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Q.1 Which of the following was not the real reason for increasing concern of city dwellers for providing houses to the poor ?
(a) Philanthropic reason for helping thepoor.
(b) Small room occupied by the poor were a serious threat to public health.
(c) Fear of widespread social disorder.
(d) Worry about fire hazard created by poor housing.
Q.2 The Vernacular Press Act was passed in –
a) 1778 b) 1878 c) 1978 d) 1887
Q.3 Which of the following is not an example of replenishable resource –
a) forest b) minerals c) Fauna d) underground water
Q.4 Religion can never be separated from politics“. Who said these words?
(a) Jotiba Phule (b) Mahatma Gandhi
(c) Dr. B.R. Ambedkar (d) Jawaharlal Nehru
Q.5 Identify the country which falls in the category of ‘holding together federation’?
(a) USA (b) Australia (c) Switzerland (d) India
Q.6 Community Government in Belgium is elected by :
(a) a religious community (b) an ethnic group
(c) people belonging to one language community (d) a rural community
Q.7 Why do some people oppose dams ?
(a) Low compensation (b) Disruption of life and submerging lands
(c) Benefits are not many (d) All of the above
Q.8 Which economic sector had the highest share in GDP in 2003 among the following?
(a) Mining (b)Agriculture (c) Industrial (d) Service
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