General Awareness for various competitive examination

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General Awareness for various competitive examination

We know the importance of Current Affairs mainly general awareness, GK (General Knowledge) in various competitive exams for aspirants.

We are publishing general awareness notes, bits and study material daily.

These notes are extremely useful for all types of exams including Bank Exams.

General Awareness bits help in the last minute preparation for various exams.

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GK Banking Questions

1- Bajpai committee is related with New Pension System.


2-On a certain angle, the security thread on a rupee note changes to Blue color.


3-SBI bank has the largest number of the mobile application user.


4-IFSC stands for Indian Financial System code.


5-NBFC stands for Non-Banking Finance Company.


6- Kissan credit card is valid for five years.


7-The full form of SIDBI in India is Small Industries Development Bank of India.


8-IRDA headquarter is in Hyderabad.


9-QIP stands for Qualified Institutional Placement.


10- The full form of IPO is Initial Public Offering.


11-IRDA is the Insurance regulator in India.


12-NPA– Non Performing Assets


13- Monetary policy is regulated by RBI.


14-FEMA stands for Foreign Exchange Management Act.


15-Jan Dhan Yojana scheme is known as government major financial inclusion scheme in India.


16-GST stands for Goods and Service Tax.


17- Banking ombudsman is appointed by RBI.


18- The full form of NAV– Net Asset Value.


19-KYC norms implemented under 1949 banking regulation act.


20- Urjit Patel Committee examines the current monetary policy in India.


21-Max Life Insurance company has the tagline ‘Aapke Sachche Advisor’.


22-Cryptocurrency is not legal tender in India yet.


23-2010 is the Base year for new consumer price index.


24-The full form of LTV is Loan To Value.


25-Cheque is defined under Negotiable Instruments act, 1881


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