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Current Affairs Quiz , 18 Nov 2020
- November 20, 2020
- Posted by: DOTS ACADEMY
- Category: Quizes
1) The Brus, also referred to as the Reangs, are recognised as a Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Group in the state of
d) Arunachal Pradesh
• Leaders of the Mizoram Bru refugees have demanded commencement of their permanent rehabilitation in Tripura in the light of the quadripartite agreement signed in New Delhi in January.
2) KV Kamath committee, recently seen in news, is associated with
a) Loan restructuring
b) Corporate governance
c) Artificial intelligence
d) None of the above
• In August this year, RBI set up a committee headed by K.V. Kamath on restructuring of loans impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.Rating agency Crisil has said that as many as 99% of companies rated by it were unlikely to opt for the one-time debt restructuring scheme.
3) The Lilavati Award is an initiative of
d) Indian Statistical Institute
• The Lilavati Award is an initiative of the technical education regulator, All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), and it aims to recognise efforts by AICTE-approved institutions to treat women with ‘equality and fairness’.
4) National Population Register (NPR) is a Register of ____________of the country.
d) None of the above
• It is a Register of usual residents of the country.It is being prepared at the local (Village/sub-Town), sub-District, District, State and National level under provisions of the Citizenship Act 1955 and the Citizenship (Registration of Citizens and issue of National Identity Cards) Rules, 2003.It is mandatory for every usual resident of India to register in the NPR.
5) Mahajan Commission report deals with the border dispute between
a) Maharashtra and Karnataka
b) Karnataka and Goa
c) Gujarat and Maharashtra
d) Gujarat and Rajasthan
• While demarcating borders, the Reorganisation of States Commission sought to include talukas with a Kannada-speaking population of more than 50 per cent in Mysore. Opponents of the region’s inclusion in Mysore argued, and continue to argue, that Marathi-speakers outnumbered Kannadigas who lived there in 1956.