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(Papers) RBI Grade “B” Officers Mains (Phase II) Exam "held on April 2012"

RBI Grade “B” Officers Mains (Phase II) Exam "held on April 2012"

English : Paper - 1

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  1. 3 hours, 100 marks
  2. All questions are compulsory.
  3. Figures to the right indicate full marks to each question.
  4. Each question should be answered on a new page.
  5. All parts of a question should be answered together without other answers intervening.
  6. Marks will be deducted if an answer far exceeds or falls short of the set limit or is irrelevant or if the handwriting is illegible.
  7. Answers must be written only in English.
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(Paper) RBI Grade 'B' Officer Mains (Phase II) Exam - 2011



RBI Grade 'B' Officer Mains (Phase II) Exam - 2011

English Paper 1 - 2011



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(Paper) RBI Grade 'B' Officer Mains (Phase II) Exam - 2010



RBI Grade 'B' Officer Mains (Phase II) Exam - 2010

English Paper -1



Essay

Write an argumentative essay of about 500 words on any one of the following:-40

  • Does Politics need Ethics?
  • Cricket unites the World!
  • Do Growth and Inflation go together?
  • Is Environment our Social Responsibility?
  • Travel and Tourism is a booming business.

Precis

Make a precis of the following passage in your own words, reducing it to about 250 words, and give it a suitable title. Use the special sheet provided for the purpose:-24

FOR the head of the IMF to quote Adam Smith may seem unremarkable. But here is Dominique Strauss-Kahn citing the great man in November 2010: “The disposition to admire, and almost to worship, the rich and the powerful and…neglect persons of poor and mean condition...is the great and most universal cause of the corruption of our moral sentiments."

Mr. Strauss-Kahn then bemoaned "a large and growing chasm between rich and poorespecially within countries ". He argued that inequitable distribution of wealth could "wear down the social fabric ". He added: “More unequal countries have worse social indicators, a poorer human-development record, and higher degrees of economic insecurity and anxiety."

That marks a huge shift. Just before the financial crisis America's Congress was gaily cutting taxes for the highest earners, and Tony Blair, Britain's prime minister, said he did not care how much soccer players earned so long as he could reduce child poverty. So why has fear of inequality stormed back into fashion? Does it matter in some new way? Does it have previously unknown effects?

The most obvious reason for the renewed attention is inequality's apparent increase. A common yardstick is the Gini coefficient, which runs from 0 (everyone has the same income) to 1 (one person has all the income). Most countries range between 0.25 and 0.6.

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(Paper) RBI Grade 'B' Officer Mains (Phase II) Exam - 2009



RBI Grade 'B' Officer Mains (Phase II) Exam - 2009

English Paper -1



Essay

Write an argumentative essay of about 500 words on any one of the following:-40

  • Is China a threat to India?
  • The 2008 recession was a myth in India.
  • Can we leave the world a safer place for the next generation?
  • Formal education is the only way to success in life?
  • Business Schools more business than school?

Precis

Make a precis of the following passage in your own words, reducing it to about 250 words, and give it a suitable title. Use the special sheet provided for the purpose:-24

These days, if you are the leader, you have got to give up your omnipotent fantasies that you know and must do everything. Bosses, these days, are advised to abandon their ego to the talents of others. Employees will not take any ' crap' from anyone. Young kids, fresh out of university, do not believe in hierarchy at the workplace, and they do not believe in being bossed around. Experts believe that the competition in the talent market has made employees "soft and submissive", and most organizations oppose strict and harsh leaders even when the employees' behaviour demands stern action. Are bosses scared to confront their employees?

Rigid, autocratic management styles are outdated and ineffective in today's modern workplace. If leaders want to motivate their bright young workers, they need to adopt a more collaborative style. One would come across such situations more in the BPO or IT industries, as compared to niche industries, where the fear is not too high though prevalent. That is because it is difficult to find the right candidate to fill in the position, if a particular employee quits.

Some H R Managers, however, do not agree that bosses today are scared to confront their employees. At the same time, they do not believe in the word ' confrontation'. They feel the need to talk to employees on a regular basis. The idea is not to criticize them, but to give them feedback for better performance and development.

