UPSC Current Affairs: Jagran For all committed students and readers preparing for various competitive exams, Josh offers Daily Current Affairs Quiz. Get information on the essential subjects covered in Q&A formats today, such as the Asian Champions Trophy for hockey, etc.
1. Where is the 7th Asian Champions Trophy for Men’s Hockey being held?
2. How many drone training organizations have received DGCA approval as remote pilot training businesses?
3. Which union ministry has established the “Naya Savera Yojana”?
(a) Ministry of Minority Affairs
(b) Ministry of Home Affairs
(c) Ministry of Education
(d) Ministry of Rural Development
4. Who constructed the first Akash Missile “Radio Frequency Seeker”?
(a) Bharat Dynamics Limited
(b) Hindustan Aeronautics Limited
(c) Bharat Electronics Limited
(d) Indian Ordnance Factory
5. Who is the Indian-American in charge of the FBI branch in Salt Lake City?
(a) Shohini Sinha
(b) Preeti Kapoor
(c) Aanchal Ranjan
(d) Varsha Gopinathan
6. Who has TRAI partnered with to establish cooperation in the telecommunications industry?
7. Who has been chosen as the Indian T20 team’s captain for the upcoming visit of Ireland?
(a) Hardik Pandya
(b) Jasprit Bumrah
(c) Rituraj Gaikwad
(d) Suryakumar Yadav
1. Chennai, (A)
In Chennai, the 7th Asian Men’s Champions Hockey Tournament got underway. This competition features six teams in total, including India, Pakistan, South Korea, Japan, China, and Malaysia. This competition will continue for ten threes. Since 2011, the Asian Hockey Federation has annually hosted the Men’s Asian Champions Trophy.
2. 63 (b)
63 Remote Pilot Training Organizations have received approval from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) to provide drone training and skill development. More than 5,000 500 remote pilot licenses have been certified by these training institutions thus far. India’s government has established the Directorate General of Civil Aviation as a statutory agency to oversee civil aviation there.
3. The Ministry for Minority Affairs (a)
The Naya Savera Scheme has benefited about 1 lakh 20,000 minority students, Minority Affairs Minister Smriti Irani stated in the Lok Sabha. The Ministry of Minority Affairs introduced the “Naya Savera Yojana” program. The program offers specialized coaching services for admission to a variety of courses. This program has been made available to students who identify as Sikh, Jain, Muslim, Christian, Buddhist, or Parsi.
4. Bharat Dynamics Limited, (a)
The first Radio Frequency (RF) Seeker of Akash, constructed at Bharat Dynamics Limited’s cutting-edge Seeker Facility, has been delivered to the DRDO. The seeker is a crucial component used in surface-to-air and air-to-air missiles for the final phase of target tracking. In 1970, Bharat Dynamics Limited was founded in Hyderabad.
5. Shohini Sinha (a)
Indian-American The FBI’s Salt Lake City field office now reports to Shohini Sinha. At FBI headquarters in Washington, DC, Sinha most recently worked as Executive Special Assistant to the Director. In 2001, she became a special agent with the FBI.
6. C-DOT (d)
The Center for Development of Telematics (C-DOT) and the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to create a technical and institutional collaboration framework in the telecom sector. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India Act, 1997 created the regulatory organization known as TRAI. Its corporate headquarters are in New Delhi.
7. Jasprit Bumrah (b)
For the three-match T20I series that will take place in Ireland in the middle of August, Jasprit Bumrah has been named the Indian team’s captain. The 16-person squad was been revealed by BCCI. The team also includes Rinku Singh, a fantastic IPL performer, and Krishna, a well-known fast bowler from Karnataka. Rituraj Gaikwad has been appointed the team’s vice-captain at the same time.