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Sunday, May 31, 2020

Maharani Devi Ahilyabai Holkar Quiz

1. There are two universities which are named in honour of Ahilya Bai. One is Devi Ahilya Vishwa Vidyalaya in Indore, Madhya Pradesh and the other is punyashlok Ahilya Devi Holkar university in _____________.

Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh
Kashi, Uttar Pradesh
Solapur, Maharashtra
Thane, Maharashtra
2. Ahilyabai was born on 31 May 1725 in which village, in the present-day Ahmednagar district in Maharashtra?
Amarkantak
Ambegaon
Anga
Chaundi
3. In which battle Ahilyabai's husband Khanderao Holkar was killed in 1754?
Battle of Pune
Battle of Kumbher
Battle of Panipat
Battle of Patan
4. Ahilyabai lived on the banks of Narmada River at a pilgrimage site known as ________.
Bodhgaya
Maheshwar
Rameshwaram
Hampi
5. When was a commemorative stamp was issued in Ahilya Bai Holkar's honour by the Republic of India?
August 26, 1996
August 31, 1997
August 27, 1995
August 25, 1996
6. Which book was written by former Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan based on the life of Ahilyadevi Holkar?
Matoshree
Punyashlok
Devi Ahilya Bai
Lokmata Ahilya bai
7. Which city's airport is named Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar Airport in her honor?
Gwalior
Bhopal
Indore
Ujjain
8. A woman of modern times Ahilyabai's rule is remembered as a golden age in Indore’s history. When did she die?
7th August, 1795
13th August, 1795
13th August, 1796
19th August, 1796
9. Rani Ahilyabai was a great pioneer and builder of Hindu temples. She built hundreds of temples and Dharmashalas throughout India. Which famous and historic temple is giving tribute to her by establishing her statue in temple complex/corridor?
Kashi Vishwanath, Varanasi
Somnath, Gujarat
Trimbakeshwar, Nasik
Vishnupad, Gaya
10. Which British historian gave the title of 'The Philosopher Queen' to Ahilyabai Holkar?
John Keates
Joanna Baillie
John Keay
Anne Feldhaus






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Friday, May 29, 2020

Latest GK and Current Affairs MCQs Quiz

1. Menstrual Hygiene Day is an annual awareness day to highlight the importance of good menstrual hygiene management. It was initiated by the German-based NGO WASH United in 2014 and aims to benefit women and girls worldwide. On which date it is observed every year?

20th May
28th May
30th May
5th June
2. Taking on Chinese short-video making platform TikTok, Facebooks experimental app division, in May 2020, has introduced a new iOS app for making and mixing music with friends. Facebook's app-focused New Product Experimentation (NPE) team announced the invite-only beta version of new app that brings together creators and fans to create, watch, and mix and match original videos, starting with music. The social networking giant has aimed to take on TikTok in the past, with Reels editing feature on Instagram and the standalone app Lasso. What is the name of new app?
Mitron
Strobe
Collab
Sprout
3. In line with the announcement made in the Union Budget, Union Minister for Finance & Corporate Affairs Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman formally launched the facility for instant allotment of PAN (on near to real time basis) on 28th May 2020. The facility of instant PAN through Aadhaar based e-KYC has been launched formally today, however, its ‘Beta version’ on trial basis was started on ________ on the e-filing website of Income Tax Department. Since then onwards, 6,77,680 instant PANs have been allotted with a turnaround time of about 10 minutes, till 25th May 2020.
12th Jan 2020
12th Feb 2020
16th Feb 2020
12th March 2020
4. A veteran leader and a bureaucrat-turned-politician, Ajit Jogi died at 74 on Friday, 28th May 2020. He was the first chief minister of which state in India?
Jharkhand
Uttarakhand
Telangana
Chhattisgarh
5. Many letters that Prime Minister Narendra Modi as a young man wrote to mother goddess, whom he addressed as ‘jagat janani’, every night on varied topics will be published in a book form in English next month. “Letters to Mother”, translated from Gujarati by renowned film critic Bhawana Somaaya, will be released as ebook and hardback. These letters have been taken from Modi’s diary, dating back to 1986. Which publishing house is publishing this?
HarperCollins
Aleph Book Company
Westland
Rupa Publications India






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Thursday, May 28, 2020

Current Affairs Quiz MCQs - May 2020 Quizzes


Current Affairs Quiz MCQs - May 2020 Quizzes 

Below GK Current Affairs quizzes are from May, 2020. These quizzes contain questions and notes suitable for UPSC, IAS, SSC, Banking / IBPS, NTSE, CLAT, Railways, UPPSC, RPSC, GPSC, MPSC, MPPSC, NDA, CDS, Judiciary, and other states civil services / government job recruitment examinations of India.