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(Paper) RBI Grade 'B' Officer Mains (Phase II) Exam - 2008



RBI Grade 'B' Officer Mains (Phase II) Exam - 2008

English Paper 1



Essay

Write an argumentative essay of about 500 words on any one of the following:-40

  • What went wrong in Singur?
  • The Role of Media in a Crisis.
  • The Nuclear Deal.
  • The Future of Peace in India.
  • Can we host the Olympics?

Precis

Make a precis of the following passage in your own words, reducing it to about 250 words, and give it a suitable title. Use the special sheet provided for the purpose:

Look beyond the stock markets, especially at the seized-up money markets, and there is little to see except bank failures, emergency rescues and high anxiety in the credit markets. These forces are drawing the financial system closer to disaster and the rich world to the edge of a nasty recession.

The crisis is spreading in two directions across the Atlantic to Europe, and out of the financial markets into the real economy. Governments have been dealing with it disaster by disaster. They have struggled to gain control not just because of the speed of contagion but also because policymakers, and the public they serve have failed fully to grasp the breadth and depth of the crisis.

Western Europe is not the limit of this the panic has also struck banks in Hong Kong, Russia and now India. And it is not just the geographical breadth of this crisis that is alarming, but also its economic depth. Because it is rooted in the money markets, it will feed through to businesses and households in every economy it hits.

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(Paper) RBI Grade 'B' Officer Mains (Phase II) Exam - 2007



RBI Grade 'B' Officer Mains (Phase II) Exam - 2007

English Paper 1



Essay

1. Write an argumentative essay of about 500 words on any one of the following:-40

  • Has the virtual workplace become a reality?
  • Health insurance and wealth!
  • Laptops for notebooks, what next in schools?
  • In the Light of the popularity of ODIs and 20 x 20s has Test Cricket a future?
  • What's wrong with the SEZ policy?

Precis

Make a precis of the following passage in your own words, reducing it to about 250 words, and give it a suitable title. Use the special sheet provided for the purpose:-24

The idea that mobile phones bring economic benefits is now widely accepted. In places with bad roads, few trains and parlous land lines, they substitute for travel, allow price data to be distributed more quickly and easily, enable traders to reach wider markets and generally ease the business of doing business. Leonard Waverman of the London Business School has estimated that an extra ten mobile phones per 100 people in a typical developing country leads to an extra half a percentage point of growth in GDP per person. To realize the economic benefits of mobile phones, governments in such countries need to do away with state monopolies, issue new licenses to allow rival operators to enter the market and slash taxes on handsets. With few exceptions (halo, Ethiopia), they have done so, and mobile phones are now spreading fast, even in the poorest parts of the world.

As mobile phones have spread, a new economic benefit is coming into view ; using them for banking and, so improving access to financial services, not just telecoms networks. Pioneering M-banking projects in the Philippines, Kenya and South Africa show the way. These “branchless” schemes typically allow customers to deposit and withdraw cash through a mobile operator's airtime-re-sale agents, and send money to other people via text messages that can be exchanged for cash by visiting an writ Workers can then be paid by phone; taxi-drivers and delivery-drivers can accept payments without carrying cash around; money can be easily sent to friends and family. A popular use is to deposit money before making a long journey and then withdraw it at the other end, which is safer than carrying lots of cash.

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(Paper) RBI Grade 'B' Officer Mains Exam Paper II - 2014 "Economic and Social Issues"



RBI Grade 'B' Officer Mains Exam Paper II - 2014

Economic and Social Issues



1. Explain different indices for measuring economic development. Which measure is most appropriate according to you and why ?

2. “ Deepening challenge of the climate change is the area that requires immediate global attention”. Discuss.

3.

(a) Explain the provisions under MGNREGA.
(b) Examine the challenges of Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) with respect to MGNREG Scheme.

