2 June 2024 : Daily Current Affairs Practice Quiz

1. Majuli, Mandhata, Bhavani, Sandeshkhali, Munroe are some of the examples of
a) Riverine Islands
b) UNESCO World Heritage Cities
c) Cities with the highest GI tags
d) Highest Rainfall area

2. Consider the following statements regarding World Tobacco Day:
1. World Tobacco Day is observed annually on May 31 to raise awareness about the harmful effects of tobacco consumption and advocate for effective policies to reduce tobacco use.
2. The World Health Organization (WHO) is responsible for organizing World Tobacco Day and sets the annual theme to focus on different aspects of tobacco control.
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?
A. 1 only
B. 2 only
C. Both 1 and 2
D. Neither 1 nor 2

3.Which of the following criteria are used to declare a heat wave?
1.A heat wave is declared if the maximum temperature in the plains reaches at least 40°C or more.
2.A severe heat wave is declared when the departure from normal temperature is greater than 6.4°C.
3.A heat wave is declared when the actual maximum temperature is 45°C or higher.
Choose the correct option:
a)1 only
b)1 & 2 only
c)1, 2 and 3
d)None of the above

4.Consider the following statements regarding the Model Code of Conduct (MCC):
1.The MCC has statutory backing and legal enforcement mechanisms.
2.The Election Commission of India (ECI) uses moral sanction or censure for the enforcement of the MCC.
3.A breach of the MCC can result in a written censure from the ECI, and violators can be barred from contesting elections.
How many of the above-given statements are correct?
a)One only
b)Two only
c)All of the above
d)None of the above

5. Agnibaan, recently seen in the news, is associated with which of the following?
a)A new satellite communication system
b)A new Agni missile
c)A suborbital rocket launched by Agnikul Cosmos
d)An advanced weather monitoring system

For comprehensive answers and detailed explanations to these questions, please watch the video below: