Banking Transactions – Short Questions with Answers
Q.1 WHAT IS BANK.?
Answer: Bank is a financial institution which deals in money. It takes money from the people their savings on low rate of interest and lends to the needy people At high rate of interest. This difference of rate of interest its income.
Q.2 WRITE THE KINDS OF BANK ACCOUNT?
Answer: There are four type of bank accounts. 1. Current Account 2. Saving Account 3.Fixed deposit Account 4. Foreign currency account.
Q.3 DEFINE CURRENT ACCOUNT?
Answer: This account is opened by the business man. There is no restrictions on it For drawings money from the bank.
Q.4 DEFINE SAVING ACCOUNT?
Answer: This account can be opened with small amount and only Rs.25000/- may be Drawn in a week. If more than 25000/- in a week have to draw, a written Application has to submit the manager before drawings. Low rate of interest Is allowed on it.
Q.5 WRITE A NOTE ON FIXED DEPOSIT?
Answer: This account is opened for a fixed period such as six months or longer period. The amount cannot be with drawn till the expiry of fixed period. High rate Of interest is allowed on fixed deposit.
Q.6 WRITE THE NAME OF BOOKS ISSUED BY THE BANK AT THE TIME OF OPENING AN ACCOUNT?
Answer: 1. Pay in slip ii. Cheque Book iii. Pass Book.
Q.7 DEFINE PAY IN SLIP?
Answer: A printed slip is used for depositing amount into the bank.
Q.8 DEFINE CHEQUE BOOK?
Answer: A printed Cheque book is issued by the bank to the account holder for his amount from said bank.
Q.9 WHAT IS PASS BOOK?
Answer: It is a copy of account holder’s ledger in the bank.
Q.10 DEFINE CHEQUE?
Answer: A cheque is a printed document which is used by the account holder for drawings his amount from the aid bank.
Q.11 DEFINE BANK DRAFT?
Answer: Bank draft is used for transferring money from one place to another. It is an order drawn by a bank on one of its branches.
Q.12 WHAT IS POSTAL ORDER?
Answer: It is written order made by one post office on an other for transferring money.
Q.13 DEFINE POST DATED CHEQUE?
Answer: If future date is written on a cheque. It is called post dated cheque. e.g. cheque issued on 1st March 2005 and written date on cheque is 30th June,2005.