General Knowledge Questions for School Students

In this section we are presenting General Knowledge Questions for School Students. The section will contain General Knowledge questions related to India, World, Sports, Awards, Science, Geography, History, Places, Countries, Rivers, etc. Regularly practicing these questions will improve your General Knowledge and help you score high in General Knowledge paper. These sections are beneficial for school students who are studying in Class 3, Class 4 and Class 5.

10 Quiz questions based on General Knowledge for School Students up to Class 5 are given below. Attempt all the questions. Every questions has four options of which only one option is correct. Select the option which you think is correct. After attempting all the quiz questions select the Submit Quiz button given at the end of the quiz. On selecting the Submit Quiz button all the correct answer will be highlighted with green colour and all the wrong answer will be highlighted in red colour. Let’s start!!

1. Which of the following country is the largest milk producing country of the world?

USA
India
China
Germany

2. The national anthem ‘Jana Gana Mana’ was written by?

Mohammad Iqbal
Gulzar
Rabindranath Tagore
Bankim Chandra Chatterjee

3. On the Republic Day, a grand parade is held at:

Chandni Chowk
Vijay Chowk
MG Road
Rajpath

4. The Golden Temple is situated at?

Amritsar
Ambala
Chandigarh
Ludhiana

5. Mahatma Gandhi was born on:

2nd September
2nd October
2nd November
2nd December

6. People who have been trained to travel in space in rockets and spaceships are called?

Astronaut
Astrologer
Autocrat
Aristocrat

7. National Defence Academy (NDA) is situated at:

Dehradun
Chennai
Wellington
Khadakvasla

8. Lal Bahadur Shastri was also known as:

Punjab Kesari
Netaji
Man of Peace
Sardar

9. The book Anandmath was written by?

Rabindranath Tagore
Bankim Chandra Chottapadhyay
Sarojini Naidu
Mohammad Iqbal

10. Which is not a plant product?

Grains
Vegetables
Wool
Cereals

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