BPSC Admit Card (65th CCE) 2019 releases soon @bpsc.bih.nic.in: Practice Important Questions here
BPSC Admit Card 2019: 65th BPSC CCE Prelims 2019 Admit Card releases anytime on the official website bpsc.bih.nic.in. Download link of 65th BPSC Admit Card 2019 window will be active till 13th October 2019. Here we have provided the BPSC Admit Card 2019 download link below. Candidates can download the BPSC admit card from the official websites - bpsc.bih.nic.in OR onlinebpsc.bihar.gov.in OR from the link provided below. Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) will be conducting the 65th Bihar Civil Services Prelims exam on 15th October 2019. Here we have provided the most important Current Affairs questions that are highly expected to be asked in the 65th BPSC Prelims 2019. Practice the following questions and get yourself updated with the type of questions that can be asked on 15th October.
In the BPSC Civil Services Prelims exam, a total of 150 multiple choice questions are asked. The questions are asked from only one paper- General Studies. Each question is of 1 mark. However, there is no negative marking. Over four lakh candidates are expected to appear for the BPSC Civil Services 2019 recruitment exam that aims to fill 434 vacancies in various departments of the Bihar Government. Before jumping over to the important questions from current affairs, have a look at the exam pattern of the 65th BPSC Prelims 2019 Exam.
BPSC Prelims Exam Pattern 2019
No. of MCQs
Current Affairs -National & International
History of Bihar
Changes in Bihar economy post-independence
Role of Bihar in
Indian National Movement
General Mental Ability
Important Current Affairs Questions
1. The Bihar Government recently banned employees of which institution from wearing T-shirts and jeans?
a. Bihar Secretariat
b. Bihar Police
c. Bihar Schools
d. Bihar Colleges
1. (a) Bihar Secretariat
Explanation: Bihar Government in August 2019 imposed a ban on employees of the Bihar Secretariat from wearing T-shirts and jeans. The Government order clearly stated that the employees should wear decent, comfortable and light-coloured clothes.
2. Which two rivers of Bihar will be connected under the Central Government’s second river interlinking project?
2. (c) Kosi-Mechi
Explanation: Union Cabinet in August 2019 approved Rs. 4,900 crore worth Kosi-Mechi Interlinking Project in Bihar. It is the second river interlinking project to be undertaken by the central government.
3. Who was appointed as the Governor of Bihar in July 2019?
a. Lalji Tandon
b. Phagu Chauhan
c. Anandiben Patel
d. Satya Pal Malik
3. (b) Phagu Chauhan
Explanation: Phagu Chauhan was appointed as the Bihar Governor in July 2019. Chauhan succeeded Lalji Tandon, who was appointed as Madhya Pradesh Governor.
4. Which pension scheme was launched by the Bihar Government recently for old-age people?
a. Vridhajan Pension Bima Yojna
b. Mukhyamantri Varishtha Bima Yojna
c. Varishtha Nagrik Pension Yojna
d. Mukhyamantri Vridhajan Pension Yojna
4. (d) Mukhyamantri Vridhajan Pension Yojna
Explanation: The Bihar Government began the implementation of the Mukhyamantri Vridhajan Pension Yojna scheme from April 1, 2019, across the state. The Mukhyamantri Vridhajan Pension Yojna is a universal old-age pension scheme for people above 60 years of age. Under the scheme, beneficiaries receive Rs. 400 as monthly pension.
5. Which disease outbroke in Bihar in June 2019 that took the life away of over 100 children?
a. Acute Encephalitis Syndrome
b. Nipah Virus
c. Zika Virus
5. (a) Acute Encephalitis Syndrome
Explanation: Bihar witnessed the outbreak of Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AES) (Chamki Bukhar) in June 2019 when over 100 children lost their lives by consuming unripe litchi fruit. Acute Encephalitis Syndrome is a form of brain fever that occurs due to the inflammation of the brain.
6. The Motihari- Amlekhgunj petroleum pipeline project has been successfully completed. This pipeline runs from Motihari in Bihar to which country?
a. Sri Lanka
6. (c) Nepal
Explanation: India recently completed the Motihari- Amlekhgunj petroleum pipeline project which runs from Motihari in Bihar to Amelkhgunj in Nepal.
7. In which year, the 107th Bihar Divas was celebrated to commemorate Bihar's separation from Bengal Presidency?
7. (c) 2019
Explanation: Bihar Government celebrated the 107th Bihar Divas on March 22, 2019, to commemorate Bihar's separation from Bengal Presidency that took place in 1912.
8. Indian Medical Association vowed to make Bihar free from Tuberculosis by which year?
8. (d) 2025
Explanation: Indian Medical Association (IMA) in March 2019 vowed to make Bihar TB-free by 2025. The number of tuberculosis patients in Bihar is much higher than the other Indian states.