Education GK Quiz Answers – Learn and Improve Your General Knowledge

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Education GK Quiz Answers – Learn and Improve Your General Knowledge

Education GK Quiz Answers - Learn and Improve Your General Knowledge

 

Education GK Quiz Questions Answers

1. FFC stands for
A. Foreign Finance Corporation
B. Film Finance Corporation
C. Federation of Football Council
D. None of the above
Answer: B
Film Finance Corporation Australia (FFC) was the Australian Government’s principal agency for funding the production of film and television in Australia. Once a wholly owned government company, it was folded into a new agency, Screen Australia in 2008. It was established in 1988, its inaugural chairman being Kim Williams. Since its establishment the FFC has invested in 1,079 projects with a total production value of $2.58 billion.

2. East Timor, which became the 191st member of the UN, is in the continent of
A. Asia
B. Africa
C. Europe
D. South America
Answer: A
Timor-Leste, or East Timor, a Southeast Asian nation occupying half the island of Timor, is ringed by coral reefs teeming with marine life. Landmarks in the capital, Dili, speak to the country’s struggles for independence from Portugal in 1975 and then Indonesia in 2002. The iconic 27m-tall Cristo Rei de Dili statue sits on a hilltop high over the city, with sweeping views of the surrounding bay.

3. Fastest shorthand writer was
A. Dr. G. D. Bist
B. J.R.D. Tata
C. J.M. Tagore
D. Khudada Khan
Answer: A
Shorthand: a method of rapid writing by means of abbreviations and symbols, used especially for taking dictation. The major systems of shorthand currently in use are those devised in 1837 by Sir Isaac Pitman and (in the US) in 1888 by John R. Gregg (1867–1948)

4. Free market is
A. a condition in the international market where nations do not impose customs duty or other taxes on import of goods
B. market where the price of a commodity is determined by free play of the forces of supply and demand
C. ports that are exempted from payment of customs duty on articles of commerce, primarily to encourage tourism
D. None of the above
Answer: B
One view is that a free market is a system in which the prices for goods and services are determined by the open market and consumers, in which the laws and forces of supply and demand are free from any intervention by a government, price-setting monopoly, or other authority. Another view considers systems with significant market power, inequality of bargaining power, or information asymmetry to be less than free.

5. Epsom (England) is the place associated with
A. Horse racing
B. Polo
C. Shooting
D. Snooker
Answer: A
Epsom is a market town in Surrey, England, 13.6 miles south south-west of London, located between Ashtead and Ewell. The town straddles chalk downland and the upper Thanet Formation.

 

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6. Dr. Linus Carl Pauling is the only person to have won two Nobel prizes individually for
A. Chemistry in 1954, Peace Prize in 1962
B. Peace Prize in 1954, Chemistry in 1962
C. Physics in 1954, Medicine in 1962
D. Medicine in 1954, Physics in 1962
Answer: A
Linus Carl Pauling was an American chemist, biochemist, peace activist, author, and educator. He published more than 1,200 papers and books, of which about 850 dealt with scientific topics.

7. First human heart transplant operation conducted by Dr. Christiaan Barnard on Louis Washkansky, was conducted in
A. 1967
B. 1968
C. 1958
D. 1922
Answer: A
Christiaan Neethling Barnard was a South African cardiac surgeon who performed the world’s first human-to-human heart transplant on December 3, 1967, and the second overall heart transplant.

8. During the first crusade, crusaders reached Jerusalem and captured it in
A. 1000 AD
B. 1099 AD
C. 1200 AD
D. 1515 AD
Answer: B
The Crusades were a series of religious wars sanctioned by the Latin Church in the medieval period, especially the campaigns in the Eastern Mediterranean aimed at recovering the Holy Land from Islamic rule.

9. Galileo was an Italian astronomer who
A. developed the telescope
B. discovered four satellites of Jupiter
C. discovered that the movement of pendulum produces a regular time measurement
D. All of the above
Answer: D
Galileo Galilei was an Italian polymath: astronomer, physicist, engineer, philosopher, and mathematician. He played a major role in the scientific revolution of the seventeenth century.

10. Gabriel Daniel Fahrenheit was
A. a German Physicist
B. developed the mercury thermometer in 1714
C. devised temperature scale
D. All of the above
Answer: D
Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit was a Dutch-German-Polish physicist, inventor, and scientific instrument maker. A pioneer of exact thermometry, he is best known for inventing the mercury-in-glass thermometer and for proposing the Fahrenheit scale.

11. Habeas Corpus Act 1679
A. states that no one was to be imprisoned without a writ or warrant stating the charge against him
B. provided facilities to a prisoner to obtain either speedy trial or release in bail
C. safeguarded the personal liberties of the people against arbitrary imprisonment by the king’s orders
D. All of the above
Answer: D
1679 – The Habeas Corpus Act. The Habeas Corpus Act of 1679, was passed during the reign of the restored monarchy of Charles II after the English Civil War. It strengthened the ancient and powerful writ which had been a feature of English Common Law since before Magna Carta.

12. Himalayan Mountaineering Institute is at
A. Darjeeling
B. Dehradun
C. Marmago
D. Dispur
Answer: A
The Himalayan Mountaineering Institute was established in Darjeeling, India on November 4, 1954 to encourage mountaineering as an organized sport in India.

 

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