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Current Affairs MCQs of 9th June 2021
- June 11, 2021
- Posted by: Maya
- Category: Current Affairs Daily Current Affairs
Q.1 Which state has launched the Jahan Vote, Wahan Vaccination campaign?
a. Madhya Pradesh
c. Uttar Pradesh
Q.2 Which film has won the ‘Best Film’ award on environmental conservation at the 67th National Films Awards 2021?
a. Land Burial Bags
b. Water Burial Bags
c. Paper Burial Bags
d. Plastic Burial Bags
Q.3 Which university has topped in ‘THE Asia University Ranking 2021’?
a. Shanghai University
b. Tsinghua University
c. Delhi University
d. Colombo University
Q.4 Database named “I-Familia” has been launched by which organization?
b. World Bank
Q.5 Which country will host the FIH Hockey Five World Cup (Men’s and Women’s) in 2024?
Q.6 Which state topped the performance grading index in continuing school education?
a. Himachal Pradesh
Q.7 Which micro-animal came back to life after being frozen for 24,000 years in Siberian permafrost?
Q.8 Which among the following nations plans to build an artificial island in its capital city?
Q.9 When is World Food Safety Day celebrated?
a. 6 June
b. 7 June
c. 8 June
d. 9 June
Q.10 Which country is associated with ‘Red Tourism’ recently seen in the news?
Q.1 b) Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on June 7, 2021, launched the ‘Jahan Vote, Wahan Vaccination’ campaign in a bid to get all citizens above 45 years vaccinated against COVID-19 within this month.
Q.3 b) Tsinghua University of China has topped in ‘THE Asia University Ranking 2021’ followed by Peking University (China) and National University of Singapore. A total of 18 Indian universities have managed to find a place in the top 200 universities.
Q.4 c) Recently, the Interpol has launched a new global database named “I-Familia” to identify missing persons through family DNA and help the police solve cold cases in member countries.
Q.6 b) Punjab has been ranked as top performer among all States and UTs in school education in the Performance Grading Index 2019-20.
Q.7 b) A microscopic animal called Rotifer came back to life after being frozen for 24,000 years in Siberia, informed Russian scientists on June 7, 2021. The micro-animal also successfully made clones of itself, as per the scientists.
Q.10 a) As the Chinese Communist Party marks its 100th anniversary, China is witnessing an unprecedented increase in red tourism, in which all places of historical and cultural significance to the party are visited.