Questions from NVOK 2013 – Episode 5 – March 18, 2012
(FFF)Based on the animals mentioned in the film names, arrange the following from the smallest to the biggest
a. Singham b. Kumki c. Naan E d. Sutti Poonai
(1000)According to a pazhamozhi, Puli pasithalum ethai thinathu?
a. Meat b. tamarind c. Grass (pul) d. Rice
Ans. Grass (pul)
(2000)To which of these places is a person holding a platform ticket allowed to go?
a. Bus Stand b. Railway Station c. Airport d. Movie Hall
Ans. Railway Station
(3000)In which of the below districts would you not find a sea shore?
a. Kanyakumari b. Chennai c. Erode d. Kanchipuram
(5000)Under which section of the IPC would cheating fall under?
a. 100 b. 123 c. 234 d. 420
(10000)Identify the music director (Audio: Ivan thee enu therikiratha)
a. Ilayaraja b. Shankar Ehsaan Loy c. A R Rahman d. Harris Jeyaraj
Ans. Shankar Ehsaan Loy
(20000)Which body part is referred to by the word ‘Siram’?
a. Leg b. hand c. Head d. Foot
(40000)Which of these districts does not share a border with Andhra Pradesh?
a. Thiruvallur b. Dharmapuri c. Vellore d. Krishnagiri
(80000)If the 13th of a month is Friday, then on what day of the week would that month begin?
a. Friday b. Wednesday c. Thursday d. Sunday
(FFF)Arrange these coastal cities from the North to the South
a. Thiruvananthapuram b. Mumbai c. Pondicherry d. Goa
(1000)Complete the proverb: “Erumbura ____ Theyum”
a. Ellum b. Pallum c. Sollum d. Kallum
(2000)In India, how many digits are there in a mobile number?
a. 12 b. 8 c. 10 d. 9
(3000)Which of these is not a stringed instrument?
a. Kanjira b. Veenai c. Sitar d. Tambura
(5000)Which is the only metal which is a liquid at room temperature?
a. Mercury b. Gold c. “Thamiram” d. Silver
(20000)Which of these is the name of the scheme launches by UID of India?
a. Acharya b. Aadhar c. Anjana d. Anand
(40000)Which of these films shares its name with a town in Guntur district?
a. Tenkasi Pattinam b. Thenali c. Kasi d. Dharmapuri
(80000)Which of these human body parts is capable to regenrating itself to a significant extent?
a. Brain b. Heart c. Liver d. Kidney