Law of Torts-Legal Aptitude


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Indian Economy - Economics

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1.The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India was established on________.

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25.In the current scenario agriculture sector employs:

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24.................. sector occupies central place in the economy

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23.The contribution of agriculture of India’s economy is

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22.................. sector is treated as the major source of savings

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21.Major percentage of working population of Indian is engaged in:

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20.Which one of the following is not true about the Indian economy?

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19.Indian economy is

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18.The term industrialization involves:

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17.Which one of the following is correct? Over the years

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16.Which of these is an objective of industrial policy?

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15.Which one of the following is the regulating authority for governing the insurance companies in India?

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14.Which of the following is an advantage of co-operative farming:

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13.Which of the following is a development issue in India?

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12.Mixed economy means an economy when

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11.In terms of agriculture which of these is the most developed state?

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10.In which of the following sector, disguised unemployment is observed?

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9.When was the first Industrial Policy Introduced:

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8.Previously India was:

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7.Purchase of equity shares in an Indian joint stock company by a foreigner constitute:

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6.Which one of the following is not true about the Indian Economy?

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5.What was the term of Twelfth Five Year Plan of India?

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4.What does RKVY stands for?

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3.________ is an investment made by a company or individual who as an entity in one country, in the form of controlling ownership in business interests in another country.

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2.When there is an excess of exports over imports, it is called_____.

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1.In which year The Industries (Development and Regulation) Act came into force?