Candidates who are appearing for any type of competitive exam would swear by the importance of studying the current affairs notes . In a lot of exams, including UPSC, IBPS, SBI , INSURANCE, Current Affairs is one of the most important pillars. A lot of questions are directly asked from current events and happenings having political, economic and social ramifications on the country.If such is the case you absolutely cannot compromise on the Notes you refer to brush up your knowledge on General Knowledge.One should have complete knowledge about the banking terms, current affairs news, etc. So, here is the GK Quiz of 3rd May 2020 to help you prepare the Current affairs part. After reading this section, you can successfully attempt Current Affairs Quiz.
Daily Current Affairs Quiz : 3rd May 2020
Q1. Who is appointed as the Chief Risk Officer (CRO) of Yes Bank?
A. Ashish Agarwal
B. Neeraj Dhawan
C. Tony Thomas
D. Anto Arulraj
Q2. How much did the Government of India release as the second installment under Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojna (PMJDY)?
Q3. When was Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana launched?
Q4. What is the estimated cost of the new Parliament building that is to be constructed?
A. Rs.538 crore
B. Rs.645 crore
C. Rs.796 crore
D. Rs.922 crore
Q5. Who is to launch ‘Bharatmarket’, a national e-commerce marketplace?
C. Ministry of Commerce
Q6. Neeraj Dhawan was appointed as Chief Risk Officer (CRO) of Yes Bank for a period of ________ years.
Q7. When is World Press Freedom Day celebrated?
A. 1 May
B. 2 May
C. 3 May
D. 4 May
Q8. What is the theme of the 2020 World Press Freedom Day?
A. Media for Democracy
B. Keeping Power in Check
C. Access to Information
D. Journalism Without Fear or Favour
Q9. _________ approved the construction of the new Parliament building.
A. Ministry of Home Affair
B. Ministry of Road Transport
C. Ministry of Earth Science
D. Ministry of Environment
Q10. When was the World Press Freedom Day started by the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA)?
|1) B. Neeraj Dhawan||6) D. 3|
|2) A. Rs.500||7) C. 3 May|
|3) A. 2014||8) D. Journalism Without Fear or Favour|
|4) D. Rs.922 crore||9) D. Ministry of Environment|
|5) B. CAIT||10) C. 1993|