Thursday, 23 June 2016

General Awareness Quiz 25 for SBI & IBPS exams

General Awareness Quiz 25 for SBI & IBPS exams

1 . As per RBI stipulation, the total of Tier II elements will be limited to a maximum of......% of total of Tier I elements for the purpose of compliance with the banks.
A.   50%
B.   100%
C.   200%
D.   75%
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2 . Which are the various instruments in the Indian Money Market ?
A.   call money and short notice money instruments
B.   inter bank term deposits/loans
C.   Treasury bills
D.   All of the above
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3 . Certificate of Deposit refers to
A.   a certificate issued by Reserve Bank of India, stating the amount of deposit held by a bank
B.   A certificate issued by Regional Rural Bank of Its Depositors.
C.   a negotiable money market instrument, issued in dematerialised form or as a issuance promissory note, for funds deposited at a bank or other eligible financial institution for a specific time period
D.   None of these
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4 . How much is the minimum amount for issuance of Certificate of Deposit ?
A.   It should not be less than Rs. 1 lakh and in multiples of Rs. 1 lakh thereafter
B.   Rupees 1 crore and in multiples of Rs. 10 lakh, thereafter.
C.   Rupees 10 Lakh.
D.   No minimum stipulated answer
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5 . What is the minimum period before which Certificate of Deposit is not transferable ?
A.   No such minimum period. Certificate of deposit can be transferred at any time before its maturity
B.   15 days from the date of issue
C.   three months form the date of issue
D.   None of these
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6 . A commercial paper refers to
A.   an unsecured money market instrument issued in the form of promissory note
B.   a paper issued by commercial organisations
C.   a secured money market instrument
D.   None of these
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7 . Commercial paper can be issued by
A.   Corporates
B.   All India financial institutions that have been permitted to raise short term resources under the umbrella limit fixed by RBI
C.   Primary dealers
D.   All of the above
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8 . Commercial paper is
A.   fully secured instrument
B.   unserved money market instrument
C.   partly secured paper
D.   all of the above
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9 . Who can make investment in a commercial paper ?
A.   Individuals
B.   Banking companies
C.   Corporate bodies registered
D.   All of the above
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10 . The Commercial Banking System in India comprises of
A.   scheduled and non-scheduled banks
B.   Nationalised Banks and private sector banks
C.   Regional rural banks and co-operative Banks
D.   Land Development Banks
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