statement II : The earth also radiates back all the received energy through various ways to maintain the heat budget of the planet.
Choose the correct answer using the options given below :
  (1) Statement I is false but statement II is true.
  (2) Both the statements are individually true and statement II is the correct explanation of statement I.
  (3) Both the statements are individually true but statement II is not the correct explanation of statement I.
  (4) Statement I is true but statement II is false.
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Both the statements are individually true but statement II is not the correct explanation of statement I.


54. Regur soil is most suitable for cultivation of ________.
  (1) Sugarcane
  (2) Groundnut .
  (3) Cotton
  (4) Tobacco
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Cotton


55. Match the following :
    National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries   States
  A. Kanha I. Assam
  B. Kaziranga II. Uttar Pradesh
  C. Nagarahole III. Madhya Pradesh
  D. Chandra IV. Karnataka Prabha
Select the correct answer using the codes given below:
Codes:
    A B C D
  (1) ii iii iv i
  (2) i ii iii iv
  (3) iii iv ii i
  (4) iii i iv ii
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) iii, i, iv, ii


56. On a rainy day, small oil films on a water shows brilliant colour. This is due to _____.
  (1) Polarization
  (2) Dispersion
  (3) Interference
  (4) Diffraction
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Interference


57. In order to double the period of a simple Pendulum, the length of the thread should be _____.
  (1) halved
  (2) doubled
  (3) quadrupled
  (4) None of these
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) quadrupled


58. ‘Project Elephant’ was started in the year
  (1) 1995-96
  (2) 1991-92
  (3) 1993-94
  (4) 1994-95
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) 1991-92


59. Which of the following ‘Tiger Reserve’ and State is correctly matched ?
  (1) Bhadra – Andhra Pradesh
  (2) Ranthambore – Haryana
  (3) Periyar – Tamilnadu
  (4) Jim-Corbett – Uttarakhand
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Jim-Corbett – Uttarakhand


60. The mean distance between the earth and sun is called
  (1) Angstrom
  (2) Parsec
  (3) Astronomical Unit
  (4) Light year
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Astronomical Unit


61. What is the principle of optical fibre communication ?
  (1) Doppler effect
  (2) Frequency Modulation
  (3) Population Inversion
  (4) Total Internal Reflection
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Total Internal Reflection


62. The Electrical conductivity in metals is due to
  (1) Free electrons in metals
  (2) Nucleons in nucleus
  (3) Molecular vibrations
  (4) None of these
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) Free electrons in metals


63. Milk is
  (1) a solid sol
  (2) a sol
  (3) an emulsion
  (4) a gel
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) an emulsion


64. Which of the following processes is used in the manufacture of tyres ?
  (1) Vulcanisation
  (2) Electrophoresis
  (3) Leaching
  (4) Dialysis
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) Vulcanisation


65. During Cyclones the roofs are blown off due to ___________.
  (1) high velocity over the roof and high pressure on the roof
  (2) high velocity over the roof and low pressure on the roof
  (3) low velocity over the roof and low pressure on the roof
  (4) low velocity over the roof and high pressure on the roof
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) high velocity over the roof and low pressure on the roof


66. Which of the following is the most elastic material ?
  (1) Clay
  (2) Rubber
  (3) Glass
  (4) Steel
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Steel


67. Which law explains the periodic motion of planets ?
  (1) Newton’s 3rd law
  (2) Kepler’s 2nd law
  (3) Kepler’s 3rd law
  (4) Kepler’s 1st law
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Kepler’s 2nd law
or
(3) Kepler’s 3rd law
or
(4) Kepler’s 1st law


68. Elphinstone was the Governor of
  (1) Bengal
  (2) Bombay
  (3) Madras
  (4) Pondicherry
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Bombay


69. Aflatoxins are produced by
  (1) Nematodes
  (2) Virus
  (3) Bacterium
  (4) Fungi
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Fungi


70. Which of the following is a Bryophyte ?
  (1) Bog moss
  (2) Club moss
  (3) Reindeer moss .
  (4) Irish moss
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) Bog moss


71. Gymnosperms lack fruit because they lack
  (1) Seed
  (2) Ovule
  (3) Ovary
  (4) Embryo
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Ovary


72. The protein present in cartilage is
  (1) Keratin
  (2) Haemoglobin
  (3) Myosin
  (4) Collagen
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Collagen


73. Which of the following is the most commonly used chemical for ripening of mangoes in India ?
  (1) Ammonium Nitrate
  (2) Potassium Iodide
  (3) Silver Iodide
  (4) Calcium Carbide
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Calcium Carbide


74. Which of the following fertilizer contains highest percentage of nitrogen ?
  (1) Ammonium sulphate
  (2) Ammonium nitrate
  (3) Urea
  (4) Calcium nitrate
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Urea


75. Which of the following is known as “Pond Silk”?
  (1) Anabaena
  (2) Ulothrix
  (3) Spirogyra
  (4) Nostoc
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Spirogyra


76. Barakah nuclear power plant is located in__________.
  (1) Iran
  (2) Japan
  (3) United Arab Emirates
  (4) Iraq
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) United Arab Emirates


