10th June 2020 | Prelims Daily with Previous Year Questions

Dear students,

1. In the comments section, share your score and also let everyone know the logic you’ve used to mark certain answers. This will trigger intelligent discussions benefitting everyone.

2. Completing the test should be your top priority. Focus on accuracy rather than simply attempting more questions. Give enough thought to each question, we have increased the time limit so you can do this.

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*You can attempt the test multiple times for your own practice but only your first attempt will be counted for rankings.

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geeta nalla
geeta nalla
2 years ago

80%

Birju Rajak
Birju Rajak
2 years ago

Monetization of debt term that refers to the purchase of government bonds by the central bank to finance the spending needs of the government. Since the central bank creates fresh money to purchase these bonds in the open market, debt monetisation leads to an increase in total money supply.