Q.1) What is the objective of National Water Policy (2002)?
1. Participation & involvement by beneficiaries
2. Rehabilitation to proceed concurrently with construction of project
3. Private sector involvement in management and development of water resources projects

Choose the correct statement:
  A. Only 1
  B. Only 2
  C. Only 3
  D. 1, 2 and 3 

Q.2) India has  __________% of geographical area of the world.
  A. 2.4
  B. 3.7
  C. 10
  D. 12

Q.3) What is the national income of a country?
  A. surplus of public sector undertakings
  B. sum total of factor incomes 
  C. exports minus imports
  D. None of these

Q.4) Panchayati Raj institutions are intended to reinforce?

  A. multi level planning 
  B. indicative planning
  C. functional planning
  D. None of these

Q.5) Name the state which leads in India in terms of absolute number of persons living in urban areas?
  A. Madhya Pradesh
  B. Maharashtra (Your Answer)
  C. Karnataka
  D. None of these

Q.6) What is adversely affected the basic purpose of introducing land reforms?
  A. lack of political will
  B. poor implementation
  C. shortcoming in legislation
  D. All of these 

Q.7) The features of Indian agriculture are?
1. Disguised unemployment
2. Gamble in the hands of monsoon

  A. Only 1
  B. Only 2
  C. Neither 1 nor 2
  D. Both 1 and 2 (Correct Answer)

Q.8) We obtain National income by adding _________ to Net Domestic Product.
  A. net inflow from abroad 
  B. subsidies
  C. indirect taxes
  D. None of these

Q.9) What could be the Demand pull factors for inflation?
  A. Boost in agricultural output
  B. Developmental expenditure 
  C. Risee in industrial output
  D. Balanced budget

Q.10) Why is the Inflation described as a regressive form of taxation?
  A. It results into devaluation of currency
  B. It affects exports & makes imports attractive
  C. It affects the poor & vulnerable sections more 
  D. It may cause recession 


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