Welcome to your April 1
1. Jal Jeevan Mission (JJM), Union Government's flagship programme, is implemented in partnership with States/ UTs to provide tap water connection to every rural household by 2024.
2. It envisions creating a Digital Wall and Remote Command & Control Centre for monitoring and managing supply of prescribed quality water in adequate quantity every day through household tap connections across all rural villages.
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?
1. Atal Innovation Mission (AIM), NITI Aayog has joined hands with Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) to launch this nationwide program which will be implemented by Venture Center - a non-profit technology business incubator.
2. The program is open to CEOs and Senior incubation managers of AIM Funded Atal Incubation Centers that are supporting deep tech entrepreneurs.
1. ECLGS 3.0 will only cover business enterprises in Hospitality.
2. ECLGS 3.0 would involve extension of credit of upto 40% of total credit outstanding across all lending institutions as on 29.02.2020.
Which of the statements given above is/are correct
Time is Up!
Welcome to your 2 april
1. He was a Lingayat religious figure and head of the Siddaganga Matha in Karnataka.
2. He founded the Sri Siddaganga Education Society.
1. It is a statutory body.
2. It aims to formally oversee standards, procedures and processes in the Indian education system.
Welcome to your April 3
1. It came into being in 1997 through the Bangkok Declaration.
2. It consists of Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Maldives and Thailand.
1. Good Friday marks the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and his death at Calvary.
2. Easter marks the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
1. Central government recently postponed its 2017 deadline for thermal power plants to install Flue Gas Desulphurization (FGD) units that cut emissions of sulphur dioxides.
2. A task force will be constituted by the Central Pollution Control Board to categorise plants in three categories “on the basis of their location to comply with the emission norms”.
Welcome to your April 4th
Welcome to your 5th Feb
1. Sanātanī is a term used to describe Hindu movements that incorporate various teachings from the Vedas, Upanishads, and other Hindu texts such as the Ramayana and Bhagavad Gita.
2. Sanatana Dharma is presently a large facet of the collective synthesis of beliefs known as Hinduism.
1. Saudi Arabia
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1. Ingenuity is a small robotic helicopter located on Mars since February 18, 2021.
2. It is intended to make the first powered atmospheric flight on a planet beyond Earth.
1. INS Viraat was a Centaur-class aircraft carrier of the Indian Navy
2. The ship was completed and commissioned in 1959 as the Royal Navy's HMS Hermes, and decommissioned in 1984.
Welcome to your 7th Feb
1. Dr Chintan Vaishnav has been appointed the mission director of Atal Innovation Mission (AIM), the government’s flagship initiative under NITI Aayog.
2. AIM’s mission is to create and promote a vibrant ecosystem of innovation and entrepreneurship across the country.
1. The National Supercomputing Mission was launched to enhance the research capacities and capabilities in the country by connecting them to form a Supercomputing grid, with National Knowledge Network (NKN) as the backbone.
2. PARAM Shivay, the first supercomputer assembled indigenously, was installed in IIT (BHU).
1. The Electronic voting machines can be transported in private vehicle.
2. All EVMs, after voting is complete, should be under cover of armed police at all times.
Welcome to your April 10
1. If the planet heats by over 3°C, then a third of endemic species living on land, and about half of endemic species living in the sea, face extinction.
2. Endemic species threatened by climate change include lemurs, which are unique to Madagascar, and the snow leopard, one of the most charismatic animals of the Himalayas.
Welcome to your 8 APRIL
1. The Reserve Bank of India’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) has decided to keep its short term lending rate or the repo rate unchanged at 4 per cent, in line with market expectations.
2. The RBI maintained its GDP growth forecast at 10.5 per cent for 2021-22.
Welcome to your 9th April
1. It measured a quantity relating to the muon, following up a previous experiment at Brookhaven National Laboratory, under the US Department of Energy.
2. The rate at which the muon wobbles is described by the g-factor, the quantity that was measured.
1. It means that a country would bring down its emissions to zero.
2. The net-zero goal does not figure in the 2015 Paris Agreement.
1. The amendments have harmonised the Copyright Rules with the provisions of Finance Act, 2017 whereby the Copyright Board has been merged with Appellate Board.
2. The time limit for the Central Government to respond to an application made before it for registration as a copyright society is extended to 180 days, so that the application can be more comprehensively examined.
