1. ‘REWARD Program’ is assisted by which institution in India?

[A] World Bank

Answer :- [World Bank]

Rejuvenating Watersheds for Agricultural Resilience through Innovative Development (REWARD) program is a World Bank-assisted initiative that is being implemented from 2021 to 2026.
Its implementation was reviewed recently by Secretary, Department of Land Resources (DoLR) and the World Bank team.

2. ‘Atal Bhujal Yojana’, which was seen in the news, is implemented by which Union Ministry?

[A] Ministry of MSME
[B] Ministry of Jal Shakti
[C] Ministry of Commerce and Industry
[D] Ministry of Defence

Answer :- [Ministry of Jal Shakti]

The Atal Bhujal Yojana (Atal Jal), a central sector water conservation scheme, will continue for an additional two years beyond its original 2025 end date. It is implemented by the Ministry of Jal Shakti.
The major objective of the Scheme is to improve the management of groundwater resources in select water stressed areas in identified states viz. Gujarat, Haryana, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh.

3. Which Union Ministry unveiled the ‘National Medical Devices Policy, 2023’?

[A] Ministry of Defence
[B] Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
[C] Ministry of Women and Child Development
[D] Ministry of social Justice and Empowerment

Answer :- [Ministry of Health and Family Welfare]

National Medical Devices Policy, 2023 was unveiled recently by India’s Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya.
He also launched the Export Promotion Council for Medical Devices along with Assistance for Medical Devices clusters for Common Facilities (AMD-CF).

4. Who has been appointed as the Chairperson of the Cheetah Project Steering Committee set up by NTCA?

[A] Rajesh Bansal
[B] Jitendra Singh
[C] Ashwini Vaishnaw
[D] Gagandeep Singh Bedi

Answer :- [Rajesh Bansal]

National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) has constituted an 11-member Cheetah Project Steering Committee.
Rajesh Bansal, the Secretary General of Global Tiger Forum, has been appointed as its Chairman, the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change said in a statement.

5. XPoSat, India’s first polarimetry mission, is being built by which institution?


Answer :- [ISRO]

XPoSat (X-Ray Polarimeter Satellite) is India’s first polarimetry mission. It is currently being built by ISRO and Raman Research Institute.
According to ISRO, “XPoSat will study various dynamics of bright astronomical X-ray sources in extreme conditions” and will carry two payloads. It is only the world’s second polarimetry mission to study various dynamics of bright astronomical X-ray sources in extreme conditions.



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