Wednesday, 31 August 2016

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SSC CGL 2016 – Tier I Exam – Questions Asked on 31th Aug 2016

Hello Philic's,

Dear, As you know, the first shift of the SSC CGL Tier I exam was over now. The level of the paper was of easy to moderate . In this post, we are sharing some of General Awareness and other other section Questions which was asked in today’s exam.

Here is the previous day questions:-



General Awareness Questions

1. India shares longest International border with – Bangladesh 
2. Highest gallantry award for peacetime – Ashok Chakra
3. People of Indus valley used to worship – Mother Goddess
4. Polio caused due to – virus
5. CK Naidu trophy associated with which sports – Cricket 
6. India’s first carbon free state – Himachal Pradesh
7. FAST telescope installed in – CHINA
8. Energy travels from Sun to earth through –radiation
9. In IT failure of Kernel means –
10. Kovvada nuclear plant proposed to be set up in – Andhra Pradesh
11. Barren Island volcano is located in the – Andaman Sea



SSC CGL 2016 – Tier I Exam, GS Questions Asked in 2nd Shift, 31st Aug 2016


General Awareness Questions

1. Pellagra & Scurvy diseases caused due to deficiency of –
2. Indira Goswami a Jnanpith Award winner is a poet, author, scholar of which language –Assamese 
3. Longest islands –
4. Nitric acid doesn’t react with – (copper, iron, zinc or gold)
5. Nanda Peak in which state –
6. Which curve shows the relationship between unemployment and rate of interest?
7. Evaporation after high temperatures is followed by which kind of rainfall?
8. Under which Governor General was English education first brought to India – Lord Macaulay
9. Electric heater consists of which metal –
10. Finance commission was set up by –
11. World Bank accepts monitor from –
12. Which committee under the Estimates Committee of Parliament is also called ‘twin sisters’? Public Accounts Committee
Please share more General Awareness or other section questions with us, that will help forthcoming aspirants
All the best!

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