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General Awareness

What is the maximum validity of a Cheque?
  1. 30 days
  2. 60 days
  3. 90 days
  4. 180 days
  5. None of the above
Which is not a type of Cheque?
  1. Stale Cheque
  2. Mutilated Cheque
  3. Account payee Cheque
  4. Crossed Cheque
  5. Promissory Cheque
is a type of crossing in a cheque?
  1. Negotiable crossing
  2. Special crossing
  3. level crossing
  4. Precise crossing
  5. Named crossing
Which of the following Cheque is payable on the counter?
  1. Account payee Cheque
  2. Crossed Cheque
  3. Bearer Cheque
  4. Special crossing Cheque
  5. None of the above
A Cheque issued whose maturity data is over is termed as?
  1. Dead Cheque
  2. Mutilated Cheque
  3. Stale Cheque
  4. Blank Cheque
  5. None of the above
Which of the following act defines a Cheque
  1. Reserve Bank of India Act 1934
  2. Negotiable Instruments Act,1881
  3. Banking Regulation Act 1949
  4. Companies Act 2013
  5. Forgen Exchangs Management Act 1999
Which is the following instrument is defined under negotiableinstrument act?
  1. Cheque
  2. Promissory note
  3. Bill of exchange
  4. Draft
  5. all of these
Which of the following institution cannot participate in call money market?
  1. Banks
  2. NBFC
  3. Primary dealers
  4. RBI
  5. None of the above
Commercial Bill is a type of
  1. Promissiory Note
  2. binod
  3. asdfasNote
  4. Promissiory Note kumar
NAV calculation of mutual funds means_____
  1. llliquidity
  2. Dividend payment
  3. Net wroth of shares
  4. Capitalization
  5. None of the above