Friday, 28 April 2017


1Which is the largest (in terms of turnover) Public Sector organisation in India?Indian Oil Corporation
2In India, in which banking is the Public Sector is most dominant?Commercial banking
3Which is the oldest Development Financial Institution of India?IFCI
4When was EXIM Bank set-up?1982
5Which provides the largest part of the demand for loanable funds in India?Corporate businesses
6Who are Debenture holders of a company?Its creditors
7Through which methods is the national income of India estimated mainly?65292Production and income methods
8Which is the 'Slack Season' in the Indian Economy?Jan.-June
9Stock Exchanges play a role in an economy how may itbe termed?Useful but need strict regulation
10Which is the official language of Bank of Central African States?French
11In which year were Private Sector Mutual Funds in India permitted?1993
12Which industry earns the second highest net foreign exchange from the trade?Engineering goods industry
13As per latest data in urban areas women employment is highest in which industry areas?Retail Trade
14From which sector does the highest sector wise contribution to gross domestic saving comes?Household sector
15Which formulates fiscal policy?Finance Ministry
16In which plan was the growth rate of agricultural production negative?Third Plan
17In which of the Five Year Plans, preference was given to the weaker sections of the society?Fifth
18How many member states are in 'Common Market' for Eastern and Southern Africa?72 020
19By which bill does the government make arrangement for the collection of revenues for a year?Finance Bill
20To which Bill the President must accord his sanction without sending it back for fresh consideration?Finance Bills
21Which is the 'basis for determining the national income?Production of goods and services
22What is One of the main factors that led to rapid expansion of Indian exports?Liberalisation of the economy
23How is the difference between visible exports and visible imports defined?Balance of trade
24Which case does stagflation imply?Recession plus inflation
25Which formulates fiscal policy?Finance Ministry
26A crossed cheque is one, which can be encashed only at which bank?State Bank of India
27What do Quantitative credit controls not include?RBI directives
28Among the remedies of inflation, what can we include?Lowering bank rate
29If saving exceeds investment, how will the national income?Remain constant
30By which committee were Mandai Panchayats recommended?Ashok Mehta Committee
31Which bank prints currency notes of the denomination of Rs. 100?The Bank Note Press, Dewas
32The year 1995 is the golden Jubilee year of which international organisations?UNO
33What is the highest denomination of currency notes in circulation as legal tender in India at present?Rs. 1000
34Among Indian Economists who had done pioneering work on National Income?V. K. R. V. Rao
35Who was the chairman of National Income Committee?P. C. Mahalanobis
36When was the Reserve Bank of India taken over by the Government?1948
37Of which purpose was Nationalisation of banks done?Consolidating the economy
38In India, in which was the service tax first introduced?1994
39Under which do all taxes come?Revenue receipts
40In which does the subject of Co-operative Societies fall?Concurrent List
41How many members are there in the International Finance Corporation?184
42Where is the headquarters of World Health Organization?Geneva, Switzerland
43By whom was concept of Five Year Plans in India introduced?Jawaharlal Nehru
44If the cash-reserve ratio is lowered by the Central bank, what will be its effect on credit creation?Increase
45By whom was the most important theory of general biology proposed?Darwin and Wallace
46Which Public Sector bank' emblem figures a dog and the words 'faithful, friendly' in it? 0 65292Syndicate Bank
47What does Net factor income from abroad added to GDP give?GNP
48Trade Union comes under which List?Concurrent list
49What is the mean of Cheap Money?Low Rate of Interest
50According to the law of demand, what happens when price increases?Demand decreases

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