Online Test – RRB/RRC Group ‘D’, NTPC Indian Railways

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This Online RRB Group ‘D’ Test consists of 100 questions each question of 1 mark.
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RRB Group ‘D’ Online Test

Number of Questions: 100

Q1.Full form of POET is:

  1. Passenger Operated Enquiry Terminal
  2. Public Operated Enquiry Terminal
  3. Passenger Opted Enquiry Terminal
  4. None of the Above
  5. The answer is: Passenger Operated Enquiry Terminal

Q2.The outer membrane that covers the brain is:

  1. Myelin Sheath
  2. Dura mater
  3. Arachnoid membrane
  4. Pia mater
  5. The answer is: Dura mater

Q3.Two trains 121 metres and 165 meters in length respectively are running in opposite direction, one at the rate of 80 km and the other at the rate of 64 km an hour. In what time they will be completely clear of each other from the moment they meet?

  1. 7 seconds
  2. 8.12 seconds
  3. 7.25 seconds
  4. 7.15 seconds
  5. The Answer is: 7.25 Seconds

Q4.The study of pollen grains is:

  1. Ornithology
  2. Zoology
  3. Geology
  4. Palynology
  5. The answer is: Palynology

Q5.The Mughal Empire extended up to Tamil Territory in the south under the reign of:

  1. Akbar
  2. Aurangzeb
  3. Jahangir
  4. Shahjahan
  5. The answer is: Aurangzeb

Q6.Red rot of sugarcane is caused by:

  1. Bacteria
  2. Fungus
  3. Virus
  4. Nematode
  5. The Answer is: Fungus

Q7.The instrument used to measure the potential difference between two points is called:

  1. Galvanometer
  2. Voltmeter
  3. Ammeter
  4. Thermometer
  5. The Answer is: Voltmeter

Q8.The process of changing oils into fats by passing hydrogen gas is called:

  1. Saponification
  2. Oxidation
  3. Carbonation
  4. Hydrogenation
  5. The answer is: Hydrogenation

Q9.Which of the following gives the shape of orbit?

  1. Principal quantum number
  2. Azimuthal quantum number
  3. Magnetic quantum number
  4. Spin quantum number
  5. The answer is: Magnetic quantum number

Q10.‘Gulliver’s Travels’ was written by:

  1. Jonathan Swift
  2. James Fraser
  3. John Gunther
  4. Sir Walter Scott
  5. The answer is: Jonathan Swift

Q11.Aam Admi Bima Yojana is an insurance scheme for rural landless households introduced by

  1. LIC
  2. UTI
  3. ICICI
  4. None of these
  5. The answer is: LIC

Q12.What is the main purpose of white blood corpuscles?

  1. To carry nutrients
  2. To combat infection
  3. To carry oxygen
  4. To give strength
  5. The answer is: To combat infection

Q13.The fiber, least prone to catch fire is:

  1. Nylon
  2. Polyester
  3. Cotton
  4. Terylene
  5. The answer is: Cotton

Q14. Who is the present RBI Governor?

  1. D. Subba Rao
  2. Y.B. Reddy
  3. Arun Ramanathan
  4. Urjit Patel
  5. The answer is: Urjit Patel

Q15. The highest body that approves Five Year Plans in India is:

  1. Planning Commission
  2. National Development Council
  3. Inter-State Council
  4. Union Cabinet
  5. The answer is: National Development Council

Q16.Which of the following is not an ore of copper?

  1. Cuprite
  2. Malachite
  3. Chalcocite
  4. None of the above
  5. The answer is: None of the above

Q17. (3.74÷1.7)+(3.48÷1.2)-(3.52÷1.1)=

  1. 1.6
  2. 1.7
  3. 1.8
  4. 1.9
  5. The Answer is: 1.9

Q18.Which of the following is the duration of the Seventh Five Year Plan?

  1. 1974-1979
  2. 1985-1990
  3. 1992-1997
  4. 1997-2002
  5. The Answer is: 1985-1990

Q19.Which one of the following is not a football tournament?

