2000+ Latest GK Questions For Defence Exams and Interview

General knowledge is something we need in our day to day life, not only while facing a written exam or an interview, but while in conversation with someone, a person with good GK leaves a better impression. General knowledge questions are widely asked in defence exams like NDA, AFCAT, CDS, TA etc, GK questions are also asked in your SSB personal interview and carry a good weight. Most of the defense aspirants ask us about the GK preparation and what is the best way to prepare it. It is always a challenge when you do not have a right source to prepare for General Knowlege for your exams and interview.

The area of General Knowledge Questions is very wide however one who regularly updates himself can easily score more marks in GK. You can face the GK questions from following areas also we have attached a GK questions pdf file with over 2000+ questions from the different fields which are going to help you in your exams.

  • Physical Geography
  • Indian and World Geography
  • Indian and World History
  • International Organizations
  • Everyday Science
  • Awards and Honors
  • Indian Economy
  • Indian Polity
  • Constitution
  • Current Affairs
  • Other Miscellaneous GK
  • Current Affairs

2000+ Latest GK Questions

  1. For the growth in length of plant
    which of the following is not
    (a) Sodium
    (b) Calcium
    (c) Nitrogen
    (d) Phosphorus
  2. What is vermicultrue?
    (a) The science of raising worms
    (b) The science of studying
    (c) The science of killing worms
    (d) None of these
  3. What does the word ‗amphibian‘
    (a) Two lives
    (b) Four lives
    (c) Three lives
    (d) One life
  4. Virus that infect bacteria are
    (a) Bacteriophages
    (b) Basophils
    (c) Basal body
    (d) Basidiospores
  5. When a body is earth conncected,
    electrons from the earth flow into the
    body. This means the body is
    (a) charged negatively
    (b) an insulator
    (c) uncharged
    (d) charged positively
  6. The greatest diversity of animal and plant species occurs
    in :
    (a) temperate deciduous forests
    (b) tropical moist forests
    (c) heavily polluted rivers
    (d) deserts and Savannas
  7. Which among the following
    quantities is scalar?
    a) Velocity
    b) Acceleration
    c) Work
    d) Force
  8. Which of the following is not shared by the Centre and
    the States?
    (a) Sales Tax
    (b) Corporation Tax
    (c) Income Tax
    (d) Union Excise Duties
  9. In India, maximum numbers of workers are employed
    (a) textile industry
    (b) iron and steel industry
    (c) petrochemical industry
    (d) automobile industryCurrent Affairs questions will be from last 5-7 months (for AFCAT, NDA, CDS, TA)

  10. What is ‗zero hour‘?
    (a) when the proposals of opposition are considered
    (b) when matters of utmost importance are raised
    (c) interval between the morning and afternoon sessions
    (d) when a Money Bill is introduced in the Lok Sabha
  11. Who is the longest serving Chief Minister in India ?
    (a) Bhajan Lal
    (b) Hiteshwar Saikia
    (c) Chimanbhai Patel
    (d) Jyoti Basu
  12. Chief Ministers of all the states are ex-officio members
    of the :
    (a) Finance Commission
    (b) Planning Commission
    (c) National Development Council
    (d) Inter State Council
  13. The first Muslim ruler In India was
    (a) Muhammad-bin-Tughlaq
    (b) Mahmud of Ghazni
    (c) Qutbuddin Aibak
    (d) Muhammad Ghori
  14. The famous Battle of Takkolam in South India was
    fought between:
    (a) Cholas and North Chalukyas
    (b) Cholas and Rashtrakutas
    (c) Cholas and Hoysalas
    (d) Cholas and Pandyas
  15. The first Mughal building to have been built entirely of
    marble is :
    (a) Akbar‘s mausoleum
    (b) Humayun‘s tomb
    (c) Itmad-ud-Daula‘s tomb
    (d) Taj Mahal
  16. Which of the following helped to develop close ties
    between the government and the masses?
    (a) Mahahvari Settlement
    (b) Ryotwari Settlement
    (c) Permanent Settlement
    (d) All of the above
  17. Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Shukhdev were hanged for
    their role in
    (a) Kakori ease
    (b) Lahore Conspiracy case
    (c) Meerut Conspiracy case
    (d) all the above
  18. The main purpose of Fahien‘s visit to India was to:
    (a) study the administrative system of Gupta rulers
    (b) study Indian art and music
    (c) find out an easy land route for trade with India
    (d) visit Buddhist monasteries and record their history and
  19. Which of the following is regarded as an essential
    function of the State?
    (a) To run schools for education
    (b) To provide defence against external attacks
    (c) To prevent diseases
    (d) To maintain good roads
  20. Respect for the National flag and National Anthem is:
    (a) fundamental right of every citizen
    (b) fundamental duty of every citizen
    (c) directive principle of State policy
    (d) ordinary duty of every citizen

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