Bihar Current Affairs- June 14, 2024

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Bihar Current Affairs- June 14, 2024


  1. Which state has secured the first position in promoting nutrition gardens across the country?
  2. What is the objective of promoting nutrition gardens in Bihar?
  3. Where will the Child Abuse Center for Cyber Safety be established?
  4. What kind of training will Bihar’s Cyber Wing receive?
  5. How much funding has Bihar received from the central government for the financial year 2023-24?
  6. What does this funding include for Bihar?
  7. From which block in Bihar is IPL fast bowler Mayank Yadav?
  8. What will be inaugurated at the Patna Museum?
  9. What has been discovered in the excavations at Rajgir’s fort grounds?
  10. How old are the structures found at Rajgir’s fort grounds?
  11. What status has Patna city achieved in the Swachh Survekshan 2023?
  12. Who from Bihar has been named a Young Global Leader for 2024?
  13. What is the purpose of the National Agriculture Development Scheme’s grant to Bihar?
  14. When was the world’s first postage stamp issued and from where?
  15. What material was the world’s first postage stamp made of?
  16. Which regions in Bihar have seen a significant benefit from the maize crop this year?
  17. What project is underway in the Fatuha industrial area?
  18. What will be exhibited at the Lalit Kala Academy in Delhi?


  1. Bihar has secured the first position in promoting nutrition gardens across the country.
  2. The objective is to improve the nutrition and health of primary school children.
  3. A Child Abuse Center for Cyber Safety will be established at BIT Mesra.
  4. Bihar’s Cyber Wing will receive AI-based training.
  5. Bihar has received approximately ₹1.73 lakh crore.
  6. This amount includes Bihar’s share in central taxes, centrally sponsored schemes, and GST state share.
  7. Mayank Yadav is from Supaul’s Maulana block.
  8. The state’s first antiquities conservation laboratory will be inaugurated.
  9. Structures dating back around 2,500 years, including various historical periods.
  10. The structures are about 2,500 years old.
  11. Patna has been awarded a garbage-free 1-star city status.
  12. Sharad Sagar has been named a Young Global Leader.
  13. The grant will promote sweet corn cultivation.
  14. The first postage stamp was issued on April 1, 1774, from Patna, then known as Azimabad.
  15. The stamp was made of copper.
  16. Farmers in the Seemanchal and Kosi regions.
  17. A 28 KM pipeline for PNG supply is being laid.
  18. An exhibition of 100 rare Mithila paintings on the Ramayana.

Additional Questions:

  1. What are the historical periods represented in the structures found at Rajgir’s fort grounds?
  2. What features were discovered in the pre-Mauryan structures at Rajgir?
  3. How does PNG reduce carbon emissions in industrial applications?
  4. What financial support is Bihar receiving for agriculture in the fiscal year 2024-25?
  5. What award did Indore receive in the Swachh Survekshan 2023?
  6. What type of art will be featured in the exhibition at the Lalit Kala Academy?
  7. What support has the Bihar government provided to maize farmers in the Seemanchal and Kosi regions?
  8. What is the total length of the PNG pipeline being laid in the Fatuha industrial area?
  9. What is the purpose of the antiquities conservation laboratory at the Patna Museum?

Additional Answers:

  1. The periods include pre-Mauryan, Mauryan, Kushan, early Gupta, Gupta, and later periods.
  2. The pre-Mauryan structures included earthquake-resistant buildings and concrete roads.
  3. PNG reduces carbon emissions from factories by ten times.
  4. Bihar will receive ₹54.99 lakh to promote sweet corn cultivation.
  5. Indore received a 7-star status.
  6. The exhibition will feature Mithila paintings on the Ramayana.
  7. The support included training and seed support.
  8. The total length of the pipeline is 28 KM.
  9. The purpose is to preserve and restore historical artifacts and antiquities.

Bihar Current Affairs- January 4, 2023

  1. As part of the state’s “Mukhaya Mantri Udyami Yojna” initiative, the Bihar government has introduced two programmes called the “Mukhya Mantri Yuva Udyaymi Yojna” and the “Mukhya Mantri Mahila Udyami Yojna” to encourage entrepreneurship among young and women of various socioeconomic backgrounds.
  2. The Mukhya Mantri Udyami Yojna, which was launched in 2018, was only open to people who belonged to the SC, ST, and extremely backward classes (EBCs).

3-Starting today, young people and women of all races and creeds who want to start their own business will be given a loan of Rs. 10 lakh, of which Rs. 5 lakh will come in the form of a grant from the state government and the remaining Rs. 5 lakh will be a loan that will be repaid over the course of 84 instalments.

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4-The Har Ghar Gangajal project, which the Bihar government plans to launch, will transport water from the Ganga river to the state’s parched areas that are not located along the river’s course.

5-Har Ghar Gangajal programme to be implemented as part of the Jal, Jeevan, Hariyali scheme of the state government

6-The Langat Singh College in Muzaffarpur, Bihar’s 106-year-old astronomical observatory, has been added to the UNESCO list of observatories that are world historic sites. In the eastern region of India, this observatory is a first.

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7-Nitish Kumar, the chief minister of Bihar, recently opened the biggest rubber dam in the nation as well as a steel bridge across the Falgu River near the Vishnupad Temple. On September 22, 2020, CM Nitish Kumar laid the building’s cornerstone.

Nitish Kumar
Nitish Kumar

8-On Wednesday, the BJP, the only opposition party in Bihar, referred to Nitish Kumar’s “Samadhan Yatra” as “Vyawadhan Yatra” and said it will serve as his “farewell yatra.”

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9-On Wednesday, Nitish Kumar is expected to start the Samadhan Yatra, which would culminate on January 29 in Sheikhpura, from Valmikinagar in West Champaran.

10-Jan Jeevan Hariyali Yojana, one of Nitish Kumar’s pet projects, celebrated its fourth anniversary, although none of the ministers from the RJD quota were present.

11-On Tuesday, BJP President J.P. Nadda said that the Mahagathbandhan administration had brought back “Jungle Raj” in Bihar.

J.P. Nadda
  • He further charged that Nitish Kumar, the chief minister of Bihar, was responsible for the state’s breakdown of law and order when the RJD took office and for bringing about “Jungle Raj” by severing ties with the BJP.

12-RJD politician and former Bihar Agriculture Minister Sudhakar Singh, who caused controversy by referring to Chief Minister Nitish Kumar as “Shikhandi,” continued by calling him a “bheekmanga” (beggar) on Tuesday.

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