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Important Banking Awareness Questions – Banking Knowledge

Important Banking Awareness Questions – Banking Knowledge





1. Which of the following ministries carries out ‘Open Market Operations (OMO)’?
(A) External Affairs Ministry
(B) Reserve Bank of India (RBI)
(C) Finance Ministry
(D) Planning Commission
(E) Ministry of Commerce

2. ASBA, a facility while applying/ submitting an application for purchase of shares under a public issue is _________.
(A) Amount Saved and Balance in Account
(B) Applications Supported by Blocked Amount  (ASBA)
(C) Already Savings Blocked Amount
(D) Already Savings Blocked
(E) None of these

3. For which one of the following loan products ‘teaser loans’ are offered by gold
(A) Education Loans
(B) Retail trade Loans
(C) Loans against security
(D) Commercial Loans
(E) Home Loans

4. Exporters in India get insurance cover and risk cover from which of the following organizations?
(A) NABARD
(B) ECGC
(C) RBI
(D) SIDBI
(E) World Bank

5. Invisible Export means the export of
(A) Prohibhited Goods
(B) Services
(C) Restricted goods
(D) Goods as per OGI List
(E) FDI and FII

6. Private Equity Investers, invest in a company based mainly on ________________.
(A) The location of the company
(B) The age of the company
(C) The exiting profitability of the company
(D) The creditability and valuation of the company
(E) The activity undertaken by the company

7. A decreasing current ratio indicates
(A) an increasing liquidity
(B) a strained liquidity
(C) satisfactory current solvency
(D) a strained liquidity
(E) stable economy

8. Which of the following will set up core banking infrastructure for rural banks?
(A) NABARD
(B) SIDBI
(C) IBA
(D) RBI
(E) IMF

9. Which one of the followingis the directive given to the government of India in the financial stability report submitted to it?
(A) To reduce fiscal deficit
(B) To ensure GDP growth
(C) To reduce revenue deficit
(D) Focus on financial consistancy
(E) None of these

10. The rate of interest charged by the RBI (Reserve Bank of India) for lending money to different commercial banks by rediscounting of the bills in India is called
(A) Exchange Rate
(B) Bank Rate
(C) Cash Reserve Ratio
(D) Interest rate
(E) SLR (Stautory Liquidity Ratio)







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