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28 May 2020 Current Affairs Latest News GK Quiz

1. The Karnataka government has decided to name the newly built flyover at Yelahanka in Bengaluru after nationalist icon – Veer Savarkar. To name the flyover at Yelahanka after Veer Savarkar was decided at the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike, Bengaluru’s civic body in a resolution in its council meeting earlier this year. The 400-metre long flyover was inaugurated by Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa on Thursday, 28th May 2020 on the day of Savarkar’s birthday. Under which scheme it was constructed?

Nagarotthana Scheme
Janasevaka Scheme
Samrakshane Scheme
Taali Bhagya Scheme
2. Sikhs observe the 414th martyrdom day of Sri Guru Arjan Dev who compiled the holy Guru Granth Sahib on Wednesday, 27th May 2020. The __________ Sikh Guru Arjan Dev was executed on the order of Mughal emperor Jehangir in 1606 for refusing his demand to convert to Islam.
Third
Forth
Fifth
Sixth
3. Recently the Uttar Pradesh government, led by Yogi Adityanath, has formed a commission to employ the people who have returned to the state due to the Coronavirus lockdown. The Yogi Adityanath govt took several decisions related to generating employment of the migrant workers who natively belong to Uttar Pradesh but were earning their livelihood in other states till the recent developments. What is the name of the commission which was formed by Yogi Adityanath government?
Kaamgar, Majdoor (Seva Ayojan and Rojgaar) Kalyan Ayog
Pravasi Shramik (Seva Ayojan and Rojgaar) Kalyan Ayog
Kaamgar, Pravasi (Seva Ayojan and Rojgaar) Kalyan Ayog
Kaamgar, Shramik (Seva Ayojan and Rojgaar) Kalyan Ayog
4. The world is enduring the biggest catastrophe in a hundred years. COVID 19 is a new reality and to contain it in India lockdown was done. However successive lockdowns since March have wreaked havoc on the economic activity and the GDP of the country. The United Nations slashed India’s economic growth projection for the current year to 1.2 per cent, which still is second highest among major world economies. The Prime Minister’s office and his Cabinet Ministers have been engaged in constant brainstorming with stakeholders and experts to lay a foundation for the new economic trajectory and came out with an ambitious plan of self-reliance, which Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi discussed in his address to the nation on 12th May. What is the name of this ambitious plan?
Jaan hai to Jahan hai
Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyaan
Jaan bhi Jahan bhi
Swavlambi Bharat Abhiyaan
5. China approves controversial national security law for Hong Kong on 27th May 2020. The law will drastically broaden Beijing's power over Hong Kong, which last year was roiled by anti-government protests calling for greater democracy and more autonomy from mainland China. The country's parliament, the National People's Congress (NPC), nearly unanimously approved the resolution where only one delegate voted against the proposal, while 2,878 voted for and six abstained. The move has been denounced internationally, with opponents warning it could curtail many of the legal safeguards promised to the city when it was handed from ________ to Chinese rule in 1997.
American
British
Polish
Asutralian






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Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Current Affairs Today's Quiz - 27 May 2020

1. The Indian Air Force (IAF) on Wednesday, 27th May 2020, operationalised its no.18 Squadron, the “Flying Bullets”, at Sulur, equipping it with the fourth generation Mk1 LCA (Light Combat Aircraft) Tejas. The indigenous tailless compound delta wing aircraft was inducted at an official ceremony in the presence of Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria at the Sulur Air Force Station. The No.18 Squadron will be the second one to have the home-made Tejas. Which Squadron already has Tejas?

