GS One liners Questions 2023 Exam Preparation:- All Competitive Exams In English

✅GS One liners

Question – What is the image formed on the retina? Answer – real, inverted and smaller than the object

Question – Who first prepared the polio vaccine? Answer – Jones Salk
Question – What is the main component of cow dung gas? Answer – Methane

Question – What is the unit of photosynthesis in green plants called? Answer – Quantosome

Question – Newton/kg is the unit of which physical amount? Answer – Acceleration

Question – The disease called ‘Goiter’ is caused due to the deficiency of which in the body? Answer – Due to iodine deficiency

Question – What is studied in Virology? Answer – Virus

Question – What is the chemical name of Vitamin C? Answer – Ascorbic Acid

Question – What is the diastolic blood pressure of a normal person? Answer – 80 mm of mercury

Question – Which color deviates the most in the spectrum formed by the prism of white light? Answer – purple

Question – What is calomel? Answer – Mercurus Chloride (Hg2Cl2)

Question – What is the chemical name of vermilion? Answer – Mercuric sulfide (HgS)

Question – What is called ‘Fool’s Gold’? Answer – Iron sulphide or iron pyrites found in nature

Question – Which is the enzyme found in pancreatic juice? Answer – Trypsin Enzyme

Question – In the intestines, there is a catalyst in breaking down proteins into amino acids? Answer – pepsin enzyme

Question – What is ‘Astro-D’? Answer – Japanese X-ray satellite studying the evolution of the universe

Question – How many times per minute does the human heart normally beat? Answer – 72 times

Question – What is measured with the instrument called Sphygnomanometer? Answer – Blood Pressure

Question – What was discovered by Karl Landsteiner in 1902? Answer – Blood Group

Question – Why does sea water appear blue? Answer – Due to the scattering of light by the particles of water

Question – Protein is the main compound of which gas? Answer – Nitrogen

Question – What is studied in Ethology? Answer – Study of the behavior of animals in their normal environment

Question – Which is the first indigenously built second generation satellite of India? Answer – INSAT-2A

Question – Which vitamin is manufactured in the body with the help of sunlight? Answer – Vitamin D

Question – With the help of which waves do bats fly safely at night? Answer – With the help of ultrasonic waves

Question – Which disease is caused by HIV virus? Answer – AIDS AIDS

Question – Which vitamin is helpful in clotting of blood? Answer – Vitamin K

Question – Ampere is the second unit? Answer – amount of charge

Question – Is there Laughing Gas? Answer – Nitrous Oxide

Question – Are scientific instruments protected from external magnetic effects? Answer – By keeping in iron cover

Question – What type of nuclear reaction takes place in nuclear power houses? Answer – Nuclear Fusion

  1. In which state Masinram is the place with the highest rainfall in India?
    Ans – Meghalaya
  2. Where is coal found in abundance in India?
    Ans – In the Gondwana region
  3. What is the source of oxygen produced in photosynthesis?
    Ans – Water
  4. How is the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi celebrated?
    Ans – International Day of Nonviolence
  5. Which is the edible part of paddy?
    Ans – Seeds
  6. Which Prime Minister of India gave the slogan of Garibi Hatao?
    Ans – Indira Gandhi
  7. In which country is the maximum production of groundnut done?
    Answer – India
  8. Who was the first woman Prime Minister of Australia?
    Ans – Julia Gilai
  9. Which is the simplest aromatic hydrocarbon?
    Ans – Benzene
  10. Where was the first meeting of Bihar Socialist Party held?
    Ans – Patna (Patna)
  11. What type of nuclear process takes place in nuclear reactors?
    Ans – Controlled fragmentation
  12. Where is the Central Institute of Buddhist Education located in India?
    Ans- Leh (Leh)
  13. In which period Manusmriti, Ramayana and Mahabharata were composed?
    Ans – In the Sunga period
  14. During which Viceroy was the Indian University Act passed?
    Ans – Lord Curzon
  15. Who is known as the national poet?
    Ans – Maithilisharan Gupta
  16. Which is the chemical used to kill algae in water tanks?
    Ans – Copper sulphate
  17. Zinc is extracted from which ore?
    Ans – Zinc Blend
  18. Who was the inventor of ball pen?
    Ans – John Bond
  19. To which country does the famous golfer Vijay Singh belong?
    Ans – Fiji
  20. Who appoints the Chief Justice of the High Court of the State?
    Ans- President
  21. What is the Supreme Court of Australia and New Zealand called?
    Ans – Supreme People’s Court
  22. By whom is the effective control of the stock market being exercised?
    Ans- SEBI
  23. During which agitation did the tea garden workers of Assam demand a wage hike?
    Ans – Non Cooperation Movement
  24. Who among the Navratnas of Akbar was born in Nagaur (Rajasthan)?
    Ans – Abul Fazal
  25. For which crop stem cutting propagation is used?
    Answer – Sugarcane
  26. On what is the expenditure of the Union Public Service Commission based? Ans – Consolidated Fund of India
  27. The enzyme which is converted into fatty acid and glycerol?
    Ans – Lipase
  28. In which state of India does the monsoon arrive first? Answer – Kerala

    ✅Important Environment Questions For Teaching Exams

    1. Which is the first national park of India?
    Ans ➺ Jim Corbett National Park (Uttarakhand)

    2. What was the old name of Jim Corbett?
    Ans ➺ Hailey National Park

    3. Where is the largest number of national parks in the country?
    Ans ➺ Madhya Pradesh

    4. Which is the largest national park of India?
    Ans ➺ Himis (in Leh district of Jammu and Kashmir)

    5. How many kilometers is the Himis National Park spread over?
    Ans ➺ 3568 km

    6. Where are Siberian cranes seen in India in winter?
    Ans ➺ Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary (Rajasthan)

