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1-Service Area Approach (SAA) is associated with  rural and Semi-urban branches of commercial banks

2- Indian Commercial Banks are categorized into
(1) Public sector Banks
(2) Foreign Banks
(3) Private Sector Banks

3- SARFAESI Act pertains to effectively dealing with the problem of non-performing assets (NPAs) in
Indian banking

4- When a person opens an account in a bank, the bank is a Debtor towards the person

5- The designation of head of public sector undertakings (PSUs) and PSU
banks in India is  Chairman cum Managing Director

6- National Housing Board (NHC) agency/institution is the regulatory authority for home loans in India.

7- Concept of Tobin Tax is associated with which field ? – Foreign Exchange Transactions

8-Banks in India traditionally use  Simultaneous Net Payment (SNP) system of payment and settlement

9-Which of the following FMCG brand became the First Indian that crossed 5000 crore rupees
mark in terms of retail sales in one year ?-  Parle-G

10- Haryana has issued Shiksha Setu Cards for Government Schools to keep
students and teachers updated about the performance of students

11-ARCIL is an example of – An asset management company set up toacquire NPAs of banks

12- Wadhwa Committee has looked into the maladies affecting the proper
functioning of the public distribution systems (PDS) in India

13-Bhandari Committee is related to – Reconstruction of RRBs

14- The newly inaugurated helpline ‘Udyami’ is to assist  Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises

15- Malegan committee is associated with finance to small scale industries

16- In ‘Loan Syndication’, more than one creditors coming together to provide single loan

17- National Savings Certificate matures at the end of 5 years

18- Commercial paper can be issued -By all corporate with net worth of at least Rs. 5 crore

19-Certificates of Deposits have a minimum value of Rs. 1 lakh

20-CAPART is associated with- Rural Development

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