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“Crack OSSSC PEO Exam with ease: 35 Mark Target in General Knowledge live Class!” Class no 3

The famous dancer Chemancheri Kunhiraman Nair is associated with which of the following dance forms?
(a) Sattriya
(b) Mohiniyattam
(c) Kathakali
(d) Manipuri
Ans: (c) Chemancheri Kunhiraman Nair, a veteran in the art form of Kathakali, a unique dance drama of Kerala, had its origin in the sixteenth century. Chemancheri’s style emanates from a blend of north-south Kerala styles and by incorporating elements of other dance forms like Bharatanatyam.

  1. Flower colors of red, pink, blue, and purple come mainly from pigments called _.
    (a) Carotenoids
    (b) Lycopene
    (c) Chlorophyll
    (d) Anthocyanins
    Ans: (d) Anthocyanins responsible for the colors, red, purple, and blue, are in fruits and vegetables. Berries, currants, grapes, and some tropical fruits have high anthocyanin content.

  1. In 1973, the Project Tiger was started in ________National Park.
    (a) Bhitarkanika
    (b) Sanjay Gandhi
    (c) Jim Corbett
    (d) Sunderbans
    Ans: (c) Jim Corbett believed in the conservation of the ecosystem and wildlife, especially tigers and that is why Jim Corbett National Park was chosen as the venue for the inauguration of the ‘Save the tigers’ project in India. Project tiger was launched in 1973.

  1. After the battle of __ in 1757, the British achieved political power in India.
    (a) Aliwal (b) Buxar
    (c) Plassey (d) Saragarhi
    Ans: (c) After the battle of Plassey in 1757, the British achieved political power in India. And their paramountcy was established during the tenure of Lord Dalhousie, who became the Governor-General in 1848.

  1. A chain of islands closely scattered in a body of water is called :
    (a) Canyon (b) Archipelago
    (c) Strait (d) Reef
    Ans: (b) An archipelago is a group of islands closely scattered in a body of water. Usually, this body of water is the ocean, but it can also be a lake or river.

  1. Which Sikh Guru compiled the ‘Adi Granth’ the holy scripture of Sikhism?
    (a) Guru Hargobind
    (b) Guru Amar Das
    (c) Guru Arjan Dev
    (d) Guru Ram Das
    Ans: (c) Adi Granth literally means “the first book.” This is the early compilation of the Sikh Scriptures by Guru Arjan Dev Ji, the fifth Sikh Guru, in 1604. This Granth (Book) is the Holy Scripture of the Sikhs..

  1. In India, the Ursa Major Constellation is also known as:
    (a) Devarshi (b) Maharshi
    (c) Saptarshi (d) Swadeshi
    Ans: (c) In Hindu legend, the brightest stars of Ursa Major represent the Seven Sages and the constellation is known as Saptarshi. The sages in question are Bhrigu, Atri, Angirasa, Vasishta, Pulastya, Pulalaha, and Kratu.

  1. Who among the following wrote the book ‘Wise and Otherwise’?
    (a) Gita Piramal
    (b) Jhumpa Lahiri
    (c) Arundhati Roy
    (d) Sudha Murthy
    Ans: (d) “Wise & Otherwise : A Salute to life” is a non-fiction book written by Sudha Murthy, chairperson of the Infosys Foundation and the wife of Narayan Murthy.

  1. Which process refers to the starting up of a computer and the loading of the required parts of the operating system into the RAM?
    (a) Shipping (b) Booting
    (c) Mapping (d) Tagging
    Ans: (b) In the Booting, System will check all the hardware and Software that are installed or Attached to the System and this will also load all the Files that are needed for running a system. In the Booting Process all the Files are

  1. Bumchu’ is a unique cultural festival celebrated in the Indian state of :
    (a) West Bengal
    (b) Odisha
    (c) Assam
    (d) Sikkim
    Ans: (d) This festival is celebrated at Tashiding Monastery on the 15th day of the first month of the Tibetan calendar. Bumchu or the opening of the vessel containing the holy water is one of the holiest festivals in Sikkim.

  1. A/an _ is the wide end of a river that meets the sea.
    (a) Creek (b) Estuary
    (c) Gorge (d) Meander
    Ans: (b) Estuaries and their surrounding wetlands are bodies of water usually found where rivers meet the sea. Estuaries are home to unique plant and animal communities that have adapted to brackish water—a mixture of fresh water draining from the land and salty seawater.

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