TEST- GK063

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Instructions
1. The test comprises of 20 questions. You should complete the test within 15 minutes.
2. There is only one correct answer to each question.
3. All questions carry four marks each.
4. Each wrong answer will attract a penalty of one mark.

1. The rupee was devalued for the first time in India after Independence in ________.

  • a. 1951
  • b. 1952
  • c. 1949
  • d. 1950
  • e.Not Attempted

2. The XXI Winter Olympics will be held in 2010 a

  • a. Tokyo
  • b. Minsk
  • c. Rome
  • d. Vancouver
  • e.Not Attempted

3. Which tyre company belongs to R. P. Goenka group?

  • a. Dunlop
  • b. Ceat
  • c. Apollo
  • d. MRF
  • e.Not Attempted

4. Who comes after Jyoti Basu as the longest serving CM in India now?

  • a. E. K. Nayanar
  • b. Geogang Apang
  • c. N. Chandrababu Naidu
  • d. Kasu Bramhananda Reddy
  • e.Not Attempted

5. Which company is the world's largest food retailer ?

  • a. Tesco
  • b. Carrefour
  • c. Kroger
  • d. Sainsbury
  • e.Not Attempted

6. Who founded Hotmail with Sabeer Bhatia?

  • a. Steve Jobs
  • b. Vinod Deshpande
  • c. Jack Smith
  • d. Scott McNealy
  • e.Not Attempted

7. Who amongst the following were the first to invade India?

  • a. Afghans
  • b. Arabs
  • c. Mongols
  • d. Turks
  • e.Not Attempted

8. Which Indian business group owns a controlling stake in Eveready Industries, the makers of the Eveready brand of batteries?

  • a. Rahejas
  • b. Khaitans
  • c. Bangurs
  • d. Rais
  • e.Not Attempted

9. Which company's name means "rising sun" in Japanese?

  • a. Hitachi
  • b. Mitsubishi
  • c. Toshiba
  • d. Sony
  • e.Not Attempted

10. Which of the following banks is taken over by the Standard Chartered Bank?

  • a. Bank of Bahrain and Kuwait
  • b. Development Bank of Singapore
  • c. Deutsche Bank
  • d. Federal Bank of Germany
  • e.Not Attempted

11. Sulphur derives its name from __________

  • a. Greek
  • b. Sanskrit
  • c. German
  • d. Latin
  • e.Not Attempted

12. What was founded by Herb Kelleher in 1973 in Dallas, Texas in U.S.A?

  • a. S.W. Airlines
  • b. Kellogs
  • c. Texas Instruments
  • d. AMOCO
  • e.Not Attempted

13. Which famous MNC is known for its Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) which has been behind many technology inventions in the world, including laser printing, ethernet and GUI?

  • a. Hewlett Packard
  • b. Xerox
  • c. IBM
  • d. Oracle
  • e.Not Attempted

14. Charles Taylor who was charged with crime against humanity in the international war crime tribunal was the president of

  • a. Uganda
  • b. Chad
  • c. Liberia
  • d. Congo
  • e.Not Attempted

15. Born in Hungary he was called Wilhelm Fried in his early days. He immigrated to the US and bought a shopping complex which became a world famous chain. Affectionately called the man of the 20th century, how do we know him better?

  • a. William Fox of 20th Century Fox
  • b. Walt Disney
  • c. William Henry Gates
  • d. Donald Trump
  • e. Not Attempted

16. What is the name of the Belgium National Airways?

  • a. Frontier Airlines
  • b. Continental Airways
  • c. Delta Airways
  • d. Sabena Airlines
  • e.Not Attempted

17. Which business or media group has a majority stake in the financial daily Business Standard?

  • a. Reliance
  • b. Kotak Mahindra
  • c. Bombay Dyeing
  • d. Ananda Bazaar Patrika
  • e.Not Attempted

18. Dabhol Power Plant which is located in which of the following States?

  • a. Rajasthan
  • b. Karnataka
  • c. M. P.
  • d. Maharashtra
  • e.Not Attempted

19. Which insurance company claims it gives you "Jeene ki Azaadi"?

  • a. HDFC Standard Life
  • b. Max Newyork Life
  • c. ICICI Prudential Life
  • d. Om Kotak Mahendra
  • e.Not Attempted

20. Which five year plan mainly emphasized developing basic and heavy industries?

  • a. First
  • b. Second
  • c. Third
  • d. Fourth
  • e.Not Attempted

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