SSC JE General Awareness Questions & Answers
The Staff Selection Commission is conducting the Junior Engineer exam for filling in various posts under different branches like Civil, Electrical, and mechanical. As the SSC JE Exam is scheduled in the month of September, here is the SSC JE General Awareness Questions compiled by experts.
- As per the SSC JE Notification for the year 2019-20, interested and eligible candidates can apply for various posts under Junior Engineer category.
- Candidates must fill their SSC JE Application Form on or before September 12, 2019. If you are an aspirant of Junior Engineer post, then apply before the last date.
- In this post, we have provided SSC JE GA Questions with answers which are compiled by experts from various previous year articles. Check out the most important SSC JE GK Questions and answers here.
SSC JE General Awareness Questions 2019
Enhance your preparation for SSC JE 2019 Exam by practicing various types of general Awareness questions and know their answers as well.
- According to experts, most of the questions in the examination appear from previous year papers. Check out the most important and expected General Awareness questions.
- Start practicing different types of questions from SSC JE General Awareness Books PDF available online.
SSC JE General Awareness Questions and Answers
Here is the list of different GA Questions according to the latest SSC JE General Awareness Syllabus. Go through them and know different type of questions that can appear in the exam.
Q. Which is used as a primary memory of a computer?
Q. Chief Justices of the Supreme Court hold office till they attain the age of ______ .
Ans: 65 years
Q. Pachmarhi biosphere reserve is in _____
Ans: Madhya Pradesh
Q. What is Cloud burst?
Ans: Abnormally heavy downpour of rain, associated with Thunderstorm
Q. Which committee recommended for three language formula?
Ans: Kothari Committee
Q. The rice is cooked more quickly in a pressure cooker because
Ans: water boils at a higher temperature under pressure
Q. Wings of birds and insects are
Q. The Five Permanent Members of the UN Security Council Are
Ans: China, France, Russia, UK, US
Q. Tulsidas wrote Ramcharitmanas in the reign of
Q. Which Indian State had the first woman Chief Minister?
Ans: Uttar Pradesh (U.P.)
Q. Who is the final authority to interpret the Constitution?
Ans: The Supreme Court
Also, read SSC JE Reasoning Questions
Q. In the long-run the fixed costs become
Ans: Variable costs
Q. Which of the following is the largest irrigation canal in India?
Ans: Indira Gandhi canal
Q. The “Alamatti Dam” is constructed on which river?
Q. The lift of an air plane is based on which of the following?
Ans: Bernoulli’s theorem
Q. Which one of the following noble gas is not found in the atmosphere?
Q. What is the chemical name of Urea?
Q. The concept of Welfare State is included in which part of Indian Constitution?
Ans: Directive Principles of State Policy
Q. ‘Shekel’ is the currency of which country?
Q. The Vedic Deity ‘Indra’ was the God of:
Ans: Rain and Thunder
Q. ‘International Day of Tolerance’ is observed on:
Ans: November 16th
Q. ‘Utility’ in economics means the capacity to:
Ans: satisfy human wants
Q. Who said, ‘Child is the Father of Man’?
Ans: William Wordsworth
Q. Which among the following planet is largest in size? (1) Mercury, (2) Venus, (3) Earth, (4) Mars
Q. Nobel Prizes are given in how many fields?
Q. The most important ore of Aluminium is:
Q. Who is the author of the Book ‘My Presidential Years’?
Ans: R Venkataraman
Q. Market Regulations in Medieval India were first introduced by:
Ans: Alauddin Khilji
Q. The term ’Butterfly Stroke’ is associated with which sport?
Q. Addition of excessive amounts of heat to a lake is referred to as:
Ans: Thermal Pollution
Q. In the context of Computers, most common input devices are:
Ans: Keyboard and Mouse
Q. ‘Parasec’ is a unit of:
Q. ‘Vienna’ is the capital of which country?
Q. Which among the following is the longest river?
Q. As per Census 2011, which is the only Indian state to have a positive sex ratio i.e. more women per 1000 men?
Q. Which is the largest coal producing state of India?
Q. In the context of Indian banking, abbreviation RTGS stands for:
Ans: Real-Time Gross Settlement
Q. Tebhaga Movement of 1946 was initiated in:
Q. Which among the following countries is NOT a member of Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG)?
Q. Red Blood Cells are formed in:
Ans: Bone Marrow
Q. National Institute of Nutrition is located in which city?
Q. Which is the National Heritage Animal of India?
Share your thoughts/queries here!