 # rrb group d gs practice set 48 | General Science Questions to be asked in RRB Group D Upcoming Shift Exams, Must Check

RRB Group D General Science Practice Set 48: RRB Group D examination has started from August 19, in which the conduct of the first and second phase examination has been completed, now the third phase examination has started, which will be conducted from September 8 to September 19. So the candidates who have to appear for the next shift exam should speed up their preparation.

In this way, 25 important questions and answers of General Science related to Group D exam have been included in this article. Make sure to practice these questions before appearing in the exam.

## rrb group d general science practice set 48

Question. India’s famous Mars mission was called by which of the following names?

• Brother
• I
• Mother
• Father

Question. Who is known for the communication revolution in India?

• Prannoy Roy
• Sam Pitroda
• Craig Wanington
• Pranab Mukherjee

Question. Which of the following statement(s) is/are true?
I. Density: The mass contained per unit volume of a substance is called density.
Second. Kinetic Energy: It is the type of energy present in an object when it is in motion because the particles of that object/matter are in constant motion hence the matter has kinetic energy.

• only i am the truth
• Only II is true.
• Both I and II are true
• Both I and II are false.

Question. Gravitational acceleration does not depend on ‘g……’.

• The mass of the falling object is m. Is
• Gravitational constant G
• Earth’s mass M. Is
• Earth’s radius R. Is

Question. What is the division of light into different colors called?

• Separation
• reverse
• Reflection

Question. Which of the following converts sunlight more than the other three?

• sand desert
• fresh snow covered land
• plain land
• paddy crop land

Question. Which of the following will not apply to liquids if attraction is not strong?

• viscosity
• surface tension
• Pressure
• upper pressure

Question. What is the direction of torque?

• perpendicular to the direction of the applied force
• same as the direction of the applied force
• opposite to the direction of the applied force
• parallel to the radius

Question. Pyrolusite (Pyrolusite) is the following ore or mineral?

• wed
• manganese
• molybdenum
• Chief

Question. The atomic number of lanthanum is:

Question. The rate of transfer of energy per unit area perpendicular to the direction of travel of a wave is called ……..

• diffraction
• Interference
• Search
• intensity

Question. Which of the following is not an electromagnetic wave?

• X-ray
• infrared ray
• anode-ray
• Microwave

Question. Which of the following is not true about RBCs?

• Function – Transport of oxygen and carbon dioxide
• Shape – Amoeba-shaped or spherical
• RBC can be counted by an instrument called a hemocytometer
• Length 5.5 um

Question. Radioactive element ………. Established

• actinide
• lanthanide
• Cycle 6
• Cycle 7

Question. An object of mass 15 kg takes 7 ms. Is-3 moving with uniform velocity. What is the kinetic energy of that object?

• 180.5 J
• 367.5ms
• 367.5 Ju
• 17.5 J

Question. 6ms of an object of mass 15 kg-1 moving with uniform velocity. How much kinetic energy is there in that object?

Question. Vertebrates belong to the genus ……….

• arthropoda
• anilida
• cnidaria
• chordata

Question. as an average 235You92 How many neutrons are emitted in a fission?

Question. The codon that initiates protein synthesis is

Question. Four resistors of 100 are connected in parallel and this combination is connected across a supply voltage of 100 V. Find the power dissipation in each resistor.

Question. Where is Lanolin wax obtained?

• from the stomach glands of animals
• from petroleum
• from animal skin glands
• from palmitic acid

Question. What is the study of cells called?

• cell Biology
• physiology
• cell Biology
• nucleology

Question. Krishna revolution in India is related to the manufacture of which product?

• charcoal
• crude petroleum
• black gram
• Diamond

Question. The study of friction and cohesion is

• cryogenics
• moon science
• clock making
• tribology