General Knowledge (GK) plays a pivotal role in shaping young minds, providing them with valuable insights into the world around them. For Class 4 students, in particular, this is a crucial stage where they begin to explore beyond their immediate surroundings and delve into broader topics. Introducing engaging and age-appropriate GK questions not only keeps their interest alive but also fosters a deeper understanding of various subjects.
GK is important for Class 4 students as it enhances awareness, improves learning, builds confidence, and develops critical thinking. It also enhances communication, prepares for exams, nurtures curiosity, cultivates open-mindedness, and provides real-world relevance, fostering lifelong learning.
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Q1. Which is the largest island in the world?
Answer: Greenland is the largest island in the world.
Q2. Who wrote the “Discovery of India”?
Answer: “Discovery of India” was written by Jawaharlal Nehru.
Q3. Which state is also referred to as the “Orchid Paradise” in India?
Answer: Arunachal Pradesh is also known as “Orchid Paradise” in India.
Q4. Who is also known as the Father of Geometry?
Answer: Euclid is also known as the Father of Geometry.
Q5. When is National Girl Child Day celebrated in India?
Answer: National Girl Child Day is celebrated on 24th January in India.
Q6. On which river bank is Agra situated?
Answer: Agra is situated on the Yamuna River bank.
Q8. Which two islands are a part of India?
Answer: The Andaman and Nicobar Islands and the Lakshadweep Islands are a part of India.
Q9. Which is the most sensitive organ of our body?
Answer: The skin is the most sensitive organ of the body.
Q10. Which organ purifies our blood?
Answer: The kidney purifies the blood in the human body.
Q11. Which country is well-known for robotics?
Answer: Japan is leading in robotics.
Q12. What makes up an ecosystem?
Answer: The ecosystem is made up of biological and abiotic components.
Q13. In which year and country did the Olympic games start?
Answer: The Olympic games started in Greece in 1896.
Q14. Who is also known as the “Magician of Hockey”?
Answer: Major Dhyan Chand is also known as the Magician of Hockey.
Q15. What is the name of the sword that King Arthur owned?
Answer: The name of the sword owned by King Arthur is known as Excaliber.
Q16. Which African country is famous for chocolate?
Answer: Ghana, Africa is famous for chocolate.
Q17. How frequently are the Olympic games held?
Answer: The Olympic games are held every 4 years.
Q18. What is Table Tennis also known as?
Answer: Table Tennis is also known as Ping Pong.
Q19. Which sport is Dipa Karmakar known for?
Answer: Dipa Karmakar is known for Gymnastics.
Q20. Which river is known as the “Sorrow of China”?
Answer: Yellow River is known as the “Sorrow of China”.
Q21. What was the ISRO mission to Mars called?
Answer: The ISRO mission to Mars was called Mangalyaan.
Q22. Who is known as the Father of Java Programming Language?
Answer: James Gosling invented Java Programming Language.
Q23. Who invented the C Language?
Answer: Dennis Ritchie is known as the father of the C Language.
Q24. What is the full form of “BIT”?
Answer: The full form of “BIT” is a Binary Digit.
Q25. What is the name of the supercomputer placed at the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology (IITM)?
Answer: Pratyush is the name of the supercomputer placed at the India Institute of Tropical Meteorology (IITM).
Q26. Which is the world’s faster supercomputer?
Answer: Fugaku Supercomputer is the world’s fastest computer.
Q27. What is the full form of “BMP”?
Answer: The full form of “BMP” is Bit Map Picture.
Q28. What is the capital of Belgium?
Answer: Brussels is the capital of Belgium.
Q29. Which is the largest delta in the world?
Answer: The Sunderban Delta is the largest delta in the world.
Q30. To which sport is the Durand Cup related?
Answer: The Durand Cup is related to Football.
Q31. When is the World Cross Day celebrated?
Answer: World Cross Day is celebrated on May 8th.
Q32. Which country is referred to as the “Land of Cakes”?
Answer: Scotland is referred to as the “Land of Cakes”.
Q33. Which country gifted the Statue of Liberty to the USA?
Answer: France gifted the Statue of Liberty to the USA.
Q34. What acid is present in an apple?
Answer: Apple consists of Malic Acid.
Q35. Which country awards the Nobel Prize?
Answer: Sweden awards the Nobel Prize.
Q36. What currency does Malaysia use?
Answer: Malaysia uses the Malaysian Ringgit currency.
Q37. What is the full form of “RAM”?
Answer: The full form of “RAM” is Random Access Memory.
Q38. Who wrote the “Story of My Experiments with Truth”?
Answer: The “Story of My Experiments with Truth” was written by Mahatma Gandhi.
Q39. Who is the author of Mahabharata?
Answer: Mahabharata was written by Vyasa.
Q40. Which is the smallest ocean in the world?
Answer: Arctic Ocean is the smallest ocean in the world.
Q41. When is Martyr’s Day celebrated?
