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DAILY IPO QUIZ NO 7

Written By Easy Life on Saturday, January 4, 2014 | 1/04/2014 01:26:00 PM


1. The following which shall be the personal responsibility of the Head Postmaster:
Deciding claims in respect of Savings Certificates of deceased holders which lie within his power of decision and the safe custody of records relating to such claims
Signing and submission of savings certificates returns to the Postal Accounts Office in offices where there is no separate Selection Grade Official Incharge of the Savings Certificate branch.
Sanctioning the transfer of savings certificates from one person to another.
All the above
2. Certificates of all types and denominations are printed and supplied by
Central Stock depot
Central Store depot
Security press nasik
None of the above
3. Certificates of all types and denominations are printed at the Security Press, Nasik, who supplies them to
Postal Stock depot
Circle office
Circle stamp depot
Head office
4. Kissan Vikas patra discontinued from
01 Nov 11
15 Nov 11
01 Dec 12
01 Jan 12
5. The invoice (NC-13) for supplying the Certificate prepare in
Duplicate
Triplicate
Quadruplicate
Single copy
6. The fortnightly consolidated list of certificates issued to POs should, be sent by _____to the ____
Circle Stamp Depots, Circle postal accounts office
Head offices , Postal account office
Circle office , DG Post
Circle office, Circle account office
7. All supplies of certificates received by Head and Sub Offices must entered in
The Daily dairy
Daily account
The stock register(NC-12)
Cash book
8. Surplus stock of certificates should never be held in HOs and SOs and should be returned to the supplying office. An invoice in form NC-13 shall be prepared in _____ by the S.O. and in ____ by the H.O
Duplicate, triplicate
Triplicate, duplicate
Quadruplicate, triplicate)
Triplicate, quadruplicate
9. The yearly unsold certificate statement received from all SO by HO will be forwarded to
Circle stamp depot
Head of the circle
Postal Account office
Security press nasik
10. The unclaimed certificates lying in the custody of the Postal Accounts Office are preserved for a period of
30 years from the dates of maturity after which these become due for destruction
30 years from the dates of issue after which these become due for destruction
20 years from the dates of maturity after which these become due for destruction
10 years from the dates of maturity
11. When an application is received for the purchase of a certificate on behalf of a minor
The certificate should be issued in the name of the minor
The certificate should be issued in the name of the minor
The application should be signed by an adult purchasing the certificates on behalf of a minor
Both 2 and 3
12. Payment for purchase of a certificate may be made by
Cash or cheque
Pay order or DD
Matured Certificate/SB Wdl
All the above
13. The date of purchase of certificate when payment made by cheque will be
The actual date of cheque accepted by postmaster
The date of cheque accepted by the Head office
The date of when cheque received after clearance
None of these
14. The Postmaster will grant the applicant a preliminary receipt in Form
NC 12
NC 4a
NC 5
NC 28
15. An index of preliminary receipt numbers issued will be maintained in Form ___ and kept in the custody of the ___
MS-2, Postmaster
MS-15, Postmaster
MS-15, SB PA
None of these
16. The authorised agents 0eceipt books will be printed and supplied by the____, Nagpur, to the___
National Savings Commissioner, Postal Stores Depots
Security press Nasik, Circle stamp depot
Security press Nasik, PSD
None of these
17. The Head and Sub Offices will prepare a "Journal of certificates discharged" in the prescribed form
NC-18, NC18a
NC-29, NC-29a
NC-19, NC-19a
None of these
18. On discharge of the certificate the office of payment must at once prepare an advice of payment for the office of registration in triplicate by carbonic process in form
NC 12
NC 4a
NC 10
NC 28
19. The holder (an adult and not a minor) of a certificate who desire to make a nomination will apply in
NC 36
NC 51
NC 10
NC 41
20. When an application for transfer of a certificate in the prescribed Form
NC 12
NC 34
NC 32
NC 28
21. A certificate may be transferred from one person to another after the expiry of ____ year from the date of issue of the certificate on the holder making an application in the prescribed form___
1 year, NC 12
2 year, NC 34
1 year,NC 32
1 year, NC 34
22. The holder of certificate may at any time on his making an application in Form NC-41 pledge the certificate to
The president of India
The governor of the state
The reserve bank of india
All the above
23. When a certificate is unclaimed or remains undelivered at a H.O. or S.O. for any reason and all efforts to deliver the same to the holders have failed, the same will be sent by the _____ for safe custody to the ____ alongwith the monthly returns
HO, Postal account office
SO, Postal account office
HO, Circle stamp depot
None of these
24. If a certificate is spoilt before issue
Retuned to Circle Stamp depot duly attached to the monthly journal of certificates issued
Retuned to Circle offece depot duly attached to the monthly journal of certificates issued
The Postmaster will write the word "spoiled" in red ink on the certificate and affix the oblong M.O. Stamp and send the same to the Postal Accounts Office duly attached to the monthly journal of certificates issued
None of these
25. When the holder of a certificate reports the loss, theft, destruction, mutilation or defacement of a certificate in his custody
The will ask to holder to furnish a statement in writing giving particulars of the certificates explaining the circumstances in which the theft, loss, destruction, mutilation
If the holder had been issued an identity slip, the same should be obtained from him if available
The application for the issue of duplicate certificate may be made either at the office of registration or at any other office
All the above
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