77. Iodine deficiency in human leads to
  (1) Goitre
  (2) Asthma
  (3) Kidney stone
  (4) Cirrhosis
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) Goitre


78. Animal cells are interconnected with
  (1) Plasmodesmata
  (2) Plasma membrane
  (3) Cell wall
  (4) Desmosomes
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Desmosomes


79. ‘The Deccan Sabha’ was organized by___.
  (1) Pattabhi Sitaramayya
  (2) Bal Gangadhar Tilak
  (3) P. Ramaswamy
  (4) Gopal Krishna Gokhale
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Gopal Krishna Gokhale


80. To obtain virus free plants, which of the following technique is preferred ?
  (1) Grafting :
  (2) Micro propagation
  (3) Shoot tip culture
  (4) Root tip culture
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Shoot tip culture


81. Which of the following sugar is found in nucleic acid ?
  (1) Levulose
  (2) Dextrose
  (3) Glucose
  (4) Deoxyribose
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Deoxyribose


82. Curdling of milk in the stomach is due to the action of
  (1) Pepsin
  (2) Rennin
  (3) HCl
  (4) All of these
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) All of these


83. During an overnight fast, the major source of blood glucose is
  (1) Muscle glycogenolysis
  (2) Dietary glucose from the intestine
  (3) Hepatic glycogenolysis
  (4) Gluconeogenesis
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Hepatic glycogenolysis


84. All anti-inflammatory agents relieve pain and fever by reducing the production of
  (1) Proteoglycans
  (2) Prostaglandins
  (3) Leukotrienes
  (4) Thromboxanes
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Prostaglandins


85. Which of the following protein was sequenced by Frederick Sanger ?
  (1) Insulin
  (2) Myosin
  (3) Myoglobulin
  (4) Haemoglobulin
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) Insulin


86. In humans, Alzheimer’s disease is linked with deficiency of
  (1) Gamma Amino Butyric acid
  (2) Acetylcholine
  (3) Dopamine
  (4) Glutamic acid
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Acetylcholine


87. Penicillin prevents bacterial growth by
  (1) Damaging DNA
  (2) Inhibiting protein synthesis
  (3) Inhibiting cell wall synthesis
  (4) Attacking cell membrane
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Inhibiting cell wall synthesis


88. The polarity of water molecule is due to
  (1) The negative charge of water molecule
  (2) Difference in electro negativity of oxygen and hydrogen atoms in water
  (3) The readily ionising behaviour of water
  (4) The positive charge of water molecule
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Difference in electro negativity of oxygen and hydrogen atoms in water


89. Sustainable ‘Action for Transforming : Human capital (SATH) program was launched by
  (1) NITI Aayog
  (2) Ministry of Human Resource Development
  (3) World Bank and Ministry of Human Resource Development
  (4) None of these
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) NITI Aayog


90. The term “Maximum Allowable Post-manufacturing Expenses” (MAPE), frequently seen in the news, is used in which context ?
  (1) Data Centres
  (2) Agro-process Industries
  (3) Pharmaceutical Policy
  (4) Automobile Industries
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Pharmaceutical Policy


91. Synthesis of DNA is also known as
  (1) Translation
  (2) Duplication
  (3) Replication
  (4) Transcription
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Replication


92. Melting temperature of DNA is the temperature at which
  (1) Native double helical DNA is denatured
  (2) Solid DNA becomes liquid
  (3) Liquid DNA evaporates
  (4) DNA changes from double helix into supercoiled DNA
CORRECT ANSWER

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93. Which component is used to adulterate turmeric powder ?
  (1) Lead phosphate
  (2) Lead chromate
  (3) Calcium phosphate
  (4) Potassium dichromate
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Lead chromate


94. Which hormone is detected in urine for pregnancy test?
  (1) Oxytocin .
  (2) Insulin
  (3) Testosterone
  (4) Human chorionic gonadotropin
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Human chorionic gonadotropin


95. Project Kirana aims to
  (1) Enable retail sellers
  (2) Enable women entrepreneurs
  (3) Enable farmers
  (4) None of these
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Enable women entrepreneurs


96. “Pradhan Mantri Vaya Vandana Yojana” (PMVVY) for senior ‘ citizens is offered by ___________.
  (1) Life Insurance Corporation of India
  (2) General Insurance Company
  (3) United India Insurance Company
  (4) Bajaj Allianz Life Insurance Company
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) Life Insurance Corporation of India


97. The Global Risks Report 2021 was released by
  (1) World Economic Forum
  (2) World Bank
  (3) International Monetary Fund
  (4) World Trade Organisation
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) World Economic Forum


98. The sector which attracts the highest FDI equity inflows in India is
  (1) Services
  (2) Telecommunications
  (3) Hotel and Tourism
  (4) Drugs and Pharmaceuticals
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) Services


99. The Financial Stability Report is released by the Reserve Bank of India
  (1) Once in a quarter
  (2) Once in a year
  (3) Twice in a year
  (4) Once in every month
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Twice in a year


100. United Nations Investment Promotion Award, 2020 was given to
  (1) Invest India
  (2) Make in India
  (3) India Trade Promotion Organisation
  (4) None of these
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) Invest India

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