IBPS Clerk Mains 2018-19: Most Expected Questions For Exam

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IBPS Clerk Mains 2018-19: Most Expected Questions For Exam– The IBPS Clerk Mains 2018 examination is going to be held on 20th January 2019. Aspirants preparing for this exam, mustn’t miss out the important questions for the exam. To help you with your exam preparation, we have a list of most expected questions for your upcoming IBPS Clerk Mains 2018 Exam. Read below and try attempting without looking at the correct answer.

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IBPS Clerk Mains 2018-19: Most Expected Questions For Exam

English Section

Read the following information carefully and answer the question given below-

In each of the following questions given below, a sentence is given with some bold words which may contain errors. Below each of the sentence, a table is given with two columns in which column ‘A’ contains the list of bold words, and in column ‘B’ the suggested corrections are listed. You have to choose the best alternative among the given four options. If no correction is required against the given bold words, mark (E) .i.e. “None of the above” as your answer.

Q.1 There have been thick concerns that a rise in crude oil prices would shoot up the government’s import bill and hurt current account deficit.

(1) – (5) and (2) – (6)

(4) – (8)

(1) – (5)

(3) – (7)

None of the above

Ans: (1) – (5)

Directions: Read the following information carefully and answer the question given below-

In each of the following questions given below, a sentence is given with some bold words which may contain errors. Below each of the sentence, a table is given with two columns in which column ‘A’ contains the list of bold words, and in column ‘B’ the suggested corrections are listed. You have to choose the best alternative among the given four options. If no correction is required against the given bold words, mark (E) .i.e. “None of the above” as your answer.

Q.3 Being publicly listed has its advantages in terms of greater scan of financial information and the liquidity available to the company through share sale.

(1) – (5)

(4) – (8)

(2) – (6)

(3) – (7)

None of the above

Ans: (2) – (6)

Directions: Read the following information carefully and answer the question given below-

In the question given below, there is an incomplete sentence which must be filled/completed with one of the sentences given as alternatives. Choose the correct option and complete the given sentence keeping it grammatically correct and its context intact.

Q.14 With currency weakness largely driven by global factors and the real rate cushion already quite high in India, monetary tightening is not necessarily an effective instrument _____________.

To limiting currency depreciation

For advance currency appreciation

For limiting currency depreciation.

To advance currency volatility.

To reduce currency fluctuation.

Ans: For limiting currency depreciation.

Directions: Read the following information carefully and answer the question given below-

In each of the questions given below, a paragraph is given which has some blanks and those blanks have to be filled with the same word out of the five choices given below it. You have to choose that word as your answer.

Q.20 Data from Prime Database shows that this is the first instance of a government entity being forced to extend the closing date and lower the price band in a bid to get fully___________. However, there had been earlier instances of IPOs of government entities not getting fully ____________. No matter what, companies with valuations that do not bring money to the table will not be ____________ by the investors.

Rediscovered

Subscribed

Suspended

Inducted

Catered

Ans: Subscribed

Directions: Read the following information carefully and answer the question given below-

In each of the questions given below, a passage has been given which is either situation-based or describes a scenario. Below each passage, a question has been given which is framed to make you to infer something out of the passage. Mark out the correct inference as your answer.

Q.22 Looking to pass on the benefits of economies of scale to the mutual fund investor, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) last week announced a rationalisation in the total expense ratio (TER) charged by mutual funds from investors. “While the AUM has grown multiple times, the benefit of economies of scale has not been fully shared with the investors. The Board took note of the benefits of the proposal with respect to sharing of economies of scale, lowering the cost for mutual fund investors, bringing in transparency in appropriation of expenses, and reducing mis-selling and churning,” Sebi said in its note announcing the TER rationalisation.

What is the attitude of SEBI towards the mutual fund houses?

