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General Knowledge - General Awareness Quiz - Questions and Answers, GK 2010


1. In which of the following universities is being set up "National Centre for Sustainable Coastal Zone Management" under the World Bank assisted Integrated Coastal Zone Management project?


2. Which among the following National Park is distinct in India because it encompasses a Project Tiger Reserve, an Elephant Reserve and a Biosphere Reserve (all of them)?


3. While keeping a promise that India has made in the Copenhagen climate summit, that India will voluntarily endeavor to reduce its emissions intensity by about 20-25% by the year 2020 in comparison to 2005, India also clarified that emissions from the following should be excluded in calculations to assess the country’s emissions intensity?


4. Who has written the book"Interpreter of Maladies "


5. Which article of the constitution of India lays down the procedure for impeachment of the President?



6. What are the targets set by Ministry of Commerce, Government of India for bringing Foreign Direct Investments in India by 2012 & 2017?


7. What do we call a situation, when the Government meets the gap of the public expenditure and public revenue by printing new currency ?


8. In which year Govt. of India made mandatory Mid Career Training Programme (MCTP) for IAS officers, in three different phases of 8 weeks duration?


9. As of June 28, 2010, with how many countries India has a Civil Nuclear Deal?


10. Which among the following Brahaman gave an account of agricultural operations for a season?


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