Madhya Pradesh Daily Current Affairs MCQ: October 28, 2023

Madhya Pradesh Daily Current Affairs MCQ: October 28, 2023: Current affairs are a very important part of the Madhya Pradesh State PSC (MPPSC) Civil services and other exams. Current affairs have an important role during MPPSC preparation. Each year almost 30 questions are associated with it in prelims examination. Every aspirant prepares this section from different sources such as newspapers, magazines, government reports & websites, economic survey, etc. During preparation, the aspirants should not only keep updating themselves in current affairs but also track their performance by attempting daily Madhya Pradesh Current Affairs MCQ quiz, which is relevant to the MPPSC prelims, Assistant Professor and other exams.

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Madhya Pradesh Daily Current Affairs MCQ: October 2023

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Madhya Pradesh Daily Current Affairs MCQ: October 28, 2023

1. What are the benefits of having an indoor range for the ISSF World Cup Shooting Championship?

[1] It provides a controlled environment, which is ideal for shooting competitions.

[2] It is not affected by weather conditions.

[3] It can be used year-round.

[4] All of the above

Answer: 4

2. Bhimbetka Rock Shelters, a UNESCO World Heritage Site is located at which place?

[1] Indore

[2] Bhopal

[3] Raisen

[4] Mandla

Answer: 3

3. Which of the following statements is true about ‘Yellow Journalism’?

a) Yellow Journalism refers to a reporting style that uses factual reporting and objective coverage.

b) Yellow Journalism refers to a reporting style that uses sensationalism, exaggeration, and manipulation of facts to create a sensational story.

c) Yellow Journalism refers to a type of newspaper that covers sensational stories.

d) Yellow Journalism refers to a type of investigative journalism that uncovers corrupt practices.

Answer: 2


Fake news is any piece of misleading maliciously false information circulating through print media, electronic media, or social media. ‘Yellow Journalism’ and ‘Tabloid Journalism’ are the terms used for fake news.

Yellow Journalism is a style of reporting that is characterized by sensationalism, exaggeration, and manipulation of facts to create a sensational story that will grab the reader’s attention. Thus, option [2] is the correct answer.

4. According to Anushruti literature, Lord Rama spent most of his exile in which of the following region(s)?

[1] Mahakantara

[2] Dandakaranya

[3] Both [1] and [2]

[4] None of the above

Answer: 3

5. What is the agricultural credit target for the current fiscal year 2023-24, as per the Union budget?

[1] Rs 15 lakh core

[2] Rs 20 lakh crore

[3] Rs 25 lakh core

[4] Rs 30 lakh crore

Answer: 2

As per the Union budget 2023-24, the government proposed to increase the agricultural credit target to ₹20 lakh crore with a focus on animal husbandry, dairy and fisheries.

The target has been increased from Rs 18 lakh crore, with an increase of 11.11% year on year. An Agriculture Accelerator Fund will be set up to encourage agri-startups by young entrepreneurs. The agriculture sector has been growing at an average annual growth rate of 4.6 per cent in the last six years.

6. Ujjayani was the capital of which Mahajanapada?

[1] Avanti

[2] Matsya

[3] Ashmak

[4] Vajji

Answer: 1

The capital of Avanti Mahajanapada is Ujjain. Avanti Mahajanapada corresponds to present day Malwa region. This janapada was divided into two parts by the Vindhyas, having its northern capital known as Ujjayini and southern capital as Mahishmati.

7. How long is the MoU between WRI India and APCO valid for?

[1] 5 years

[2] 10 years

[3] 15 years

[4] Indefinite period

Answer: 1

8. Where is Satpura National Park located?

[1] Madhya Pradesh

[2] Maharashtra

[3] Gujarat

[4] Rajasthan

Answer: 1

Satpura Tiger Reserve (STR) also known as Satpura National Park is located in the Narmadapuram District of Madhya Pradesh in India.

9. What is the name of the first cruise ship manufactured in India?

[1] Ganga Vilas

[2] Bharat Vilas

[3] Histo Brustro

[4] Bharat Café

Answer: 1


The MV Ganga Vilas is a river cruise ship manufactured in India. It was flagged off in January 2023 by the Prime Minister.

