Thursday, 29 September 2016

BANKING AWARENESS QUIZ 29/09/2016

1.The Banking Ombudsman 
a. is in charge of bank loan for buses,
b. fixes the rates of interest for loans
c. resolves complaints of customers
d. issues licences for new bank branches
e. is the head of all nationalized banks


2.Which of the following is NOT a source of funds of a commercial bank?
a. Capital
b. Borrowings from RBI
c. Call money
d. Deposits
e. Cash reserves with RBI


3.Scheduled bank refers to a bank
a. authoriesd by central government to transaction government business.
b. registered with ministry of finance , govt. of India
c. Which is included in the second schedule to the RBI act, 1934.
d. incorporated as a cooperative society.
e. none.


4. Which of the following fall under the qualitative method of credit control adopted by RBI?
a. Selective credit control
b. Moral suasion
c. Credit authorization scheme
d. all of the above
e. none of these.


5.Truncation of cheques means?
a. scanning of the cheques and transmission of electronic image instead of physical cheque in the clearing cycle
b. debiting of drawer’s account through internet
c. Both of the above
d. none of the above
e. (a) or (b)


6.A Pledge means?
a. advanced against goods
b. hypothecation of goods
c. bailment of goods as security for payment of a debt or performance of a promise.
d. Open limits
e. none


7.Capital market refers to all the facilities and institutions arrangements for?
a. borrowing
b. lending
c. medium and long term funds
d. all
e. none 


8.Where the signature of the drawer of a cheque is not genuine, such a cheque is called?
a. post dated cheque
b. stale cheque
c. forged cheque
d. all
e. none


9.Which among the following is / are Post office deposits?
1. Senior Citizen Saving Scheme
2. Kisan Vikas Patra
3. Public Provident Fund
Select the correct option from the codes given below:

a. Only 1 & 2
b. Only 2 & 3
c. Only 1 & 3
d. 1, 2 & 3
e. none of these



10.The term ‘ways and means’ advances refer to
a. the temporary advance made to the government by its bankers to bridge the internal between expenditure and the flow of receipts of revenue
b. the advance given by the banks to the poorest of the society
c. lending made under PMRY scheme
d. All
e. none



Wednesday, 28 September 2016

QUANT QUIZ 29/09/2016

Direction (1-5):
In each question two equations are provided. On the basis of these you have to find out the relation between p and q. Give answer.

 

1.I. 5p²– 8p + 3 = 0
II. 2q² – 7q + 5 = 0
 

a. If p = q
b. if p > q
c. if p < q
d. if p ≥ q
e. if p ≤ q


2.I. 12 p² – p – 1 = 0
II. 6q²– 5q + 1 = 0
 

a. If p = q
b. if p > q
c. if p < q
d. if p ≥ q
e. if p ≤ q


3.I. 17 p²+ 15p – 2 = 0
II. 3q² + 7q + 4 = 0
 

a. If p = q
b. if p > q
c. if p < q
d. if p ≥ q
e. if p ≤ q 


4.I. p² – 6p + 8 = 0
II. 4q² – 4q –3 = 0
 

a. If p = q
b. if p > q
c. if p < q
d. if p ≥ q
e. if p ≤ q


5.I. 8p² + 10p + 3 = 0
II. 5q² – 8q + 3 = 0
 

a. If p = q
b. if p > q
c. if p < q
d. if p ≥ q
e. if p ≤ q


Directions (6-10):
In each of the following questions a number series is given. After the series, a number is given followed by (a), (b), (c), (d) and (e). You have to complete the series starting with the number given,  following the sequence of given series and answer the questions given below the series.

 

1.5    5    20    74    215    422
6    (a)    (b)    (c)    (d)    (e)


6.What will come in place of (b)?
a. 128
b. 155
c. 80
d. 135
e. None of these


12    18    42    102    222    432
41    (a)    (b)    (c)    (d)     (e)


7.What will come in place of (c)?
a. 151
b. 141
c. 121
d. 132
e. None of these


8    9      26     105    484
5   (a)    (b)    (c)    (d)      (e)


8.What will come in place of (e)?
a. 2085
b. 2285
c. 2185
d. 2205
e. None of these


9       10       3       12      1        0
25    (a)    (b)    (c)    (d)    (e)


9.What will come in place of (c)?
a. 36
b. 28
c. 30
d. 24
e. None of these


64    24    18      27     81
96    (a)    (b)    (c)    (d)    (e)


10.What will come in place of (b)?
a. 24
b. 30
c. 48
d. 50
e. None of these






Monday, 26 September 2016

REASONING PUZZLES QUIZ 27/09/2016

Directions (1-5):
Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow.

