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UPSC परीक्षा ​: समसमायिकी वस्तुनिष्ठ प्रश्न, Hindi Current Affairs MCQ - 12 December 2018

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UPSC परीक्षा ​: समसमायिकी वस्तुनिष्ठ प्रश्न, Hindi Current Affairs MCQ - 12 December 2018


Q1. निम्नलिखित में से कौन सा कथन सही है ?

(a) वित्तीय सचिव और वित्तीय आयोग के मौजूदा सदस्य शक्तिकांत दास को सरकार ने भारतीय रिजर्व बैंक का नया गवर्नर नियुक्त किया है
(b) उर्जित पटेल सितंबर 2016 में आरबीआई के 25 वें गवर्नर नियुक्त किए गए थे।
(c) शक्तिकांत दास 15 वे वित्तीय आयोग के सदस्य हैं
(d) शक्तिकांत दास का जन्म 21 फरवरी 1957 को हुआ था

(a) केवल 1
(b) केवल 2 एवं 3
(c) केवल 1 एवं 3
(d) केवल 1,3 एवं 4

Q2. निम्नलिखित में से कौन सा विकल्प सही है ?

(a) नॉर्थ ईस्ट फ्रंटियर रेलवे (NFR) द्वारा जारी की गई घोषणा के अनुसार मणिपुर में विश्व का सबसे ऊँचा पुल (145 मी) बनाया जा रहा है
(b) यह पुल यूरोप के मोंटेनेग्रो में बने 139 मीटर ऊंचे पुल से भी ऊँचा होगा
(c) मंत्रालय ने 62 हजार करोड़ की लागत से रेल परियोजना का कार्य मणिपुर के जीरीबाम में शुरू कर दिया है
(d) पुल में कुल 45 सुरंग होंगी.

(a) केवल 1 एवं 2
(b) केवल 3
(c)  केवल 1 एवं 4
(d) केवल 2 एवं 4

3. निम्नलिखित में से कौन सा सही है ?

(a) केद्र सरकार द्वारा ज्वार का न्यूनतम समर्थन मूल्य में वृद्धि भी की गई है
(b) ज्वार फसल में बाजरा, रागी, गन्ना आदि फसलें आती है
(c) बाजरे का न्यूनतम समर्थन मूल्य 1425 रुपये प्रति क्विंटल से 1955 रुपये प्रति क्विंटल किया गया है

(a) केवल 1 एवं 3
(b) केवल 2
(c) केवल 2 एवं 3
(d) केवल 1
 

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(c) “Identity politics has trumped development politics in India.” Comment. 15 marks

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(b) Identify the contested areas in Centre-State relations in India. 15 marks
(c) Discuss the ‘Right to Education* and the concerns raised by it. 15 marks

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(c) Account for the rise of regional political parties and assess their role in contemporary India. 15 marks

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(b) ‘Non-alignment’ has been the basic principle of India’s foreign policy since independence. Discuss its relevance in the contemporary context. 10 marks
(c) Identify the constraints challenges to the regional cooperation in . South Asia. 10 marks
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(b) Discuss the realistic foreign policy initiatives taken by India to balance its relations between Israel and the Arab world. 15 marks
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