• 1.  The sectors are classified into public and private sector on the basis of :

  • Employment conditions
  • The nature of economic activities
  • Number of workers employed
  • Ownership of enterprises3
  • 2.  When we produce a good by exploiting natural resources, it is an activity of the:

  • Secondary sector
  • Tertiary sector
  • Primary sector
  • Organised sector
  • 3.  The service sector includes activities such as:

  • agriculture, dairy, fishing and forestry
  • making sugar, gur and bricks
  • transport, communication and banking
  • None of these
  • 4.  Choose the correct meaning of organised sector:

  • It covers those enterprises where the terms of employment are regular.
  • It is outside the control of the government.
  • Jobs are not regular.
  • It provides low salaries.
  • 5.  Which of the following is included in tertiary sector?

  • ATM booths
  • Call centres
  • Internet cafe
  • All of them
  • 6.  Government owns most of the assets and provides all the services:

  • Private Sector
  • Public Sector
  • Organised Sector
  • Tertiary Sector
  • 7.  The value of all final goods and services produced within a country during a particular year is called as:

  • Gross Domestic Product
  • Net Domestic Product
  • National Product
  • Production of Tertiary Sector
  • 8.  A situation in which more persons are employed on a job than are optimally required is:

  • Structural unemployment
  • Disguised unemployment
  • Cyclical unemployment
  • Seasonal unemployment
  • 9.  Out of 200 million children in the school going age group, how many are attending schools?

  • One-fourth
  • Half
  • Two-thirds
  • One-fifth
  • 10.  Central government in India made a law, implementing the Right to Work in how many districts of India?

  • 150 districts
  • 200 districts
  • 250 districts
  • 625 districts
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