Top 101 General Knowledge Questions With Answers and Current Affair January 2020


Top 101 General Knowledge Questions With Answers and Current Affair January 2020

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01:Which film won the Best Film Award at the 26th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards?
a) Parasite
b) Bombshell
c) The Irishman
d) Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood

03:Who won best actor award in a drama series at the SAG Awards 2020?
a) Steve Carell 
b) Billy Crudup 
c) David Harbour
d) Peter Dinklage

03:Which state has introduced a draft bill that proposes the creation of three state capitals?
a) Telangana 
b) Maharashtra 
c) Uttar Pradesh
d) Andhra Pradesh

04: Who has been elected as the 11th BJP National President?
a) Rajnath Singh
b) Nitin Gadkari
c) Jagat Prakash Nadda
d) Narendra Singh Tomar

05:India successfully test-first which nuclear capable missile on January 19?
a) Wajra-VI
b) Astra-8
c) K-4
d) SN-19

06:Which state’s CM has launched a guarantee card promising 24×7 electricity and cleaning drinking water supply among other guarantees?
a) Maharashtra
b) Delhi
c) Uttar Pradesh 
d) Madhya Pradesh

07:Which state has decided to provide stalls to divyangs for opening of shops at prime locations?
a) Uttar Pradesh 
b) Rajasthan
c) Jharkhand
d) Telangana

08:The deadly Coronavirus spread widely in which nation in January 2020?
a) Japan
b) China
c) South Korea
d) India

09 : A new species of bone-eating worm has been discovered in the which place?

(A) Bay of Bengal

(B) Bay of Biscay

(C) Gulf of Mexico

(D) Gulf of Alaska

10 : Annual bull taming event ‘Jallikattu’ recently began in which state?

(A) Kerala

(B) Andhra Pradesh

(C) Karnataka

(D) Tamil Nadu

11: Annual Global Risks Report is a report released by which organisation?



(C) World Bank


12: Dmitry Medvedev, who recently resigned was the Prime Minister of which country?

(A) Kazakhstan

(B) Mongolia

(C) Russia

(D) North Macedonia

13: Scientists of Zoological Survey of India have discovered three new species of frogs in which state?

(A) Assam

(B) Arunachal Pradesh

(C) Nagaland

(D) Tripura

14:  Which of the following is to host an International Conclave on Globalizing Indian Thought?

(A) IIM Bangalore

(B) IIM Ahmedabad

(C) IIM Kozhikode

(D) IIM Raipur

15:  SCI-FFI 2020 being held at which city?

(A) Chennai

(B) Panaji

(C) New Delhi

(D) Pune

16: Which crop is sown on the largest area in India?

  1. Rice
  2. Wheat
  3. Sugarcane
  4. Maize

17: Entomology is the science that studies

  1. Behaviour of human beings
  2. Insects
  3. The origin and history of technical and scientific terms
  4. The formation of rocks


18: Grand Central Terminal, Park Avenue, New York is the world’s

  1. highest railway station
  2. longest railway station
  3. largest railway station
  4. None of the above


19: Galileo was an astronomer who

  1. developed the telescope
  2. discovered four satellites of Jupiter
  3. discovered that the movement of pendulum produces a regular time measurement
  4. All the above.


20: Corey Anderson who has hit the fastest ODI century in 36 balls is from

  1. England
  2. Australia
  3. West Indies
  4. New Zealand


21: Who among the following were contemporaries of Kanishka?

  1. Kamban, Banabhatta, Asvagosha
  2. Nagarjuna, Asvagosha, Vasumitra
  3. Asvagosha, Kalidasa, Banabhatta
  4. Kalidasa, Kamban, Vasumitra


22:The world’s smallest country is

  1. Canada
  2. Russia
  3. Maldives
  4. Vatican City

 23: Novak Djokovic is a famous player associated with the game of

  1. Hockey
  2. Football
  3. Chess
  4. Lawn Tennis

24: Areas of which of the following current states did not come under control of Vijayanagar emperor Krishnadeva Raya?

