Expected Current Affairs Questions for CGL Exam

By | January 15, 2018

Preparing for SSC Combined Graduate Level Exam? Here are the Most Important and Expected Current Affairs Questions


SSC CGL 2018 Tier-1 Exam is tentatively scheduled for August 2018, the exact dates are yet to be announced by SSC. It is expected that Exam will be held in 2nd and 4th Week of August. Earlier the exam was scheduled to be held in May 2018, but due to some reasons, the exam was postponed to the month of August.


It is worth mentioning here that even CGL 2018 Exam was held in the month of August. If, you are interested, then here is the Fully solved SSC CGL 2018 Question Paper

Another important thing, that everyone, want to know here is the availability of Admit cards. In our previous post, we have informed about the schedule for availability of SSC CGL Admit cards. It is expected that Admit cards can be downloaded from the Last week of July 2018


If, you remember, in our previous post, we have shared the 10 Most expected Questions for CGL Exam and today, in this post, we will discuss the Important and Expected Current affairs Question. As, you know that Current Affairs Questions, has a weighted of 4-5 marks in SSC CGL General Awareness section, therefore it is a must that you should go through these questions and who knows, some of these might figure in the upcoming CGL Exam.

Those candidates who are going to apply and appear for SSC CGL 2018 Tier-1 Exam this page is going to very helpful for them cause on this page we are going to share All Expected Questions from Current Affairs Section. So, during your Exam Preparation, you just need to go through it.

Expected Current Affairs Questions for CGL 2018 Exam

1) New Secretary General for Common wealth


Replacing Senior Indian, Diplomat Kamlesh Sharma, Patricia Scotland has taken over the New Secretary General of Common wealth, 


2) Vietnam gets new Prime Minister


On 7th April 2016, Nguyen Xuan Phuc was elected as the New Prime Minister of Vietnam by the Vietnamese Parliament. He succeeded Mr. Nguyen Tan Dung.



3) Nepal Gets its First Female Chief Justice


On 13th April 2016, Sushila Karki became the First women Chief Justice of Nepal’s Supreme court. Karki replaced Kalyan Shrestha who retired on April, 12


4) Obama nominates, India to head US cyber Security Body.


US President Obama nominated Master card CEO Ajay Banga, as a member of the commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity.


5) Obama Nominate Indian-American woman as Ambassador


Geeta Pasi, a career foreign service officer, has been nominated by US President Barack Obama, as Ambassador to Chad.


6) Helen Clark enters race to lead United Nations


Former, New Zealand Premier Helen Clark, enters the race for the post of Secretary-General of United Nations. Presently Clark heads the UN Development agency for seven years.


7) Director of James Bond Movies died at 93


Guy Hamilton, Legendary Director of Super hit Jame Bond Movies, died at the age of 93. 


8)  Doris Robert died at 90


Doris Robert, the meddling mother in “Everybody Love Raymond” died at the age of 90. She was nominated for 11 Emmy Awards, 7 for playing Marie Barone on Raymond.


9) Kyrgyz Prime Minister Resigns


Kyrgyzstan’s Prime Minister, Temir Sariyev, quits over corruption allegations, involving a road building contract won by a Chinese company. 

10) Iceland’s Prime Minister Resigns


Following revelations of his name in the so-called Panama Papers, Ice Land’s Prime Minister, Sigmunder David resigned on 5th April 2016

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