Poverty Unemployment and Related Schemes

Poverty Unemployment and Related Schemes
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Poverty Unemployment and Related Schemes
1. In which year, UNO adopted a definition
of absolute poverty?
[UPPSC (Pre) 2017]
(a) 1994 (b) 1995 (c) 1996 (d) 1997
2. Absolute poverty means
[IAS (Pre) 2018]
(a) poverty in terms of absolute number
of people.
(b) poverty in terms of the basic minimum
calorie requirements.
(c) poverty in terms of the prevailing price
(d) poverty in terms of the absolute level
of unempolyment.
3. Which one among the following is the
type of poverty which compares the total
wealth of the poorest one-third of the
population with the total wealth of
richest 1% of the population?
(a) Absolute poverty
(b) Severe poverty
(c) Relative poverty
(d) Mass poverty
4. Which of the following person was the
first Indian to do study on poverty?
(a) Dadabhai Naoroji (b) BS Minhas
(c) Dendekar (d) PD Ojha
5. What is the benchmark of the calorie
intake for the rural person? [RRB 2018]
(a) 2100 (b) 2400 (c) 2800 (d) 3200
6. In India, poverty level is analysed on the
basis of
Poverty Unemployment and Related Schemes
(a) per capital income in different states.
(b) average income of the family.
(c) consumption in the family.
(d) number of slum in the country.
7. In India, poverty is defind on the
basis of [UPPSC (Pre) 2008]
(a) living standard of people.
(b) calorie intake.
(c) income of family.
(d) number of people in family.
8. In a given year in India, official
poverty lines are higher in some
states than in other because
(a) poverty rates vary from state to
(b) price levels vary from state to state.
(c) gross state product varies from
state to state.
(d) quality of public distribution varies
from state to state.
9. Consider the four poor states of
I. Arunachal Pradesh
II. Chhattisgarh
III. Bihar
IV. Jharkhand
List these states from most to least
poor using the codes given below.
(a) I, II, III, IV
(b) II, I, IV, III
(c) IV, III, II, I
(d) III, II, IV, I
10. Which committee proposed that the
consumption expenditure calculation
should be based on calorie
consumption as earlier?
(a) Tendulkar Committee
(b) Lakdawala Committee
(c) SR Hashim Committee
(d) Rangarajan Committee
11. Which of the following committees was set
up in India for identification of BPL families
in urban areas? [UPPSC (Pre) 2018]
(a) Tendulkar Committee
(b) Saxena Committee
(c) Lakdawala Committee
(d) Hashim Committee
12. Tendlukar Committee has estimated that
in India the percentage of the population
Below Poverty Line is
[UPPSC (Pre) 2012]
(a) 27.2 (b) 37.2 (c) 22.2 (d) 32.7
13. In which year Rangarajan Committee
has submitted its report on poverty?
[RRB 2018]
(a) 2009 (b) 2012 (c) 2014 (d) 2015
14. The standard of living in a country is
represented by its [SSC 2001]
(a) Poverty Ratio
(b) Per Capita Income
(c) National Income
(d) Unemployment Rate
15. According to Rangarajan Committee,
how much money has to be spent by
person in rural area, so that he/she do
not come below the poverty line?
[UPPSC (Pre) 2012]
(a) ` 32 (b) ` 40 (c) ` 45 (d) ` 72
16. In rural India, Per Capita Consumption is
` 32 and in urban area it is ` 47 per day,
this demarcation of the poverty line was
given by [CGPSC (Pre) 2017]
(a) SD Tendulkar Committee
(b) C Rangarajan Committee
(c) Montek Singh Ahluwalia Committee
(d) Yashwant Sinha Committee
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