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Question 1

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Who is the newly appointed CEO of Infosys?

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a.

Narayan Murthy

b.

Vishal Sikka

c.

Rohan Murthy

d.

Vikram Sikka

Question 2

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Which Company has removed four independent directors appointed by UPA?

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a.

NTPC

b.

SAIL

c.

GAIL

d.

IOC

Question 3

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What is the name of the Indian-origin executive who has been appointed co-head of the Goldman Sachs’ securities division?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Pablo Salame

b.

Ashok Varadhan

c.

Manoj Vaish

d.

All of the above

Question 4

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IMF (International Monetary Fund) was formed in ________year and its headquarter is located at ________years. (4th July)

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Choice (4)Response

a.

1959, Washington

b.

1946, California

c.

1945, Washington

d.

1968, California

Question 5

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Monetary Policy Committee will work with ________ to fix the repo rate. (1st Oct)

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a.

SBI

b.

RBI

c.

Financed Ministry

d.

World Bank

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Recently, who resigned as NSE CEO? (3rd Dec)

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Ashok Chawala

b.

Mr. Prakash Ravel

c.

Ramkrishna

d.

Ravichandran

Question 7

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How much loan amount has been sanctioned by the ADB to build India’s longest river bridge across the Ganga River? (16thNov)

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a.

$1000 Million

b.

$500 Million

c.

$700 Million

d.

$600 Million