Previous Year Questions for Railway Exam, 2018


Previous Year Questions for Railway Exam:

Dear Friends, Railway is going to conduct ALP/ Technician Examination and Railway Group D Examination by May/ June. So you all should prepare very hard especially for General Knowledge Section, as you never know what Railway will ask. Based on the previous papers of Railway we have prepared GK Question Series for Railway.
Every alternative day, We will post 20 GK Questions for Railway Exam. Hope it will help you a lot

Previous Year Questions for Railway Exam: SET 1

  • The colour of solid Iodine is – Purplish Grey to Black
  • Last emperor of the Mauryan Dynasty – Brihadratha
  • On which lake is the Golden Temple located – Amrit Sarovar Lake
  • Which art form was Mrinalini Sarabhai associated with – Bharatnatyam
  • The first captain of the Indian Cricket team One Day International was – Ajit Wadekar
  • On which festival did the Jallianwala Baug Massacre take place – Baisakhi
  • In the Republic of India, the administrative head of a Union Territory is – Lieutenant Governor
  • The largest glacier in India – Siachen Glacier
  • Which was the first women’s sport to be introduced in the Olympics – Golf
  • From 1337 to 1453, who were the main combatants in the Hundred Year’s War – Kingdom of England and Kingdom of France
  • If the pH value of a substance is lower than 7, it would be considered as – Acid
  • In which state world Heritage Site ‘Basilica of Bom Jesus‘ located – Goa
  • First Indian Nobel Laureate – Rabindranath Tagore
  • Indian born Shiva Ayyadurai is associated with the invention of – Email
  • From which country is the ‘Fundamental Duties’ of the Indian Constitution borrowed – USSR
  • In India, the highest cricket ground above sea level lies in the state – Himachal Pradesh
  • The growth of plants in response to Gravity – Geotropism
  • In 1831, electricity became viable for use in technology when – Michael Faraday created the electric dynamo.
  • Discoloration of Brass is caused by – Hydrogen Sulphide
  • India’s national motto, Satyameva Jayate (Truth alone Triumphs), is a mantra from ancient Indian scripture – Mundaka Upanishad

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