GK Quiz for Class 4

Q: Which is the largest island in the world?

(A) Iceland

(B) Greenland

(C) Andaman & Nicobar

(D) Maldives


Q: What is the name of the sword owned by King Arthur?

(A) Excalibur

(B) Kusanagi-no-Tsurugi

(C) Zulfiqar

(D) Durendal


Q: Who is known as the “Nightingale of India”?

(A) Mamta Banerjee

(B) Sarojini Naidu

(C) Rabindranath Tagore

(D) S. C. Bose


Q: Who is known as the “father of geometry”?

(A) Fibonacci

(B) Pythagoras

(C) Archimedes

(D) Euclid


Q: Who wrote the national song of India (Vande Mataram)?

(A) Rajendra Prasad

(B) Rabindranath Tagore

(C) Bankim Chandra Chatterjee

(D) Sarojini Naidu


Q: When is National Girl Child Day celebrated in India?

(A) January 24

(B) February 23

(C) April 13

(D) August 15


Q: A leap year has _____ days.

(A) 315

(B) 356

(C) 355

(D) 366


Q: Taj Mahal is situated on the banks of which river?

(A) Ganga

(B) Yamuna

(C) Gomati

(D) Narmada


Q: Name the largest planet in our solar system

(A) Uranus

(B) Neptune

(C) Jupiter

(D) Mars


Q: Our solar system consists of _____ planets

(A) Ten

(B) Eight

(C) Six

(D) Nine


Q: _____ is known as the brain of the computer.

(A) Mouse

(B) Keyboard

(C) Monitor



Q: _____ What is the full form of CPU?

(A) Central Processing Upgrade

(B) Central Processing Unit

(C) Calculating Processing Unit

(D) Commercial Product Unit


Q: Which part of the human body has the smallest bone?

(A) Nose

(B) Leg

(C) Hand

(D) Ear


Q: Penicillin was invented by ________.

(A) Terry Williams

(B) Heinrich Nestle

(C) Alexander Fleming

(D) Joseph Swan


Q: Saina Nehwal is related to which sport?

(A) Badminton

(B) Cricket

(C) Tennis

(D) Hockey


Q: Giza Pyramids situated in which country?

(A) Russia

(B) Iran

(C) Iraq

(D) Egypt


Q: Statue of liberty is situated in which city?

(A) Tokyo

(B) Bali

(C) New York

(D) Amsterdam


Q: Which is the most sensitive organ in the human body?

(A) Skin

(B) Nose

(C) Eyes

(D) Ears


Q: Computer was invented by _______.

(A) Nikola Tesla

(B) Alexander Graham Bell

(C) Henry Ford

(D) Charles Babbage


Q: Which animal is known as the ship of the desert?

(A) Dog

(B) Cow

(C) Camel

(D) Elephant


Q: An octagon has _____ sides.

(A) 6

(B) 8

(C) 9

(D) 10


Q: Which color represents peace?

(A) Blue

(B) White

(C) Red

(D) Black


Q: How many players are there in a cricket team?

(A) 11

(B) 12

(C) 10

(D) 9


Q: Which African country is famous for chocolate?

(A) Tanzania

(B) Nigeria

(C) Ghana

(D) Kenya


Q: Olympic Games are held every ____ years.

(A) 3

(B) 5

(C) 2

(D) 4


Q: Which is the largest desert in the world?

(A) Sahara Desert

(B) Kalahari Desert

(C) Thar Desert

(D) Syrian Desert


Q: Which is the tallest waterfall in the world?

(A) Iguazu Falls

(B) Angel Falls

(C) Niagara Falls

(D) Tugela Falls


Q: Which is the biggest animal in the world?

(A) Brown Bear

(B) African Elephant

(C) Giraffe

(D) Antarctic Blue Whale


Q: What is another name for Table Tennis?

(A) Ping pong

(B) Tennis

(C) Badminton

(D) Cricket


Q: Where will the 2024 Olympics be held?

(A) India

(B) America

(C) Paris

(D) London


Q: Dipa Karmakar is associated with which sport?

