Q: NOTA (None of the Above) has been introduced in the various elections on the directions of 

1. Union Cabinet

2. Parliament

3. Election Commission

4. Supreme Court

Q: In which of the following states/UT the President’s Rule is imposed in February, 2014 after the resignation of the Chief Minister?

1. Jharkhand

2. Uttarakhnad

3. Delhi

4. Pondicherry

Q: Who of the following sports person has been appointed as the brand ambassador of Border Security Force (BSF) which is the first time that any central force in India has appointed a brand ambassador?

1. Mary Kom

2. Mahender Singh Dhoni

3. Saina Nehwal

4. Virat Kohli

Q: Which of the following items have been added to the prohibited list of substances of the World Anti Doping Agency (WADA) in order to detect patterns of misuse in sports that came into effect from January 1, 2014?

1. Tea

2. Coffee

3. Both 1 and 2

4. None

Q: Who of the following is elected as the President of International Olympic Committee to succeed Jacques Rogge who stepped down after 12 years?

1. Thomas Bach

2. Avery Brundage

3. Suresh Kalmadi

4. Alexander Peya

Q: Who of the following former Chief Election Commissioners of India is considered to be the architect of ‘None of the above’ (NOTA) option that is directed by the Supreme Court to be used in the elections that empowers the citizens rejecting all the candidates contesting in the elections which is considered to serve a very fundamental and essential part of vibrant democracy?

1. T. N. Seshan

2. T. S. Krishnamurthy

3. N. Gopala Swamy

4. Naveen Chawla

Q: Which of the following countries follow 4-2-1 procedure where one employed child is expected to take care of two parents and four surviving grand parents?

1. South Korea

2. Japan

3. Australia

4. China

Q: Who of the following is the chairman of the committee on the Composite Development Index of states?

1. Duvvuri Subba Rao

2. Dr. C. Ranga rajan

3. Raghuram Rajan

4. Y. Venu Gopala Reddy

Q: Which of the following countries switched off its last operating nuclear reactor on September 15, 2013 for safety concerns and strong opposition from the public?

1. China

2. South Korea

3. France

4. Japan

Q: ‘Quantitative Easing’ means

1. More supply of money into economy by raising the interest rates

2. Less supply of money into economy by reducing the interest rates

3. More supply of money into economy by mainating low interest rates

4. More supply of money into economy with change in interest rates at regular intervals

Q: Which of the following schools have been sanctioned for the Scheduled Tribes by the government out of grants under Article 275 (1) of the Indian Constitution in 23 states / UTs where all the facilities for a proper study atmosphere are made available?

1. Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalayas

2. Kendriya Vidyalayas

3. Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas

4. Eklavya Model Residential Schools

Q: Which of the following laws has been passed by the Parliament in the year 2013 which is consistent with the right to live with dignity?

1. Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement

2. Food Security

3. Lok Pal

4. Anti-manual Scavenging

Q: Which of the following organizations successfully launched Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer (LADEE) the latest robotic explorer to the Moon?

1. Indian Space Research Organization

2. European Space Agency (ESA)

3. National Aeronautics Space Administration

4. Russian Space Agency

Q: Which of the following is the first manmade object to enter Interstellar space and became the first spacecraft ever to leave the solar system?

1. Voyager 1

2. Voyager 2

3. Jade Rabbit

4. Space X