CBSE Class 7 Geography - A Shirt in the Market

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CBSE Class 7 Geography - A Shirt in the Market

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Civ A Shirt in the Market


1.What are the ways to overcome the exploitation of poor?

(A) By forming cooperatives (B) By ensuring that laws are followed strictly

(C) Both '1' and '2' (D) None of them

2.Who makes huge profits in the markets?

(A) Foreign businessmen (B) Exporter (C) Workers (D) Merchants

3.What do you mean by a 'ginning mill'?

(A) A factory where grinding of wheat takes place.

(B) A factory where seeds are removed from cotton bolls.

(C) A factory where jute is prepared into final goods.

(D) None of them

4.What do we get when we deduct costs from earnings?

(A) Revenue (B) Marginal cost (C) Profit (D) Tax

5.How can exporters maximize their own profits and also supply the garments to foreign buyers

at a cheap price?

(A) By trying to cut the costs

(B) By getting the maximum work out of the workers at the lowest possible wages.

(C) Both '1' and '2'

(D) None of them

6.Which job(s) have the lowest wages?

(A) Thread cutting (B) Buttoning (C) Ironing and packaging (D) All of them

7.The merchant distributes work among the weavers based on the orders he had received for

cloth. The weavers get the yarn from the merchant and supply him cloth. What was/were the

advantage(s) to the weaver because of such an arrangement?

(A) The weavers do not have to spend their money on purchase of yarn.

(B) The problem of selling the finished cloth is taken care of.

(C) Both '1' and '2'

(D) None of them

8.What happens when a worker is employed on temporary basis?

(A) Workers are paid very high wages (B) Workers can be asked to leave once the

work is over

(C) Workers work for long hours (D) None of them

9.Which is the largest cloth market in the world?

(A) Erode's bi-weekly cloth market in Tamil Nadu (B) Palika Bazaar in Delhi

(C) Linking Road Market in Mumbai (D) None of them

10.What does the dependence of weavers on the merchants, both for raw material and markets


(A) That the merchants are indispensable for the weavers. (B) That the merchants have a

lot of power.

(C) That the merchants work for their own profits. (D) None of them

11.Which of the following is an example of 'putting-out system'?

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