Frequently asked questions of Static Awareness in IBPS Exams

Q1. Which of the dance forms enlisted in UNESCO?
(a) Mudiyeltu 
(b) Bidesia
(c) Maach 
(d) Yakshagan
(e) Garba

Q2. Booker prize is given to the field of :
(a) Fiction writing 
(b) Poetry
(c) Drama 
(d) Essay
(e) Science

Q3. Who is the author of the book “War and Diplomacy in Kashmir”?
(a) G. Parthasarathy
(b) Sir Owen Dixon
(c) C. Dasgupta
(d) Kuldeep Nayar
(e) Khuswant Singh

Q4. 'Syadvad' and 'Anchkantvad' belongs to
(a) Jainism 
(b) Buddhism
(c) Sikhism 
(d) Hinduism
(e) None of these

Q5. The first thermionic valve was invented by 
(a) Thomas Edison 
(b) Richardson 
(c) J.A. Fleming 
(d) Lee De Forest 
(e) Richard V Watson 

Q6. The famous Lagoon lake of India is:  
(a) Dal Lake 
(b) Chilka Lake 
(c) Fatehpur sagar lake
(d) Mansarover 
(e) Anchar Lake

Q7. Which of the following passes lies in the Sutlej Valley?  
(a) Nathu La 
(b) Jelep La 
(c) Sherabathanga 
(d) Shipki La 
(e) None of these

Q8. Which amongst the following is a book written by Dr. Harivansh Rai Bhachchan?
(a) Chidambara
(b) Kapala Kundala
(c) Kamayani
(d) Anubhutiyan
(e) Satrangini

Q9. For which invention is Otto Hahn famous?  
(a) Atom bomb 
(b) Television 
(c) X-rays 
(d) Miner’s safety lamp 
(e) Steam Engine

Q10. FiFi awards are given in_____industry:
(a) Film
(b) Home Appliances
(c) Perfumes
(d) Automobiles
(e) Textile

Q11. The World Day to Combat Desertification is observed every year on:  
(a) 4th May 
(b) 19th July
(c) 14th August 
(d) 3rd October 
(e) 17th June 

Q12. India Army’s Operation ‘Saiyam’ was related to:  
(a) Kashmir 
(b) Indo-China Border in the Central Region  
(c) North-East 
(d) Indo-Pak Border in Punjab and Rajasthan 
(e) Nathu la pass 

Q13. The UN Secretary-General holds office for a period of   
(a) 3 years 
(b) 4 years 
(c) 5 years 
(d) 6 years 
(e) 7 years

Q14. The adoption of High Yielding Variety Programme in Indian Agriculture started in  (a) 1968 
(b) 1967
(c) 1966
(d) 1965 
(e) 1969

Q15. The World Environment Day observed on  
(a) 15th June 
(b) 5th June 
(c) 10th October 
(d) 8th March 
(e) 25th June