In​​ this​​ post,​​ we​​ have​​ Shared 100​​ Solved​​ MCQs​​ based​​ on Indian​​ Polity​​ and​​ Economy​​ for​​ WBCS​​ Preliminary​​ Examination.​​ You​​ may​​ also​​ find​​ it​​ helpful​​ for​​ other​​ competitive​​ examination.

*The​​ Options​​ which​​ looks​​ Green​​ is​​ correct​​ Answer.

SET-2

1.​​ With​​ which​​ country​​ India​​ has​​ entered​​ into​​ an​​ agreement​​ to​​ produce​​ Hydroelectricity?

       ​​ (a)​​ Myanmar  ​​  ​​   ​​ (b)​​ Bangladesh    ​​    (c)​​ Nepal ​​   ​​  ​​ (d)​​ Bhutan

 

2.​​ Through​​ which​​ system​​ highest​​ area​​ of​​ Lands​​ of​​ India​​ are​​ irrigated?

       ​​ (a)​​ Canal   ​​  ​​    (b)​​ Deep​​ Tubewells  ​​   ​​  ​​ (c)​​ Tanks     ​​ (d)​​ None

 

3.​​ Around​​ what​​ percentage​​ of​​ National​​ income​​ of​​ India​​ is​​ contributed​​ by​​ the​​ Agricultural​​ sector?

       ​​ (a)​​ 20)%  ​​  ​​  ​​   (b)​​ 30%  ​​   ​​  ​​ (c)​​ 40%   ​​  ​​  ​​ (d)​​ 50%

 

4.​​ In​​ which​​ area​​ India​​ is​​ not​​ in​​ a​​ deficit​​ position​​ in​​ respect​​ of​​ production?

       ​​ (a)​​ Oil-seeds  ​​   ​​  ​​ (b)​​ Pulses   ​​  ​​   (c)​​ Vegetables  ​​     ​​ (d)​​ None

 

5.​​ In​​ which​​ case​​ India​​ has​​ got​​ the​​ largest​​ number​​ in​​ the​​ world?

       ​​ (a)​​ Goats​​ &​​ sheep       ​​ (b)​​ Cattle​​ heads       ​​ (c)​​ Chickens       (d)​​ All​​ of​​ these

 

6.​​ Around​​ which​​ percentage​​ of​​ GDP​​ is​​ contributed​​ by​​ the​​ Public​​ sector​​ enterprises​​ in​​ the​​ Indian​​ economy?

        (a)​​ 25%        ​​ (b)​​ 40%        ​​ (c)​​ 50%     ​​ (d)​​ 60%

 

7.​​ Around​​ what​​ percentage​​ of​​ GDP​​ is​​ saved​​ yearly​​ in​​ India?

        (a)​​ 25%   ​​  ​​   ​​ (b)​​ 35% ​​  ​​   ​​ (c)​​ 50%   ​​  ​​  ​​ (d)​​ More​​ than​​ 50%

 

8.​​ By​​ how​​ many​​ times​​ the​​ prices​​ of​​ goods​​ and​​ services​​ have​​ become​​ increased​​ in​​ India​​ since​​ Independence​​ in​​ 1947?

        (a)​​ 20​​ times   ​​   ​​ (b)​​ 30​​ times ​​   ​​  ​​ (c)​​ 40​​ times ​​  ​​    ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

9.​​ For​​ which​​ amount​​ no​​ corresponding​​ goods​​ and​​ services​​ are​​ supplied​​ in​​ the​​ economy?

       ​​ (a)​​ Foreign​​ loan​​  ​​  ​​    (b)​​ Deficit​​ financing  ​​  ​​   ​​ (c)​​ Taxes ​​  ​​   ​​ (d)​​ None

 

10.​​ in​​ which​​ year​​ New​​ Economic​​ Policy​​ (NEP)​​ was​​ announced​​ in​​ India?

       ​​ (a)​​ 1950  ​​  ​​   ​​ (b)​​ 1965        (c)​​ 1985    ​​   ​​ (d)​​ None

 

11.​​ In​​ which​​ year​​ Liberalization​​ of​​ Industrial​​ Licensing​​ Policies​​ were​​ announced​​ in​​ India?

       ​​ (a)​​ 1985        (b)​​ 1988       ​​ (c)​​ 1991       ​​ (d)​​ None

 

12.​​ From​​ what​​ area​​ Indian​​ planners​​ receive​​ the​​ highest​​ amount?

