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1.Who among the following Mughal emperor became the first prisoner of the East India Company?
A) Ahmed Shah
B) Akbar II
C) Bahadur Shah
D) Muhammed Shah
 Answer: -B) Akbar II
2.Oxygen and ozone 2.0 are:
A. Allotropes
B. Isotopes
C. isomers
D. Isobars
Answer: A. Allotropes
3. What is the true definition of Fiat Money?
A. Money on the orders of the Supreme Bank
B. Money on the order of Parliament
C. Money at the behest of the government
D. None of the above
Answer: C. Money at the behest of the government
Explanation: Fiat money is an incredible paper money that has been legally tendered by a government decree.
4. Which of the following is chaired by a committee set up by the Central Government and the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to promote cashless transactions?
A. Kelkar Committee
B. Nachiket Mor Committee
C. Shanta Kumar Committee
D. Neerajkumar Gupta Committee
Answer: D. Neerajkumar Gupta Committee
Explanation: The Neeraj Kumar Gupta Committee has been set up by the Central Government and the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to expedite cashless transactions. --The purpose of the committee of members is to increase the structure of card acceptance and to determine the interchange fee for credit cards. The taskforce will also work in a way that cardpayers do not have to pay a surcharge for fuel, utility bills and railway bookings.
5.The. Which of the following was a movement for the restoration of Sikh sovereignty after the annexation of Punjab by the British?
A The movement of insane sects
B. Satara Disruption
C. Kuka movement
D. Kitur Rising
Answer: C. Kuka movement
Explanation: Kuka was a religious-political movement in Punjab. They wanted abolition of caste, permission for intermarriage, permission for widow-remarriage, abandonment of native liquor, meat and drugs. They also want to overthrow the British and restore Sikh sovereignty over the Punjab.
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6. Which of the following Islands is famous for boat racing in India?
A. Wellington Island
B. Pumban Island
C. Sriharikota Island
D. None of the above
Answer: A. Wellington Island
Explanation: Willingdon Island is famous for boat racing  Island in India (India's largest artificial island), Kochi, Kerala.
7. What is the main source of irrigation in India?
A. Tanks
B. Wells and Tube Well
C. Sea canals
D. rained
Answer: B. Wells and Tube Well
Explanation: Canals, wells and hose-wells and tanks. Wells and tubewells are the three main sources of irrigation in India. Maximum development of great rivers in the eastern coastal plains and canal irrigation in the Mahanadi, Godavari, Krishna Delta. Wells and tubewells are popular in alluvial plains.
8.India. Which of the following types of cultivation is done on the forests of north-eastern part of India by pruning and burning method?
A. intensive farming
B. Plantation farming
C. Mixed farming
D. Shifting farming
Answer: D. Shifting farming
Explanation: Much of north-east India is characterized by migration to agriculture. It is known as Zoom in Assam, Onam in Kerala, Podu in Andhra Pradesh and Odisha. The same is known as Beaver of Madhya Pradesh.
9. Which of the following gases is a direct response to ozone depletion?
a. Carbon dioxide
B. Carbon monoxide
C. nitrous oxide
D. Chlorofluorocarbon (CFC)
Answer: D. Chlorofluorocarbon (CFC)
10. Which gases are employed for respiratory activities of divers?
A oxygen and nitrogen
B. Oxygen and helium
C. Oxygen and argon
D oxygen and neon
Answer: B. Oxygen and helium
Explanation: Due to the narcotic effects of N2, oxygen and helium are used for the respiratory activities of sellers (divers).