Rajasthan Daily Current Affairs MCQ: November 2-3, 2023

Rajasthan Daily Current Affairs MCQ: November 2-3, 2023: Current affairs are a very important part of the Rajasthan State PSC (RPSC) Civil services and other exams. Current affairs have an important role during RPSC preparation. Each year almost 25-30 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 Rajasthan GK Current Affairs MCQ quiz, which is relevant to the RPSC prelims, Assistant Professor and other exams.

Rajasthan Daily Current Affairs MCQ: November 2023

In this regard, MYUPSC provides an opportunity to test your current affairs knowledge through our Daily Current Affairs Quiz. Here, you will find how to approach current affairs MCQs (quiz questions) in a real exam-like scenario. Getting into a habit of taking/reading a daily current affairs MCQs quiz will help a lot in the competitive exams preparation.

Rajasthan Current Affairs questions are very important from the point of view of RPSC, Rajasthan Administrative Services, RPSC Assistant Professor, Rajasthan SI, Rajasthan Police, and other examinations.

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Rajasthan Daily / Weekly / Monthly Current Affairs MCQ Quiz cover a wide range of topics, from History, Polity, Geography, Economy, Art Culture, Sports, Science & Technology with current events, you can learn about different topics and expand your knowledge base.

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Rajasthan Daily Current Affairs MCQ: November 2-3, 2023

1. Where was the 180-million-year-old dinosaur egg fossil unearthed by scientists?

(A) Jaisalmer

(B) Barmer

(C) Banswara

(D) Hanumangarh

Answer: A

  • Dr. Narayan Das Inkhiya Unearthed the 180-million-year-old dinosaur egg fossil in Jethwai-Gajroop Sagar, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan.

2. Recently, who will be awarded the ‘National Service Scheme Award’ 2020-2021?

(A) Shubham Pareek

(B) Mamta Kumawat

(C) Neha Pareek

(D) Both (a) and (b)

Answer: D

Dr. Saroj Meena (Alwar) was honored with the National Service Scheme Award 2021-22.

The President of India, Smt. Droupadi Murmu presented the National Service Scheme Awards for the year 2020-2021 at Rashtrapati Bhavan. Union Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports Shri Anurag Thakur and Minister of State for Youth Affairs & Sports Shri Nisith Pramanik attended the awards ceremony. Secretary, Youth Affairs, Shri Sanjay Kumar and Secretary, Sports, Smt. Sujata Chaturvedi and senior officers of the Ministry and other dignitaries were also present on the occasion.

3. Recently Rajasthan Handicraft Policy was implemented, The Directorate of Handicrafts and Handlooms will be opened in which of the following place/city in Rajasthan?

(a) Udaipur

(b) Jaipur

(c) Jodhpur

(d) Bikaner

Answer: C

Directorate of Handicrafts and Handlooms will be opened in Jodhpur for the upliftment of artisans and weavers of Rajasthan. As per the proposal, the Commissioner of Industries and Commerce Department will be the ex-officio director of this Directorate of Handicrafts and Handlooms.

4. When was the Indira Rasoi Yojana started?

(A) 30 August 2020

(B) 20 August 2020

(C) 2 October 2020

(D) 20 October 2020

Answer: B

The Indira Rasoi Yojana is a government initiative that was launched in 20 August 2020 to provide affordable and nutritious meals to the poor and needy in Rajasthan. Under the scheme, the state government provides subsidies to community kitchens run by women’s self-help groups (SHGs). At these kitchens, people can buy meals for just ₹8 per plate.

5. Who is the chairman of Denotified, Nomadic and Semi-Nomadic Tribes Board President in November 2023?

(A) Smt. Kavita Sharma

(B) Smt. Mamta Kushwaha

(C) Smt. Urmila Yogi

(D) Smt. Namrata Singh

Answer: C

State Denotified, Nomadic and Semi-Nomadic Tribes Board President Smt. Urmila Yogi said that the state government has allotted free allotment of land up to 150 square yards in villages and 50 square yards in cities for the DNT community.

6. Which institution was tasked with the preparation of ‘Vision India@2047’ plan?


(B) NITI Aayog



Answer: B

Rajasthan Handicraft Policy: Handicraft Policy was implemented on 17 September 2022; Rajasthan has become the third state in the country to do so, in this policy it was said that Handicraft Week will be organized in Jaipur every year in December.

7. Which of the following is not correctly matched?

(a) Article 154 – Executive power of the Governor

(b) Article 153 – Office of the Governor

(c) Article 155 – Removal of the Governor from office

(d) Article 156 – Term of Office of the Governor

Answer – (c)


The Governor of a State shall be appointed by the President by warrant under his hand and seal (Article 155)

8. Which of the following pair is not correctly matched?

Peasant Movement                        Leader                                   

(a) Begun                                            – Ram Narayan Chaudhary

(b) Bundi                                             – Naynu Ram Sharma

(c) Bijoliya                                           -Vijay Singh Pathik

(d) Bikaner                                          – Narottam Lal Joshi

Answer: d

9. Which agricultural institute of western Rajasthan has approved a four-year project with the International Organization of Switzerland for the Promotion of Agroforestry?