  1. I-league
  2. Irani Trophy
  3. Bardoloi Trophy
  4. Durand Cup
  5. The Answer is: Irani Trophy

Q20. The purpose of Inclusion of Directive Principle of State Policy in Indian constitution is to establish:

  1. Political democracy
  2. Social democracy
  3. Gandhian democracy
  4. Social and Economic Democracy
  5. The Answer is: Social and Economic Democracy

Q21. 500.5 x 10.1 x 0.25 x 0.1 =

  1. 5000.0125
  2. 5000.00125
  3. 5000.125
  4. 126.262625
  5. The Answer is: 126.262625

Q22. Which of the following Articles in the Constitution deals with the village panchayats?

  1. Article 30
  2. Article 40
  3. Article 43
  4. Article 45
  5. The Answer is: Article 40

Q23. More photosynthetic activity occurs in _________ part of the leaf.

  1. lower
  2. middle
  3. upper
  4. None of the above
  5. The Answer is: Upper

Q24. 100 Mangoes are bought at the rate of  ₹ 350 and sold at the rate of 48 per dozen. The profit or loss percentage will be:

  1. 86/7%
  2. 80/7%
  3. 100/7%
  4. None of the above
  5. The Answer is: 100/7%

Q25.  For the first time, which sports event was included in the programme of 2012 London Olympics?

  1. Men’s Boxing
  2. Men’s Karate
  3. Women’s Karate
  4. Women’s Boxing
  5. The Answer is: Women’s Boxing

Q26. A and B invested in a business in the ratio of 3:2. If 2% of total profit goes to the charity and A’s share is ₹ 7,056 in the remaining amount, then the total profit is:

  1. ₹ 13,000
  2. ₹ 12,000
  3. ₹ 11,000
  4. None of the above
  5. The Answer is: ₹ 12,000

Q27. When milk turns sour, one of the products formed in the milk is:

  1. Tartaric acid
  2. Lactic acid
  3. Citric acid
  4. Gluconic acid
  5. The Answer is: Lactic acid

Q28. 9000001 – 3999909 – 1990992 + 991900 + 6999008 =

  1. 10000008
  2. 11900008
  3. 11000008
  4. 11100008
  5. The Answer is: 11000008

Q29. Which of the following is an indigenously built light combat aircraft of India?

  1. Akash
  2. Vikrant
  3. Tejas
  4. Arjun
  5. The Answer is: Tejas

Q30. ________ are used in Telemetry.

  1. Infrared spectrum
  2. Microwaves
  3. Visible spectrum
  4. Ultraviolet Spectrum
  5. The Answer is: Infrared spectrum

Q31. Cosmic noise is caused by:

  1. Lightning Discharges
  2. Solar eruptions
  3. Distant stars
  4. Industrial Discharges
  5. The Answer is: Solar eruptions

Q32. Glass is:

  1. Crystalline solid
  2. Supercooled liquid
  3. Liquid crystal
  4. None of the above
  5. The Answer is: None of the above

Q33. The brightest colour emitted by the sun is:

  1. Violet
  2. Yellow-Green
  3. Green-Blue
  4. Red
  5. The Answer is: Yellow-Green

Q34. Stainless steel was invented by:

  1. Harry Brearley
  2. Huffman
  3. William Harvey
  4. Henry Swan
  5. The Answer is: Harry Brearley

Q35. The Scientific principal behind a laser was first put forward by:

  1. Towers
  2. Plank
  3. Einstien
  4. Maxwell
  5. The Answer is: Einstien

Q36. Panchayati Raj was first introduced in India in October 1959 in:

  1. Rajasthan
  2. Tamil Nadu
  3. Kerela
  4. Andhra Pradesh
  5. The Answer is: Andhra Pradesh

Q37. Steel is more elastic than rubber because:

  1. Its density is high
  2. It is a metal
  3. The ratio of stress to strain is more
  4. The ratio of stress to strain is less
  5. The Answer is: The ratio of stress to strain is more

Q38. Full form of SMS is:

  1. Simple Messaging System
  2. Short Messaging Service
  3. Short Messaging System
  4. None of the above
  5. The Answer is: Short Messaging Service

Q39. Where did Mahavira attain Nirvana?

