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  13/10/2014ECONOMIC SURVEY 2010-11 MCQs - IBPS Exams Portal ECONOMIC SURVEY 2010-11 MCQs  Posted by: Admin  in Banking Study Material, Economy Awareness  816 Views 1. According to the Economic survey 2010-11 what percentage growth was recorded by themanufacturing sector in 2010?a. 9.1% b. 8.6%c. 7.3% d. 8%  Answer: a 2. As per the economic Survey of India 2010-11, the production of food grains is estimated at over 232million tonnes with record production of which food crop? a. Rice b. Wheatc. Bajra d. Maize  Answer: b 3. What is the percentage growth of GDP predicted by The Economic Survey for the financial year 2010-11? a. 8.6% b. 8.3%c. 8.0%d. 9.1%  Answer: a 4. The Economic Survey estimated the Forex reserves of India at over 297 billion US dollars. The surgein Forex is attributed to growth in which of the following sector? a. Export sector b. Foreign Direct Investments c. Agricultural output d. Industrial output  Answer: a 5. Gross Fiscal Deficit stands at 4.8% of GDP. What was the percentage of Gross Fiscal Deficit in2010? a. 6.3%b. 5.8% c. 5.0% d. 7.1%  Answer: a 6. Agriculture is expected to grow by what percentage in 2010-11 as per the Economic Survey?a. 5.0% b. 5.1%c. 5.4% d. 5.5%  Answer: c 7. What percentage of GDP growth at market prices was estimated by the Economic Survey 2010-11? a. 9.0% b. 9.5%c. 9.7% d. 10.0%  Answer: c 8. Exports surged by what percentage in the period between April to December 2010? a. 25.0% CATEGORIES Select Category NEWS IN PICTURESARCHIVES October 2014September 2014 August 2014July 2014June 2014May 2014 April 2014March 2014February 2014October 2012September 2012 August 2012July 2012June 2012May 2012 April 2012March 2012February 2012January 2012December 2011November 2011 SUBSCRIBE US Subscribe to our email newsletter. 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For the manufacturing sector, the budget proposed reduction of basic customs duty on raw silk from30 to 5 per cent. 4. Concessional 10 per cent Excise Duty was also proposed for fuel cell or Hydrogen cell-technology-based vehicles.a. 1 & 3 b. Only 2c. Only 4 d. 3 & 4  Answer: b 11. In the Budget it was proposed to provide sum of money for implementation of vegetable initiative toset in motion a virtuous cycle of higher production and incomes for the farmers. What was the proposedamount? a. Rs 500 crore b. Rs 300 crore c. Rs 10000 crore d. Rs 650 crore  Answer: b 12. Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana was proposed to be being extended to the beneficiaries of which of thefollowing Union Government schemes? a. Mahatma Gandhi NREGA beneficiaries b. Beneficiaries of Swavlamban pension scheme c. Indira Gandhi National old Age Pension scheme beneficiaries d.Beneficiaries of Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana  Answer: a 13. Acknowledging the need for development of J&K and North-east, Mamata Banerjee introduced in theRailway Budget 2011 a number measures for these two regions. In which of the following North-easterncities did the budget propose to set up a diesel locomotive centre? a. Imphal b. Manipurc. Guwahati d. Tripura  Answer: b 14. Read the two statements with regard to the passenger benefit plans proposed in the Railway Budget2011. 1.The budget proposed extension of Train Management System to New Delhi, Bangalore, Secunderabad, Ahmedabad and Lucknow stations to provide information on running of trains. 2.Mamta Banerjee introduced a new concept of Smart Card – Go India for long distance travel by Indianrailways. Which of the two statements are true? a. Only 1 b. Only 2 c. Both 1 & 2 d. None of the above  Answer: c 15. According to Railway Budget 2011, railway card passes would be extended to the parents of theunmarried posthumous winners of which of the following Awards? 1. Param Vir Chakra 2. Bharat Ratna 3. Ashok Chakra gallantry award 4. Padma Shria. 1 & 2 b. 2 & 3 c. 1, 2 & 3 d. 1 & 3  Answer: d 16. Which of the following schemes proposed in the Railway Budget 2011 is/are not meant for RailwayEmployees? 1. Expansion of Liberalized Active Retirement Scheme for Guaranteed Employment 2. Railway Vidyalaya Prabandhan Board 3. Sukhi Griha Scheme 4. Pradhan Mantri Rail Vikas Yojanaa. 