17 Squadron
25 Squadron
40 Squadron
45 Squadron
2. He is an Indian-American inventor, who has bagged the prestigious Inventor of the Year award in recognition of his pioneering work in advancing the electronic industry and improving artificial intelligence capabilities. He is a master inventor with more than 250 patented inventions in the US and works at the IBM Thomson Watson Research Center in New York. He was presented with the prestigious annual award by the New York Intellectual Property Law Association early this month (May 2020) during a virtual awards ceremony. Can you name him?
Rajiv Joshi
Sanjeev Joshi
Nitin Sardana
Atul Gambhir
3. The external affairs ministry created a new Development Partnership Division (DPA-IV) in January to coordinate and undertake culture and heritage conservation projects abroad, including identification, planning and implementation of schemes in consultation with technical agencies. The new division will also act as a repository of all such projects being undertaken by India abroad, and be instrumental in dissemination of information of projects and cooperation in culture and heritage. A Shiv Linga - representation of the Hindu deity Shiva - dating back to the 9th century has been unearthed at Cham temple complex during restoration work by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI). Cham temple complex, part of the UNESCO world heritage site of My Son in Quang Nam province, was built in the 9th century AD during the reign of King Indravarman II, who was also responsible for the famous Dong Duong Buddhist monastery in the same region. In which country is Cham Temple?
Indonesia
Sri Lanka
Vietnam
Nepal
4. Which company in May 2020 has acquired Amsterdam-based electric scooter manufacturer Etergo as it looks to launch its own two-wheelers globally next year?
Bajaj Scooters
Ola Electric
TVS Motors
Hero Motocorp
5. The Union Cabinet on Wednesday extended the PMVVY or Pradhan Mantri Vaya Vandana Yojana, a social security scheme for senior citizens, and fixed its annual rate of return at ___________ per cent for financial year 2020-21. That interest rate was lower compared to 8 per cent for the previous financial year, which ended on March 31, 2020. The extension was for a period of three years, till March 31, 2023.
7
7.2
7.4
7.6






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Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Current Affairs Quiz - 26th May 2020

1. NASA has renamed its Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope (WFIRST), a next-generation space telescope set to launch in 2025, in honor of the US space agency's first chief astronomer, who paved the way for space telescopes focused on the broader universe. What is the new name?

Nancy Grace Roman
Jim Bridenstine
Ed Weiler
Derrick Pitts
2. Dr Amruta Gadge from the Quantum Systems and Devices Laboratory has created a Bose-Einstein Condensate (BEC) – considered to be the fifth state of matter, while working from home, during the coronavirus lockdown. Peter Kr├╝ger, professor of experimental physics at the University of Sussex, believes the fifth state of matter is “produced when the atoms in a gas become ionized.” This research is based on the prediction of Albert Einstein and Indian physicist Satyendra Nath Bose from mid-1920s which stated that quantum mechanics can be used as a force to clump a large number of particles to behave like a single particle, thus the research of fifth matter was introduced. What are the other four matters?
solid, liquid, ion and plasma
solid, liquid, gas and ion
solid, liquid, gas and plasma
solid, liquid, gas and Quantum
3. An Indian Army officer and woman peacekeeper, who has served with the UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS), and a Brazilian woman commander have been selected for the prestigious United Nations Military Gender Advocate of the Year Award (2019), with UN Chief Antonio Guterres describing them as "powerful role models." Major Suman Gawani and Brazilian Naval Officer Commander Carla Monteiro de Castro Araujo will receive the award during an online ceremony presided over by United Nations Secretary-General Guterres on May 29, the International Day of UN Peacekeepers. This is the first time the UN Military Gender Advocate award has gone to an Indian peacekeeper. When was this award created?
2010
2013
2016
2019
4. Ram Janmabhoomi Teertha Kshetra Trust chairman on Tuesday, 26th May 2020, paid obeisance to deity Ram Lalla at the makeshift temple in Ayodhya and announced the construction of the Ram temple from today. After 27 years, on March 25, 2020, Lord Ram Lalla was moved out of the makeshift temple in Ayodhya and the idol was shifted in a palanquin to Manas Bhawan in the presence of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. Ending a century-old dispute, the Supreme Court on November 9, 2019 paved the way for the construction of a Ram Temple by a Trust at the disputed site at Ayodhya. While announcing its verdict, a 5-judge Constitution bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi had said, "The faith of the Hindus that Lord Ram was born at the demolished structure is undisputed.” Who is the current chairman of Ram Janmabhoomi Teertha Kshetra Trust?
K. Parasaran
Champat Rai
Jagadguru Shankracharya
Mahant Nritya Gopal Das
5. In the middle of the coronavirus pandemic, India has to fight another battle against the swarms of locusts that have entered the western parts of India. They have already made their way into Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh. India has witnessed several locust plagues and upsurges from 1812 to 1997, but there has not been any major locust upsurge since 2011. The insects are known to originate in Arabian Peninsula and invade India via Rajasthan-Pakistan border, just before the onset of the seasonal monsoon. The Locust Warning Organization (LWO) follows a relevant contingency plan in such cases. Which pesticide is used in Desert Locust control in India?
Calcium Arsonate
Malathion 96 percent ULV
Methomyl 24 percent L
Azinphos-methyl






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Monday, May 25, 2020

Current Affairs Quiz - 25 May 2020

1. A diversified conglomerate is set to acquire Sunrise Foods. Sunrise Foods clocked a turnover of around Rs 600 crore last year. However, there would be a premium on the 70-year Sunrise brand. Sunrise’s plants are located in Kolkata, Agra, Bikaner, and Jaipur. The acquiring company on Sunday said it had entered into an agreement with the spices major to acquire a 100 per cent stake in the company. Company didn’t comment on the deal size, but sources estimated it at close to Rs 2,000 crore. Which company is set to acquire Sunrise foods?

