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BUSINESS SERVICES

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DTH services are provided by ______________ .

  1. Transport companies.
  2. Banks.
  3. Cellular companies.
  4. None of the above.

 

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 CWC stands for ___________ .

  1. Central Water Commission.
  2. Central Warehousing Commission.
  3. Central Warehousing Corporation.
  4. Central Water Corporation.

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Which of the following companies offer DTH services in our country?

  1. Reliance
  2. Idea
  3. Tata sky
  4. All of the above.

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Indian postal department's international money transfer services which enables customers to remit money to countries through a post office is in collaboration with:

  1. COX and kings financial services.
  2. State Bank of India.
  3. Western union financial services.
  4. American express financial services.

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hich of the following is not a function of insurance?

  1. Risk sharing.
  2. Assist in capital formation.
  3. Lending of funds.
  4. None of the above.

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Customers are required to deposit a specified sum of money every month in his account in case of , which is also known as cumulative time deposit account.

  1. Savings account Store.
  2. Current account.
  3. Recurring deposit account.
  4. Joint account.

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Postal services are offered by both the department of post and telegraph and the private sector. Postal services offered by private sector is known as:

  1. Speed post.
  2. Registered post.
  3. Courier.
  4. Parcel.

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A one way and affordable communication system for transmitting information to persons when they are on the move is known as:

  1. Cellular mobile services.
  2. Radio paging services.
  3. Fixed line services.
  4. Cable services.

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A electronic fund transfer system under which transfer of funds take place from one branch of bank to another branch on real time and on gross basis is known as:

  1. NEFT
  2. EFT
  3. RTGS
  4. ATM

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VSAT stands for:

  1. Very Small Aperture Terminal.
  2. Vidyut Supply and Transport.
  3. Very Small Application Terminal.
  4. Video Screening Aperture Terminal.

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Sports insurance is not available for:

  1. Professional Sportsmen.
  2. Non-professional Sportsmen.
  3. Rural Area Sportsmen.
  4. Urban Area Sportsmen.

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 A countrywide system through which person can electronically transfer from one bank branch to another person having an account with the other bank branch in the country is known as:

  1. Pay order
  2. RTGS
  3. bank draft
  4. NEFT

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When the loss is the result of two or more causes, which of the following terms refers to the direct cause of which the loss is the natural consequence?

  1. Subrogation.
  2. Proximate.
  3. Mitigation Store.
  4. Indemnity.

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The benefits of public warehousing includes .

  1. Control.
  2. Flexibility.
  3. Dealer relationship.
  4. None of the above.

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The policy designed to provide relief to the family of insured women, in case of their death or disablement due to all kinds of accident/ disablement/ death arising out of problems incidental to women only, is:

  1. Rajeshwari Mahila Kalyan Bima Yojana.
  2. Women's health Insurance.
  3. Rajshree Mahila Kalyan Bima Yojana.
  4. None of the above.

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When a property is insured by more than one insurance (i.e. in case of multiple insurance), the insurers are to share losses in what proportion?

  1. Ratio of premiums received.
  2. Ratio of duration of insurance.
  3. Ratio of amount insured.
  4. Equal ratio.

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 Who can get an overdraft from a bank?

  1. A Current Account Holder.
  2. A Savings Account Holder.
  3. A Fixed Deposit Account Holder.
  4. A Recurring Deposit Account Holder.

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If the cargo does not reach its destination due to damage or destruction in the transit, the shipping company is not paid freight charges. To overcome losses suffered by such circumstances shipping companies:

  1. Ship insurance.
  2. Hull insurance.
  3. Cargo insurance.
  4. Freight insurance.

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 There are services which are experienced differently by different customers. These kind of services depend upon customers preferences and demands, and are known as:

  1. Personal services.
  2. Social services.
  3. Business services.
  4. Financial services.

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____________ is a temporary arrangement under which a depositor is allowed to draw by cheque more than the amount to his credit upto a specified limit.

  1. Cash credit.
  2. Term loan.
  3. Bank overdraft.
  4. Consumer credit.

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It is the duty of the insured to make an effort for minimization of loss. It is the principle of:

  1. Utmost Good Faith.
  2. Contribution.
  3. Mitigation.
  4. Insurable Interest.

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To which insurance, principle of indemnity is not applicable?

  1. Life Insurance.
  2. Marine Insurance.
  3. Fire Insurance.
  4. All of the above.

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 Name the controlling authority of telecom services in India.

