111 Things Students Should Know G.K Questions & Ans. In 2021

GK is an important aspect of a  candidate’s  life and though, is not always prescribed in the syllabus but forms an very important foundation for the intellectual building. Some Very important General Knowledge  Questions for students mentioned here. General Knowledge questions will help candidates in participating in all competitive examinations  conducted in written entrance  examinations.

These questions are 98 things you should know in General Knowledge – Things you are supposed to know as a College students.  It also includes 98 Easy GK Questions and Answers, General Knowledge quizzes and easy general knowledge quizzes. There are many General Knowledge questions as possible, but you need to try to much as possible to know the basic ones that include the things that affect you.

 1. How many Cricket World Cups does India have?

Ans.: India has two Cricket World Cups.

2. Who is known as Father of Indian Constitution?

Ans: Dr. B.R. Ambedkar

3. Which is the longest River on the Earth?

Ans.:  Nile River

4. Smallest State of India is?

Ans.: Goa

5.  How many seconds are in a day?

Ans: 86400 Seconds

6.  The Most Successful Club in World?

Ans: Rangers Fc from Scotland with 100 major Trophies

7. Who was the First President of India? 

Ans: Dr. Rajendra  Prasad

8.  India Lies in which Continent? 

Ans: Asia

9. Who is the father of our Nation?

Ans: Mahatma Gandhi

10.  Which Animal has hump on its back?

Ans: Camel

11.  Who owns the Premier League?

Ans: It is own by 20 member club who play in it.

12. The first man to walk on the moon

Ans:  Neil Armstrong

13. The instrument used to see stars

Ans: Telescope

14. The first woman to walk in space?

Ans:  Savitskaya

15. What was the first animal on the moon?

Ans: Dog

16. What is the longest word in the dictionary?

Ans:  Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis

17.  Which plant grows in Desert?

Ans: Cactus

18. The longest word in English has

Ans: 189,819 letters

19. What colour symbolises peace?

Ans: The colour while symbolises peace

20.  Which flower is while in colour?

Ans: Jasmine

21. National Animal of India ?

Ans: Tiger

22.  Brain of Computer is ?

Ans: CPU

23.  Which words contain all five vowels?

Ans: Abstemious and facetious.

24.  Tallest Animal in the World?

Ans: Giraffe

25. What is a female lion called?

Ans: Lioness

26. What is the smallest living thing in the world?

Ans:  Nanoarchaeum equitans.

27. Which is the smallest animal in India?

Ans: The Etruscan shrew

28.  Which is the most sensitive organ in our body?

Ans: Skin

29.  Who was the first prime minister of India?

Ans: Jawaharlal Nehru was the first Prime Minister of India.

30.   Who invented Computer?

Ans:  Charles Babbage

31.  Giddha is the fold dance of?

Ans: Punjab state

32.  Highest Dam of India is?

Ans: Tehri Dam

33. Which is the heavier metal of these two? Gold or Silver?

Ans: Gold

34.  National Tree of India is?

Ans: Banyan Tree

35.  Shape of Egg is?

Answer: Oval

36. What is the deepest river in the world?

Ans: Congo River

37. Which is the smallest ocean?

Ans:  Arctic Ocean

38. Which river crosses the most countries?

Ans: The Danube

39. Which ocean is the deepest on Earth?

Ans: Pacific Ocean

40. Which is the tallest statue in the world in 2019?

Ans: Statue of Unity

41.  Baby of Horse is called?

Ans: Colt

42. Most widely spoken language in the world is?

Ans: Mandarin (Chinese)

43 Which planet is nearest to Earth?

Answer: Venus

44. Which organ purify our blood?

Ans: Kidney

45. 1024 Kilobytes is equal to?

Ans: 1 Megabyte (MB)

46. Which country are the Giza Pyramids in?

Ans: The Giza Pyramids are in Egypt.

