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Mms Hoc Sample Questions

Mms Hoc Sample Questions

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Banking and InsuranceBanking
Explain the role of banking sector in the development of the national economy2.
Define the term banking and enumerate the functions of commercial banks3.
Explain the various types of deposits offered by bank to its customers4.
Explain the various types of loans offered by bank to its customers5.
Trace the development of commercial banking in India6.
Explain the structure of banking in India7.
Discuss the objectives and functions of RBI.8.
Illustrate the process of credit creation by commercial banks9.
Explain the tools used by RBI in controlling the credit creation process by thecommercial banks10.
Point out the main difference between public sector banks and private sector banks11.
Explain the development ,licensing and functions of foreign banks12.
Explain the role and function of regional rural banks .13.
Illustrate the structure of co-operative banking in India14.
Explain the key differences between commercial banking and co-operative banking.15.
Explain the problems faced by co-operative banking in India16.
Explain the key features of the Banking (Regulation) Act ,1949.17.
Explain the rationale of banking sector reforms in India18.
Discuss the recommendations of Narasimham Committee
What are NPAs ?Explain the classification of NPAs20.
Explain treasury management in a bank21.
Explain ALM and its importance22.
Explain Risk Management in Banks23.
Explain the functions of treasurer in bank.24.
Explain the following with reference to the SARFAESI Act 2002a)
Asset Reconstructionc)
Enforcement of Security Interest25.
Explain the need for consolidation in the Indian banking industry26.
Make a SWOT analysis of Indian banking industry27.
Explain the recommendations of Basel-II28.
What do you understand by monetary policy?29.
Explain the tools by which RBI implements its monetary policy30.
Discuss the scope ,objective and functions of NABARD.31.
Write notes ona)
National Housing Bankb)
Illustrate the balance sheet of a bank33.
Explain the various assets appearing in the balance sheet of a bank34.
Explain the various liabilities appearing in the balance sheet of a bank35.
Explain the followinga)
Economic Equity Ratio36.
Explain the followinga)
Banking Bookb)
Trading Bookc)
Off-balance sheet exposures37.
Explain the major risks in banking business38.
Explain the process of risk management in banks
Explain the concept of insurance40.
Explain the importance of insurance to individuals and business41.
Explain the various functions of Insurance42.
Distinguish betweena)
Insurance contracts and wagering contractsb)
Assurance and Insurancec)
Gambling and Insurance43.
Write notes ona)
Fidelity Guarantee Insuranceb)
Burglary Insurancec)
Transit Insurance44.
Explain the differences between life insurance and non-life
Explain the advantages of life insurance46.
Discuss the various kinds of fire policies47.
A fire insurance is a contract of indemnity. Comment48.
Explain insurable interest in a fire policy. Who all can have insurable interest in a firepolicy.49.
What is a contract of Marine Insurance? What are its essential features50.
Explain warranties in a marine insurance contracts51.
Explain the various marine insurance policies52.
Explain the salient features of Motor Vehicle Insurance and the risks covered under sucha policy.53.
Discuss the role of IRDA IN THE Indian Insurance Service sector.

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