Acrimonious

Caustic

Rigorous

Sardonic

Indulgent

Ans: Rigorous

Directions: Read the following information carefully and answer the question given below-

In each of the questions below, there is a word given in bold which is followed by five options. In each of the options, a pair of words is given which is either the pair of synonyms or antonyms or synonym & antonym of the word given in bold. Choose that pair as your answer.

Q.27 Glade

Closed : Nadir

Enclosed : Confined

Hedge : Summit

Cage : Coup

None of these

Ans:  Enclosed : Confined

Directions: Read the following information carefully and answer the question given below-

In each of the questions below, there is a word given in bold which is followed by five options. In each of the options, a pair of words is given which is either the pair of synonyms or antonyms or synonym & antonym of the word given in bold. Choose that pair as your answer.

Q.28 Pertinent

Inapposite : Inapt

Apropos : Opportune

Intrinsic : Extraneous

Extrinsic : Alien

None of these

Ans: Intrinsic : Extraneous

Directions: Read the following information carefully and answer the question given below-

In the following questions a part of a sentence is given in bold, it is then followed by four sentences which try to explain the meaning of the idiom/phrase given in bold. Choose the alternative which explains the meaning of the phrase correctly without altering the meaning of the sentence given as question. If none of the sentence explains the meaning of the highlighted phrase, choose option (E) i.e., “none of these” as your answer choice.

Q.31 Aubameyang has struggled to hit top gear in the Premier League so far with just one goal in five starts, but he opened the scoring in London.

With one goal in five matches, Aubameyang has struggled for form in the Premier League but he scored the team’s first goal in London.

Aubameyang scored his first goal in Premier league this season in London signaling a return to form.

Drawing first blood in London, Aubameyang showed his class in the Premier League after a period of struggle for form and fitness.

Aubameyang’s favorite place is London which is justified by the fact that he showed his class by scoring the team’s first goal.

None of these

Ans: With one goal in five matches, Aubameyang has struggled for form in the Premier League but he scored the team’s first goal in London.

Directions: Read the following information carefully and answer the question given below-

In the following questions a part of a sentence is given in bold, it is then followed by four sentences which try to explain the meaning of the idiom/phrase given in bold. Choose the alternative which explains the meaning of the phrase correctly without altering the meaning of the sentence given as question. If none of the sentence explains the meaning of the highlighted phrase, choose option (E) i.e., “none of these” as your answer choice.

Q.34 The Indian tried to boost herself by celebrating each point and eventually roared back to contest when her rival hit long again.

The Indian player came back in the contest by getting under her opponent’s skin when she was complacent.

By celebrating each point, the Indian tried to get her mojo back which she eventually got and came back in the match after her opponent used the same shot.

The Indian tried to boost herself by being on the opponent’s face and won a series of points when her opponent came under pressure.

Her opponent gave her a golden opportunity to come back in the game which the Indian grabbed with both hands.

none of these

Ans: By celebrating each point, the Indian tried to get her mojo back which she eventually got and came back in the match after her opponent used the same shot.

Directions: Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it.

Gurgaon-based P2P major Faircent on Tuesday said it has raised Rs 25 crore in Series B investment from a clutch of investors. The latest funding, led by Incofin Investment Management, saw participation from all of Faircent of existing investors – JM Financial, 3one4 Capital, M&S Partners Pte Ltd, and Aarin Capital – as well as six new investors, including prominent domain leaders such as MUTHOOT FINCORP, EIP, Das Capital and Starharbor Asia Pte Ltd. In a statement Faircent said it will utilise the newly acquired funds towards strengthening the platform of technology and creating greater awareness about P2P lending of significance as a new and highly rewarding asset class.

Speaking on the investment, Rajat Gandhi, Founder and CEO, Faircent, said, “These are exciting times for P2P lending in India, and Faircent is here to unleash the power of retail lending. As India of largest platform, being backed by marquee investors, and the fact that the RBI has come out with progressive guidelines for the sector, is a great validation of Faircent of business model. Moreover, with P2P lending, the financial market is all set to witness the creation of a totally new asset class.”