4. Examine the inter-relationship of food inflation and rising wages in rural areas of India.

5. Explain the causes of India’s rising sexual crime graph. What measures would you suggest to prevent the same?

6. “Increasing unemployment in India reveals that we are not able to put our demographic dividend to good use”. Discuss.

7. Explain :—

(a) Trends of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in India
(b) FDI in Insurance

8. Critically evaluate the J P Nayak committee’s recommendations to dismantle the government’s stakes in nationalized banks.
9. Explain the contribution of service sector in income, employment and export in
India.

10. Write notes on any two :—

(a) Malnutrition in India
(b) Use of social media in education : a boon or bane
(c) Problem of child labour in India
(d) Declining sex ratio.

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(Paper) RBI Grade 'B' Officer Mains (Phase II) Exam - 2012 "Economic & Social Issues"

RBI Grade “B” officers’ Mains (Descriptive) Exam - 2012

Paper 2: Economic & Social Issues

Instructions:
  1. 3 hours, 100 marks
  2. Answer any five questions.
  3. All questions carry equal marks.
  4. Answers may be written either in English or in Hindi at the candidate’s option. However, all the questions should be answered only in the language so chosen. Answer-books written partly in English and partly in Hindi will not be evaluated.
  5. Part of the same question must be answered together without answers to other questions intervening.
  6. Answer to each question must be started on a fresh page.
  7. Marks will be deducted if handwriting is not easily legible.
  8. Answers will be judged on the basis of perspective, analysis and presentation

Questions (Attempt any five)

Q.1 Examine the banking sector reform measures undertaken in India since 1991. Briefly describe the recent changes in RBI’s monetary policy.

Q.2 Two Questions

  1. What is sustainable development? What should be done to achieve it?
  2. What is environment management? Explain social and economic aspects of environment management.

Q.3 Two questions

  1. Do you agree with a view that public sector enterprises have played a strategic role in accelerating economic growth? Explain.
  2. Explain the importance of service sector and its contribution to employment in India.

Q.4 Two Questions

  1. Monetary measures have failed to control inflation in India.” Explain. (b) Suggest suitable options for controlling inflation.
  2. Explain the measures and strategies adopted by India on the following subjects

Q.5 Two Question

  1. Provision of Social Security
  2. Foreign Direct Investment.

Q.6 Two questions

  1. Explain the factors responsible for rapid growth of export over the past decade.
  2. What changes have taken place in the product composition of exports in recent years.

Q.7 Two Questions

  1. Religion continues to be an important source of identity for most people in South Asia. Discuss.
  2. Examine the need of secularism in our country with special reference to constitution of India.

Q.8 Two Questions

  1. Is creation of smaller states the right solution to improve the quality of governance and check corruption? Discuss.
  2. Explain the changes in public administration in the age of globalization and liberalization.

Q.9 Two Questions

  1. Caste factor is most dominant and omnipresent in Indian politics ‘. Discuss the statement with suitable illustration.
  2. Explain the impact of reservation policy on scheduled castes and scheduled tribes.

Q.10 Write notes on any two :

  1. Impact of globalization on culture, media and technology.
  2. Role of small and medium enterprises in Indian economy.
  3. Privatization of higher education.
  4. IMF in the changing world.

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(Paper) RBI Grade 'B' Officer Mains (Phase II) Exam - 2011 "Economic & Social Issues"

RBI Grade 'B' Officer Mains (Phase II) Exam - 2011

Economic & Social Issues

Common Instructions

  • 3 hours, 100 marks

  • Answer any five questions.

  • All questions carry equal marks.

  • Answers may be written either in English or in Hindi at the candidate’s option. However, all the questions should be answered only in the language so chosen. Answer-books written partly in English and partly in Hindi will not be evaluated.

  • Part of the same question must be answered together without answers to other questions intervening.

  • Answer to each question must be started on a fresh page.

  • Marks will be deducted if handwriting is not easily legible.

  • Answers will be judged on the basis of perspective, analysis and presentation

Questions

  1. Examine the banking sector reform measures undertaken in India since 1991. Briefly describe the recent changes in RBI's monetary policy.