        (a)​​ Surplus​​ from​​ taxes      ​​ (b)​​ Internal​​ borrowing       ​​ (c)​​ External​​ borrowing      ​​ (d)​​ Deficit​​ Financing

 

13.​​ In​​ which​​ case​​ the​​ role​​ of​​ Public​​ sector​​ Enterprises​​ is​​ not​​ supreme​​ in​​ the​​ Economy​​ of​​ India?

       ​​ (a)​​ Petroleum​​ marketing         (b)​​ Computer​​ manufacturing

       ​​ (c)​​ Defence​​ equipment​​ manufacturing      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

14.​​ The​​ term​​ 'Administered​​ Price'​​ is​​ associated​​ with:

        (a)​​ Public​​ Sector      ​​ (b)​​ Private​​ Sector      ​​ (c)​​ Organised​​ Sector      ​​ (d)​​ Unorganised​​ sector

 

15.​​ In​​ which​​ case​​ the​​ workers​​ are​​ associated​​ with​​ Unorganised​​ sector​​ in​​ the​​ economy​​ of​​ India?

       ​​ (a)​​ Iron​​ &​​ Steel​​ Industry​​ workers ​​  ​​   ​​ (b)​​ Coal​​ mine​​ workers

        (c)​​ Handloom​​ workers      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

16.​​ In​​ which​​ case,​​ there​​ are​​ a​​ larger​​ number​​ of​​ workers​​ than​​ any​​ other​​ among​​ the​​ areas​​ mentioned​​ in​​ the​​ alternatives?

       ​​ (a)​​ Cement       ​​ (b)​​ Steel  ​​  ​​   (c)​​ Textiles       ​​ (d)​​ Computers

 

17.​​ In​​ which​​ sector​​ India​​ has​​ been​​ showing​​ the​​ highest​​ growth​​ in​​ recent​​ years?

       ​​ (a)​​ Agriculture       ​​ (b)​​ Industries        (c)​​ Services       ​​ (d)​​ None

 

18.​​ IDBI, ​​ IFCI,​​ ICICl​​ are​​ associated​​ with​​ ........​​ sector:

       ​​ (a)​​ Agricultural ​​  ​​  ​​   (b)​​ Industrial  ​​   ​​  ​​ (c)​​ Services ​​  ​​   ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

19.​​ Which​​ one​​ arrange​​ foreign​​ exchange​​ as​​ loan​​ for​​ the​​ Government​​ of​​ India?

       ​​ (a)​​ IBRD       ​​ (b)​​ ADB       ​​ (c)​​ IMF       (d)​​ All​​ of​​ these

 

20.​​ The​​ Scheduled​​ Banks​​ of​​ India​​ are​​ controlled​​ by​​ the:

 ​​  ​​    ​​ (a)​​ UTI​​  ​​  ​​  ​​ (b)​​ Bank's​​ Association       (c)​​ RBI      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these 

 

21.​​ What​​ was​​ the​​ target​​ of​​ overall​​ growth​​ in​​ GDP​​ per​​ annum​​ during​​ the​​ 9th​​ Year​​ Plan​​ period​​ (1997-2002)? 

       ​​ (a)​​ 50%       ​​ (b)​​ 6%       (c)​​ 6.5%       ​​ (d)​​ 7%

 

22.​​ To​​ reduce​​ unemployment​​ in​​ India,​​ plans​​ are​​ required​​ to​​ be​​ taken​​ to​​ introduce​​ ........​​ technique​​ of​​ production.

       ​​ (a)​​ Capital-intensive        (b)​​ Labour-intensive      ​​ (c)​​ Labour-saving      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

23.​​ In​​ which​​ year​​ 8th​​ Five​​ Year​​ Plan​​ of​​ India​​ was​​ started?

       ​​ (a)​​ 1990        (b)​​ 1992      ​​ (c)​​ 1993      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

24.​​ Approximate​​ per​​ capita​​ or​​ per​​ head​​ yearly​​ income​​ of​​ an​​ Indian​​ on​​ basis​​ of​​ findings​​ of​​ 2001​​ census​​ was:

       ​​ (a)​​ 10,000       ​​ (b)​​ Rs.​​ 12,000       ​​ (c)​​ Rs.​​ 14,000        (d)​​ Rs.​​ 16,000

 

25.​​ By​​ which​​ percent​​ population​​ of​​ India​​ increased​​ from​​ 1991​​ to​​ 2001​​ (i.e​​ decadal​​ growth​​ approximately):