Aditya Bhandari, Co-head Asia, Incofin said, “Faircent provides an efficient and dynamic platform to directly connect lenders with varied profiles of borrowers. Using a comprehensive credit technology, Faircent eliminates substantial costs thereby offering attractive rates of interest for lenders as well as borrowers. We are excited about Faircent of potential to collaborate with the highly underserved small & medium entrepreneurs by offering affordable and transparent financial products.

According to Mohandas Pai, co-founder Aarin Capital and Advisor to Faircent.com, the company has done a great job of balancing the multi-dimensional value proposition of P2P lending to consumers – both an easy and affordable credit option, as well as offering them a high-yield asset class that can easily compete with more traditional investments.

“The team is now strongly positioned to work alongside the new regulations and lead this revolution in the space. We are happy to continue working with the team to help it leverage its learnings and advanced workflows to grow the market for all the stakeholders involved”, said Pai.

Faircent leverages automation extensively and one such innovative tool offered by the platform is the Auto Invest feature, a fully-automated feature that matches a lender of investment criteria with the borrower of requirements and automatically sends proposals to the borrower on behalf of the lender, based on pre-selected lending criteria such as loan tenure, amount, and risk profile.

Shinji Kimura, Managing Director of Das Capital and Hiro Mashita of m&s partners jointly said, “Among all the other fintech products in the market currently, P2P lending has emerged as the clear winner, offering consumers both an easy and affordable credit option, as well as a high-yield asset class that can easily compete with any traditional investment.

Q.36 Which of the following statements is false as per the passage?

P2P lending offers customers a hassle-free and affordable way to get credit.

P2P lending is the most exciting product in the financial world in recent times.

P2P lending is one of the low-yield asset class that will compete with other similar products.

Faircent is backed by the marque investors from the financial world.

More than one statements are false

Ans: P2P lending is the most exciting product in the financial world in recent times.

Quantitative Aptitude

Directions: Read the following information carefully and answer the question given below-

C, D, and E initially invested in a business in the ratio of 10: 9:13. After seven months, C invested additional Rs ‘p’. After three more months, D withdrew Rs ‘p’. After five more months C withdrew Rs p and After one more month, D invested additional Rs 3p. While at the end of the year, E also withdraws Rs ‘p’. They invested the whole amount for the period of two years.

Q.91 If ‘p’ is 10% of C’s initial investment, calculate the share of C in the total profit of Rs 541800?

Rs 1,70,400

Rs 2,48,800

Rs 1,73,600

Rs 2,71,600

None of these

Ans: Rs 1,73,600

Q.92 If ‘p’ is Rs 5000 and F invested Rs 54,000 for 15 months, calculate the ratio of investment of D and F?

144 : 121

216 : 145

54 : 29

Can’t determine

None of these

Ans: Can’t determine

Q.93 Calculate the ratio of investments of D and E if the p and D’s initial investment are in ratio 1:3?

45 : 41

39 : 50

41 : 46

67 : 61

None of these

Ans: 41 : 46

Directions: In the following problems, there is one question and some statements given below the question. You have to decide whether the data given in the statements is sufficient to answer the question. Read all the statements carefully and find out which of the statements is/are sufficient to answer the given question. Choose the correct alternative for each question.

Q.98 What is the length of the platform?

  1. Train A crosses a pole is 9 seconds.
  2. 180m Train A crosses the platform in 16 seconds.

III. Train A crosses a 220m train moving in opposite direction in 8 seconds.

Only I and II

Only II

Only II and either I or III

Only II and III

None of these

Ans: Only I and II

 

Q.99 Determine the total numbers of persons in the town?

  1. 60% of the persons are female while 150 persons are literate.
  2. 50% of males are illiterate.

III Total no. of literate men are 100.

Only I

All I,II and III

Only II and either I or III

Both II and III

None of these

Ans: All I,II and III

Q.100 What is the area of the rectangle?