Answer: The Martyr’s Day is celebrated every year on 30th January.
Q42. What is the Gir National Park in Gujarat famous for?
Answer: The Gir National Park in Gujarat is famous for Lions.
Q43. What is the folk dance of Punjab?
Answer: Giddha is the folk dance of Punjab.
Q44. Which is the heavier metal amongst Gold and Silver?
Answer: Amongst Gold and Silver, Gold is heavier.
Q45. What types of vegetables are Beets, Carrots, and Raddish?
Answer: Beets, Carrots and Raddish are called Root Vegetables.
Q46. What is Camel also referred to as?
Answer: Camel is also referred to as the “Ship of the Dessert”.
Q47. What is the total distance around a figure called?
Answer: The total distance around a figure is called its Perimeter.
Q48. What colour symbolises Peace?
Answer: The colour white symbolises Peace.
Q49. What is cataract a disease of?
Answer: The cataract is a disease of the Eyes.
Q50. Who wrote the National Anthem?
Answer: The National Anthem was written by Rabindranath Tagore.
Q51. What crop is widely grown in the Darjeeling Region?
Answer: Tea Leaves are widely grown in the Darjeeling Region.
Q52. What is the capital of Uttarakhand?
Answer: Dehradun is the capital of Uttarakhand.
Q53. Where does a dog live?
Answer: A dog lives in a kennel.
Q54. What causes Goitre?
Answer: Goitre is caused due to the deficiency of Iodine.
Q55. Who was the first President of the USA?
Answer: George Washington was the first president of the USA.
Q56. Who is the founder of Microsoft?
Answer: Bill Gates is the founder of Microsoft.
Q57. What is the scientific study of Birds called?
Answer: The scientific study of Birds is called Ornithology.
Q58. Who wrote the “Broken Wing”?
Answer: The “Broken Wing” was authored by Sarojini Naidu.
Q59. Kuchipudi is the dance form of which state?
Answer: Kuchipudi is the dance form of Andhra Pradesh.
Q60. When is National Education Day celebrated?
Answer: National Education Day is celebrated on 11th November.
Q61. Which country has the longest-written constitution in the world?\
Answer: India has the longest written constitution in the world.
Q62. Who was the first woman to go to space?
Answer: Valentina Tereshkova was the first woman to go to space.
Q63. Who is the author of “Ramayana”?
Answer: Ramayana is written by Valmiki.
Q64. Which is the biggest sea animal?
Answer: Dolphin is the biggest sea animal.
Q65. How many kilobytes are there in 1 Megabyte?
Answer: There are 1024 kilobytes in 1 Megabyte.
Q66. What is the name of the Greek God of Music?
Answer: Apollo is known to be the Greek god of music.
Q67. Which is the first element on the periodic table of elements?
Answer: Hydrogen is the first element on the periodic table of elements.
Q68. Which is the largest joint in the human body?
Answer: The knee is the largest joint in the human body.
Q69. Which is the instrument that is used to measure the atmospheric pressure?
Answer: A barometer is used to measure the atmospheric pressure.
Q70. On whose memory is the Nobel Prize awarded?
Answer: The Nobel Prize is awarded in memory of Alfred Nobel.
Q71. What currency is used in the USA?
Answer: The currency used in the USA is the US Dollar, often shortened to just USD.
Q72. Who voted to exit from the European Union?
Answer: The United Kingdom voted to exit from the European Union.
Q73. The Senkaku Island dispute is between China and which country?
Answer: The Senkaku Island dispute is between China and Japan.
Q74. Who won the Booker Prize in 2019?
Answer: Margaret Atwood won the Booker Prize in 2019.
Q75. Where is the Greek island Samos located?
Answer: The Greek Island Samos is located in the Aegean Sea.
Q76. What materials do we get from animals to make clothes?
Answer: We get Silk and Wool from animals to make clothes.
Q77. Which geographical line passes through the middle of India?
Answer: The Tropic of Cancer passes through the middle of India.
Q78. Which city is known as the “Queen of the Arabian Sea”?
Answer: Kochi is known as the “Queen of the Arabian Sea”.
Q79. In Cricket, what is the distance between the two sets of wickets?
Answer: The distance between the two sets of wickets is 22 yards.
Q80. Who was the first chief of the Indian Army?
Answer: Field Marshal Kodandera Madappa Cariappa OBE was the first chief of the Indian Army.
Incorporating General Knowledge questions into the learning process for Class 4 students has proven to be an invaluable asset in their educational journey. From kindling their curiosity to broadening their perspectives, GK equips young minds with the essential tools to become well-rounded individuals. By staying informed about the world around them, they develop a sense of responsibility as global citizens. The habit of seeking knowledge nurtured at this stage paves the way for a lifetime of learning and self-improvement.
We have an entire library of General Knowledge content for students from class 1 right up to class 10, which you can find linked below:
General Knowledge Questions for Class 4