  2. Two Questions
    i) What is sustainable development? What should be done to achieve it?
    ii) What is environment management? Explain social and economic aspects of environment management.

  3. Two questions
    i) Do you agree with a view that public sector enterprises have played a strategic role in accelerating economic growth? Explain.
    ii) Explain the importance of service sector and its contribution to employment in India.

  4. Two Questions
    i) Monetary measures have failed to control inflation in India." Explain. (b) Suggest suitable options for controlling inflation.
    ii) Explain the measures and strategies adopted by India on the following subjects

  5. Two Question
    i) Provision of Social Security
    ii) Foreign Direct Investment.

  6. Two questions
    i) Explain the factors responsible for rapid growth of export over the past decade.
    ii) What changes have taken place in the product composition of exports in recent years.

  7. Two Questions
    i) Religion continues to be an important source of identity for most people in South Asia. Discuss.
    ii) Examine the need of secularism in our country with special reference to constitution of India.

  8. Two Questions
    i) Is creation of smaller states the right solution to improve the quality of governance and check corruption? Discuss.
    ii) Explain the changes in public administration in the age of globalization and liberalization.

  9. Two Questions
    i) Caste factor is most dominant and omnipresent in Indian politics '. Discuss the statement with suitable illustration.
    ii) Explain the impact of reservation policy on scheduled castes and scheduled tribes.

  10. Write notes on any two :
    i) Impact of globalization on culture, media and technology.
    ii) Role of small and medium enterprises in Indian economy.
    iii) Privatization of higher education.
    iv) IMF in the changing world.

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(Paper) RBI Grade 'B' Officer Mains (Phase II) Exam - 2010 "Economic & Social Issues"

RBI Grade 'B' Officer Mains (Phase II) Exam - 2010

Economic & Social Issues

Common Instructions

  • 3 hours, 100 marks

  • Answer any five questions.

  • All questions carry equal marks.

  • Answers may be written either in English or in Hindi at the candidate’s option. However, all the questions should be answered only in the language so chosen. Answer-books written partly in English and partly in Hindi will not be evaluated.

  • Part of the same question must be answered together without answers to other questions intervening.

  • Answer to each question must be started on a fresh page.

  • Marks will be deducted if handwriting is not easily legible.

  • Answers will be judged on the basis of perspective, analysis and presentation

Questions

  1. (a) ' Inequality of income distribution is a global phenomenon '. Discuss.
    (b) Suggest suitable measures to reduce inequality of income in rural and urban sector in India.

  2. Examine the impact of policy of liberalization on rural and urban employment and poverty.

  3. (a) Critically evaluate India's Free Trade Policy in the post reform period.
    (b) Explain the recent developments in the exchange rate of rupee.

  4. ' Development projects are considered as temples of modern India '. Justify your answer with reference to their impact on environment and health.

  5. (a) What are the objectives of population policy of India?
    (b) Describe briefly the government programme for stable population.

  6. (a) Review the role of regional political parties in different states.
    (b) In the age of coalition parties do they consider politics as a family business '. Discuss.

  7. (a) Explain the role of National Human Rights Commission in the protection of human rights.
    (b) Justify the need of reservation for SC, ST and other backward classes.

  8. Review the achievements and failures of Indian planning in reaching its targets and policies.

  9. (a) Discuss the problems associated with urbanization and rural-urban migration.
    (b) What are the policies adopted by the government to solve them?

  10. Write notes on any two of the following
    (a) Unorganized sector in India.
    (b) Micro credit and Women empowerment.
    (c) Weaknesses in India's higher education.
    (d) Various forms of Regional Integration.

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(Paper) RBI Grade 'B' Officer Mains (Phase II) Exam - 2009 "Economic & Social Issues"

RBI Grade 'B' Officer Mains (Phase II) Exam - 2009

Economic & Social Issues

Common Instructions

  • 3 hours, 100 marks

  • Answer any five questions.

  • All questions carry equal marks.

  • Answers may be written either in English or in Hindi at the candidate’s option. However, all the questions should be answered only in the language so chosen. Answer-books written partly in English and partly in Hindi will not be evaluated.