  1. Length of the rectangle is 60% of the diameter of the circle whose circumference is 110cm
  2. Breadth of the rectangle is 6cm shorter than its length

III Ratio of length and breadth of the rectangle is 7:5.

Only I

All I,II and III

Only I and either II or III

Only II

None of these

Ans: Only I and either II or III

 

Directions: In the given questions, two quantities are given, one as ‘Quantity I’ and another as ‘Quantity II’. You have to determine relationship between two quantities and choose the appropriate option:

(A).Quantity I > Quantity II

(B).Quantity I < Quantity II

(C).Quantity I  ≥ Quantity II

(D).Quantity I  ≤ Quantity II

(E).Quantity I = Quantity II or No relation.

Q.101

2x+4×4x+3=46×242x+4×4x+3=46×24  and  2y2+9y+17=y2+5y+132y2+9y+17=y2+5y+13

Quantity I : Value of ‘x’

Quantity II : Value of ‘y’

A

B

C

D

E

Ans: A

  1. 102 Quantity I : A prime number between 20 and 30.

Quantity II : If Akshay’s age five years ago was equal to twice the age of Tina four years ago and Tina’s age at that time was a perfect square between 10 and 20, find Akshay’s age?

A

B

C

D

E

Ans: B

Q.119 A hollow cylinder of height 40cm and external radius 7.5cm is melted to recast small solid sphere balls. If the thickness of the cylinder is 5cm which is uniform and 4 such balls are made, determine the diameter of the sphere ball?

2.5cm

12.5cm

7.5cm

5 cm

None of these

Ans: None of these

Q.120 Length of the longer train is 108m more than the shorter train. The ratio of the speeds of the shorter and longer trains is 4: 5. If they can cross each other in 13 seconds while moving in the opposite direction, and the length of the shorter train is 180m, then calculate the time taken by faster train to cross a pole?

16.2 seconds

14.4 seconds

12.8 seconds

15.6 seconds

18 seconds

Ans: 14.4 seconds

Reasoning Section

Directions: Read the following information carefully and answer the question given below-

The following are the conditions for selecting a “Officer Trainee” for a reputed public sector company. The candidate must:

  1. a) be any post-graduate with 60% marks.
  2. b) Not more than 30 years old and less than 20 years old as on 01.01.2018.
  3. c) Have fluency in English and Hindi.
  4. d) Have atleast an experience of two years in commerce field.
  5. e) Give an undertaking to work for at least 2 years for the company.

However,

(i) if a person satisfies all the above conditions except (a), he should be referred to the recruitment board.

(ii) If a person satisfies all the conditions except (d) but has more than 3 years of experience, he should be referred to the Chairman of the company.

On the basis of the above criteria and the information provided, you have to decide each case. You are not to assume anything which is beyond what is given in the questions. The alternative courses of decision and the method of indicating the same are as follows.

Q.46 29-year-old Rajesh is a post-graduate with 70% marks. He is fluent in both Hindi and English. He is working in an IT company and would soon complete 4 years. He is willing to provide an undertaking to work for the required amount of time.

If data provided is not complete to judge the eligibility of the candidate.

If the candidate can’t be selected as an Officer Trainee.

If the candidate can be selected as an Officer Trainee.

If the candidate is to be referred to the recruitment board

If the candidate is to be referred to the Chairman.

Ans: If the candidate is to be referred to the Chairman.

Directions: Read the following information carefully and answer the question given below-

The following are the conditions for selecting a “Officer Trainee” for a reputed public sector company. The candidate must:

  1. a) be any post-graduate with 60% marks.
  2. b) Not more than 30 years old and less than 20 years old as on 01.01.2018.
  3. c) Have fluency in English and Hindi.
  4. d) Have atleast an experience of two years in commerce field.
  5. e) Give an undertaking to work for at least 2 years for the company.

However,

(i) if a person satisfies all the above conditions except (a), he should be referred to the recruitment board.

