What is the primary function of the Reserve Bank of India? Option: To act as a banker to the government, To manage foreign exchange reserves, To provide financial services to individuals, To regulate stock markets

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What is the primary function of the Reserve Bank of India?

To act as a banker to the government

To manage foreign exchange reserves

To provide financial services to individuals

To regulate stock markets

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What is the primary responsibility of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI)?

"Administering the Companies Act and corporate regulations"

"Overseeing the insurance sector and policyholder interests"

"Ensuring price stability and controlling credit flow"

"Regulating the stock market and protecting investors"

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Which of the following is a key function of SEBI?

To manage the country's foreign reserves

To educate investors about securities markets and their intermediaries

To set import and export tariffs

To provide loans to small businesses

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Which institution is responsible for launching and regulating the Digital Rupee?

Reserve Bank of India (RBI)

National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI)

Ministry of Finance

Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI)

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What is the primary function of CIBIL in the Indian financial system?

To provide financial advice to consumers

To collect and maintain credit information of individuals and companies

To offer investment opportunities in the stock market

To regulate interest rates offered by banks

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What is the primary function of the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI)?

To regulate the insurance industry and protect policyholders

To promote transparency and safeguard investors in the Indian securities market

To provide financial assistance to struggling businesses

To manage the national debt and issue government bonds