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Daily MCQs Series - 12(in Hindi)
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Talvir Singh
JRF Qualified | Motivational Speaker | Comedy Addict | Lyricist | 5 Year Teaching Experience |Youtuber | Unacademy Top Educator

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Reasons for NPA- 1.The principle cause of NPA in India is due to vague Bankruptcy code & complicated plaintiff procedure 2.With the mushrooming of scheduled commercial banks, the bankers prefer large scale commercial borrowing to business tycoons & private operations completely avoiding the farmers & startup entrepreneurs 3.The politician-bureaucrat-businessman nexus imposed enormous pressure on all sorts of banks to fund them on priority basis 4.cronyism and quid pro quo are still acting as major hurdles 5.Lack of awareness & crippled smart decision making of bankers to judge the better & make an equilibrium of providing loans to masses 6.The Tandon committee in 1970's made some of the recommendations to tackle with NPA's.They need an update to fight against the current conundrum.
Pradeep Kumar
2 years ago
nice ans,helpful
Thank you sir...Plz upload other lesson.
so wonderful i enjoyed myself with mcq
thanku so much sir
sir 7 ke bad question 9 hai. but nice video
  1. NTA NET 2018 COMMERCE DAILY MCQ SERIES BY - TALVIR SINGH


  2. ABOUT ME M.Com & MBA From PU CHANDIGARH JRF QUALIFIED IN COMMERCE WORKING AS ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 2 TIMES UNIVERSITY COLOR HOLDER BEST DEBATER OF PUNJAB (2017) BEST POET OF PU CHANDIGARH (2016) COMEDY ADDICT FREELANCE MOTIVATIONAL SPEAKER YOUTUBER unacademy


  3. MCQ SERIES


  4. 1. Personality tests are the most difficult tests to . (a) the concept of personality itself is hazy and the . (b) they are designed to measure basic aspects of an evaluate and use in employee selection relationship between performance on the job and personality is often vague or non-existent applicants personality, such as degree of introversion/extroversion, emotional stability and motivation . (c) answers are impossible to fabricate . (d) both (b) and (c)


  5. . 2. If done properly selection tests can: . (a) increase management control (b) help managers make decisions about optimal job/person fit . (c) promote workforce diversity . (d) make the selection of job applicants more risky


  6. 3. Before using any form of selection test the organisation should consider all of the following except: . (a) staff attitudes . (b) legal liability . (c) job-relatedness . (d) equal opportunity


  7. . 4. The most widely used selection technique is the: . (a) aptitude test . (b) employment interview . (c) assessment centre . (d) personality test


  8. 5. Using a structured interview: (a)ensures that the interviewee feels that their application is (b) ensures that all relevant information on the candidate i:s (c)allows the interviewer to focus on specific issues that are (d)ensures that all members of the interview panel have taken seriously systematically covered crucial to the applicants ability to perform the job some input into the selection decision


  9. 6. The most correct statement regarding selection interviews is: (a) The employment interview is infrequently used as a selection technique. (b) yields more accurate results than a structured approach. Research indicates that the use of an unstructured interview . (c) Research suggests that behavioural interviews have much greater validity than unstructured interviews. (d) questions on the application form. Set general objectives for the interview and go over the '


  10. 7. To select the right person for a job it is essential that the HR manager and line manager: (a) like the job applicant (b) have read the application form (c) ask the right questions in the interview (d) know the requirements of the position to be filled


  11. 10. It is important to review an applicants . (a) the honesty of the applicant . (c) whether the applicants writing skills are . (d) the age and nationality of the applicant written application to determine: (b) if additional information is needed adequate