  1. TRAI
  2. SEBI
  3. RBI
  4. IRDA

 

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 Satellite based entertainment media services provided by cellular companies over large areas, with the help of a set top box and a small dish antenna are known as:

  1. Cable services.
  2. Direct to home.
  3. FM radio.
  4. None of these Answers.

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Give full form of ATM.

  1. Automatic Tele Money.
  2. Any Time Money.
  3. Automated Teller Machine.
  4. Automatic Transfer Money.

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 In which of the insurance policy loss cannot be measured?

  1. Life Insurance.
  2. Marine Insurance.
  3. Fire Insurance.
  4. All of the above.

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As per the basic principle of the fire insurance policy, it is the primary duty of the insured to take reasonable steps to prevent fire from occurring and to minimize the losses or damage to the insured property. It is the duty of the insured to behave with great prudence and not to be careless just because he has an insurance cover. This principle is known as the principle of:

  1. Indemnity.
  2. Proximate cause.
  3. Subrogation.
  4. Mitigation.

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A cheque which is deposited only to the payee's bank account is known as

  1. Bearers cheque.
  2. Demand draft.
  3. Crossed cheque.
  4. None of these.

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Which of the following is not applicable in life insurance contract?

  1. Conditional contract.
  2. Unilateral contract.
  3. Indemnity contract.
  4. None of the above.

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Insurer must have some pecuniary interest in the subject matter of interest. It is the principle of:

  1. Mitigation.
  2. Contribution.
  3. Utmost Good Faith.
  4. Insurable Interest.

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 Name the type of banking under which ATM, credit card and EFT facilities are available.

  1. Internet Banking.
  2. E-banking.
  3. Modern Banking.
  4. Online Banking.

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 Which of the following is an example of e-banking?

  1. EFT
  2. Online banking
  3. ATM
  4. All of the above.

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 A contract by which the insurer, in consideration of a certain amount known as premium, undertakes to pay to a person or his heirs a certain amount of money on his death or on attaining a certain age is known as:

  1. General insurance.
  2. Life insurance.
  3. Special insurance.
  4. Burglary insurance.

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In which type of insurance, interest must exist only at the time of insurance?

  1. Life Insurance.
  2. Marine Insurance.
  3. Fire Insurance.
  4. All of the above.

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 State which of the following statements is false.

  1. Recurring deposit account is a time deposit account.
  2. Number of transactions every month is limited in savings bank account.
  3. A current account can be opened with an initial deposit of ₹ 5,000.
  4. Fixed deposit account is demand deposit account.

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 Linkages and switched services aimed at providing one way entertainment services in a small area of operations is known as:

  1. Direct to home services.
  2. Cable services.
  3. Radio paging services.
  4. VSAT.

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A saving scheme run by post offices in India in which the invested money is doubled in eight years and seven months is:

  1. Kisan Vikas Patra.
  2. National Savings Scheme.
  3. National Savings Certificate.
  4. Fixed Maturity Investment Scheme.

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 The amount deposited in a savings bank account of a person is an asset for the depositor, while on the other hand it is a liability for the bank. Based on its nature it can be classified as:

  1. Time liability.
  2. Demand liability.
  3. Long-term liability.
  4. None of these.

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SMALL BUSINESS

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In India, industries are classified on the basis of investment in plant and machinery. Amount of fixed capital investment in a village industry per head artisan cannot exceed is:

  1. ₹ 10,000
  2. ₹ 25,000
  3. ₹ 1,00,000
  4. ₹ 50,000

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Scheme of Fund for Regeneration of Traditional Industries (SFURTI) was started in 2005. This scheme is being implemented in collaboration with State Government by:

  1. Ministry of MSME
  2. Ministry of Agro and Rural Industries.
  3. NABARD
  4. NSIC

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In India, it is often seen that due to lack of small business have to operate at below full capacity.

  1. Technical skills.
  2. Managerial skills.
  3. Research and development.
  4. Marketing skills.

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There are many programmes for the welfare of women in India. Which of the following is a Dal programme to encourage women to establish o entrepreneurial ventures?

  1. WASMEES
  2. RWED
  3. SFURTI
  4. IRDP

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Government departments and institutions like Ministry of MSME, NABARD working in India for small business.

Which is a non-government organisation for MSME working at international level and is based in India?

