RRB Group D GS Practice Set 46
RRB Group D General Science Practice Set 46 : RRB Group D exam has started from 19th August, in which the first and second stage examination has been completed, now the third stage exam has started, which will run from 8th September to 19th September. So the candidates who have to appear in the next shift examinations should speed up their preparation.
In such a situation, 25 important questions and answers of General Science related to Group D exam have been included in front of you through this article. Make sure to practice these questions before going to the exam.
RRB Group D General Science Practice Set 46
Question. The disease called ‘tetanus’ is also known by the following names
- whooping cough
Question. The cause of liver disease hepatitis B is—
- HBV virus
- RNA virus
Question. Only one type of atom is found in which of the following?
- mineral mixture
- natural elements
- none of the above
Question. The richness of an ecosystem with chemical elements, especially nitrogen, phosphorus mixed compound elements, is called ……..
Question. Which one of the following is a good source of nutritional calcium?
- skim milk
Question. The slow growth of human body is due to the deficiency of which of the following?
- none of these
Question. chemical reaction → CO2 + H2O→ H2CO3 Example is-
- of oxidation
- of collection
- of exchange
- of separation
Question. The main reducing agent used in metallurgy of iron (Fe) is
- Carbon dioxide
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Question. Which of the following is not a polymer?
- cotton (cotton)
Question. How many layers are there in human skin?
Question. What disease will happen if we drink water containing waste?
Question. Water is a solvent of ionic salts because—
- its boiling point is high
- Its dipole moment is high.
- Its specific heat is high.
- It doesn’t have any colour.
Question. What is the normal heartbeat rate in adults?
- 60-100 beats/minute
- 50-80 beats/minute
- 120-180 beats/min
- 75-120 d/min
Question. Which of the following nitrogenous bases is not present in ribonucleic acid (RNA)?
Question. Who among the following developed the C-Programming Language?
- charles bavage
- larry wall
- James Gosling
- Dennis Ritchie
Question. Which is India’s first geostationary experimental telecommunication satellite?
Question. Which of the following elements has a higher atomic number than that of fluorine?
Question. The morphology of chromosomes can be well studied by
- in interphase
- in the past
- in middle age
- in the zygotene
Question. In human blood, what percentage of the cellular fraction is plasma?
Question. Which of the following is a type of fermentation?
- aerobic respiration
- anaerobic respiration
- heat evaporation reaction
Question. Qatar is the highest per capita emitter of which of the following gases?
Question. What are the electrons in the highest energy level of an atom called?
- core electron
- orbital electron
- valence electrons
- free electrons
Question. Which of the following is not related to the brain?
- It is the largest part of the brain, about 60%.
- It forms the front, apex and side of the brain.
- It consists of two parts, which are called cerebral hemispheres.
- it is part of the forebrain
Question. The specific role of vitamin K is in the synthesis of
Question. Which of the following is a viral disease?
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