IBPS PO Memory Based Question Paper

The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection is conducting the IBPS PO Exam 2020 on 03, 10, 11 October 2020. Candidates appearing for the exam can go through the IBPS PO Memory Based Paper to know the type of questions asked in the exam and plan their preparation accordingly.

IBPS PO Memory Based Paper 2020

With the help of memory-based paper, candidates can improve their speed and accuracy on the day of the exam. Check out the shift-wise questions for IBPS PO Exam below:

IBPS PO Prelims Shift 2 Questions Asked – Oct 3, 2020

Reasoning

• Linear seating arrangement- parallel rows
• Linear seating arrangement – uncertain number of people all facing north
• Month based puzzle – 6 months
• 6 People to be arranged in consecutive days + fruits

Mathematical Ability

• Table based Caselet DI
• Line Graph

English

• Sentence error detection was asked

IBPS PO Prelims Shift 1 Questions Asked – Oct 3, 2020

Reasoning

• ALONGSIDE – consonant increase, then vowel
• 73951286 – pair the numbers
• 9-word Chinese coding
• 4 members seated in a circular manner
• 4 south facing and 4 north facing

Mathematical Ability

• Line graph was based on zero elephant
• Tabular DI was based on Output and Input
• Caselet was based on boys and girls.
• 2x+3y=52; 5x-2y=16 Find x and y

English Language

• Close Test was based on Petroleum and crude oil.
• RC was based on School Education
• In RC there were 2 vocab questions i.e., synonyms of Drive and Ripe

IBPS PO Memory Based Questions Asked

• As per the experts, knowing previous year questions will help candidates to better prepare for the upcoming IBPS PO exam.
• Candidates are advised to go through the IBPS PO Exam Analysis to know the difficulty level of the paper and type of questions asked in the exam.
• In this post, we have provided the memory-based questions asked in the IBPS PO exam.
• Candidates can view or download the IBPS PO memory based questions PDF from the direct link provided below and start practising for the exam.
• Solving IBPS PO Previous year Question Papers will help candidates to know the difficulty level of the paper and improve their time management skills.

IBPS PO Pre Memory Based Paper 2019

Here, we have provided the memory-based questions for all the shifts of the IBPS Exam. Go through the questions and know from which topics most of the questions are asked from.

IBPS PO Memory Based Questions asked from English

Directions (71-75): In each of the questions given below five words are given in bold. These five words may or may not be in their correct position. The sentence is then followed by options with the correct combination of words that should interchange with each other in order to make the sentence grammatically and contextually correct. Find the correct combination of the words that replace each other. If the sentence is correct as it then select option (e) as your choice.

Q71. The (A) academician did a (B) commendable job in (C) highlighting the (D)dangers of the so-called lethal weapon (E)systems.

(a) (A) – (E)

(b) (B) – (C)

(c) (B) – (E)

(d) (A) -(D) and (B) and (E)

(e) No interchange required

Q72. Skills are a (A) asset (B) vital in today’s globalised economy where (C) threat jobs are under (D) unskilled of (E) automation.

(a) (A) – (E)

(b) (B) – (C)

(c) (A) – (B) and (C) and (D)

(d) (B) – (E)

(e) No interchange required

Q73. (A) corruption employees (B) facing criminal or (C) government cases are under a (D)scanner of the Modi (E) administration.

(a) (D) – (E)

(b) (A) – (C)

(c) (A) – (B) and (C) and (D)

(d) (B) – (E)

(e) No interchange required

Q74. If the (A) obliged are (B) alternative, the (C) authorities are (D) flights to provide compensation or an (E) cancelled.

(a) (A) – (E)

(b) (B) – (C)

(c) (B) – (E)

(d) (A) – (D) and (B) and (E)

(e) No interchange required

Q75. The revenue (A)department has asked customs (B)officials to ensure strict (C)implementation of (D) import on (E) prohibition of ecigarettes.