  1. RIICO
  2. WHO
  3. WASME
  4. SIDBI

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Out of various small businesses, which type of industry produces goods and services in a household premises using family labour?

  1. Ancillary industries.
  2. Tiny industrial units.
  3. Medium industries.
  4. Traditional industries.

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 Trade secret is the information that:

  1. Confers economic benefits.
  2. Is generally known to public.
  3. Is subject to reasonable efforts by the holder to maintain its secrecy.

 

  1. Both I and II
  2. Both II and III
  3. Both I and III
  4. I, II and III

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 Small scale industries in India generate more per unit of capital employed as compared to large industries.

  1. Output.
  2. Taxes.
  3. Jobs.
  4. Demand.

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M/s ABS is a small enterprise engaged in the production of springs. It supplies its entire output to tractor manufacturers. M/s ABS can be classified as a

  1. Ancillary industry.
  2. Tiny industry.
  3. Secondary industry.
  4. Traditional industry.

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In India, the need of entrepreneurship development arises due to:

  1. Employment requirements.
  2. Capital formation.
  3. Develop backward areas loodud.
  4. All of the above.

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When start-ups need fund in initial stage, strength of IPRs of enterprise attract the:

  1. Initial customers.
  2. Initial suppliers.
  3. Initial investors.
  4. Initial competitors.

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______________ is an exclusive right granted in respect of an invention which may be product or process that provides a

new and inventive way of doing something or offers a new and inventive technical solution to a problem.

  1. Patent.
  2. Procedure.
  3. Copyright.
  4. Trade secret.

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. What is the main purpose of entrepreneurship development?

  1. To increase foreign trade.
  2. To increase number of entrepreneurs.
  3. To increase GDP.
  4. To increase literacy.

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 Out of the many government agencies and corporations working for the promotion and welfare of small business,

...... is at the bottom of hierarchy and implements government policies at ground level.

  1. Ministry of Agro and Rural Industries.
  2. District Directorate of Industries.
  3. State Governments.
  4. District Industries Centres.

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Prime Minister Rojgar Yojana provides to youth to establish their business if their family income is less than

1,00,000.

  1. Lands and building.
  2. Soft skills.
  3. Subsidised loans.
  4. Subsidised power.

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.......... refers to a money pool created by high networth individuals or companies for investing in business start- ups.

  1. Equity.
  2. Stock sales.
  3. Debt.
  4. Angel fund.

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 Lack of marketing skills is the basic problem faced by small businesses. Marketing man assistance is being forwarded to small enterprises by Ministry of MSME through.

  1. KVIC
  2. RSBDC
  3. SIDBI
  4. NSIC

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Governments at various levels are providing assistance to small businesses by various means. By helping small industries, government aims at:

  1. Prevention of migration.
  2. Poverty alleviation.
  3. Employment to artisans.
  4. All of these.

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 Ministry of Agro and Rural Industries implements its various schemes through:

  1. NSIC
  2. NABARD
  3. ESIC
  4. KVIC

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 Government has various departments and programmes for the welfare of small businesses in organised sector.

For the development of unorganised sector, government constituted.

  1. NCEUS
  2. WASME
  3. DIC's programme.
  4. SFURTI

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Due to strict requirements of quality certifications like , small industries have limited access to markets of

developed countries.

  1. NSO 5000
  2. ISI 6500
  3. ISO 9000
  4. ISO 900

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Which of the following kinds of small industries provides employment to artisans?

  1. Micro business enterprises.
  2. Large industries.
  3. Ancillary industrial units.
  4. Cottage industries.

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 ........... is a process meant to develop entrepreneurial abilities among entrepreneurs.

  1. Employee development programme.
  2. Economic development programme.
  3. Entrepreneurship development programme.
  4. None of these.

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Small scale industries are best suited for __________ as they produce goods on simple and flexible technologies.

  1. Patented goods.
  2. Sophisticate'd goods.
  3. Customised goods.
  4. High-tech Gadgets

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A business centre that offers working space and specialised support for new start-ups is known as:

  1. Isolator.
  2. Injector.
  3. Incubator.
  4. Integrator.

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Start-up India scheme aims to make:

  1. Young job creator.
  2. Young job seekers.
  3. Young professionals no 1915.
  4. Young skills labours.

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Who is at the top of hierarchy in the administrative setup for the promotion and development of the small scale, agro and rural industries?