Ganga Vilas is also the longest Motor Vessel of its kind in the world. It is also significant as the first cruise ship to be manufactured in India. It is on course to creating a world record for sailing the longest along several river systems, entered Assam from Bangladesh, 39 days after leaving Varanasi.

10. Which city is the host of the ‘Combined Commanders Conference’?

[1] New Delhi

[2] Bhopal

[3] Gandhi Nagar

[4] Chennai

Answer: 2


Prime Minister Narendra Modi took part in the Combined Commanders’ Conference in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.

He will also flag off a Vande Bharat Express service to Delhi. Combined Commanders Conference is a biennial event that brings together India’s top military brass to discuss issues related to military and national security.

11. Copper made utensils and tools have been found in which of the following places?

[1] Balaghat

[2] Jabalpur

[3] Sagar

[4] Both [1] and [2]

Answer: 3

Copper made utensils and tools have been found in Sagar. The district of Sagar lies in the north central region of Madhya Pradesh. It was spelled as Saugar during the British period.

12. As per the Buddhist text Anguttara Nikaya, which of the following Mahajanapadas belong to Madhya Pradesh?

[1] Avanti

[2] Chedi

[3] Vatsa

[4] All of the above

Answer: 3

Vatsa was one of the sixteen Mahajanapadas of Uttarapatha mentioned in Anguttara Nikaya.

● Vatsa corresponded with the territory of modern Allahabad and parts of Madhya Pradesh. It had a monarchical form of government with its capital at Kaushambi.

● Udayana was the ruler of Vatsa in the 6th-5th century BC, the time of the Buddha.

13. Which company has initiated the production of ‘Reference’ petrol and diesel?

[1] BPCL

[2] HPCL

[3] IOC

[4] REC

Answer: 3

The Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) has initiated the production of specialized ‘reference’ petrol and diesel, marking the first occurrence of such production in India.

These fuels possess elevated specifications and hold significant importance for the calibration and testing processes conducted by automobile manufacturers and testing agencies like the International Centre for Automotive Technology (ICAT) and the Automotive Research Association of India.

14. Competition Commission of India (CCI) is a statutory body under which Union Ministry?

[1] Ministry of External Affairs

[2] Ministry of Corporate Affairs

[3] Ministry of Finance

[4] Ministry of Commerce and Industry

Answer: 2

Competition Commission of India (CCI) is a statutory body within the Ministry of Corporate Affairs and is responsible for enforcing the Competition Act, 2002.

Recently, the Competition Commission of India (CCI) has earned a coveted position within the prestigious 18-member steering committee of the International Competition Network (ICN). The steering committee serves as the highest governing body of the ICN.

15. What is the name of the National Hackathon focused on the use of 5G technology for police applications?

[1] Vimarsh 2023

[2] Vyukth 2023

[3] Vikalp 2023

[4] Vikas 2023

Answer: 1

The curtain raiser event for Vimarsh 2023, a national Hackathon focused on the use of 5G technology for police applications, took place in Delhi.

The Hackathon will comprise three stages of idea screening. Stages I and II will be conducted in a virtual format, while Stage III will be held at designated centers in a physical setting. During Stage III, participants will have access to 5G testbeds, private networks, and labs for their projects.

16. Indian Army’s first Vertical Wind Tunnel has been constructed in which state/UT?

[1] Sikkim

[2] Punjab

[3] Himachal Pradesh

[4] Jammu and Kashmir

Answer: 3

Indian Army’s inaugural Vertical Wind Tunnel (VWT) has been inaugurated at the Special Forces Training School (SFTS) located in Bakloh, Himachal Pradesh.

This state-of-the-art wind tunnel is aimed to enhance and improve the Combat Freefall (CFF) skills of armed forces personnel.

17. Which country is the host of the ‘Three Basins Summit’?

[1] USA

[2] India

[3] Indonesia

[4] Republic of Congo

Answer: 4

Three Basins Summit was hosted in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo to strengthen South-South governance for three ecosystems — Amazon, Congo, Borneo-Mekong and Southeast Asia.

Three Basins Threat Report which was released during the Summit, highlighted the challenges faced by the world’s remaining tropical forest basins.

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