Current Affairs Questions 30 November 2020

Current Affairs Questions – 30 November 2020 provided to you by MockBank have all the relevant questions for the Current Awareness or General Knowledge section of IBPS Bank PO, IBPS Clerical, IAS, UPSC, CDS, Railways, NDA, State PCS, MBA, CLAT, and all other similar competitive examinations.

Daily Current Affairs Questions 30 November 2020

Q.1. The Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope observatory has been provided with the prestigious IEEE milestone status. It is located in which city?
Ans. Pune

Q.2. Which state government signed a Letter of Understanding with the United Nation’s World Food Programme for proposed participation to achieve food and nutritional security goals?
Ans. Rajasthan

Q.3. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has chaired the 33 rd PRAGATI meeting to review multiple projects, grievances, and programmes. What does PRAGATI stand for?
Ans. Pro-Active Governance and Timely Implementation

Q.4. The UBS has projected India’s real GDP to contract how much percent in FY21 in its Global Economics & Markets Outlook 2021-2022 report?
Ans. 10.5%

Q.5. Which bank has launched an ‘SMS Pay’ functionality on POS terminals which would allow merchants to accept contactless and remote payments from their customers?
Ans. YES Bank

Q.6. Day of Remembrance for all Victims of Chemical Warfare has been recognised by the United Nation on which day every year since 2005?
Ans. 30th November

Q.7. Former president of the World Bank, James Wolfensohn passed away recently. He was from which country?
Ans. Australia

Q.8. Which country has successfully test-fired a Tsirkon hypersonic cruise missile in the Arctic?
Ans. Russia

Q.9. Who is the author of the book titled “The Battle of Belonging”?
Ans. Shashi Tharoor

Q.10. Which ministry launched the Sahakar Pragya programme to impart training in the country to the related societies?
Ans. Ministry of Agriculture

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