Q.1) What is Botany?
a) Study of plants
b) Study of animals
c) Study of insects
d) Study of Soil
Explanation: Botany is the study of different aspects of plants.
Q.2) Who is the father of Botany?
c) Charles Darwin
d) Charles Hook
Explanation: Theophrastus is the father of Botany. Aristotle is known as the father of Zoology.
Q.3) The study of the universe is called?
c) Life Science
Explanation: Cosmology = Cosmo (universe) + Logos (science), that is science of universe.
Q.4) Origin of the universe is explained by which theory?
a) Tectonic Theory
b) Drift Theory
c) Collision Theory
d) Big Bang Theory
Explanation: The origin of the universe is explained by the Big Bang Theory, formulated by the Belgian astronomer and cosmologist Georges Lemaitre.
Q.5) Which of the following planet is nearest to the sun?
Explanation: Mercury is nearest to the sun followed by Venus which is next to Mercury.
Q.6) Which of the following planet is farthest to the sun?
Explanation: Pluto now is not a planet. So, the last planet in our solar system is Neptune which is why it is farthest from the sun.
Q.7) What is the capital of Pakistan?
Explanation: Islamabad is the capital of Pakistan. Karachi is the old capital of Pakistan chosen in 1947.
Q.8) Who is the first Vice president of India?
a) Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan
b) Dr. Zakir Hussain
c) Varahagiri Venkatagiri
d) Gopal Swarup Pathak
Explanation: Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was the first Vice president of India, served from 1952 to 1962.
Q.9) Which of the following is not the Terrestrial planet?
Explanation: Terrestrial planet is a planet that is composed primarily of silicate rocks or metals, and Jupiter is not made up of rocks or metal it is a gaseous planet mainly made up of gases.
Q.10) Which of the following is not the Gaseous planet?
Explanation: Earth is a terrestrial planet made up of rocks and metals.