Wednesday, 8 February 2017

Important 200 Banking Abbreviations

200 IMPORTANT BANKING ABBREVIATIONS
ACF- Auto-Correlation Function
AD - Authorized Dealer
ADB - Asian Development Bank
ADR - American Depository Receipt
AFS - Annual Financial Statement
AGM -- Annual General Meeting
AIRCSC-- All India Rural Credit Survey Committee
AO - Additive Outliers
AR - Auto Regression
ARIMA - Auto-Regressive Integrated Moving Average
AFS -- Available For Sale
ASSOCHAM- Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India
ATM - Asynchronous Transfer Mode
ATM - Automated Teller Machine
BIS -- Bank for International Settlements
BOI-- Bank of India
BoP -- Balance of Payments
BPM5 -- Balance of Payments Manual, 5th edition
BPSD - Balance of Payments Division, DESACS, RBI
BSCS - Basel Committee on Banking Supervision

ENGLISH:SPOTTING ERRORS FOR SYNDICATE/INDIAN/SBI PO

  1. It took the police almost 10 days / to get a owner of the Audi car / to record his statement / and join the investigation.
    1) It took the police almost 10 days
    2) to get a owner of the Audi car
    3) to record his statement
    4) and join the investigation.
    5) No error
  2. The real Ishaq Ahmed was nowhere near the / scene of accident; this looks / like an attempt to frame his and / set him up to take the blame.
    1) The real Ishaq Ahmed was nowhere near the
    2) scene of accident; this looks
    3) like an attempt to frame him and
    4) set his up to take the blame.
    5) No error
  3. A quick and thorough / probe is essential and / authorities must hand / over exemplary punishment.
    1) A quick and thorough
    2) probe is essential and
    3) authorities must hand
    4) over exemplary punishment.
    5) No error
  4. The apex court announced / on Monday that / it will deliver / the verdict in a week.
    1) The apex court announced
    2) on Monday that
    3) it will deliver
    4) the verdict in a week.
    5) No error
  5. What keeps the party together is the / prospect of partaking of / power for its remaining / four-and-a-half year.
    1) What keeps the party together is the
    2) prospect of partaking of
    3)  power for its remaining
    4) four-and-a-half year.
    5) No error

DI QUIZ :SYNDIACTE/INDIAN/SBI PO

Directions (1-4): Study the following table carefully to answer the questions that follow.

Number (N) of six type of Electronic Products sold by Six different stores in a month and the price per product (P) (price in Rs ‘000) charged by each Store

Store
A
B
C
D
E
F
Product
N
P
N
P
N
P
N
P
N
P
N
P
L
54
135
48
112
60
104
61
124
40
136
48
126
M
71
4.5
53
3.8
57
5.6
49
4.9
57
5.5
45
4.7
N
48
12
47
18
52
15
54
11.5
62
10.5
56
11
O
52
53
55
48
48
50
54
49
59
47
58
51
P
60
75
61
68
56
92
44
84
46
76
59
78
Q
43
16
44
15
45
14.5
48
15.6
55
18.2
55
14.9
Q1. What is the total amount earned by Store C through the sale of M and O type products together?
(a) Rs 2719.2 lakh 
(b) Rs 271.92 lakh
(c) Rs 2.7192 lakh 
(d) Rs 27.192 lakh
(e) None of these

Q2. Number of L type product sold by Store F is what percent of the number same type of products sold by Store E?
(a) 76.33 
(b) 124 
(c) 83.33
(d) 115 
(e) None of these

Q3. What is the difference in the amount earned by Store A through the sale of P type products and that earned by Store B through the sale of Q type products?
(a) Rs 38.4 lakh 
(b) Rs 0.384 lakh 
(c) Rs 3.84 lakh
(d) Rs 384 lakh 
(e) None of these

Q4. What is the respective ratio of total number of N and L type products together sold by Store D and the same products sold by Store A?
(a) 119 : 104
(b) 102 : 115 
(c) 104 : 115
(d) 117 : 103 
(e) None of these

Directions (5-10): Study the following graph to answer the given questions.



Q5. If the income of Company X in 1998-99 was equal to the expenditure of Company Y in 2001-2002, what was the ratio of their respective profits?
(a) 13:15
(b) 15:26
(c) 13:26
(d) Cannot be determined
(e) None of these

Q6. For Company X, its income in 2001-2002 was equal to its expenditure in 2002-2003, what was the ratio of its respective incomes in these two years?
(a) 4:5
(b) 3:4
(c) 2:3
(d) Cannot be determined
(e) None of these

Q7. For Company Y, in which year is the percent of increase in percent profit over that of previous year the highest?
(a) 2002-03
(b) 1999-2000
(c) 2001-02
(d) Cannot be determined
(e) None of these

Q8. In 1997-98, the expenditure of Company X was Rs. 40 crores. What was its income in that year?
(a) Rs. 50 crore
(b) Rs. 48 crore
(c) Rs. 46 crore
(d) Cannot be determined
(e) None of these

Q9. What was the difference in the expenditures of the two companies in 1999-2000?
(a) 10
(b) 100
(c) 1000
(d) Cannot be determined
(e) None of these

