UP TGT Exam GK Practice Set 16
UP TGT Exam General Knowledge Practice Set 16 : Graduate teacher trained for 3539 posts in aided non-government secondary schools of the state by Uttar Pradesh Secondary Education Service Selection Board, Prayagraj (TGT) had released the notification for teacher recruitment. And the online application process for this is over. Now the exam date will be announced soon by the board.
In such a situation, if you are also going to appear in this exam, then through this article we have brought a practice set of 25 very important questions of general knowledge, which the candidate must read once.
UP TGT Exam General Knowledge Practice Set 16
Question. What are the pillared buildings in which Buddhist monks worship called?
Question. Which religion preaches “Desire is the cause of all suffering”?
- Hindu Religion
Question. “Brihaddesi” which is an ancient inscription present in which musical structure is classified into folk and classical music
- vowel sound
Question. In what were the early Buddhist scriptures composed?
- Prakrit text
- in Pali
- Sanskrit text
- pictographic text
Question. Alexander (Alexander) and Porus fought.
- in panipat
- in tarain
Question. After the death of Alexander, the eastern part of his empire went under whose control?
- Seleucus Nicator
Question. Pandit Lachhu Maharaj, who passed away recently, was associated with which discipline?
Question. ‘Kalaripattu’ is the martial art of which state?
Question. Which of the following cities was given to Guru Dronacharya by the Pandavas as Guru Dakshina?
- UP TGT GK Practice Set 15
- UP TGT GK Practice Set 14
- UP TGT GK Practice Set 13
Question. A …….. Government works within the limits prescribed by constitutional laws and civil rights.
Question. In which type of government the rulers are elected by the people?
- martial law
Question. , There is an institutional system which incorporates two types of political systems – one at the provincial level and the other at the central level.
Question. The famous Dilwara Mar at Mount Abu is the holy pilgrimage center of which of the following communities?
Question. Which of the following describes India as a secular state?
- Directive Principles
- union list
- state list
Question. In what form has ‘Nyay’ mentioned in the Preamble of the Indian Constitution been accepted?
- political justice
- economic justice
- Social justice
- all options are correct
Question. Why does Earth have its own atmosphere?
- gravitational force
- Earth’s rotation
Question. The amount of insolation received at a place on the earth’s surface depends on
- over there weather
- on the longitude of that place
- at its latitude
- at the height of that place
Question. What is the molten stone below the earth’s surface called?
Question. Which of the following state is bordered by Bangladesh on three sides?
Question. Which mountain range separates North and South India?
- Western Ghats
Question. What is the new name of Wheeler Island?
- Vikram Sarabhai Island
- Satish Dhawan Island
- abdul kalam island
- CV Raman Island
Question. What are the disjointed lines drawn to show the slope on a map called?
- bottom sign
- contour line
- form lines
Question. What is Magnetic Meridian?
- parallel to the earth’s equator
- the line connecting the geographic north and geographic south of the earth
- The region passing through Earth’s magnetic north and magnetic south
Question. What is Dakshin Gangotri?
- River Valley in Andhra Pradesh
- automatic station in antarctica
- second source of river ganga
- islands in the Indian sea
Question. Which state has the largest share of barren land in India?
- Andra Pradesh
- Madhya Pradesh
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