Ten persons are sitting in two parallel rows containing five persons each. In row 1, A, B, C, D and E are sittingand all of them are facing south. In row 2, P, Q, R, S and T are sitting and all of them are facing north. In thegiven seating arrangement, each member seated in a row faces another member of the other row. Moreover, each of them belongs to different countries — Australia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Belgium, Japan, India, Romania, Indonesia, Iran and Russia but not necessarily in the same order.
There are only two persons sitting between the Australian, who sits at an extreme end, and E. P, who sits in the middle of the row, is not an immediate neighbour of Q, who is not a Russian. T is sitting at an extreme end. E, a Japanese, sits on the immediate right of the person from Brazil and faces the
immediate neighhour of Q. B is not sitting at the extreme left end. P is not from Iran. There is only one person between C and D, who is from Australia. S, an Indian, is an immediate neighbour of the Russian and does not face the person from Bulgaria.
 R, who is from Belgium, is an immediate neighbour of the person from Iran, who in turn faces the immediate neighbour of the Japanese. There are two persons between the Romanian and the Bulgarian. B is not from Romania. T is not from Indonesia

1.A belongs to which of the following countries?
a. Indonesia
b. Romania
c. Bulgaria
d. None of these
e. Can't be determined

2.Who is from Indonesia?
a. R
b. B
c. T
d. P
e. Can't be determined

3.'Australia’ is related to 'Romania' in a certain way, based on their seating positions. Then Russia is related to whom, following the same seating positions?
a. Indonesia
b. Iran
c. Brazil
d. India
e. Belgium

4.Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on their seating positions and so form a group. Which of the following is different from the group?
a. Japan
b. Romania
c. Russia
d. Belgium
e. India

5.Which of the following statements is/are definitely false?
a. B is from Bulgaria.
b. There are two persons sitting between the Indian and the person from Iran.
c. The Brazilian faces the person from Indonesia.
d. The person who is from Iran sits opposite the Australian.
e. All are true

Directions (6-10):
Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow.

There are eight members of a family – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H. All of them are sitting around a circular table facing the centre. They belong to three different generations and there are three married couples among them. Also, four of them are males and four of them are of the opposite gender (though not necessarily in the same order.) Further, some more information is also given.

1. The son–inlow and grandson of H are immediate neighbours. G cannot be an immediate neighbor of her sister –inlaw.
2. B, a spinster, is sitting two places to the right of her grandfather E. A and his sibling D can't sit together
3. There are only three persons sitting between B and her aunt D. C, a married male, cannot be an immediate neighbour of either E or B.
4. F and B are not siblings. There is only one person sitting between C and his brotherinlaw.

6.What is the relationship of C with E?
a. Fatherinlaw
b. Son
c. Soninlaw
d. Brotherinlaw
e. Can't be determined

7.What is the position of H with respect to her granddaughter?
a. Second to the left
b. Third to the left
c. Fourth to the right
d. Third to the right
e. None of these

8.Which of the following is definitely the group of females?
a. H G F B
b. G D B A
c. B H D C
d. G D B H
e. G D C H

9.Who among the following is sitting exactly between G's daughter and C's son?
a. A's father
b. D's son
c. H's husband
d. B's father
e. None of these

10.How many persons are sitting between G and her brotherinlaw?
a. One
b. Two
c. Three
d. Four
e. Can't be determined

SOLUTIONS:

Directions (1-5)






Directions(6-10)










