RFO Exam Questions- Multiple Choice

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51. Theme of 12th Five Year Plan is
a. Faster growth b. Inclusive growth
c. Sustainable growth
d. Faster, more inclusive and sustainable growth e. None of these
52. FDI in multi brand retail is allowed by Government of India
a. 1992 b. 2009 c. 2012 d. 2014 e. 2005
53. Lakdawala Committee was constituted to study
a. Estimating Poverty in Country b. Inflation
c. Tourism in India d. Sports infrastructure
e. Reorganisation of States
54. The rate at which bank lend to RBI is known as
a. Bank Rate b. Repo rate c. Reverse Repo rate
d. Interest rate e. None of above
55. Purchasing power parity theory was given by
a. Haberier b. J.S. Mill c. J.E. Meade
d. Gustav Cassel e. Karl Marks
56. Lorenz Curve is used to measure
a. Poverty b. Inefficiency c. Production possibility
d. Inequality e. Development
57. The Central Banking function in India are performed by the
1. Central Bank of India 2. Reserve Bank of India
3. State Bank of India 4. NABARD
a. 1&2 b. 2&3 c. 3&4 d. 2 only e. 1,2,3 & 4

58. If the cash reserve ratio is lowered by the RBI, its impact on credit creation
will be to
a. Increase b. Decrease c. No impact d. Fluctuation e. None of the above
59. Deficit financing means that the Government borrows money from the
a. Local Bodies b. From Market c. Corporate d. IMF e. RBI

60. The banks are required to maintain a certain ratio between their cash in hand
and total assets. This is calledRFO Exam Questions- Multiple Choice


a. Statutory Bank Ratio b. Statutory Liquid Ratio
c. Central Bank Reserve d. Central Liquid Ratio
e. None of above
61. Which of the following statement are correct
1. Eastern part of Karnataka plateau is known as Bayaluseeme and
Western part is Malnad
2. Karnataka plateau is near to equator & sea so has small range of
temperature
3. Major portion of Karnataka plateau falls under the evergreen forest and
is rich in coal
a. 1 & 2 b. 2 & 3 c. 1 & 3 d. 1,2 & 3 e. None
62. Fathometer is used to measure
a. Earth Quake b. Ocean Depth c. Rainfall
d. Sound Intensity e. Electricity
63. The Rock formation that cannot store ground water are called
a. Spring b. Aquifers c. Perched Aquifer d. Aquicludes
e. Statemites
64. The Phenomenon of an opening occurring in the earth surface through
which jet of hot water and steam forces out at irregular intervals is calleda.
Crater b. Geyser c. Hot spring d. Volcano e. Fold
65. The Northern hemisphere and the Southern hemisphere are separated by
a. The international Dali line b. The plane of equator
c. The plane of Tropic of Cancer e. None of these
d. The plane of Tropic of Capricorn
66. The river Sutlej on which the Bhakra Dam has been built originate from
a. a spring in vering b. Near Bala Lacha pass in Lahul
c. Rakas Lake in Tibet d. Mansarovar Lake
e. None of the above
67. The Northern portion of the Western Coastal plain is called
a. Konkan Plain b. Malabar Coast c. Coromandal coast
d. Ganga Coast e. None of the above
68. The Suez Canal connects the
a. Baltic Sea and Caspian Sea b. Medeterrarian Sea & Red Sea
c. Red Sea and Caspian Sea d. Medeterrarian Sea & North Sea
e. Red Sea and Caspian Sea
69. The study of Soils is called
a. Geomorphology b. Hydrology c. Biogeography
d. Pedology e. None of above