(a) (A) – (E)

(b) (D) – (E)

(c) (B) – (E)

(d) (A) – (D) and (B) and (E)

(e) No interchange required

Directions (76-81): Read the following passage and answer the following questions. Some words are highlighted to help you answer some of the questions. A golden age for Western schools in China may be coming to an end in the face of a new Government clampdown. China has been a happy hunting ground for Western schools in recent years, as a burgeoning middle class looks to equip their children with the qualifications to get into a Western university, as well as the skills to join a global workforce. The last five years has seen a 64% increase in the number of students enrolled in international schools in China, which now account for 372,000 children in 857 schools. But from next year, schools will have to select their students via a lottery, rather than being able to pick and choose from among the applicants. The crackdown has been prompted by fears that foreign-owned schools are poaching the brightest children, according to Richard Gaskell, director of international education analysts ISC Research. The move follows changes introduced last years requiring international schools to teach the Chinese curriculum alongside other national programs.

There is a backlash against the rapid increase in international schools in China, where it’s perceived that they have been simply creaming off the best students. International schools should put expansion plans on hold until the full effect of the changes becomes apparent next spring, he told the Headmasters’ and Headmistresses’ Conference of leading fee-paying schools in the U.K.

The international schools market has exploded in China in recent years after the authorities relaxed regulations Chinese children attending foreign-owned schools. Until then, international schools almost entirely served the children of foreign nationals, but opening them up to Chinese children revealed a massive and previously untapped demand.

For the growing Chinese middle class, the schools provided a more reliable route that Chinese national schools for getting into highly-regarded universities in the West, particularly those in the U.S. and U.K. These students, in turn, represent a lucrative source of income, for both the schools themselves and for Western universities. The annual fee for a leading international school is around 280,000 yuan, or \$39,000. China is the largest source of international students at U.K. universities, _________________ for more than one in five at undergraduate and postgraduate level. Some of the most prestigious private schools have sought to capitalise on their brand by opening branches in China in recent years. A record 14 British international schools have opened or are due to open in China this year, including outposts of the King’s School, Canterbury, and Shrewsbury School, which counts Charles Darwin among its alumni.

But despite the increased scrutiny, there are still opportunities for international schools to open in China, given the “massive demand” among Chinese families. There is a deep desire amongst the wealthy, middle class and young Chinese parents for a Western-style of education. Parents want an international education but also want their children to retain their culture and identity, he added, as well as excellent exam results and “places at the top universities.”

Q76. Which of the following statements is not true as per the information given in the passage above?

(I) Many international universities are cancelling their plans to build universities in China owing to increasing restriction by the Chinese government.

(II) Although there is a huge demand for UK universities in China, the number of UK universities is coming down.

(III) Parents want their children to be more inclined towards Western education for a stronger workforce instead of retaining their culture and identity.

(a) Only A

(b) Both A & C

(c) All A, B, C

(d) Both B & C

(e) Only C

Q77. Which of the following words means the SAME as RELAXED, as highlighted in the passage?

(a) associated

(b) reached

(c) dressed

(d) eased

(e) stressed

Q78. Which of the following words can fit in “____________”, as given in the passage?

(a) intertwining

(b) briefing

(c) accounting

(d) spending

(e) bettering

Q79. Which of the following phrases can replace the phrase “in the face of”, as given in the passage?

(a) because of

(b) against of

(c) in lieu of

(d) emerging

(e) in terms of

Q80. What are the probable reasons for the adoption of new rules by the Chinese government regarding the coming of Western Schools in China?

(a) International students in China have suddenly increased manifold

(b) Chinese government endorsees to attract International schools to invest in schooling infrastructure in China

(c) Most of the international schools only pick intelligent students

(d) Most of the international organizations do not invest in the Chinese schooling system

(e) None of the given options is true

Q81. Which of the following is/ are the reasons for parents in China to prefer international schools for their children?

(I) The syllabus in Chinese schools in complex and therefore should be avoided.

(II) There is a lack of local teachers within Chinese schools

(III) International schools open up more opportunities for the students to admissions to foreign universities and better jobs.

(a) Only (III)

(b) Both (II) & (III)

(c) Only (II)

(d) All (I), (II), (III)

(e) None of these

Directions (82-83): In the following question a sentence is given following with three words. Choose among the following words which reflect its meaning in the sentence correctly.

Q82. The minister was __________________ by the authorities for not paying the taxes.

(A) Hounded

(B) Moved

(C) Pursued

(a)Only (A)

(b)Only (B)

(c)Only (C)

(d)Only (A) and (B)

(e)Only (A) and (C)

Q83. Police said the case ____________ huge amounts of public money which have been diverted fraudulently and that interrogation is needed to track the funds.