  • Part of the same question must be answered together without answers to other questions intervening.

  • Answer to each question must be started on a fresh page.

  • Marks will be deducted if handwriting is not easily legible.

  • Answers will be judged on the basis of perspective, analysis and presentation

Questions

  1. (a) Explain the factors responsible for the fall in the incidence of poverty in India.
    (b) India's concern with poverty alleviation has mostly remained at the rhetorical level. Explain.

  2. (a) What is the relationship between development and environment?
    (b) What are the measures undertaken by the government to prevent environment damage?

  3. (a) India's organized manufacturing sector has jobless growth which is a matter of serious concern. Do you agree? Discuss.
    (b) Suggest suitable policy for employment generation in India.

  4. (a) Discuss the problems faced by the public sector in India.
    (b) Explain the policy measures adopted by the government in the area of disinvestment.

  5. Examine the role of caste in Indian society and polity. (b) What is the impact of casteism on Indian political system?

  6. (a) Explain the terms current account, capital account in India's balance of payments and bring out their significance.
    (b) Discuss the policies adopted by the government to attract foreign direct investment in India.

  7. (a) Discuss the important issues of .concern to developing countries like India, arising out of WTO agreement.
    (b) Critically examine how trade blocs create obstacles to free international trade.

  8. (a) Examine the nature of fiscal crisis which has emerged in India in recent times.
    (b) In the background of economic crisis, there is a need to consider the policies to promote banking system. Do you agree? Substantiate your view point.

  9. (a) ‘Human development level in India is low because of inadequate spending on education and health. ‘Comment.
    (b) State measures adopted by the Government to promote human development in India.

  10. Write short notes on any two of the following:-
    (a) Globalization and changing status of women.
    (b) SEZ: Boom or Bane.
    (c) Coalition government and governance in India.
    (d) Role of MNCs.

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(Paper) RBI Grade 'B' Officer Mains (Phase II) Exam - 2008 "Economic & Social Issues"

RBI Grade 'B' Officer Mains (Phase II) Exam - 2008

Economic & Social Issues

Common Instructions

  • 3 hours, 100 marks

  • Answer any five questions.

  • All questions carry equal marks.

  • Answers may be written either in English or in Hindi at the candidate’s option. However, all the questions should be answered only in the language so chosen. Answer-books written partly in English and partly in Hindi will not be evaluated.

  • Part of the same question must be answered together without answers to other questions intervening.

  • Answer to each question must be started on a fresh page.

  • Marks will be deducted if handwriting is not easily legible.

  • Answers will be judged on the basis of perspective, analysis and presentation

Questions

  1. (a) Why, do you think, has inflation become a major problem in India? 10
    (b) Suggest suitable measures to control this inflation.10

  2. Examine the impact of India's economic reforms on unemployment and poverty.20

  3. Discuss India's present economic policy on the following subjects:—
    (a) Role of MNCs. 10
    (b) Capital Account Convertibility. 10

  4. Discuss the major changes in the foreign exchange rate policy in India since 1991. 20

  5. (a) What are the problems of Scheduled Castes in India? 10
    (b) Discuss the impact of the reservation policy on Scheduled Castes and Tribes in India. 10

  6. (a) Analyze the harmful effects of rapid urbanization in India. 10
    (b) How can they be removed? 10

  7. Discuss the suitability of the following for India:-
    (a) Presidential form of Government. 10
    (b) Parliamentary form of Government. 10

  8. “Human resource development has not received the significance it deserves in India.” Do you agree with this view? Discuss. 20

  9. (a) What are the weaknesses of India's Higher Education System? 10
    (b) What changes, do you think, are needed in this system? 10

  10. Write short notes (any two):-
    (a) Impact of economic development on environment.
    (b) Unorganized sector in India.
    (c) Significance of WTO for India.
    (d) Privatization in India.

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(Paper) RBI Grade 'B' Officer Mains (Phase II) Exam - 2007 "Economic & Social Issues"

RBI Grade 'B' Officer Mains (Phase II) Exam - 2007

Economic & Social Issues

Common Instructions

  • 3 hours, 100 marks

  • Answer any five questions.

