Quiz 294 : Geography & Economy For Banking Examinations

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1).
Points Calimere Bird sanctuary is located in which of the following states?
2).
Which among the following is not correctly matched?
3).
Which among the following is not correctly matched?
4).
Which among the following is not correctly matched?
5).
To which of the following countries Air Asia belongs to?
6).
Which among the following is called India's market watch dog?
7).
Central Accounts Section of Reserve Bank of India is located at:
8).
As per the current provisions of the Reserve Bank of India of Act, 1934, what is the highest denomination of notes RBI can issue?
9).
In the history of Independent India, a note of highest denomination has been of ___?
10).
What is the name of watershed development project sponsored by central Government of India?

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  • Anonymous
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  • Anonymous
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    SIR CAN U PLEASE VERIFY 15 TH ONE I THINK IS 1000 SIR PLEASE VERIFY SIR

  • Anonymous
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    SIR, PLS GIVE DETAIL OF ISSUE OF RS.10,000 CURRENCY NOTE IN INDIA.

  • Admin
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    The Paper Currency Act of 1861 conferred upon Government of India the monopoly of Note Issue bringing to end banknote issues of Private and Presidency Banks. Government of India continued to issue currency notes till the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) was established on 1st April, 1935. Reserve Bank issued banknotes in January 1938 when the first Five Rupee banknote was issued bearing the portrait of George VI. This was followed by Rs. 10 in February, Rs. 100 in March and Rs. 1,000 and Rs. 10,000 in June 1938. The George VI series continued till 1947 and thereafter as a frozen series till 1950 when post independence banknotes were issued, with the Ashoka Pillar watermark.
    The Reserve Bank can also issue banknotes in the denominations of five thousand rupees and ten thousand rupees, or any other denomination that the Central Government may specify. There cannot, though, be banknotes in denominations higher than ten thousand rupees in terms of the current provisions of the Reserve Bank of India of Act, 1934. Coins can be issued up to the denomination of Rs.1000.
    http://www.rbi.org.in/commonman/English/Scripts/FAQs.aspx?Id=5

  • Anonymous
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  • Anonymous
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    great job guys