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This is a stage where kids have learned a lot of new things but will be unsure of many other things.
Let’s go with some of the interesting General Knowledge (gk) questions for class 5 Students to quench their thirst for knowledge.
1. Which is the 4th planet of our solar system?
2. Which is the largest river in the world?
3. Name a plant that grows in the desert?
4. Which is the brightest planet in the solar system?
5. A football team consists of how many members?
6. What is the young one of a cow called?
7. Which is the largest ocean in the world?
Ans: Pacific Ocean
8. The branch of science that deals with earthquakes is called ___________
9. “Wings of Fire” is the autobiography of ______________
Ans: Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam
10. Which is the national bird of the USA?
Ans: Bald Eagle
11. The smallest bone in the human body is __________
Ans: Stapes (located in the ear)
12. Which is the deepest oceanic trench in the world?
Ans: Mariana Trench
13. Name a country without an official capital?
14. Name the capital of Romania?
15. Which is the largest plateau in the world?
Ans: Tibetan Plateau
16. Young one of a horse is called?
17. How many bones does an adult human body have?
18. Who wrote the famous play, “Romeo and Juliet”?
Ans: William Shakespeare
19. Atacama Desert is located in which continent?
Ans: South America
20. Study of the universe is called?
21. Mt. Vesuvius is located in which country?
22. Who is known as the “Father of Indian Space Program”?
Ans: Vikram Sarabhai
23. Mt. Abu is located in?
24. What is the capital of Armenia?
25. “B” in BRICS, an international organization, stands for?
26. Where is Spratly Islands located?
Ans: South China Sea
27. Where is the headquarters of European Union located?
Ans: Brussels, Belgium
28. In which city is the world’s largest port located?
29. For which event did Neeraj Chopra win a gold medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics?
Ans: Javelin throw
30. In which year did India win the first Cricket World Cup?
31. In which year was South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) established?
32. Which country is known as the “land of the blue sky”?
33. Richter Scale is used to measure _________
Ans: Magnitude of earthquakes
34. Coco Islands are located in which sea?
Ans: Bay of Bengal
35. Who wrote the book “Midnight’s children”?
Ans: Salman Rushdie
36. Who was the first person to go to space?
Ans: Yuri Gagarin
37. Which is the deepest lake in the world?
Ans: Lake Baikal
38. Name the device that provides power to the connected devices of a computer during power outages?
Ans: Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS)
39. What is the full form of URL?
Ans: Uniform Resource Locator
40. Who invented World Wide Web (www)?
Ans: Tim Berners-Lee
41. When did the Internet come into existence?
Ans: January 1, 1983
42. Where is the headquarters of Kaspersky Lab, the popular cyber security and anti-virus provider, located?
43. Name the planet in our solar system that is known as the “Red Planet”
44. Name the scientist who discovered gravity?
Ans: Sir Isaac Newton
45. Whose birthday is celebrated as “Engineer’s Day” in India?
Ans: Sir M Visvesaraya
46. Between which planets does the asteroid belt exist in our solar system?
Ans: Mars and Jupiter
47. Who invented dynamite?
Ans: Alfred Nobel
48. Name the country Alfred Nobel, the famous inventor, was born in?
49. Which is the longest bone in the human body?
Ans: Femur (thigh bone)
50. Who invented airplanes?
Ans: Wright brothers (Orville Wright and Wilbur Wright)
51. Which galaxy does solar system belong to?
Ans: Milky Way
52. What is the speed of light in vacuum?
Ans: 3,00,000 km/sec
53. Which gas is commonly found in our universe?
54. When is World Heritage Day celebrated?
Ans: April 18
55. Which is the smallest continent in the world?
56. Telephone was invented by ___________
Ans: Alexander Graham Bell
57. Who invented light bulb?
Ans: Thomas Alva Edison
58. Which is the national game of the USA?
59. Which is the lightest gas?
60. Branch of science that deals with scientific study of insects is known as _________
61. Who invented the television?
Ans: John Logie Baird
62. Who was known as “Indian Napolean”?
63. The total distance between the Sun and the Earth is ___________
Ans: 149.6 Million km
64. Who formulated the theory of relativity?
Ans: Albert Einstein
65. Which mathematician is known as the “Prince of Indian Mathematics”?
Ans: Srinivasa Ramanujan
66. Sound cannot travel through _________
67. What is the full form of ROM?
Ans: Read-Only Memory
68. Name the smallest ocean in the world?
Ans: Arctic Ocean
69. Goitre is caused by the deficiency of?
Ans: Arctic Ocean
70. The term “LBW” is related to which sport?
71. In which year did Christopher Columbus discover America?
72. Which is the tallest mountain in the world?
Ans: Mount Everest
73. The famous novel, Alice in Wonderland, was written by?
Ans: Lewis Carroll
74. Name the ocean in which the famous ship, Titanic, had sunk?
Ans: North Atlantic Ocean
75. What is the scientific name of tomato?
Ans: Solanum lycopersicum
76. 1024 kilobytes is equal to _.
Ans: 1 Megabyte(MB)
77. Who is Paulo Coelho?
Ans: Brazilian Novelist
78. A figure with 6 sides is known as ________.
79. What do UPS stand for?
Ans: Uninterrupted Power Supply
80. At which temperature does water boil?
81. Name the acid in lemon.
Ans: Citric acid
82. Which is the first animal to land on the moon?
Ans: Laika, The dog
83. Name the two Oceans in which Australia is sandwiched between?
Ans: The Indian Ocean and The Pacific Ocean
84. What do AM and PM stand for?
Ans: AM stands for Ante Meridiem and PM stands for Post Meridiem
85. Statue of Liberty is in _.
Ans- New York City
86. Name the five layers of Earth’s atmosphere.
Ans: Exosphere, Thermosphere, Mesosphere, Stratosphere and Troposphere
87. Name the border of India and Pakistan.
Ans: Radcliffe Line
88. What is Ablutophobia?
Ans: It is the Fear of Bathing
89. What is the full form of HTTP?
Ans: Hypertext Transfer Protocol
90. Identify the Tennis Player.
Ans: Roger Federer
91. Which is the coldest planet in our solar system?
92. Which gas is known as “Laughing gas”?
Ans: Nitrous Oxide
93. Name the largest temple in the World.
Ans: Angkor Wat
94. Which of the following is not a component of chlorophyll?
d) None of These
Ans: C. Calcium
95. Which is the largest freshwater lake in the world?
Ans: Lake Baikal
96. What is the full form of MBBS?
Ans: Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
97. Who is the founder of Buddhism?
Ans: Siddhartha Gautama
98. What is the capital of Italy?
99. When is UN day celebrated?
Ans: October 24
100. What is the scientific name of Mango?
Ans: Mangifera Indica
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