Current Affairs 29th April-20

Welcome to your Sarat Chandra Banking & SSC 7th April Daily Quiz

Q1) When the Moon completely covers the Sun, it is known as
Q2) Which country’s women cricket team, created history as they broke the all-time record for the most consecutive wins in any format?
Q3) Which Board’s Executive Director has approved a USD 32 million projects to improve management capacity and quality of health services in Mizoram?
Q4) In an examination P scored 25 marks less than Q. Q scored 45 more marks than R. T scored 75 marks which is 10 more than R. U's score is 80 less than maximum marks of the test. What approximate percentage of marks did U score in the examination if he gets 10 marks more than R?
Q5) Which of the following words should replace each other to form a meaningful and grammatically correct sentence.

The government has (A) tampered with institutions by appointing its own people to positions of (B)authority, and by using the (C) Enforcement Directorate, Income Tax authorities, the Central Bureau of Investigation and the (D)police as bulldozers to flatten out any site of opposition.

Q6) There are six persons of different weights. Three persons are heavier than Rohan. Two person’s weight is in between Sohan and Geeta. Rajesh is heavier than Rakesh but lighter than Ram. Neither Rakesh nor Geeta is lightest person. Weight of 2nd heaviest person is 66kg. Weight of all persons are in whole numbers.

What is the weight of Sohan?

Q7) Multi user systems provided cost savings for small business because they use a Single Processing Unit to link several
Q8) Which of the following is the MOST OPPOSITE to the word given in bold in the passage?
Q9) The dockyard at Lothal was well connected with which river?
Q10) 13 kg of first quality sugar costing Rs.12/kg is mixed with 20 kg of second quality sugar and a certain quantity of superior quality sugar. How many kg of superior quality sugar is used if the cost of second and the superior qualities are Rs.6 and Rs.22 per kg and the mixture is sold at Rs.15.60 per kg at 20% profit?

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