GK Quiz for Class 3

Q: A polygon with 5 sides is called a _________.

(A) Nonagon

(B) Octagon

(C) Hexagon

(D) Pentagon


Q: What is the young one of a kangaroo called?

(A) Joey

(B) Cub

(C) Calf

(D) Fawn


Q: What is the name of India’s highest mountain peak?

(A) Nanda Devi

(B) Trisul

(C) Kanchenjunga

(D) Kamet


Q: The capital of Andaman & Nicobar Islands is ______.

(A) Kavaratti

(B) Port Blair

(C) Daman

(D) Majuli


Q: Which is the largest country in the world, in terms of area?

(A) Russia

(B) China

(C) India



Q: The two holes on the nose through which we breathe are called _________.

(A) Nose

(B) Ear

(C) Nostrils

(D) Mouth


Q: In which country did the game, chess, originate?

(A) China

(B) Japan


(D) India


Q: The wheel in the center of Indian national flag has _____ spokes.

(A) 24

(B) 25

(C) 26

(D) 27


Q: Who is the author of Harry Potter series of books?

(A) J.K. Rowling

(B) Stephen King

(C) John Grisham

(D) James Patterson


Q: Who was known as “Human Computer”?

(A) Aryabhata

(B) Srinivasa Ramanujan

(C) Shakuntala Devi

(D) C. R. Rao


Q: Name the instrument used to measure the speed of wind?

(A) Seismometer

(B) Anemometer

(C) Odometers

(D) Hygrometer


Q: Name the smallest planet in our solar system?

(A) Neptune

(B) Jupiter

(C) Venus

(D) Mercury


Q: Any number multiplied by zero is ________.

(A) Zero

(B) One

(C) Double

(D) None of the above


Q: Which is the largest four-digit number?

(A) 4865

(B) 2485

(C) 8545

(D) 9999


Q: Ganymede is the moon of which planet?

(A) Earth

(B) Jupiter

(C) Neptune

(D) Mars


Q: Who was the first person to land on the moon?

(A) Neil Armstrong

(B) William Anders

(C) James Lovell

(D) Frank Borman


Q: Who invented steam engine?

(A) Alexander Graham Bell

(B) Thomas Edison

(C) James Watt

(D) Benjamin Franklin


Q: Who was the first person to calculate the value of Pi?

(A) Pythagoras

(B) Euclid

(C) Srinivasa Ramanujan

(D) Archimedes


Q: In which country is Mount Everest situated?

(A) Nepal

(B) India

(C) China

(D) Japan


Q: Which is the biggest coral reef in the world?

(A) Mesoamerican Barrier Reef

(B) Kingman Reef

(C) Great Barrier Reef

(D) Lansdowne Bank


Q: World’s largest rainforest is _________.

(A) Congo

(B) The Amazon

(C) Kinabalu

(D) Tongass


Q: Which is the biggest part of the brain?

(A) Cerebellum

(B) Pituitary

(C) Brainstem

(D) Cerebrum


Q: _________ animals sleep during the day and stay awake at night.

(A) Herbivores animals

(B) Nocturnal animals

(C) Carnivores animals

(D) Omnivores animals


Q: Animals that eat meat are called _________.

(A) Carnivores animals

(B) Nocturnal animals

(C) Omnivores animals

(D) Herbivores animals


Q: Name an insectivorous plant?

(A) Corydalis

(B) Aloevera

(C) Venus Flytrap

(D) Gallberry


Q: A newborn baby has _______ bones.

(A) 206

(B) 250

(C) 286

(D) 300


Q: How many millimeters make a meter?

(A) 500

(B) 1000

(C) 1500

(D) 2000


Q: What is an angle that has a value less than 90˚ called?

(A) Obtuse angle

(B) Right angle

(C) Reflex angle

(D) Acute angle


Q: What is an angle that has a value greater than 90˚ called?

(A) Right angle

(B) Reflex angle

(C) Obtuse angle

(D) Acute angle


Q: When a number is multiplied by 1, the product would be ________.

(A) The same number

(B) Number will be double

(C) One

(D) Zero


Q: What is the art of folding paper to create shapes called?

(A) Painting

(B) Origami

(C) Drawing

(D) Sculpting


Q: The flag of which country has a non-quadrilateral shape?

(A) Japan

(B) India

(C) Nepal

(D) Bangladesh


Q: The place where beehives of honey bees are kept is called?

(A) Apiary

(B) Nest

(C) Burrow

(D) Sty


Q: Which is the fastest land animal?