  1. SIDO
  2. NSIC
  3. Ministry of MSME.
  4. Ministry of Industrial Affairs.

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Some states supply power at a concessional rate to small scale industries while some states gives 100% exemption to small industries in electricity bills to small business in:

  1. Initial years.
  2. First 5 years.
  3. First 10 years.
  4. Life times.

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Business enterprises with an investment of ₹ 3.5 crore in plant and machinery would be classified as:

  1. Micro enterprises.
  2. Mini enterprises.
  3. Small enterprises.
  4. Medium enterprises.

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PRIVATE PUBLIC & GLOBAL ENTERPRISE

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Which of the following is a departmental undertaking?

  1. Life Insurance Corporation Limited.
  2. Railways.
  3. BharatHeavy Electrical Limited.
  4. All of the above.

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Many Indian companies have gone global and now can be classified as a MNC. Which of the following MNC is not Indian?

  1. Hindustan Unilever.
  2. Asian Paints.
  3. Piramal Health care.
  4. Infosys.

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Joint venture is not a new concept in India. Which of the following is a popular example of a joint venture in the Indian context?

  1. Hero Honda.
  2. Voltas.
  3. Reliance Jio.
  4. Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd.

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MNCs may collaborate with companies in the public and private sector. These foreign collaborations have given rise to the growth of:

  1. Capital markets.
  2. Perfect competition.
  3. Monopolies.
  4. Oligopolies.

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Which of the following statements is not true?

  1. Multinational corporations have huge capital resources.
  2. Multinational corporations use aggressive marketing techniques.
  3. Indian companies have failed to become MNCs.
  4. PPP model is a huge success in India.

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Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL) is an example of:

  1. Departmental Undertaking.
  2. Government Company.
  3. Statutory Corporation.
  4. None of the above.

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Shares of a government company are held by government in the name of:

  1. Ministry concerned.
  2. Minister concerned.
  3. Prime Minister of India.
  4. President of India.

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Departmental undertakings are financed by

  1. Equity.
  2. Debentures.
  3. Preference shares.
  4. Government treasury.

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 Which of the following is utmost important from the viewpoint of national security?

  1. Departmental Undertaking.
  2. Government Company.
  3. Statutory Corporation.
  4. None of the above.

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The equity-based joint venture does not include:

  1. Cooperative development.
  2. Company.
  3. Partnership.
  4. Limited liability partnership.

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MNCs have huge capital resources, which are used by them in research, development and innovation. But, it is usually seen that host countries do not gain much from this research. This is due to:

  1. Lack of capital in host countries.
  2. Restrictive clauses are imposed by the home country.
  3. Centralized control.
  4. None of the above.

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A government company is registered and governed by the provisions of the:

  1. The Public Sector Undertakings Act, 1981.
  2. Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934.
  3. Companies Act, 2013.
  4. New Industrial Policy, 1994.

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Which of the following is most suitable for generating revenue for the government?

  1. Departmental Undertaking.
  2. Government Company.
  3. Statutory Corporation.
  4. None of the above.

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Which of the following is under the control of a ministry?

  1. Departmental Undertaking.
  2. Government Company.
  3. Statutory Corporation.
  4. None of the above.

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Which of the following is an example of Statutory Corporation?

  1. Life Insurance Corporation Limited.
  2. Railways.
  3. Bharat Heavy Electrical Limited.
  4. All of the above.

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Which of the following has 51% of the capital share by the government?

  1. Departmental Undertaking.
  2. Government Company.
  3. Statutory Corporation.
  4. None of the above.

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A government company is any company in which the paid up capital held by the government is not less than:

  1. 49 percent.
  2. 51 percent.
  3. 50 percent.
  4. 25 percent.

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All joint ventures are required government approval if a foreign partner or a NRI is involved. However, if the joint venture is not covered under automatic route, the approval of ________ is required.

  1. Foreign Investment Promotion Board.
  2. Securities and Exchange Board of India.
  3. Reserve Bank of India.
  4. Ministry of Finance and Commerce.

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Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) is a term used in context of:

  1. Public Private Partnership.
  2. Joint Venture.
  3. Changing role of public Sector.
  4. All of the above.

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PSE’s are organisations owned by:

  1. Joint Hindu family.
  2. Government.
  3. Foreign Companies.
  4. Private entrepreneurs.

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Match the following with the correct option.

