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Question number: 1209

» 2018 » September

» Economic and Corporate News » Basic Economic Data

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Consider the following statement about 175 GW of Renewable Energy Capacity by 2022:

i) According to Delhi Solar Policy, 2016, target is set for installation of 1 GW of solar power by 2025 in Delhi.

ii) Target includes 10 GW from solar, 100 GW from wind, 60 GW from bio-power & 5 GW from small hydro-power.

Choose the correct statement

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

i only

b.

ii only

c.

i and ii only

d.

None of the above

Question number: 1210

» 2018 » August

» Economic and Corporate News » Basic Economic Data

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What is Exchange Traded Fund (ETF)?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

ETF is open-ended mutual fund scheme.

b.

It achieves thru passive investment strategy of investing in same stocks

c.

They have lower expense ratios in comparison to actively managed mutual funds.

d.

All a. , b. and c. are correct

Question number: 1211

» 2018 » August

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Consider the following statement about Electoral Bond Scheme 2018:

i) Electoral Bonds shall be encashed by eligible Political Party thru Bank account w/Authorized Bank and Unauthorized Bank.

ii) SBI, in 2nd phase of sale, is authorized to issue & encash Electoral Bonds thru its 12 Authorized Branches.

iii) Electoral Bonds shall be valid for 15 days from date of issue

Choose the correct statement

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

i only

b.

ii only

c.

i and iii only

d.

iii only

Question number: 1212

» 2018 » September

» Economic and Corporate News » Finance

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Arrange the following countries in ascending order:

1) Germany

2) China

3) Japan

4) India

5) US

6) UK

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

6,2, 4,3, 1,5

b.

5,6, 2,3, 1,4

c.

2,1, 3,6, 4,5

d.

5,2, 3,1, 6,4

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