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SSC CGL 2016 Exam Questions asked in 02 September 2016 3rd Shift
SSC CGL 2016 Exam Questions asked in 02 September 2016 3rd Shift


These questions were asked in SSC CGL 2016 exam held on 02 September 2016 in 3rd Shift in General awareness section. Check out SSChelp.in to check correct answer and have an idea of what was asked in this exam. This time SSC is taking exam in online mode. So full paper will not be available any where. We have interviewed many students and then we have got these questions.

SSC CGL EXAM 2016 02 September 3rd Shift Questions

  • Narmada water dispute is related to -- gujrat and maharastra

  • The demand of what type of goods increases with income? -– Normal Goods

  • Where was ‘Skill India’ launched? -– New Delhi

  • Indian Army Artillery school at? -– Deolali

  • How many rings are there in Olympic flag- 5

  • When is Kharif crop harvested? -– October

  • The demand of what type of goods increases with income? -– Normal Goods

  • Major Energy generation in India is from -– Coal

  • First Indian to make a 7th appearance at the Olympics -– Leander Paes

  • Same atomic number , but different mass numbers elements are known as -– Isotopes

  • Which of the following is Not an official language of UN -– Japanese

  • Potassium permanganate is used as -- Oxidant

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