(A) hours

(B) involves

(C) conduct

(a)Only (A)

(b)Only (B)

(c)Only (C)

(d)Only (A) and (B)

(e)All (A), (B) and (C)

Directions (84-89): In the following questions each sentence is divided into five parts. Read each sentence to find out if there is any error in any of the parts . The error, if any will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer if there is no error, the answer is (e).

Q84. The farmer finds (A)/ it difficult to find (B)/ buyers to sell their (C)/ fresh organic produce (D).

(a) (A)

(b) (B)

(c) (C)

(d) (D)

(e) No error

Q85. It were not Mr. Kejriwal’s fault (A) /that the BJP Mayors are “incompetent” (B)/ and “corrupt” that they were not (C)/ invited, said Sanjay Singh (D).

(a) (A)

(b) (B)

(c) (C)

(d) (D) (e) No error Q86. The Supreme Court says Canadian (A)/judges has been too soft on (B)/ punishment for 30 years in giving (C)/offenders the lowest possible sentence (D)/.

(a) (A)

(b) (B)

(c) (C)

(d) (D)

(e) No error

Q87. The government is (A)/ expected to issue a statement (B) /regarding the investigation (C)/ to the press (D).

(a) (A)

(b) (B)

(c) (C)

(d) (D)

(e) No error

Q88. The company, Maruti Suzuki, (A) / has been producing ten million (B) / units since it was (C)/ established in 1982 (D).

(a) (A)

(b) (B)

(c) (C)

(d) (D)

(e) No error

Q89. Under no circumstances (A)/you would be allowed to remain (B)/ out of home after ten o’clock , (C)/said Radhika to her son (D).

(a) (A)

(b) (B)

(c) (C)

(d) (D)

(e) No error

Directions (90-94): In the following questions five sentences are given with a phrase highlighted. These phrases may or may not be correct. Following the sentences are four phrases, from which one phrase will replace the incorrect phrase. The number of that correct phrase will be your answer. If the phrase is correct then option (e) i.e. “No replacement required” will be your answer.

Q90. Although of the praise, Mr. Trump never formally nominated Mr. McAleenan to run the agency.

(a) Despite of the praise

(b) Whether the praise

(c) Despite the praise

(d) Although the praised

(e) No replacement required

Q91. Yesterday, ahead of Diwali, the Union government announce the Non-Productivity Linked Bonus (Ad-hoc) equivalent to 30 days of emoluments for the accounting year 2018-19.

(a) government announces the

(b) government have announced the

(c) government announced the

(d) government is announced the

(e) No replacement required

Q92. The two playwrights worked in close collaborating with each other on the script. (a) in close collaborate (b) on close collaborating (c) on close collaborate (d) in close collaboration (e) No replacement required

Q93. If UK will agree to the provisions on e-commerce, it will mean it won’t be allowed to impose data privatisation rules on industries looking to do business in UK.

(a) agree to the

(b) agrees to the

(c) shall agrees to the

(d) will agrees to the

(e) No replacement required

Q94. U.S. Customs and Border Protection said this week that arrests at the U.S.-Mexico border fall in September for the fourth month in the row.

(a) border fell in

(b) border falled in

(c) border falling in

(d) border has fell in

(e) No replacement required

Directions (95-100): In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.

For decades, there has been evidence that classroom techniques designed to get students to ______________ (95) in the learning process produces better educational outcomes at virtually all levels. And a new Harvard study suggests it may be important to let students know it.

The study shows that, though students felt as if they learned more through _____________(96) lectures, they actually learned more when taking part in classrooms that employed so-called active-learning strategies. Lead author Louis Deslauriers, the director of science teaching and learning and senior physics preceptor, knew that students would learn more from active learning. But many students and faculty remained hesitant to switch to it.

“Often, students seemed genuinely to prefer smooth-as-silk traditional lectures,” Deslauriers said. “We wanted to take them at their word. Perhaps they actually felt like they learned more from lectures than they did from ____________ (97) learning.”

The question of whether students’ perceptions of their learning ____________ (98) with how well they’re actually learning is particularly important, Deslauriers said, because while students eventually see the value of active learning, initially it can feel ________________ (99).

“Deep learning is hard work. The effort involved in active learning can be misinterpreted as a sign of poor learning,” he said. “On the other hand, a superstar lecturer can explain things in such a way as to make students feel like they are learning more than they actually are.”

