Best Current Affairs 8 July 2022 – MCQs for all Competitive Exams

Daily Current Affairs 8 July 2022 – Best Current Affairs questions and MCQs with explanations for all competitive and government exams like UPSC CSE, CDS, NDA, SSC CGL, CHSL, BANKING, RAILWAYS, RRB, RBI, CISF, CAPF, UGC NET, and other central and state government exams.

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Daily Current Affairs 8 July 2022 – Best Questions and MCQs

  1. who is the new CEO and MD of SBI General Insurance?
    a. Paritosh Tripathi
    b. P.C. Kandpal
    c. Dinesh Kumar Khara
    d. C.S. Setty

    Answer – a. Paritosh Tripathi

    Extra Points
    Dinesh Kumar Khara is the present Chairman of SBI and C.S. Setty is the present Managing Director of SBI.

  2. SBI has recently launched an insurance plan for coverage of comprehensive cyber risks and attacks. what is the name of this insurance plan?
    a. Cyber risks and attacks insurance
    b. digibanking insurance
    c. Cyber VaultEdge insurance
    d. Cyber Security insurance

    Answer – c. Cyber VaultEdge insurance

    Solution in Detail
    SBI has recently launched the Cyber VaultEdge Insurance Plan for coverage of comprehensive cyber risks and attacks. This plan includes theft of Funds, Identity Theft, Cyber Bullying, Cyber Stalking and Loss of Reputation, Cyber Shopping, Online shopping, Social Media and Media Liability, Network Security Liability, Privacy Breach and Data Breach Liability, and Smart Home Cover amongst others.

  3. Startup School initiative has been launched by which company?
    a. Facebook
    b. Google
    c. Twitter
    d. Both a and b

    Answer – b. Google

    Extra Points
    Google CEO – Sundar Pichai
    Google was founded on 4th September 1998

  4. which Indian woman has become the first woman in the world to feature on the “Wall of former chief economists” of IMF?
    a. Gita Gopinath
    b. Jayati Ghosh
    c. Devaki Jain
    d. Bina Agarwal

    Answer – a. Gita Gopinath

    Solution in detail
    India-born Gita Gopinath became the first woman and second Indian to feature on the “wall of former chief economists” of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The first Indian to achieve the honour was Raghuram Rajan who was Chief Economist and Director of Research of IMF between 2003 and 2006.

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