Welcome to your April 11
1. Politically, it’s part of the United Kingdom.
2. The 1998 Good Friday accord established a Catholic-Protestant power-sharing government for Northern Ireland.
1. The Advanced Antiquities Management System (AAMS) is a software-driven automated storage used for the storage of various objects.
2. The AAMS is placed at Goa’s DAA in Panaji.
1. The 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry was jointly awarded to Stanley Whittingham, John Goodenough and Akira Yoshino for work that led to the development of lithium-ion batteries.
2. These batteries cannot be used to store solar and wind power.
1. It is an intergovernmental organization located at New York.
2. It was established under UN Charter 1945 to act as a principal Judicial organ of UN.
Welcome to your 14th Feb
1. Its objective is to prevent outsiders from obtaining fake indigenous certificates for seeking jobs and benefits of government schemes.
2. The State government had formed a three-member panel headed by retired bureaucrat Banuo Z. Jamir for “examining and advising” on the implementation of RIIN.
With reference to the monsoon, consider the following statements:
1. The long period average (LPA) refers to the average all-India monsoon rainfall of 88 cm, which is a 50-year mean.
2. The monsoon in 2019 and 2020 was only the third time in a century of back-to-back years of above normal rainfall during the season in India.
1. It is an electronic marketplace providing a platform to connect aqua farmers and the buyers.
2. It is an initiative of Union Ministry of Agriculture.
1. It is a national digital repository on health and nutrition.
2. It is an initiative of Union Ministry of Science and Technology.
Welcome to your 15 April
1. According to the Luni-Solar calendar, the first day of the full moon of Chaitra is the beginning of the Hindu new year.
2. In Kerala, the day is celebrated as 'Ugadi'.
1. It is organized by NITI Aayog.
2. The objective is to understand the progress of Hydrogen ecosystem across continents.
Welcome to your 16 April
1. It is a not-for-profit organization working since 2003.
2. NIXI has developed an IPv6 index portal for the Internet community.
With reference to e-visa, consider the following statements:
1. An e-visa facility for foreigners is provided only in medical and medical attendant categories.
2. Entry through e-visas is allowed only at 28 designated international airports and five major seaports in India.
Welcome to your 17 April
1. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) announced the setting up of a regulatory review authority, RRA 2.0, to review its regulations internally and in consultation with other stakeholders.
2. Deputy governor M Rajeshwar Rao has been appointed as the head of the RRA 2.0 which would be set up for a period of one year from May 1, 2021, unless its tenure is extended.
1. It was created by Engineers from Purdue University in the US.
2. It is made up of barium sulphate.
1. The High Court of Jammu and Kashmir will be the common High Court for the Union Territories of Ladakh, and Jammu and Kashmir.
2. The expenditure in respect of salaries and allowances of the Judges of the common High Court shall be allocated amongst the Union territory of Jammu and Kashmir and Union territory of Ladakh on the basis of population ratio.
1. This is the highest number of mines on offer in a particular tranche of auction after commencement of the auction regime since 2014.
2. The coal mines on offer are only from the States of Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Odisha.
1. It is an initiative of Department of School Education and Literacy, Union Ministry of Education.
2. These comics can be accessed online on DIKSHA web portal (diksha.gov.in) or via the DIKSHA app on any android Smartphone.
1. For appointment of any Judge of SC (other than CJI), the CJI must be consulted.
2. The keshavantha bharathi case has formalised the collegium system for the purpose of consultation.
1. Article 124 of the Constitution of India provides for the manner of appointing judges to the Supreme Court (SC).
2. Seniority at the apex court is determined by age.
1. According to Union Health Ministry a unique “double mutant” coronavirus variant with a combination of mutations not seen anywhere else in the world has been found in India.
2. Indian SARS-CoV-2 Consortium on Genomics (INSACOG) is a consortium of 10 laboratories across the country.
2. Snow Leopard
3. Malabar Civet
1. It is the return an investor gets on that bond or on a particular government security.
2. A rise in bond yields means interest rates in the monetary system have fallen, and the returns for investors have declined.
1. E-filing was launched by National Consumer Dispute Redressal Commission (NCDRC) in 2020.
2. Delhi was the first state to implement it.
1. It was set up in 1959 by the Sangeet Natak Akademi and became an independent school in 1975.
2. It is an autonomous organization under Ministry of Culture.
1. At present, India has 78 World Heritage Properties.
2. ‘Dholavira: A Harappan City’ is the first World Heritage Sites in India.
