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Banking is one of the most difficult fields in which a person can work nowadays. It requires years of study and hard work in order to master and not many people actually get to become great at it. But there are some who do and they are the ones, who get the best grades in their banking exams. Our newest quizzes are all about banking exams and we selected a couple of hard questions.
 
Before we get to those, you should have a quick look at these samples. Institute of Banking Personnel Selection popularly known as IBPS, is an organization which provides services to its clients in the area of what? The Limited Representative - Investment Banking Exam, commonly referred to as the Series 79, is an examination administered by whom? Were these too easy for you? Then why not try the our banking exams right now?

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  • Major producer of mulberry silk in India is

  • We come across the term 'PPP' in financial news nowadays. What does 'PPP' represent?

  • Many times we read the term' ECB' in newspapers. What is the full form' of' ECB'?

  • Direction: In the following passage there are 'blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five words/phrases are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word/phrase in each case. Rural healthcare in India is (1) by a huge gap between supply and demand. Currently, rural healthcare needs are (2) either by limited government facilities and private nursing homes, which have not been able to keep pace with increasing demand, (3) by a number of quacks who practice medicine in rural areas. The quality of infrastructure is usually poor and people (4) up having to go to nearby large cities if they need high-quality care. Rural India deserves better, since the ability to pay has gone up over the last few years, driven by growth in income and penetration of government healthcare programmers. Increasing demand, (5) with the failure of existing infrastructure to scale, has resulted in rural healthcare (6) a large under-served market. Absence of a viable business model (7) conversion of the huge rural expenditure on health into an economic activity that generates incomes and (8) the poor it is this (9) that entrepreneurs are looking to (10).

  • Direction: In the following passage there are 'blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five words/phrases are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word/phrase in each case. Rural healthcare in India is (1) by a huge gap between supply and demand. Currently, rural healthcare needs are (2) either by limited government facilities and private nursing homes, which have not been able to keep pace with increasing demand, (3) by a number of quacks who practice medicine in rural areas. The quality of infrastructure is usually poor and people (4) up having to go to nearby large cities if they need high-quality care. Rural India deserves better, since the ability to pay has gone up over the last few years, driven by growth in income and penetration of government healthcare programmers. Increasing demand, (5) with the failure of existing infrastructure to scale, has resulted in rural healthcare (6) a large under-served market. Absence of a viable business model (7) conversion of the huge rural expenditure on health into an economic activity that generates incomes and (8) the poor it is this (9) that entrepreneurs are looking to (10).

  • Direction: In the following passage there are 'blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five words/phrases are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word/phrase in each case. Rural healthcare in India is (1) by a huge gap between supply and demand. Currently, rural healthcare needs are (2) either by limited government facilities and private nursing homes, which have not been able to keep pace with increasing demand, (3) by a number of quacks who practice medicine in rural areas. The quality of infrastructure is usually poor and people (4) up having to go to nearby large cities if they need high-quality care. Rural India deserves better, since the ability to pay has gone up over the last few years, driven by growth in income and penetration of government healthcare programmers. Increasing demand, (5) with the failure of existing infrastructure to scale, has resulted in rural healthcare (6) a large under-served market. Absence of a viable business model (7) conversion of the huge rural expenditure on health into an economic activity that generates incomes and (8) the poor it is this (9) that entrepreneurs are looking to (10).

  • What is the sales turnover limit to classify an account under Regularly Retail Portfolio under BASEL II norms?

  • What is BCBS?

  • What are the other name(s) given to Non Performing assets?

  • ‘Captain is related to a ‘Team in the same way as ‘Director is related to

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  • Pointing to a photograph of Mahesh, Ram said. "The father of his sister is the husband of my wifes mother". How is Ram related to Mahesh?