Sample NTSE Interview Questions (Part 4 of 9)

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  • What is the difference between tissues and muscles
  • Carbohydrate is made us op C, H and Oxygen. Similarly kerosene oil is made up of C, H and Oxygen. Why we feel uneasy if we consume little bit of kerosene oil?
  • What is the difference between living and non living beings?
  • Suggest measures to overcome the shortage of water? When everybody knows that we should save water, then how come so much of water is wasted every day?
  • Shortage of water is related to Global Warming?
  • What is difference between green revolution and white revolution?
  • What is the difference between gree house effect and green revolution
  • What is the difference between soap and detergent. How it contribute to water pollution?
  • is there any difference between enzyme and hormone and a catalyst?
  • What are the various sources of energy available to human being?
  • What are prokaryotes and eukaryotes? Give one example each
  • Does humans are also the part of the food chain? if yes then the increase of population must be just the shift in the food chain and should not be a worry?
  • Why urinals at Bus stand has such a bad smell?
  • What is the temperature of a human body? Does all animals have the same body temperature?
  • What do you mean by adaptation? Give any two examples
  • What is the difference between civics and economics?
  • How society and civics are inter related?
  • What is caste census and its effect?
  • What are fundamental duties and rights?
  • What do you think how corruption can be removed?
  • Can you map the area under control during Alauddin, Akbar, Aurangzenb and Britishers? Define the major event between reign of these rulers.
  • What would have happened if India would have achieved independence in 1857?
  • Who is your favourite PM of India? and Why?

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