Dabur
ITC
PepsiCo
Parle
2. Olympic gold medal-winning hockey legend Balbir Singh Sr died here on Monday, 25th May 2020, after battling multiple health issues for over two weeks. The iconic player was 95. One of the country's greatest athletes, Balbir Sr was the only Indian among 16 legends chosen by the International Olympic Committee across modern Olympic history. His world record for most goals scored by an individual in the men's hockey final of the Olympics still remains unbeaten. How many times he won Olympic Gold Medal?
One
Two
Three
Four
3. India Fashion Week is a bi-annual fashion week organized and promoted by the Fashion Design Council of India. The FDCI, on Sunday, 24th May 2020, said that they are going digital and India will have its first-ever digital fashion week. FDCI is a non-profit independent association of fashion designers formed to propagate the Business of Fashion in India. When was FDCI established?
1995
1998
2001
2006
4. Which country's Navy frigate Jamaran accidentally strikes its own support vessel Konarak with a missile, killing nineteen sailors on 10 May 2020?
Pakistan
Lebanon
China
Iran
5. The United States has condemned the exclusion of which country from the World Health Assembly in a press statement issued on May 18, 2020 by the US Secretary of State, Michael R Pompeo accusing WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus of choosing not to invite this country under pressure from the People’s Republic of China?
HongKong
North Korea
Taiwan
Nepal






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Saturday, May 23, 2020

Current Affairs Quiz for 23rd May 2020

1. The International Day for Biological Diversity raises awareness and understanding of biodiversity issues. This year's theme is "Our solutions are in nature," which, as the United Nations explains, "emphasizes hope, solidarity and the importance of working together at all levels to build a future of life in harmony with nature." Which day it is celebrated each year?

May 20
May 21
May 22
May 23
2. A team of researchers from Australia’s Monash, Swinburne and RMIT universities have claimed that they have 'recorded the ‘fastest internet speed ever' from a single optical chip. The team logged a data speed of 44.2 terabits per second (Tbps). At this speed, users will be able to download nearly 1000 HD movies in a split second. The team’s findings was published in the prestigious Nature Communications journal. For achieving this incredible speed, the researchers used a new device that replaces 80 lasers with one single piece of equipment. By what name this equipment is known as?
Micro-comb
Nano-comb
Peta-comb
Tera-comb
3. The United States has deported a terrorist Mohammad Ibrahim Zubair to India. The terrorist, who pleaded guilty in a US court for his terror crimes, was brought on a special flight on May 19 and is at a quarantine center in Amritsar, Punjab. To which terrorist organiation Zubair belongs?
Lashkar-e-Taiba
al Qaeda
Hakkani Group
ISIS
4. The Department of Telecom on Friday selected a public sector firm as auctioneer for conducting the next round of spectrum sale. It may take around two months for the firm to design and develop software for e-auction of spectrum that may lead to the start of bidding for airwaves in the second half of September or early October. The public sector enterprise executed coal auctions in early 2015 that were held after the Supreme Court cancelled allocation of coal mines in September 2014. It is also holding auctions for various central and state government departments. What is the name of this public sector firm?
RailTel
IRCTC
CDAC
MSTC
5. Ninety-seven people were killed and two passengers miraculously survived a deadly crash after a Pakistan International Airlines plane with 99 travellers on board plunged into a densely populated residential area near the Jinnah International Airport in Karachi on 22 May 2020. Flight PK-8303 crashed on Friday afternoon, minutes before its landing in Karachi. From which city the flight was coming?
Islamabad
Lahore
Peshawar
Rawalpindi






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Friday, May 22, 2020

22 May 2020 Current Affairs Quiz

1. Tourism is vital for the New Zealand economy and is worth around 6 per cent of GDP, according to government figures. One in eight Kiwis works in the sector, which brought in $16.2bn (£8bn) in 2019. In May 2020, New Zealand Prime Minister floats idea of four-day week to boost economy post-lockdown and help employees achieve a better work-life balance, as New Zealand resumes business following an eight-week coronavirus shutdown. What is the name of New Zealand PM?

