Govt. Examwise MCQ
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The power to create of abolish legislative council in states is vested with which among the following?
Which among the following fundamental rights is available to Indian Citizens but not to aliens?
What is the upper limit of election expense in a parliamentary constituency?
Which among the following amendments of Constitution of India had accorded precedence to Directive Principles over Fundamental Rights?
For how many times, a person can become President of India?
If all the persons are made to sit in alphabetical order from right to left , the positions of how many will remain unchanged as compared to the original seating positions ?
E is the sister of B. A is the father of C. B is the son of C. How is A related to E ?
What is the position of B with respect to E?
To whom is the Department of Administrative Reforms related?
The Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances is the Government of India's primary agency for administrative reforms and the resolution of public grievances pertaining to states in general and Central Government agencies in particular.
Who has been appointed as the CEO of Khadi & Village Industries Commission (KVlC)?
Vinit Kumar, an Indian Railway Service Electrical Engineer from the 1993 batch, has been appointed CEO of the Khadi & Village Industries Commission (KVlC) in Mumbai. KVlC operates under the Ministry of Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises.
Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) North Eastern Regional Campus has been inaugurated at which city?
The Indian President officially opens the North Eastern Regional Campus of the Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) in Aizawl. On the occasion, the President visited the Convocation of Mizoram University (MZU) and virtually inaugurated several education-related projects, including a permanent campus of the Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) in Aizawl.
The ‘Citizenship Act’ under which citizenship is to be granted to minorities from three countries, was enacted in which year?
Under the Citizenship Act of 1955, the Indian government has chosen to award Indian citizenship to Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains, Parsis, and Christians from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, and Pakistan who are now residing in two districts of Gujarat. The decision to award citizenship is made under the Citizenship Act of 1955, not the contentious Citizenship Amendment Act of 2019.
Which institution is to house India’s first technology business incubation centre based on green technology?
India’s first technology business incubation centre based on green technology named ‘Greenovator Incubation Foundation’ is to be set up at National Institute of Technology (NIT) Srinagar. Technology Business Incubation or Inclusive TBI (i-TBI) is a three-year initiative supported by the Department of Science and Technology (DST) for educational institutions, innovators and entrepreneurs. DST provides all necessary funds for setting up the centre.
The third Vande Bharat Express train, which was recently inaugurated (in October 2022), runs between which cities?
Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the Gandhinagar-Mumbai Vande Bharat Express train, the third in the Vande Bharat series, between Mumbai and Ahmedabad. The two additional Vande Bharat Express trains, which began service in February and October of this year, operate from New Delhi to Varanasi and Katra, respectively. The 'Vande Bharat 2.0' Gandhinagar-Mumbai Express train travels 540 kilometers in 6 hours and 30 minutes.
Who has been appointed as the Director General of Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR)?
The Cabinet Appointments Committee named Rajiv Bahl, a renowned World Health Organization researcher, as Director General of the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR). Bahl is the World Health Organization's (WHO) director of research for maternal and newborn health, adolescent health, and aging. He will also serve as Secretary of Health Research (DHR). He spent ten years as a Senior Scientist at the AIIMS before joining WHO.
The Indian Army has collaborated with which institution for activating satellite broadband-based internet service on the Siachen Glacier?
The Army has enabled satellite broadband-based internet service atop the Siachen Glacier in partnership with Bharat Broadband Network Limited (BBNL). At a height of 19,061 feet, the glacier is located in the Himalayas' eastern Karakoram range. The BBNL is a totally owned government-owned supplier of broadband infrastructure. It is operating under the Bharat Net scheme to deliver internet connectivity to rural and distant locations using satellites.
Which institution released the handbook on ‘Safety in Electrical Installations’?
Union Minister Piyush Goyal issued a handbook titled 'Safety in Electrical Installations - A Way Forward to Safety by National Electrical Code of India' as well as a guide for using the National Building Code of India 2016. It was unveiled at the Bureau of Indian Standards' (BIS) fourth Governing Council Meeting. Pamphlets are also distributed to raise public awareness about building their own home or purchasing from a builder.
What is the new name of the ‘Raj Path’, the iconic avenue in New Delhi?
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will lay the groundwork for the 'Kartavya Path' at India Gate in New Delhi. Kartavya Path will have landscape improvements, lawns, new green spaces, rehabilitated canals, enhanced parking, and new exhibition panels. It also has a number of sustainability elements such as solid waste management, used water recycling, and energy-efficient lighting systems, among others.
Which is the venue of the 30th Southern Zonal Council meeting held recently?
Amit Shah, Union Home Minister, presided over the 30th Southern Zonal Council meeting in Thiruvananthapuram. 26 problems were considered at the meeting, 9 were resolved, and 17 were reserved for future consideration. The major goals of the Zonal Council meeting are resolutions. Center-state and inter-state issues are resolved through mutual agreement, and regional cooperation among states is promoted, among other things.
Which pharma company launched India’s first indigenously developed qHPV) against cervical cancer?
The Department of Biotechnology (DBT), in collaboration with the Serum Institute of India, is preparing to launch India's first indigenously created Quadrivalent Human Papillomavirus (qHPV) vaccine against cervical cancer. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), India accounts for almost one-fifth of the global cervical cancer burden, with 1.23 lakh cases and approximately 67,000 deaths each year.
True or False: An interjection is a part of speech that shows strong emotion and is usually followed by an exclamation mark.
True or False: The present perfect tense is used to describe actions that were completed in the past and have no connection to the present.
True or False: A conjunction is a type of punctuation used to end a sentence.
True or False: The comparative form of the adjective "good" is "better."
True or False: Prepositions are always followed by verbs.
True or False: A sentence must have both a subject and a predicate to be grammatically complete.
True or False: The past tense of the verb "go" is "goed."
True or False: An adverb is used to modify nouns or pronouns.