Table of Content

Start PIB Quiz of 29th – 30th July 2021

Q.1) The report - ‘Renewables Integration in India 2021’ based on the outcome of workshops held in three states, launched by the NITI Aayog and International Energy Agency. The three states are: (1) Karnataka (2) Maharashtra (3) Gujarat (4) Madhya Pradesh (5) Uttar Pradesh
Q.2) Which state has secured first four positions in 9th Integrated Ratings of State Power Distribution utilities and Rankings for FY 2019-20?
Q.3) Consider the following statements: (1) I-STEM project has been extended for five years, until 2026. (2) It is an initiative of Office of the Principal Scientific Adviser. (3) It is a National Web portal for sharing R&D (Research and Development) facilities. (4) It is an initiative of Ministry of Science & Technology. (5) It is a web portal for sharing agricultural production and sales information. Which statements are correct with respect to I-STEM project?
Q.4) Under National Vector Borne Diseases Control Programme (NVBDCP), 3 diseases are under elimination programme. Which are those diseases? (1) Malaria (2) Filaria (3) Kala-Azar (4) Leprosy (5) Tuberculosis Options:
Q.5) Select the scheme having the following features: (1) It was launched in 2017. (2) Maulana Azad Education Foundation implements this scheme. (3) It aims at providing short term job- oriented skill development courses to minorities’ youth. (4) Ministry of Minority Affairs launched this scheme. Options:

Start RBI Quiz of 29th – 30th July 2021

Q.1) What does ‘it’ refer to? 1.It is a business where an entity acquires receivables of another entity at a discount and realize it from entities that owe the money. 2.It helps the company to monetize its receivables quickly and tackle cash-flow problems.
Q.2) Factoring Regulation (Amendment) Bill seeks to liberalize the participation of non-banking financial companies (NBFCs) in the factoring business. Which of the following benefit/s is this bill going to offer?
Q.3) IBC Amendment bill 2021 offers a simplified version of IBC that saves time and cost of bankruptcy proceedings for small businesses in distress through a resolution scheme. Unlike the earlier Resolution Process, debtors remain in control of their distressed firm during this very scheme. Identify the scheme.
Q.4) Which of the following are correctly related to Pre pack insolvency resolution plan (PIRP) introduced in the IBC Amendment Bill 2021. 1.A pre-pack is the resolution of the debt of a distressed company through an agreement between secured creditors and investors instead of a public bidding process. 2.It would take more time for resolution of ongoing insolvency resolution proceedings vis a vis the CIRP. 3.Proprietors and major shareholders of a small business lose operational control of the enterprise to insolvency professionals once a pre-pack insolvency scheme commences.
CEO of Anujjindal.in

About Anuj Jindal


Anuj Jindal, the founder, is an ex-manager from SBI, with an M.Com from Delhi School of Economics. He also has a JRF in Commerce & Management and NET in HRM, along with more than 4 years of experience in the field of Education.

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *