1. scrutinizers; believe
2. observers; agree
3. scrutinizers; suggest
4. observers; concede
5. students; conclude
1. constitutional; weather
2. congenital; education
3. personal; climate
4. economic; learning
5. genetic; pedagogy
1. The leadership of the industrial Development Bank of India.
2. Foreign institutional funds the World Bank and its affiliates
3. The participation of UTI, IFCI, and GIC
4. The setting up of the ICICI in 1955
The setting up of the ICICI in 1955
1. tenets; fixation
2. aspects; inhibitions
3. institutions; inhibitions
4. organs; tradition
5. departments; repulsion
1. A careful scrutiny of a new issue proposal.
2. Managing successful flotation of new issues.
3. Ensuring the purchase of a certain amount of a new issue a fixed price.
4. Writing reports on materializing the expected sale to the public
Ensuring the purchase of a certain amount of a new issue a fixed price.
1. It closes the way for companies to convert come their reserves to their capital.
2. It is always offered at a lower price than the running market price of the already trading shares of the company.
3. The discount in price that it offers is in the form of a bonus to the shareholders
4. It is open to an existing public limited corporation not a new cone
It closes the way for companies to convert come their reserves to their capital.
1. I must run fast to catch up with him.
2. Our team scored a goal against the run of play.
3. You canâ€™t run over him like that.
4. The newly released book is enjoying a popular run.
5. This film is a run-of-the-mill production.
You canâ€™t run over him like that.
1. Indirect finance from their relatives, friends and associates.
2. Companies under their control.
3. Funds from foreign institutions
4. Short-term bank credit by extending their guarantees to banks
Funds from foreign institutions
1. The police fired a round of tear gas shells.
2. The shop is located round the corner.
3. We took a ride on the merry-go-round.
4. The doctor is on a hospital round.
5. I shall proceed further only after you come around to admitting it.
I shall proceed further only after you come around to admitting it.
1. Low salaries and poor infrastructures of schools.
2. Increase in the number of schools
3. The increase in the number of pass-outs from the teacher training institutes.
4. The define of spiritualism in teachers
Low salaries and poor infrastructures of schools.