RBI Practice Questions

The Reserve Bank of India is the central bank which was established on the recommendation of the Hilton Young Commission on Ist April 1935. The Reserve Bank of India was nationalised in 1949. The main functions of the bank are to regulate the issuing of bank notes and keeping the reserves with a view to securing monetary stability in India and generally to operate the currency and credit system of the country to its advantage. In the following section, we will see questions from the concepts that we have learnt thus far and many more!

Reserve Bank of India Practice Questions

Part A

Q1: The section 19 of the Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934 states that the Reserve Bank of India has been prohibited from?              [I B P S   P. O. 2010]

A) making loans or advances.                              B) drawing or accepting bills payable otherwise than on demand.

C) allowing interest on deposits or current accounts.                  D) all of the above.                E) None of the above

Q2: In the Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934, it prohibits of making or issuing of a expressed to be payable to bearer thereof?

A) cheque                     B) bill of exchange                C) promissory note                D) demand draft          E) None of these

Q3: Drawing accepting, making or issuing of any promissory note, hundi or bill of exchange expressed to be payable to bearer on demand by a person other than the Reserve Bank of India or the Central Government is prohibited under?

A) Banking Regulation Act, 1949                         B) Section 31 (1) of the Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934

C) Indian Contract Act, 1872                                 D) None of the above

Q4: Rupee coins are the legal tender in India under the provisions of?          [I B P S     P.O. 2011]

A) The Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934                           B) Negotiable Instrument Act, 1881

C) Banking Regulation Act, 1949                                       D) Indian Coinage Act, 1906

E) None of the above

Q5: In India, the system of decimal coinage was introduced on?             [Bank P. O. 2010]

A) 15th August, 1947                                  B) 26th January, 1950                         C) Ist April, 1957                     D) All of the above                              E) None of the above

Q6: In terms of Section 24 of the Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934, the Reserve Bank of India may issue bank notes for the maximum denomination of?

A) 500 rupees                    B) 5000 rupees                 C) 10000 rupees               D) 1000 rupees            E) None of these

Find Your Answers Here

Q1: D), Q2: C), Q3: B), Q4: D), Q5: C), Q6: C).

Part B

Q1: The Reserve Bank of India has directed all the banks to ensure that the names of their customers, individuals or corporate, do not appear in any list published by the Security Council Committee. This act/ directive of the R B I is to ensure which of the following?

A) To ensure that the bank loans/ advances taken by the individuals/ organisations are used only in those activities for which they are taken.

B) To ensure that money deposited in the bank has not come from unknown and unauthorised sources.

C) To ensure that no one visits a foreign nation for any illegal activity by purchasing foreign currency from a bank.

D) To ensure that Indians don’t go to a nation where they are being targetted for racial discrimination.

E) None of the above.

Q2: As per newspaper reports, inflation in India and China was at a very high level. In such a situation the Central Banks of these countries are required to follow?

A) a more liberal credit policy.                          B) a very tight credit policy.

C) create an atmosphere of easy liquidity in the market.

D) raise the limits of personal and corporate income taxes.

E) None of the above.

Q3: As we all know, banks in India are required to maintain a portion of their demand and time liabilities with the Reserve Bank of India. This portion is called?

A) statutory liquidity ratio.                       B) cash reserve ratio                      C) bank deposit                 D) reserve repo                  E) government securities.

Find Your Answers Here

Q1: C), Q2: B), Q3: B),

Part C

Q4: Reserve Bank of India is the lender of the last resort to scheduled commercial banks because?

A) the parties can approach R B I when their limits are exhausted.

B) they are not able to get loans from other banks.

C) R B I meets directly or indirectly all their reasonable demands for financial accommodation subject to certain terms and conditions which constitute its discount rate policy.

D) All of the above.                 E) None of the above.

Q5: Banks without the prior approval of the Reserve Bank of India (R B I), can’t:

A) one a new place of business in India or abroad.

B) shift otherwise that within the same centres (city/ town/ village) of the existing place of business.

C) shift their sole rural branch outside the centre/ village is not permitted, as such shifting would render the centre unabated.

D) All of the above.                          E) None of the above.

Q6: The interest rate at which the RBI lends to commercial banks in the short term to maintain liquidity is known as:

A) interest rate                          B) repo rate                  C) reverse repo rate                 D) bank rate          E) None of the above.

Find Your Answers Here

Q4: C), Q5: D), Q6: B)

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