       ​​ (a)​​ 17%        ​​ (b)​​ 19%  ​​  ​​  ​​   (c)​​ 21%  ​​  ​​   ​​ (d)​​ 23%

 

26.​​ What​​ was​​ the​​ average​​ density​​ of​​ population​​ in​​ India​​ as​​ per​​ 2001​​ census​​ report:

       ​​ (a)​​ 288​​ persons       ​​ (b)​​ 304​​ persons       ​​ (c)​​ 322​​ persons       (d)​​ 324​​ persons

 

27.​​ Average​​ fertility​​ rate​​ i.e​​ number​​ of​​ children​​ per​​ married​​ women​​ on​​ the​​ basis​​ of​​ the​​ 2001​​ census​​ was:

       ​​ (a)​​ 2.5       ​​ (b)​​ 2.8        (c)​​ 3.2       ​​ (d)​​ 3.6

 

28.​​ Average​​ birth​​ rate​​ per​​ 1000​​ persons​​ in​​ India​​ in​​ 2001​​ census​​ was​​ (approximately):

       ​​ (a)​​ 22      ​​ (b)​​ 24  ​​  ​​   (c)​​ 26 ​​  ​​  ​​  ​​ (d)​​ 28

 

29.​​ Average​​ death​​ rate​​ per​​ 1000​​ persons​​ per​​ year​​ in​​ India​​ in​​ 2001​​ census​​ was​​ (Approximately):

       ​​ (a)​​ 7   ​​    (b)​​ 9     ​​ (c)​​ 11    ​​ (d)​​ 13

 

30.​​ Persons​​ living​​ below​​ poverty​​ line​​ in​​ India​​ on​​ the​​ basis​​ of​​ 2001​​ census​​ was:

        (a)​​ 26%  ​​  ​​   ​​ (b)​​ 30%  ​​  ​​   ​​ (c)​​ 34%    ​​   ​​ (d)​​ 42%

 

31.​​ The​​ target​​ for​​ 10th​​ plan​​ (Plan​​ period​​ 2002-2007)​​ was​​ to​​ reduce​​ persons​​ living​​ below​​ poverty​​ line​​ to:

       ​​ (a)​​ 18%        (b)​​ 20%       ​​ (c)​​ 22%  ​​  ​​  ​​ (d)​​ 25%

 

32.​​ The​​ Reserve​​ Bank​​ of​​ India​​ started​​ to​​ function​​ from​​ 1st​​ of​​ April​​ of

       ​​ (a)​​ 1932​​  ​​  ​​    (b)​​ 1935 ​​  ​​   ​​ (c)​​ 1941     ​​ (d)​​ 1948

 

33.​​ Which​​ one​​ has​​ not​​ been​​ correctly​​ matched​​ regarding​​ time​​ period​​ of​​ Indian​​ Plans:

       ​​ (a)​​ Sixth​​ Plan:​​ 1980-85       ​​ (b)​​ Severn​​ Plan:​​ 1985-90  

        (c)​​ Eight​​ Plan:​​ 1990-95       ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ the

 

34.​​ The​​ Chelliah​​ Committee​​ formed​​ in​​ 1991​​ submitted​​ recommendations​​ on:

       ​​ (a)​​ Bank​​ reforms ​​  ​​     (b)​​ Tax​​ reforms     ​​ (c)​​ Stock​​ Exchange​​ reforms      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

35.​​ Highest​​ source​​ of​​ tax​​ collection​​ in​​ India​​ is:

       ​​ (a)​​ Direct​​ Tax       (b)​​ Indirect​​ tax      ​​ (c)​​ Value​​ Added​​ Tax      ​​ (d)​​ None

 

36.​​ Issues​​ relating​​ to​​ money​​ matters​​ of​​ India​​ are​​ published​​ in​​ the​​ form​​ of​​ Monetary​​ policies​​ by​​ the​​ Reserve​​ Bank​​ of​​ India​​ .......​​ in​​ a​​ year?

       ​​ (a)​​ Once        (b)​​ Twice  ​​  ​​  ​​ (c)​​ Thrice      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

37.​​ The​​ New​​ Industrial​​ Policy​​ of​​ India​​ was​​ announced​​ in:

       ​​ (a)​​ 1988       ​​ (1)​​ 1989   ​​  ​​  ​​ (c)​​ 1990​​   ​​    (d)​​ 1991

 

38.​​ Which​​ one​​ is​​ not​​ within​​ the​​ function​​ of​​ the​​ Reserve​​ Bank​​ of​​ India?

