100 Important MCQs of Rural Development Class 12 (Indian Economic Development)

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Looking for Important MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions) of Rural Development Chapter of Indian Economic Development Book Class 12 CBSE, ISC, UPSC and other state Board.

We have made a list of the Most important MCQs of the Rural Development chapter of economics class 12.

Multiple Choice Questions of Rural Development Chapter of Indian Economy Class 12

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The Problem faced in rural banking are:

a) Insufficient rural credit
b) Growing overdue
c) Inadequate amount of sanction
d) All of these

Ans – d)

The Scheme of “Micro Finance” is entended through

a) Self Help groups
b) Land Development Banks
d) Regional Rural Banks

Ans – a)

Which one of the following is not a non-institutional source of credit?

a) Money-lenders
b) Co-operative credit
c) Traders and commission agents
d) Land Development Bank

Ans – b), d)

Why is the minimum support price fixed by the government?

a) For government own benefit
b) To safeguard the interest of farmers
c) To safeguard the interest of consumers
d) None of these

Ans – b)

Which of the following is an institutional source of rural credit?

a) Co-operative Credit
b) Land Development Banks
d) All of the above

Ans – d)

Agriculture marketing does not comprise of

a) Transportation of the produce to the marketplace for sale
b) Grading of the produce according to the quality
c) Storage of the produce for sale in future
d) Credit took to meet expenditure on agriculture

Ans – d)

Distress sale by the farmers refer to:

a) Sale of rotten crop
b) Sale of the crop through commission agents
c) Sale of the crop at the MSP fixed by the government
d) Sale of the crop at a very poor price

Ans – d)

_________is the apex body which coordinates the functioning of different financial
institutions working for the expansion of rural credit.

b) Self Help Groups
c) Regional Rural Banks
d) Commercial Banks

Ans – a)

The government established the institutional sources of finance:

a) To Provide adequate credit to farmers at a cheaper interest rate
b) To assist small farmers in raising agricultural productivity and maximizing their
c) To earn profits
d) All of these

Ans – a)

Name the state which is held as a success story in the efficient implementation of milk cooperatives.

a) Maharashtra
b) Jammu and Kashmir
c) Gujrat
d) Andhra Pradesh

Ans – c)

Which of the following is a non-farm area of employment?

a) Livestock farming
b) Horticulture
c) Fisheries
d) All of the above

Ans – d)

White Revolution is associated with:

a) Horticulture
b) Fisheries
c) Dairying
d) Animal Husbandry

Ans – c)

Organic Farming is beneficial because:

a) It generates income through international exports
b) It makes use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides
c) It is produced in an environmentally sustainable way
d) All of these

Ans – a, c))

The period between_____________is known as ‘Golden Revolution Period’

a) 1991-2001
b) 1991-2003
c) 1993-2001
d) 1990-2003

Ans – b)

Which of the following is not a benefit of organic farming? (Choose the correct alternative).

a) Cheaper Inputs
b) Attractive Returns in Investment
c) Greater import possibilities
d) Higher Nutritional Value

Ans – c)

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