HSSC Some Important GK question UNO & Historical Persons of India Hssc Gram Sachiv

Most Important GK questions of UNO (Most Important for HSSC Gram Sachiv, Canal Patwari and Revenue Patwari competitive Exams)

1. U.N.O. What is the full form of?
— United Nation Organization

2. United Nations Day is celebrated on which date?
– October 24

3. Who is the first person to deliver a speech in the United Nations in Hindi?
– Atal Bihari Vajpayee

4. In which year was the United Nations Organization established?
– in 1945

5. The background of the flag of the United Nations is white, two olive branches open upwards, the map of the world in the center, light blue background. You. N. O. When did you adopt this flag?
— in October 1947

6. The official languages ​​of the United Nations are English, French, Chinese, Arabic, Russian and Spanish. What are the working languages?
– English and French

7. Where is the headquarters of the United Nations Organization?— New York

8. Who is the present Secretary General of United Nations Organization?
— Antonio Guterres.

9. What is the total number of member states of the United Nations at present?
— 193

10. By what name has a new body formed under the United Nations Organization for Gender Equality and Women Empowerment?
– UNWiman

11. India U. N. O. What year is it a member of?
– since 1945

12. Which two countries are the U.K. N. O. Not a member country?
— Vatican City and Taiwan

13. Who was the first woman President of the United Nations General Assembly?
— Mrs. Vijay Lakshmi Pandit

14. Who has the right of ‘veto’ in the United Nations Organization?
– Permanent members of the Security Council

15. What is the meaning of Veto in United Nations Organization?
– I refuse i.e. negative vote

16. What is the main objective of the establishment of United Nations Organization?
– Maintaining international peace and security

17. Which countries are the permanent members of the United Nations Organization?
– NS. Ra. USA, United Kingdom (UK), Russia, China and France

18. Where is the International Court of Justice located?
– The Hague (Netherlands)

19. By what name is the Library of the United Nations Organization known?
— Hammershold Library

20. Where is the original copy of the United Nations Declaration kept safe?
— at the National Archives of America

21. What are the main organs of the United Nations Organization?
– General Assembly, Security Council, Economic-Social Council, Secretariat, International Court of Justice, Council of Trustees

22. Where is the headquarters of United Nations International Children’s Crisis Fund (UNICEF)?
– New York (USA)

23. What is the executive of the United Nations Organization called?
– security Council

24. How many words, articles and chapters are there in the Charter of the United Nations?
– 10 thousand words, 111 sections, 19 chapters

25. Who donated the land for the United Nations Headquarters?
— John D. Rockefeller

26. When was the United Nations Headquarters completed?
— in 1952

27. How many employees are working in the headquarters of United Nations Organization?
— 10. thousand

28. Who is the Chief Administrative Officer of the United Nations Organization?
– General Secretary

29. How many years is the tenure of the Secretary General?
– 5 year

30. Name the principal legislature of the United Nations Organization?
– General Assembly

31. Which is the first specialized organization associated with United Nations Organization?
– International Labor Organization

Most Important Questions about Indian historical persons

A person related to some great work.

1. Brahmo Samaj – Raja Ram Mohan Roy

2. Arya Samaj – Swami Dayanand Saraswati

3. Prarthana Samaj – Atmaram Pandurang

4. Din-i-Ilahi, Mansabdari System – Akbar

5. Bhakti Movement – ​​Ramanuja

6. Sikhism – Guru Nanak

7. Buddhism – Gautam Buddha

8. Jainism – Mahavir Swami

9. Establishment of Islam religion, Hijri Samvat – Hazrat Mohammad Sahib

10. Originator of Zoroastrianism – Jarthushta

11. Shaka Samvat – Kanishka

12. Founder of Maurya Dynasty – Chandragupta Maurya

13. Philosophy of Justice – Gautam

14. Vaisheshik Darshan – Maharishi Kanad

15. Sankhya Darshana – Maharishi Kapil

16. Yoga Darshan – Maharishi Patanjali

17. Mimamsa Darshan – Maharishi Jaimini

18. Ramakrishna Mission – Swami Vivekananda

19. Founder of Gupta Dynasty – Shrigupta

20. Khalsa Panth – Guru Gobind Singh

21. Establishment of Mughal Empire – Babur

22. Establishment of Vijayanagara Empire – Harihara and Bukka

23. Establishment of Delhi Sultanate – Qutubuddin Aibak

24. End of Sati Pratha – Lord William Bentinck

25. Movement: Non-cooperation, Civil Disobedience, Kheda, Champaran, Salt, Quit India – Mahatma Gandhi

26. Establishment of Harijan Sangh – Mahatma Gandhi

27. Establishment of Azad Hind Fauj – Rash Behari Bose

28. Bhoodan Movement – ​​Acharya Vinoba Bhave

29. Red Cross – Henry Dunant

30. Establishment of Swaraj Party – Pandit Motilal Nehru

31. Establishment of Ghadar Party – Lala Hardayal

32. The author of ‘Vande Mataram’ – Bankim Chandra Chatterjee

33. Construction of Golden Temple – Guru Arjun Dev

34. Bardoli Movement – ​​Vallabhbhai Patel

35. Establishment of Pakistan – Mohd Ali Jinnah

36. Establishment of Indian Association – Surendra Nath Banerjee

37. Establishment of Oruville Ashram- Arvind Ghosh

38. Father of Russian Revolution – Lenin

39. Construction of Jama Masjid – Shah Jahan

40. Establishment of Visva Bharati – Rabindranath Tagore

41. Abolition of Slavery – Abraham Lincoln

42. Chipko Movement – ​​Sunder Lal Bahuguna

43. Nationalization of Banks – Indira Gandhi

44. Establishment of All India Women’s Conference – Smt. Kamala Devi

45. Establishment of Communist Party of India – M.N. Roy

46. ​​Establishment of National Conference – Sheikh Abdullah

47. Father of Sanskrit Grammar – Panini

48. Establishment of Sikh State – Maharaja Ranjit Singh

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