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Saturday, April 13, 2013

General Awareness Bits for SSC CGL Exam - Geography - Set 4

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Who is considered to be the founder of the modern frozen food industry





The earth is at its maximum distance from the Sun on






A form of condensation that reduces visibility and causes breathing problems is

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The total population divided by available land area is reffered to as




Which one of the following though called a garden is infact, not a garden?

  • Vrindavan Garden of Mysore
  • Hanging Garden of Mumbai
  • Eden Garden of Kolkata
  • Shalimar Garden of Kashmir




"Eutrophication" is associated with




The land between two rivers is called




WHich year is called as the 'Demographic divide'




Which country has a high density of populitaion?




The iron and steel plant in Chattisgarh is at




The world's fastest growing water plant is




The rocket which carried the mars orbiter which gives us information about Mars is




Through which states does the river Chambal flows?




The sex of a child is determined




The food chain of the ecosystem is maintained by the activities of




Which one of these primates is closest to the modern man?

  • Gorilla
  • Gibbon
  • Orang-Utan
  • Chimpanzee




A gram of fertile agricultural soil may contain bacteria upto




The lading sesame producing country in the world is




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6 comments:

  1. English is very difficult of cgl plz update some english ...

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    1. bhai mere.. duniya bol bol ke thak gayi.. ki english rato rat nahi sudhar sakti.. daily reading habits bana.. akhbaar padh.. diff. words ki meaning yad kar.. sentence correction practice kar.. par nahi.. har cheez ki guide de do bas inhe.. mana ki bharat sarkar ne reservation provide kiya hai aap ke liye.. par fir bhi ittna halua nahi hai..

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  2. is dis material enough for cgl exam??????

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