(A) Gymnastics

(B) Hockey

(C) Swimming

(D) Cricket


Q: When was the first modern Olympics held?

(A) 1875

(B) 1864

(C) 1896

(D) 1904


Q: Where is the Leaning Tower of Pisa located?

(A) Paris

(B) London

(C) Rome

(D) Italy


Q: Where is the Louvre Museum situated?

(A) Tokyo

(B) Paris

(C) Canada

(D) Florida


Q: Which river is nicknamed “Sorrow of China”?

(A) Nile River

(B) Yangtze River

(C) Yellow River

(D) Mississippi River


Q: Where is the world’s tallest building, Burj Khalifa, located?

(A) Dubai

(B) Abu Dhabi

(C) Iraq

(D) Iran


Q: What was the name of the ISRO mission to Mars?

(A) Chandrayaan-3

(B) Cartosat-3

(C) Aditya-L1

(D) Mangalyaan


Q: Who invented Java programming language?

(A) James Gosling

(B) Jacquard Looms

(C) Charles Babbage

(D) Bjarne Stroustrup


Q: Who is known as the father of C language?

(A) James Gosling

(B) Brendan Eich

(C) Dennis Ritchie

(D) Rasmus Lerdorf


Q: What is the full form of bit?

(A) Binary digit

(B) Beneficiary digit

(C) Beta digit

(D) Boost digit


Q: What is the name of the supercomputer placed at the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology (IITM)?

(A) PARAM Siddhi-AI

(B) Pratyush

(C) Mihir

(D) PARAM Brahma


Q: Which is the world’s fastest supercomputer?

(A) Frontier

(B) Aurora

(C) Fugaku

(D) Leonardo


Q: Which number has no reciprocal?

(A) 3

(B) 2

(C) 1

(D) 0


Q: A heptagon has _____ sides.

(A) 8

(B) 7

(C) 6

(D) 5


Q: The sum of the angles of a triangle is _____.

(A) 180°

(B) 90°

(C) 120°

(D) 160°


Q: Which blood cells in our body help to fight infections?

(A) Blue Blood Cells

(B) Yellow Blood Cells

(C) Red Blood Cells

(D) White Blood Cells


Q: The monitor of a computer is an _______ device.

(A) Output

(B) Input

(C) Processing

(D) Multimedia


Q: How many oceans are there in the world?

(A) 5

(B) 6

(C) 7

(D) 8


Q: In which country is Mount Everest located?

(A) India

(B) Nepal

(C) Japan

(D) Russia


Q: What is the capital of Belgium?

(A) Baku

(B) Canberra

(C) Vienna

(D) Brussels


Q: Who was the first President of India?

(A) S. C. Bose

(B) Dr. Rajendra Prasad

(C) Jawaharlal Nehru

(D) Rabindranath Tagore


Q: Who invented the telescope?

(A) Hans Lippershey

(B) Tim Berners-Lee

(C) Samuel Morse

(D) Patricia Bath


Q: Which is the smallest bird in the world?

(A) Pigeon

(B) Sparrow

(C) Woodpecker

(D) Hummingbird


Q: Which is the largest country in terms of population?

(A) Russia


(C) China

(D) India


Q: Which is the largest delta in the world?

(A) The Yellow River Delta

(B) Sunderban delta

(C) The Mississippi Delta

(D) Nile Delta


Q: Durand Cup is related to which sport?

(A) Volleyball

(B) Cricket

(C) Football

(D) Basketball


Q: World Red Cross Day is celebrated on ________.

(A) May 8th

(B) April 21st

(C) June 11th

(D) December 1st


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

(A) America

(B) Russia

(C) Australia

(D) Scotland


Q: Which is the world’s largest coral reef system?

(A) Isla Pérez

(B) The Great Barrier Reef

(C) Kingman Reef

(D) Lansdowne Bank


Q: Which is the biggest bird in the world?

(A) Swan

(B) Hawk

(C) Eagle

(D) Ostrich


Q: The Statue of Liberty was a gift to the USA from which country?

(A) France

(B) Russia

(C) India

(D) Australia


Q: The largest moon of Saturn is ________.

