Rajasthan Current Affairs Solved Questions asked in Various Examinations -
2013 - Guard, RSRTC L.W.I.
2012 - III Grade teacher, RTET, Headmaster, Jr. Accountant, RAS/RTS Pre.
2011 - II Grade Teacher, Stenographer, LDC Exam, Patwar, Gramsevak
2010 - II Grade Teacher, II Grade Teacher Sanskkrit Deptt., Raj. Police, Van Rakshak, BSTC
2009 - Raj. Police
2008 - Raj. Police, RPSC Teacher Gen.
Que 1. सितंबर 2010 में पहली महिला पुलिस बटालियन को राजस्थान के पुलिस बैंड में शामिल किया गया है, उसका नाम क्या है?
Ans. हाड़ी रानी बटालियन
Explanation: Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot inducted the country's first all-women battalion, “Hadi Rani”, into Rajasthan Police at a convocation parade organised at Sultan Singh Stadium at the Police Training Centre in Jodhpur on 26 Sept, 2010. A total of 480 women police officers from various districts have been appointed to the battalion.
Que 2. हाल ही में चर्चित सरिस्का बाघ अभ्यारण्य के किस स्थान पर शिव व नौगजा (शांतिनाथ जैन मंदिर) स्थित है?
Other Famous Places Around Sariska National Park:
The Kankwari Fort :
Among the historic landmarks located within the Sariska national park, includes the Kankwari For, where, Emperor Aurangzeb once imprisoned his brother, Dara Shikoh.
The Ancient Shiva Temples :
Within the area of the Sariska tiger sanctuary, Neelkanth temples, that dates back to the 6th-13th century AD, now in ruins, afford a wonderful sight to the visitors.
Que 3. राजस्थान में सुनवाई का अधिकार अधिनियम 2012 कब लागू हुआ?
Ans. 1 अगस्त 2012
Explanation: RTI Foundation of India
The state of Rajasthan has taken the lead in executing a legislation which entitles the citizen to a time bound legal remedy to their grievances over government services. Under the Right to Hearing Act, 2012, all the government officials shall be bound to dispose the complaints within a stipulated time period failing which action shall be initiated against them an amount of Rs. 500 to Rs. 5,000 can be deducted from their salaries with disciplinary action. The Act aims at providing relief at the very point where grievances originates and would aid in giving immediate relief to the complainants. The Right to Hearing Act, 2012 would complement the Public Services Guarantee Act, which covers 153 services of 18 departments. Along with the Right to Information (RTI) Act, these legislations would lead to governance with accountability and transparency. The Chief Minister of Rajasthan Mr. Ashok Gehlot said "The act in itself is unique and aims to ensure all complaints of the common man with regard to governance are addressed and disposed in a time-bound manner."
The main features of the Right to Hearing Act, 2012 are:
- Provision for Citizens to get an opportunity for hearing their grievance near their residence like the gram panchayat, tehsil, sub-division or district level.
- It shall be mandatory to hear the complaints and dispose them within a stipulated time.
- Public hearing officers (PHO) and appellate authorities have been formed. The complainant has the right to appeal up to two levels, if he is dis-satisfied.
- PHO have to dispose of the complaint within 15 days and if the complaint is rejected, the reason must be stated in writing.
Rajasthan was the first state to implement the Right to Information (RTI) Act. Further, under the Public Services Guarantee Act, out of more than 57 lakh complaints that were received, 56.33 lakh have already been disposed. (Source: http://www.rtifoundationofindia.com)
Que 4. राजस्थान के किस जिले में अनुसूचित जनजातियों की संख्या का जिले की कुल जनसंख्या से अनुपात सर्वाधिक है?
Ans. बांसवाड़ा (जबकि सर्वाधिक अनुसूचित जनजातियों जनसंख्या उदयपुर में है।)
District wise distribution of tribal population shows that they have their highest concentration in Banswara district (72.3 per cent), followed by 65.1 percent and 47.9 per cent in Dungarpur and Udaipur districts respectively. Nagaur ( 0.2 per cent) preceded by Bikaner (0.4 per cent) has the lowest share of tribal population in the total population.
Que. 5 राजस्थान का नवीनतम राष्ट्रीय उद्यान कौनसा है?
Explanation: Darrah National Park in Rajasthan, India is a national park established in 2004 consisting of three wildlife sanctuaries in Rajasthan—Darrah Wildlife Sanctuary, Chambal Wildlife Sanctuary, and Jaswant Sagar Wildlife Sanctuary.