Codes:

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Since 1991, number of _______ has increased in India.

  1. Departmental Undertaking.
  2. Government Company.
  3. Statutory Corporation.
  4. Global Enterprises.

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Reconstruction of sick public sector units is taken up by:

  1. MOFA.
  2. MOU.
  3. BIFR.
  4. NRF.

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 Which of the following is controlled and managed as per the provisions of the statute under which it has been formed?

  1. Departmental Undertaking.
  2. Government Company.
  3. Statutory Corporation.
  4. None of the above.

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The control of Central Government on departmental undertakings is very effective. This control on departmental undertakings is subject to:

  1. Government control.
  2. IAS officers control.
  3. Parliamentary control.
  4. Control by CAG.

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Navratan Ltd is a company engaged in the production and distribution of heavy electrical goods. Pattern of shareholding in the company is as follows

  1. Government of India- 15%
  2. Government of Bihar- 26%
  3. Government of Assam- 10%
  4. General Public- 49%

 

Navratan Ltd can be classified as which of the following?

  1. Small company.
  2. Government company.
  3. Private company.
  4. None of the above.

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 Centralised control in MNC’s implies control exercised by:

  1. Branches.
  2. Subsidiaries.
  3. Headquarters.
  4. Parliament.

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 BMW and Toyota collaborate to pursue research on hydrogenfuel cells, vehicle electrification and ultra lightweight materials. This is an example of

  1. Partnership.
  2. Public private partnership.
  3. Joint venture.
  4. Cooperative society.

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When two or more businesses join hands for mutual benefit and common purpose, it is called:

  1. Public Private Partnership.
  2. Joint Venture.
  3. Global Enterprises.
  4. Statutory Corporation.

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Employees of which of the following are considered as government employees?

  1. Departmental Undertaking.
  2. Government Company.
  3. Statutory Corporation.
  4. None of the above.

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_____________ are formed by a special Act of parliament. They are independently financed.

  1. Government companies.
  2. Statutory corporations.
  3. Departmental undertaking.
  4. Public Company.

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Disinvestments of PSE’s implies:

  1. Sale of equity shares to private sector/ public.
  2. Closing down operations.
  3. Investing in new areas.
  4. Buying shares PSE’s.

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In which form of the public sector enterprise, the private individuals can also become shareholders?

  1. Departmental Undertaking.
  2. Government Company.
  3. Statutory Corporation.
  4. None of the above.

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Joint venture is a partnership between two firms which is _______ in nature.

  1. Permanent.
  2. Medium-term.
  3. Temporary.
  4. None of these.

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BUSINESS TRADE & COMMERCE

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Which one is the important mode of transport in India from economic point of view?

  1. Rail Transport.
  2. Road Transport.
  3. Water Transport.
  4. Air Transport.

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Who entered first in India for the purpose of trade during medieval period?

  1. Portuguese.
  2. British.
  3. Dutch.
  4. French.

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In 18th century, what was the main reason of slow down of Indian Foreign trade?

  1. Political Revolution.
  2. Industrial Revolution.
  3. Green Revolution.
  4. All of these.

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Finance is an asset for a business but sometimes it may cause risks to it as well. Which of the following institutions help in removing financial hindrances for a business?

  1. SEBI.
  2. Amritsar Transport Company.
  3. Banks.
  4. None of these.

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Which of the following was/ were the important trading centre(s) of India during British period?

  1. Madras.
  2. Calcutta.
  3. Bombay.
  4. All of these.

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Which of the following is a cause of business risk?

  1. Natural causes.
  2. Political causes.
  3. Economic causes.
  4. Allof the above.

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Profits are necessary for:

  1. Expansion.
  2. Survival.
  3. Innovation.
  4. All of the above.

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 Which of the following is an economic activity?

  1. Cooking food for self consumption.
  2. Cooking food for sale.
  3. Cooking food for donation.
  4. All of the above.

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Which city is known as Information Technology (IT) Hub of India?

  1. Gurugram.
  2. Pune.
  3. Mumbai.
  4. Bengaluru.

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 Which of the following is an example of secondary industry?

  1. Genetic industry.
  2. Extractive industry.
  3. Synthetic industry.
  4. All of the above.

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 Which is the longest national waterway of India?

