Today Current Affairs Quiz 27th October 2021: Daily Current Affairs Question Answer for UPSC IAS, SSC, PCS, Banking exams and other government jobs

Publish Date: 27 Oct, 2021 |

Daily Current Affairs 27th October 2021:

This article will walk you through the Current Affairs facts as of 27th October 2021. Presented here is your daily dose of Current Events and GK.

1. According to the report of Swiss brokerage company UBS Securities India, what will be the economic growth rate of India in 2021-2022?

The Indian economy will grow at the rate of 9.5% in 2021-22. It had declined by 7.3 percent in 2020-21. Swiss brokerage company UBS Securities India said that the economy will pick up further in the second half of the current financial year due to suppressed demand and vaccination. However, the growth rate is projected to decline to 7.7% in 2022-23. The economy will grow more rapidly in the second half.

2. Recently, the army of which country has dissolved the government by arresting the Prime Minister and the ministers of the interim government and imposing an emergency?

The army has arrested several members of Sudan, including the country's prime minister and several ministers of the interim government. There has been a military coup in Sudan. The army has detained the interim prime minister of Sudan. Along with this, many other top people have also been detained. The Sudanese Professionals Association, the country's main pro-democracy group, has called on people to take to the streets to counter the military coup.

3. Which state government has recently announced 'free education’ for all students up to class 12 in government schools?

Recently, the Haryana government has announced 'free education' for all students up to class 12 in government schools. According to the announcement of the state government, students of classes 9 to 12 will not be charged any kind of fee in the schools, as well as free books will also be provided to them. It is worth noting that the concept of 'free education' is already applicable till class 8 in 'middle school' across the country, while now the state government plans to extend this concept to class 12 in government schools.

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