Class 3 GK Quiz Questions and Answers (GK questions for Kids (8 years) with Answers)

Check below the list of GK Quiz questions for class 3 with their answers. This set of class 3 GK questions will boost general awareness of 9 years old kid. A strong general knowledge makes students confident and capable to score outstanding in different general quizzes.

Question: What do you call a type of shape that has five sides?

Ans. Pentagon

Question: How many equal sides does an isosceles triangle have?

Ans. 2

Question: What is the length to width ratio of the Indian Flag?

Ans. 3:2

Question: Who is the Prime Minister of India?

Ans. Narendra Damodardas Modi

Question: Who is India’s first citizen?

Ans. President of India.

Question: Who is India’s third citizen?

Ans. Prime Minister of India.

 

Question: What are the continents of the world?

Ans. Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Australia/Oceania, Europe, North America, and South America.

Question: What are the oceans of the world?

Ans. Atlantic, Pacific, Indian, and the Arctic.

Question: Which is the hardest part of the human body?

Ans. Enamel.

Question: What is a name of a polygon that has 5 sides?

Ans. Pentagon

Question: What is Kangaroo baby called?

Ans. Joeys

Question: Which is the National Tree of India?

Ans. Banyan Tree

Question: Who was the first Prime minister of India?

Ans. Jawaharlal Nehru

Question: Which is the highest mountain peak in India?

Ans. Kangchenjunga

Question: Which is the National fruit of India?

Ans. Mango

Question: Which is the holy river of India?

Ans. Ganga

Question: Which city is the capital of Andaman and Nicobar?

Ans. Port Blair

Question: Which is the smallest continent in the world?

Ans. Australia

Question: The largest country in the world is?

Ans. Russia

Question: The autumn months in India is from.

Ans. October to November

Question: When is World Environment Day celebrated?

Ans. 5th June.

Question: Which state has the highest literacy rate in India?

Ans. Kerala

Question: Who was the first woman to become President of India?

Ans. Pratibha Patil

Question: In which city Hawa Mahal is located?

Ans. Jaipur

Question: What is the time duration in which Indian Standard Time (IST) is ahead of Greenwich mean time (GMT)?

Ans. 5 Hr 30 Min

Question: In which Indian state the Sun temple is located?

Ans. Odisha

Question: When is Independence Day celebrated?

Ans. 15th August

Question: Sania Mirza is famous for playing which sport?

Ans. Tennis

Question: How many states are there in India?

Ans. 29

Question: Which is the coldest place on Earth?

Ans. Vostok Station in Antarctica

Question: What is the name of two holes in the nose?

Ans. Nostrils

Question: What is the metal filament in a light bulb made of?

Ans. Tungsten

Question: Which is the longest river in the world?

Ans. Amazon

Question: On which planet do we live?

Ans. Earth

Question: What is the process in which plants make food known as?

Ans. Photosynthesis

Question: Name the biggest flower.

Ans. Rafflesia

Question: Which country is known as the “Land of White Elephants”?

Ans. Thailand

Question: Who is the first woman to go to space?

Ans. Valentina Tereshkova

Question: In how many hours does earth complete one rotation?

Ans. 24 hours

Question: Which is the highest mountain peak in the world?

Ans. Mount Everest

Question: Which part of the computer is its Brain?

Ans. CPU

Question: Name three vegetables that grow under soil.

Ans: Potato, Tapioca and Ginger

Question: Which is the most widely spoken language in the world?

Ans. Mandarin (Chinese)

Question: Name the Largest desert in the world.

Ans. Sahara Desert

Question: Which way is anti-clockwise, left or right?

Ans. Left

Question: What is the number of days Diwali comes after Dusshera?

Ans. 20

Question: Who is India’s second citizen?

Ans. Vice-President of India.

Question: How many oceans are there in the world?

Ans. Four

Question: In which country did chess originate?

Ans. India

Question: Which is the biggest planet in our solar system?

Ans. Jupiter

Question: Which is the highest mountain peak in the world?

Ans. Mount Everest

Question: Which is the biggest part of the brain?