(A) Dear

(B) Lion

(C) Tiger

(D) Cheetah


Q: Which animal has a hump on its back?

(A) Camel

(B) Elephant

(C) Dog

(D) Zebra


Q: Name a commonly found reptile?

(A) Crocodile

(B) Snake

(C) Lizard

(D) Turtle


Q: Which is the largest ocean in the world?

(A) Antarctic Ocean

(B) Pacific Ocean

(C) Arctic Ocean

(D) Indian Ocean


Q: Australia lies between which two oceans?

(A) Antarctic Ocean and Indian Ocean

(B) Atlantic Ocean and Arctic Ocean

(C) Arctic Ocean and Indian Ocean

(D) Indian Ocean and Pacific Ocean


Q: Which is the coldest planet in our solar system?

(A) Neptune

(B) Jupiter

(C) Mars

(D) Earth


Q: Where is food collected in the human body once it is chewed and swallowed?

(A) Kidney

(B) Liver

(C) Stomach

(D) Heart


Q: Which pigment is responsible for the green color of leaves?

(A) Chlorophyll

(B) Carotenoids

(C) Anthocyanins

(D) Betalains


Q: Which Indian city is known as “Orange City”?

(A) Pune

(B) Jaipur

(C) Nagpur

(D) Delhi


Q: Which city is known as the “Financial Capital of India”?

(A) Mumbai

(B) Jaipur

(C) Kanpur

(D) Kota


Q: Which country won the first T20 World Cup?

(A) England

(B) Pakistan

(C) Bangladesh

(D) India


Q: Which planet in our solar system takes less than 10 hours to complete its one rotation?

(A) Jupiter

(B) Mars

(C) Mercury

(D) Neptune


Q: Which planet is known as the “blue planet”?

(A) Jupiter

(B) Mars

(C) Neptune

(D) Earth


Q: Which star is closest to the Earth?

(A) Sun

(B) Altair

(C) Algol

(D) Denebola


Q: Which is the most abundant gas found on Earth?

(A) Oxygen

(B) Hydrogen

(C) Nitrogen

(D) Carbon Dioxide


Q: The mixture consisting of molten rocks that flow out of a volcano during the volcanic eruption is called ________.

(A) Magma

(B) Sill

(C) Ash

(D) Lava


Q: Earth requires ____ hours to complete one rotation.

(A) 12

(B) 20

(C) 24

(D) 26


Q: What is the movement of Earth on its own axis resulting in day and night called?

(A) Rotation

(B) Revolution

(C) Reciprocating

(D) None of the above


Q: What is the movement of Earth around the Sun resulting in change of seasons called?

(A) Rotation

(B) Reciprocating

(C) Revolution

(D) None of the above


Q: The Earth is closest to the Sun during which season?

(A) Spring

(B) Summer

(C) Monsoon

(D) Winter


Q: Name the galaxy our solar system is a part of?

(A) Andromeda

(B) Cygnus

(C) Milky Way

(D) Alcyoneus


Q: Who invented video games?

(A) Robert Fulton

(B) Louis Braille

(C) Wright brothers

(D) Ralph Baer


Q: Who invented the postage stamp?

(A) Alessandro Volta

(B) Rowland Hill

(C) Ernest Lawrence

(D) John Deere


Q: Which is the tallest animal in the world?

(A) Giraffe

(B) Lion

(C) Zebra

(D) Elephant


Q: Which is the fastest bird in the world?

(A) Duck

(B) Hawk

(C) Eagle

(D) Ostrich


Q: Which is the highest waterfall in the world?

(A) Niagara Falls

(B) Angel Falls

(C) Iguazu Falls

(D) Sutherland Falls


Q: Who wrote the world-famous children’s book—Jungle Book?

(A) Alan Moore

(B) Stan Lee

(C) Rudyard Kipling

(D) John Byrne


Q: Who wrote the book “Chronicles of Narnia”?

(A) C.S. Lewis

(B) Zadie Smith

(C) Ann Patchett

(D) Donna Tartt


Q: The book “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” was written by _______.

(A) Stan Lee

(B) Rudyard Kipling

(C) Donna Tartt

(D) Roald Dahl


Q: Who wrote the popular children’s book “The Cat in The Hat”?

(A) Dr. Seuss

(B) Judy Blume

(C) C. S. Lewis

(D) Beverly Cleary


Q: The book “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” was written by _________.

(A) Arnold Lobel

(B) C. S. Lewis

(C) Eric Carle

(D) Stan Lee


Q: How many years did the First World War (WWI) last?

(A) Three

(B) Four

(C) Five

(D) Six


Q: How many years did the Second World War (WWII) last?