  1. Pavapuri
  2. Vaishali
  3. Kumdalgram
  4. Kapilvastu
  5. The Answer is: Pavapuri

Q40. The Vitamin lost when rice is washed repeatedly is:

  1. B1
  2. B2
  3. B6
  4. B12
  5. The Answer is: B1

Q41. Which of the following is an example for diatomic molecule?

  1. CO2
  2. HCN
  3. BeF2
  4. Br2
  5. The Answer is: Br2

Q42. The time for which a body remains in the air is called ___________

  1. Time of ascent
  2. Time of descent
  3. Time of flight
  4. Free time
  5. The Answer is: Time of flight

Q43. Mangrove vegetation in India is most extensively found in:

  1. Malabar coast
  2. Sunderbans
  3. Both (A) and (B)
  4. The Rann of Kutch
  5. The Answer is: Sunderbans

Q44. When two gases are mixed, the entropy:

  1. remains constant
  2. decreases
  3. increases
  4. become zero
  5. The Answer is: increases

Q45. Which of the following whales can be easily trained because of its intelligence?

  1. Porpoise
  2. Sperm whale
  3. Blue whale
  4. Orcinus
  5. The Answer is: Porpoise

Q46. Which of the following is an example of a covalent compound?/

  1. Diamond
  2. Sodium Chloride
  3. Iodine
  4. Ice
  5. The Answer is: Diamond

Q47. 63 × 121 × 14 ÷ 100 =

  1. 1067.22
  2. 1167.22
  3. 1267.22
  4. 1367.22
  5. The Answer is: 1067.22

Q48. Full form of LTO is:

  1. Low Term Operations
  2. Limited Term Operations
  3. Long-Term Operations
  4. None of the above
  5. The Answer is: Long-Term Operations

Q49. Gamma rays are:

  1. High energy electrons
  2. Low energy electrons
  3. High energy protons
  4. High energy electromagnetic waves
  5. The Answer is: High energy electromagnetic waves

Q50. Cracking is a process which belongs to?

  1. Soap manufacture
  2. Petrol manufacture
  3. Glass manufacture
  4. Cosmetic manufacture
  5. The Answer is: Petrol manufacture

Q51. When light refracted, which of the following does not change?

  1. Frequency
  2. Wavelength
  3. Amplitude
  4. Velocity
  5. The Answer is: Frequency

Q52. Raghbir Singh Memorial Cup is associated with:

  1. Hockey
  2. Kabaddi
  3. Football
  4. Horse racing
  5. The Answer is: Football

Q53. what is the symbol of chemical element ‘Zinc’?

  1. Zc
  2. Zn
  3. Zi
  4. Z
  5. The Answer is: Zn

Q54. An example of a semiconductor is:

  1. aluminum
  2. silicon
  3. plastic
  4. copper
  5. The Answer is: silicon

Q55. Full form of NMDC is:

  1. National Mines Development Corporation
  2. National Mineral Development Corporation
  3. National Material Development Corporation
  4. None of the above
  5. The Answer is: National Mineral Development Corporation

Q56. Who is the First Citizen of the city?

  1. Commissioner of City Police
  2. Commissioner of City Corporation
  3. Judge of City Civil Court
  4. Mayor of the city
  5. The Answer is: Mayor of the city

Q57. With reference to the educational degree, what does Ph.D. stands for?

  1. Doctor of Philosophy
  2. Diploma in Philosophy
  3. Degree in Philosophy
  4. None of the above
  5. The Answer is: Doctor of Philosophy

Q58. ₹ 8,800 is divided among A, B, C so that A receives 3/8 as much as B and C together receive Then, what is the share of A?

  1. ₹ 1,200
  2. ₹ 2,400
  3. ₹ 2,500
  4. ₹ 1,300
  5. The Answer is: ₹ 2,400

Q59. The resistance of a conductor depends on:

  1. the material
  2. it’s length
  3. its cross section
  4. All of these
  5. The Answer is: All of these

Q60. Limas, a species of the camel family, are found in:

  1. Africa
  2. Australia
  3. South America
  4. North America
  5. The Answer is: South America

Q61. Which cells are destroyed in AIDS?

