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Current Affairs MCQ'S part-10(In Hindi)
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It's about current Affairs MCQ'S with detail explanation etc

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Sunil Singh
History lecturer, Faced UPSC & State PSC interviews.

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sir pls give explanation for last question. Usually last question you skip without discussed.
Smita Patil
a year ago
differentiation.............relates to cells.........., in tissue culture differentiation and redifferenttion I e i4m callus to organ ) and from (organ to callus)..........so it will nt relate to alteration of gases,..........gases no qtn at all,........
Smita Patil
a year ago
what happens in photosynthesis?............Do the plants utilize..........CO2 for formation of sugars,....if s dn IT ALTERS ATM
Smita Patil
a year ago
WHATEVER THE PROCESS BASIC MEANING............SEPARATION......
Ankush Sachan
a year ago
check it on NCERT class XI geography chapter 2...evolution of earth
Sunil Singh
a year ago
Keep learning.. .
Very valuable
Sunil Singh
a year ago
Sunita, keep learning....
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  2. About Me . Name- Sunil Kumar Singh JRF, Pursuing research Faced UPSC interview in 2015, and 2016 Taught History for 3 years at University level .Follow me at: https://unacademy.com/user/kumarsunilvns99


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  4. MCQ-1 Q. Consider the following statements regarding Indus water treaty It was signed by India & Pakistan in 1965 As per the treaty, control over three eastern rivers Indus, Jhelum and Chenab was given to India. It allows India to use only 20% of the water of Indus river, for irrigation, power generation and transport. Which of the above statement is/are Not correct- 1. 2. (a) 1 & 2 only (c) 2 & 3 only (b) 1 &3 only (d) All of the above


  5. .114th meeting of the Permanent Indus Commission (PIC) that looks into the sharing of the Indus waters since the Indus water treaty (IWT) was signed by the two countries in 1960. Pakistan expressed concerns over India's Pakal Dul (1000 MW), Ratle (850 MW) and Lower Kalnai (48 MW) projects located in Chenab basin - contending they violated IWT. India's stand is that designs of the projects are in accordance with the treaty. These are run of the river projects which is allowed under the treaty . .As per the treaty, control over three eastern rivers Ravi, Beas and Sutlej was given to India. While control over three western rivers Indus, Jhelum and Chenab was given to Pakistan. It allows India to use only 20% of the water of Indus river, for irrigation, power generation and transport. The Permanent Indus Commission (PIC) was set up as a bilateral commission to implement and manage the Treaty


  6. MCQ-2 Q. Recently, in which of the following state/s, India & France Jointly inaugurated a solar power plant - (a) Kerala (c)Telangana (b)Uttar Pradesh (d) Maharashtra Select the correct answer using the code given below (a) 1 only (c) 1& 3 only (b) 2 only (d) None of the above


  7. .French President Emmanuel Macron recently visited India. Important Developments during the Visit The two countries signed 14 agreements including those in the field of education, environment, urban development and railways, etc. Important strategic engagements were The Joint Vision Statement on the Indian Ocean Region has been laid down. .Indian PM and the French President co-chaired the founding conference of the International Solar Alliance (ISA) and the two leaders also inaugurated a solar power plant at Dadar Kala village in Uttar Pradesh. The two leaders welcomed the signing of the "Agreement for the provision of reciprocal logistics support between their Armed Forces", which seeks to extend logistical support on reciprocal access to respective facilities for Indian and French armed forces. . .The "Industrial Way Forward Agreement" was signed between French utility EDF and India's NPCIL for the construction of six nuclear reactors at Jaitapur


  8. MCQ-3 Q. Which of the following is/are recommendation of Uday Kotak panel constituted by SEBI to improve corporate governance- 1. Separation of CEO/MD and Chairperson 2. Disclosure of expertise/skills of directors 3. Audit Committee must review use of loans investment by holding co in arm over Rs 100 crore Select the correct answer using the code given below (a) 1 & 2 only (c) 2 & 3 only (b) 1 &3 only (d) All of the above


  9. .SEBI accepted about half the suggestions made by Uday Kotak panel constituted by SEBI in 2017 to improve corporate governance. Governance norms for Indian listed companies are set out in the Companies Act and Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirement Regulations of 2015 of SEBI. .SEBI constituted a series of committees Kumar Mangalam Birla Committee in 2000, Narayana Murthy Committee in 2003 and Adi Godrej Committee in 2012 - tocome up with more elaborate governance norms for India Inc. .a) Panel proposed more powers for independent directors, limiting chairmanship to non-executive directors, and called for a greater focus on transparency and disclosures to improve corporate governance. b) The panel recommended that a listed company should have at least six directors on its board. Current Sebi regulations do not mandate a minimum number. The panel has suggested at least one independent director be a woman. c) It also proposed that directors attend at least half the total board meetings held in a financial year. If they fail to do so, they would require shareholders' nod for continuing d) Companies have asked to make public the relevant skills of directors, and the age of non-executive directors has been capped at 75 years. e) In addition, the chairperson of a listed company will be a non-executive director to ensure that s/he is independent of the management. f) An independent director cannot be in more than eight listed companies and a managing director can hold the post of an independent director in only three listed companies.


  10. MCQ-4 Q. Consider the following statements regarding National E-Mobility Programme- It is launched by Ministry of Transport & Highway. Its aim is to provide an impetus to the entire e-mobility ecosystem including vehicle manufacturers, charging infrastructure companies etc. Programme will be implemented by Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL) Which of the above statement is/are correct 1. 2. 3. (a) 1 & 2 only (c) 2 & 3 only (b) 1 &3 only (d) All of the above