(a) Kajri, Jodhpur

(b) Agriculture University Jodhpur

(c) Swami Keshwanand Rajasthan Agricultural University, Bikaner

(d) Central Institute of Arid Horticulture, Bikaner

Answer: B

  • Magazine to be published by Agriculture University Jodhpur – Marudhara

10. Who amongst the following scholars was not in the Court of Kumbha?

(a) Tilla Bhatt

(b) Muni Sunder Suri

(c) Muni Jin Vijay Suri

(d) Natha

Answer: c

11. Who has recently been made the President of Rajasthan Boxing Association?

(A) Satish Poonia

(B) Virendra Chaudhary

(C) Dhirendra Chaudhary

(D) Krishna Poonia

Answer: C

  • Recently Dhirendra Chaudhary has been made the president of Rajasthan Boxing Association.
  • Rajasthan State Sports Council President – Krishna Poonia
  • RCA President – Vaishnav Gehlot

12. Manaus, which was seen in the news, is a city in which country?


(B) UK

(C) Brazil

(D) France

Answer: C

13. Which organization(s) signed an MoU on International Women’s Day 2023?

(A) Banasthali Vidya Peeth



(D) Both (a) and (b)

Answer: D

To provide training to students and teachers of Banasthali in the field of advanced technology and to provide support to students interested in working in the field of advanced technology with its industrial partners. Robotics, Blockchain, and other advanced technologies areas of training that will be covered under the MoU.

14. India’s first-ever Lavender Farm is constructed in which state/UT?

(A) Punjab

(B) Jammu and Kashmir

(C) Himachal Pradesh

(D) Rajasthan

Answer: B

15. What is the name of the platform launched by Prime Minister on the National Unity Day?

(A) Mera Yuva Bharat Platform

(B) PM YUVA Platform

(C) Meri Maati Platform

(D) Kartavya Path Platform

Answer: A

16. What is the estimated age of the 180-million-year-old dinosaur egg fossil unearthed by scientists in Jaisalmer?

(A) 120 million years

(B) 140 million years

(C) 160 million years

(D) 180 million years

Answer: D

The egg is estimated to be around 180 million years old and could provide valuable insights into the prehistoric past of the region. A potentially dinosaur-era egg fossil has been discovered in the Jethwai-Gajroop Sagar hills of Jaisalmer, raising exciting new possibilities for herbivorous dinosaur research.

Jurassic period is the 180-million-year-old dinosaur egg fossil.

17. 5th Generation Technology Testing Lab (5G Testing Lab) is being opened in which higher educational institutions of the Rajasthan state?

(A) IIT, Jodhpur

(B) BITS, Pilani

(C) MNIT, Jaipur

(D) All of the above

Answer: D

18. Which of the following operates the Indira Rasoi Yojana?

(A) Government of Rajasthan

(B) Rajivika Group

(C) Both A & B

(D) None

Answer: C

Indira Rasoi Yojana was launched by Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot from 20 August 2020 through 358 kitchens in all 213 urban bodies of the state with the resolution of “No one should sleep hungry”.

19. Which government agency is responsible for organizing Denotified, Nomadic and Semi-Nomadic Tribes Day in Rajasthan?

(A) Rajasthan Tribal Development Department

(B) Rajasthan Tribal Association Department

(C) Rajasthan Tribal Department

(D) Rajasthan Bhil Development Department

Answer: A

Chief Minister of Rajasthan announced that every year August 31 will be celebrated as Denotified, Nomadic and Semi-Nomadic Tribes Day on the occasion of the 72nd Liberation Day of Denotified, Nomadic and Semi-Nomadic Tribes.

Denotified & Nomadic Tribes in Rajasthan:

Denotified Tribes                                                                                                

1. Badri                                                                                                             

2. Kanjar                                                                                                            

3. Sansi                                                                                                            

4. Jagri (Bawaria)                                                                                                 

5. Mogia                                                                                                           

6. Nut                                                                                                                

7. Naik                                                                                                         

8. Multanis                                                                                                         

9. Bhat                                                                                                             

Nomadic Tribes and Semi Nomadic Tribes                                                     

Nomadic Tribes:                                                                                              

1. Baldias (Banjaras)                                                                                          

2. Bardhis                                                                                                          

3. Domabaris                                                                                                     

4. Gadia Lohar                                                                                                    

5. Iranis                                                                                                            

6. Jogi Kalbelia                                                                                                   

7. Jogi Kanphata                                                                                                

8. Dhirpalts                                                                                                        

9. Shikkeligar                                                                                                    

10. Ghisadis                                                                                                       

Semi Nomadic Tribes:                                                                                

1. Saranovial Bhos                                                                                             

2. Rebaris                                                                                                          

3. Raths                                                                                                            

4. Mangallisa                                                                                                      

5. Bhaayas                                                                                                       

6. Kannis                                                                                                           

7. Kanglus                                                                                                        

8. Jalukus                                                                                                         

9. Khangas                                                                                                       

10. Sindlus                                                                                                        

11. Jogis                                                                                    

12. Ramaswamies                                                                                             

13. Bharaddijadhavs  

20. ‘Operation Sesha’, which was launched recently, aims to curb the illegal trade of?

(A) Tortoises

(B) Timber

(C) Exotic Birds

(D) Tusk

Answer: B

Union Finance Minister launches phase IV of ‘Operation Sesha’ to curb the illegal trade of Timber, including Red Sanders.

She launched this during the inaugural session of the first ever Global Conference on Cooperation in Enforcement Matters (GCCEM) in New Delhi. Delegates representing over 40 Custom Organisations participated in the event.

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