  1. Monocytes
  2. Neutrophils
  3. Lymphocytes
  4. R.B.C.
  5. The Answer is: Lymphocytes

Q62. Enzymes are:

  1. Vitamins
  2. Carboxylic acids
  3. proteins
  4. bases
  5. The Answer is: proteins

Q63. Who is the author of the book “India A Million Mutinies Now”?

  1. V.S. Naipaul
  2. Mulk Raj Anand
  3. Nirad C. Chaudhuri
  4. Amitav Ghosh
  5. The Answer is: V.S. Naipaul

Q64. The average weight of 19 students is 15 kg. By the admission of a new student, the average weight is reduced to 14.8 kg. the weight the new student is:

  1. 10.6 kg
  2. 10.8 kg
  3. 11 kg
  4. 14.9 kg
  5. The Answer is: 11 kg

Q65. The silver coating on the glass surfaces of a thermos bottle reduces the energy that is transferred by:

  1. Friction
  2. Convection
  3. Radiation
  4. Conduction
  5. The Answer is: Radiation

Q66. What is the atomic number of chemical element “Barium”?

  1. 53
  2. 54
  3. 55
  4. 56
  5. The Answer is: 56

Q67. 201220.1202 + 2012.0002 + 21112.3565 – 99.9 – 0.112002 – 224244.164898 =

  1. 0.1
  2. 0.2
  3. 0.3
  4. 0.4
  5. The Answer is: 0.3

Q68. The Central Information Commission was established in:

  1. 2000
  2. 2002
  3. 2005
  4. 2006
  5. The Answer is: 12 October 2005

Q69. Who of the following was the first woman ruler of Medieval India?

  1. Razia Sultan
  2. Chand Bibi
  3. Durgavati
  4. Noorjahan
  5. The Answer is: Razia Sultan

Q70. Veliconda Hills, which is a part of Eastern Ghats, is situated in?

  1. Odisha
  2. Tamil Nadu
  3. Karnataka
  4. Andhra Pradesh
  5. The Answer is: Andhra Pradesh

Q71. The ratio of the present ages of two persons is 3:2 and 10 years back the ratio was 2:1. What will be the ratio of their ages after 5 years?

  1. 4:3
  2. 7:5
  3. 5:2
  4. None of the above
  5. The Answer is: 7:5

Q72. Maitri, the second scientific station, is located at:

  1. Himalayas
  2. Antarctica
  3. Arctic Circle
  4. Alps Mountains
  5. The Answer is: Antarctica

Q73. How many Anglo- Indian members, can be the President nominates to the Lok Sabha?

  1. Two
  2. Three
  3. Five
  4. Ten
  5. The Answer is: Two

Q74. A Heart attack is caused by the blocking of:

  1. Pulmonary artery
  2. Coronary artery
  3. Coronary vein
  4. Pulmonary Vein
  5. The Answer is: Coronary artery

Q75. In eye donation, which of the following parts of doner’s eye is utilized?

  1. Iris
  2. Lens
  3. Cornea
  4. Retina
  5. The Answer is: Cornea

Q76. Which of the following is a nonelectrolyte?

  1. Acetic acid
  2. Sodium chloride
  3. Glucose
  4. Sodium Hydroxide
  5. The Answer is: Glucose

Q77. Mc Dowell Cup is associated with:

  1. Cricket
  2. Kabaddi
  3. Basketball
  4. Football
  5. The Answer is: Football

Q78. Which of the following human organs is less susceptible to harmful radiation?

  1. Eyes
  2. Heart
  3. Brain
  4. Lungs
  5. The Answer is: Lungs

Q79. 13 chambered heart occurs in:

  1. Leech
  2. Earthworm
  3. Snail
  4. Cockroach
  5. The Answer is: Cockroach

Q80. Which of the following is an in-situ tiger reserve in India?

  1. Dudhwa
  2. Gulf of Myanmar
  3. Western Ghats
  4. Agasthya Malai
  5. The Answer is: Dudhwa

Q81. In which state is the Rajiv Gandhi National Insitute of Youth Development located?