47. What city is the statue of library in?

Ans: The status of library is n New Yard City

48.  Gir National Park in Gujarat is famous for?

Ans: Lion

49. Which is the largest statue?

Ans: Spring Temple Buddha

50. What is the tallest statue in America?

Ans: the Statue of Liberty

51.  Figure with 8 sides is called?

Ans: Octagon

52. What is the smallest status in the world?

Ans: Järnpojke or Iron Boy

53.  Is Email older than WWW?

Ans: Yes

54.   What was the first domain name registered?

Ans: symbolics.com

55. Which coin is king in the crypto market?

Ans: Bitcoin

56.  Name of Game which is played with Bat, Ball, and Wicket?

Ans: Cricket

57.  How many colours are there in India’s National flag?

Ans: three colours

58. Gateway of India is located at?

Answer: Mumbai

59. How many colours are there in India’s National Flag?

Ans: Three

60. Contract is the disease of ?

Ans: Eyes

61  The total distance around a figure is called its?

Answer: Perimeter

62. Which insect has colourful wings?

Ans: Butterfly

63. Largest island in the world is?

Answer: Green Land

64.  How many players are there in a cricket team?

Answer: 11

65.  How many currencies are in the crypto market?

Ans: Over 6000 currencies

66. . Men or Women, who is more forgetful?

Ans: Men

67. What is the most important meal of the day?

Ans: Breakfast

68.  Which language was used in the literature of the Sangam period?

Ans: Tamil

69. Who was the real founder of the Aligarh Muslim University?

Ans:   Syed Ahmad Khan

70. Who was the Viceroy when the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre took place?

Ans:  Chelmsford

71.  Who was Albert Einstein?

Ans : Albert Einstein was a famous scientist.

72  Name any reptile?

Ans: A lizard is a reptile.

73.  What crop is famously grown in the region of Darjeeling?

Ans: The region of Darjeeling is known to grow Tea leaves.

74. When was the non-cooperation movement started by M.K Gandhi?

Ans.  Jallianwala Bagh Massacre.

75.  Which is the oldest mountain range in India?

Ans:  Aravali Mountains.

76.  What does ‘Archipelago’ mean?

Ans: A group of islands

77. Which countries are separated by the Durand Line?

Ans:  Afghanistan and Pakistan.

78. Which cities are called ‘The twin cities’?

Ans:  Hyderabad and Secunderabad.

79. Which is the oldest dam in India?

Ans: Kallanai Dam

80. Who wrote Romeo and Juliet?

Ans: William Shakespeare wrote Romeo and Juliet.

81.  Cry of lion is called?

Ans: Roar

82.  Who wrote the National Anthem – Jana Gana Mana?

Ans : Rabindra Nath Tagore

83. What islands are a part of the country of India?

Ans: The Andaman and Nicobar Islands and Lakshadweep Islands belong to India.

84.  We get solar energy from?

Ans : Sun

85.  How many days are there in a Leap year?

Ans : 366

86.  LBW is related to which sports?

Ans : Cricket

87.  Who is the founder of Microsoft?

Ans: Bill Gates is the founder of Microsoft.

88.  Who was George Washington?

Ans: George Washington was the first president of the United States of America.

89.   Which African nation is famous for chocolate?

Ans : The nation of Ghana is world famous for chocolate.

90.  What is King Arthur’s sword called?

Ans : King Arthur’s sword was called Excalibur.

91. Which is the biggest sea animal?

Ans: Dolphin

92. Who discovered Penicillin?

Ans : Alexander Flemming

93.  Scientific study of birds is called?

Ans: Ornithology

94.  Who was popularly known as Netaji?

Ans : Subhash Chandra Bose

95. Who is the author of the book – Broken Wing?

Ans: Sarojini Naidu

96.  Which bird can not fly?

Ans: Ostrich

97.  Which fruit gives us oil?

Ans : Coconut

98  Which is the tallest waterfall in the world ?

Ans : Angel Falls

99. What does UPS stand for?

Ans: Uninterrupted Power Supply

100. Name the four metropolitan cities of India

Ans: Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Delhi

101.   What is the boiling point of water?

Ans: 100 degree is the boiling point of water.

102.  Which state has taken up Sanskrit as an official language?

Ans: Uttarakhand

103.  Name the first female Indian Astronaut

Ans: Kalpana Chawla

104.  Who was the first Indian to go to space?

Ans: Rakesh Sharma

105  Who was India’s longest serving Prime Minister?

Ans: Jawaharlal Nehru

106.  Which is the smallest continent?

Ans: Australia

107.   Who invented the telephone?

Ans:  Alexander Graham Bell

108.  How many states does India have?

Ans: 29

109. Where is the Ajanta caves situated?

Ans: Maharashtra

110. Which gas commonly known as laughing gas

Ans: Nitrous Oxide

111.  Who was known as the Indian Napoleon?

Ans: Samudragupta

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