To understand that dichotomy, Deslauriers and his co-authors designed an experiment that would expose students in an introductory physics class to both traditional lectures and active learning. When the results were tallied, the authors found that students felt as if they learned more from the lectures, but in fact scored higher on tests following the active learning sessions.

Ultimately, Deslauriers said, the study shows that it’s important to ensure that neither instructors nor students are _____________ (100) into thinking that lectures are the best learning option. “Students might give fabulous evaluations to an amazing lecturer based on this feeling of learning, even though their actual learning isn’t optimal,” he said. “This could help to explain why study after study shows that student evaluations seem to be completely uncorrelated with actual learning.”

Q95.

(b) incurable

(c) participate

(d) take

(e) look

Q96.

(a) unusual

(c) duration

(d) intolerable

Q97.

(a) active

(b) result

(c) recent

(d) Counter

(e) cluster

Q98.

(a) matches

(b) aims

(c) tells

(d) fails

(e) harmony

Q99.

(a) kindle

(b) registered

(c) turning

(d) frustrating

(e) courage

Q100.

(a) tied

(b) consent

(c) fooled

(d) needs

(e) emptied

IBPS PO Memory Based Questions Asked from Quantitative Aptitude

• Data Interpretation – 10 Questions
• Questions from Arithmetic
• Caselet Questions
• 5 questions from Quadratic Equation
• Approxy Question

Directions (46-50): In the following two equations questions numbered (I) and (II) are given. You have to solve both equations and Give answer

(a) If x > y

(b) If x ≥ y

(c) If y > x

(d) If y ≥ x

(e) If x = y or no relation can be established

Q46.

I. x² – 7x + 12 = 0

II. y² – 8y + 12 = 0

Q47.

I. 2x² + x – 28 = 0

II. 2y² – 23y + 56 = 0

Q48.

I. 2x² – 7x – 60 = 0

II. 3y² + 13y + 4 = 0

Q49.

I. x² – 17x – 84 = 0

II. y² + 4y – 117 = 0

Q50.

I. x2 = 81

II. (y-9)2 = 0

Q56. X liters of milk is taken out and replaced with water from a container having 240 liters milk. Now, 20% of the mixture is taken out and replaced with water. In final mixture, the difference in quantity of milk & water is 128 liters. Find X.

(a) 12

(b) 10

(c) 9

(d) 11

(e) 8

Q57. A can do a work in 36 days while B can do the same in 48 days. If A work for ‘x’ days while B work for ‘x+2’ days then one-third of the work is complete. Find the value of x.

(a) 4

(b) 8

(c) 6

(d) 7

(e) 5

Q58. A shopkeeper marked the price of an article by 40% above cost price and gave discount of Rs. 224. On the final amount, he charged 10% tax. In the whole transaction, he earned Rs. 158.6. Find cost price of the article.

(a) Rs 750

(b) Rs 760

(c) Rs 744

(d) Rs 757

(e) Rs 748

Q59. Two friends Pinki and Rinki entered into a partnership by investing an amount of Rs 6000 and Rs 9000 respectively and ratio of their period of investment is 2: 3. Find the profit share of Pinki if profit share of Rinki is Rs 45,000.

(a) Rs 24,000

(b) Rs 20,000

(c) Rs 18,000

(d) Rs 28,000

(e) Rs 25,000

Q60.Time taken to travel a certain distance of ‘x’ km at speed of 40 km/h is 2 hours more than the time taken to travel (x+20) km at speed of 60km/h. Find the time taken to travel (x+40) km at the speed of 40 km/h?

(a) 9 hours

(b) 5 hours

(c) 8 hours

(d) 6 hours

(e) 7.5 hours

Directions (66-70):- Read the given information carefully and answer the following questions. There are four hostels i.e. A, B, C and D.

In hostel A: Number of boys are 120 and number of girls are 30% more than that of number of girls in hostel B.

In hostel B: Number of boys are double than that of number of girls.

In hostel C: Number of boys are 100 more than that of boys in hostel A and total boys and girls in C is 1000.

In hostel D: Number of boys is 182 more than the number of boys in hostel A. Average of number of girls of hostel A and that of hostel D is 223.Number of boys in hostel D is 98 less that of boys in hostel B.

Q66. Difference between number of boys and girls in hostel D is what percent of difference between boys and girls in hostel B?

(a) 53%

(b) 58%

(c) 63%

(d) 60%

(e) 57.5%

Q67. Find difference between total number of boys and girls together in hostel A and that in hostel D?