(ii) If a person satisfies all the conditions except (d) but has more than 3 years of experience, he should be referred to the Chairman of the company.

On the basis of the above criteria and the information provided, you have to decide each case. You are not to assume anything which is beyond what is given in the questions. The alternative courses of decision and the method of indicating the same are as follows.

Q.47 Saurabh has been working in commerce field for the past four years after doing post- graduation from NIT Jaipur with 70% marks. He is fluent in many languages including English and Hindi.

If data provided is not complete to judge the eligibility of the candidate.

If the candidate can’t be selected as an Officer Trainee.

If the candidate can be selected as an Officer Trainee.

If the candidate is to be referred to the recruitment board

If the candidate is to be referred to the Chairman.

Ans: If data provided is not complete to judge the eligibility of the candidate.

 

Directions: Read the following information carefully and answer the question given below-

In the given figure, the four-line segments 1,2,3,4 are PV, QW, RX and SY respectively. The lengths of the line are 45m, 62m, 50m and 41m respectively.

Six persons Ram, Shyam, Lakhan, Mohan, Suresh and Ramesh are standing in line 1 – PV facing south such that the distance between them is increasing in multiples of 3 from point P. (i.e. suppose Ram is at point P then the remaining people will stand at a distance of 3m, 6m, 9m, 12m and so on from Ram).

Two persons are standing between Ram and Ramesh. Shyam is 9m to the right of Ram. Atleast one person is standing between Mohan and Lakhan. Suresh is standing to the immediate left of Ram. No person is sitting to the left of Ramesh who is not an immediate neighbour of Mohan.

Similarly, six persons Ajay, Bhanu, Cheka, Daman, Eshan and Hari are standing in line 4 – SY facing north such that the distance between them is in increasing prime numbers starting from 2 from point S (i.e. if first person is at point S than the remaining will stand at the distance of 2m, 3m, 5m, 7m and so on from point S.

Ajay is standing 10m to the right of Bhanu who is standing at point S. Only one person sits to the right of Daman. Number of persons standing to the right of Hari are more than those standing to the left of him. Eshan is standing to the right of Cheka.

Q.51 In line 4 – SY, what is the distance between Eshan and point Y?

24m

13m

15m

18m

None of these

Ans: 13m

 

Directions: Read the following information carefully and answer the question given below-

In the given figure, the four-line segments 1,2,3,4 are PV, QW, RX and SY respectively. The lengths of the line are 45m, 62m, 50m and 41m respectively.

Six persons Ram, Shyam, Lakhan, Mohan, Suresh and Ramesh are standing in line 1 – PV facing south such that the distance between them is increasing in multiples of 3 from point P. (i.e. suppose Ram is at point P then the remaining people will stand at a distance of 3m, 6m, 9m, 12m and so on from Ram).

Two persons are standing between Ram and Ramesh. Shyam is 9m to the right of Ram. Atleast one person is standing between Mohan and Lakhan. Suresh is standing to the immediate left of Ram. No person is sitting to the left of Ramesh who is not an immediate neighbour of Mohan.

Similarly, six persons Ajay, Bhanu, Cheka, Daman, Eshan and Hari are standing in line 4 – SY facing north such that the distance between them is in increasing prime numbers starting from 2 from point S (i.e. if first person is at point S than the remaining will stand at the distance of 2m, 3m, 5m, 7m and so on from point S.

Ajay is standing 10m to the right of Bhanu who is standing at point S. Only one person sits to the right of Daman. Number of persons standing to the right of Hari are more than those standing to the left of him. Eshan is standing to the right of Cheka.

Q.52 If Ram, Mohan and Hari shift to line 3 – RX which is the multiple of 5 starting from 5, calculate the distance between Ram and point X given that line starts with Hari followed by Mohan then Ram?

20m

40m

45m

35m

None of these

Ans: 35m

Q.53 Calculate the difference of the distance between Shyam and Lakhan in line 1 – PV and distance between Ajay and Eshan in line 4 – SY?

