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Solved question paper of Marketing aptitude for IBPS bank exam 2013

Solved question paper of Marketing aptitude for IBPS bank exam 2013 


Solved question paper of Marketing aptitude for IBPS bank exam 2013


1. Heckscher-Ohlin theory explains?

(A) Pattern of trade in terms of relative factor endowments of countries
(B) Why a country may import products which use extensively the country’s scarce factor
(C) The law of comparative cost
(D) The concept of reciprocal demand
(E) All the above


2. ‘Quasi-rents’—

(A) Are in the nature of free gifts
(B) May be applicable to all factors of production
(C) Comprise of all the returns to the firm in excess of the returns of the marginal firm
(D) All the above
(E) None of these


3. The indifference curve technique is essentially?

(A) A cardinal approach
(B) An ordinal approach
(C) A quasi-ordinal approach
(D) All the above
(E) None of these



4. The slope of an indifference curve expresses?

(A) The marginal rate of substitution of two goods
(B) A ratio of marginal utility of one good to another
(C) Both (A) and (B)
(D) A ratio of total utility of one good to another
(E) None of these



5. ‘Pass through’ effect in international trade theory refers to?

(A) The proportion of an exchange rate change that is reflected in export and import price change
(B) Exports and imports not facing any tariff barrier
(C) Exports and imports not facing any technical barrier
(D) All of the above
(E) None of these


6. Uruguay Round of multilateral trade negotiations?

(A) Started in 1986 and completed at the end of 1993
(B) Aimed at reversing the rising trend of non-tariff trade barriers
(C) Replaced the GATT with WTO
(D) Brought services and agriculture into WTO
(E) All of the above


7. Product Cycle Model in international trade theory (Vernon, 1966)?

(A) Is an extension of technological gap model
(B) Is an extension of Heckscher-Ohlin model
(C) Explains dynamic comparative advantage of new products and new processes of production
(D) All of the above
(E) None of these


8. Hedging and speculation in forex markets?

(A) Are opposite activities
(B) Parallel activities
(C) Same activities
(D) All of the above
(E) None of these


9. A currency swap refer to?

(A) A spot sale of currency combined with a forward repurchase of the same currency—as part of single transaction
(B) A forward sale of currency combined with a forward repurchase of the same currency—as part of a single transaction
(C) A forward sale of currency combined with a forward repurchase of the same currency—in two different transactions
(D) All of the above
(E) None of these


10. Public-Private Partnership projects in India are mostly related to?

(A) Airports
(B) Ports
(C) Railways
(D) Roads
(E) Urban development


11. The largest share in the short term money market of India in recent times belonged to the segment?

(A) Collaterised Borrowing and Lending Obligation (CBLO)
(B) Traditional repo
(C) Clearcorp Repo Over Matching System (CROMS)
(D) Call
(E) Others


12. As per the revised estimate of CSO, the GDP in India at factor cost during 2008-09 was?

(A) Rs. 28,71,120 crore
(B) Rs. 31,29,717 crore
(C) Rs. 33, 39,375 crore
(D) Rs. 44,82,436 crore
(E) None of these



13. Mid Day Meal Scheme—

(A) Is a centrally funded and largest school meal scheme in the world
(B) Provides each child in government and government aided school a minimum of 300 calories and 8–12 gm of protein each day of school for a minimum of 200 days
(C) Provides lunch to about 120 million children
(D) All of the above
(E) None of these


14. Insurance penetration is defined as the—

(A) Ratio of premium underwritten in a year to GDP
(B) Ratio of premium underwritten in a year to total population
(C) Ratio of insurance subscribers in a year to total population
(D) Ratio of total number of policy holders in a year to total population
(E) None of these


15. Insurance density is defined as the—

(A) Ratio of premium underwritten in a year to GDP
(B) Ratio of premium underwritten in a year to total population
(C) Ratio of insurance subscribers in a year to total population
(D) Ratio of total number of policy holders in a year to total population
(E) None of these



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