Daily Current Affairs Quiz 28 May 2023 : Important questions related to current affairs and their answers made available by this article for the students preparing for competitive exams. Through these questions, candidates can prepare well for the competitive exam and make it easier to get a government job.
Daily Current Affairs Quiz of 28 May 2023
Question 1. Where is the Quantum University located, which has recently been register under the Common University Entrance Test (CUET)?
Answer – In Roorkee, Uttarakhand
Recently Quantum University has been register under the Common University Entrance Test (CUET). More than 1 lakh students have registered for UG, PG and other programs of the university. Quantum University CUET is offering up to 100% scholarship to the scorers based on their percentage.
Question 2. Menstrual Hygiene Day celebrated on which date?
Answer – On 28 May
Menstrual Hygiene Day observed globally as an annual awareness day to highlight the importance of good menstrual hygiene management. The day started in the year 2013 by German-based NGO WASH United. The theme of this year’s Menstrual Hygiene Day is ‘Making menstruation a normal fact of life by 2030’. Women become vulnerable to infection due to lack of hygiene during menstruation and can become a victim of cancer. Apart from this, women may also have to go through the problem of infertility.
Question 3. Who is the architect of the new Parliament of India?
Answer – Bimal Patel
Bimal Hasmukh Patel is a well-known architect of India with over three decades of experience. Patel is consider an expert in urban design and planning. Apart from Parliament House, Bimal Patel has also worked for projects like Kashi Vishwanath Corridor. Presently Bimal Patel is the chairman of the University’s Center for Environmental Planning and Technology (CEPT) in Ahmedabad. He has been leading this University since the year 2012.
Question 4. Which ministry organized the Urban Climate Film Festival?
Answer – Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs
Recently the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs organized this CITIIS program by the French Development Agency (AFD), European Union (EU) and NIUA. The festival aims to raise awareness about the impact of climate change on urban settlements and start a conversation on building climate-resilient cities. The Urban Climate Film Festival received entries of 150 films from over 20 countries.
Question 5. In which country is the UNESCO World Heritage Site ‘City of Dead’ located?
Answer – Egypt
The ‘City of Dead’ is a 7 km long UNESCO World Heritage Site located in Cairo, Egypt. It is a series of vast Islamic-era necropolises and tombs.
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