1 & 3  SUPPORT IBPSEXAMSPORTAL    13/10/2014ECONOMIC SURVEY 2010-11 MCQs - IBPS Exams Portal . c. 2 & 4 d. 1 & 4  Answer: b 17. The electrical energy requirement of railways is growing rapidly with the expansion of the railinfrastructure and traffic. Considering the rising demand the Ministry of Railways proposed to set up 700MW power plant at Thakurli in Maharashtra. The power plant is proposed to be based on what form of energy? a. gas-based b. coal-basedc. solar power d. nuclear energy based  Answer: a 18. Ministry of Railways proposed to extend Anti Collision Device (ACD) to which of the following Railwayzones in India? 1. Eastern zone 2. East Central3. North Eastern4. South Centrala. 1 & 4 b. 2 & 4c. 1 & 2 d. 1 & 3  Answer: c 19. With regard to the infrastructure development of Railways as proposed in Railway Budget 2011 whichstatement/statements is/are false? 1. The budget proposed to lay 40 new lines, covering 1075 km. 2. The Ministry has allocated Rs 5406 crore for doubling of 867 km of lines 3. A greater thrust was given to the expansion of the rail network with a larger allocation of Rs 9583 crfor new lines. 4. for gauge conversion over 1017 km. Rs 13820 crore was proposeda. Only 1 b. 1 & 2c. Only 4 d. 2 & 4  Answer: c 20. Read the two statements mentioned with regard to the budgetary allocations for addressingenvironmental concerns. 1. The budget proposed that the solar lantern used in far-flung villages will attract no duty from 10 percent charged earlier. 2. To provide green and clean transportation for the masses, National Mission for Hybrid and Electric Vehicles will be launched in the year 2011 in collaboration with all stakeholders. Which of them is true?a. Only 1 b. Only 2 c. Both 1 & 2 d. None of the above  Answer: b 21. To enhance credit worthiness of economically weaker sections and LIG households, a Mortgage Risk Guarantee Fund was announced to be created under which of the following scheme or Yojana? a. Rajiv Awas Yojana b. Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana c. Indira Awas Yojana d. Mahatama Gandhi NREGA   Answer: a 22. Read the following statements with regard to the allocation in the Educational sector as proposed byUnion Budget 2011-12. 1. For Sarva Siksha Abhiyan the allocation was increased by 40 percent to 21000 crore rupees. 2. All institutions of higher learning will be connected through optical fibers by March 2012. 3. 500 crore rupees was proposed to be provided for national skill development fund. 4. For the needy scheduled castes ad scheduled tribe candidates studying in class-IX and Xth pre-matricscholarship scheme was proposed to be introduced. Which of the above mentioned statements is not true? a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 & 4 d. 4  Answer: b 23. The Basic Customs Duty exemption was proposed to be extended to which of the following sectors? a. art and antiquities for exhibition or display in private art galleries b. Cinematographic film, factory-built ambulances c. syringes and needles d. agricultural machinery  Answer: a 24. What amount of money was allocated for Bharat Nirman?a. 1000 crore b. 58000 crore c. 55438 crore  13/10/2014ECONOMIC SURVEY 2010-11 MCQs - IBPS Exams Portal Tweet 0  0 Latest GK MCQs for IBPSClerk 2012-13  Oct 30, 2012 Must Read 150 Current AffairsMCQs 2012 for All Exams –Set 5  Oct 14, 2012 Current Awareness MCQs forBank & Other Exams 2012-13  Oct 10, 2012 d. 14362 crore  Answer: b 25. Which of the following statement/statements is/are true with reference to the Railway Budget 2011? 1. Railway Minister Mamata Banerjee proposed Annual Plan for the year 2011-12 at Rs 57630 cr whichis the highest ever plan investment by the railways in a single year. 2. Under the proposed Pradhan Mantri Rail Vikas Yojana the pending socially desirable lines would becompleted and other similar new line projects would also be taken up. 3. Mamata Banerjee declared 2010-11 as the Year of Green Energy. 4. 2 AC Double Decker Trains in the Jaipur-Delhi and Delhi-Ahmedabad routes were proposed. Choose Answers:a. 1,2 & 3 b. 1 & 4c. 2 & 3 d. 1 & 2  Answer: d RELATED ARTICLES 4 Like Share Previous: Current Awareness Multiple ChoiceModel Question 2011 – Part 3 « Next: CURRENT AFFAIRS 100 MCQs – Part 1 » LEAVE A REPLY  Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Name  * Email  * Website Post Comment
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