Banking Awareness Questions – Practice Set 78

Banking Awareness Questions and Answer for Bank Exams. General Banking Awareness Practice Set 78 for IBPS Clerk 2012-2013 Exam, SBI PO 2012-13 and any other competitive exams.

Which of the following organizations/agencies is not associated with the world of banking and finance?






The financial results of banks and other organizations normally are expressed in quarters. What does Q -1 means ?






Which of the following certainly is an effort in the direction of Financial Inclusion ?






How many banks were nationalized in July 1969, when first Nationalization took place ?






Which of the following is called the Bankers' Bank in India?






Who amongst the following CANNOT work as a 'Business Correspondent, as given in the scheme launched by the banks ?






Where is the Headquarter of Indian Bank located?






Who amongst the following Padma Bhushan Awardees is a famous banker ?






Whose signature does a one rupee note bear -






We often heard about M-Banking. What does M stands for?








11 Comments

  1. Manu says:

    Thank u so much.. :)

  2. Pawanpaswan65 says:

     ery helpfull

  3. mahts and reasoning  paper
    will more help full

  4. Rajrokade12 says:

    thanx.

  5. shahrukh says:

    provide math set

  6. metta.suman says:

    AMFI-association of mutual funds in india
    ECGC-export credit guarentee corporation

  7. SWATI says:

    You are requested to give more questions.They are very helpful to us.

  8. Dibya sishya says:

    Really happy

  9. Udayan ki mc says:

    Q1 = Jan-Mar , not Apr-June

  10. raj says:

    its definitely april june…A financial year starts on april 1 and ends on march 31st next year.4 qs,april-june,july-sep,oct-dec and jan-mar.

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