Gk Questions for Class 9

Gk Questions for Class 9


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Gk Questions for Class 9

1.Name the component of blood that fights infection?

Ans. WBC (White Blood Cells)

2.What do you mean by “Proxima d”?

Ans. It is a new Exo-Planet.

3.Where is the headquarter of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) located?

Ans. Nairobi, Kenya

4.Name the elements that make up the xylem tissue?

Ans. Xylem tissue consists of four types of elements namely tracheids, vessels, xylem fibres, and xylem parenchyma.

5.When was Bhagat Singh executed?

Ans. 23 March 1931

6.Name the tissue that forms the inner lining of the mouth?

Ans. Epithelial tissue

7.Who founded the Mauryan Empire?

Ans. Chandragupta Maurya founded the Mauryan Empire.

8.What is the relationship between the weight of an object on the moon and the weight of an object on Earth?

Ans. The moon weighs one-sixth the weight of the Earth.

9.Freedom of speech and expression is mentioned in which article of the Indian Constitution?

Ans. Article 19

10.Which gas is filled in an electric bulb?

Ans. Nitrogen gas is filled in an electric bulb.

11.In which state of India is the Hornbill festival observed?

Ans. Nagaland

12.Name the biggest waterfall in India.

Ans. Kunchikal falls

13.Mention any three Himalayan river system

Ans. Indus, Ganges and Brahamputra

14.What is the outermost part of a flower called?

Ans. Sepal

15.Banana plants are related to which flowers?

Ans. Birds of Paradise

16.After whom Magnolias were named?

Ans. Pierre Magnolia

17.What are the female parts of flowers called?

Ans. Carpels

18.When is International Women’s Day celebrated?

Ans: 8th March

19.Which is the largest continent in the world?

Ans: Asia

20.Where did volleyball originate from?

Ans: The US

21.What is the full form of WHO?

Ans: World Health Organization

22.What is the name of the tissue of the mouth’s inner lining?

Ans: Epithelial tissue

23.When does a solar eclipse occur?

Ans: When moon comes between the sun and the earth

24.Which is the longest day of the year?

Ans: The summer solstice (June 20th, 21st, or 22nd)

25.Who is the father of the periodic table?

Ans: Dmitri Mendeleev

26.Which is the largest flower in the world?

Ans: Rafflesia

27.What is the name of a natural disaster that causes huge waves to crash on the shore?

Ans: Tsunami

28.Who is the founder of Facebook?

Ans: Mark Zuckerberg

29.What does LTE on your phone stand for?

Ans: Long Term Evolution

30.What is a crimson rose?

Ans: A butterfly

31.Who discovered Cuba?

Ans: Christopher Columbus

32.Who invented electricity?

Ans: Benjamin Franklin

33.What is the square root of 169?

Ans: 13

34.Which is the smallest country in the world?

Ans: Vatican City

35.Which technology allows you to share data between two electronic devices within a short distance?

Ans: Bluetooth

36.Which is the smallest continent in the world?

Ans: Australia

37.How many elements are there in the periodic table?

Ans: 118

38.Where is Harvard University situated?

Ans: Massachusetts, US

39.How many moons does Jupiter have?

Ans: 80

40.When did the first World War (WWI) start?

Ans: 1914

41.What is the capital of Monaco?

Ans: Monte Carlo

42.What is tango?

Ans: Dance form

43.Which noble gas is present in the atmosphere?

Ans: Argon

44.Which is the longest epic in the world?

Ans: Mahabharata

45.Which is the fastest fish in the ocean?

Ans: The sailfish

46.Which planet are scientists exploring for signs of life?

Ans: Mars

47.Which is the largest plateau in the world?

Ans: Tibetan plateau

48.Which is the strongest bone in the human body?

Ans: Femur

49.How long does daylight last in the North Pole?

Ans: Six months approximately

50.What is the filament in a regular light bulb made of?

Ans: Tungsten

51.How many chambers does a cockroach’s heart have?

Ans: 13

52.Who created the famous character Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy?

Ans: Jane Austen

53.Who was the first actor of color to win the Oscar?

Ans: Sidney Poitier

54.How many days does a leap year have?

Ans: 366

55.Which clouds grow vertically and not horizontally?

Ans: Cumulus and Cumulonimbus

56.Which actor is known as the Austrian Oak?

Ans: Arnold Schwarzenegger

57.Who is the creator of Marvel Comics?

Ans: Martin Goodman

58.Which famous animated movie has the line “To Infinity and Beyond!”?

Ans: Toy Story

59.You must have seen LTE written on your smartphone. What does LTE stand for?

Ans. Long Term Evolution

60.Who is the inventor of dynamite?

Ans. Alfred Nobel

61.What is used in making pencils?

Ans. Graphite

62.An electric bulb is filled with which gas?

Ans. Nitrogen

63.Who was Farruksiyar?

Ans. Mughal Emperor (1713 – 1719)

64.What should be added in 634 so that it’ll become a perfect square root?

Ans. 95

65.Which space exploration company send world’s first all-civilian crew into the Earth orbit?

Ans. SpaceX

66.Who has rendered the modern periodic table?

Ans. Mosle

67. ‘Wealth of Nations’ is the book written by whom?

Ans. Adam Smith.

68.How the Judges of the Supreme Court can be removed from office in India?

Ans. President on request of Parliament.

69.How to say welcome in French?

Ans. Bienvenue (feminine); bienvenu (masculine)

70.What is the hot wind which blows over the plains of India and Pakistan?

Ans. Loo

71.What is Fusang?

Ans. A mysterious land to the east in Chinese legends.

72.Animals like cows and buffaloes have a special way of eating their food- named what?

Ans. Rumination, Cud

73.Asiatic Lions are only found in?

Ans. India

74.What is H.C.F.?

Ans. The greatest common factor on which two numbers will be divided


75.What is the original language of Mahabharata?

Ans. Sanskrit.

76.‘Dandi March’ was launched by Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi on which date?

Ans. 12 March 1930 to 6 April 1930.

77.University of Oxford is located at where?

Ans. United Kingdom.

78.What does raishuu mean in the Japanese language?

Ans. next week

79.How many balls do you need to play Quidditch?

Ans. Four ball

80.Martil city is located in which country?

Ans. Morocco

81.Which herb did the Romans eat to prevent drunkenness?

Ans. Parsley

82.What is Sarasa Comet?

Ans. Goldfish

83.How many planets are in our solar system?

Ans. Eight

84.An Icelandic speaks what language?

Ans. Icelandic

85.What is the farthest point from any land on Earth, located in the Pacific Ocean?

Ans. Point Nemo

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