  1. Allahabad-Haldia.
  2. Sadiya-Dhubri.
  3. Kollam-Kozhikode.
  4. Talcher-Dharma.

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Choose the odd one out:

  1. Insurance.
  2. Warehousing.
  3. Mining.
  4. Banking.

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Which one is not a part of unorganised sector of financial intermediaries?

  1. Indigenous Bank.
  2. Commercial Banks.
  3. Pawn Brokers.
  4. Landlords.

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 Which of the following is not a feature of employment?

  1. Fixed wages.
  2. Agreement between employer and employee.
  3. Terms and conditions.
  4. Element of risk.

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Various programmes are conducted to motivate managers in order to improve their:

  1. Personality.
  2. Productivity.
  3. Personal satisfaction.
  4. None of these.

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 Which of the following refers to the conveyance of raw material, semi-finished goods and passengers from one place to another?

  1. Import.
  2. Communication.
  3. Export.
  4. Transportation.

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 Which of the following is not an insurable risk?

  1. Risk of theft.
  2. Risk of fire.
  3. Risk of change in the pattern of demand.
  4. All of these.

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Which of the following is/ are the main reason(s) of decline in indigenous banking in India after Independence?

  1. Nationalisation of banks.
  2. Denationalisation of banks.
  3. Emergence of modern commercial banks.
  4. Both (a) and (c).

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 Which of the following merchant corporation(s) was/ were arrive in India in 17th century?

  1. British East India Company.
  2. Dutch East India Company.
  3. French East India Company.
  4. All of the above.

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Which of the following is an example of genetic industry?

  1. Mining.
  2. Lumbering.
  3. Animal husbandry.
  4. Hunting.

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Financial intermediaries facilitate channel of funds between:

  1. Lenders and Borrowers.
  2. Public and Government.
  3. Buyers and Sellers.
  4. None of the above.

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In second five year plan, Indian government allowed imports of capital goods for:

  1. Transport development.
  2. Industrial development.
  3. Agricultural development.
  4. Financial development.

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An industry which is engaged in the building and restoring structures like: roads, bridges, apartments, dams, etc is known as:

  1. Primary industry.
  2. Tertiary industry.
  3. Secondary industry.
  4. Construction industry.

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Which of the following is not a business activity?

  1. Production of goods.
  2. Trading of goods.
  3. Storage of goods.
  4. Working in a hospital for wages.

25 / 26

Objectives of business do not include:

  1. Higher returns to investors.
  2. Employee satisfaction.
  3. Maximum price from consumers.
  4. Market standng.

26 / 26

One single transaction does not constitute business. Business deals in manufacturing or trading goods and provision of services on:

  1. Occasional basis.
  2. Regular basis.
  3. Periodical basis.
  4. None of these.

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BUSINESS

1 / 14

Which organization has achieved the world's first ship-to-ship liquefied natural gas (LNG) transfer, aiming to reduce shipping costs and cut emissions significantly?

2 / 14

Which bank recently appointed Ashok Vaswani as its new Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer?

3 / 14

Who is the Director General of the Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) who forecasted a significant growth in India's e-commerce exports to $200 billion in 6-7 years?

4 / 14

In the global unicorn rankings, what is India's position, and how many unicorn companies does it currently have?

5 / 14

Which AI research and deployment company appointed Mira Murati as the interim Chief Executive Officer after the dismissal of Sam Altman?

6 / 14

Which city in India topped the list of women-led startups, leading in gender diversity in entrepreneurship?

7 / 14

Who has recently partnered with ACKO as the 'Voice of the Customer' to dispel misconceptions about insurance and empower consumers?

8 / 14

In the global ranking of retail rents, what position does Delhi's Khan Market hold, according to Cushman & Wakefield's 'Main Streets Across the World' report?

9 / 14

Where is the 2nd CII India Nordic Baltic Business Conclave 2023 being held?

10 / 14

Which organization has become the first to receive approval from India's space regulator, IN-SPACe, for launching commercial satellite broadband services in India?

11 / 14

According to a survey by Whitelane Research, which Indian IT giant claimed the top spot in service delivery quality and commercial competitiveness among IT and cloud services providers in Spain?

12 / 14

Which company has recently partnered with India Post to introduce automated Digital Parcel Lockers at selected post offices, aiming to enhance logistics solutions?

13 / 14

Which drone manufacturer recently secured DGCA's second Type Certificate for medium drones, affirming compliance with relevant standards for airworthiness?

14 / 14

Which airline recently completed the world's first 100% Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) flight from London to New York?

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