Everyday Science MCQS Set-13 ( NTS KPPSC SPSC )

Everyday Science MCQS Set-13 for preparation. ( NTS KPPSC SPSC )

The material used in the fabrication of transistor is:

A. Silver
B. Copper
C. Silicon
D. Aluminium

In the heavy vehicles, diesel is used as fuel because:

A. It has high power and economic savings.
B. It is less costly and useful from the fuel-saving point of view
C. It has more mileage and the safe for the engine.
D. None of these

The main constituent of Vinegar is:

A. Ascorbic acid
B. Citric acid
C. Acetic acid
D. None of these

Vermicompost is a/an:

A. Synthetic fertilizer
B. Organic bio-fertilizer
C. Inorganic fertilizer
D. None of these

Dinosaur was:

A. Mammal
B. Reptile
C. Large herbivorous animal
D. None of these

Process by which plants prepare their food is called:

A. Photosynthesis
B. Photorespiration
C. Carbohydrolysis
D. None of these

Bile is stored in human beings in the:

A. Stomach
B. Liver
C. Gall bladder
D. None of these

What is mixed farming?

A. Growing several crops in a planned way
B. Growing several crops and rearing animals
C. Growing Rabi as Well as Kharif crops
D. None of these

Earthworm is called farmer’s friend because:

A. It makes soil porous
B. It fixes atmospheric nitrogen
C. It work as fungicide
D. None of these

Which one of the following is responsible for the stimulating effect of tea?

A. Alkaloid
B. Flavonoid
C. Steroid
D. None of these

Terrace farming is done:

A. on root tops
B. on the slope of hills
C. on mountain tops
D. in dry regions

Faulting owes origin to:

A. Tensional forces
B. Compressional forces
C. Convergent forces
D. All of these

Vitamin B exists in:

A. Fruit and Vegetables
B. Seeds
C. Sea-food
D. None of these

Which light is more important for photosynthesis?

A. Violet light
B. Red light
C. Greenlight
D. None of these

Which blood group is rare in the human body?

A. O
B. AB+
C. AB-
D. None of these

Which of the following lens are useful in microscope?

A. Convex lens
B. Concave lens
C. Curved lens
D. None of these

Which type of vitamin is useful for human body through Sun?

A. Vitamin B12
B. Vitamin A
C. Vitamin D
D. None of these

Which of the following gas is used in Refrigerator for cooling?

A. Methane
B. Ammonia
C. Nitrogen
D. None of these

The waves which are used by the TV remote control are:

A. Infrared waves
B. Radio waves
C. TV waves
D. None of these

How much fluids per-day a man should use?

A. 2.7 liters
B. 3.7 liters
C. 4.7 liters
D. None of these

The life span of red blood cells in human is:

A. 120 days
B. 125 days
C. 130 days
D. None of these

To clean the ice from the roads during winter season, which of the following is used?

A. Chlorine
B. Salt
C. Iodine
D. None of these

The ____ gas is used to make soda water.

A. Hydrogen
B. Ammonia
C. Nitrogen
D. Carbon Dioxide

____ can lift weight about 50 times of its own weight.

A. A donkey
B. An Indian Horse
C. African Horse
D. An Ant

Which of the following happens in Oxidation reactions?

A. Electron is Gained
B. Electrons are Lost
C. Protons are Gained
D. Protons are Lost

What is the process in which water directly condenses into a solid form?

A. Sublimation
B. Condensation
C. Evaporation
D. Precipitation

One of the following is not the layer of the earth’s Globe?

A. Crust
B. Mantle
C. Core
D. Stratosphere

The Speed of Light in a Vacuum is:

A. 5000,282 Miles per Second
B. 100,000 Miles per Second
C. 186,282 Miles per Second
D. None of the Above

While going towards the center of the earth, the weight of a body shall:

A. Increase
B. Decrease
C. Remain Same
D. Be Infinite

Which is the Green House Gas among the following?

A. Carbon Dioxide
B. Methane
C. Nitrous Oxide
D. All of these

Human heart has ___ chambers.

A. 5
B. 4
C. 3
D. 2

The disease that spreads through contact is called as:

A. Contiguous
B. Contagious
C. Continuous
D. Pandemic

Car batteries use ____ that reacts with lead zirconate to generate electricity.

A. Sulfuric acid
B. Hydrochloric acid
C. Nitric acid
D. None of these

Which one is not a vestigial organ of a Human being?

A. Appendix
B. Coccyx
C. Eyelids
D. All of these

Work of Pituitary gland in Human body?

A. Controls several other hormone glands
B. Remove wastes and extra fluid
C. Maintaining blood pressure
D. None of these

The largest cell in Human Body is:

A. Ovum
B. Mycoplasma
C. Nerve
D. None of these

The Earth rotates while Sun is:

A. Rotating
B. Stationary
C. Half Rotate
D. None of these

Normal Human body temperature 98.6f corresponds to:

A. 33°C
B. 34°C
C. 36°C
D. 37°C

Color of skin is due to:

A. Elastin
B. Melanin
C. Glutathione
D. Methionine

What is the composition of the Male Chromosome?


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