Q1. IFAD stands for-
(a) International Fund for Agricultural Derivative
(b) International Fund for Association Development
(c) Indian Fund for Agricultural Development
(d) International Fund for Agricultural Development
(e) International Financial for Agricultural Development
Q2. The EIB is the European Union’s bank and it is the world’s largest multilateral borrower and lender. What is the meaning of “I” in EIB?
Q3. Where is the head office of IFAD?
(a) Vienna, Austria
(b) London, UK
(c) Paris, France
(d) Berlin, Germany
(e) Rome, Italy
Q4. Where is the Headquarters of EIB?
Q5. The Islamic Development Bank is a multilateral development financing institution located in-
(a) Muscat, Oman
(b) Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
(c) Kuwait City, Kuwait
(d) Manama, Bahrain
(e) Doha, Qatar
Q6. Which of the following rates is decided by the market conditions and not by RBI?
(a) Bank rate
(d) Inflation rate
Q7. Proposals for setting up of new banks are under active consideration. Which organization gives this permission?
(b) Indian Banks Association
(c) Finance Ministry
(d) Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs
Q8. Basel norms are important international regulatory stipulations. It is meant for which sector?
(c) Micro Finance
(d) Pension funds
Q9. Which of the following institutions is not directly associated with the financial sector in India?
(a) Bombay Stock Exchange
(d) Planning Commission
Q10. Which discussing investments there is mention of short-term government security. What is this type of investment known as?
(b) Mutual fund
(c) Treasury bill
(e) None of the given options is true