Economics mcq

Economics miscellaneous questions

Question 31
Who was the head of the 10th Finance Commission?
A
Manmohan Singh
B
Vasant Sathe
C
Shiv Shankar
D
K. C. Pant
Question 31 Explanation: 
The Tenth Finance Commission of India was incorporated in the year 1995 consisting of Shri Krishna Chandra Pant as the Chairman.






Question 32
Lead Bank system was started on the recommendations of
A
Kelkar Committee
B
Raja Challaia Committee
C
Nariman Committee
D
Malhotra Committee
Question 33
Who among the following got Nobel Prize for Economics?
A
C.V.Raman
B
Mother Teressa
C
Amarthya Sen
D
Manmohan Sing






Question 34
After 1991, the Central Government implemented various far-reaching reforms in the area of taxation. This was based on the recommendations of the: [CDS 1999]
A
Wanchoo Committee
B
Rajah Chelliah Committee
C
Raj Committee
D
Narsimhan Committee
Question 35
Which of the following is not a method of estimating national income? [I. Tax & Central Excise 1991]
A
Value-added method
B
Income method
C
Expenditure method
D
Export-import method






Question 36
Grants or advances made by the House to enable the government to carry on until the voting of the demands for grants and passing of the General Appropriation Bill is called:
A
complementary budget
B
vote on account
C
supplementary budget
D
contingency budget
Question 37
Sector-wise, maximum employment in the public sector is in:
A
electricity, gas and water
B
community, social and personal services
C
finance, insurance and real estate
D
transport, storage and communication






Question 38
Which of the following state is the leading producer of Sand(Others)?
A
Karnataka
B
Andhra Pradesh
C
Tamil Nadu
D
Kerala
Question 39
Which of the following state is the leading producer of Gypsum?
A
Karnataka
B
Bihar
C
Rajasthan
D
Goa






Question 40
The aim of Intensive Agriculture Area Programme is
A
to eradicate poverty
B
to provide employment guarantee
C
to raise the standards of living
D
to develop the special harvests
There are 40 questions to complete.

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