Jacinda Ardern
Bill English
Kelvin Davis
Andrew Little
2. To provide relief to migrant labour, Indian Railways run special trains from any District in the Country. District Collectors are required to prepare lists of stranded labour & destination and apply to Railways through the State nodal officer for operation of the special train. By what name Railways is operating these trains?
Majdoor Special
Aatmnirbhar Special
Vande Bharat
Shramik Special
3. Generic pharmaceuticals manufacturer Beximco Pharmaceuticals has launched the first generic version of antiviral drug remdesivir, originally developed by Gilead Sciences. Recently, Gilead secured emergency use authorisation from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for remdesivir to treat Covid-19. Beximco Pharmaceuticals is the first company in the world to introduce a generic of the drug, under the brand name Bemsivir, to treat the viral disease. Beximco Pharmaceuticals is a company based in which country?
India
Bangladesh
USA
Israel
4. The country's largest power producer and upstream oil major have decided to come together and set up a joint venture company to foray into renewable energy business. The two entities signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Friday (22 May) to give shape to their new initiative. As per the MoU, these two entities will explore the setting up of offshore wind and other renewable energy (RE) projects in India and overseas. They will also explore opportunities in the fields of sustainability, storage, e-mobility and ESG (environmental, social and governance) compliant projects. Can you name these entities setting up joint venture for Renewable Energy Business ?
NTPC and Bharat Petroleum
Powergrid and ONGC
NTPC and ONGC
NTPC and HP
5. The Open Skies Treaty allows each state-party to carry out short-notice, unarmed, reconnaissance flights over the others' territories to collect data on military forces and activities. India is not a member of this treaty that came into force on January 1, 2002. Most of the participating countries are in North America Europe and Central Asia. USA has announced on 22nd May 2020 that it will withdraw from the Open Skies Treaty, a major accord that permits unarmed aerial surveillance flights over participating countries, citing repeated Russian violations of its terms. How many countries are part of this treaty?
32
33
34
35






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Thursday, May 21, 2020

Latest Current Affairs Today's Quiz - 21 May 2020

1. The NITI Aayog has established the Health Index as systematic tool to leverage co-operative and competitive federalism to accelerate the pace of achieving health outcomes and encourage cross-learning among states. What is the frequency of measurement/ranking of states through this tool?

Monthly
Quarterly
Half-Yearly
Annually
2. Corono Virus is a novel virus(means very little is known about it). The first case of this virus was identified in December 2019 from Wuhan, Hubei province of China. WHO declared the 2019-20 Corono Virus outbreak, a public health emergency of International concern on 30 Jan, 2020. When did WHO declared it as a pandemic?
11 February 2020
11 March 2020
11 April 2020
11 May 2020
3. PM Modi pays tribute to Rajiv Gandhi on his 29th death anniversary today on 21st May 2020. Rajiv Gandhi was assassinated in 1991 in Tamil Nadu's Sriperumbudur by a suicide bomber during an election campaign. By which day his death anniversary is also observed?
Anti-Terrorism Day
Childrens Day
Peace Day
Teachers Day
4. The University Grants Commission (UGC) has encouraged the universities and colleges to use the 82 undergraduate and 42 postgraduate massive open online courses (MOOC) available on which platform, for credit transfer (The courses are ready to be offered in July semester 2020.)?
Udemy
Coursera
Unacademy
Swayam
5. The Indian Institute of Technology developed device to concentrate solar energy is lightweight, low-cost and designed to function in India’s diverse climatic conditions. It can pave the way for sustainable energy solutions in states like Bihar, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Gujarat. Which IIT has developed this solar ‘parabolic trough collector’ (PTC) system for concentrating solar energy for industrial applications like desalination, space heating and space cooling?
IIT Delhi
IIT Kanpur
IIT Madras
IIT Bombay


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Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Daily Current Affairs Quiz - 20th May 2020

1. Who would be the next WHO Executive Board chairman to be elected at the World Health Organisation‘s Executive Board’s meeting on 22 May?