    7. In which year the Sariska Tiger Reserve of India was established.
    Ans ➺ 1955

    8. In which year the Tiger Reserve of Kanha India was established.
    Ans ➺ 1995

    9. In which year the Tiger Reserve of Corbett India was established.
    Ans ➺ 1957

    10. In which year the Dudhwa Tiger Reserve of India was established.
    Ans ➺ 1958

    11. In which year the Tiger Reserve of Bandhavgarh India was established.
    Ans ➺ 1968

    12. In which year the Tiger Reserve of Ranthambore India was established.
    Ans ➺ 1973

    13. In which year the Tiger Reserve of Bandipur India was established.
    Ans ➺ 1973

    14. In which year Manas Tiger Reserve of India was established.
    Ans ➺ 1973

    15. In which year the Tiger Reserve of Melghat India was established.
    Ans ➺ 1973

    16. In which year the Tiger Reserve of Palamu India was established.
    Ans ➺ 1973

    17. In which year the Tiger Reserve of Simlipal India was established.
    Ans ➺ 1973

    18. In which year the Tiger Reserve of Sundarbans India was established.
    Ans ➺ 1973

    19. In which year the Tiger Reserve of Periyar India was established.
    Ans ➺ 1978

    20. In which year the Tiger Reserve of Nagarjuna Sagar was established.
    Ans ➺ 1982

    21. In which year the Tiger Reserve of Baksha Sagar was established.
    Ans ➺ 1982

    22. In which year the Tiger Reserve of Namdapha was established?
    Ans ➺ 1982

    23. In which year the tiger reserve of Indravati was established?
    Ans ➺ 1982

    ✅ Major Geographical Surnames of India

    ❑ Abode of God ➭ Prayag
    ❑ Land of Five Rivers ➭ Punjab
    ❑ City of Seven Islands ➭ Mumbai
    ❑ City of Weavers ➭ Panipat
    ❑ Space City ➭ Bengaluru
    ❑ Diamond Harbor ➭ Kolkata
    ❑ Electronic City ➭ Bengaluru
    ❑ City of Festivals ➭ Madurai
    ❑ City of the Golden Temple ➭ Amritsar
    ❑ City of Palaces ➭ Kolkata
    ❑ City of Nawabs ➭ Lucknow
    ❑ Steel City ➭ Jamshedpur
    ❑ Queen of Hills ➭ Mussoorie
    ❑ City of Rallies ➭ New Delhi
    ❑ Gateway of India ➭ Mumbai
    ❑ Venice of the East ➭ Kochi
    ❑ Pittsburgh of India ➭ Jamshedpur
    ❑ Manchester of India ➭ Ahmedabad
    ❑ Garden of Spices ➭ Kerala
    ❑ Pink City ➭ Jaipur
    ❑ Queen of Deccan ➭ Pune
    ❑ Hollywood of India ➭ Mumbai
    ❑ City of Lakes ➭ Srinagar
    ❑ Paradise of Orchards ➭ Sikkim
    ❑ Queen of the Hill ➭ Netarhat
    ❑ Detroit of India ➭ Pithampur
    ❑ Paris of the East ➭ Jaipur
    ❑ Salt City ➭ Gujarat
    ❑ Soya Pradesh ➭ Madhya Pradesh
    ❑ Malay Country ➭ Karnataka
    ❑ Ganges of South India ➭ Kaveri
    ❑ Kali Nadi ➭ Sharda
    ❑ Blue Mountains ➭ Nilgiri Hills
    ❑ Basket of Eggs (Asia) ➭ Andhra Pradesh
    ❑ Heart of Rajasthan ➭ Ajmer
    ❑ Surma Nagri ➭ Bareilly
    ❑ City of Fragrances ➭ Kannauj
    ❑ Sister of Kashi ➭ Ghazipur
    ❑ Litchi Nagar ➭ Dehradun
    ❑ Shimla of Rajasthan ➭ Mount Abu
    ❑ Gem of Karnataka ➭ Mysore
    ❑ Queen of the Arabian Sea ➭ Kochi
    ❑ Switzerland of India ➭ Kashmir
    ❑ Scotland of the East ➭ Meghalaya
    ❑ Manchester of North India ➭ Kanpur
    ❑ City of Temples and Ghats ➭ Varanasi
    ❑ Paddy Basket ➭ Chhattisgarh
    ❑ Paris of India ➭ Jaipur
    ❑ Home of Clouds ➭ Meghalaya
    ❑ City of Gardens ➭ Kapurthala
    ❑ Heaven on Earth ➭ Srinagar
    ❑ City of Mountains ➭ Dungarpur
    ❑ Garden of India ➭ Bengaluru
    ❑ Boston of India ➭ Ahmedabad
    ❑ Golden City ➭ Amritsar
    ❑ Capital of Cotton Textiles ➭ Mumbai
    ❑ holy river ➭ Ganga
    ❑ Sorrow of Bihar ➭ Kosi
    ❑ Old Ganges ➭ Godavari
    ❑ Sorrow of West Bengal ➭ Damodar
    ❑ Grandma of Kottayam ➭ Malayalam
    ❑ Twin Cities ➭ Hyderabad/Secunderabad
    ❑ Tala Nagri ➭ Aligarh
    ❑ Intersection of National Highways ➭ Kanpur
    ❑ Petha City ➭ Agra
    ❑ India’s Tollywood ➭ Kolkata
    ❑ Van Nagar ➭ Dehradun
    ❑ Sun City ➭ Jodhpur
    ❑ Pride of Rajasthan ➭ Chittorgarh
    ❑ Coal City ➭ Dhanbad
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