We are presenting you the Sovereign Gold Bond Scheme MCQ for RBI Grade B Finance Section of the exam. Read the article on Sovereign Gold Bond Scheme before attempting these questions. Also do read the answers provided at the end of quiz.
Q1. In which Sovereign Gold Bond (SGB) scheme was launched?
Q2. Which among following is/are primary motive of government behind introducing the Sovereign Gold Bond (SGB) scheme?
a) To reduce the import of Gold
b) To increase the export of Gold
c) To maintain the country’s current account deficit
d) To finance the social security schemes of the government
Select the correct answer from the following options:
Q3. Who issues the Sovereign Gold Bond?
Q4. What is minimum quantity of gold that can be subscribed under the Sovereign Gold Bond Scheme?
Q5. What is the maximum quantity of gold that can be issued to individual/HUF?
Q6. What is the maximum quantity of gold that can be issued to trust?
Q7. What percentage of interest is payable on SGB?
Q8. Which among the following is not an authorised agency to sell SGB?
Q9. What is the tenor of Sovereign Gold Bond?
Q10. After how many years from the date of issue of the bond, the early redemption of bond is allowed?
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