Weekly Current Affairs Quiz – 21 to 27 December 2020

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Weekly Current Affairs Quiz

Current affairs is an important part of any competitive exam and to score well in them you need to stay updated on the latest happenings around the world. Here is a small general knowledge quiz to help you test your general knowledge.

Also, Read: Weekly Current Affairs Quiz – 14 to 20 December 2020

Let’s get started with the quiz:

Current Affairs Quiz – Questions

Question 1: Which National Day is celebrated on December 23?

Question 2: Revised guidelines approved by the Union Cabinet for _________ broadcasting services

Question 3: Jal Shakti Abhiyan II: Catch the Rain Awareness Generation Campaign has been recently launched in which Indian state?

Question 4: Cabinet of which state has recently approved the bill in order to make Bodo an official language of the state?

Question 5: What is DigiBoxx?

Question 6: National Consumer Rights Day is celebrated on which day in December?

Question 7: Who has developed the first Indian vaccine against Pneumonia?

Current Affairs Quiz – Answers

Answer 1: The National Farmers Day is celebrated every year on December 23 in India. The day is celebrated to mark the birth anniversary of India’s fifth Prime Minister Choudhary Charan Singh.

Answer 2: Revised guidelines for Direct to Home (DTH) broadcasting services have been recently approved by the Union Cabinet. Under the guidelines 100% Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is approved in DTH.

Answer 3: The Jal Shakti Abhiyan II: Catch the Rain Awareness Generation Campaign has been recently launched in New Delhi by National Water Mission.

Answer 4: The bill to make Bodo an official language of the state has been approved by the Assam Cabinet.

Answer 5: DigiBoxx is a file sharing and cloud storage platform announced by the NITI Aayog CEO Aitabh Kant. 

Answer 6: The National Consumer Rights Day is celebrated every year on December 24 in India. The World Consumer Rights Day is observed on March 15. 

Answer 7: The Serum Institute of India has developed the first Indian vaccine against Pneumonia.

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