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General Awareness Questions Asked In NABARD - 2015 Exam (Morning & Evening shift)


NABARD Carried out its exam for Grade A and Grade B in two shifts i.e. morning and evening. Here are the few questions that were asked in General Awareness section, feel free to add questions that you remember in the comments section below.


Morning Shift:

  • Who is the foreign secretary of India - S Jaishankar
  • Chairman of NITI Ayog - Prime Minister
  • Book of Sanjaya Baru on Manmohan Singh - The Accidental Prime Minister 
  • Chairman of Sangeet Natya Academy - Leela Samson
  • Venue of 2015 Cricket World Cup - Australia and Newzealand
  • Paid up Capital of Small Banks - 100 Crore
  • Number of Applicatons for Small Banks received by RBI - 72
  • Committee on Payments Banks - Nachiket More Committee
  • Samsung is from which country - South Korea
  • Biggest Stock Exchange in the world - NYSE
  • Winds of Samsara was the album which won the Golden Globe this year was composed by -  Ricky Kej, Wouter Kellerman
  • The first lady to lead the ceremonial guard of honour at Rashtrapati Bhavan - Pooja Thakur
  • Headquarters of UNICEF - New York
  • Player with highest price bid in IPL auction - Yuvraj Singh
Evening Shift:
  • In how much time money doubles up in Kisan Vikas Patra Yojana? - 100 months
  • How much is the over-draft limit in PMJDY? - 5 thousand
  • Which Indian government scheme got placed in Guiness book of world record? -PMJDY
  • Who is the 14th financial commission  head? - Y.V. Reddy
  • What is the 7th pay commission implementation date? - Jan 16th, 2016
  • Who is the first Indian cricketer to score an ODI century against Pakistan in world cup? - Virat Kohli
  • What is the total number of teams playing in World cup 2015? - 14
  • Which organisation is the credit agency regulator? - SEBI
  • What is the maximum amount limit in Kisan Vikas Patra Yojana?
  • Which are the two biggest Indian banks regarding capital share? - SBI and ICICI
  • When was the national girl child day? -24th January
  • Who got life time achievement award in Dubai film festival? - Asha Bhonsle
  • What is the new name of Planning Commission? - NITI Ayog
  • R.K. who recently died was a? - Cartoonist
  • 1 rupee note stopped printing in year? - 1994
  • Bharat Ratna Awardees in 2015? - Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Madam Mohan Malviya
  • Who is chairman of Censor Board - Pahlaj Nihalani
  • Full form of VAT- Value Added Tax
  • Who won sahitya award for sanskrit- Prabhu Nath Dwivedi
  • RuPay was introduced by - NPCI
  • Modi suit printed with his name auctioned in city - 

Add more questions in comments section.

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