  1. Kerala
  2. Tamil Nadu
  3. Odisha
  4. Maharashtra

25: Which one of the following was the first fort constructed by the British in India?

  1. Fort William
  2. Fort St. George
  3. Fort St. David
  4. Fort St. Angelo

 26: Which country below is not one of the members of the UN security council (Jan 2003)?

  1. Germany
  2. France
  3. China
  4. USA

27: What is the second largest country (in size) in the world?

  1. Canada
  2. USA
  3. China
  4. Russia

28: Which language is spoken in Karnataka?

  1. Marathi
  2. Hindi
  3. Malayalam
  4. Kannada

29: Ball pen function on which one of the following principal?

  1. Boyle’s law
  2. Gravitational force
  3. Surface tension
  4. Viscosity

30: The state which has the largest number of sugar mills in India is

  1. Bihar
  2. Haryana
  3. Punjab
  4. Uttar Pradesh

31: The currency notes are printed in

  1. New Delhi
  2. Nasik
  3. Nagpur
  4. Bombay

32: Which of the following countries is not a part of Melanesia region in the pacific ocean?

  1. Vanuatu
  2. Solomon Islands
  3. Fiji
  4. Kiribati

33: Which country has recently joined Euro Zone as the 18th member?

  1. Latvia
  2. Lithuania
  3. Estonia
  4. None of the above

34: The Indian, who holds the pride of beating the computers in mathematical wizard is:

  1. Shakuntala Devi
  2. Raja Ramanna
  3. Ramanujam
  4. Rina Panigrahi

35: For which of the following disciplines is Nobel Prize awarded?

  1. Literature, Peace and Economics
  2. Physics and Chemistry
  3. Physiology or Medicine
  4. All of the above

36: What is the world’s most common religion?

  1. Hinduism
  2. Christianity
  3. Buddhism
  4. Muslim

37: Global 500 ‘ awards are given for the outstanding achievement in which of the following fields

  1. Elimination of illiteracy
  2. Protection of environment
  3. campaign against drugs
  4. Population Contro

38: Durand Cup is associated with the game of

  1. Cricket
  2. Football
  3. Hockey
  4. Volleyball

39: Who was the Prime Minister of India when the 42nd Amendment Bill bringing in the changes in the Constitution was passed?

  1. Lal Bahadur Shastri
  2. Indira Gandhi
  3. V.P.Singh
  4. Rajiv Gandhi

40: The common elements of “NIFE” layer of the earth include

  1. Silicon and Magnesium
  2. Nickel and Iron
  3. Silver and Tungsten
  4. Silicon and Aluminium

41: Uttar Pradesh Finance Minister Rajesh Aggarwal has presented a mega budget of over __________________ with a focus on farmers, artisans, youth, infrastructure and urban development.

  1. Rs 12.31 lakh crore
  2. Rs 04.28 lakh crore
  3. Rs 05.72 lakh crore
  4. Rs 10.17 lakh crore

42: “Father of Indian Missile Science” is ______

  1. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
  2. P. K. Iyengar
  3. C. V. Raman
  4. Sir Jagadish Chandra Bose

43: In April 1980, ____ banks were nationalized in India?

  1. 3
  2. 5
  3. 6
  4. 7

44: In which year was the Bank of Maharashtra established?

  1. 1937
  2. 1935
  3. 1934
  4. 1949

45: In Banking terminology, NPA means

  1. Non-Promise Account
  2. Non-Personal Account
  3. Non-Performing Asset
  4. Net-performing Asset

46: Commercial arm of ISRO is ______


47: Which are the following rates are decided by the RBI is called “Policy Rate”?

  1. Cash reserve ratio
  2. Lending rate
  3. Bank rate
  4. Deposite rate

48: ‘kfw’ group released another instalment of its financial aid to India.’kfw’ is an organisation/bank base in;

  1. France
  2. Japan
  3. Germany
  4. China

49: Which bank beat SBI and become the second most valued bank in the country?