Friday, 23 September 2016

Important GK 23/09/2016


COMMITTEES IN NEWS JULY-SEPTEMBER 
TVSN Prasad Committee -- on use of Pellet Guns in Kashmir.
AK Sinha committee -- To study silt in river Ganga in Bihar.
SN Dhingra Commission--To probe the circumstances of grant or rejection of licences for development of colonies, group housing societies and commercial complexes in Gurgaon.
Ratan P Watal committee--To suggest steps to promote card payments through incentives like tax rebates and cash back schemes.
Shashi Shekhar Committee-- On World Culture Festival of AOL submitted report to NGT.
Abhinav Bindra Committee --To probe the shooters' Rio Games debacle.
Madhav Chitale committee--To prepare guidelines for desiltation of river Ganga.
MB Shah committee--To look into the ways to curb generation of black money.
unaccounted, untaxed wealth, and bring back funds stashed away overseas.
Anand Desai Committee --on Specific Relief Act, 1963 .
Arvind Subramanian panel--To review the minimum support price (MSP) and bonus for pulses.
Madhukar Gupta Committee--On border protection.
Pradeep Kumar Sinha Committee--On Trade Facilitation (NCTF) to develop the pan-India road map for trade facilitation.
Amitabh Kant Committee--To look at easing the policy regime for e-commerce players, including the rules for foreign direct investment (FDI).
Dr. Tarun Ramadorai committee--To study various facets of household finance in India.
Ganesh Singh committee--To examine provisions of the Land Acquisition Amendment Bill, 2015.
Sudarshan Sen committee--To study the regulatory issues relating to Financial Technology (Fintech) and Digital Banking in India
Dr. Shankar Acharya committee--To examine desirability and feasibility of new financial year



INDIA's RANKING IN DIFFERENT INDEXES
(2016 UPDATED) ~~~~
WORLD PRESS FREEDOM INDEX ? 133 ? topped by finland
GLOBAL COMPETITIVE INDEX ? 55 ? topped by Switzerland
GLOBAL PEACE INDEX ? 141 ? topped by Iceland
CORRUPTION INDEX ? 76 ? topped by Denmark
WORLD HAPPINESS INDEX ? 118 ? topped by Denmark
WORLD BANK EASE of DOING BUSINESS ? 130 ? topped by Singapore
WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM's GENDER GAP INDEX ? 108 ? topped by Iceland
GLOBAL HUNGER INDEX ? 55 ? topped by Central African Republic
HUMAN DEVELOPMENT INDEX ? 130 ? topped by Norway
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ENVIRONMENT INDEX ? 37 ? topped by Venezuela
WORLD BANK LOGISTICS INDEX ? 35 ? topped by Germany
WORLD ECONOMIC FREEDOM INDEX ? 112 ? topped by Hong-Kong
GLOBAL INNOVATION INDEX ? 66 ? topped by Switzerland
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT INDEX ? 110 ? topped by Sweden
WORLD RISK INDEX ? 77 ? topped by island of Vanuatu
FDI INFLOWS ? 10 ? topped by USA
GOOD COUNTRY INDEX ? 70 ? topped by Sweden
CRONY CAPITALISM INDEX ? 9 ? topped by Russia
Attractiveness Index Of Renewable Energy ? 3 ? topped by USA
GLOBAL CONNECTIVITY INDEX ? 44 ? topped by Sweden

GOVT SCHEMES 

1. DRISTHI -- Civil Aviation
2. SAMANVAY -- Rural Panchyats
3. DISHA -- Digital Literacy (Bihar)
4. eMUDRA -- Digital Signatures
5. eMIGRATE -- Foreign Employee
6. NOWCAST -- Insurance Web Portal
7. SPEEDPAY -- BSNL Mobile Wallet
8. Vidhyalakshmi -- Govt. For Education Loans
9. SEHAT-- Telemedicine Initiative
10. e Pragathi -- Integrated Governance ( AP)
11. PAHAL-- LPG Give It Up
12. SAHAJ -- LPG online
13. mAsset -- Assets Map of Gram Panchyats
14. Smart MIDC -- Digital Village By Microsoft (Maharashtra)
15. Meebhoomi -- Digital Deposit Of Land Records ( AP)
16. Khoya-Paya -- Missing Children's
17. eBiz -- Single Window For Bussiness Clernace
18. Rishta -- LED Based Street Lighting (Himachal Pradesh)
19. Eshakti -- NABARD Digitalisation For SHGS
20. Internet Saathi -- Google & TATA Supplies Bicycles To Rural


