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On 28 August 2017, who took charge as the new Chairman and Managing Director of SIDBI…..

(A) Urjith Patel
(B) TS. Vijayan
(C) Hemant C Contractor
(D) R.S. Sharma
(E) Mohammad Mustafa

SIDBI stands for…..

(A) Small Industries and Dairy Bank of India
(B) Simple Industries Development Bank of India
(C) Secondary Industries Development Bank of India
(D) Small Industries Development Bank of India
(E) Small Industries Deployment Bank of India

SIDBI established in …..

(A) 2013
(B) 2000
(C) 1935
(D) 1990
(E) 1997

The SIDBI head office located a industries in tiny

(A) New Delhi
(B) Mumbai
(C) Kolkata
(D) Hyderabad
(E) Lucknow

……is the principal financial institution for the industry in the small scale industries sector in India.

(A) Competition Commission of India
(B) IRDAI
(C) RBI
(D) SIDBI
(E) TRAI

“To facilitate and strengthen credit flow to MSMEs and address both financial and developmental gaps in the MSME eco-system” is the mission of……

(A) CCI
(B) IRDAI
(C) RBI
(D) TRAI
(E) SIDBI

To provide soft loan, to MSMEs to meet the required debt-equity ratio for establishment of an MSME as also for pursuing opportunities for growth for existing MSMEs, the Scheme ‘SMILE’ introduced. In this context, SMILE stands for…..

(A) SIDBI Made in India Soft Loan Fund for Micro, Small S Medium Enterprises
(B) SIDBI Make in India Strategic Loan Fund I for Micro, Small S Medium Enterprises
(C) SIDBI Make in Interest Soft Loan Fund for Micro, Small S Medium Enterprises
(D) SIDBI Make in India Soft Loan Finding for Micro, Small S Medium Enterprises
(E) SIDBI Make in India Soft Loan Fund for Micro, Small S Medium Enterprises

Composite loan scheme details given. Locate the wrong option?

(A) Introduced by Ministry of MSME (Micro, Small Medium Enterprises)
(B) Artisans, village and cottage industries under this scheme
(C) The ban can be taken by Large scale industries also
(D) Loan limit up to 25 Lakhs
(E) The ban amount can be used for the development of their tiny units

Which of the following bank/ Financial Institute has the highest share holding of 16.73% in SIDBI as on 28 August 2017?

(A) Bank of Baroda
(B) IDBI
(C) SBI
(D) Bank of India
(E) LIC

Government of India and SIDBI set up the CGTMSE to facilitate flow of credit to the micro and small enterprises [MSE] sector without the need for collaterals/ third party guarantees. CGTMSE stands for?

(A) Core Guarantee Fund Trust for Micro and Small Enterprises
(B) Credit Guarantee Fund Trust for Micro
(C) Cash Guarantee Fund Trust for Micro and
(D) Credit Guarantee First Trust for Micro and Small Enterprises
(E) None