12m

18m

10m

15m

None of these

Ans: 12m

Directions: Read the following information carefully and answer the question given below-

There are four triangles given in question on which some operations are applied individually on each triangle and then it is converted into solution. You have to answer the questions from the triangle which comes after the operation applied on the given triangle.

For example

For triangle 1– If the difference between the given digits is less than 5 then subtract 2 from each digit.

For triangle 2-. If there is no vowel between the alphabets, change each letter to the second previous letter according to English dictionary.

For triangle 3– If the sum of the given digits is more than 11, change each digit to the next odd digit.

For triangle 4– If the second alphabet comes before the first alphabet in the English dictionary, interchange the positions of the alphabets.

Note- If the above conditions are not applied then you have to write the digit and letter as it is in resultant triangle.

Based on the above example, solve the given solution

Q.60 How many alphabets are there in between the first letter of triangle 2 and last letter of triangle 4?

Seven

More than twelve

Ten

Eight

None of these

Ans: Ten

Q.61 Directions: Read the following information carefully and answer the question given below-

There are four triangles given in question on which some operations are applied individually on each triangle and then it is converted into solution. You have to answer the questions from the triangle which comes after the operation applied on the given triangle.

For example

For triangle 1– If the difference between the given digits is less than 5 then subtract 2 from each digit.

For triangle 2-. If there is no vowel between the alphabets, change each letter to the second previous letter according to English dictionary.

For triangle 3– If the sum of the given digits is more than 11, change each digit to the next odd digit.

For triangle 4– If the second alphabet comes before the first alphabet in the English dictionary, interchange the positions of the alphabets.

Note- If the above conditions are not applied then you have to write the digit and letter as it is in resultant triangle.

Based on the above example, solve the given solution

Q.61 Which of the following is the ‘K’th letter after the ‘I’th element acc. to the English dictionary, if K is the second element in triangle 1 and ‘I’ is the first element in triangle 2?

L

K

J

I

None of these

Ans: J

Directions: Read the following information carefully and answer the question given below-

A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of input rearrangement.

Input – 11 45 28 68 44 85 55 52

Step 1: 40 11 45 68 44 55 52 10

Step 2: 25 40 11 45 68 52 10 08

Step 3: 20 25 40 11 68 10 08 07

Step 4: 02 20 25 40 10 08 07 14

Step 4 is the last step of the given input.

Answer the following questions for the following input:

Input: 13 42 59 47 82 36 08 17 25 96

Q.62 In how many steps, the element ‘10’ appeared more than once?

Two

Three

Four

One

None

Ans: Two

Directions: Read the following information carefully and answer the question given below-

Eight persons S,G,O,D,R,I,A and E are sitting on the sitting around the circle such that the persons sitting opposite to each other are facing opposite direction.

R is third to the right of G who is facing inside. G and I are immediate neighbours. S is facing outside. R is the immediate neighbour of D and sits opposite to O who is facing outside. Two persons sit between S and G. E is neither sitting adjacent nor opposite to S. A is immediate neighbour of O and faces outside. Now, they start throwing a couple of dices and change their places according to the conditions given below.

Conditions:

  1. If the sum of digits obtained is divisible by 4, the person who throws it will move to position 8. If position 8 is not empty, it will remain at its original position.
  2. If the sum of digits is obtained is more than 7 but not 12, the person who throws it will move to position 1, 4 and 7 respectively and changes its direction.
  3. If the sum of digits is between 2 and 6 including both 2 and 6, except 4, the person will move to the position equal to the sum obtained.

Draws:

  1. S throws a pair of 6.
  2. O throws a 2 and 3.
  3. D throws a pair of 3
  4. R throws a 1 and a 2
  5. I throws a 4 and 5.
  6. A throws a pair of 5.

*Note- All the persons throw the dice in a serial way as given above.

Q.69 How many persons are facing inside in the final arrangement?

