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Railway Exam GK : General Knowledge Paper Questions Like This

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Railway Exam GK : General Knowledge Paper Questions Like This

More than 90 thousand posts are to be recruited in railways. The highest number of 63,000 posts are for Group D level. The first step of this examination will be Computer Based Test. In this, 100 questions will be asked in 90 minutes. These 25 questions will be from GK and current affairs. Based on the questions asked during the past years, we are talking about how these questions can be.

Question: When did the first regular census begin in India?
Answer: 1881

Question: Where are the Commonwealth Games in 2018?
Answer: Gold Coast, Australia

Question: Where did the country's first Digital Government Research Center be inaugurated in March 2017?
Answer: In Bihar

Question: Who is the father of the Green Revolution in India?
Answer: M.S. Swaminathan

Question: Who are the exponents of Lokayat Darshan?
Answer: Charlak

Question: Which Mandal Commission was implemented during the tenure of the Prime Minister?
Answer: V. P. Singh

Question: What is the neighboring country of India with the lowest area?
Answer: Bhutan

Question: In whose reign was the invasion of lions on India?
Reply: Skand Gupta

Question: Onam is the main festival of which state?
Answer: Kerala

Question: What is India in terms of economic development?
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