General Awareness for various competitive examination

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General Awareness for various competitive examination

We know the importance of Current Affairs mainly general awareness, GK (General Knowledge) in various competitive exams for aspirants.

We are publishing general awareness notes, bits and study material daily.

These notes are extremely useful for all types of exams including Bank Exams.

General Awareness bits help in the last minute preparation for various exams.

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1- The World Trade Organisation (WTO) came into effect in 1995.

2-Higher Than Hopes is a biography of Nelson Mandela.

3-Who is the author of ‘A Suitable Boy’?- Vikram Seth

4-The book Gulliver’s Travels was written by- Jonathan Swift

5- RK Narayan wrote the famous novel ‘The Guide’.

6-First man to climb Mount Everest twice- Nawang Gombu

7-The celebrated novel ‘The Godfather’ was authored by- Mario Puzo.

8-UN body UNFPA deals with the population problem.

9-The first talkie film made in India was Alam Ara.

10-The largest freshwater lake in India is Wular Lake.

11-International Literacy Day is observed on 8th September of every year.

12-December 1st is observed as World AIDS Day.

13-Alice in Wonderland the famous TV Serial is based on a book written by Lewis Caroll.

14-EM Foster wrote the book A Passage to India.

15-Shirimavo Bandaranaike was the first lady Prime Minister in the world.

16-The waves used in sonography are- Ultrasonic waves.

17- Old written material, which cannot be read easily can be read by Infrared Rays.

18-Aviation fuel for jet airplanes consists of purified Kerosene.

19-When light passes from air into a glass it experiences a change in Wavelength and speed.

20-The the blue color of the water in the sea is due to the reflection of blue sky by sea water and scattering of blue light by water molecules.

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