Current Affairs Quiz – December 24 2020

Current Affairs Quiz – December 24 2020

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1. “FRUITS” portal for farmers – launched by_________.
a) Kerala
b) Karnataka
c) Tamil Nadu
d) Arunachal Pradesh

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Answer b) Karnataka. Karnataka government has unveiled the Farmer Registration and Unified beneficiary Information System (FRUITS), an e-governance portal, to create a repository of farmland information and farm loan details on a single platform.

2. Who won the prestigious CII-ITC Sustainability Awards 2020?
a) NTPC
b) NLC
c) BABA
d) ISRO

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Answer a) NTPC. Country’s largest power producer, National Thermal Power Corporation Limited (NTPC) has been conferred “Excellence” in the prestigious CII-ITC Sustainability Awards 2020 in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Domain.

3. Sugathakumari who passed away, is associated with_____________.
a) Renowned poet
b) Activist
c) Journalist
d) Both a and b

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Answer d) Both a and b. She was one of the most active campaigners of the Save Silent Valley Movement when it took shape in the 1970s.

4. National Consumer Rights Day is observed on___________.
a) December 04
b) December 13
c) December 19
d) December 24

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Answer d) December 24.

5. What is the theme for National Consumer Rights Day 2020?
a) Concentrate on Consumers
b) To protect the interests of the consumers
c) The Sustainable Consumer
d) None of these

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Answer c) The sustainable consumer.

6. Bodo Peace Accord signed between the Government of India and _____________ Government.
a) Himachal Pradesh
b) Odisha
c) Assam
d) Uttar Pradesh

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Answer c) Assam. The bill has been framed in accordance to the Bodo Peace Accord signed between the Government of India, Assam Government, four Bodo rebel groups and two Bodo organizations.

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