       ​​ (a)​​ Paper​​ currency​​ issue      ​​ (b)​​ Banker​​ to​​ the​​ Government

       ​​ (c)​​ Custodian​​ of​​ Foreign​​ Exchange​​ Reserve       (d)​​ Banker​​ to​​ the​​ Multinational​​ Companies

 

39.​​ Which​​ one​​ is​​ not​​ within​​ the​​ Quantitative​​ Credit​​ Control​​ measures​​ of​​ the​​ Reserve​​ Bank​​ of​​ India?

       ​​ (a)​​ Bank​​ Rate      ​​ (b)​​ Open​​ Market        (c)​​ Credit​​ Rationing      ​​ (d)​​ Variable​​ Reserve​​ Ratio

 

40.​​ The​​ system​​ of​​ the​​ imposition​​ of​​ Income​​ tax​​ in​​ India​​ is:

       ​​ (a)​​ Proportional        (b)​​ Progressive      ​​ (c)​​ Regressive      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

41.​​ The​​ Union​​ Budget​​ of​​ India​​ generally​​ presented​​ in​​ the​​ Parliament​​ in:

        (a)​​ February  ​​  ​​  ​​ (b)​​ March      ​​ (c)​​ April     ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

42.​​ In​​ which​​ position​​ the​​ outcome​​ of​​ foreign​​ trade​​ of​​ India​​ is​​ generally​​ found:

       ​​ (a)​​ Balanced        ​​ (b)​​ Surplus     ​​   (c)​​ Deficit       ​​ (d)​​ None

 

43.​​ Which​​ one​​ has​​ not​​ been​​ correctly​​ matched​​ regarding​​ establishment​​ time:

       ​​ (a)​​ NABARD​​ :​​ 1982      ​​ (b)​​ SIDBI​​ :​​ 1990       ​​ (c)​​ UTI ​​ :​​ 1963       (d)​​ IDBI​​ :​​ 1978

 

44.​​ In​​ which​​ year​​ the​​ Industrial​​ Development​​ Bank​​ of​​ India​​ (IDBI)​​ set​​ up:

        (a)​​ 1964 ​​  ​​  ​​  ​​ (b)​​ 1973 ​​  ​​  ​​  ​​ (c)​​ 1975      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

45.​​ In​​ which​​ year​​ 'Sampporna​​ Gramin​​ Rozgar​​ Yojana'​​ (SGRY)​​ was​​ started​​ in​​ India:

       ​​ (a)​​ 1999 ​​  ​​  ​​   (b)​​ 2001 ​​  ​​   ​​ (c)​​ 2002​​  ​​  ​​  ​​ (d)​​ 2003

 

46.​​ What​​ was​​ the​​ volume​​ of​​ yearly​​ production​​ of​​ food​​ grains​​ in​​ India​​ in​​ the​​ initial​​ period​​ of​​ the​​ 10th​​ Five​​ Year​​ plan​​ (in​​ million​​ tones​​ :

       ​​ (a)​​ 180  ​​  ​​  ​​  ​​ (b)​​ 190 ​​  ​​  ​​  ​​ (c)​​ 200  ​​  ​​    (d)​​ 210

 

47.​​ Which​​ one​​ was​​ the​​ highest​​ source​​ of​​ export​​ earning​​ in​​ the​​ initial​​ period​​ of​​ the​​ 10th​​ Plan​​ (2002-2007)?

       ​​ (a)​​ Gems​​ &​​ Jewellery        (b)​​ Textiles      ​​ (c)​​ Engineering​​ goods       ​​ (d)​​ Chemicals

 

48.​​ In​​ India,​​ the​​ highest​​ savings​​ fund​​ remained​​ created​​ by:

        (a)​​ Household​​ sector       ​​ (b)​​ Corporate​​ sector      ​​ (c)​​ Public​​ Sector       ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

49.​​ In​​ the​​ present​​ Indian​​ societies​​ the​​ percentage​​ of​​ children​​ remaining​​ upto​​ 6​​ years​​ among​​ the​​ total​​ population​​ remained​​ around​​ :​​ (as​​ in​​ 2001​​ census):

       ​​ (a)​​ 10%        (b)​​ 15%       ​​ (c)​​ 20%       ​​ (d)​​ 25%

 

50.​​ By​​ how​​ much​​ times​​ the​​ population​​ of​​ India​​ increased​​ in​​ India​​ since​​ 1991​​ census:

       ​​ (a)​​ 2​​ times​​  ​​  ​​  ​​ (b)​​ 3​​ times       (c)​​ 4​​ times  ​​  ​​  ​​ (5)​​ 5​​ time

