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1.Which of the following award is given by KK Birla Foundation?

(A) Vyas Samman

(B) Jnanpith

(C) Sahitya Akademi

(D) Bharat Ratna

Answer: (A) Vyas Samman

Vyas Samman – It is the second highest literary award for Indian literature after the Jnanpith Award. The award was instituted in 1991 by the KK Birla Foundation. The award carries a cash prize of Rs 4 lakh. To be eligible for the award, the literary work must be in Hindi language and published in the last 10 years.

2.Which of the following has the absolute refractive index closest to 1?

(A) Alcohol

(B) water

(C) Air

(D) Kerosene/Kerosene

Answer: (C) Air

The refractive index of air is 1.000277. Air has the lowest refractive index. The refractive index of a medium is defined as the ratio of the speed of light in a vacuum to the speed of light in the medium. The speed of light is greater in a medium with a smaller refractive index. Air has the lowest refractive index.

3.Which of the following is the northernmost forest zone and forms a circumpolar belt in more or less circular forests growing in harsh climatic conditions between 50°N to 70°N?

(A) Udchya

(B) Tropical

(C) temperate

(D) warm

Answer: (A) Udchya

At high latitudes in the boreal zone and in the seasonally dry tropics, north of the main zone of boreal forest or taiga, the growing conditions are sufficient to maintain a continuous closed forest cover, so tree cover is both sparse and isolated Huh. This vegetation is called (variously) open taiga.

4.Madhav Gadgil Panel deals with the environment of ………….

(A) Western Ghats

(B) Himalayas

(C) Andaman and Nicobar

(D) Eastern Ghats

Answer: (A) Western Ghats

The Gadgil Commission also known as “Western Ghats Ecology Expert Panel (WGEEP)”, was an environmental research commission appointed by the Ministry of Environment and Forests. The commission submitted its report to the Government of India on 31 August 2011. The Gadgil Committee report and the Kasturirangan Committee report are related to the conservation of the Western Ghats. The Gadgil Committee is also known as the Western Ghats Ecology Expert Panel (WGEEP).

5. According to the Flag Code of India, the ratio of the length and height (breadth) of the national flag will be

(A) 3:2

(B) 4:2

(C) 3:2

(D) 4:3

Answer : (A) 3:2

The design of the national flag was adopted by the Constituent Assembly of India on July 22, 1947. The shape of the national flag should be rectangular. The ratio of the length to the height (width) of the flag will be 3 : 2. As per the provisions of the Flag Code of India, 2002, there is no restriction on the display of the National Flag by members of the general public, private organizations, educational institutions, etc., except to the extent provided in the emblem and names.

6.The Rampurwa Bull Pillar Shikhar discovered in Bihar is now placed in ………………..

(A) Rashtrapati Bhavan

(B) Gandhi Smriti

(C) Rajghat

(D) India Gate

Answer: (A) Rashtrapati Bhavan

It is in Rampurwa, Bihar. It belongs to the 3rd century BC. It is a mixture of Persian and Indian elements. The lotus capital is purely ceremonial. Abacus motifs have beautiful decorative elements such as rosettes, palmets and acanthus ornamentation, none of which are Indian. The crown element of the bull capital, which is the complete bull, is a masterpiece of Indian craftsmanship, depicting a humped bull.​

7. Harvesting festival 'Harela' ……………….. celebrated in the state?

(A) Uttarakhand

(B) Karnataka

(C) Assam

(D) Rajasthan

Answer: (A) Uttarakhand


Harela is celebrated in Uttarakhand as a festival of greenery, peace, prosperity and environmental protection. It is celebrated in the month of Shravan. People of Kumaon region associate greenery with prosperity. Whereas the people of Garhwal associate it with the Barhnaza system (12 types of crops). Barhnaza System: It is a crop diversification technique adopted in the region.

8. According to the theory of specific relativity, which of the following is not relative?

(A) length of an object

(B) speed of light

(C) time interval between two events

(D) contemporaneity

Answer: (B) Velocity of light

The speed of light is a physical constant. Its exact value in vacuum is 299,792,458 meters per second, which is often called 3 lakh km/s. As with all electromagnetic waves, the velocity of gravitational information is the same. Irrespective of the observer's 'frame of reference' or whatever velocity the light-emitting source is moving, every observer will get the same velocity of light. No object can move at a velocity greater than the speed of light in space-time.

9.Which of the following war was fought in 16th century AD?

(A) First Battle of Panipat

(B) Battle of Plassey

(C) Battle of Hydaspes

(D) First Battle of Tarain

Answer: (A) First Battle of Panipat

The First Battle of Panipat was fought in 1526 between Babur and Ibrahim Lodi. In 1526, the Mughal army of Babur, the Timur ruler of Kabulistan, defeated the much larger ruling army of Ibrahim Lodi, the Sultan of Delhi. Panipat was a mythological place where after 1526, there were many wars between the Mughals and different other forces. He was invited by Daulat Khan, the governor of Punjab, to invade the region and remove Ibrahim Lodi from rule.

10.Which of the following Indian player scored the most runs in the 2011 ICC World Cup Final for Men?

(A) Yuvraj Singh

(B) M.S. Ghoni

(C) Gautam Gambhir

(D) Virat Kohli

Answer: (C) Gautam Gambhir

gautam gambhir

Played an integral role in India's historic victory in the final of the 2011 Cricket World Cup (97 runs from 122 balls). Gambhir is the only Indian to score a century in five consecutive Test matches. Gautam Gambhir scored 4154 runs in his Test career with the help of 9 centuries and 22 half-centuries and his highest score was 206 runs.


Static GK 9th March 2022