General Awareness for various competitive examination
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1-Zamindari system was introduced by
2-Mahalwari system was in practice in
3-Composite Madras State.
3-The main feature of Socialist Economic system is
1-The interference of the state is less.
2- State ownership to a large extent.
3-the joint ownership of the private and public sectors.
4-The ownership of the individuals.
4-Which of the following is an Unearned income?
2-Income from property.
4-Money earned by hard work.
5- The major Kharif crop is-
6-The economic system in which public and private sectors exist is known as-
1-Capitalistic economic system.
2-Socialist Economic system.
3-Mixed Economic system.
4-None of the above.
7- One of the largest rice producing states is-
8-The literacy rate in India as per 2001 census was-
9-The index of modernization is-
1-The growing population in rural areas.
2-The staple population in rural areas.
3-The decrease in the number of cities.
4-The increase in the number of towns.
10-One of the largest Wheat producing states is-
11-Mahal Nobis Committee studied-
1-The low growth rate in agricultural production.
2-The trade balances of India.
3-The causes of poverty in India.
4-The personal income distribution in India.
12-Which of the following comes under unorganized sector?
4-Manufacture of Engineering Goods.
13-South-West Monsoon season in India is-
1-From October to December.
2-From January to May.
3-From June to September.
4-From March to June.
14-The percentage of the total India’s population depending on agricultural sector is-
15-The East India came to India for trade in-
1-In 18th century.
2-In the second half of 16th century.
3-In the early 16th century.
4-In the 15th century.
1- Lord Cornwallis.
3-State ownership to a large extent.
4-Income from property.
6-Mixed Economic system.
9-The increase in the number of towns.
11-The personal income distribution in India.
13-From June to September.
15-In the early 16th century.
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