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Thursday, January 26, 2023

100 Current Affairs Topics For SSB Interview 2023


Having knowledge about Current Affairs and what is going on around you are a vital chance of proving your level of understanding and intelligence in front of Interviewing Officer at SSB. The way you express the information, the sequence of importance that you give to the news and how you discretise your personal views and create your own balanced perception on the topics is a very important thing that you must understand. Here is a list of the current affairs that you can go through at gunpoint as fast as possible. Just remember that this list never ends but this list is the priority list for you. Get your brains on board and have a good look. To those that attract your attention, have your own personal research and do maintain good notes of these. All the Best.

Current Affairs Topics For SSB Interview

  1. The Women’s T20 World Cup and how our Indian team performed.
  2. The draft recommendations passed by the nine working groups that are constituted after the recent Lok Sabha elections to consider new voting methods, capping the campaign expenditure of the political parties, online registration of new voters, etc.
  3. The views regarding the CoViD-19.
  4. Kerala reports the case of bird flu.
  5. Nirbhaya Convicts playing with judiciary measures of India.
  6. The crisis of the Yes Bank and how people (especially Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman, P. Chidambaram, etc.) are putting their points on it – understanding finance.
  7. Nari Shakti awards and the POP of the OTA Chennai.
  8. Madhya Pradesh Class 10 Social Science Exam paper calls PoK as “Azad Kashmir”.
  9. A review on Protection of Rights and Safety of Women at Workplace and underlying Acts passed by the Parliament.
  10. Victoria Memorial Hall in Kolkata to display a miniature painting of Rani Padmini – Learn who is Rani Padmini and why this news is important, what actually VMH Kolkata displays.
  11. Sunehri Masjid in Peshawar, Pakistan allows women worshippers into mosque – something that occurred after 23 years of its history.
  12. Trump replaces the White House Chief of Staff for the third time – Mark Meadows is strong among his defenders.
  13. Ceasefire violations in Syria’s Idlib by Turkey – true or false?
  14. What does the recent Supreme Court of India order reinstating virtual currency activities mean? Why is such currency problematic? What ecosystem does it make?
  15. India shares two SARS-CoV-2 genome sequences with GISAID.
  16. The US – Taliban deal and the case of this with Afghanistan.
  17. 20th Edition of Indian Film Festival at Bhubaneshwar.
  18. Flipkart co-founder Sachin Bansal and his close family members accused of dowry harassment by his wife.
  19. A brief history of Sedition Law and what it impacts on today’s politics.
  20. USCIRF and its interference in Indian affairs to hear witnesses on NRC and CAA.
  21. Iranian Prime Minister’s remarks about Muslim’s condition in India due to CAA.
  22. N. S. Vishwanathan, one of the four Deputy Governors of RBI, seeks early retirement.
  23. SEBI launched an app for airing investor grievance.
  24. The elections of the Federal states on USA (Read about Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Michael Bloomberg).
  25. Companies Act for decriminalising offences – A nod given by Government to change.
  26. 4th Guwahati International Music Festival held in Guwahati.
  27. India’s Unemployment rate rises to 7.78% in February: CMIE.
  28. Facebook launches new campaign “More Together” in India.
  29. Government allows airlines to provide in-flight Wi-Fi services.
  30. City chowk in Jammu renamed as “Bharat Mata Chowk”. Circular road chowk in Jammu renamed as “Atal Ji Chowk”.
  31. PM Modi’s visits to other nations – those planned and those which have been cancelled.
  32. India tops ICC World Test Championship points table. Australia ranks second.
  33. Dutee Chand wins 200m Gold at Khelo India University Games.
  34. India approved as Observer of Indian Ocean Commission.
  35. 4th International Diabetes Summit 2020 started in Pune by Chellaram Diabetes Institute.
  36. First ever Khelo India Winter games begin at Gulmarg in Kashmir.
  37. Around 40.59 percent of the crimes related to the environment in the country committed in Rajasthan during 2014-16.
  38. International Women’s Day observed on March 8th. Theme: I am Generation Equality: Realizing Women’s Rights. Aim: To bring together people of every gender, age, ethnicity, race, religion, and country in a bid to drive actions that will lead to a gender-equal world we all deserve.
  39. Kerala Govt to Offer Safe Homes Rs 70,000 Aid to Inter-Faith and Inter-Caste Married Couples.
  40. Google announced plans to open its second “Cloud” region in India in Delhi next year and help regulated industries such as healthcare and financial services as well as public sector organizations across the country to achieve their Cloud goal. Google launched the Mumbai region in 2017.
  41. The three-day-long Namaste Orchha festival kick-started to promote tourism showcasing the rich culture and history of the town in MP. The festival was organized by Madhya Pradesh Tourism Board to improve the state as a leading tourism destination.
  42. SpaceX to launch three space tourists to ISS next year.
  43. Mizoram celebrates Chapchar Kut – the festival of the Mizos.
  44. PM to participate in Jan Aushadhi diwas celebrations.
  45. The Lok Sabha approves Mines and Mineral Laws (Amendment) Bill over the Delhi violence and other issues. Mines and Mineral Laws the Bill proposes to remove end-use restrictions for participating in coal mine auctions, and it will open up the coal sector fully for commercial mining for all domestic and global companies.
  46. Bangladesh-based international development organization BRAC retained its position as the top NGO of the world for the 5th consecutive year.