  1. Kotak Mahindra Bank
  2. Karnataka Bank
  3. ICICI Bank
  4. IndusInd Bank

50: RBI slaps Rs.3 Crore monetary penalty for this bank.

  1. Axis Bank
  2. Yes Bank
  3. IDFC Bank
  4. IDBI Bank

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51: Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA) is associated with which of the following Organisation?

  1. World Bank
  2. Reserve Bank of India
  3. International Monetary Fund (IMF)
  4. European Investment Bank

 52: The ‘PNB’ open its doors to the general public on:

  1. 12 April, 1895
  2. 14 April, 1895
  3. 16 April, 1895
  4. None of These

53: South Indian Bank has its headquarter in which state?

  1. Tamil Nadu
  2. Kerela
  3. Andhra Pradesh
  4. Karnataka

54: Which among the following personalities open their accounts with PNB:

  1. Jawahar Lal Nehru, Indira Gandhi
  2. Gobind Ballabh Pant, Lal Bahadur Shastri
  3. Rafi Ahmed Kidwai
  4. All of the above

55: Which of the following schemes have been launched for the school-going children?

  1. Lok Jumbish
  2. Mid-Day Meal
  3. AYUSH
  4. Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan

56: What is the full form of ‘ULIP’, the term which was in the news recently?

  1. Universal Life & Investment Plan
  2. Unit Loan & Investment Plan
  3. Unit Linked Insurance Plan
  4. Uniformly Loaded Investment Plan

57: National stock exchange is located

  1. New Delhi
  2. Mumbai
  3. Kolkata
  4. Bangalore

58: Where is the headquarter of World Health Organization (WHO)?

  1. New York
  2. Geneva
  3. Paris
  4. London

59: According to 6th Bi-monthly Monetary Policy Statement of RBI for FY 2017-18, the current Repo Rate is

  1. 5.75 per cent
  2. 6.00 percent
  3. 6.25 percent
  4. 6.50 percent

60: Increased interest rates, as is existing in the economy at present, will

  1. Lead to lower GDP growth
  2. Lead to higher GDP growth
  3. Mean lower cost of raw materials
  4. Mean higher cost of raw materials

61: Who invented the Ball Point Pen?

  1. Biro Brothers
  2. Waterman Brothers
  3. Bicc Brothers
  4. Write Brothers

62: Television was invented by

  1. Sholes
  2. J.L.Baird
  3. Shockley
  4. John Napier

63: Who invented Aeroplane

  1. J. Robert Oppenheimer
  2. Kirkpatrick Macmillan
  3. Wallace Carothers
  4. Orville & Wilbur Wright

64: Who invented Air Conditioning?

  1. Willis Carrier
  2. Ladislo Biro
  3. Martin Cooper
  4. Thomas Edison

65: Who invented the internet?

  1. Robert E. Kahn and Vint Cerf
  2. Philip Diehl
  3. William Sturgeon
  4. Frederick Banting

66: Who invented the wireless remote control?

  1. Frank Nesso
  2. Alexandre Alexeieff
  3. Robert Adler
  4. Ami Argand

67: Who invented the FM radio?

  1. Edwin Howard Armstrong
  2. Edward Henrik Armstrong
  3. Louis Theroux
  4. Adam Anter

68: Who build the first modern motorcar?

  1. Daimler
  2. Karl Benz
  3. Henry Austin
  4. Henry Ford

69: Penicillin was discovered by

  1. Alexender Flemming
  2. J. Gutenberg
  3. Sir Frank Whittle
  4. James Watt

70: Which of the following is the outstanding contribution of Scientist Aneriko Fermi in Physics?

  1. Nuclear Furnace or Bath
  2. Laws of Motion
  3. Discovery of Calculus
  4. Parasite

71: Where did British first open their factories in Eastern part of India?

  1. Assam
  2. Orissa
  3. Bihar
  4. Sikkim

72: o perform which among the following functions, Rajukas were appointed by Asoka?

