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Note: Answer all questions. Kindly note that answers for 10 marks questions should be approximately of 400 words. Each question is followed by evaluation scheme.



Q.1 NBFCs provide loans for short and medium term at a moderate rate of interest. Refer any two

NBFCs and discuss the  institutional services and products that are provided by  them.


Ans : Introduction-NBFCs :


Non-bank financial companies (NBFCs) are financial institutions that provide banking services without meeting the legal definition of a bank, i.e. one that does not hold a banking license. These institutions typically are restricted from taking deposits from the public depending on the jurisdiction. Nonetheless, operations of these institutions are often still covered under a countries banking regulations.[1]

The specific banking products that can be offered by NBFCs depends on the jurisdiction, and may include services such as loans and credit facilities, savings products, investments and money transfer services. In some jurisdictions, such as New Zealand, any company can engage in banking business, except they are not allowed to use the word





Q.2 PPPs  have great potential to provide infrastructural facilities and contribute towards bridging

the gap of demand and supply in infrastructure. Discuss in detail the  role of PPP projects in



Ans : Introduction about PPP :


A Public Private Partnership is a partnership between the public sector and the private sector for the purpose of delivering a project or a service traditionally provided by the public sector. Public Private Partnerships recognise that both the public sector and the private sector have certain advantages relative to the other in the performance of specific tasks. By allowing each sector to do what it does best, public services and infrastructure can be provided in the most economically efficient manner.

The overall aim of Public Private Partnerships is



Q.3 NABARD is promoting the setting up of agricultural export zones in various states with the

help of local state government bodies. Discuss in detail the scheme of NABARD for agri-exports.


Ans : NABARD’s scheme for agri-exports-supporting activities :


NABARD Initiatives in Promotion of AEZs



Promotional Initiatives:


  • Conducted sensitization programmes for the officials of Banks & NABARD through BIRD & NBSC, Lucknow during 2003-04 & 2004-05 and sensitization meets in 106 districts through DDMs.
  • Investors conferences for Agri-Exports in four regions along with APEDA and EXIM Bank to explore the possibilities of higher investment in agri




Q.4 Commercial banks have been playing  a major role in providing institutional banking facilities. Prepare a report on  any  commercial bank’s  services in the area of institutional banking.


Ans : Commercial banks —products in institutional banking  :


Commercial banks are financial institutions that provide finance and investing services for businesses. The primary role of commercial banks in the developed world is to offer business bank accounts with standard options, such as deposits, withdrawals and loans. A secondary role of commercial banks is supporting the development of the local economy.


Collectively, commercial banks act as a storehouse of the country or region’s wealth. The banks take care of funds that were deposited by clients into their business bank accounts. The banks invest the money to generate interest for their clients and to



Q.5 The primary role of the IMF is to promote stability of the international monetary system and

exchange rates.  Discuss some of the projects assisted by IMF.


Ans : Projects assisted by IMF :


The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is an international organization that was initiated in 1944 at the Bretton Woods Conference and formally created in 1945 by 29 member countries. The IMF’s stated goal was to assist in the reconstruction of the world’s international payment system post—World War II. Countries contribute money to a pool through a quota system from which countries with payment imbalances can borrow funds




Q.6 Technology plays a dominant role in effectively managing the business of DFIs. Discuss the

role of technology in DFIs.


Ans : Role of technology in DFIs :


Development financial institutions are some of the smartest and largest users of technology. As financial institutions aim to become more intelligent rather than simply process-efficient, the front offices at these institutions become the next frontier. We have seen a dramatic increase in the use of technology to support investment research, sales, and marketing processes. For example, a global top 5 investment bank leveraged Amba’s technology expertise to build a highly proprietary capital structure modelling platform. This allowed the investment

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