Daily Quiz | 3 April 2024


Daily Quiz - 3 April

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1. With reference to the Great Indian Bustard (GIB), consider the following statements:

1) It is listed as Critically Endangered.

2) These are mainly found in Desert National Park and Kutch region.

3) They are facing imminent extinction due to high-tension networks of solar and wind energy.

How many of the statements given above are correct?

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2. The Government of India has signed the Memorandum of Understanding for financing arrangements for the GyalSung Infrastructure Project. The project is located in:

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3. Consider the following:

1) Cost and time efficiency

2) Strengthen risk management

3) Settlement in 48 hours

4) Transparency in charges

How many of the above are the benefits of T+0 trading settlement cycle?

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4. With reference to the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), consider the following statements:

1) It is the statutory pollution control body under the Union Environment Ministry.

2) It advises the Central Government on any matter concerning prevention and control of water and air pollution.

3) It provides technical assistance and guidance to the State Boards.

How many of the statements given above are correct?

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5. With reference to Total Fertility Rate (TFR), consider the following statements:

1) According to a Lancet report India’s TFR — will fall to 1.29 in 2050.

2) At 1.9, India’s TFR is currently just slightly above the replacement rate.

Which of the above statement(s) is/are correct?

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