  1. Revenue Functions
  2. Judicial Functions
  3. Religious Functions
  4. Military Functions

73: The swaraj party was formed by

  1. Nehru
  2. Tilak
  3. Gandhiji
  4. C.R.Das

74: Who said,“The congress is tottering to its fall, and one of my great ambitions, while in India is to assist it to a peaceful demise.” Said by

  1. Lord Dufferin
  2. Lord Curzon
  3. Aurobindo Ghosh
  4. Bal Gangadhar Tilak

75: The word ‘Hindu” as reference to the people of Hind (India) was first used by:

  1. the Greeks
  2. the Romans
  3. the Chinese
  4. the Arabs

 76: Who discovered first the blood circulation?

 77: Who won an Oscar for best supporting actor in Spartacus 1960?

78: Pendulum clocks of slow in the summers-

79: In 1885 who was the President of Congress Party?

80: National Right Day is observed.

81: 1885 who was the President of Congress Party?

82: Ruler of the Kingdom of Mysore in southern India.

83: When was British Indian Association founded in India?

84: Who did the discovery of ‘Vitamin C’?

85: Which of the following is the first country in Asia to have large scale industrialization?

 [A] Japan [B] China [C] India [D] Iran

86: Pahlavi dynasty is related to which of the following countries?

[A] Thailand [B] Iran [C] Egypt [D] Sri Lanka

87: Which of the following rivers serves as a nesting ground for Olive Ridley turtles?

[A] Devi River [B] Pennar River [C] Hughli River [D] Bhima River

88: Who among the following was the first person to scale Mount Everest without supplemental oxygen?

[A] Terence Bannon [B] Duncan Chessell [C] Reinhold M

89: Which of the following two countries currently occupy / control the Golan heights?

[A] Egypt & Syria [B] Turkey & Israel [C] Israel & Syria [D] Syria

90: Who is the author of “Divine Comedy”?

[A] Goethe [B] Milton [C] Dante [D] Shakespeare

91: Who was the first Indian to win an Oscar award ?

[A] Bhanu Athaiya [B] Shabana Azmi [C] Satyajit Ray [D] Naseeruddin Shah

92: Which of the following statements is incorrect about a Plane Mirror?

[A] The focal length of a plane mirror is infinity [B] Its optical power is one [C] It forms a virtual image of a real object [D] It is used in constructing periscope

93: Where is the headquarters of the Indira Gandhi National Forest Academy (IGNFA)?

[A] Bhopal [B] Dehradun [C] Kanpur [D] Udaipur

94: The Berne convention was pioneer convention in the field of __?

[A] protection of wildlife [B] protection of victims of wars [C] protection of intellectual property rights [D] protection of human rights

95: Bikini Day is observed in which of the following countries?

[A] Japan [B] United States [C] Canada [D] France

96: The shortest war recorded in history between two sovereign powers was between__?

[A] UK and France [B] Denmark and UK [C] UK and Zanzibar [D] Italy and France

97: The dispute over Shatt-al-Arab region gave way to which of the following wars in modern world history?

[A] Arab–Israeli conflict [B] Iran-Iraq War [C] Russo-Persian War [D] Gulf War

98: Which of the following is responsible for the fact that Tennis ball bounces higher at high altitudes than in plains?

 [A] Low Gravity [B] High Gravity [C] Less dense air [D] Low atmospheric temperature

99: When we go deep into the earth:

[A] Temperature decreases [B] Temperature increases [C] Temperature remains constant [D] None of the above

100: Which of the following is India’s first nuclear reactor:

 [A] Apsara [B] Dhruva [C] Rawatbhatta [D] Kudankulam

101: For how many years, Great Migration in Europe lasted?