70. The smallest country population wise in the world is
a. Vatican City b. Monaco c. Nourure d. Liechtenstein e. Libiya
71. Which of the following is measured on the Richter Scale
a. Density of Liquids b. Intensity of Earth Quake
c. Velocity of Tornadoes d. Height of mountains
e. All of above
72. Which of the following is an igneous rock
a. Granite b. State c. Limestone d. Quartzite e. None of above
73. The main dividing line between the geological regions of the Indo Gangetic
plains and Peninsula is
a. Vindhya range b. The Aravallis c. Nilgiris Hills
d. Satpuras e. Karakorum
74. Nanak Jheera is located in which district of Karnataka
a. Yadgir b. Bidar c. Gulbarga d. Vijayapura e. Shimoga
75. The Radcliffe line is a boundary between
a. India and Pakistan b. India and China
c. India and Myanmar d. India and Afghanistan
e. India and Bhutan
76. The pension of a High Court Judge is charged to the
a. Consolidated fund of India
b. Consolidated fund of the State where he last served
c. Consolidated fund of the different States where he has surved
d. Contingency fund of India
e. None of above
77. Human Development Index was formulated by
a. World Bank b. IMF c. UNICEF d. UNCTAD e. UNDP
78. Forest Right Act (Schedule Tribe and other forest dwellers Act) was
passed by Government of India in
a. 1980 b. 1986 c. 2006 d. 2009 e. 1963
79. State list consisted which one of the following item
a. P&T b. Insurance c. Land d. Shipping and Navigation
e. Foreign affairs

80. How many members are nominated to Rajya Sabha by the President of India
a. 15 b. 14 c. 13 d. 16 e. 12
81. The President can dissolve the Lok Sobha on
a. Advice of Prime Minister b. Advice of Chief Justice of India
c. Recommendation of Lok Sabha d. Recommendation of Rajya Sabha
e. Recommendation of Election Commission of India
82. Preamble enshrines the ideals of liberty, equality and fraternity it
emerge from
a. Russian Revolution b. Irish Revolution c. French Revolution
d. US Constitution e. British Constitution
83. The power of Supreme Court of India to decide the dispute between the
Centre and State fall under its
a. Advisory jurisdiction b. Appellate jurisdiction
c. Original jurisdiction d. Constitutional jurisdiction e. None of above

84. The objective of Resolution was adopted by the Constituted Assembly on
a. 22nd January 1947 b. 26th November 1946 c. 1st October 1948
d. 15th August 1948 e. None of above
85. The Oath of office to the President of India is conducted by
a. The speaker of Lok Sabha b. The Chief Justice of India
c. Vice President of India d. The outgoing President e. None of above
86. Filaria is caused by
a. Bactreia b. Protozoa c. Mosquito d. Virus e. None of above
87. Law of Natural Selection is associated with
a. Dalton b. Darwin c. Keplre d. Mendel e. None
88. The group of metals Fe, Co, Ni may be called as
a. Transition Metals b. Main group metals c. Alkali metal
d. Rare metals e. None of these
89. Sodium metal is kept under
a. Petrol b. Alcohol c. Kerosene d. Water e. Milk
90. Which of the following combination is correct
1. Nautical Mile – Navigation
2. Knot – Ship
3. Bar – Heat
4. Kilowatt – Power
a. 1&3 b. 1,2,3&4 c. 2&3 d. 1,2 &4 e. 3&4
91. Ptyalin is an enzyme produced in the
a. Salivary Glands b. Pituitary Glands c. Thyroid Glands d. Pancreas e. Liver
92. Nymph is the name of young one of
a) Butterfly b. Housefly c. Beetle d. Cockroach e. Earthworm
93. Mumps is a disease caused by
a. Fungus b. Virus c. Bacterium d. Blood impurity e. None of above
94. Night Blindness is caused by lack of which vitamin
a. Vitamin A b. Vitamin B c. Vitamin C d. Vitamin D e. None of above
95. Plants developing in dry condition are
a. Xerophytes b. Lithophytes c. Mesophytes d. Hydrophytes e. None of above
96. Nuclear sizes are expressed in a unit named
a. Fermi b. Newton c. Angstrom d. Fesla e. None of these
97. Magnetism at the centre of the bar magnet is
a. Minimum b. Zero c. Maximum d. Uniform e. Variable
98. What do we call a collection of two or more computer that are located within a limited distance of each other and that are connected to each other directly or indirectly
a. Intranet b. Internet c. Local Area Network d. Wide Area Network
e. None of above
99. Founder of Face book is
a. Mark Zuckerbug b. Bill Gates C. Steve Jobs
d. Ronald Wayne e. None of above
100. Ebola virus causes
a. Pain in joints b. Blindness c. Hemorrhagic fever
d. Effects Liver e. Damages Pancreas

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