1. Ministry of Skill Development is implementing the pilot project, ‘Economic Empowerment of Women Entrepreneurs and Startups by Women’ in collaboration with World Bank.
2. Rural Self Employment Training Institutes (RSETIs) enabling a trainee to take Bank credit and start his/her own Micro-enterprise.
Supreme Court Judgements
Indira Sawhney case (1992)
Kesavananda Bharati case (1973)
Basic structure of the Constitution
S. R. Bommai case (1994)
1. According to information provided to the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Water Resources, only half of government schools and anganwadis have tap water supply.
2. A 100-day campaign for 100% coverage being launched by the Jal Shakti Ministry in October 2020.
Welcome to your 1st march
1. The induction of personnel at middle and senior management levels recommended by NITI Aayog, in its three-year Action Agenda.
2. Individuals would be contracted for three to five years for “reserved/unreserved” posts in the central government.
1. It is a town in East Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh.
2. It is known for mango export, with nearly 250 varieties.
Welcome to your 2ND MARCH
1. It is a centrally sponsored scheme.
2. Implementing Agencies (IAs) are engaging Cluster-Based Business Organizations (CBBOs) to aggregate, register & provide professional handholding support to each FPO for a period of 5 years.
1. Chief of Integrated Defence Staff to the Chairman Chiefs of Staff Committee (CISC) is the head of the Integrated Defence Staff which acted as the point organisation for jointmanship in the Ministry of Defence.
2. The CISC is a five-star rank officer from the three Services in rotation.
2. It is under the Union Ministry of Finance.
1. It is one of the media units working under the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting, Government of India.
2. It was established in 1919 as a small cell under Home Ministry under the British government.
Welcome to your 3RD MAY
1. It is a Centrally Sponsored Scheme.
2. It was launched by the Ministry of Minority Affairs in the year 2014-15 with the objective of integrated development of identified pilgrimage and heritage destinations.
1. Registration of political parties is governed by the provisions of section 29A of the Representation of the People Act, 1951.
2. Representation of the People Act (RPA), 1950 lays down procedures for delimitation of constituencies.
1. It is an initiative by National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS).
2. The New Education Policy-2020 emphasizes on the creation of a sense of pride towards Indianness in the learner's inner self as well as the establishment of our ancient knowledge, skills and values.
Welcome to your 4th March
1. It is listed as Near threatened on IUCN Red list.
2. It is listed in CITES Appendix II.
1. Under this, the managing director (MD) or chief executive officer (CEO) of market infrastructure institutions (MIIs) will be obligated to frame a code of conduct and put in place an institutional mechanism.
2. Market infrastructure institutions (MIIs) will have to formulate a code of conduct to regulate, monitor and report trading by their designated persons and immediate relative of designated persons towards achieving compliance with the prohibition of insider trading regulations.
Welcome to your 5 MARCH
1. Recently, CSIR Floriculture Mission has been approved for implementation in all states.
2. Floriculture, or flower farming, is a discipline of horticulture concerned with the cultivation of flowering and ornamental plants for gardens and for floristry, comprising the floral industry.
1. It will be the first-ever elevated Urban Expressway in India.
2. The entire project will be equipped with Intelligent Transportation System (ITS).
1. In the Million+ category, Mysuru has emerged as the highest ranked municipality.
2. The five verticals under MPI are Services, Finance, Policy, Technology and Governance.
Welcome to your 6th march
Welcome to your 8th march
1. It is knowns as Yarlung Zangbo river in Tibet.
2. In 2015 China operationalised its first hydropower project at Zangmu in Tibet, while three other dams at Dagu, Jiexu and Jiacha are being developed, all on the upper and middle reaches of the river.
1. CALM-2 mutations are known to cause sudden death due to cardiac arrest.
2. Calmodulin 2 is a protein that in humans is encoded by the CALM2 gene.
1. According to the recent notification by Union Ministry of Road Transport and Highways there should be an airbag for passengers seated on the front seat of a vehicle, next to the driver.
2. India accounts for 50% of all road crash victims in the world, as per a recent World Bank report.
Welcome to your 10 march
1. It is a central sector scheme
2. The scheme is administered by the Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India.
1. Cases under the UAPA are investigated only by the National Investigation Agency (NIA).
2. Under the UAPA, getting bail is rare and the investigating agency has up to 365 days to file a charge sheet.
1. Agri-voltaic system of 105 KW capacity was developed by ICAR-Central Arid Zone Research Institute, Jodhpur.
2. Under component -I of KUSUM (Kisan Urja Suraksha Utthan Mahabhiyan) scheme, there is a provision for installation of agri-voltaic system in farmers’ fields with a capacity ranging from 500 KW to 2 MW.
