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Study Material: Indian Economy बिभाग ‘ग’

  1. Which kind of power accounts for the largest share of power generation in India

(1) Hydro – electricity

(2) Thermal

(3) Nuclear

(4) Solar

Ans:- (2) Thermal

  1. The Standard of living in a country is represented by its

(1) Poverty Ratio

(2) Per Capita Income

(3) National Income

(4) Unemployment Rate

Ans:- (2) Per Capita Income

  1. In India national, National Income is calculated by the method which is known as

(1) the combined method

(2) the income method

(3) the product method

(4) the expenditure method

Ans:- (1) the combined method

4.The term stagflation refers to a situation where ?

(1) Growth has no relation with the change in prices

(2) Rate of growth is faster than the rate of price increase

(3) Rate of growth is slower than the rate of price increase

(4) Rate of growth and prices both are decreasing

Ans:- (3) Rate of growth is slower than the rate of price increase

  1. Mahalanobis Model has been associated with which Five Year Plan

(1) First Five Year Plan

(2) Second Five Year Plan

(3) Third Five Year Plan

(4) Fourth Five Year Plan

Ans:- (2) Second Five Year Plan

  1. Which among the following is NOT a pillar of Basel III?

(1)Minimum capital standards

(2) Supervisory review

(3) Market discipline

(4) Consolidation of assets

Ans:- (4) Consolidation of assets

7.Inflation Indexed Bonds is pegged to ___?

(1)WPI

(2) CPI

(3) Both WPI and CPI

(4) None of the above

Ans:- (1)WPI

  1. As per the National Manufacturing Policy, the land area of a National Investment and Manufacturing Zone is to be minimum ____?

(1)1000 Hectares

(2) 2000 Hectares

(3) 3000 Hectares

(4) 5000 Hectares

Ans:- (4) 5000 Hectares

  1. How many key infrastructure sectors are known as Core sector in Indian Economy,used for Index of Industrial Production (IIP) data?

(1)5

(2) 6

(3) 7

(4) 8

Ans:- (4) 8

10.Urban Co-operative banks are governed by?

(1)State Governments

(2) RBI

(3) Both a and b

(4) Central Government

Ans:- (3) Both a and b

  1. Gross domestic capital formation is defined as

(1) flow of expenditure devoted to increased or maintaining of the capital stock

(2) expenditure incurred on physical assets only

(3) production exceeding demand

(4) net addition to stock after depreciation

Ans:- (4) net addition to stock after depreciation

12.If the cash reserve ratio is lowered by the RBI, its impact on credit creation will be to

(1) increase it

(2) decrease it

(3) no impact

(4) None of the above

Ans:- (1) increase it

13.Excise duty is a tax levied on the

(1) import of goods

(2) export of goods

(3) production of goods

(4) sale of goods

Ans:- (3) production of goods

  1. Depreciation means

(1) closure of a plant due to lock out

(2) closure of a plant due to labour trouble

(3) loss of equipment over time due to wear and tear

(4) destruction of a plant in a fire accident

Ans:- (3) loss of equipment over time due to wear and tear

  1. Deficit financing leads to inflation in general, but it can be checked if

(1) government expenditure leads to increase in the aggregate supply in ratio of aggregate demand

(2) only aggregate demand is increased

(3) all the expenditure is denoted national debt payment only

(4) All of the above

Ans:- (4) All of the above

  1. On which one of the followings is the benefits received principle of taxation to achieve optimality bases?

(1) Marginal benefit received

(2) Total benefit received

(3) Average benefit received

(4) Ability to pay for the benefit

Ans:- (4) Ability to pay for the benefit

  1. Deficit financing implies

(1) printing new currency notes

(2) replacing new currency with worn out currency

(3) public expenditure in excess of public revenue

(4) public revenue in excess of public expenditure

Ans:- (3) public expenditure in excess of public revenue

  1. Among the tax revenues of the union government, the most important source is:

(1) Income Tax

(2) Corporation Tax

(3) Union Excise Duties

(4) Customs Duty

Ans:- (3) Union Excise Duties

  1. The last Ministerial Meet of WTO was held on Dec 13-18, 2005 in

(1) Canada

(2) Hong Kong

(3)  Japan

(4) Australia

Ans:- (2) Hong Kong

  1. Direct taxation is a better form of taxation because:

(1) It fetches more revenue

(2) It can be more easily collected

(3) It allows for taxation according to means

(4) It has greater tax compliance

Ans:- (3) It allows for taxation according to means


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