Wednesday, September 19, 2012

CBSE Class 10 - Economics - CH2 - Sectors Of The Indian Economy (MCQs)

Sectors Of The Indian Economy 
(MCQs)


Q1(CBSE 2010): GDP is the total value of:

(a) all goods and services
(b) all final goods and services
(c) all intermediate goods and services
(d) all intermediate and final goods and services



Q2: Which one of the following activities can be included in the primary sector?

(a) Giving loans to the farmer
(b) Making Sugar from sugar cane
(c) Cultivating sugar cane
(d) Providing storage facility for the grains

Q3(CBSE 2011): Which one of the following sectors is the largest employer in India ? 

(a) Primary
(b) Secondary
(c) Tertiary
(d) IT sector

Q4: Which of the following provision makes NREGA as the Right to Work?

(a) Increase in land productivity has been given the preference.
(b) This Act was passed by the Parliament in 2005
(c) This Act has been spread to all the districts in the country.
(d) If the government fails to provide employment, it will give unemployment allowance.

Q5(CBSE 2010): The service sector includes activities such as:

(a) agriculture, dairy, fishing and forestry
(b) making sugar, gur and bricks
(c) transport, communication and banking
d) none of these

Q6(CBSE 2010): Which of the following economic activity is not in the tertiary sector? 

(a) Banking
(b) Bee-keeping
(c) Teaching
(d) Working in a call centre

Q7(CBSE 2010): Which of the following statements is true in respect of Public Sector?

(a) Big companies own most of the assets
(b) Government owns the assets
(c) A group of people owns most of the assets
(d) An individual owns most of the assets

Q8: Why did the government shift its strategy from long term to short term programmes to remove unemployment?

(a) Large Scale Corruption
(b) Lukewarm response from the state govenrmnets
(c) Long term programmes takes a long time to implement
(d) Lack of funds.

Q9(CBSE 2011): Which of the following was the objective of NREGA 2005 ?

(a) To control the unorganized sector in rural areas.
(b) To provide 100 days employment in a year by the government.
(c) To control the flow of money from private sector to public sector.
(d) None of the above.


Q10(CBSE 2011): Workers enjoy job security in : 

(a) Agriculture Sector
(b) Private Sector
(c) Unorganised Sector
(d) Organised Sector

Q11: Under employment occurs when people

(a) do not want to work
(b) are not paid for their work
(c) are not skilled
(d) are working less than they are capable of

Q12(CBSE 2010): Which of the following types of activities are covered in the secondary sector?

(a) It generates services rather than goods
(b) Natural products are changed through manufacturing
(c) Goods are produced by exploiting natural resources
(d) It includes agriculture, forestry and dairy


Answers:
1: (b) all final goods and services
2: (c) Cultivating sugar cane
3: (a) Primary
4: (d) If the government fails to provide employment, it will give unemployment allowance.
5: (c) transport, communication and banking
6: (b) Bee-keeping
7: (b) Government owns the assets
8: (c) Long term programmes takes a long time to implement
9: (b) To provide 100 days employment in a year by the government.
10: (d) Organised Sector
11: (d) are working less than they are capable of
12: (b) Natural products are changed through manufacturing


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