General Awareness Questions – Practice Set 31

Banking Awareness Questions Paper. General Awareness Questions Practice Set 31. Banking Awareness Questions with Current Affairs for IBPS Clerk 2012-2013 Online Exam, SBI PO 2012-13 and any other competitive exams.

The Reserve Bank of India in the month of August,2012 announced the launch of field trials of polymer banknotes which are more durable and provide better safeguard against counterfeiting of currency. Which was the first country to introduce polymer notes?  

Which of the following statements are correct according to Reserve Bank of India Governor D. Subbarao on'August 3, 2012?

I. India has more than 100 ATMs per million population

II. India has more than 400 PoS (point of sale) terminals per million population

III.Value of coins and bank notes in circulation was more than 10 per cent of gross domestic product (GDP)

How much are the unclaimed deposits lying withthe banks in India as on December 31, 2011 according to information provided by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) under the Right to Information Act, 2005?

Interest Payable at savings bank account is

Fixed deposit and recurring deposits are

What do you understand by 'T' in the cash dispenser widely known as ATM?

When a bank returns a cheque unpaid, it's called

The Upper limit prescribed for RTGS transaction is

Which one of the following is an Indian credit rating agency?

FICN Stands for

9 thoughts on “General Awareness Questions – Practice Set 31

  1. it not showing the results to me!!… why so ??

  2. Sir,can we expect any more banking interview notifications before Feb`2013,like how andhra bank gave second notification?

  3. Moumita Dasmahapatra says:

    is interest of savings bank a/c regulated by finance minister?as per my knowledge it is regulated by RBI upto a limit of 1 lac & after that limit as per the concerned bank

  4. Shankarthayal says:

    i cant copy the result or answer why?


  6. Interest payable an saving bank is not regulated by rbi, it was regulated by concerned bank.

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