 

51.​​ Minimum​​ percentage​​ of​​ total​​ male​​ adult​​ persons​​ of​​ an​​ urban​​ area​​ remaining​​ engaged​​ in​​ non-agricultural​​ activities​​ should​​ be:

       ​​ (a)​​ 50       ​​ (b)​​ 60        (c)​​ 75 ​​  ​​    ​​ (d)​​ 90

 

52.​​ In​​ the​​ census​​ of​​ 1991,​​ India​​ had​​ 23​​ mega​​ cities​​ each​​ having​​ at​​ least​​ 10​​ lakh​​ people.​​ In​​ the​​ 2001​​ census,​​ the​​ number​​ of​​ megacities​​ increased​​ to:

       ​​ (a)​​ 28  ​​  ​​   ​​ (b)​​ 31  ​​  ​​   (c)​​ 35  ​​  ​​  ​​ (d)​​ 41

 

53.​​ Which​​ State​​ has​​ got​​ the​​ highest​​ percentage​​ of​​ urban​​ people​​ in​​ the​​ 2001​​ census?

       ​​ (a)​​ Maharashtra       ​​ (b)​​ Punjab      ​​ (c)​​ Kerala        (d)​​ Tamil​​ Nadu

 

54.​​ Indian​​ State​​ having​​ the​​ lowest​​ percentage​​ of​​ people​​ living​​ below​​ the​​ poverty​​ line​​ on​​ the​​ basis​​ of​​ 2001​​ census​​ report​​ was​​ :

       ​​ (a)​​ Kerala​​  ​​  ​​   ​​ (b)​​ Gujarat​​   ​​    (c)​​ Punjab  ​​  ​​  ​​ (d)​​ Karnataka

 

55.​​ Around​​ what​​ percentage​​ of​​ total​​ people​​ of​​ India​​ was​​ found​​ as​​ working​​ people​​ or​​ productive​​ consumers​​ on​​ the​​ basis​​ of​​ 2001​​ census​​ report?

       ​​ (a)​​ 30   ​​  ​​  ​​ (b)​​ 35 ​​   ​​    (c)​​ 40  ​​   ​​  ​​ (d)​​ 45

 

56.​​ Indian​​ State​​ having​​ the​​ highest​​ rank​​ in​​ Human​​ Development​​ Index​​ (HDI)​​ In​​ 2001​​ census​​ was:

       ​​ (a)​​ Haryana ​​  ​​  ​​  ​​ (b)​​ Gujrat​​   ​​    ​​ (c)​​ Punjab​​   ​​     (d)​​ Kerala

 

57.​​ The​​ greatest​​ achievement​​ of​​ the​​ Five​​ Year​​ Plans​​ of​​ India​​ remained:

       ​​ (a)​​ Economic​​ Security     ​​ (b)​​ Employment​​ Security    ​​   (c)​​ Food​​ security ​​  ​​  ​​ (d)​​ Eradication​​ of​​ poverty

 

58.​​ The​​ area​​ of​​ highest​​ priority​​ from​​ the​​ Public​​ Sector​​ during​​ the​​ 9th​​ plan​​ period​​ was:

       ​​ (a)​​ Industries         (b)​​ Power       ​​ (c)​​ Social​​ services      ​​ (d)​​ Telecommunication

 

59.​​ In​​ which​​ year​​ the​​ Industrial​​ Policy​​ Resolution​​ was​​ announced​​ by​​ the​​ Union​​ Government​​ of​​ India?

        (a)​​ 1948    ​​  ​​   ​​ (b)​​ 1950         ​​ (c)​​ 1952   ​​  ​​   ​​ (d)​​ 1954

 

60.​​ Dr​​ R.​​ K.​​ Hazari​​ Commission​​ submitted​​ recommendations​​ on​​ issues​​ relating​​ to:

       ​​ (a)​​ Agricultural​​ policies        (b)​​ Industrial​​ licensing​​ policies ​​  ​​   ​​ (c)​​ Fiscal​​ policies     ​​ (d)​​ Banking​​ policies

 

61.​​ Public​​ Sector​​ Undertaking​​ of​​ India​​ having​​ the​​ highest​​ turnover​​ is

        (a)​​ Indian​​ Oil​​ Corporation       ​​ (b)​​ Food​​ Corporation​​ of​​ India

       ​​ (c)​​ National​​ Thermal​​ Power​​ Corporation       ​​ (d)​​ Steel​​ Authority​​ of​​ India

 

62.​​ Which​​ one​​ was​​ not​​ the​​ objective​​ of​​ the​​ organisation​​ of​​ Public​​ Sector​​ Units​​ in​​ India:

       ​​ (a)​​ Higher​​ economic​​ development      ​​ (b)​​ Creation​​ of​​ employment​​ opportunities

        (c)​​ Earning​​ of​​ maxi­mum​​ possible​​ profit      ​​ (d)​​ Promote​​ balanced​​ regional​​ growth

 

63.​​ In​​ which​​ year​​ the​​ Integrated​​ Rural​​ Development​​ Programme​​ (IRDP)​​ was​​ launched?