  • All questions carry equal marks.

  • Answers may be written either in English or in Hindi at the candidate’s option. However, all the questions should be answered only in the language so chosen. Answer-books written partly in English and partly in Hindi will not be evaluated.

  • Part of the same question must be answered together without answers to other questions intervening.

  • Answer to each question must be started on a fresh page.

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(Paper) RBI Grade 'B' Officer Mains Exam Paper III - 2014 "Finance And Management"



RBI Grade 'B' Officer Mains Exam Paper III - 2014

Finance And Management



Common Instruction:

(1) Attempt any three questions from Section I and any two from Section II.
(2) In case the candidate answered more than Five questions, only the first five answers will be evaluated and the rest of the answers will be ignored.
(3) All questions carry equal marks.
(4) Each question should be answered on new page and the question number must be written on the top.
(5) The answers of parts of the same question, if any, should be written together. In other words, the answer of another questions should not be written in-between the Parts of a question.
(6) Marks will be deducted for illegible hand-writing.
(7) Answers must be brief and to the point.
(8) Answers must be written either in English or in Hindi. However, all the questions should be answered in one language only. Answer-books written partly in English and partly in Hindi will not be evaluated.
(9) Candidate should use only Blue or Black ink pen/Ball point pen to write the answers.
(10) The Name, Roll No. and other entries should be written in the answer-scripts at the specified places only and these should not be written anywhere else in the answer script and supplements used, if any.

SECTION I

1. State the different types of exchange risks inherent in foreign exchange business.

2. Briefly explain the Union Budget, 2014-2015 provisions relating to financial, banking and insurance sectors.

3. Trace the developments in financial sector reforms in India since 1991.

4.

(a) Explain in brief the provisions of R. B. I. Act,1934.
(b) Write a note on R. B. I. ’s attempt in giving differential licenses for small banks.

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RBI Grade “B” Officers Mains Exam Paper "held in April, 2012" Paper 3- Finance and Management

RBI Grade “B” officers’ Mains (Descriptive) exam was held in April 2012

Paper 3: Finance and Management

Section I (Write Any Three Qs)

  1. What is meant by merchant banking? Discuss in detail the various functions performed by merchant bankers.
  2. Briefly explain the salient features of the Foreign Exchange Management Act.
  3. “A tax is a burden on the present ; a debt (loan) puts the burden of repayment on future generations.” Explain.
  4. Explain in detail the different methods of credit control in India.
  5. (a) What is securitization? What purpose does it serve? (b) Discuss the benefits and limitations of securitization.
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(Paper) RBI Grade 'B' Officer Mains Exam Paper III - 2011 "Finance And Management"



RBI Grade 'B' Officer Mains Exam Paper III - 2011

Finance And Management



Common Instructions:

(1) Attempt any three questions from Section I and any two questions from Section II.
(2) All questions carry equal marks.
(3) Answers must be brief and to-the-point.
(4) Answers may be written either in English or in Hindi at the candidate’s option. However, all the questions should be answered only in the language so chosen. Answer-books written partly in English and partly in Hindi will not be evaluated.

Section I

1. What is meant by merchant banking ? Discuss in detail the various functions performed by merchant bankers.

2. Briefly explain the salient features of the Foreign Exchange Management Act.

3. “ A tax is a burden on the present ; a debt (loan) puts the burden of repayment on future generations.” Explain.

4. Explain in detail the different methods of credit control in India.

5. (a) What is securitization ? What purpose does it serve ?
(b) Discuss the benefits and limitations of securitization.

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(Paper) RBI Grade 'B' Officer Mains Exam Paper III - 2010 "Finance And Management"

RBI Grade 'B' Officer Mains Exam Paper III - 2010

Finance And Management

Common Instructions:

(1) Attempt any three questions from Section I and any two questions from Section II.
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(4) Answers may be written either in English or in Hindi at the candidate’s option. However, all the questions should be answered only in the language so chosen. Answer-books written partly in English and partly in Hindi will not be evaluated.

