Money and Banking (Part 4) One Liner Questions & Answers


Questions Answers
100 Debenture holders of a company are its – Creditors
101 The first Land Development Bank was established in 1920. It was located in – Jhang
102 Central Cooperative Banks work at – District level
103 The structure of Cooperative credit societies is – Three tiered
104 Consumer Cooperative Stores are set up by – By the members
105 During which Plan Period was the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) established? Sixth Five Year Plan
106 The apex bank for providing agricultural refinance in India is – NABARD
107 The ‘National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development’ was set up in the year – 1982
108 NABARD prodives refinance – For agriculture and rural development
109 In India, the Bank NABARD does not provide refinance to – Export-Import Bank
110 When was the first Regional Rural Bank formed? 1975
111 The Narasimham Committee for Financial Sector Reforms has suggested a reduction in – SLR and CRR
112 Narasimham Committee was related to – Banking Structure Reforms
113 The Bimal Jalan Panel was set up by Reserve Bank of India to – Scrutinize application for new bank licenses
114 Who was the first Chairman of the ‘Disinvestment Commission’ of India ? G.V. Ram Krishna
115 Rangarajan Committee on disinvestment of shares was appointed by the Government of India in – 1993
116 Rangarajan Committee was constituted for? Disinvestment
117 ‘Swabhimaan Scheme’ launched in India is associated with – Rural banking
118 Kisan Credit Card (KCC) Scheme for farmers was introduced in – 1998-1999
119 The Phillips Curve represents relationship between – Inflation and Unemployment
120 ‘Smart Money’ is a term used for – Credit Card
121 What is called ‘Plastic Money’? Credit card
122 The buyer’s market is known where – Supply is more than the supply
123 When the total product remains constant, the marginal product will be – Zero
124 With fixed demand and increase in supply, the price of the commodity is likely to – Decrease
125 If a commodity is provided free to the public by the Government, then –
The opportunity cost is transferred from the consumers of the product to the tax-paying public.