Two

One

Three

More than three

Can’t determine

Ans: More Than Three

Directions: Read the following information carefully and answer the question given below-

Eight persons S,G,O,D,R,I,A and E are sitting on the sitting around the circle such that the persons sitting opposite to each other are facing opposite direction.

R is third to the right of G who is facing inside. G and I are immediate neighbours. S is facing outside. R is the immediate neighbour of D and sits opposite to O who is facing outside. Two persons sit between S and G. E is neither sitting adjacent nor opposite to S. A is immediate neighbour of O and faces outside. Now, they start throwing a couple of dices and change their places according to the conditions given below.

Conditions:

  1. If the sum of digits obtained is divisible by 4, the person who throws it will move to position 8. If position 8 is not empty, it will remain at its original position.
  2. If the sum of digits is obtained is more than 7 but not 12, the person who throws it will move to position 1, 4 and 7 respectively and changes its direction.
  3. If the sum of digits is between 2 and 6 including both 2 and 6, except 4, the person will move to the position equal to the sum obtained.

Draws:

  1. S throws a pair of 6.
  2. O throws a 2 and 3.
  3. D throws a pair of 3
  4. R throws a 1 and a 2
  5. I throws a 4 and 5.
  6. A throws a pair of 5.

*Note- All the persons throw the dice in a serial way as given above.

Q.70 Who is sitting to the immediate right of G in the circular arrangement?

E

I

O

D

None of these

Ans: I

General Awareness

Q.144 What is the capital of Czech Republic?

Nicosia

Sofia

Prague

Manila

None of these

Ans: Prague

Q.147 What is the priority sector lending target for foreign banks with less than 20 branches in India?

32% of adjusted net bank credit or credit equivalent of off-balance sheet exposure, whichever is lower

36% of adjusted net bank credit or credit equivalent of off-balance sheet exposure, whichever is lower

38% of adjusted net bank credit or credit equivalent of off-balance sheet exposure, whichever is lower

40% of adjusted net bank credit or credit equivalent of off-balance sheet exposure, whichever is lower

None of the above

Ans: 32% of adjusted net bank credit or credit equivalent of off-balance sheet exposure, whichever is lower

Q.151 To mark the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced to launch of which ‘Movement’?

Swachhata Hi Seva Movement

Seva Hi Swachhta Movement

Ek kadam Swachhta Ki Oar Movement

Sabse Phele Swachhta Movement

None of the above

Ans: Swachhata Hi Seva Movement

Q.153 Ikee Rikako has been named as the Most Valuable Player of the recently held Asian Games. She belongs to which country?

Japan

Singapore

China

Indonesia

Thailand

Ans: Japan

Q.161 Who has been appointed as the Director and General Manager of United India Insurance Company?

Raghubar Das

K.B. Vijay Srinivas

Droupadi Murmu

Ganeshi Lal

None of the above

Ans: K.B. Vijay Srinivas

 

Q.168 Which among the following Indians have their names in the list of Ramon Magsaysay Award 2018?

Bharat Vatwani

Sonam Wangchuk

Gitesh Chandrani

Ravi Prakash Jha

Both A and B

Ans: Both A and B

 

Q.174 Which bank has recently changed the IFSC codes of nearly 1300 branches across the country?

Punjab National Bank

State Bank of India

Vijaya Bank

Bank of India

None of the above

Ans: State Bank of India

Q.180 In which of the following states is the Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport situated?

West Bengal

Gujarat

Rajasthan

Maharashtra

None of the above

Ans: West Bengal

Q.183 Which among the following organisation launched ‘InSight’ the first-ever mission dedicated to exploring the deep interior of Mars?

TERLS

Indian National Committee for Space Research

NASA

ISRO

None of the above

Ans: NASA

  1. 186 Who has been appointed as the new chairman of IRDAI?

Seema Gupta

Anil Bhargav

TS Vijayan

Subhash Chandra Khuntia

None of the above

Ans: Subhash Chandra Khuntia

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