Dr Harsh Vardhan
Dr H Nakatani
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus
J P Nadda
2. Which Cyclonic storm makes landfall between Digha in West Bengal and Hatiya island in Bangladesh on 20th May 2020?
Fani
Hudhud
Kyarr
Amphan
3. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday, 8th May 2020 dedicated to the nation a new 80-km road in Uttarakhand which connects close to the Line of Actual Control (LAC) and opens a new route for Kailash Mansarovar yatra through part of an area to which Nepal is raising issue and claiming it as its own. What is the area which Nepal is contending?
Jogbani
Panitanki
Lipulekh Pass
Raxaul
4. Which company has opened India's biggest rights issue worth Rs 53,125 crore for subscription today, 20th May 2020?
Adani Group
Vedanta
Reliance Industries
Future Group
5. Which company announces ‘World’s Fifth Most Powerful’ Supercomputer in Partnership With OpenAI on 19th May 2020?
Apple
Microsoft
IBM
Google





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BTS Quiz- 3

1. Whom did BTS collaborate with in the MV- 'Mic Drop'?
[A]Halsey
[B]Steve Aoki
[C]The Chainsmokers


2. When did BTS get their first win?
[A]May 7, 2013
[B]May 5, 2015
[C]June 13, 2014


3. How many awards has BTS won?
[A]109
[B]56
[C]265


4. Which of these is J-Hope's solo song?
[A]Base Line
[B]Euphoria
[C]Seesaw


5. When is Jeon Jungkook's birthday?
[A]September 14, 1996
[B]September 1, 1997
[C]December 26, 1997


6. Which member gets teased by his Hyungs for his short height?
[A]Jungkook
[B]Jimin
[C]Hoseok


7. Which member (surprisingly) doesn't like wearing shoes?
[A]Jungkook
[B]Taehyung
[C]Hoseok


8. Which member scolds the others the most?
[A]Yoongi
[B]Hobi
[C]Jin


9. Which member takes dances the most seriously?
[A]Namjoon
[B]Jimin
[C]Hobi


10. Who became a princess in the dance practice of the song- Gogo
[A]Jin
[B]Taehyung
[C]Jungkook


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Monday, May 18, 2020

BTS Quiz- 2

1. Under which Company does BTS work?
[A]YG Entertainment
[B]JYP Entertainment
[C]BigHit Entertainment


2. Which famous line was said by the member, Yoongi?
[A]"Very no fun."
[B]You like this chain? Three dollars.
[C]"Hey! Stob it!"


3. Who is the sunshine of the group?
[A]Hoseok
[B]Jimin
[C]Jin


4. What is the name of BTS's fandom?
[A]Bulletproofs
[B]A.R.M.Y.
[C]Dreams


5. What does Bangtan Sonyeondan mean in English?
[A]Bulletproof Boy Scouts
[B]Behind The Scene
[C]Bangtan Boys


6. The lyrics for BTS debut song “No More Dream” are written by RM and which member?
[A]Jungkook
[B]Suga
[C]V


7. What was BTS's first album?
[A]Wings
[B]O!RUL8, 2?
[C]Dark And Wild


8. What was BTS's first Japanese album?
[A]Wake Up
[B]Face Yourself
[C]Love Yourself


9. What was BTS's first World Tour named?
[A]Map Of The Soul
[B]Love Yourself
[C]The Red Bullet


10. What is the full form of A.R.M.Y.?
[A]Adorable Representator MC for Youth
[B]Adorable Representative MC for Youth
[C]Adorable Representative MC of Youth


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BTS Quiz -1

1. Who has the stage name 'RM'?
[A] Taehyung
[B]Jin
[C]Kim Namjoon


2. Who all are in the Rap Line?
[A]V, Jin, RM
[B]J- Hope, Suga, RM
[C]Jimin, Suga, Jungkook


3. The eighth BT21 member represents the fan base 'A.R.M.Y.' Who is it?
[A]Mang
[B]Chimmy
[C]Van


4. I purple you!' This line was originally made by?
[A]Taehyung
[B]Taehyung's Sister
[C]Jimin


5. Who is known for his Dad Jokes?
[A]Jin
[B]Yoongi
[C] Jimin


6. Who was the last member to join BTS?
[A]Kim Taehyung
[B]Park Jimin
[C]Jung Hoseok


7. When is Kim Taehyung's birthday?
[A]December 30, 1996
[B]December 30, 1997
[C]December 30, 1995


8. Bang Si-hyuk (BTS's Manager) used to be a composer, arranger and producer for another music company. Which one?
[A]JYP Entertainment
[B]SM Entertainment
[C]YG Entertainment


9. Jimin, you got no jams. Who said these lines?
[A]J- Hope
[B]V
[C]RM


10. Who has the name AGUST D?
[A]Jin
[B]RM
[C]Suga


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