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2 FEB- Current Affairs - Quiz

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  1. Press Information Bureau THE HINDU Ashish Malik's Daily Current Affairs (With MCQs)- 02/02/19 unacademy - AshishMalik-8996


  2. MCQs- 2nd and 3rd feb Q.1 ldate Commission, recently in news is related to which of the following? a) 10% Reservation on Economic basis b) Police Reforms c) Welfare of nomadic communities d) Findings of Demonetization impact


  3. Q.2 As announced in Budget 2019-20, a committee is going to be formulated for welfare panel for nomadic, semi-nomadic and de-notified communities under: a) NITI Aayog b) Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment c) Ministry of Women and Child development d) Ministry of Home Affairs


  4. Q.2 As announced in Budget 2019-20, a committee is going to be formulated for welfare panel for nomadic, semi-nomadic and de-notified communities under: a) NITI Aayog b) Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment c) Ministry of Women and Child development d) Ministry of Home Affairs


  5. Q.3 Which of the following is/are not a part of Vision 2030 as per Budget 2019-20? 1. Making India pollution-free 2. Physical as well as social infrastructure and to provide ease of living 3. India becoming the launch-pad of satellites 4. pro-active and responsible bureaucracy Choose the correct code: a) 2only b) 3only c) 1 and 4 d) None


  6. Q.3 Which of the following is/are not a part of Vision 2030 as per Budget 2019-20? 1. Making India pollution-free 2. Physical as well as social infrastructure and to provide ease of living 3. India becoming the launch-pad of satellites 4. pro-active and responsible bureaucracy Choose the correct code: a) 2only b) 3only c) 1 and 4 d) None


  7. Vision 2030 1. To build physical as well as social infrastructure and to 2. To create a Digital India, digitise government processes with 3. Making India pollution-free by leading transport revolution 4. Expanding rural industrialisation using modern digital 5. Clean up rivers, provide safe drinking water to all Indians provide ease of living leaders from youth. with Electric Vehicles and focus on Renewables. technologies to generate massive employment. and ensure efficient use of water through micro-irrigation


  8. 6. Scale up Sagarmala, develop other inland waterways faster, harness India's long coastline and oceans to power India's development and growth. 7. Aim at our space programme - Gaganyaan, India becoming the launch-pad of satellites for the world and placing an Indian 8. Making India self-sufficient in food, exporting to the world to meet 9. A healthy India via Ayushman Bharat with women having equal 10Transforming India into a 'Minimum Government, Maximum astronaut into space by 2022. global food needs and producing food in the most organic way. rights, ensuring their safety and promoting their empowerment. Governance' nation with pro-active and responsible bureaucracy.


  9. Q.4 Pradhan Mantri Shram-yogi maandhaarn a new initiative of Budget 2019-20 relates to:- a) Unorganised workers b) Child Labours c) Bonded Labours d) Organised workers


  10. Q.4 Pradhan Mantri Shram-yogi maandhaarn a new initiative of Budget 2019-20 relates to:- a) Unorganised workers b) Child Labours c) Bonded Labours d) Organised workers


  11. Q.5 Consider the following statements about PM-Kisan scheme 1. It's a direct income support scheme for farmers 2. Rs.6000 per year will be provided to farmers having cultivable land upto 2 hectare Select the correct code: a) 1 only b) 2 only c) Both d) None


  12. Q.6 Which of the following is/are not correctly matched? 1. Revenue deficit Total revenue expenditure - Total revenue receipts 2. Fiscal deficit Total expenditure- Interest payments 3. Primary deficit Fiscal deficit - Total receipts excluding borrowings. Code: a) 2 and 3 b) 1 and2 c) 1 and3 d) All are correct


  13. Q.8 Arrange the following items in decreasing order of expenditure estimates as per Budget 2019-20 1. State's share of taxes and duties 2. Interest payments 3. Central sector schemes 4. Subsidies Code a) 3-2-1-4 b) 1-2-3-4 c) 2-1-4-3 d) 3-1-2-3


  14. Q.8 Arrange the following items in decreasing order of expenditure estimates as per Budget 2019-20 1. State's share of taxes and duties 2. Interest payments 3. Central sector schemes 4. Subsidies Code a) 3-2-1-4 b) 1-2-3-4 c) 2-1-4-3 d) 3-1-2-3


  15. Q.9 Choose the correct statement(s): 1. Interim Budget deals only with the expenditure side of the government's budget, whereas 'Vote on Account' includes both expenditure and receipts. 2. The vote-on-account is normally valid for two months 3. Vote-on-account is passed by Lok Sabha without discussion, whereas passing for budget happens only after discussions and voting on demand for grants. Code: a) 1 and2 b) 1 and 3 c) 2 and 3 d) 1,2 and3


  16. Q.9 Choose the correct statement(s): 1. Interim Budget deals only with the expenditure side of the government's budget, whereas 'Vote on Account' includes both expenditure and receipts. 2. The vote-on-account is normally valid for two months 3. Vote-on-account is passed by Lok Sabha without discussion, whereas passing for budget happens only after discussions and voting on demand for grants. Code: a) 1 and2 b) 1 and 3 c) 2 and 3 d) 1,2 and3