Indian Economy MCQ-201

Indian Economy MCQ test for UPSC, WBPSC, CDS, CivilsPrelims, NDA, RRB, TET, HaryanaPSC Exams

Consider the following statements:
The National Agricultural Policy of 2000 in India aims at
I. a growth rate of 6 per cent per annum in agriculture
II. growth with equity
III. supply driven growth rate
IV. demand driven growth rate

Which of the statements given above are correct?


Cotton textile industry, although widespread, at present has traces of concentration in


Durgapur, Bhilai and Rourkela plants were set up during which Plan?


Which of the following commodities earns the maximum foreign exchange for India?


During the last four years, the growth of the non-agricultural sector has been


Economic development has been retarded in India mainly due to


Economic development has been retarded mainly due to


Exports are divided into a number of categories namely


For administration of the cent per cent export-oriented units, Special Economic Zones have been created, each under the charge of a Development Commissioner,
The number of such zones at present is


For the performance of its refinancing function, the NABARD has taken over


For the purpose of rehabilitation, industrial sickness can be classified as


For which of the following is the largest area (in acres) used in India?


For which of the following purposes are long-term loans given in agriculture?


From the balance sheet of a company, it is possible to


From which year did the Trade Fair Authority of India set up as a government company, start functioning?


How many major ports are located along the 7516 .6 km long coastline of India?


IBRD aims at


Imports into a country generate income for


In India the public sector is the most dominant in


In India, iron and steel industry made its beginning in 1870 The first factory was set up at


In India, the largest number of workers are employed in the


In India, the length of major rivers navigable by mechanized crafts is approximately


In India’s exports, the largest share today is from


In the production of sugar, India’s position in the world is


In which of the following states vast deposits of coal of Gondwana formations do not exist?