Monday, 19 September 2016

IMPORTANT GK 19/09/2016

TIME PERIOD IN FINANCIAL SYSTEM 

1. MACRO ECONOMIC TIME PERIOD 
## GDP ➡➡ yearly, quarterly, monthly 
## CALL MONEY ➡➡ OVERNIGHT 
## NOTICE MONEY ➡➡ 2-14 DAYS
## TERM MONEY ➡➡ 15 DAYS TO 1 YEAR
## CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSITS ➡➡ MIN 7 DAYS ➡➡ MAX 12 MONTHS
## COMMERCIAL PAPERS ➡➡ MIN 7 DAYS ➡➡ MAX 12 MONTHS 
## MARKET REPO ➡➡ 1DAY ➡➡ 1 YEAR
## RBI LAF ➡➡ 1 DAY
## NDTL ➡➡ 15 DAYS BASIS
## T BILLS ➡➡ 91,182,364 DAYS
## CBLO ➡➡ 1 YEAR AND ABOVE
## CAPITAL MARKET ➡➡1 YEAR AND ABOVE
## MONEY MARKET ➡➡ LESS THAN 1 YEAR
➡➡➖➖➡➡➖➖➡➡➖➖➡➡➖


2. TYPES OF MONEY
## M0 RESERVE MONEY ➡➡ WEEKLY
## M1 NARROW MONEY ➡➡ FORTNIGHT TO 15 DAYS
## M3 BROAD MONEY ➡➡ FORTNIGHT TO 15 DAYS
## L1 ➡➡ MONTHLY 
## L2 ➡➡ MONTHLY 
## L3 ➡➡ QUARTERLY ➡➡ 3 MONTHS 
➡➡➖➖➡➡➖➖➡➡➖➖➡➡➖


3. ## RBI FINANCIAL YEAR ➡➡ JULY 1st to June 30th
## BANKS ➡➡ APRIL 1st To MARCH 31st
➡➡➖➖➡➡➖➖➡➡➖➖➡➡➖
4. ACCOUNTS LIMIT (MIN AND MAX)
## SAVING ➡➡ NO MIN MAX
## CURRENT ➡➡ NO TIME PERIOD 
## RECURRING ➡➡ 6 MONTHS➡➡10 YEARS
## FIXED ➡➡ 14 DAYS ➡➡ 10 YEARS
## FLEXI ➡➡ 6 MONTHS ➡➡ 5 YEARS
➡➡➖➖➡➡➖➖➡➡➖➖➡➡➖


5. NPAs (90 DAYS) 
## upto 90 DAYS ➡➡➡ OVERDUE NPAs
## 90 DAYS TO 1 YEAR ➡➡ SUBSTANDARD NPA
## 1 YEAR TO 3 YEARS ➡➡ DOUBTFUL NPA
## ABOVE 3 YEARS ➡➡ CONFIRMED NPA/BAD DEBT LOANS
➡➡➖➖➡➡➖➖➡➡➖➖➡➡➖


6. GOVERNMENT SECURITIES 
## SHORT TERM ➡➡ 1 YEAR
## MEDIUM TERM ➡➡ 1 TO 5 YEARS
## LONG TERM ➡➡ MORE THAN 5 YEARS
## DATED SECURITIES ➡➡ 30 YEARS
➡➡➖➖➡➡➖➖➡➡➖➖➡➡➖

7. AGRICULTURE LOANS TIME PERIOD 
## SHORT TERM ➡➡ 6 TO 18 MONTHS
## MEDIUM TERM ➡➡ UP TO 18 - 36 MONTHS 
## LONG TERM ➡➡ MORE THAN 36 MONTH


Brics Summit

01. Brics youth summit - Guwahati
02. Brics energy efficiency - Visakhapatnam
03. Brics Urban Forum - Visakhapatnam
04. Brics 8th summit - Goa
05. Brics drug control - New Delhi
06. Brics friendship city conclave - Mumbai
07. Brics employment working group - Hyderabad
08. Brics policy planing - patna
09. Brics women parliament summit - Jaipur
10. Brics film festival - New Delhi
11. Brics minister for disaster management - Udaipur
12. Brics convention on tourism - Madhya Pradesh
.


                                                                     By vivekananda♥nvrgiveup

Saturday, 17 September 2016

ENGLISH QUIZ FOR IBPS PO AND OTHER EXAMS

Directions (Q. 1-10):
In the following passage, there are blanks, each of which has been numbered.
These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.