Welcome to your 11 march
1. It is a non-lapsable reserve fund for Health in the Public Account.
2. Proceeds of share of health in the Health and Education Cess will be credited into PMSSN.
1. Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) received the prestigious “King Bhumibol World Soil Day - 2020 Award”.
2. It is an initiative of Greenpeace International.
Welcome to your 12th March
1. According to Article 72 there shall be a Council of Ministers with the Chief Minister at the head to aid and advise the Governor in the exercise of his functions.
2. According to Article 164(2) the Council of Ministers shall be collectively responsible to the Legislative Assembly of the State.
1. Arunachal Pradesh
1. The first-of-its-kind research project in the country is aimed at understanding the biochemistry and the response of the ocean to climate change, nutrient stress and increasing pollution.
2. The researchers will collect samples from various stretches of the ocean at an average depth of about 5 km.
1. Indian and Japanese space agencies recently reviewed cooperation in earth observation, lunar cooperation and satellite navigation.
2. India and Italy decided to explore opportunities in earth observation, space science and robotic and human exploration.
Welcome to your 13 march
1. He was the pioneer of the social revolutionaries of south India and Kerala.
2. His teachings effected many social changes in southern India, resulting in the emergence of a series of social and self-respect movements such as Upper cloth agitation and Temple entry agitation.
1. The theme of BRICS this year is -"BRICS@15: Intra BRICS Cooperation for Continuity, Consolidation, and Consensus”.
2. The term "BRIC" is believed to be coined by OECD.
1. The Prime Minister of India recently flagged off the ‘Padyatra’ (Freedom March) from Sabarmati Ashram, Ahmedabad.
2. The Prime Minister launched the ‘Atmanirbhar Incubator’ programme of Ministry of Culture in partnership with Sabarmati Ashram Preservation and Memorial Trust to preserve the skills and arts of artisans /crafts persons on the verge of extinction.
Welcome to your 14th March
1. It is a shrub which produces an orange-yellow coloured edible berry.
2. It has been widely used for treating stomach, heart and skin problems.
Welcome to your 15th March
1. NewSpace India Limited (NSIL) is a Public Sector Enterprise (PSE) of Government of India and commercial arm of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO).
2. It was established in 2010.
1. The Central government has reconstituted an advisory committee to chalk out a plan for studying the mythical Sarasvati river for the next two years.
2. The committee would continue to be chaired by the Culture Minister.
Welcome to your 16 march
1. India, effectively the only home of the bustards, now harbours less than 150 individuals in five States.
2. It is listed in Schedule II of the Indian Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972.
1. Supreme Court, in the PUCL v Union of India (2013) directed the ECI to introduce NOTA in direct elections to allow voters to register their protest if none of the candidates is acceptable to them.
2. NOTA has only symbolic value in a direct election.
1. It is an initiative of Greenpeace International.
2. It intends to create “bee fences” to thwart elephant attacks in human habitations using honeybees.
Welcome to your 17 MARCH
1. The Union Cabinet has approved the closure of Handicrafts and Handlooms Export Corporation of India Limited (HHEC).
2. It was under the administrative control of the Ministry of Finance.
1. The Union Cabinet has recently cleared a Bill to set up a government-owned development finance institution (DFI) with initial paid-up capital of Rs 20,000 crore.
2. The DFI will be fully government-owned initially and the promoter’s stake will be brought down to 26 per cent in the next few years.
Welcome to your 19 March
1. An electoral bond is like a promissory note that can be bought by any Indian citizen or company incorporated in India from select branches of State Bank of India.
2. It has to be redeemed by Political parties within 365 days only in their specified account.
1. The new policy provides for fitness tests after the completion of 20 years in the case of privately owned vehicles and 15 years in the case of commercial vehicles.
2. Any vehicle that fails the fitness test or does not manage renewal of its registration certificate may be declared as an End of Life Vehicle.
1. It increases the maximum foreign investment allowed in an insurance company from 49% to 100%.
2. The Act requires insurers to hold a minimum investment in assets which would be sufficient to clear their insurance claim liabilities.
