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# Indian Railways Group D Exam Practice Test 4 Mcqs

 Test Name Indian Railways Group D Exam Practice Test Subject GK Test Type Mcqs Total Question 50 Total Marks 100 Total Time 50 Test Help For Railway Recruitment Test RRB Recruitment Exam RRC Group D Test General Knowledge

RRB and RRC Group D Exam is conducted for non-gazetted technical and non-technical posts in Indian railways. Recruitment for Group C and Group D vacancies is done through respective railway recruitment boards  which is controlled by Railway Recruitment Control Board (RRCB). The exam is conducted for recruitment of individuals for railways services as well as workshops of various divisions. Recruitment notification for employment is issued by individual rail heads as well as various divisions under a Railway heads. As such candidates are required to apply for RRB Group D exam through their respective railway recruitment divisional office.Applications received are scrutinized by the Board for Employment Group D Recruitment Exam Guide.We are going to provide you Indian Railways Group D Exam Practice Test 4 in form of free online mcqs over  here against required time as well.

## Sample Paper

1. India's national animal is:

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2.

Choose out the odd one:

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3. The instrument for measuring intensity of earthquakes is called:

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4. Indian railway is world's _______ largest railway system under a single management.

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5. A number which when divided by 4, 8, 16 leaves a remainder 3. If that number is divisible by 7, find the number?

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6. A wagon has the capacity of 12 adults or 20 children. How many adults can be boarded with 15 children?

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7. Cattle, goat and sheep can be represented by: Question 7 of 50

8. Who was the first Vice-President of India?

Question 8 of 50

9. The number of parallelograms in the following figure are: Question 9 of 50

10. Which of the following is a semiconductor?

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11. Stockholm is the capital of:

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12. Lion is the state animal of:

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13. Average age of 24 students is 15. If teacher's age is included, the average age increases by 1. Find the age of the teacher.

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14. Enzymes are made up of:

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15. The maximum concentration of alcohol that does not impair faculties of the human body is:

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16. A device used for measuring the depth of the sea is called:

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17. Industrial revolution first began in:

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18. Which of the following hormones is released in excess quantity during excitement?

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19. Abhinav walked 2 km west of his house ad then turned south covering 4 km. Finally, he moved 3 km towards east and then again 1 km west. How far is he from his initial position?

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20. The number of hexagons in the following figure is: Question 20 of 50

21. Which is the smallest state in India?

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22. The pH of human blood is around:

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23. The difference in selling price of a radio at gains of 10% and 15% is Rs. 30. Find the price of the radio?

Question 23 of 50

24. Air, water and sand can be represented by: Question 24 of 50

25. Which state in India is called the tea garden of India?

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26. A micron is equivalent to:

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27. 144 - 54 ÷ 18 = ?

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28. If 15 apple and 20 oranges cost as much as 20 apples and 15 oranges, which of the following conclusions is correct?

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29. Choose out the odd one:

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30. Anil sold a commodity in Rs. 450 at the loss of 10%. At what price did he purchase it?

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31. Mohan is younger than his father by 20 years. 5 years ago his father was 3 times than him. Find the age of his father at present?

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32. Choose out the odd one:

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33. A capacitor (condenser) is used in an electrical circuit to:

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34. The most malleable metal is:

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35. Bats can fly in the dark because:

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36. My father distributed Rs. 280 in such a way that each girl received Rs. 20 and each boy Rs. 10. If the number of boys is less than that of girls by 2. Find the number of boys.

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37. In the human body, the most abundant element is:

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38. The largest producer of sugar in India is:

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39. The function of DNA in body is:

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40. The hottest planet in the solar system is:

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41. Which organ of the body never rests?

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42. Toxicology is related to the study of:

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43. A student was asked to add 16 and subtract 10 from a number. He by mistake subtracted 16 and added 10 and found the answer 14. What is the right answer?

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44. The ratio of boys and girls in a school is 4 : 3. If there are 480 boys in the school, find the number of girls.

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45. Tipu Sultan was the ruler of:

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46. (6.3)2 + (1.7)2 + ? = (8.2)2

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47. Which battle led to the establishment of the Mughal Empire in India?

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48. The number of triangles in the figure given below is: Question 48 of 50

49. Scientific study of birds is known as:

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50. If the number of two digits are reversed, it becomes 18 greater than the number. Find the number if the sum of the digits is equal to 4?

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