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General Awareness Quiz 17 for SBI & IBPS exams

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General Awareness Quiz 16 for SBI & IBPS exams

1 . The Unit Trust of India is a statutory public sector investment institution set up in
A.   1956
B.   1964
C.   1966
D.   1969
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2 . Which of the following is not correctly matched ?
A.   The Unit Linked Insurance Plan - 1971
B.   The Income Share Scheme -1982
C.   Monthly Income Unit Scheme - 1983
D.   Unit Schemes for Charitable and Religious Trusts and Registered Societies - 1984
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3 . The Export-Import Bank of India was set up in
A.   January 1, 1982
B.   January 3, 1983
C.   March 31, 1985
D.   April 17, 1986
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4 . The paid up capital of the EXIM Bank is
A.   Rs. 100 crores
B.   Rs. 200 crores
C.   Rs. 500 crores
D.   Rs. 1000 crores
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5 . Which of the following is not a function of the EXIM bank ?
A.   financing of joint ventures in foreign countries.
B.   financing of export and import of machinery and equipment on lease basis.
C.   financing of export from and imports into not only India, but also third countries, of goods and services.
D.   providing loans to a foreign parry to as to enable it to contribute in the share capital of a joint venture in India.
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6 . EXIM banks provide loans to foreign Government companies and Financial Institutions under its
A.   overseas Buyer's Credit Scheme
B.   Lines of Credit to foreign governments
C.   Relending facility to banks overseas
D.   All of the above
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7 . The EXIM banks provide loans to Indian companies under its
A.   Technology and consultancy services
B.   Pre-shipment credit in case of export contract for capital goods
C.   Direct financial assistance to exporters
D.   All of the above
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8 . National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) was set up on
A.   12th July 1982
B.   10th August 1981
C.   12th September 1982
D.   6th December 1983
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9 . NABARD provides different types of refinance to the eligible institutions namely
A.   State Co-operative Banks
B.   Regional Rural Banks
C.   State Land Development Banks
D.   All of the above
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10 . If Regional Rural Banks and Cooperative Banks seek permission of the Reserve Bank for opening branches, it will have to obtain recommendation from
A.   State Bank of India
B.   ICICI Bank
D.   None of these
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