[A] 2 centuries [B] 4 centuries [C] 6 centuries [D] 1 century

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Top current affairs of January 2020


  • Vijay Mallya let his island mansion fall into disrepair, a bank has alleged. The mansion has now been listed for sale.
  • Lewis Hamilton is out of contract at the end of the 2020 season and has had talks with Ferrari, although the champion looks more likely to stay with Mercedes now that the Italian team have committed long-term to Monegasque youngster Charles Leclerc.
  • The UN’s World Economic Situation and Prospects report revealed that the growth estimate for the current fiscal is drastically lower than the forecast of 7.6 per cent made in last year’s report in January and 7 per cent in the May update.
  • Shah Rukh Khan on Thursday was spotted giving Bollywood lessons to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos. The actor taught the CEO his popular dialogue from his film Don.
  • Andy Murray had the hip resurfacing surgery at the start of 2019 after he tearfully told reporters at last year’s Australian Open that he was constantly in pain and his career appeared over.
  • The value of movable assets of Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia has declined by Rs 17,736. While his self-acquired immovable properties remained roughly the same as in 2015, worth of his wife’s properties increased from Rs 8.70 lakh in 2015 to Rs 65 lakh in 2020.
  • Congress leader P Chidambaram reacted to the resolution that is likely to be taken up by the Punjab Legislative Assembly on Friday for repealing the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019.
  • Veteran journalist Baljeet Parmar recalls the meeting between Indira Gandhi and underworld don Karim Lala at a Padma awards ceremony.
  • Bengal BJP chief Dilip Ghosh gave an insight into the goings-on in the party organisation in the run-up to the Lok Sabha elections in April-May ast year when the BJP bagged 18 of the 42 seats to record its finest performance in the eastern state.
  • Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan slammed Governor Arif Mohammed Khan over his criticism of the state government’s anti-CAA plea in the Supreme Court. CM Vijayan reminded the governor that there is no Resident over the government elected by the people.
  • Neeta Sodha, an immigrant from Pakistan, who was recently given Indian citizenship, is contesting panchayat elections in Rajasthan’s Natwara.’
  • Army Day celebrated on January 15
  • On January 15, 1949, Lt Gen K M Cariappa became the first Indian commander-in-chief of the Indian Army
  • General Francis Butcher was the last British commander-in-chief of the Indian Army
  • 222 squadron to be operationalised with Sukhoi-30 fighter jets at Air Force Station in Thanjavur on January 20
  • Science Film Festival of India (SCI-FFI 2020) being held at Panaji (Goa): January 15-18
  • Centre accepts Justice Dhingra committee report on Delhi Police’s role in 1984 anti-Sikh riots
  • Annual bull taming event ‘Jallikattu’ begins in Madurai, Tamil Nadu on the occasion of Pongal
  • BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT — ANJU SHARMA for ‘Corporate Monk’
  • NON-FICTION — GAUR GOPAL DAS for ‘Life’s Amazing Secrets’
  • CHILDREN’S BOOKS — SUDHA MURTY for ‘The Upside-Down King’
  • FICTION — TWINKLE KHANNA for ‘Pyjamas Are Forgiving’
  • BIOGRAPHY — KRISHNA TRILOK for ‘Notes of a Dream: The Authorized Biography of A.R. Rahman’
  • INDIAN LANGUAGE TRANSLATION: N. PRABHAKARAN for ‘Dairy of a Malayali madman’ (translated by JAYASREE KALATHIL)
  • CHILDREN’S WRITING — RICHA JHA for ‘Machher Jhol’ (illustrated by SUMANTA DEY)
  • ENGLISH NON-FICTION — SHANTA GOKHALE for ‘One Foot on the Ground’ Three new species of tiny frogs have been discovered in Arunachal Pradesh by scientists of Zoological Survey of India.
  • These were discovered from Talle Valley Wildlife Sanctuary (WLS) in Lower Subansiri district
  • These were named as ‘Liurana himalayana’, ‘Liurana indica’ and ‘Liurana minuta’
  • Merchandise trade data for April-December 2019-20 — Exports: USD 239.29 billion, Imports: USD 357.39 billion, Trade Deficit: USD 118.10 billion
  • RBI asks banks and other card-issuing companies to provide facility to customers to switch on and off their debit or credit cards
