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Daily MCQs - 3 March
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In this lesson, we will practice 5 MCQs on a daily basis for Prelims 2019.

Yasmin Gill
Discount Code-"yashi.gill01"/Qualified for UPSC mains/Rank 24th in Punjab PCS

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  1. PRELIMS DAILY MCQ's for UPSC-CSE 2019 March 3


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  4. Other courses by me .Summary of Yojana for UPSC Mains 2019 Ancient History Crash Course Summary of History NCERT's titled 'Our Pasts- I, II, III Summary of History NCERT's titled Themes in Indian History- I, II, III


  5. Quick Instructions Go through Daily Current Affairs before attempting the questions As soon as the question appears, pause the video, answer the question and resume Calculate your score on a daily basis and write it in the Comments Section below lake out a pen to note down questions


  6. Q1- Which among them is true? A. India's exports are mainly capital-intensive goods B. Biggest beneficiaries of increased exports are high-skilled C. D. urban, and mainly male workers Both None


  7. Both Report titled 'Exports to Jobs: Boosting the Gains from Trade in South Asia' by ILO and WB Capital-intensive goods such as chemicals and fabricated metals-direct benefits for workers have been limited With right policies, India can ensure that greater export orientation can boost workers' gains from trade and spread them more widely More exports can create benefits for workers by raising wages and reducing informality, but we need stronger policies to ensure these inclusiveness For low-skilled workers, the shift would result in an increase in formal jobs


  8. Q2- Which of them is true? A. The report EASE Reforms for Public Sector Banks is B. C. prepared by Boston Consulting Group SBI has been ranked first among public sector banks in the implementation of reforms agenda Both None D


  9. Only A -The report measures performance of each PSB on 140 objective metrics across 6 themes, including customer responsiveness, credit off-take and digitalisation, among others PNB has been ranked first in the EASE-index


  10. Q3- Which of these is true? A. Aravalli Range is rich in natural resources B. It gives rise to several rivers such as Banas, Luni and Sabarmati. C. Aravallis are the oldest block mountain range in India All of these; AB; Only A; AC


  11. AB Red badarpur sand, silica, quartz, granite, marble building activities and construction in and around Delhi fold mountains - rocks are formed primarily of folded crust when two convergent plates move towards each other process is called orogency or orogenic movement Surajkund lake, Badhkal Lake-well-known water body that has dried up because of mining activities mining contractors pump water out of these pits to dig deep until they punctured the aquifer. This is the reason that deep depressions retain water throughout the year


  12. The red badarpur sand (for which the miners dig deep) is found under the rocks and has tendency to retain water Also k/a pit sand and is coarse Removal of this layer of sand exposes the groundwater.


  13. All of these Between these two is a third measure, called 'trees outside forest, or TOF India State of Forest Report 2017' defines TOF as "trees existing outside the recorded forest area in the form of block, linear & scattered size of patches" Since tree cover measures only non-forest patches that are less than 1 hectare, it is only a part of TO takshadweep (90.33%) and Mizoram (86.27%).


  14. Agent Orange was a herbicide mixture used by the U.S. military during the Vietnam War -Much of it contained a dangerous chemical contaminant called dioxin- persistent organic pollutant The chemical dioxin in Agent Orange can remain toxic in the soil for decades U.S. Air Force aerial spraying program, Operation Hades (later renamed Operation Ranch Hand), took place from January 1962 until February 1971


  15. antimony coated solar panels The heavy metal element is present in the glass used to manu facture the panels, which eventually end up in landfills and pollute the environment The glass used in solar panels cannot be recycled because of the presence of impurities like plastics, lead, cadmium and antimony -Ingestion can cause irritation of gastrointestinal tract with symptoms like vomiting, abdominal cramps, diarrhea and cardiac toxicity


  16. Bharals or Himalayan Blue Sheep Inhabit upland slopes in a wide range throughout China, from Inner Mongolia to the Himalayas Despite their name, blue sheep are neither blue nor sheep As analyses have shown, these sheep-looking caprines are actually more closely related to goats than to sheep Gangotri National Park, Uttarakhand


  17. Gratitude is the best attitude RATE, REVIEW AND RECOMMEND