LIst of first in India frequently asked in government exam

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Here is the list of the first personality which done some particular achievement in the Indian history, which may be ask in government exam. Go through the list below.

  • President—Dr. Rajendra Prasad
  • Vice-President—Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan 
  • Prime-Minister—Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru 
  • Non-Congress Prime-Minister—Atal Behari Bajpai
  • Chief Election Commissioner—Sukumar Sen
  • President of National Congress—Vyomesh Chand Banerjee
  • Chairman of Lok Sabha—G. B. Mavlankar
  • First Governor-General of Independent India—Lord Lewis Mountbatten
  • Indian Governor-General of Independent India—Chakravarti Rajgopalachari
  • Indian Chairman in International Court—Justice Dr. Nagendra Singh
  • Chief Justice of Supreme Court—Justice Hiralal J. Kaniya
  • Chief of the Indian Armed Forces—General K. M. Carriappa
  • Novel prize winner—Rabindra Nath Tagore
  • Field Marshall—General S. H. F. J. Manekshaw
  • First Marshal of Indian Air Force—Arjan Singh
  • British Governor-General of Bengal—Warren-Hastings
  • Space traveller—S. Leader-Rakesh Sharma
  • I. C. S.—Satendra Nath Tagore
  • Posthumally Bharat Ratna Awardee—Lal Bahadur Shastri
  • Awarded with ‘Bharat Ratnas’—Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan, Chakravarti Rajgopalachari, Sir C. B. Raman
  • Person awarded Bhartiya-Gyan-Peeth Purskar—G. Shankar Kurup (Malayalam–1965)
  • Scientist awarded Ghanshyam Das Birla award—Prof. Ashish Datta (1991)
  • Raman-Magsaysay awardee—Acharya Vinoba Bhave
  • Literature who was awarded Murti Devi Purskar—C. K. Nagraj Rao (1993)
  • Person, who became High Commission in Great Britain—V. K. Krishna-Menon
  • Indian who was awarded the Lenin Peace Prize—Dr. Safuddin Kichlu (1952)
  • Indian who won the Grammy award—Pt. Ravi Shankar
  • Foreigner awardee of Bharat Ratna—Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan
  • Player awarded ‘Padam Bhusan’—C. K. Naidu
  • Hindi Literature person-awarded Bhartiya Gyan Peeth Purskar—Sumitra Nandan Pant (1968)
  • Indian who won the World Billiard award—Wilson Jans
  • Bowler who made hat-trick in Test Cricket—Harbhajan Singh
  • Batsman who made 300 runs in test Cricket—Virendra Sehwag
  • First Indian who individually won the Gold medel in Olympic games—Abhinav Bindra
  • First Indian who won the Bronze medel in Boxing in Olympic games—Vijendra Kumar
  • Indian players played Davis Cup—M. Salim and S. M. Jacob (Singles), A. A. Faiyaz and L. S. Dare (Doubles) (1921)
  • Indian player who played the test cricket—K. S. Ranjeet Single (from England)
  • Swimmer who crossed over the English channel by swimming—Mihir Sen
  • Leader of the Indian Antarctica Mission—Dr. Syed Zahuv Quasim
  • Successful Surgeon who transplanted heart—Dr. P. Venugopal
  •  Successful heart transplanted person—Devi Ram (1994)
  • President of National Human Rights Commission—Justice Rangnath Mishra
  • Person delivered the Lecture in Hindi in U.N.O.— Atal Behari Bajpai (1977)
  • Indian member in British House of Commons— Dada Bhai Naoroji (1892)
  • First President of Indian Science Congress—Sir Asutosh Mukherjee
  • Mountaineer who scaled Mount Everest 8 times—Sherpa-Augarita
  • Writer who was awarded ‘Vyas Samman’—Ramvilas Sharma
  • Indian Managing Director of World Bank—Gautam Kazi
  • Scientist elected for Lok Sabha—Dr. Meghnad Saha
  • First Indian who contested the election for British Parliament—Lal Mohan Ghose
  • An Indian, appointed the judge of High Court, during the British period—Ram Prasad Ram
  • Indian member of Viceroy Executive Council—Sir. S. P. Sinha
  • Chairman of Finance Commission—K. C. Niogi

Indian member of American Congress—Deleep Singh

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