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General Awareness is an important component of most of the competitive exams for employment in the government sector in India. The article TS CAB Recruitment General Awareness Quiz 10 presents questions related to IBPS PO, SSC CGL, SSC MTS, SSC CHSL, SEBI Grade A, Indian Bank PGDBF PO, LIC HFL, NIACL Assistant, RRB Assistant, RRB PO, SBI Clerk, SBI PO, RBI Grade B and BOB PGDBF PO. The article TS CAB Recruitment General Awareness Quiz 10 have been designed keeping in view the significant role of General Awareness sections in the scoring of competitive exams. TS CAB Recruitment General Awareness Quiz 10 is very useful to crack the General Awareness sections of several competitive exams.

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TSCAB Recruitment General Awareness Exam Pattern
S. No. Name of Tests (objective) No. of questions Max. Marks Time allotted for each test (Separately timed)
1. General/Financial Awareness 50 50 35 Minutes
2. General English 40 40 35 Minutes
3. Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude. 50 50 45 Minutes
4. Quantitative Aptitude 50 50 45 Minutes
Total 190 190 160 Minutes

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TS CAB Recruitment General Awareness Quiz 10 - Exam Syllabus
S. No. Name of the Topic
1. Indian Economy
2. Laws
3. Government schemes
4. General Science
5. 5-year plans
6. Books with Authors
7. Indian Constitution
8. Indian history
9. Geography
10. Countries and currencies
11. Award
12. Data Interpretation
13. Sports
14. Budget and taxes
15. Indian Banking Industry
16. RBI and Monetary Policy
17. Money Market in India
18. Capital Market in India
19. Public Finance
20. National Income

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1. Which of the following definitions is correct for Doldrums?
    A. A belt of calm and light variable winds near the equator B. A particular area in the centre of the Pacific Ocean C. The region of the upper atmosphere extending upward from the tropopause to about 20 kms above the earth D. None of these

Answer: Option C
2. In which type of rocks, fossils are more abundantly found?
    A. Igneous B. Metamorphic C. Sedimentary D. None of these

Answer: Option C
3. What is a continental shelf?
    A. It is a part of the ocean which is really an extension of the land mass, but submerged B. It is that part where the ocean commences C. It is a land mass which is surrounded by water on all sides D. It is a part of the continent that is submerged in relatively shallow sea

Answer: Option A
4. Which of the followings is used to treat Municipal water in India?
    A. Chlorine B. Potassium permanganate C. Sodium Chloride D. Sodium Carbonate

Answer: Option A
5. What is the use of Radar?
    A. Detecting objects by using light waves B. Reflecting sound waves to detect objects C. Determining the presence and location of objects with radio waves D. Tracking rain-bearing clouds

Answer: Option B
1. Which substance is commonly used in refrigerators?
    A. Freon B. Oxygen C. Ammonia D. Sulphur dioxide

Answer: Option A
2. Which one of the following is secreted by Pancreas and regulates the amount of sugar in the body?
    A. Renin B. Creatin C. Vitamin D. Insulin

Answer: Option D
3. What is mainly obtained from bauxite?
    A. Copper B. Aluminium C. Iron D. Gold

Answer: Option B
4. What happens to the weight, when iron rusts?
    A. Weight increases B. Weight decreases C. Weight remains the same D. Weight first increases then decreases

Answer: Option A
5. All responsibilities regarding elections in India are entrusted to which of the following authorities?
    A. President B. Prime Minister C. Chief Justice D. Chief Election commissioner

Answer: Option D
1. What was not the most important feature of land revenue system of Akbar?
    A. Collection of land revenue in kind or cash B. Collection of land revenue based on accurate measurement of land C. Collection of land revenue directly at the central treasury D. Fixation of rates

Answer: Option D
2. Which of the following is the most important cause for the decline of Buddhism after Ashoka?
    A. Non-patronage by the kings B. Condemnation of animal sacrifices C. Growth of licentious practices in Buddhist centres D. Allegiance to the middle path

Answer: Option A
3. What is caused by the deficiency of Vitamin D?
    A. Rickets B. Night blindness C. Pellagra D. Scurvy

Answer: Option A
4. Which of the following units can be used to measure the distance of stars?
    A. Light years B. Kilometres per second C. Kilometres only D. Nautical miles

Answer: Option A
5. Which Unit of distance is used in navigation?
    A. Nautical mile B. Kilometer C. Light year D. Yard

Answer: Option A

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