(A) Three

(B) Four

(C) Five

(D) Six


Q: Distance between two countries is measured in __________.

(A) Meters

(B) Kilograms

(C) Kilometers

(D) Centimeters


Q: In which country is the Eiffel Tower located?

(A) France


(C) India

(D) Korea


Q: Which number is neither prime nor composite?

(A) 1

(B) 2

(C) 3

(D) 4


Q: 5 times 20 equals to ______.

(A) 50

(B) 75

(C) 100

(D) 150


Q: How many months of a year have only 30 days?

(A) 3

(B) 5

(C) 2

(D) 4


Q: An octopus has _____ hearts.

(A) Two

(B) Three

(C) Five

(D) One


Q: The Statue of Liberty is located in which city?

(A) India


(C) Japan

(D) Australia


Q: Sunlight is the source of which vitamin?

(A) Vitamin A

(B) Vitamin C

(C) Vitamin E

(D) Vitamin D


Q: How many teeth does a human have?

(A) 28

(B) 30

(C) 32

(D) 35


Q: On which planet do we live?

(A) Earth

(B) Mars

(C) Venus

(D) Jupiter


Q: How many continents do we have?

(A) Six

(B) Seven

(C) Eight

(D) Ten


Q: What is the process in which plants make food known as?

(A) Respiration

(B) Germination

(C) Transpiration

(D) Photosynthesis


Q: How many bones do we have?

(A) 206

(B) 215

(C) 200

(D) 180


Q: Name the biggest flower.

(A) Petunia

(B) Rafflesia

(C) Marigold

(D) Zinnia


Q: The animals that eat only plants and herbs are called ____________.

(A) Carnivores

(B) Omnivores

(C) Herbivores

(D) None of the above


Q: Which country is known as the “Land of White Elephants”?

(A) India

(B) Thailand

(C) Indonesia

(D) Korea


Q: Which is the biggest planet in our Solar System?

(A) Earth

(B) Neptune

(C) Saturn

(D) Jupiter


Q: Who is the first woman to go to space?

(A) Valentina Tereshkova

(B) Sally Ride

(C) Shannon Lucid

(D) Judith Resnik


Q: Identify the Historical monument


(A) Qutub Minar

(B) Hawa Mahal

(C) Red Fort

(D) Charminar


Q: Name the tallest building in the world.

(A) Shanghai Tower

(B) Burj Khalifa

(C) Lotte World Tower

(D) One World Trade Center


Q: Who invented the Light Bulb?

(A) Thomas Alva Edison

(B) Alexander Graham Bell

(C) Nikola Tesla

(D) Henry Ford


Q: Who wrote the drama “Julius Caesar”?

(A) Charlie Kaufman

(B) Park Yeon-seon

(C) William Shakespeare

(D) Kenneth Lonergan


Q: Which is the highest mountain peak in the world?

(A) Kangchenjunga

(B) Mount Godwin Austen

(C) Mount Everest

(D) Makalu


Q: Who is known as the father of modern computers?

(A) Steve Jobs

(B) Henry Ford

(C) Bill Gates

(D) Charles Babbage


Q: Which part of the computer is its Brain?

(A) Keyboard


(C) Mouse

(D) Monitor


Q: Name the longest river on earth.

(A) Nile

(B) Ganga

(C) Yangtze

(D) Mekong


Q: Name the vegetable that grows under soil.

(A) Tomato

(B) Potato

(C) Ladyfinger

(D) Chilli


Q: What is the value of Pi?

(A) 3.14

(B) 4.54

(C) 2.65

(D) 1.54


Q: Which is the most widely spoken language in the world?

(A) Nihongo (Japan)

(B) English (US)

(C) Mandarin (Chinese)

(D) Hindi (India)


Q: Identify the scientist.

(A) Marie Curie

(B) Galileo Galilei

(C) Isaac Newton

(D) Albert Einstein


Q: How many days are there in a Leap Year?

(A) 356

(B) 360

(C) 366

(D) 370


Q: Name the Largest desert in the world.

(A) Sahara Desert

(B) Namib Desert

(C) Atacama Desert

(D) Thar Desert


Q: Which are the three positive numbers that give the same result when multiplied and added together?

(A) 1, 2, 3

(B) 2, 4, 5

(C) 5, 4, 8

(D) 3, 2, 5


Q: Which planet has the Moon as a Satellite?

(A) Mars

(B) Earth

(C) Jupiter

(D) Mercury


Q: Which is the National Tree of India?

