1. From which country did the Renaissance movement in Europe originate?

a) Norway

b) Italy

c) Austria

d) Switzerland


2) How many sections, articles and schedules are there in the current constitution of Nepal?

a) 25 parts, 167 articles and 4 schedules

b) 35 parts, 302 articles and 9 schedules

c) 35 part 308 articles and 7 schedule

d) 35 Part 308 articles and 9 Schedule


3. Where is the headquarters of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights?

a) Geneva

b) Vienna

c) The Hague

d) London


4. Which of the following is a non-SAARC observer nation?

a) China

b) Australia

c) Japan

d) Germany


5. Which district is famous for Bodhichitta?

a) Jhapa

b) Sindhupalchok

c) Kavrepalanchok

d) Makwanpur


6. Gaddachauki, a major entry point to Nepal, belongs to which district?

a) Kanchanpur

b) Banke

c) Parsa

d) Jhapa


7. Which gas plays a major role in raising the temperature of the atmosphere?

a) Methane

b) Carbon dioxide

c) Chlorofluoro carbon

d) Nitrogen


8. Which revolution is also called intellectual revolution?

a) French state revolution

b) American War of Independence

c) Glorious revolution

d) Russian state revolution


9. Rupse Falls belongs to which district?

a) Arghakhanchi

b) Baglung

c) Taplejung

d) Myagdi


10. Who is proposing to establish the League of Nations (League of Natonas)?

a) Udro Wilson

b) F. D. Roosevelt

c) Thomas Jefferson

d) Hitler



11. ........ related to environmental management?

a) ISO1400

b) ISO-900

c) ISO-9000

d) ISO14000


12. ……is in the symbol of the World Wildlife Fund?

a) Tiger

b) Panda

c) Bull

d) Rhinoceros


13. What did Michael Faraday invent?

a) Magnet from electricity

b) Electrical disconnection

c) Electricity from a magnet

 d) The heat effect of electricity


14. When did the Public Service Commission launch the online form system?

a) Chaitra 25,2071

b) Fagun 25, 2071

c) Baishakh 27, 2071

d) Jestha 27, 2071


15. What are the diseases caused by iron deficiency in food?

a) Anemia

b) Cried

c) Scurvy

d) Goitre


16. What is Smritiwan 91 related to?

a) Plantation program

b) Herbal farming

c) Energy development program

d) Earthquake Damage Reduction Program


17. When did Nepal hold a cabinet meeting at Kalapathar, the base camp of Everest, to draw the world's attention to the effects of climate change?

a) Mangir16, 2065

b) Mangir 19, 2066

c) Mangir 19, 2067

d) Magh 16, 2067


18. What is Einstein's theory?

a) Relative density

b) Relativity

c) Thermal immersion

d) Bacteria


19. Which disease is believed to have started the public health program?

a) Cholera

b) Pneumonia

c) Influenza

d) The flu


20. Who was the US President who recognized Nepal as a zone of peace?

a) John F. Kennedy

b) Richard Nixon

c) George Bush

d) Ronald Reagan


21. Which of the following is not related to Plate tectonic theory?

a) Climate change

b) Geospatial structure

c) Spread of ocean floor

d) Continental displacement


22. For the first time in Nepal, a laboratory for testing for psychiatric diseases has been established from which hospital?

a) Bir Hospital

b) Grandi Hospital

c) TU Teaching Hospital

d) Norwich Hospital


23. What Does report 1987 brought Our Common Future Relate to?

a) Sustainable development

b) Human development

c) Social development

d) Economic development


24. When is Earth Day celebrated?

a) April 13

b) April 18

c) April 22

d) April 24


25. Who was the first scientist to introduce the concept of Green House Effect?

a) Berin Jean Ferrier

b) Sherwood Roland

c) Arthinus

d) Thomas Miz


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