Q10. In 2002-03 the income of Company Y was Rs. 128 crores. What was its expenditure in that year?
(a) Rs. 76.8 crore
(b) Rs. 64 crore
(c) Rs. 48 crore
(d) Cannot be determined
(e) None of these


ANSWERS

S1. Ans.(d) 
Sol. Total amount earned by store C through the sales of M and O type products together
= (57 × 5.6 + 48 × 50) thousand
= (319.2 + 2400) thousand
= 27.192 lakh


S2. Ans.(e) 
Sol. Number of L type product sold by store F = 48
Number of L type product sold by store E = 40
Required percentage = 48/40*100 =120


S3. Ans.(a) 
Sol. Required difference
= (60 × 75 – 44 × 15) thousand
= (4500 – 660) thousand
= 38.4 lakh


S4. Ans.(e) 
Sol. Required ratio = (61 + 54) : (54 + 48) = 115 : 102






















S8. Ans.(b)
Sol. Required income
= 120% of Rs. 40 Crore = Rs. 48 Crore

S9. Ans.(d)
Sol. The given graph depicts only the percent profit earned by the two companies over the given years. Hence, these information are insufficient to answer the question.


S10. Ans.(e)
Sol. In 2002 – 03 profit earned by company Y was 60% 
Therefore, 160% of expenditure Rs. 128 crore
Thus, required expenditure = 128/160× 100 = Rs. 80 Crores



BASED ON MEMORY SBI PO MAINS 2016 PUZZLE


Ten persons are sitting in twelve seats in two parallel rows containing five people each, in such a way that there is an equal distance between adjacent persons.
 In row 1, A, B, C, D and E are seated and all of them are facing south, and in row 2,  P, Q,  R,  S  and  T  are  sitting  and  all  of  them  are  facing  north.  One  seat  is  vacant  in  each  row.  Therefore,  in  the  given  seating arrangement each member seated in a row faces another member of the other row. All of them like a different colour i.e. Red, Green, Pink, Blue, Purple, White, Black, Grey, Violet and Yellow. 
  S sits third to the right of R and likes Blue colour.  
  Only two people sit between Q and Vacant seat.  
  Q does not like Purple and Pink colour.  
  E is not an immediate neighbour of C.  
  B likes yellow colour. The one who likes Pink colour faces the one who likes Grey colour. 
  The one who likes Pink colour sits opposite to the one, who sits third right of the one, who sits opposite to S.  
  C is not an immediate neighbour of D.  
  T, who likes neither Purple nor White colour, does not face vacant seat.  
  Neither S nor R sits at an extreme ends. D faces R.  
  Vacant seats are not opposite to each other.  
  Two persons sit between C and B, who sits third right of the one, who likes Black colour.  
  The one who likes Violet colour faces the one, who likes Blue colour.  
  The person who likes Red colour and Grey colour are adjacent to each other. 
   Vacant seat of row-1 is not an immediate neighbour of D.  
  Q sits at one of the extreme ends.  
  R does not like Red and Grey colour. 
   Vacant seat of row-1 does not face S also does not sit at any of the extreme ends. 

SOLUTION




PUZZLES SET5:SYNDICATE/INDIAN/SBI PO

I. Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.
Seven people, namely P,Q,R,S,T,U and V like seven different movies namely The Avengers, Titanic, The Dark Knight, Jurassic Park, Avatar, Iron Man 2 and Batman Begins but not necessarily in the same order. Each people also works in the same office but at a different department on the basis of experience namely Administration (ADMIN), Marketing & Sales, (M&S), Accounts (ACC), Production (PO), Quality Management (QM), Human Resources (HR), and Public Relations (PR), but not necessarily in the same order.
Note : Each person has been allocated to a department as per increasing order of experience with the one in ADMIN being the least experienced whilst the one in PR Being the most experienced.
Only one person has less experience than U. The one who has less experience than U likes Jurassic Park. Only one person has more experience than P. The one in HR likes Avatar. Only two people have more experience than the one who likes The Avengers. V likes Batman Begins and has more experience than the one who likes The Avengers. S has less experience than the one in PO, but more experience than the one who likes The Dark Knight. T neither has the least experience than the one who likes The Dark Knight. T neither has the least experience nor he works in QM. Q does not work in QM. The one who likes Titanic does not work in PO.
1.As per the given arrangement, ADMIN is related to Jurassic Park and PR is related to Batman Begins in a certain way. To which of the following is ACC related to the same way?
A. The Dark Knight
B. The Avengers
C. Iron Man 2
D. Avatar
E. Titanic
2.Which of the following pairs of people who have more experience than S less experience than U?
A. V, P
B. Q, U
C. R, V
D. T, Q
E. R, P

3.Which combination represents the department that R works in and the movie he likes?
A. QM – The Avengers
B. PO – The Dark Knight
C. PO – Iron Man 2
D. ACC – Jurassic Park
E. ADMIN – Jurassic Park

4.Who amongst the following works in ADMIN?
A. S
B. R
C. P
D. Q
E. Other than those given as options

5.Which of the following movies does S like?
A. The Dark Knight
B. Iron Man 2
C. The Avengers
D. Jurassic Park
E. Titanic