New Delhi: For those longing to meet a pro-active and workaholic Prime Minister Narendra Modi in person, the central government is organising a contest for Indian nationals giving them a golden opportunity to fullfill their desire to meet the iconic leader.
As per reports, the Centre is organising a contest asking participants to answer 20 questions related to various initiatives taken by the NDA government in five minutes and get a chance to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi in person to receive a certificate signed by him.
As part of the MyGov initiative, a ‘governance quiz’ has been organised on the mygov.in portal to find out how well people know about the government’s initiatives aimed at improving governance.
The 20 questions are randomly picked from the question bank so that chances are less that they are same for different participants.
You can be asked about the solar energy capability added in 2015-16, the approximate amount of money transferred through the direct benefit transfer (DBT) scheme, the amount agriculture scholars get as senior fellows in third year and the number of districts covered under the Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao scheme.
The participant has to click on one of the four options on the scheme. A scorecard is displayed to tell how much one has scored.
The website says that winners will be adjudged on the basis of maximum number of correct answers. And in case, multiple participants give same number of correct answers, then the one who took the least time to complete the quiz will be declared winner.
The option of skipping ‘tough’ questions and returning to them later is also available.
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