1. The Pritzker Architecture Prize is awarded annually to honor a living architect.
2. It was founded in 2000 and is often referred to as the Nobel Prize of architecture.
Welcome to your 20 March
Welcome to your 21 MARCH
1. Nicobar megapode is the globally endangered bird unique to the Nicobars.
2. Galathea National Park is a part of the Great Nicobar Biosphere Reserve.
1. The Milan-2T is a Tandem Warhead ATGM with the range of 1,850 metres, produced by BDL under license from MBDA Missile Systems, France.
2. These missiles can be fired from ground as well as vehicle-based launchers and can be deployed in Anti-Tank Role for both offensive & defensive tasks.
1. The Labour Bureau is an attached office of the Ministry of Labour & Employment.
2. Broadcast Engineering Consultants India Limited (BECIL) is a Government of India enterprise under the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology.
1. The National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA) is a government regulatory agency that controls the prices of pharmaceutical drugs in India.
2. It was constituted in 2010 as an attached office of the Department of Pharmaceuticals (DoP), Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers.
Welcome to your 22 MARCH
1. The United Nations observes March 15 as the International Day of Forests, commemorating the green cover around the world and reiterating its importance.
2. The theme of the International Day of Forests for 2021 is “Forest restoration: a path to recovery and well-being”.
1. The scheme will fill the gap between the cities and villages in terms of having their own forest cover.
2. Under the Nagar Van Scheme, Urban forests will be developed in 200 cities in its first phase.
1. The bill seeks to establish the National Bank for Financing Infrastructure and Development.
2. Its objective is to support the development of long-term non-recourse infrastructure financing in India including development of the bonds and derivatives markets.
Welcome to your 23 march
1. While foreign trade constitutes 45% of India’s GDP, most export promotion efforts are driven by the Centre.
2. District Export Promotion Committees have been notified in the districts of all the States except West Bengal.
1. Covishield is Serum Institute of India’s version of AZD1222.
2. The AZD1222. vaccine developed by AstraZeneca in collaboration with the University of Oxford.
1. United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) entered into a partnership with the Government of Denmark to support the Union Government’s flagship programme, Jal Jeevan Mission in Uttar Pradesh.
2. UNOPS was established in 1973 as part of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
1. Ganga Quest is an international bilingual (Hindi and English) online quiz on Ganga.
2. It is being organized by NITI Aayog.
Welcome to your 24th March
1. Parosmia is a medical term used to describe a condition in which affected individuals experience “distortions of the sense of smell”.
2. Parosmia is a temporary condition and is not harmful.
1. Social Awareness and Actions to Neutralize Pneumonia Successfully (SAANS) initiative
2. Surakshit Matritva Aashwasan (SUMAN) initiative
3. School Health and Wellness Ambassadors Initiative
Welcome to your 27th March
1. It targets to achieve 20% to 30% reduction in Particulate Matter concentrations by 2024 (with 2017 as base year).
2. A National Knowledge Network comprising leading air quality specialists has also been constituted as a technical advisory group to support activities under NCAP.
1. The third phase of the Indian beamline project was initiated recently with special focus on industrial application research.
2. It is initiative under India-France Scientific and Technological Cooperation.
1. The Centre has only rejected 4.3% of all Right to Information (RTI) requests in 2019-20, the lowest ever rate, according to the Central Information Commission’s annual report.
2. The RTI Act allows public authorities to reject RTI requests only on the ground of sovereignty, security and intelligence matters.
Welcome to your 28th March
1. any profit or loss on transactions involving cryptocurrency.
2. the amount of cryptocurrency held on the reporting date.
3. any deposits or advances received from anyone for the purpose of investing in cryptocurrencies or virtual currencies.
1. India and Bangladesh recently signed 5 MoUs in the fields of Disaster Management, trade, NCC, ICT and setting up of sports facilities.
2. A direct passenger train named ‘Mitali Express’ will run between Dhaka and New Jalpaiguri.
Welcome to your 30th March
1. A polling agent is a person appointed as a representative of a political party as it is not possible for a candidate to be physically present at every polling booth on the day of the elections.
2. As per the Election Commission’s rules, a polling agent should be familiar with the rules and procedures to conduct elections using EVMs and VVPATs, and with the working of these machines.
Welcome to your 31st March
1. Culex mosquitoes are known carriers of Japanese encephalitis
2. They can fly up to a distance of 1-1.5 km.
1. Delhi witnesses long-range transport of dust nearly every year from Rajasthan, and even from Afghanistan, during summer months.
