SSC MCQ Question Ans. Currency, Bank & Banking

SSC MCQ Question Ans. Currency, Bank & Banking. By reading this chapter, students will learn about the history of currency, its evaluation, and present condition. Moreover, they will also know about the uses and necessity of currency and the relationship between currency and banking.

After reading this chapter students will also be able to improve their idea about the creation of bank, banking system and bankers as a result of multiple uses of currency. The history of banking business and evaluation has also been discussed in this chapter in addition to a brief discussion on the present banking system of Bangladesh and its history.

SSC MCQ Question Ans. Currency, Bank & Banking

SSC MCQ Question Ans. Currency, Bank & Banking

SSC MCQ Question Ans. Currency, Bank & Banking

The necessities of man, his activities and social bonding had been increasing since the creation of man and the dawn of civilization. In the beginning, the necessities of men were very limited and they met those necessities by exchanging additional commodities after meeting his demand. This “exchange of commodities” is known as the Barter System. In the course of time with the increase of human knowledge and intelligence the human activities especially the ‘Barter System’ expended much and along with them, human necessities started to increase.

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SSC MCQ Question Ans. Currency, Bank & Banking

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