India has been the target of several (131) terrorist attacks in the recent years. The 26/11 Mumbai attacks and the February 14 blast in Pune killed nearly 200 people altogether and wounded over 300. Understandably,(132) to the attacks (133) from horror to anger to calls for (134). There were demands that more should be (135) to prevent such (136) in the future. One of these demands was to (137) off terrorist financing or the money flow that allows terrorists to plan and implement such attacks, (138) funds sourced from (139). The international push to stop terrorism financing began in earnest in 1999. When the UN Security Council adopted resolution requiring all member states to freeze the bank accounts of AlQaida and the Taliban. After 9/11, that resolution was expanded to include all terrorists (140) identified, by government.

1.
a. deadly
b. dangerous
c. mild
d. notorious
e. villainous

2.
a. response
b. solution
c. reaction
d. approach
e. answer

3.
a.varied
b. ranging
c. spanned
d. covered
e. began

4.
a. recall
b. withdrawal
c. harmony
d. vengeance
e. amity

5.
a. asked
b. poured
c. granted
d. done
e. checked

6.
a. outbreaks
b. incidents
c. outrages
d. violences
e. checked

7.
a. stave
b. set
c. put
d. delay
e. choke

8.
a. covering
b. barring
c. including
d. except
e. crossed

9.
a. abroad
b. outside
c. master
d. exchequer
e. banks

10.
a. naturally
b. specifically
c. earlier
d. later
e. hardly

Directions (Q. 11-15):
Rearrange the following sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in the proper
sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given
below them.

(A) Besides, they get a lot of exposure to novel things through media.
(B) Therefore, their mental development did not show any extra ordinary signs.
(C) Children of the present generation appear to be smarter than their earlier counterparts.
(D) Thus, the environment of present days has brought out these changes.
(E) This is probably because there are lots of opportunities for their indirect learning.
(F) Children of yester years did not have these facilities.

11.Which of the following will be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?
a. A
b. B
c. C
d. D
e. E

12.Which of the following will be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement?
a. A
b. B
c. C
d. D
e. E

13.Which of the following will be the SIXTH (LAST) sentence after rearrangement?
a. A
b. B
c. C
d. D
e. E

14.Which of the following will be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement?
a. A
b. B
c. C
d. D
e. E

15.Which of the following will be the FIFTH sentence after rearrangement?
a. A
b. B
c. C
d. D
e. E

For questions (11-155):
The proper sequence of sentences to form a meaningful paragraph will be
CEAFBD.

Thursday, 15 September 2016

REASONING QUIZ FOR IBPS PO EXAM AND OTHER EXAMS

Directions (Q. 1-5):
Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:

A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are eight students sitting around a circular table. Four of them are facing towards the centre and four of them are facing away from the centre. All of them like a different magazine, viz. India Today, Darpan, BSC, Kiran, Chronicles, Rozgar, Times and Current Affairs, but notnecessarily in the same order.
E faces towards the centre and likes India Today. Both the immediate neighbours of E face away from the centre and like BSC or Kiran. D faces away from the centre. Both the immediate neighbours of D do not face away from the centre. E sits third to the right of F, who likes Chronicle and faces away from the centre. C sits third to the left of F.
The one who likes BSC sits opposits F. The one who likes Darpan is not the immediate neighbour of Fand faces away from the centre. A sits second to the left of C and does not like Times or Current Affairs. The one who likes Times sits between H and F. B faces away from the centre and does not like Darpan

1.Who among the following sits third to the right of G?
a. A
b. B
c. C
d. D
e. F

2.Which of the following combinations is true?
a. AChronicle
b. BKiran
c. GTimes
d.FBSC
e. None of these

3.If all the people are made to sit in alphabetical order, in clockwise direction, starting from A, the position of who amongst the following remains the same? (excluding A)
a. D
b. E
c. G
d. H
e. None of these

4.Who among the following reads Rozgar?
a. H
b. A
c. C
d. D
e. None of these

5.Which of the following statements is true about H?
a. He sits second to the left of F.
b. He sits third to the left of B.
c. He reads either Darpan or BSC.
d. G and F are his immediate neighbours.
e. His neighbours read India Today and Times.

Directions (Q.6-7):
Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions following it.