  1. Tamil Nadu
  2. Karnataka
  3. Himachal Pradesh
  4. Uttarakhand
  5. The Answer is: Tamil Nadu

Q82. A Trader marks an object 20% above the cost price and allows a discount of 15%. Find his profit%?

  1. 5%
  2. 2%
  3. 8%
  4. 3%
  5. The Answer is: 2%

Q83. The soil formed by wind dust in and around hot deserts is called:

  1. Silty Soil
  2. loamy Soil
  3. sandy Soil
  4. loess Soil
  5. The Answer is: Loess Soil

Q84. (4774 ÷ 14) + (4608 ÷ 18) – (4745 ÷ 13) =

  1. 231
  2. 232
  3. 233
  4. 234
  5. The Answer is: 232

Q85. The most reactive metals are:

  1. Alkali metals
  2. Inner transition metals
  3. Transition metals
  4. Alkaline earth metals
  5. The Answer is: Alkali metals

Q86. Pulses are the good source of:

  1. Carbohydrates
  2. Proteins
  3. Fats
  4. Fats and carbohydrates
  5. The Answer is: Proteins

Q87. A person deposited ₹ 8,000 in a bank which amounted to ₹ 9,200 after 3 years at simple interest. Had the interest been 2% more, around how much he would have got?

  1. ₹ 9,680
  2. ₹ 9,860
  3. ₹ 9,380
  4. ₹ 9,800
  5. The Answer is: ₹ 9,680

Q88. In India, the Satellite launching station is situated at:

  1. Solapur (Maharashtra)
  2. Antariksha (Nagpur)
  3. Sriharikota (Andhra Pradesh)
  4. None of the above
  5. The Answer is: Sriharikota (Andhra Pradesh)

Q89. 1024, ______, 64, 16, 4.

  1. 254
  2. 236
  3. 256
  4. 244
  5. The Answer is: 256

Q90. Dharma and Veeru can do one work in 40 days. Dharma alone can do 1/5 of work in 10 days. In how many days Veeru can complete that work?

  1. 100 Days
  2. 50 Days
  3. 200 Days
  4. None of the above
  5. The Answer is: 200 Days

Q91. Which of the following has a high retentivity?

  1. Cu
  2. Cr
  3. Al
  4. Steel
  5. The Answer is: Steel

Q92. A boatman goes 2 km against the current of the stream in 40 minutes and returns to the same spot in 30 minutes. What is his rate of rowing in still water?

  1. 2.5 km/hr
  2. 3.0 km/hr
  3. 3.5 km/hr
  4. None of the above
  5. The Answer is: None of the above ( since the rate is 0.5 km/h

Q93. When does a body experience a centrifugal force?

  1. When a body moves in a circular path
  2. When a body moves in a linear path
  3. when a body is in vibration
  4. When a body is in motion
  5. The Answer is: When a body moves in a circular path

Q94. Triple bond exists in:

  1. Methane
  2. Ethane
  3. Butene
  4. Acetylene
  5. The Answer is: Blank

Q95. Headquarters of World bank is at:

  1. Washington D.C.
  2. New York
  3. Manila
  4. Geneva
  5. The Answer is: Washington D.C.

Q96. Which of the following religions is the last to appear on the scene of India?

  1. Hinduism
  2. Islam
  3. Buddhism
  4. Sikhism
  5. The Answer is: Buddhism

Q97. Fluoride damages:

  1. Teeth
  2. Eyes
  3. Tongue
  4. Ears
  5. The Answer is: Teeth

Q98. Which of the following is used in pencils?

  1. Graphite
  2. Silicon
  3. Charcoal
  4. Phosphorous
  5. The Answer is: Graphite

Q99. Which of the following is in liquid form at room temperature?

  1. Lithium
  2. Sodium
  3. Francium
  4. Cerium
  5. The Answer is: Francium

Q100. What is the scientific name of Laughing Gas?

  1. Nitrous Oxide
  2. Sodium Bicarbonate
  3. Phosphorous Pentoxide
  4. Carbon Tetrachloride
  5. The Answer is: Nitrous Oxide

 

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  1. FAZAL RAHMAN ABBASI

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