Current affairs quiz 2021

Current affairs quiz 2021

Current affairs quiz 2021 questions and answers of 06 May by experts to increase general awareness section for all competitive exams especially UPSE, State PCS, CDS, SSC, Banking exams, RRB, NTPC etc!

Current affairs quiz 2021
Current affairs quiz 2021
Current affairs quiz 2021 are here :

1) CSIR – Centre for cellular and Molecular Biology located in which city, has developed the first specific drug for COVID-19 treatment ?

  • A) Hyderabad
  • B) Chennai
  • C) Pune
  • D) Indore

A. Hyderabad

2) Cellular Operators Association of India ( COAL ), which is in news is headquartered in which state/UT?

  • A) Jammu and Kashmir
  • B) New Delhi
  • C) Maharashtra
  • D) Karnataka

A. Jammu and Kashmir

3) Who flagged off the first supply of used Cooking Oil ( UCO ) based Biodiesel blended Diesel?

  • A) Rajnath Singh
  • B) Nitin Gadkari
  • C) Dharmendra Pradhan
  • D) Arjun Munda

C. Dharmendra Pradhan

4) BCCI has granted ” No Objection Certificates ” to how many Indian women cricketers to play in the inaugural Hundred tournament in the United Kingdom?

  • A) Four
  • B) Ten
  • C) Seven
  • D) Three

A. Four

Current affairs quiz 2021

5) Mamta Banerjee took oath as the Chief Minister of West Bengal for ________ consecutive terms.

  • A) Fourth
  • B) Second
  • C) Three
  • D) Fifth

C. Three

6) India and which country has adopted Roadmap 2030 to elevate bilateral ties to comprehensive strategic partnership?

  • A) Hungry
  • B) Germany
  • C) United Kingdom
  • D) Indonesia

C) United Kingdom

7) World Asthma Day is observed every year on the first ___________ of May.

  • A) Friday
  • B) Tuesday
  • C) Sunday
  • D) Thursday

B. Tuesday

8) RBI has proposed term liquidity facility of how much amount to ease access to emergency health services ?

  • A) 50,000 Crore
  • B) 20,000 Crore
  • C) 10,000 Crore
  • D) 70,000 Crore

A. 50,000 Crore

Current affairs quiz 2021
Current affairs quiz 2021
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