       ​​ (a)​​ 1978        (b)​​ 1980  ​​  ​​   ​​ (c)​​ 1982 ​​  ​​   ​​ (d)​​ 1984

 

64.​​ The​​ Union​​ Government​​ of​​ India​​ introduced​​ the​​ Economic​​ planning​​ system​​ on​​ the​​ basis​​ of​​ the​​ planning​​ system​​ of:

       ​​ (a)​​ USA  ​​  ​​    (b)​​ Soviet​​ Union  ​​  ​​   ​​ (c)​​ China       ​​ (d)​​ Germany

 

65.​​ Indian​​ planning​​ system​​ was​​ found​​ remained​​ biased​​ towards​​ the:

 ​​  ​​     (a)​​ Mahalanobis​​ Model       ​​ (b)​​ Gandhian​​ model      ​​ (c)​​ Keynes​​ model      ​​ (d)​​ Marshallian​​ model

 

66.​​ The​​ population​​ of​​ India​​ increased​​ rapidly​​ mainly​​ for:

       ​​ (a)​​ High​​ birth​​ rate       ​​ (b)​​ Immigration​​ from​​ outside       (c)​​ Decreasing​​ death​​ rate       ​​ (d)​​ Absence​​ of​​ famines

 

67.​​ Which​​ sector​​ may​​ be​​ found​​ to​​ have​​ a​​ higher​​ share​​ in​​ relation​​ to​​ the​​ other​​ towards​​ the​​ National​​ Income​​ of​​ India​​ in​​ recent​​ time:

       ​​ (a)​​ Primary       ​​ (b)​​ Secondary         (c)​​ Tertiary        ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

68.​​ The​​ trend​​ of​​ economic​​ development​​ of​​ an​​ economy​​ should​​ be​​ measured​​ by​​ evaluating:

       ​​ (a)​​ National​​ income      ​​ (b)​​ Per​​ capita​​ money​​ income      

        (c)​​ Per​​ capita​​ real​​ income     ​​ (d)​​ Position​​ of​​ global​​ trade.

 

69.​​ The​​ most​​ important​​ agricultural​​ product​​ exported​​ from​​ India​​ remained

       ​​ (a)​​ Jute ​​  ​​  ​​  ​​ (b)​​ Coffee ​​  ​​    (c)​​ Tea  ​​  ​​  ​​ (d)​​ Wheat

 

70.​​ The​​ rural​​ economy​​ of​​ India​​ is​​ found​​ to​​ suffer​​ from:

       ​​ (a)​​ Voluntary​​ unemployment​​  ​​  ​​    (b)​​ Disguised​​ unemployment

       ​​ (c)​​ Structural​​ unemployment ​​   ​​   ​​ (d)​​ Cyclical​​ unemployment

 

71.​​ Which​​ one​​ should​​ be​​ considered​​ within​​ the​​ basic​​ industry:

        (a)​​ Textiles  ​​    ​​ (b)​​ Chemicals​​  ​​  ​​  ​​ (c)​​ Iron​​  ​​  ​​   ​​ (d)​​ Cement

 

72.​​ In​​ which​​ side​​ the​​ industrial​​ sector​​ of​​ India​​ showed​​ good​​ progress​​ in​​ recent​​ decades?

       ​​ (a)​​ Producers​​ goods        (b)​​ Consumer​​ durables   ​​   ​​ (c)​​ Wage​​ goods ​​  ​​   ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

73.​​ Which​​ sector​​ is​​ desired​​ to​​ be​​ developed​​ by​​ the​​ Planners​​ through​​ utilisation​​ of​​ Public​​ sector​​ fund​​ in​​ recent​​ years?