2. Dust storms are among the best natural sources of micro-nutrients for several tropical ecosystems
Welcome to your 1st February
With reference to the Red Fort, consider the following statements:
With reference to the UK Special Visa scheme for Hong Kong residents, consider the following statements:
Matua community, often mentioned in news, is mainly located in which of the following state of India?
With reference to the National e-Vidhan project, consider the following statements:
Welcome to your 2nd Feb
1. The Finance Minister proposed an outlay of Rs 50,000 crore, spread over five years, for National Research Foundation.
2. A new initiative called National Language Translation Mission (NTLM) has been proposed that will digitise the wealth of governance-and-policy related knowledge on the Internet and be made available in major Indian languages.
1. It is proposed to extend SWAMITVA Scheme to all States/UTs.
2. The Finance Minister also announced the enhancement of the allocation to the Rural Infrastructure Development Fund from Rs 30,000 crore to Rs 90,000 crore.
1. Ujjwala Scheme, which has already benefitted 8 crore households, will be extended to cover 1 crore more beneficiaries.
2. An Independent Gas Transport System Operator will be set up for facilitation and coordination of booking of common carrier capacity in all-natural gas pipelines on a non-discriminatory open access basis.
1. Atomic energy, Space and Defence
2. Transport and Telecommunications
3. Power, Petroleum, Coal and other minerals
4. Banking, Insurance and financial services
Welcome to your 3rd FEB
1.With reference to the ‘Chauri Chaura’ incident, consider the following statements:
1. The Chauri Chaura incident took place on 4 February 1922.
2. Chauri Chaura is located in Bihar.
2.With reference to KRITAGYA, consider the following statements:
1. It aims to promote innovation in agriculture and allied sectors in the country.
2. It is an initiative of NITI Aayog.
3.With reference to the Budget 2021-22, consider the following statements:
1. The Scheme will provide assistance to DISCOMS for infrastructure creation, including pre-paid smart metering and feeder separation.
2. Budget proposed to launch a comprehensive National Hydrogen Energy Mission in 2021-22.
4.With reference to the Budget 2021-22, consider the following statements:
1. An enhanced outlay of 1,18,101 crore has been provided for Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, of which 1,08,230 crore is for capital, the highest ever.
2. Advanced Traffic management system with speed radars, variable message signboards, GPS enabled recovery vans will be installed in all new four and six lane highways.
5.With reference to the Union Budget 2021-22, consider the following statements:
1. 100% electrification of Broad-Gauge routes will be completed by December, 2023.
2. Government plans to deploy two new technologies i.e. ‘MetroLite’ and ‘MetroNeo’ to provide metro rail systems at much lesser cost with same experience, convenience and safety in Tier-2 cities and peripheral areas of Tier-1 cities.
Welcome to your 4TH FEB
2. It is listed as endangered on IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.
2. Which of the following port(s) is/are located in Indian Ocean?
1. Port of Colombo
2. Port of Mtwara
3. Port of Antwerp
3. With reference to Covid-19, consider the following statements:
1. The WHO has identified three new variants of coronavirus originating in the UK, Brazil and recently in South Africa.
2. The South African variant carries a mutation called N501Y that appears to make it more contagious or easy to spread.
4. With reference to the New START (Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty), consider the following statements:
1. United States has extended the New START (Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty) nuclear arms control treaty with Russia for five years.
2. The treaty, which first went into effect in 2011, limits the United States and Russia to deploying no more than 1,550 strategic nuclear warheads each and imposes restrictions on the land- and submarine-based missiles and bombers to deliver them.
5. Consider the following statements:1.MetroNeo, recently seen in news, is to be adopted for the first time in the country in Nashik.2.National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) recently appointed Bhavya Lal as its acting chief of staff.
1. It is a central sector scheme.
2. It is a component of ‘Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchayee Yojana (PMKSY-PDMC)’.
1. SAGAR - Security and Growth for All in the Region is the theme of Indian Ocean Policy as outlined by Prime Minister of India in 2015.
2. India is having a coast line of 15500 Kms.
1. creating awareness regarding Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) in Higher Education Institutions(HEIs)
2. enabling of IP protection of inventions originating from faculty and students of HEIs
3. development of Credit Course on IPR
1. It is a non-profit, self-financing apex body at the national level in India.
2. It is an autonomous body, which was set up by the Government of India, Ministry of Labour and Employment in 1965.
Welcome to your 6th Feb