Structure of Indian Economy - Indian Economy quiz 4

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Structure of Indian Economy - Indian Economy Online Quiz 4

Structure of Indian Economy - Indian Economy quiz 4 is a free online quiz challenge under Structure of Indian Economy - Indian Economy category. There are 248 free online quiz challenges available in Indian Economy category


Mixed economy means an economy where

How can we arrive at NNP from GNP in National Income accounting

During which decade did the population record a negative growth rate in India?

Consider the following 1. Equitable allocation of resources2.Generation of employment3. Universalisation of Public Distribution SystemWhich of the public services given above is/are major factor/facors which can bring 'inclusive growth' in our caountry?

Which of the following statements are correct?1. When marginal revenue is positive, total revenue increases with increase in output2. When marginal revenue is zero, total revenue is maximum3. When marginal revenue becomes negative, total revenue falls with increase in output.Select the correct answer using the codes given below

In 1980s, Indian economy was in the process of the Hindu rate of growth, Which one of the following is associated with the Hindu rate of growth?

Consider the following specific stages of demographic transition associated withe economic development1. Low birth rate with low death rate2. High birth rate with high death rate3. High birth rate with low death rateSelect the correct order of the above stages using the codes given below

Regarding Finance Commission consider following statement1. Finance commission is constituted by President under article 280 of the Constitution.2. It is set up every 5th Year.3. The Finance Commission Act, 1950 lays down the rules regarding qualification and disqualification of members of the commission, their appointment, term,eligibility and powers.4. It has 4 members and a chairmen5. It has all power of the Civil Court.Find the Correct one

Which of the following statements is/are false?1. Wage Boards are tripartite in nature with representatives form workers to employers.2. Except for the Wage Boards for Journalists and Non-Journalists, all the other wage boards are statutory in nature.3. Second National Commission on Labour has recommended against the utility of wage boards.Select the correct answer using the codes given below.

National product at factor cost is equal to

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