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Static GK Test: Science and Technology, Test-5

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Question 1
India has collaborated with which country to produce the supersonic cruise missile 'Brahmos'?
A
The USA
B
Israel
C
France
D
Russia
Question 2
Which of the following pairs is incorrect?
A
Pasteur - Bacteriology
B
Newton - Law of Gravitation
C
Roentgen - X-rays
D
Faraday - Diffusion of gases
Question 3
What does the periodic table represent?
A
Oscillation in unit time.
B
A device consisting of a weight swinging on the end of a string.
C
Chemical elements in order of their atomic numbers.
D
Maximum departure from an equilibrium value.
Question 4
India is planning to merge which among the disease control programmes along with AIDS?
A
Polio
B
TB
C
Hepatitis
D
None of these
Question 5
Tetanus is a disease caused by
A
fungus
B
virus
C
bacteria
D
insects
Question 6
Light year is a unit of
A
intensity of light
B
distance
C
time
D
planetary motion
Question 7
What is the chronological sequence of the following events in Indian Science scene? A. Launching of Rohini-1 satellite. B. Pokharan nuclear test. C. Start of Indian Space Research Organization. D. First unit of Kalpakkam nuclear power station went critical.Choose the correct answer from the codes given below.
A
A, B, D, C
B
B, C , D, A
C
C, B, A, D
D
D, A, C, B
Question 8
Centre for DNA fingerprinting is located at
A
Bengaluru
B
New Delhi
C
Pune
D
Hyderabad
Question 9
Cryogenic engines are used in
A
atomic reactors
B
rockets
C
defrost refrigerators
D
doing research connected with superconductivity
Question 10
'Threat of global warming' is increasing due to increasing concentration of
A
nitrous oxide
B
ozone
C
sulphur dioxide
D
carbon dioxide
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