Ans. Cerebrum

Question: Which is the biggest continent in the world?

Ans. Asia

Question: India’s largest freshwater lake is?

Ans. Wular Lake

Question: Which country has no words but has only music in their National Anthem?

Ans. Spain

Question: Who is known as the Iron Man Of India?

Ans. Sardar Vallabhai Patel

Question: Where is the parliament of India located?

Ans. New Delhi

Question: Which is the hottest place on Earth?

Ans. Danakil Depression in Ethiopia

Question: Who built the Taj Mahal?

Ans. Shah Jahan

Question: Which is the largest reef in the world?

Ans. The Great Barrier Reef

Question: How many bones do we have?

Ans. 206

Question: Which is the biggest planet in our Solar System?

Ans. Jupiter

Question: Who wrote the drama “Julius Caesar”?

Ans. William Shakespeare

Question: Name the longest river on earth.

Ans. Nile

Question: How many days are there in a Leap Year?

Ans. 366

Question: How many spokes are there in the wheel of an Indian Flag?

Ans. 24

Question: Who is the President of India?

Ans. Ram Nath Kovind

Question: The number of continents in the world is

Ans. Seven

Question: How many teeth are there in adult humans?

Ans. 32

Question: Which planet has Moon as a Satellite?

Ans. Earth

Question: Who was the first President of India?

Ans. Dr. Rajendra Prasad

Question: Which city in Asia got the first electric street light in 1905?

Ans. Bengaluru

Question: Who is the author of the famous book My country My Life?

Ans. L.K Advani

Question: The smallest country in the world is?

Ans. Vatican City

Question: What is the full form of SIM?

Ans. Subscriber Identity Module or Subscriber Identification Module.

Question: Who is the author of the famous Harry Potter book series?

Ans. J K Rowling

Question: In which state the Ajanta and Ellora caves are located?

Ans. Maharashtra

Question: Which is the national game of India?

Ans. Hockey

Question: Which festival is called the festival of colors?

Ans. Holi

Question: Which is the nearest star to Earth?

Ans. Sun

Question: Who is known as Human-Computer?

Ans. Shakuntala Devi

Question: How many continents do we have?

Ans. Seven

Question: The animals that eat only plants and herbs are called ____________.

Ans. Herbivores

Question: Who invented the Light Bulb?

Ans. Thomas Alva Edison

Question: Who is known as the father of modern computers?

Ans. Charles Babbage

Question: What is the value of Pi?

Ans: 3.14

Question: Which is the coldest location in the earth?

Ans. East Antarctica

Question: Which two parts of the body continue to grow for your entire life?

Ans. Nose and Ears

Question: Who is the inventor of Television?

Ans. John Logie Baird

Question: Which is the instrument used to measure Blood pressure?

Ans. Sphygmomanometer

Question: Who is the founder of Microsoft?

Ans. Bill Gates

Question: How many Cricket world cups does India have?

Ans. 2

Question: How many cards are there in a complete pack of cards?

Ans. 52

Question: Which African nation is famous for chocolate?

Ans. Ghana

Question: Which instrument is used for measuring wind speed?

Ans. Anemometer

Question: Which language is used by the computer to process data?

Ans. Binary language

Question: Which is the hardest substance available on earth?

Ans. Diamond

Question: Which is the most widely spoken language in the world?

Ans. Mandarin (Chinese)

Question: The largest ‘Democracy’ in the world?

Ans. India

Question: Which is the largest plateau in the world?

Ans. Tibetan Plateau

Question: What color symbolizes peace?

Ans. White

Question: During which year did World War I begin?

Ans. 1914

Question: Global warming is caused by the excess of which type of gas?

Ans. Carbon dioxide

Question: What is the name of the biggest rain forest in the world?

Ans. The Amazon

Question: What makes up (approx.) 80% of our brain’s volume?

Ans. Water

Question: ‘Stars and Stripes’ is the nickname of the flag of which country?

Ans. United States of America

Question: What covers approximately 71% of the Earth’s surface: Land or water?

Ans. Water

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