General Knowledge - General Awareness Quiz - Questions and Answers, GK 2015

1. Union government will re-introduce Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme (TUFS) to promote ________?

2. Richard Heck, who died in 2015, was a Nobel laureate in which field?

3. As per recommendations of which committee, BCCI changed the format of the Deodhar Trophy?

4. Which of the following European countries has become the first to sign the MoU on establishment of Nalanda University?

5. According to the data from the first urban Socio Economic and Caste Census (SECC), which among the following state in India has highest per cent of urban BPL households?

6. Farzad-B gas field is located in which of the following countries?

7. Which country successfully tests the Emad missile, a new generation long-range ballistic missile?

8. India's largest state in horticulture production is ________?

9. For what purpose, Operation Smile-II will be launched across India?

10. In which one of the following cities, Biosafety lab to strengthen the country's livestock disease monitoring and forecasting system has been set up, in 2015?

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