50 Multiple Choice GK Questions and Answers

50 Multiple Choice GK Questions and Answers

50 Multiple Choice GK Questions and Answers

 

50 Multiple Choice GK Questions and Answers

 

Multiple Choice GK Questions and Answers Part 1 (Questions 1-16)

 

1. ‘Christ the Redeemer’ is located in which place?
a) Rio De Janeiro
b) Salvador
c) Brasilia
d) Porto Alegre
Answer: Rio De Janeiro

 

2. Which among the following, religion has the highest population in the world?
a) Hinduism
b) Buddhism
c) Christianity
d) Islam
Answer: Christianity

 

3. A premier agency of Intelligence of Pakistan is _
a) Federal Security Bureau (FSB)
b) Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI)
c) The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
d) Ministry of Intelligence
Answer: Inter- Services Intelligence (ISI)

 

4. Name the other house of the Parliament of US other than the House of Representatives?
a)Selicate
b)Democratic party
c) Setate
d) Senate
Answer: Senate

 

5. More than 50% of the world’s population is using internet as a part of their daily routine. True or False?
a)True
b) False
c)Neither True or False
d)Nothing
Answer: False

 

6. Select the continent from the below options, which has the lowest internet access?
a) Europe
b) Australia
c) America
d) Africa
Answer: Africa

 

7. The percentage of children died due to the cause of malnutrition is?
a) 40%
b) 45%
c) 55%
d)65%
Answer: 45%

 

8. What percentage of world’s terrestrial biodiversity does forest contain?
a) 80%
b) 90%
c) 85%
d) 99%
Answer: 80%

 

9. Of all the wood produced in the world, what percentage of it is used for energy?
a)55%
b) 50%
c) 45%
d)60%
Answer: 50%

 

10. What is the number more than one in which children worldwide under the age of 5 are stunted due to chronic malnutrition?
a) 5
b) 3
c) 4
d) 6
Answer: 4

 

11. ‘Table Mountain’ is located at which place?
a) Johannesburg , South Africa
b) Pretoria, South Africa
c) Cape Town, South Africa
d) Port Elizabeth, South Africa
Answer: Cape Town, South Africa

 

12. Name the city, where Taj Mahal is located in India?
a) Delhi
b) Jaipur
c) Agra
d) Varanasi
Answer: Agra

 

13. Which among the following is a symbol for Peace?
a) Green eyed monster
b) Jade
c) Olive Branch
d) Heart
Answer: Olive Branch

 

14. ‘The Colosseum ‘is located in which country?
a) Venice
b) Florence
c) Rome
d)Milan
Answer: Rome

 

15. Which among the following is the world’s largest lake?
a) Lake Baikal
b) Caspian Sea
c) Wular Lake
d) Lake Erie
Answer: Caspian Sea

 

16. Among, the following religion, name the second – highest in the world?
a) Judaism
b) Hinduism
c) Islam
d)Monothesim
Answer: Islam

 

Multiple Choice GK Questions and Answers Part 2 (Questions 17-31)

 

17. Less than what percentage of the 80000 tree species in the world have been studied for their use in any depth?
a) 2%
b) 3%
c) 1%
d) 4%
Answer: 1%

 

18. What percentage of land area do the mountains cover?
a) 27%
b) 30%
c) 24%
d) 25%
Answer: 25%

 

19. Nearly one in what number of people around the world do not have access to modern electricity services?
a) 3
b) 6
c) 4
d) 5
Answer: 5

 

20. The percentage of agriculture land in the total world area is?
a) 41.6%
b) 39%
c) 38.5%
d) 38%
Answer: 38.5%

 

21. In the 20th century, how much did the water use increased at the rate of population increase?
a) Once
b) Twice
c) Tens
d) Thrice
Answer: Twice

 

22. Who is known as the ‘Father of Biology’?
a) Galen
b) Aristotle
c) Socrates
d) Avicena
Answer: Aristotle

 

23. What percentage of global land area do the forest cover?
a) 31%
b) 30%
c) 45%
d) 35%
Answer: 31%

 

24. What percentage of the world’s population suffers from hunger?
a) 12%
b) 15%
c) 13%
d) 11%
Answer: 11%

 

25. The capacity to produce enough food to feed everyone in the world is more adequate .True or False?
a) True
b) False
c) Nothing
d) Neither true or False
Answer: True

