Q:
India got its first private bank in 11 years as the Bandhan Bank commenced operations on 23 Aug with 501 branches. What is the punch line of the bank?

a
Apna Bhala, Aapki Bhalai
b
Aapka Bhala, Sabki Bhalai
c
Banking the Unbanked
d
Khayal Aapka
e
None of these
Answer : Option B
Explanation :

Related Questions

1.
A word gets selected by clicking it to select a word, in Word

a
once
b
twice
c
three times
d
four times
e
None of these
Answer and Explanation
Answer : Option B
Explanation :
2.
When a bank returns a cheque unpaid. It is called

a
payment of the cheque
b
drawing of the cheque
c
cancelling of the cheque
d
dishonour of the cheque
e
taking of the cheque.
Answer and Explanation
Answer : Option D
Explanation :
3.
The government and the RBI had set a target to cover 73,000 villages having population in excess of 2000 to provide access to banking services, by March 2012. The name given to this scheme is

a
Swabhimaan
b
Swavalamban
c
Saral
d
Connecting Banks
e
None of these
Answer and Explanation
Answer : Option A
Explanation :
4.
Ordinary table salt is Sodium Chloride. What is baking soda?

a
Potassium Chloride
b
Sodium Hydrocide
c
Sodium Bicarbonate
d
Potassium Hydrocide
e
None of these
Answer and Explanation
Answer : Option C
Explanation :
5.
Currency risk is the potential risk of loss from fluctuating foreignexchange rates when an investor has exposure to foreign currency or in foreign-currency-traded investments. Currency risk is sometimes referred to as-

a
Monetary Rate
b
Export Rate
c
Trade Rate
d
Exchange-rate risk
e
None of the above
Answer and Explanation
Answer : Option D
Explanation :

More Questions

1.
A word gets selected by clicking it to select a word, in Word

2.
When a bank returns a cheque unpaid. It is called

3.
The government and the RBI had set a target to cover 73,000 villages having population in excess of 2000 to provide access to banking services, by March 2012. The name given to this scheme is

4.
Ordinary table salt is Sodium Chloride. What is baking soda?

5.
Currency risk is the potential risk of loss from fluctuating foreignexchange rates when an investor has exposure to foreign currency or in foreign-currency-traded investments. Currency risk is sometimes referred to as-

6.
Which of the following is not correct regarding Product Mix ?

7.
Items such as names and addresses are considered [SBI Clerk 2011]

8.
In word you can force a page break _______

9.
Which of the following types of accounts are known as 'Demat Accounts'?

10.
Who among the following is known as the 'Father of Green Revolution' in India?