1 October 2018 | Prelims Daily with Previous Year Questions

Q.1) With reference to the Model Code of Conduct during elections, consider the following statements:

  1. MCC is a set of guidelines issued by the Election Commission of India for conduct of political parties and candidates during elections.
  2. It is mainly regulated with respect to speeches, polling day, polling booths, election manifestos, processions and general conduct.

Which of the given statements is/are correct?

a) All of the above

b) Only 1

c) Only 2

d) None of the above

Inspired by: MCC to kick in right after premature dissolution of Assembly: EC


Q.2) Gandhi Trail was recently in news is a –

a) Circuit of Places associated with M. Gandhi’s Satyagraha

b) Villages in transit of Dandi March

c) Gandhi’s ashram in Transvaal

d) Ashrams associated Swachh Bharat in Gujarat

Inspired by: [pib] Mahatma Gandhi International Sanitation Convention


Q.3) With reference to the Corporate Social Responsibility Framework of India, consider the following statements:

  1. It is applicable to all Indian and foreign companies registered in India only.
  2. All the CSR activities are not necessarily to be carried out in India.

Which of the given statements is/are correct?

a) 1 only

b) 2 only

c) Both 1 and 2

d) All are incorrect.

Inspired by: Govt forms committee on Corporate Social Responsibility


Q.4) Recently the United States and Morocco launched the Global Counter-Terrorism Forum’s (GCTF) Terrorist Travel Initiative. Which of the following statements about GCTF is/are correct?

  1. The Global Counter-terrorism Forum is a body under the United Nations Security Council.
  2. Both India and Pakistan are founding members of this forum.

Select the correct code:

a) Both 1 and 2

b) Only 1

c) Only 2

d) All are incorrect.

Inspired by: Initiative to stop terrorist travel launched on UNGA sidelines


Q.5) The report “Reinvigorating Trade and Inclusive Growth” is released by-

a) IMF

b) WTO

c) World Bank

d) All of these.

Inspired by: WTO, IMF, World Bank seek ‘urgent’ international trade reforms


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