       ​​ (a)​​ Agriculture       ​​ (b)​​ Industries        (c)​​ Infrastructure        ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

74.​​ A​​ major​​ portion​​ of​​ the​​ agricultural​​ lands​​ of​​ India​​ are​​ found​​ to​​ remain​​ under:

        (a)​​ Smallholdings      ​​ (b)​​ Medium​​ holding       ​​ (c)​​ Large​​ holdings       ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

75.​​ What​​ percentage​​ of​​ the​​ total​​ land​​ area​​ of​​ India​​ is​​ found​​ to​​ remain​​ within​​ the​​ Urban​​ centres?

        (a)​​ 5 ​​  ​​    ​​ (b)​​ 10  ​​  ​​  ​​ (c)​​ 15 ​​   ​​  ​​ (d)​​ 20

 

76.​​ In​​ India​​ the​​ sugar​​ industries​​ are​​ found​​ to​​ remain​​ located​​ near​​ the:

       ​​ (a)​​ Market        (b)​​ Source​​ of​​ raw​​ materials       ​​ (c)​​ source​​ of​​ the​​ labour​​ force      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

77.​​ Which​​ tax​​ is​​ not​​ collected​​ by​​ the​​ Union​​ Government​​ of​​ India:

       ​​ (a)​​ Income​​ tax        (b)​​ Sales​​ tax       ​​ (c)​​ Corporation​​ tax      ​​ (d)​​ Excise​​ tax

 

78.​​ Continent​​ having​​ a​​ highest​​ transaction​​ with​​ India​​ in​​ global​​ trade​​ is:

       ​​ (a)​​ Asia ​​  ​​  ​​   (b)​​ Europe      ​​ (c)​​ North​​ America       ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

79.​​ The​​ continuing​​ deficit​​ in​​ the​​ balance​​ of​​ payment​​ position​​ of​​ India​​ in​​ global​​ trade​​ may​​ be​​ considered​​ as:

       ​​ (a)​​ Unproductive​​ deficit        (b)​​ Development​​ deficit       ​​ (c)​​ Consumption​​ deficit      ​​ (d)​​ Wasting​​ deficit

 

80.​​ In​​ the​​ supply​​ of​​ which​​ items​​ the​​ Union​​ Government​​ of​​ India​​ is​​ found​​ to​​ enjoy​​ almost​​ monopoly​​ position​​ \:

        (a)​​ Petroleum​​ oil      ​​ (b)​​ Defence​​ equipment​​ (c)​​ Steel​​ products      ​​ (d)​​ None

 

81.​​ A​​ single​​ country​​ remaining​​ as​​ the​​ largest​​ trade​​ partner​​ of​​ India​​ is​​ in:

 ​​  ​​    ​​ (a)Asia       ​​ (b)​​ Europe        (c)​​ North​​ America       ​​ (d)​​ South​​ America

 

82.​​ The​​ inflationary​​ trend​​ of​​ India​​ is​​ based​​ on:

       ​​ (a)​​ Demand-pull     ​​  ​​ (b)​​ Cost​​ push       (c)​​ Both​​ demand​​ pull​​ and​​ cost​​ push     ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

83.​​ In​​ which​​ mineral​​ India​​ is​​ found​​ to​​ have​​ a​​ deficient​​ position​​ in​​ local​​ production:

       ​​ (a)​​ Iron​​ Ore       ​​ (b)​​ Mica        (c)​​ Manganese       ​​ (d)​​ Tin

 

84.​​ In​​ India​​ poverty​​ of​​ people​​ is​​ generally​​ measures​​ in​​ relation​​ to:

       ​​ (a)​​ food​​ consumption        (b)​​ calorie​​ intake       ​​ (c)​​ Housing​​ and​​ clothing      ​​ (d)​​ All​​ of​​ these

 

85.​​ The​​ 'SEBI'​​ is​​ found​​ to​​ have​​ control​​ over​​ Indian:

       ​​ (a)​​ Banks        (b)​​ Stock​​ Exchanges       ​​ (c)​​ Wholesale​​ trade      ​​ (d)​​ None

 

86.​​ The​​ rate​​ at​​ which​​ the​​ Reserve​​ Bank​​ of​​ India​​ discount​​ Bills​​ of​​ Exchanges​​ of​​ the​​ Commercial​​ Banks​​ is​​ known​​ as:

       ​​ (a)​​ Interest​​ rate        (b)​​ Bank​​ rate      ​​ (c)​​ Discount​​ rate      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

87.​​ In​​ which​​ year​​ the​​ life​​ Insurance​​ Companies​​ were​​ nationalised​​ in​​ India:

       ​​ (a)​​ 1952       ​​ (b)​​ 1954  ​​  ​​    (c)​​ 1956  ​​  ​​   ​​ (d)​​ 1958

 

88.​​ The​​ functions​​ relating​​ to​​ 'Clearing​​ House'​​ for​​ the​​ Indian​​ Banks​​ are​​ done​​ by:

       ​​ (a)​​ Bureau​​ of​​ Bank ​​  ​​    (b)​​ Reserve​​ Bank      ​​ (c)​​ Finance​​ Ministry      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

89.​​ In​​ India​​ the​​ lowest​​ volume​​ of​​ tax​​ is​​ received​​ from:

       ​​ (a)​​ Excise​​ duties        (b)​​ Agricultural​​ tax      ​​ (c)​​ Income​​ tax      ​​ (d)​​ Corporation​​ tax

 

90.​​ The​​ Indian​​ economy​​ may​​ be​​ considered​​ as​​ a:

       ​​ (a)​​ Food​​ surplus​​ economy        ​​ (b)​​ Trade​​ surplus​​ economy

        (c)​​ Labour​​ surplus​​ economy ​​     ​​ (d)​​ Production​​ surplus​​ economy

 

91.​​ Foreign​​ Exchange​​ of​​ highest​​ value​​ in​​ terms​​ of​​ Indian​​ rupee​​ is

       ​​ (a)​​ American​​ dollar       (b)​​ British​​ Sterling       ​​ (c)​​ Russian​​ Rouble      ​​ (d)​​ Japanese​​ Yen

 

92.​​ In​​ India​​ companies​​ are​​ required​​ to​​ pay​​ Corporation​​ tax​​ on​​ their:

       ​​ (a)​​ Production​​  ​​   ​​  ​​ (b)​​ Sales​​  ​​  ​​    (c)​​ Income  ​​  ​​  ​​ (d)​​ Investment

 

93.​​ Chief​​ Ministers​​ of​​ the​​ Indian​​ States​​ are​​ associated​​ as​​ mem­bers​​ with:

       ​​ (a)​​ Planning​​ Commission        ​​ (b)​​ Finance​​ Commission

        (c)​​ National​​ Development​​ council ​​   ​​  ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

94.​​ Who​​ was​​ chosen​​ as​​ the​​ Chairman​​ of​​ the​​ 12th​​ Finance​​ Commission​​ of​​ India​​ :

       ​​ (a)​​ M.​​ S.​​ Aluwalia       (b)​​ C.​​ Rangarajan      ​​ (c)​​ Bimal​​ Jalan       ​​ (d)​​ None

 

95.​​ In​​ which​​ case​​ India​​ is​​ not​​ the​​ biggest​​ producer​​ in​​ the​​ world:

       ​​ (a)​​ Banana   ​​  ​​  ​​ (b)​​ Onion ​​   ​​   ​​ (c)​​ ground-nut​​  ​​      (d)​​ rice

 

96.​​ West​​ Bengal​​ has​​ an​​ Export​​ Processing​​ zone​​ at:

       ​​ (a)​​ Haldia  ​​  ​​   ​​ (b)​​ Durgapur  ​​  ​​    (c)​​ Falta   ​​    ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

97.​​ Indian​​ State​​ having​​ highest​​ production​​ of​​ Cardamon​​ is:

       ​​ (a)​​ Kerala         (b)​​ Sikkim  ​​      ​​ (c)​​ Madhya​​ Pradesh​​  ​​  ​​  ​​ (d)​​ Jammu​​ &​​ Kashmir

 

98.​​ In​​ 1991​​ census​​ India​​ had​​ 927​​ females​​ per​​ 1000​​ males,​​ such​​ sex​​ ratio​​ in​​ 2001​​ census​​ remained​​ :

       ​​ (a)​​ 929​​ females      ​​ (b)​​ 931​​ females       (c)​​ 933​​ females      ​​ (d)​​ 935​​ females

 

99.​​ In​​ which​​ area​​ no​​ subsidy​​ is​​ given​​ by​​ the​​ Union​​ Government​​ of​​ India?

       ​​ (a)​​ Foods       ​​ (b)​​ Fertilizer​​  ​​  ​​   (c)​​ Diesel      ​​ (d)​​ Cooking​​ gas

 

100.​​ For​​ which​​ item​​ import​​ expenditure​​ became​​ reduced​​ for​​ India​​ with​​ the​​ passage​​ of​​ time:

       ​​ (a)​​ Chemicals       ​​ (b)​​ Machines        (c)​​ Foods      ​​ (d)​​ Fuels

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