SECTION I

1. Explain the different aspects of the Indian Capital Market. What has been the role of SEBI in this task ?

2. What is foreign exchange risk ? How can it be managed ? Discuss the tools used for the purpose.

3. What is credit rating ? Discuss its benefits and limitations.

4. Briefly discuss the framework put in place by the Reserve Bank of India for the supervision of banks and financial institutions.

5. What are the arguments advanced in favour of foreign direct investment ?

What steps have been taken by the Government in the period after 1991 to encourage foreign direct investment ?

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RBI Recruitment Exams Sample Papers for RO-DPER (Previous Year - 2012: DESCRIPTIVE TYPE ON STATISTICS)


R.B.I.S.B. (Officer in Grade-'B' - DEPR) PY - 2012

PAPER II - DESCRIPTIVE TYPE ON STATISTICS


1. What according to you are the main factors behind slowing of the GDP growth rate in India since 2009 ?

2. Explain the changes suggested by the Tendulkar Committee in the measurement of poverty in India.

3. Analyze the recent episode of food price inflation in India.

4. Critically analyze the pros and cons of the Right to Food Act 2013 in India.

5. Write a detailed note on the Solow growth model.

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1. (a) Discuss in brief the objectives of India’s current foreign trade policy (2009-14).\

(b) Discuss in brief the causes and consequences of recent world economic depression.

2. (a) The 2011 census has brought out the fact of rapid urbanization in India. Discuss the possible consequences.

(b) What has been the significance of the services sector as a driver for economic growth in India since 1990’s ?

3. Examine in detail the nature and causes of the recent inflation experience in India and suggest an appropriate policy response.

4. (a) What is the significance of agriculture to the Indian economy today ?

(b) Discuss the trade-off between environment and economic development in the light of India’s experience of economic development since 1990.

5. What according to you should be the major thrust of policy in order to achieve high economic growth along with significant employment generation ?

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1. Distinguish between head-count ratio and poverty-gap ratio as measures of poverty. What is the extent of poverty in India ?

2. Bring out the role of the agricultural sector in the current stage of development in India. Is the targeted growth rate for the agricultural sector in the 11th five year plan in India attainable? Give reasons for your answer.

3. Though Special Economic Zones have been successful in the context of China, the policy of establishing such zonesin India is neither feasible nor desirable. Discuss.

4. Bring out, in an appropriate framework, the consequences ofhigh fiscal deficits in an economy. Are you of the opinion that fiscal deficits in India are excessive? Give reasons for your answer."

5. Show that an economy cannot simultaneously have fixed exchange rates, perfect capital mobility and autonomous monetary policy.Bring out, in this context, the effects of increased capital inflows/outflows in an economy like India.

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1. Consider the following table :—
Services Share in G.D.P.(%)
1950-51 1960-61 1970-71 1980-81 1990-91 2000-01 2004-05
Services 29.80 34.30 33.66 36.64 41.10 48.78 51.72
(i) Mention the items included in the service sector.
(ii) What do you learn from the table ?
(iii) Try to account for the increasing role of services from demand and supply side factors.

2. (i) How do the views of Keynes and New Classicals differ on the need for perfect capital mobility ?
(ii) What are the risks associated with free capital mobility ?
(iii) Does capital mobility have any impact on monetary policy ?

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1. Write an argumentative essay of about 500 words on any one of the following :––

(a) Judgment delayed inordinately is judgment denied permanently.
(b) Can an involvement by the corporate sector in higher education realign it to the needs of our society ?
(c) Despite laudable individual efforts, Child labour in India, remains a national disgrace.
(d) Has the service sector contributed to the process of economic development in India ?
(e) Monetary policy is not a panacea for long term economic challenges.

2. (a) Make a Precis of the following passage in your own words reducing it to about 200 words, and give it a suitable title. Use the special sheet provided for this purpose :––

Drawing comparisons with the fall of the Berlin Wall ushering in the symbolic end of Socialism, economists read recent events as perhaps signals that ill usher in the end of the high tide of globalization.

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