Quiz 485 – Current General Awareness for All Examinations

1.The ancient Indian text Panchasiddhantika deals with the 5 principles of which among the following?
(A)Vedic Rituals

2.The name of Professor Guru Dutt Sondhi is known behind the foundation of which among the following?
(A)Olympic Association of India
(B)Asian Games Federation
(C)Indian Premier League
(D)Indian Badminton League

3.Which among the following exchanges launched the TASIS SHARIAH 50 Index?
(A)National Stock Exchange
(B)Dubai Stock Exchange
(C)Bombay Stock Exchange
(D)Singapore Stock Exchange

4.Zero tax rate would produce zero revenue and a 100% tax rate would also generate zero revenue, because there would be no incentive to work. This principle is also known as which among the following?
(A)Beveridge curve
(B)Hubbert curve
(C)Laffer curve
(D)Engel curve

5.Which among the following kinds of Chemical reactions cause the rocks turn red or yellowish?

6.Consider the following statements regarding the Capital Inflows:
1. Current Account flows are permanent while Capital Account Flows are reversible
2. Current Account flows arise out of transactions in services while Capital account inflows arise out of transactions in goods.
3. The Government needs to keep a close eye on the Capital Account flows because they may get reversed.
Which among the above statements is/ are correct?
(A)Only 1 & 3
(B)Only 2 & 3
(C)Only 1
(D)All 1, 2 & 3

7.Consider the following statements:
1. An Indian Depository Receipt (IDR) declares ownership of shares of a Foreign Company
2. An Indian Depository Receipt is essentially traded in Indian Rupees.
3. An IDR can be converted into Underlying shares with approval of RBI
Which among the above statements is / are correct?
(A)Only 1 & 2
(B)Only 2 & 3
(C)Only 1 & 3
(D)All 1, 2 & 3

8.When the Central Bank feels that the asset prices in the country are near a bubble situation, it will most probably take the following steps?
(A)Inject liquidity in the system by conducting Open Market Operations
(B)Extract liquidity from the system by buying out rupees
(C)Inform the Government to tone down the market borrowings
(D)All of above measures will be taken

9.In the Budget session, which among the following is known as ‘guillotine’?
(A)General discussion on the Budget
(B)The speaker puts all the outstanding demands to vote
(C)The opposition expresses desire to bring a cut motion
(D)The demand for grants are cut by Re. 1

10.Consider the following statements about a well known Economist:
1. He is the winner of Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics for developing the New Trade Theory and New Economic Geography.
2. He has been a vehement critic of US Economic policies, repeatedly criticized the Bush tax cuts
3. He appeared in a 2010 comedy film “Get Him to the Greek”
Identify this famous personality:
(A)Paul Krugman
(B)Joseph Stiglitz
(C)Peter A. Diamond
(D)Thomas Schelling

11.Which among the following is the 2010 Word of the Year by American Dialect Society?

12.Consider the following statements:
1. Companies use the Sweat Equity for retaining best employees
2. The sweat equity issued during a year should not exceed 15% of the total paid-up capital of the company or a value of Rs 5 crore, whichever is higher.
3. To issue sweat equity above this level, the approval from the Central Government is required
Which among the above statements is / are correct?
(A)1 & 2
(B)1 2 & 3
(C)2 & 3
(D)1 & 3

13.Which among the following is the correct order of decreasing agricultural sector contribution in the GDP of the IBSA countries?
(A)India, Brazil, South Africa
(B)India , South Africa, Brazil
(C)Brazil, India, South Africa
(D)South Africa, Brazil , India

14.In ancient India, the area around which among the following modern areas was known as “Golden Chersonese” ?
(A)Kashmir, Hindukush, Afghanistan
(B)Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore, Burma
(C)Australia, New Zealand
(D)Iran, Iraq and Persian Gulf

15.In Financial Language, Fixed to Floating and Floating to Floating are used in context with which among the following?
(A)Interest rates
(C)Foreign Exchange Rates
(D)None of them

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  • Anonymous

    Isnt "Austerity" the WORD OF THE YEAR 2010 ??

  • Anonymous

    Even a Search result says "Refudiate " is the word of the year 2010

  • Anonymous

    App is the word chosen by American Dialect Society, both of u might have seen words decided by some other organisation.

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  • Anonymous

    Oxford American Dictionary's word of the year for 2010 is "Refudiate" (refute + repudiate). this word is coined by sarah palin, when she used it in a Tweet about the proposed Islamic Cultural Center near the World Trade Center site in New York City.

    In an announcement on the Oxford University Press blog, editors said the entry would read: "Refudiate: verb used loosely to mean 'reject'. The dictionary's editors said the terms was the "unquestionable buzzword of 2010". Other words on the shortlist included "webisode" – an original episode from a TV series, made for online viewing-ians.

    Austerity, the 14th century noun defined as "the quality or state of being austere" and "enforced or extreme economy," set off enough searches that Merriam-Webster named it as its Word of the Year for 2010. "austerity" saw more than 250,000 searches on the dictionary's free online tool and came with more coverage of the debt crisis

    “App” voted 2010 word of the year by the American Dialect Society

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