General Awareness: For IBPS, Never Miss These 20 July Facts

General Awareness_july2016

Dear Reader, many of you are busy with preparation for IBPS exams. In this article, we are presenting vital GK facts from July 2016. By spending just 5 to 10 minutes, you will be able to memorize the below list.

  1. The first country to open high-band spectrum for 5G network is the United States.

  2. The largest indigenously-built transport aircraft by China is Y – 20.

  3. The World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) has announced that 2016 is set to be the world’s hottest year on record.

  4. The world’s third richest person is Amazon’s Jeff Bezos.

  5. World’s largest seaplane AG600 aircraft was introduced by China.

  6. The first woman to crown as the Democratic presidential nominee is Hillary Clinton.

  7. The first state in the country to introduce minimum wages for part time workers is Rajasthan.

  8. The first Indian city to get water connectivity service through metro rail is Kochi.

  9. India’s first spa for transgender was launched in Tamil Nadu.

  10. The first virtual 3D Zebra crossing is made at Rajaji Marg in New Delhi.

  11. The first country to contribute to UN trust fund is India.

  12. The first Indian bank to issue of ‘masala bonds’ is HDFC.

  13. World’s favourite company from ‘Global Top 100 Companies’ list is Apple.

  14. The first Indian-American actor to receive a nomination for the ‘Emmy Award’, 2016 is Aziz Ansari.

  15. The world’s first hospital on a train that completed 25 years of service on 16th July 2016 is the Lifeline Express.

  16. The first Indian to win the ‘Mr World’ title 2016 is Rohit Khandelwal.

  17. The first woman violinist who was selected for the prestigious 2016 Sangita Kalanidhi award is Kanyakumari.

  18. The first woman Chief Justice of Nepal is Sushila Karki.

  19. The world’s first 3D printing restaurant ‘Food Ink’ has opened in London.

  20. The first Indian Test Captain to score a double century outside India is ViratKohli.

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