  47. The government of Jammu and Kashmir adopted a nine-pronged strategy to realize the goal of doubling farmer’s income by 2022.
  48. US President Donald Trump signed an 8.3 billion US Dollars measure to help tackle the coronavirus outbreak killed 12 people in the US and infected more than 200.
  49. The Competition Commission of India (CCI) organized the Fifth National Conference on Economics of Competition Law at the India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, on 6 March 2020.
  50. Smt Amita Pandove was sworn in as the Information Commissioner, Central Information Commission (CIC). The oath of office was administered by the Chief Information Commissioner, Shri Bimal Julka. With her induction, the total number of Information Commissioners in the Central Information Commission, including Chief Information Commissioner, has gone up to 7.
  51. The desi “Air Force One” will be ready to fly the President or Prime Minister by 2021. It is equipped with advanced missile defence measures. India has signed around $190 million to deal with the US for two self-protection suites (SPS).
  52. Janez Jansa, an anti-immigrant politician, was elected as the new Prime Minister of Slovenia.
  53. Ministry of Home Affairs has approved the automated facial recognition system (AFRS) for the identification of unrecognized bodies, missing children, and criminals. It was announced by the Union Minister of State for Home G Kishan Reddy.
  54. The Fourth Global Ayurveda Festival (GAF) will be held at Kochi in Kerala from 16-20 May.
  55. Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) has lowered the interest rate on PF deposits to 8.5% for the current financial year 2019-20.
  56. Kobita Utsav, a poetry festival, is being held in Kolkata on 5 March. The festival aims to encourage the reading of Bengali poems among the younger generation. It will be held from 5-8 March. The festival was inaugurated by Eminent painter Jogen Choudhury.
  57. Lok Sabha passed the amendment of the Direct Tax Vivad Se Vishwas Bill, 2020, on 4 March. The Bill was introduced in Lok Sabha by the Minister of Finance Nirmala Sitharaman on 5 February 2020. Aim: The amendment will extend the scope to cover litigation pending in various debt recovery tribunals (DRTs). It also provides an opportunity to settle direct tax disputes within the current financial year by waiving interest and penalty on their pending taxes.
  58. The 4th Edition of the Women Transforming India Awards (WTI) is to be awarded on 8 March 2020, the International Women’s Day. The award ceremony is organized by NITI Aayog’s Women Entrepreneurship Platform. The Women Transforming India Awards 2019 will be conferred by the Defence Minister Rajnath Singh.
  59. “International Conference on Nano Science and Technology” (ICONSAT) is being held from 5-7 March at Kolkata. It was organized by the Department of Science and Technology (DST) Nano Mission that functions under the Ministry of Science and Technology.
  60. Union Minister of Women & Child Development Smriti Zubin Irani released a book, titled “Chronicles of Change Champions” at an event held in New Delhi on 5 March. This book speaks about the advent of Beti Bachao Beti Padhao (BBBP) programme in our country.
  61. National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) has infused Rs.1.46 lakh crore in the rural banking system during the current fiscal.
  62. ISRO launch of earth observation satellite GISAT-1 has been postponed due to technical reasons. Earlier, it was planned to launch the earth observation satellite on 5 March. ISRO has revised the launch date, and it will be informed in due course. The satellite was one of the key launches planned by the country’s space agency for 2020.
  63. The Inter-Ministerial Approval Committee (IMAC) held under the Chairpersonship of Union Food Processing Industries Minister Smt. Harsimrat Kaur Badal approved ten projects in New Delhi. The cost of the project worth Rs.301.54 crore and a total grant-in-aid of Rs.67.29 crore has been sanctioned.
  64. Gairsain was made the new summer capital of Uttarakhand. The announcement was made by Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat at the assembly session convened in Gairsain.
  65. Mumbai will be hosting the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) session in 2023. The announcement was passed by IOC president Thomas Bach.
  66. Jammu and Kashmir government has launched Student Health Card scheme in Jammu on 5 March. It was launched by Lt. Governor G.C. Murmu at a programme organized by Directorate of Mid-day Meal, School Education Department in association with National Health Mission at Teachers Bhavan Jammu.
  67. The Union Ministry of Tribal Affairs (MoTA) reintroduced the Model Guidelines for Conservation, Management, and sustainable use of Community Forest Resources (CFR Guideline) under the Forest Rights Act, 2006. MoTA created a committee to examine and recommend CFR Guidelines under FRA. The committee will be headed by NC Saxena, a former member of the Planning Commission of India and of the National Advisory Council.
  68. Luxembourg has become the first government to have made free public transport free. The move came with effect from 1 March. As per the move, buses, trams, and trains in the country became completely free of charge.
  69. The Union Minister Jitendra Singh announced that ISRO’s Chandrayaan-III would be launched in the first half of 2021. A slight delay might happen in the launching of the third moon mission.
  70. Pragyan Conclave 2020 commenced on 4 March 2020 at Manekshaw Centre, New Delhi. It will be held on 4-5 March. The two-day Indian Army International Seminar is being organized by the Centre for Land Warfare Studies (CLAWS). Aim: The event aims to bring together a cross-domain national and international experts to deliberate on the complex subject of Changing Characteristics of Land Warfare and its Impact on the Military.
The Editorial Team at SSBCrack consists of professional writers, journalists and defence aspirants.



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