(a) 108

(b) 118

(c) 112

(d) 98

(e) 128

Q68. Find ratio of total number of boys and girls together in hostel B to that of in hostel C?

(a) 3: 5

(b) 2: 5

(c) 3: 4

(d) 4: 5

(e) 6: 5

Q69. If 20 boys from each hostel left their hostel then find the average of remaining number of boys in all the hostels?

(a) 239.5

(b) 235

(c) 250.5

(d) 240.5

(e) 245.5

Q70. Total number of boys in hostel A and that of girls in hostel C is what percent more than number of boys in hostel B?

(a) 100%

(b) 125%

(c) 150%

(d) 137.5%

(e) 175%

IBPS PO Memory Based Questions from Reasoning

• Inequality Questions
• Blood Relation Questions
• Questions based on Coding-Decoding (Basic Pattern) – 5 Questions
• Linear Question
• Questions from Seating Arrangement
• Order Based Arrangement on Age
• Direction & Distance questions

Q1. In the word ‘BRISKLY’, how many pairs of the letters have the same number of letters between them in the word as in alphabet?

(a) Four

(b) Two

(c) One

(d) Three

(e) More than four

Direction (2-4): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below: Seven members are living in the family.

Q is the daughter of P. B is the brother of R. G is the mother in law of A. B is married with A. B is the uncle of Q. D is the father of B.

Q2. What is the relation of B with respect to P?

(a) Brother

(b) Sister in law

(c) Brother in law

(d) Mother

(e) Aunt

Q3. If C is the brother of B, then What is the relation of C with respect to Q?

(a) Aunt

(b) Uncle

(c) Father

(d) Mother

(e) Sister

Q4. If P is the father of Q, then what is the relation of R with respect to P?

(a) Wife

(b) Husband

(c) Father

(d) Father in law

(e) Mother

Q5. If ’’624739854’’ 1 is added to all the even number and 1 is subtract from all the odd number, then what is the sum of the digits which is fifth from the left end and fourth from the right end?

(a) 12

(b) 9

(c) 11

(d) 10

(e) None of these

Direction (6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below: Eight persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a rectangular table in such a way that four persons sit on each of the four corner of the table and other four persons sit on the middle of each side. The one who sits at the corner of table faces outside the center of table and the one who sits at the middle side of table faces towards the center of table. Persons sitting on opposite sides are exactly opposite to each other.

F sits at one of the middle side of the table. Two persons sit between F and E. Only one person sits between F and C. E does not sit near to C. Either A sits 2nd to the left of H or 2nd right of H. One person sits between A and C. B and G sit opposite to each other. D sits 2nd to the left of B. G doesn’t sit next to F.

Q6. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and hence they form a group. Which one of the following does not belong to that group?

(a) E

(b) G

(c) D

(d) H

(e) B

Q7. Who among the following sits 3rd to the right of D?

(a) E

(b) H

(c) C

(d) A

(e) G

Q8. What is the position of F with respect to G?

(a) 3rd to the right

(b) 2nd to the right

(c) 2nd to the left

(d) 3rd to the left

(e) None of these

Q9. How many persons sit between D and F when counted to the right of D?

(a) One

(b) None

(c) Two

(d) Three

(e) Four

Q10. Who among the following faces to C?

(a) H

(b) B

(c) G

(d) E

(e) None of these

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IBPS PO Mains Exam Question Asked 2019

Here are the subject-wise questions asked in the IBPS PO Exam conducted in 2019 for the mains stage.

Essay

• Social Media Influence,
• Ethical Banking,
• FDI

Letter Writing

• Write a letter to your bank’s branch manager informing him that your EMI installment of Rs. 3000 has been deducted instead of Rs. 2000. Request him to take the necessary action to roll back the transaction or adjust the amount.
• Write a letter to the Road Transport Authority expressing your concern over the usage of high beam LED lights in bikes and cars
• Write a letter to the editor of a newspaper expressing your concern on the state of elderly living alone by themselves. Request the government to take some initiatives to help the senior citizens living alone.