(A) Neem Tree

(B) Peepal Tree

(C) Banyan Tree

(D) Bamboo Tree


Q: Who was the first President of India?

(A) Dr. Rajendra Prasad

(B) V. V. Giri

(C) B. D. Jatti

(D) Zail Singh


Q: Who was the first Prime minister of India?

(A) M. K. Gandhi

(B) Subhash Chandra Bose

(C) Narendra Modi

(D) Jawaharlal Nehru


Q: Which city in Asia got the first electric street light in 1905?

(A) Jaipur

(B) Delhi

(C) Bengaluru

(D) Patna


Q: Which is the National fruit of India?

(A) Orane

(B) Apple

(C) Kiwi

(D) Mango


Q: Which is the holy river of India?

(A) Gomati

(B) Ganga

(C) Narmada

(D) Damodar


Q: Who is the author of the famous book My Country My Life?

(A) R. K. Narayan

(B) Kiran Desai

(C) Vikram Seth

(D) L.K Advani


Q: Which is the biggest continent in the world?

(A) Australia

(B) Asia

(C) Africa

(D) Europe


Q: Which is the smallest continent in the world?

(A) Africa

(B) Europe

(C) Australia

(D) North America


Q: The smallest country in the world is?

(A) Vatican City

(B) India

(C) Russia

(D) France


Q: India’s largest freshwater lake is?

(A) Dal Lake

(B) Sambhar Lake

(C) Wular Lake

(D) Pulicat Lake


Q: The autumn months in India are from.

(A) June to July

(B) October to November

(C) January to February

(D) April to May


Q: What is the full form of SIM?

(A) Student Information Management

(B) Small Important Machine

(C) System Integrated Machine

(D) Subscriber Identity Module


Q: When is World Environment Day celebrated?

(A) 5th June

(B) 19th May

(C) 23rd April

(D) 8th December


Q: Which country has no words but has only music in their National Anthem?

(A) Pakistan

(B) America

(C) Africa

(D) Spain


Q: Which state has the highest literacy rate in India?

(A) Arunachal Pradesh

(B) Goa

(C) Kerala

(D) Bihar


Q: Who was the first woman to become President of India?

(A) Pratibha Patil

(B) Indira Gandhi

(C) Nirmala Sitharaman

(D) Smriti Irani


Q: Who is known as the Iron Man Of India?

(A) Mahatma Gandhi

(B) Sardar Vallabhai Patel

(C) Rabindranath Tagore

(D) Jawaharlal Nehru


Q: In which city Hawa Mahal is located?

(A) Pune

(B) Patna

(C) Jaipur

(D) Ajmer


Q: In which state the Ajanta and Ellora caves are located?

(A) Maharashtra

(B) Orissa

(C) Jharkhand

(D) Uttar Pradesh


Q: What is the time duration in which Indian Standard time (IST) is ahead of Greenwich mean time (GMT)?

(A) 5 Hr 30 Min

(B) 4 Hr 12 Min

(C) 2 Hr 30 Min

(D) 4 Hr 00 Min


Q: Where is the Parliament of India located?

(A) Rajasthan

(B) Maharashtra

(C) Bihar

(D) New Delhi


Q: In which Indian state the Sun temple is located?

(A) Himachal Pradesh

(B) Odisha

(C) Madhya Pradesh

(D) Goa


Q: Which is the national game of India?

(A) Badminton

(B) Cricket

(C) Hockey

(D) Chess


Q: When is Independence Day celebrated?

(A) 26th January

(B) 15th August

(C) 14th August

(D) 11th June


Q: When is Republic Day celebrated?

(A) 15th August

(B) 11th December

(C) 23rd April

(D) 26th January


Q: Sania Mirza is famous for playing which sport?

(A) Badminton

(B) Cricket

(C) Tennis

(D) Hockey


Q: Which festival is called the Festival of colors?

(A) Diwali

(B) Holi

(C) Raksha Bandhan

(D) Makar Sankranti


Q: How many states are there in India?

(A) 28

(B) 29

(C) 24

(D) 34


Q: Which is the hottest place on Earth?

(A) Santorini

(B) Cappadocia

(C) Railay Beach

(D) Danakil Depression in Ethiopia


Q: Which is the coldest place on Earth?

(A) Pamukkale

(B) Vostok Station in Antarctica

(C) Pyramids of Giza

(D) Maldives


Q: Who built the Taj Mahal?

(A) Akbar

(B) Humayun

(C) Shah Jahan

(D) Aurangzeb


Q: What is the metal filament in a light bulb made of?

(A) Tungsten

(B) Copper

(C) Mica

(D) Gold

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