Question 1

Which of the following is not a certification of quality standard for goods?

**Solution:**

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**Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS)**is not a certification of quality standard for goods .

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**Agmark**is a certification mark on agricultural products in India.

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**Hallmarks**are officially used in many countries as a guarantee of purity or fineness. It is also used in India.

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**The ISI mark**is both mandatory and voluntary. Some mandatory ISI certification products include

**cement, electrical appliances, LPG cylinder, batteries, oil pressure stove**etc.

Difficulty Level: Medium

Correct Attempts: 0%

Topic: Miscellaneous

Question 2

Which folk dance is performed on the occasion of the birth ceremony of a child in Bihar?

**Solution:**

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1.

2. In

**Sohar**is a**ceremonial**dance to celebrate the pleasure of**new birth**in a family. The birth of a child is celebrated all over the country with different traditional rituals.2. In

**Bihar**, ladies always sing**Sohar**on the occasion of birth ceremony of a child. While singing, ladies praises the child with**Lord Rama**, sometimes with**Lord Krishna**and so on.Difficulty Level: Medium

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Topic: Arts & Culture

Question 3

What was the capital of uttar pradesh before 1920?

**Solution:**

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•In 1920 the capital of uttar pradesh shifted from Allahabad to lucknow

•The high court continued at Allahabad but a bench was established at lucknow.

•Lucknow became the first capital when uttar pradesh was established in 1950.

•The high court continued at Allahabad but a bench was established at lucknow.

•Lucknow became the first capital when uttar pradesh was established in 1950.

Difficulty Level: Medium

Correct Attempts: 0%

Topic: History

Question 4

The National Anthem of India “Jana Gana Mana” was composed by:

**Solution:**

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The National Anthem of India “

* It was written on 11

* It was declared as National Anthem of India on 24

**Jana Gana Mana”**was composed by**Rabindranath Tagore.*** It was written on 11

^{th}December, 1911 and First sung on 27^{th}December, 1911.* It was declared as National Anthem of India on 24

^{th}January, 1950.Difficulty Level: Medium

Correct Attempts: 0%

Topic: History

Question 5

Ravi is 12 years younger than Surya. Ravi’s age is 40% of the sum of his and Surya’s age. What will be Surya’s age 9 years later?

**Solution:**

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Let the age of Ravi and Surya be respectively.

A.T.Q.

∴ x=2 units and y=3 units

Ravi is 12 years younger than Surya

y – x = 12 yr

(3 – 2 ) unit = 12 yr

1 unit = 12 yr

Surya’s age 3 unit = 12 ×3 = 36 yr.

Required

Surya’s age after 9 yr = 36 + 9 = 45 yr.

A.T.Q.

∴ x=2 units and y=3 units

Ravi is 12 years younger than Surya

y – x = 12 yr

(3 – 2 ) unit = 12 yr

1 unit = 12 yr

Surya’s age 3 unit = 12 ×3 = 36 yr.

Required

Surya’s age after 9 yr = 36 + 9 = 45 yr.

Difficulty Level: Medium

Correct Attempts: 0%

Topic: Percentages

Question 6

A Bookseller allowed 15% discount on the books sold. Sunil purchased books worth Rs.1500. How much will he have to pay to Bookseller.

**Solution:**

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Let the SP of the book be Rs. x

Then, after giving a discount of 15%, x = 1500 – 15% of 1500

= 1500 – (15/100) × 1500

= 1500 × (85/100)

= Rs1275

∴Sunil have to pay Rs.1275 to the Bookseller

Then, after giving a discount of 15%, x = 1500 – 15% of 1500

= 1500 – (15/100) × 1500

= 1500 × (85/100)

= Rs1275

∴Sunil have to pay Rs.1275 to the Bookseller

Difficulty Level: Easy

Correct Attempts: 0%

Topic: Profit Loss and Discount

Question 7

Select the missing number from the given responses:

**Solution:**

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In row I: 18 × 5 = 90

In row I: 13 × 11 = 143

In row I: 7 × 5 = 35

Thus the missing number in 35.

In row I: 13 × 11 = 143

In row I: 7 × 5 = 35

Thus the missing number in 35.

Difficulty Level: Medium

Correct Attempts: 0%

Topic: Missing Number

Question 8

When is International Olympic Day observed?

**Solution:**

Correct Answer

Olympic Day was introduced in 1948 to commemorate the birth of the modern Olympic Games on 23 June 1894 at the Sorbonne in Paris.

Difficulty Level: Medium

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Topic: Important Dates

Question 9

What is the name of Bindusar’s Mother, emperor of Magadha?

**Solution:**

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Durdhara was the wife of Chandragupta Maurya, the founder of the 4th-century BCE Maurya Empire of ancient India. She is stated by this text to be the mother of the second Mauryan emperor, Bindusara.

Difficulty Level: Medium

Correct Attempts: 0%

Topic: History

Question 10

The marked price of a mixie is 1600, the shopkeeper gives successive discounts of 10% and

*x*% to the customer. If the customer pays 1224 for the mixie, find the value of*x***Solution:**

Correct Answer

According to the question

MP = 1600

price after first discount of 10% = 1600-160 = 1440

price after second discount = 1224

second discount = 1440 – 1224 = 216

second discount % = (216/1440)*100 = 15%

MP = 1600

price after first discount of 10% = 1600-160 = 1440

price after second discount = 1224

second discount = 1440 – 1224 = 216

second discount % = (216/1440)*100 = 15%

Difficulty Level: Easy

Correct Attempts: 0%

Topic: Profit Loss and Discount

Question 11

Select the related word from the given alternatives.

Lion : Lioness :: Bull : ?

Lion : Lioness :: Bull : ?

**Solution:**

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Female Lion is known as Lioness. Similarly female Bull is known Cow.

Thus Bull is related to Cow.

Thus Bull is related to Cow.

Difficulty Level: Medium

Correct Attempts: 0%

Topic: Analogy

Question 12

Select the related number from the given alternatives.

2.25 : 13/4 :: 3.75 : ?

2.25 : 13/4 :: 3.75 : ?

**Solution:**

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As,

2.25 + 1 = 3.25 = 13/4

Similarly,

3.75 + 1 = 4.75 = 19/4

Thus 3.75 is related to 19/4.

2.25 + 1 = 3.25 = 13/4

Similarly,

3.75 + 1 = 4.75 = 19/4

Thus 3.75 is related to 19/4.

Difficulty Level: Medium

Correct Attempts: 0%

Topic: Analogy