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Current Affairs quiz for Socio Economic Questions for April 2011

Business GK April 2011 | Socio Economic Questions for April 2011

1. As per Census 2011 Statistics, India's population in 2011

stands at-

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

2. During 2001-11, India's population shows an increase of-

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

3. During 1991-2001, India's population had population growth of

21·65% which during 2001-11

became--

(A) 16·62% (B) 17·64% (C) 18·62% (D) 20·61%

4. As per Census 2011, which of the two States have been ranked first

and second most populous

states?

1·20 billion

1·21 billion

1·22 billion

1·25 billion

181 million

183 million

184 million

186 million

(A)

V.P. and Bihar

(B)

Bihar and V.P.

(C)

Maharashtra and Bihar

(D)

UP. and Maharashtra

5. Which of the State in India shows the lowest population as per

Census 2011 ?

(A)

(B)

Tripura

(C)

(D)

6. Sex-ratio in India as per Census 2011 has gone up from 933 (Census 2001) to

(A) 936 (B) 938 (C) 940 (D) 942

Sikkim

Puducherry

Manipur

7. In world's population, India and China now hold, population shares of

(A)

16·5% and 17·4% respectively

(B)

17·5% and 20·2% respectively

(C)

17·5% and 19·4% respectively

(D)

18·2% and 19·4% respectively

8. Population density in India as per Census 2001 and Census 2011 stand at-

(A)

325 and 378 per sq km respectively

(B)

325 and 382 per sq km respectively

(C)

323 and 382 per sq km respectively

(D)

333 and 392 per sq km respectively

9. During 2001-11, male and female population growth stood at-

(A) 17·2% and 18·1% respectively (B) 18·1% and 17·2% respectively (C)

16·3% and 18·1% respectively (D) 17·2% and 17·6% respectively

10. Child sex-ratio (age group 0-6) which was 927 females / 1000 males

in 2001 became .

females/l000 males in 2011.

(A)

912 (B) 913 (C) 914 (D) 915

11.

The States Union Territories showing highest and lowest sexratio

in Census 2011 are-

(A) Puducherry and Daman & Diu (B) Kerala and Daman & Diu (C) Kerala

and Dadra & Nagar Haveli

(D)

Puducherry and Dadra & Nagar Haveli

12.

Literacy rate in India shows an improvement in Census 2011 which

rose from 64·83% (Census 2011) to-

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(A)

68·6% (B) 70·8% (C) 72-3% (D) 74·1%

13.

Which of the following decade registered highest growth rate in India?

(A)

1961-71 (B) 1971-81 (C) 1991-2001 (D) 2001-11

14.

As per the Forbes' annual list of the world's top billionaires

2011, which of the following Indian billionaires got the highest rank

among Indians?

(A)

Mukesh Ambani (B) Laxmi N. Mittal (C) Azim Premji (D) Gautam Adani

15.

Government has introduced a Bill in Parliament for a new Goods and

Service Tax (CST). It is Cons ti tu tion Amendment Bill.

(A)

113th (B) 114th (C) 115th D) 116th

16.

Government has constituted a Financial Sector Legislative Reforms

Commission (FSLRC) on March 24, 2011 under the Chairmanship of-

(A)

D. Swaroop (B) M. Govind Rao (C) B. N. Shrikrishna (D) C. Rangrajan

17.

The new Chairman of FlC is

(A)

R. V. Kanoria (B) Harsh C. Meriwala (C) Rajan Bharti Mittal (D)

None of the above

18. Asian Development Bank has modified its earlier India's GDP

growth projection for 2011-12 from 8·7% to-

(A)

8·2% (B) 8.5% (C) 9·0% (D) 9.2 %

19.

As per third advance estimates of foodgrains for the year 2010-11,

the total foodgrains production stood at-

(A)

231·86 MT (B) 234·47 MT (C) 235·88 MT (D) 238·55 MT

20.

After ONGC, OIC, NTPC and SAIL, which of the following 'Navratna'

PSU has been awarded 'Maharatna' status?

(A) BHEL (B) Coal India Ltd. (C) HAL (D) GAIL

Answers: 1. (B) 2. (A) 3. (B) 4. (D) 5. (A) 6. (C) 7. (C) 8. (8) 9.

(A)

10. (C) 11. (8) 12. (D) 13. (A) 14. (B) 15. (C) 16. (C) 17. (8)

18.

(A) 19. (C) 20. (B)

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