(A) Mimas

(B) Titan

(C) Iapetus

(D) Dione


Q: The term “wicket” is related to which sport?

(A) Badminton

(B) Volleyball

(C) Basketball

(D) Cricket


Q: Name an insect with colorful wings?

(A) Bee

(B) Butterfly

(C) Housefly

(D) Grasshopper


Q: Which state is known as the Orchid Paradise of India?

(A) Himachal Pradesh

(B) Uttar Pradesh

(C) Madhya Pradesh

(D) Arunachal Pradesh


Q: Name the acid present in apple

(A) Citric acid

(B) Malic acid

(C) Tartaric acid

(D) Benzoic acid


Q: Which country awards the Nobel Prize?

(A) Korea

(B) India

(C) Russia

(D) Sweden


Q: What is the currency of Malaysia?

(A) Dollar

(B) Yen

(C) Ringgit

(D) Baht


Q: Measurement of right angle is ___________.

(A) 45°

(B) 90°

(C) 180°

(D) 360°


Q: What is a triangle with two equal sides called?

(A) Equilateral Triangle

(B) Scalene Triangle

(C) Obtuse Triangle

(D) Isosceles Triangle


Q: Which metal is used to make the filament of an electric bulb?

(A) Iron

(B) Tungsten

(C) Cobalt

(D) Titanium


Q: How many consonants are there in the English alphabet?

(A) 15

(B) 18

(C) 21

(D) 26


Q: Trout and Carp are types of _________.

(A) Fish

(B) Reptile

(C) Insect

(D) Bird


Q: A polygon with 8 sides is called __________.

(A) Pentagon

(B) Hectagon

(C) Octagon

(D) Hexagon


Q: Which organ purifies our blood?

(A) Heart

(B) Kidney

(C) Lungs

(D) Liver


Q: The animal with a hump on its back is _____?

(A) Cow

(B) Dog

(C) Giraffe

(D) Camel


Q: The largest continent is _____.

(A) Europe

(B) Aisa

(C) Australia

(D) South Africa


Q: Who wrote ‘Ramayana’?

(A) Durvasa

(B) Vishvamitra

(C) Vyas

(D) Valmiki


Q: How many bones are there in a newborn baby?

(A) 200

(B) 206

(C) 250

(D) 300


Q: Martyrs’ Day is celebrated every year on ____.

(A) 30th January

(B) 11th April

(C) 09th August

(D) 18th December


Q: The fastest animal on earth is?

(A) Lion

(B) Zebra

(C) Tiger

(D) Cheetah


Q: Earth Day celebrated on?

(A) January 1st

(B) February 19th

(C) April 22nd

(D) May 15th


Q: The National Tree of India is?

(A) Neem Tree

(B) Peepal Tree

(C) Banyan Tree

(D) Bamboo Tree


Q: Which is the tallest animal in the world?

(A) Elephant

(B) Giraffe

(C) Tiger

(D) Panda


Q: What is the full form of RAM?

(A) Random Access Monitoring

(B) Reuse Access Memory

(C) Random Access Memory

(D) Recycle Access Memory


Q: Who wrote ‘Discovery of India’?

(A) Jawaharlal Nehru

(B) Rajendra Prasad

(C) Sarojini Naidu

(D) Bhagat Singh


Q: Which is the tallest statue in the world?

(A) The Statue of Equality

(B) The Statue of Belief

(C) The Statue of Liberty

(D) The Statue of Unity


Q: Young one of the horses is called?

(A) Colt

(B) Joey

(C) Puppy

(D) Calf


Q: How many days does Earth take to revolve around the sun?

(A) 350 days

(B) 365 days

(C) 394 days

(D) 400 days


Q: Which is the largest desert in India?

(A) Rann of Kutch

(B) Nubra Valley

(C) Thar Desert

(D) Cold Desert


Q: Which is the densest jungle in the world?

(A) Congo

(B) Amazon

(C) Sunderland

(D) Wallacea


Q: When is Teacher’s Day celebrated?

(A) 28th July

(B) 11th November

(C) 10th June

(D) 5th September


Q: A place where bees are kept is called ____.

