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Assignment A

1 .Explain the meaning of commercialization of agriculture showing the change in the pattern of traditional agriculture?
2 .How has decline in handicrafts lead to progressive ruralisation of the Indian economy?
3 .Explain how the agrarian classes (landlords, peasants, labourers) were affected by various agrarian systems under the British rule?

 

 

Assignment B
Case Detail:
AS IT IS A HISTORICALLY BASED THEORY PAPER THERE IS NO CASE STUDY.
Give Answer following Questions
Please give your answer in at least 25 words and press save and continue button.
1. How does a famine lead to weakening of the economic condition of masses? Name the major famines and examine the death toll under it.

2. “Finance is the life – blood of an economy.” Elaborate the sentence in Indian context during the British rule.

 

 

 

Assignment C
Question No. 1
High Death rates and low birth rates are seen in which stage of demographic transition

Options

a) First
b) Second
c) Third
d) None of the above

 

Question No. 2
Traditional path of growth followed by developing economies is.

Options

a) Agriculture, Industry and then Service led growth
b) Agriculture, Serviceand then Industry led growth
c) Service, Agriculture and then, Industry led growth
d) Industry, Agriculture, and then Service led growth

 

Question No. 3
Share GDP from primary sector in overall GDP of India for 1950-51 was

Options

a) Over 50 percent
b) Over 40 percent
c) Under 50 percent
d) 50 percent

 

Question No. 4
Labour participation in agriculture sector declined from 73 percent in 1950-51 to

Options

a) Under 30 percent
b) Under 20 percent
c) Under 50 percent
d) None of the above.

 

Question No. 5
First trade union was formed in India in

Options

a) 1870
b) 1921
c) 1918
d) None of the above

 

Question No. 6
In 1934 India experienced

Options

a) Trade deficit
b) Trade surplus
c) Trade balance (exports=imports)
d) None of the above

 

Question No. 7
Home Charges were paid by______ to _________

Options

a) British to Indians
b) Indians to British
c) Poor India’s to Landlords
d) None of the above

 

Question No. 8
During 1950-51 agriculture contributed

Options

a) Under 30 percent of national income
b) Over 80 percent of national Income
c) Around 50 percent of national income
d) None of the above.

 

Question No. 9
The share of government sector in net domestic product for 1950-51 was:

Options

a) 6.9 percent
b) 7.6 percent
c) 9.0percent
d) None of the above

 

Question No. 10
Development of railways led to

Options

a) Dampening of economic growth
b) Price volatility
c) Development of ‘Social-Saving’ model
d) All the above.

 

Question No. 11
Railways was introduced in the Indian economy in

Options

a) 1843
b) 1850
c) 1853
d) None of the above

 

Question No. 12
Second phase of development in railways was during

Options

a) 1880-1915
b) 1886-1895
c) 1890-1945
d) None of the above

 

Question No. 13
First economist to put forward the concept of ‘social saving’ was

Options

a) Hurd
b) Maddison
c) Adam Smith
d) None the above.

 

Question No. 14
What kind of economy did India have in the pre British Era.

Options

a) Subsistence level
b) Mixed
c) Capitalist
d) Socialist

 

Question No. 15
Which business organization represented British interests in India?

Options

a) East India Company
b) Mackenzie and brothers
c) British royals
d) Indian group of industries

 

Question No. 16
Which continent traders dominated India in 14th and 15th century?

Options

a) America
b) Europe
c) Africa
d) Asia.

 

Question No. 17
Why were the towns more famous during the British rule?

Options

a) More employment opportunities
b) Pilgrimage
c) Seats of court and capital of province
d) All the above

 

Question No. 18
Identify the most important consequence of British interference in Indian economy?

Options

a) Loss of Trade
b) Decline of handicrafts
c) Increase of imports
d) Commercialization of agriculture

 

Question No. 19
When was the first jute mill set up in India.

Options

a) 1840s
b) 1850s
c) 1860s
d) 1870s

 

Question No. 20
Mention the causes of slow growth of private enterprise?

Options

a) Unimaginative private enterprise
b) Problem of capital and private enterprise
c) Private enterprise and the role of the government
d) Option a,b & c

 

Question No. 21
Name the major industries that initially started working in India

Options

a) Cotton textiles.
b) Heavy industries
c) Consumer goods industries.
d) a, b ,& c

 

Question No. 22
India is in which stage of demographic transition.

Options

a) First
b) Second
c) Third
d) Fourth

 

Question No. 23
Rapid population growth results in which of the following:

Options

a) Increased employment
b) Burden on infrastructure
c) Increased per capita income
d) Lower Cost of Production

 

Question No. 24
During 1921-1951 India experienced

Options

a) Steady Growth of population
b) Stagnant Growth of population
c) Rapid Growth of population
d) None of the above

 

Question No. 25
High Death rates and low birth rates are seen in which stage of demographic transition

Options

a) First
b) Second
c) Third
d) None of the above

 

Question No. 26
Traditional path of growth followed by developing economies is.

Options

a) Agriculture, Industry and then Service led growth
b) Agriculture, Serviceand then Industry led growth
c) Service, Agriculture and then, Industry led growth
d) Industry, Agriculture, and then Service led growth

 

Question No. 27
Share GDP from primary sector in overall GDP of India for 1950-51 was

Options

a) Over 50 percent
b) Over 40 percent
c) Under 50 percent
d) 50 percent

 

Question No. 28
Labour participation in agriculture sector declined from 73 percent in 1950-51 to

Options

a) Under 30 percent
b) Under 20 percent
c) Under 50 percent
d) None of the above.

 

Question No. 29
First trade union was formed in India in

Options

a) 1870
b) 1921
c) 1918
d) None of the above

 

Question No. 30
In 1934 India experienced

Options

a) Trade deficit
b) Trade surplus
c) Trade balance (exports=imports)
d) None of the above

 

Question No. 31 Marks - 10
Measurement of ………….uses national income accounting

Options
a) economic growth
b) economic development
c) both
d) none

 

Question No. 32 Marks - 10
………………... is no guarantee of escaping poverty

Options
a) employment
b) income
c) expense
d) all

 

Question No. 33 Marks - 10
Increases in employment without………... in productivity leads to a rise in the number of working poor,

Options
a) increases
b) decrease
c) fall
d) all

 

Question No. 34 Marks - 10
The ……………..cycle is made up of booms and drops in production that occur over a period of months or years.

Options
a) business
b) operating
c) cash
d) bicycle

 

Question No. 35 Marks - 10
……….is the study of the economic aspects of the development process in low-income countries

Options
a) economic growth
b) economic development
c) both
d) none

 

Question No. 36 Marks - 10
Measuring national income at ………. may overcome this problem at the risk of overvaluing basic goods and services, for example subsistence farming.

Options
a) GDP
b) ERP
c) IRP
d) PPP

 

Question No. 37 Marks - 10
Comparison of GDP from one country to another may be distorted by movements in …………………

Options
a) prices
b) costs
c) exchange rates
d) all

 

Question No. 38 Marks - 10
GDP takes ……..account of the inputs used to produce the output.

Options
a) a single
b) no
c) one
d) two

 

Question No. 39 Marks - 10
Measures of GDP typically ………... unpaid economic activity, most importantly domestic work

Options
a) forget
b) exclude
c) include
d) reject

 

Question No. 40 Marks - 10
Countries with higher GDP may be more likely to also score ………. on other measures of welfare, such as life expectancy

Options
a) high
b) low
c) one
d) zero

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