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Study Material: Indian Economy बिभाग “च”

  1. The colonial system of the Company was formalized by:

(1) Battle of Plassey

(2) Battle of Buxar

(3) Battle of Panipat

(4) Battle of Wandiwash

Ans:- (2) Battle of Buxar

  1. The demand for established of a department of agriculture in India was made by:

(1) Bengal Trade Association

(2) Manchester Cotton Supply Association

(3) Association of Gram Merchants of North India

(4) All – India Zamindars Association

Ans:- (2) Manchester Cotton Supply Association

  1. During the colonial period, British Capital was invested primarily invested primarily in

(1) Infrastructure

(2) Agriculture

(3) Industry

(4) Handicrafts

Ans:- (1) Infrastructure

  1. According to World Development Report (2006) the 2005 GNI capita of low income countries was:

(1) $ 300 or below

(2) $ 560 or below

(3)  $ 725 or below

(4) $ 875 or below

Ans:- (4) $ 875 or below

  1. Which book was written by Dadabhai Naoroji on Indian poverty and under British rule?

(1) Indian Economy under British Raj

(2) British Rule and Economic Drain British of India

(3) Poverty and Un-British rule in India

(4) Economic Drain and Poverty of India

Ans:- (3) Poverty and Un-British rule in India

  1. What is the percentage of India’s population to the world population?

(1) 6 percent

(2) 16 percent

(3) 26 percent

(4) 36 percent

Ans:- (2) 16 percent

  1. Which year is known as ‘Year of the Great Divide’ with regard to population growth in India?

(1) 1921

(2) 1947

(3) 1951

(4) None of these

Ans:- (1) 1921

  1. The birth rate measures the number of births during a year per

(1) 100 of population

(2) 1000 of population

(3) Million of Population

(4) None of these

Ans:- (2) 1000 of population

  1. Among the following , the only state having a sex ratio of above 1,000 is

(1) Tamil Nadu

(2) Kerala

(3) Karnataka

(4) Andhra Pradesh

Ans: – (2) Kerala

  1. The maximum number of people India work in the:

(1) Primary sector

(2) Secondary sector

(3) Tertiary sector

(4) None of these

Ans:- (1) Primary sector

  1. ‘Disguised unemployment’ refers to :

(1) Persons with no jobs

(2) More persons employed for a job which a few can accomplish

(3) Unemployment among women

(4) Unemployment of people above 60 years of age

Ans:- (2) More persons employed for a job which a few can accomplish

  1. The planning Commission of India is

(1) A statutory body

(2) An advisory body

(3) A constitutional body

(4) An independent and autonomous body

Ans:- (2) An advisory body

  1. The ex-officio chairman of the Planning Commission of India is the:

(1) Planning Minister

(2) Finance Minister

(3) Prime Minister

(4) Government of Reserve Bank of India

Ans:- (3) Prime Minister

  1. The Plan Holiday refers to the period:

(1) 1965-8

(2) 1966-69

(3) 1967-70

(4) 1978-80

Ans:- (2) 1966-69

  1. In India, National Income is computed by

(1) Ministry of Finance

(2) Central Statistical Organization

(3) Planning Commission

(4) Indian Statistical Institute

Ans:- (2) Central Statistical Organization

16.When the New Economic Policy was adopted in India in 1991 July the growth in real GDP was:

(1) Negative

(2) 0.5 percent

(3) 1 percent

(4) 3.5 percent

Ans:- (3) 1 percent

  1. The collapse of the former Soviet Union in 1990-91 had caused the loss of what percentage of our export:

(1) 25

(2) 40

(3) 45

(4) 62

Ans:- (1) 25

  1. India has …………. % of world’s geographical area and ……….. % of world population:

(1) 4, 18

(2) 2.6, 16

(3) 2.4, 16

(4) 3.2, 15

Ans:- (3) 2.4, 16

  1. At the present rate of growth of population India is expected to overtake China by:

(1) 2045

(2) 2015

(3) 2005

(4) 2035

Ans:- (1) 2045

  1. The country which had the first official family planning programme was:

(1) USA

(2) India

(3) Sweden

(4) China

Ans:- (2) India

  1. The Cairo Conference in Population Development (1994) emphasized:

(1) Terminal method of family planning

(2) Target-free approach towards family welfare

(3) Use of moral suation

(4) Emphasis on the care of the girl child

Ans:- (2) Target-free approach towards family welfare

  1. This type of unemployment can occur even in a situation of full employment:

(1) Structural unemployment

(2) Functional unemployment

(3) Cyclical unemployment

(4) Disguised unemployment

Ans:- (3) Cyclical unemployment

  1. Usual status (US) unemployment is calculated with reference to a period of:

(1) One year

(2) Indefinite

(3) One month

(4) One week

Ans:- (1) One year

  1. Chronic unemployment is measured using:

(1) US data

(2) CWS data

(3) None of the two

(4) Both a & b

Ans:-  (4) Both a  & b

  1. A country, which has successfully introduced financial discipline through a Fiscal Responsibility Act, is

(1) Thailand

(2) Mexico

(3) New Zealand

(4) Singapore

Ans:- (3) New Zealand


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