General Awareness Quiz For Upcoming 2016-17 Exams

1.Solids which conduct electricity at higher temperature but not at lower temperature are called. 
(A)  super-conductor 
(B)  metallic-conductor
(C)  semi-conductor
(D)  insulator

2. Which one of the following has greatest mass?
(A)  electron 
(B)  proton
(C)  neutron
(D)  hydrogen nucleus
3. A television channel is characterised by 
(A)  frequency of transmitted signal
(B)  velocity of transmitted signal
(C)  physical dimension of television screen
(D)  size of picture tube.

4. The first computer mouse was built by
(A)  Douglas- Engelbart
(B)  William English
(C)  Oaniel Coogher 
(D)  Robert Zawacki

5. An organization’s profitability depends on 
(A)  Quality of data processed 
(B)  Quantity of data processed
(C)  Speed of processing the data
(D)  Both (A) and (C)

6. The density of water is 1 g/cc. This is strictly valid at
(A)  0C 
(B)  4C
(C)  25C 
(D)  100C

7. The process of photosynthesis involves conversion of  
(A)  chemical energy into radiant energy
(B)  chemical energy into mechanical energy
(C)  Solar energy into chemical energy
(D)  mechanical energy into solar energy

8. A colloidal system in which a liquid is dispersed in liquid is called
(A)  gel 
(B)  emulsion
(C)  sol 
(D)  precipitate

9. The antiseptic compound present in dettol is
(A)  Iodine 
(B)  Chloroxylenol
(C)  Biothional 
(D)  Cresol

10. As per the TRIPS Agreement- 1994, a good originating from a region with specific character/quality/reputation is covered/to be protected under the IPR as
(A)  Patent 
(B)  Trademark
(C)  Trade secret 
(D)  GI (Geographical Indicator)