Questions Asked in the English Language

• Error Detection – 3-4 questions
• Cloze test based on Grammar
• 5 questions from Rearrangement
• RC based on Economy, Budget, GDP
• Para jumbles (error detection)

Questions asked in Data Analysis & Interpretation

• Questions from DI (Pie Chart and Bar Graph)
• Probability-Based Caselet
• Puzzle Based Caselet
• Time & Work-Based Question
• Comparison based Number Series
• Bar Graph DI

• Floor Based and Box based questions
• Coding & Decoding – 3 questions
• Direction Based Problem
• Circular based Seating Arrangement Puzzle (7 people based)
• Machine Input & Output Questions

• Current Affairs questions from November month and July month
• There were more of Banking Awareness Questions than Current Affairs
• Question on Economy Survey

1. What is the theme of the World Day for Audiovisual Heritage 2019?
Ans: “Engage the Past Through Sound and Images”
2. Which actor unveiled the ICC World Cup Cup trophies for the men’s and women’s tournament at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG)?
Ans: Kareena Kapoor
3. Which is the first central government healthcare centre to have a robotic surgery facility?
Ans: Safdarjung Hospital
4. Which institute has made the first-ever Indian Brain Atlas (IBA)?
Ans: International Institute of Information Technology (IIIT), Hyderabad
5. Vikram Solar based in which city?
Ans: Kolkata
6. Who is the author of the book “The Unquiet River: A Biography of the Brahmaputra”?
Ans: Arupjyoti Saikia
7. Srei Equipment Finance Ltd partnered with which bank to provide loans to MSMEs Sector?
Ans: United Bank of India (UBI)
8. How many countries have signed the International Solar Alliance (ISA) framework?
Ans: 83
9. Which organization presented the Mother Teresa Memorial Award 2019 for social justice?
Ans: Harmony Foundation
10. Which company signed a Memorandum of understanding (MoU) with NTPC Limited and The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI)?
Ans: Siemens Limited
11. Hyderabad has been announced as ‘Creative City’ by UNESCO for?
Ans: Gastronomy
12. In which state the Asian Development Bank (ADB) will provide USD 451 mn loan to strengthen power connectivity of CKIC?
13. India and ADB (Asian Development Bank) signed a 200-million dollar loan agreement for upgrading roads in which state?
Ans: Maharashtra
14. Who has become the first state in the country to get the law on contract farming?
15. As per the National Health Profile (NHP) 2019, what percentage of GDP of India is spent on public expenditure on health?
Ans: 1.28%
16. Which state government has launched the ABADHA scheme?
Ans:  Odisha
17. Recipient of the 2018 Vyas Samman wrote ‘Jitane Log Utane Prem’ poem?
18. Who has become the first Indian to win the Italian Golden Sand Art Award, 2019?
Ans: Sudarsan Pattnaik
19. Where is the headquarter of Ujjivan Small Finance Bank?
Ans: Bengaluru
20. Who has been appointed as the 47th Chief Justice of India (CJI) of India?
21. Baroda FASTag is based on which technology?
Ans:  Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology
22. MD & CEO of Indian Overseas Bank Karnam Sekar was the former MD and CEO of which bank?
Ans: Dena Bank
23. Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) set up, owned and operated by non-bank entities are called ___
Ans: “White Label ATMs” (WLAs)
24. Which bank has launched a new Fixed Deposit (FD) scheme – FD Health?
Ans: ICICI Bank
25. sbiINTOUCH Tap & Go Debit Card is based on which technology?
Ans: Near Field Communication (NFC) Contactless Technology
26. RBI approves the merger of 13 District Cooperative Banks with state cooperative banks of which state?
Ans: Kerala
27. Global Alumni Endowment Fund has been launched by which institute?
Ans: IIT Delhi
28. The government announced to set up an alternative investment fund (AIF) worth Rs 25,000 crore for__.
Ans: Housing Sector
29. Bharosa Saving Accounts is launched by which Payments Bank?
Ans: Airtel Payments Bank
30. The Central Bureau of Health Intelligence (CBHI) prepared the Report of __.
Ans: National Health Profile
31. The CIBIL Score containing how many digits?
Ans: Three (The CIBIL Score is a 3-digit number ranging from 300-900).
32. Which resolution scheme was launched to solve the NPA problem through a market-led approach?
Ans: Project Sashakt
33. Indian Railways’ which zone conducted ‘Operation Dhanush’against ticket touts involved in e-ticketing?
Ans: Central Railway zone
34. Who is the Chairman of the high-level panel to suggest possible structures and regulations for creating ‘social stock exchanges’ formed by SEBI?
Ans: Ishaat Husain

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