AFCAT 29 August all shift Questions with answers


Many aspirants are appearing for the AFCAT 2 2021 online examination today across the country, DEFENCE GUIDE will publish the AFCAT 2 2021 Answer Keys from 29 th August 2021 along with AFCAT 2 2021 Question Paper just after the exam. Candidates who are looking for AFCAT 2 2021 answer keys for Shift-1 and Shift-2 from 29 August 2021 paper can find the complete AFCAT 2021 answer keys DEFENCE GUIDE. Candidates can also download the AFCAT 2 2021 answer keys from the links given below once we update them.

AFCAT 2 2021 Answer Key – 29 August – Shift 1 – Updating

DEFENCE GUIDE will be updating the AFCAT 2 2021 29 August memory-based shift-1 questions and answer keys soon after the exam ends.

  • First woman to win Dhronacharya Award?
  • When was first Emergency declated in India?
  • Who did Bardoli Satyagraha? Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel
  • What causes rust in wheat?  the fungus Puccinia triticina
  • When was Project Tiger started in India? 1st April 1973 was launched in Jim Corbett National Park, Uttrakhand
  • Where was the Battle of Plassey fought in India? The Battle of Plassey was fought in north-eastern India on 23 June 1757.
  • Pattachitra is associated with which state? Odisha Patachitra or Pattachitra is a general term for traditional, cloth-based scroll painting, based in the eastern Indian states of Odisha and West Bengal.
  • Which tennis Grand Slam is played on clay? The French Open championships at Roland Garros is the only Grand Slam event to be played on clay.
  • WIPO – World Intellectual Property Organization Headquarters? Geneva, Switzerland
  • Trophy related to golf? Many are there like Wanamaker Trophy, Ryder Cup, Claret Jug, Amateur Championship Trophy, Masters Trophy, US Open Trophy, Walker Cup, US Women’s Open Trophy, South African Open Trophy etc
  • What is the use of silicon carbide? Abrasive and cutting tools
  • Where is Paratroopers Training school? It is in Agra. We already have made a video on our YouTube on “PARATROOPERS TRAINING SCHOOL”
  • Siam was the old name of which country? Thailand
  • Which one of the following is a terrestrial planet? a: Jupiter b: Mars c: Neptune d: Saturn. Answer: Mars. A planet which is primarily composed of silicate rocks or metals is called a rocky or terrestrial planet. The planet near to the sun are terrestrial planets. Earthlike planets are called terrestrial planets.
  • Which freedom fighter known as Deshbandhu? Chittaranjan Das (5 November 1870 – 16 June 1925), popularly called Deshbandhu (Friend of the Nation), was an Indian freedom fighter, political activist and lawyer during the Indian independence movement and founder-leader of the Swaraj Party (Independence party) in Bengal during the period of British colonial rule.
  • Crawl is associated with which sport? Swimming – The words crawl, breaststroke, and butterfly are associated with the game of swimming.
  • Green Revolution is Plant then Silver Revolution is ______? Eggs
  • Who was the founder of the Chola dynasty? Vijayalayawas
  • Who is the First Chief of Defence Staff India? General Bipin Rawat
  • Highest wicket taker in world cup history? Glenn McGrath (AUS) 71 Wickets
  • Odd one out Brigadier, Commander, Admiral, Commodore? Answer: Brigadier, it is an Army rank, others are Navy rank.
  • ​First winner of David Dixon award? South African swimmer Natalie du Toit 
  • Who appoints election commission of India?
  • How many bones are found in the upper limb? There are 30 bones in each upper limb
  • Idiom – Cold feet. Meaning – A fear of doing something.
  • Idiom – Turning Tail – to turn around and run away, usually because you are frightened
  • Idiom – Mare’s Nest – : a false discovery, illusion, or deliberate hoax
  • kings cup related to which sport? Football.
  • ​Lithium triangle is located in? Chile, Argentina, and Bolivia make up South America’s “lithium triangle” and together hold more than 75% of the world’s lithium reserves beneath their salt flats.
  • Who is Player of the Century at Globe Soccer Awards? Cristiano Ronaldo
  • What is the chemical formula of pop (plaster of Paris)? (CaSO4) H2O

Numerical Ability No. of Questions – 29 Aug AFCAT 2 2021 Shift 1

  • Percentage Questions – 2
  • Work and Time – 3
  • Simple and Compound Interest – 2
  • Number System – 2
  • Train – 2
  • Distance and Time -2

AFCAT 2 2021 Question Paper – 29 August 2021 – Shift 2 – Updating

  • Ezra cup is associated with which sports? The Ezra Cup is a popular polo tournament
  • Tax on plunder during the war in Sultanate period was known as ________? Khums
  • Who gave the order to fire in Jallianwala BaghGeneral Dyer
  • What is the capital of kerala? Thiruvananthapuram
  • Nanao Singh thokchom associated with which sports? Thokchom Nanao Singh (born 8 January 1991) is an Indian boxer from Khoijuman Maning Leikai village in Bishnupur district of Manipur.
  • In which state is the simlipal Bio Reserve? Odisha
  • Panchayati raj system was first established in which state? adopted by the state of Bihar by the Bihar Panchayat Raj Act of 1947
  • Revoke term used in which sport? Bridge Game
  • Lisa Taylor is a model and actress is from which country? USA
  • Who got the highest medals in Olympics? Michael Phelps 28 Medals
  • Who among the following was not included in the Ashtapradhan of Shivaji?
  • In which city is the Danube river situated? Budapest
  • The highest grade of coal whose surface is shining and has the highest calorific value, is? Anthracite
  • Who is the governor general of India at the time of Jallianwala Bagh Massacre? Lord Chelmsford
  • Grove : Forest :: ______ : Lake Answer: Pond
  • In which year india made first appearance in Olympic football? In 1948, London hosted the 1948 Summer Olympic Games. The Indian football team made its first Olympic appearance in a match against France.
  • Who appoints the Chief Election Commissioner? The President appoints the Chief Election Commissioner and Election Commissioners. 
  • North eastern institute of science and technology is situated in which city ? Nirjuli, Itanagar, in the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh.
  • What are fat solubale Vitamins? Vitamins A, D, E, and K
  • Double foul in lawn tennis is known as? Double Fault A double fault in tennis occurs when the server commits any combination of two faults during one serving point.
  • What is the vedic name of Outer Himalays? Outer Himalaya Vedic name is Siwalik
  • Venn diagram: Human, Married couples, Doctors
  • Venn diagram: Deciduous, Oak, Wimble
  • tooth : ______ :: tine : fork Answer is comb, A tooth is part of a comb, and a tine is part of a fork.
  • Which Intercontinental ballistic missile has 5000-8000 km range? Agni V
  • Antonym of callous?
  • Synonyms of audacity?
  • Idiom: Tooth and nail
  • Choose or find odd word: Dynamics, Mechanics, Electronics, Optics, Physics. Answer: Physics: Dynamics, Mechanics, Electronics, Optics are branches of Physics
  • Odd one out: Radio,Stereo,Gramophone,Television: Answer: Television
  • What are ancient volcanic eruptions on the Moon called? The lunar maria
  • Katie Taylor is famous boxer from which country? Irish professional boxer 
  • Who was the chairman of the linguistic commission? B. G. Kher 

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