First Published: January 14, 2010 | Last Updated:August 4, 2020
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as an aspirant of bank po it really helps me a lot sir,thank you.I wish all the readers a happy pongal and makar sankranti.
Thanx a ton sir jee
sir it is helping me a lot a million dollar thanks to u and i wish frm bottom of my heart a happy makar sankranti to u sir as well as to all my fellow friends :)
no words 2 discribe simply awesome
great info for all aspirants
questions are very standard and options are very tricky only person with specialized economic knowledge can answer.TO frame question like this, each and every question demand expert level skill.GREAT INVOLVEMENT
Thanks a lot for this to-the-point and concrete info at one place.
I request you to please put a list of FDI limit in all sectors, as it is one of the common question in bank exams. So we will have a rough idea of FDI limits in various sectors and changes can be dealt with….
Thanks a lot.
Thanks sirIt is just before of Indian Bank Exam………. SWAPAN
Sir/Madam, I am a regular follower of all the quizez on the blog, they help a lot in answering Banking Exams. Just one request – Please give more questions on the banking system and rules & regulations related to banks, how banks function(as in different kinds of Accounts), what are the latest updates in different aspects of banks functioning like loans ceilings, NPA figures etc. This would be really helpful. Thank you !
sir could you please publish the various banks rate…thank you
Its really great and woderfull
why answer is c?
read the Note by clicking on highlighted word Impact : Majority of the Indian farmers who are poorer marginal farmers will be hurt by a sudden increase in the MSP because raising MSP inexorably will raise the food prices and these poorer farmers in India are net buyers of food grains. Besides there are millions of landless laborers & rural households which along with the poor farmers & raising excessively higher MSPs for wheat and rice will prove damaging for rural households.