Current Affair 27 December 2021 Daily Quiz

Current Affair 27 December 2021: Here is the short information about today’s current affair. Today’s date is 27 December 2021 and the current affairs are given below.

27 December 2021 Current Affairs Quiz

1. In India, Good Governance Day (Sushasan Divas) is observed annually on which day of December?

(A) 21st December (B) 27th December (C) 25th December (D) 28th December (E) 26th December

2. Which state government has launched the Chalo mobile application (app) and Chalo smart cards to facilitate Transportation in the state?

(A) Maharashtra (B) Karnataka (C) Gujarat
(D) Kerala (E) Andhra Pradesh

3. James Webb Space Telescope has been launched by NASA on which rocket?

(A) Ariane 6
(B) Ariane 5 (C) Falcon 9
(D) Soyuz (E) Proton-M

4. Under DAY-NRLM Scheme PM Narendra Modi recently transferred Rs 1000 crore into the bank accounts of which group in Uttar Pradesh?

(A) Women Self Help Groups (B) Tribal Groups (C) Farmer Producer Organizations (D) Non-Governmental Organisations (E) Both (B) and (C)

5. As per the “2019 Anti-Doping Rule Violations (ADRVs)” Report which country has topped the list?

(A) Italy
(B) Brazil (C) China
(D) Russia (E) India

6. Recently, India has signed an agreement with KIW Development bank for a 140 million Euro loan & a 2 million Euro grant for an energy reform program in which state?

(A) Maharashtra (B) Andhra Pradesh (C) West Bengal (D) Uttar Pradesh (E) Madhya Pradesh

7. Which Company launched co-branded credit cards for navy personnel along with the Indian Navy?

(A) Fedbank Financial Services (B) BOB Financial Solutions (C) HDFC Financial Services (D) Geojit Financial Services (E) AS Finance Solutions

8. Which Indian Navy Ship has decommissioned after 32 years of service at Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh recently?

(A) INS Vijaydurg (B) INS Viraat (C) INS Khukri (D) INS Surat (E) INS Vikrant

9. Which State government launched the “CM Dashboard 360” a monitoring system to track all welfare schemes?

(A) West Bengal (B) Kerala (C) Karnataka
(D) Tamil Nadu (E) Andhra Pradesh

10. Minister of Defence, Rajnath Singh has launched an indigenous Multi-Terrain Artillery Gun that was developed by which company?

(A) Larsen & Toubro (B) Indian Ordnance Factories (C) TATA Advanced Systems Ltd (D) Bharat Electronics Ltd (E) Bharat Forge Ltd


1-C, 2-A, 3-B, 4-A, 5-D, 6-E, 7-B, 8-C, 9-D, 10-E

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