Quiz 465: Indian Economy For Civil Services Examinations

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1).
Year 1921 is known as a year of “Great Divide” in the demographic history of India. After that in which decade there was a slight dip in the rate of decadal population growth in India?
2).
What do we call a situation, when the Government meets the gap of the public expenditure and public revenue by printing new currency?
3).
Consider the following: 
  1. Birth Rate 
  2. Death Rate 
Since 1951, which among the following is correct about the above two variables of Population of India?
4).
Consider the following statements regarding Cost Push Inflation: 
  1. Cost Push Inflation is a function of the costs such as wages, rent , interest rates etc. 
  2. Cost Push Inflation can be controlled easily in comparison to the Demand Pull Inflation
  3. The purchasing power of Rupee decreases in case of Cost push inflation. 
Which among the above statements hold correct?
5).
What is the meaning of the “Government Route” in Foreign Investments?
6).
Consider the following statements: 
Assertion: The year end estimates of GDP are more reliable than the quarterly estimates 
Reason: The Year End estimates are based upon overall measures of WPI and CPI
Which among the following options is correct?
7).
Consider the following statements: 
  1. Disinvestment essentially results in Privatization
  2. Privatization essentially results in transfer of assets 
Which among the above statements is/ are correct?
8).
Consider the following statements in context with ‘Indian Venture Capital Undertaking’: 
  1. The shares of ‘Indian Venture Capital Undertaking’ essentially are listed in recognized stock exchanges of India
  2. ‘Indian Venture Capital Undertaking’ can engage in all of the production, manufacture and services related activities 
Which among the above statements is/ are correct?
9).
"Internet escrow ” is a term most commonly related to which of the following?
10).
Which among the following is the essential character of the ADSL Internet Connections?

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  • nakul sharma
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    sir , great job
    kudos to you
    icing on the cake would be some explanation of the answer or concept involved.

  • Anonymous
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    Answered 11 correctly….

  • Anonymous
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    sir give some more socio economioc questioms

  • revathi
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    good but want explanation also

  • maggie
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    Question 7

    Disinvestment essentially results in privatisation- why is this statement not correct?