 

26. The approximate global population is _
a) 7.6 Million
b) 7.6 billion
c) 8 .5 Million
d) 8.6 Million
Answer: 7.6 billion

 

27. Which among the following is the largest forest in the world?
a) Sagano Bamboo Forest
b) Taiga
c) Crooked Forest
d) Black Forest
Answer: Taiga

 

28. Which industry is known for being the largest consumers of water?
a) Aerospace
b) Education
c) Agriculture
d) Chemical
Answer: Agriculture

 

29. Which among the following city is called as ‘The Venice of the North ‘?
a) Oslo
b) Stockholm
c) Copenhagen
d) Helsinki
Answer: Stockholm

 

30. ‘Brown Revolution’ is associated with _
a) Avocado
b) Mangosteen
c) Coconut
d) Cocoa
Answer: Cocoa

 

31. The symbol for truce is _
a) Red flag
b) Black flag
c) White Flag
d) Black and white flag
Answer: White Flag

 

Multiple Choice GK Questions and Answers Part 3 (Questions 31-50)

 

32. Presently, who is the Chief Executive Officer of Google?
a) Larry Page
b) Steve Ballmer
c) Sundar Pichai
d) Satya Nadella
Answer: Sundar Pichai

 

33. A three-day music festival known as the Orange Festival is celebrated in which country?
a) Poland
b) Finland
c) Sweden
d) Norway
Answer: Poland

 

34. Currently, the CEO of Facebook is _
a) Priscilla Chan
b) Steve Ballmer
c) Eduardo Saverin
d) Mark Zuckerberg
Answer: Mark Zuckerberg

 

35. The Cathedral of Vasily the Blessed, commonly known as the Saint Basils Cathedral is located in which place ?
a) London
b) Kiev
c) Moscow
d) Saint Petersburg
Answer: Moscow

 

36. When did the first modern Olympic Game held?
a) 1897
b) 1896
c) 1789
d) 1869
Answer: 1896

 

37. The second highest peak of an island in Asia, the Mount Fuji is of which country?
a) Russia
b) Japan
c) China
d) India
Answer: Japan

 

38. What is the currency of Ireland?
a) Euro
b) Dollar
c) Pound
d) Canadian Dollar
Answer: Euro

 

39. What percentage of their income do the poor worldwide spend on food?
a) 30%
b) 65%
c) 70%
d) 75%
Answer: 70%

 

40. What is the currency of New Zealand?
a) Croatian kuna
b) Swiss franc
c) Renminbi
d) New Zealand Dollar
Answer: New Zealand Dollar

 

41. Which is the tallest waterfall in the world?
a) Niagara Falls
b) Angel Falls
c) Iguazu Falls
d) Jog Falls
Answer: Angel Falls

 

42. Name the person who is known as ‘Father of Medicine ‘?
a) Galen
b) Plato
c) Hippocrates
d) Herodotus
Answer: Hippocrates

 

43. Which is the second tallest waterfall in the world?
a) Angel Falls
b) Tugela Falls
c) Tugela Falls
d) Gullfoss
Answer: Tugela Falls

 

44. The biggest protected area in the world is _
a) High Line
b) Garden of Gods
c) Kings Park
d) Marae Moana
Answer: Marae Moana

 

45. ‘International Year of Plant Earth’ was celebrated in _
a) 2008
b) 2009
c) 2007
d) 2010
Answer: 2008

 

46. Where did the 2018 Winter Olympics held?
a) North Korea
b) Brazil
c) USA
d) South Korea
Answer: South Korea

 

47. The Government of India introduced a new tax system in 2017, name it?
a) Tariff
b) Income Tax
c) Goods and Services Tax (GST)
d) Payroll Tax
Answer: Goods and Services Tax (GST)

 

48. Where did the 1996Summer Olympics, officially known as the Games of XXVI Olympiad held?
A) Brazil
b) USA
c) Australia
d) UK
Answer: USA

 

49. Which among the following is, The Chief Executive Officer of Microsoft?
a) Satya Nadella
b) Steve Ballmer
c) Infra Nooyi
d) Sundar Pichai
Answer: Satya Nadella

 

50. What percentage of the world’s population would be living in cities, by 2030?
a) 60%
b) 70%
c) 65%
d) 75%
Answer: 60%

 

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