  • ‘Saksham’, the month-long fuel conservation campaign of PCRA (Petroleum Conservation Research Association), to begin from January 16
  • National Health Authority signs MoU with ITC e-Choupal to help farmers avail benefits of Ayushman Bharat health insurance scheme
  • Amazon founder Jeff Bezos announces USD 1 billion investment in India to help bring small and medium businesses online
  • Annual Global Risks Report of Geneva-based WEF identifies 5 global risks: extreme weather events, human-made environmental disasters, major biodiversity loss, natural disasters, and failure of climate change mitigation and adaptation.
  • Sri Lanka: India constructs new buildings for five schools in Tamilmajority Northern Province
  • China’s first and oldest female tractor driver Liang Jun, whose image features on Renminbi currency notes, dies at 91
  • Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev resigns Virat Kohli: Captain of 2019 ODI, Test Teams of the Year
  • Rohit Sharma: 2019 ODI Cricketer of the Year
  • Pat Cummins: Test Cricketer of the Year
  • Ben Stokes: 2019 ICC’s Cricketer of The Year (Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy)
  • Virat Kohli: 2019 Spirit of Cricket Award
  • Marnus Labuschagne: 2019 ICC Men’s Emerging Cricketer
  • 4th Armed Forces Veterans Day observed on January 14; the retirement day of Field Marshal KM Cariappa in 1953
  • Field Marshal KM Cariappa was the first Indian Commander-in-Chief of the Indian Armed Forces
  • India and Bangladesh sign MoU to co-produce film on Bangladesh founder Sheikh Mujibur Rahman to be directed by Shyam Benegal
  • Madhupur (Jharkhand) – Anand Vihar (Delhi) Humsafar Express started
  • Lt General Girish Kumar reappointed as the Surveyor General of India for one year
  • Captain Tania Shergil to be 1st woman parade adjutant on Army Day Parade on January 15; parade adjutant is responsible for executing the parade
  • Himachal Pradesh: Tourism department sets Guinness Record by preparing largest quantity of Khichdi (1995 kg)
  • Mizoram to celebrate Chapchar Kut festival on March 6
  • More girls than boys getting enrolled in govt. schools in 4-8 years agegroup: 14th Annual Status of Education Report (ASER)
  • Shiv Nadar University’s Dr Mihir Shah appointed Chairman of the Committee to draft National Water Policy (NWP)
  • PM participates in 50th Anniversary function of Tamil Magazine Thuglak at Chennai through Video Conference Draft National Policy for Rare Diseases released; govt. to provide up to Rs 15 lakh financial support under Rashtriya Arogya Nidhi scheme for one-time treatment of rare diseases
  • Michael Debabrata Patra appointed Deputy Governor of RBI for a period of three years
  • com, e-commerce platform of NAREDCO (National Real Estate Development Council) for marketing of completed residential units, launched
  • Knight Frank-FICCI-NAREDCO Real Estate Sentiment Index Q4 2019 survey released
  • Jewellers can sell only hallmarked jewellery and artefacts made of 14, 18 and 22 carat gold from January 15, 2021 says Consumer Affairs Minister Ram Vilas Paswan
  • Wholesale inflation surges to an 8-month high of 2.59% in December due to sharp rise in food prices
  • SEBI gives listed companies another two years to separate the positions of chairman and managing director
  • Bajaj Auto launches Chetak electric scooter priced at Rs 1 lakh
  • India’s Statue of Unity of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel has been included in the list of eight wonders of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO).
  • SCO comprises India, China, Pakistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.
  • The 182-metre-tall Statue of Unity is located near the Sardar Sarovar Dam on the river Narmada in Kevadiya, Gujarat
  • Other seven wonders of SCO: Daming Palace in China, Navruz Palace in Tajikistan, Mughals Heritage in Pakistan, Tamgaly Gorge in Kazakhstan, Po-i-Kalan Complex in Uzbekistan, The Golden Ring of Russia and Lahore, the Mughals heritage in Pakistan.ans
  • United States removes ‘currency manipulator’ label it imposed on China in 2019
  • Australia (258/0 in 37.4) beat India (255/10 in 49.1) by ten wickets in the first ODI in Mumbai
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