General Knowledge - General Awareness Quiz - Questions and Answers, GK 2010

1. By April 2010, how many approvals have been granted for setting up of SEZs in India ?

2. Which among the following was the work field of Jibanananda Das , a Bengal Icon?

3. In which year Lead Bank Scheme was introduced?

4. Chena Cultivation is common in which of the following countries?

5. Consider the following statements:
1. Oxygen as well as most Carbon dioxide are transported by Red Blood cells
2. Iron is required for transportation of Oxygen as well as Carbon Dioxide
3. Both Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide bind with Hemoglobin
Which among the above statements are correct ?

6. Which among the following bacterial cells are found in cubical packets?

7. As per the reports of NCAER , which among the following states in India has highest Devolution Index?

8. On the recommendation of which of the following committees, Banking Service Recruitment Board was abolished in 2002?

9. Which of the following dynasty has ruled Dubai since 1833?

10. Which among the following is the main motive of the Reserve Bank of India behind it's mechanism known as Devolvement ?

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11. History of India - Test - 03
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