A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are eight players associated with two grades national or international. Among them four are national players while others are international players. Four are associated with Cricket while others are associated with Badminton.
According to their plan they started a journey in a van. There were eight seats in the Van, two seats in each row. Two persons occupied seats in each row. No two cricketers occupied seats in the same row. Similarly, no two national players occupied seats in the same row.

(i) A and D are associated with the same grade while A and G are associates with the same game. But B and D are not associated with the same game.
(ii) A’s and G’s grades are the same as H’s. B is an international player but he did not sit either with G or with H.
(iii) H is a cricketer. Both H and F play for the same team. But H did not sit in row 4.
(iv) A and G sat in row 1 and row 2 respectively. While C sat with D.

6.Which of the following is/are not correctly matched?
I. Row 1 – A and B
II. Row 2 – G and F
III. Row 3 – H and E
IV. Row 4 – D and C
a. None of the above is correctly matched
b. All are correctly matched.
c. only I and III
d. Only II and IV
e. None of these

7.Which of the following statements is/are true?
I. A, G, H and D are national players.
II. B, F, E and C are international players.
III. B, F, H and D are cricketers.
IV. A, G , E and C are badminton players.
a. Only I and II
b. Only III and IV
c. Only I, II and III
d. All are true
e. None of these

Directions (8-10):
In each of the questions below are given three statements followed by four
conclusions numbered I, II, III and IV. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.

8.Statements:
(a) No dictators are parrots.
(b) No crows are oranges.
(c) All parrots are oranges.
Conclusions:
I. Some dictators are not oranges.
II. Some oranges are not dictators.
III. No parrots are crows.
IV. Some oranges are dictators.
a. Only III and I follow
b. Only II and IV follow
c. Only either II or IV follows
d. Only II, III and either I or IV follow
e. Only either II or IV and III follow

9.Statements:
a. Some classes are schools.
b. All schools are colleges.
c. No colleges are universities.
Conclusions:
I. Some classes are not universities.
II. Some classes are universities.
III. Some classes are colleges.
IV. No schools are universities.
a. All follow
b. Only I, III and IV follow
c. Only II, III and IV follow
d. Only I and IV follow
e. Only either I or II, and III and IV follow

10.Statements:
(a) All heroes are zeroes.
(b) All zeroes are villains.
(c) Some heroes are jokers.
Conclusions:
I. Some jokers are heroes.
II. All zeroes are jokers.
III. Some villain are zeroes.
IV. All jokers are villains.
a. Only I and II follow
b. Only I, II and III follow
c. Only I, II and either III or IV follow
d. All follow
e. None of these

Wednesday, 14 September 2016

GK QUIZ 14/09/2016

1.When is World Tourism Day observed?
a. September 27
b. September 28
c. October 28
d. August 27
e. None of these

2.Which bank became the first bank to open its branch in china?
a. IDBI bank
b. SBI
c. HDFC
d. PNB
e. None of these

3.The term plastic money applies to____
a. Bank draft made of plastic coated paper
b. Currency notes impregnated with plastic thread
c. Currency notes printed on plastic coated paper
d. Credit cards, Debit Cards, Smarts Cards
e. None of these

4.The EXIM bank of India was established in ____
a. 1964
b. 1970
c. 1982
d. 1984
e. None of these

5.When is World Maritime Day observed?
a. September 20
b. September 24
c. July 24
d. July 20
e. None of these

6.PMSBY (Pradhan Mantri Suraksha Bima Yojna) will get expire after the age of ?
a. 80 Years
b. 60 Years
c. 50 Years
d. 40 Years
e. 70 Years

7.Which of the following does not come under the category of Development Banks?
a. Industrial Development Bank of India
b. Small Industries Development Bank of India
c. Industrial Investment Bank of India
d. State Finance Corporation
e. Export Import Bank

8.Mutual Funds fall within supervisory purview of?
a. SBI
b. RBI
c. SEBI
d. IRDA
e. None of these

9.Capital market is a market which deals in?
a. shortterm funds
b. Longterm funds
c. giltedge securities
d. All of the above
e. None of the above

10.Which of the following Airport becomes the world’s first solar powerrun
Airportport?
a. Jay Prakash Narayan International Airport
b. Indira Gandhi International Airport
c. Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport
d. Cochin International Airport
e. None of these



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