SSC MTS GD Current Affairs 2021: Many competitive exams including SSC MTS and SSC GD are to be conducted in the near future. SSC MTS Exam has started from 5th October, while GD exam will start from 16th November.
Candidates preparing for competitive exams are going to get a chance to appear in many exams in the recent past. At present, the Multi Tasking Staff (MTS) Recruitment Examination is being conducted by the Staff Selection Commission from October 05 and after that from November 16, the Commission will conduct the examination for GD Constable Recruitment. Apart from these SSC recruitments, exam dates have been announced or are going to happen soon for many recruitments of Haryana, Rajasthan, and Center including UP Lekhpal, UP SI. If you are also preparing for these exams, then you must know how important current affairs are in these exams. So, some current affairs questions are given below to help you and you can take the help of FREE September Current Affairs – Download Now for your complete preparation.
Some important questions of current affairs from the point of view of competitive exams
Q.1 From when is Wildlife Week 2021 being celebrated?
Answer – 02 to 08 October.
Q.2 Recently in the news Hwasong-8 is the new hypersonic missile test-fired by which country?
North – North Korea.
Q.3 Recently India’s first National Security Advisor has passed away, what is his name?
Answer – Brajesh Mishra.
Q.4 Which rice variety is grown in Palghar, Maharashtra has been given GI tag?
Answer – Kolam.
Q.5 Who will host the 56th National Cross Country Championship to be held in 2022?
Q.6 Which state government has announced a ban on bottled water from January 01, 2022?
Q.7 Recently ‘Mitra Shakti’ joint military exercise has started between India and which country?
Answer – Sri Lanka.
Q.8 Which medal has been won by the Indian team in the ‘Asian Table Tennis Championship’?
Answer – Bronze.
Q.9 When was World Animal Day celebrated recently?
Answer – 04 October.
Q.10 Recently three districts of which state have been declared as disturbed areas?
Answer – Arunachal Pradesh.