(A) Kennel

(B) Sty

(C) Aviary

(D) Stable


Q: How many sides are there in a Pentagon?

(A) 5

(B) 6

(C) 7

(D) 8


Q: Which is the smallest state in India?

(A) Rajasthan

(B) Assam

(C) Gujarat

(D) Goa


Q: Who is the father of our Nation?

(A) Subhash Chandra Bose

(B) Mahatma Gandhi

(C) Rabindranath Tagore

(D) Jawaharlal Nehru


Q: Which is the largest three-digit number?

(A) 123

(B) 888

(C) 534

(D) 999


Q: Greenland is part of which European nation?

(A) Iceland

(B) Austria

(C) Denmark

(D) Ukraine


Q: Which is the national bird of India?

(A) Duck

(B) Peacock

(C) Parrot

(D) Sparrow


Q: Who authored the book ‘The Story of My Experiments with Truth’?

(A) R. K. Narayan

(B) Arundhati Roy

(C) Mulk Raj Anand

(D) Mahatma Gandhi


Q: Which is the human body’s largest organ?

(A) Nose

(B) Eyes

(C) Skin

(D) Ears


Q: When is the National Girl Child Day in India celebrated?

(A) 24th January

(B) 26th January

(C) 15th August

(D) 31st December


Q: Who invented the light bulb?

(A) Wright Brothers

(B) Nikola Tesla

(C) Henry Ford

(D) Thomas Alva Edison


Q: Which planet is also known as the red planet in our solar system?

(A) Mercury

(B) Mars

(C) Earth

(D) Jupiter


Q: Who built the world’s first Aeroplane?

(A) Edwin Beard Budding

(B) Thomas Edison

(C) Orville Wright and Wilbur Wright

(D) Alfred Nobel


Q: Who are the founders of Google?

(A) Dave Wooly and Douglas Brown

(B) Larry Page and Sergey Brin

(C) Jerry Yang and David Filo

(D) Brian Acton and Jan Koum


Q: Who is the founder of Facebook?

(A) Jack Dorsey

(B) Evan Spiegel

(C) Mark Zuckerberg

(D) Sean Rad


Q: Which is the longest river?

(A) Yangtze River

(B) Nile River

(C) Ganga River

(D) Yellow River


Q: Which is the longest river in India?

(A) Ganga

(B) Narmada

(C) Gomati

(D) Damodar


Q: Who wrote Mahabharata?

(A) Valmiki

(B) Vyasa

(C) Chanakya

(D) Aryabhata


Q: Which is the smallest ocean?

(A) Pacific Ocean

(B) Atlantic Ocean

(C) Indian Ocean

(D) Arctic Ocean


Q: What is the only natural satellite of the planet Earth called?

(A) Moon

(B) Titan

(C) Europa

(D) Ganymede


Q: When is Environment Day Celebrated?

(A) 25th February

(B) 30th June

(C) 18th August

(D) 5th June


Q: Who was the first Prime Minister of India?

(A) Mahatma gandhi

(B) Rajendra Prasad

(C) Jawaharlal Nehru

(D) S.C. Bose


Q: Which is the largest nation in the world as per its geographical area?

(A) India

(B) Russia

(C) China

(D) Japan


Q: What are two types of eclipses?

(A) Partial eclipse and total eclipse

(B) Annular eclipse and penumbral eclipse

(C) Lunar eclipse and annular eclipse

(D) Solar eclipse and lunar eclipse


Q: What is the national animal of India?

(A) Lion

(B) Panda

(C) Tiger

(D) Giraffe


Q: How many sides does a hexagon have?

(A) 6

(B) 7

(C) 8

(D) 9


Q: When is Independence Day celebrated?

(A) 26th January

(B) 17th April

(C) 15th August

(D) 10th December


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

(A) Bhagat Singh

(B) Subhash Chandra Bose

(C) Mahatma Gandhi

(D) Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel


Q: When do we celebrate Gandhi Jayanti?

(A) 31st December

(B) 15th October

(C) 12th April

(D) 2nd October

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