Plus One Economics Model Question Paper 3

Kerala Plus One Economics Model Question Paper 3

Time Allowed: 2 hours
Cool off time: 15 Minutes
Maximum Marks: 60

Answer all questions from question numbers 1 to 6. Each carry one score.

State whether the following statement is true or false. (Q. 1 to Q. 3)
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Question 1.
In India, inflation is calculated by using the wholesale price index.
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Question 2.
SHG for Social Health Group

Question 3.
More than half of the workforce in India belongs to regular salaried employees.
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Question 4.
Find the odd one out
height,weight ,honesty,price,income.
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Question 5.
Find out the odd one Growth, Modernization, Equity, Exports
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Question 6.
Match column B with column A
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Answer questions from question numbers 7 to 11. Each carries two scores.
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Question 7.
Name some modem industries which were in operation in our country at the of indepen­dence.
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Question 8.
Give two ways of converting government companies into private companies
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Question 9.
The activities of Kudumbasree limits in your locality plays an important role in the empowerment of women. How far it will promote the empowerment of women in your own view?
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Question 10.
Critically evaluate the shortcomings of the industrial policy pursued by the colonial administrators.
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Question 11.
You are asked to study, the problems faced by the rubber cultivators in Kerala. List out the important steps for preparing this project.
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Answer any six questions from question numbers 12 to 18.Each carries three scores
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Question 12.
Identify the various favorable conditions prevailing in India which make outsourcing possible.
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Question 13.
Write three techniques for studying corre­lation.
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Question 14.
Calculate the simple aggregative price index for the commodities given below.
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Question 15.
China’s rapid industrial growth can be traced back to its reforms in 1978. Do you agree? Elucidate.
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Question 16.
Which of the following errors is more serious and why?

Question 17.
Complete the parts of the statistical table given below.
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Question 18.
The following table gives the daily income of ten workers in a factor. Find the arithmetic mean.
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Answer any four questions from question numbers 19 to 23. Each carries four scores.
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Question 19.
Critically evaluate the poverty alleviation programmes implemented in India
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Question 20.
Draw a flow chart with different types of sampling
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Question 21.
The following table shows the ages of the patients admitted to a hospital during a year.
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Find the median age
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Question 22.
How do the following factors contribute to the environmental crisis in India?
a. Global warming and ozone depletion
b. Reduction of forest coverage
c. Rising population
d. Air and water pollution
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Question 23.
Group the following features pertaining to the economies of India, China, and Pakistan. (One-child norm, very high fertility rate, commune system, high density of population, economic reforms in 1988, economic reforms in 1991).
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Answer any two questions from question numbers 24 to 26. Each carries five scores.
Question 24.
“Many developed countries were finding it difficult to maintain the growth rate of even 5%. China was able to maintain nears double­digit growth for more than two decades.” Can you point out the main strategies adopted by China to attain this?
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Question 25.
The marks secured by 60 students in an examination are given below.
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Question 26.
Mark obtained by 50 students in an examination are given below. Write the frequency distribution of these marks.
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8,25,14,7,33,61,78,54,81,27,21,1867,58 55,21,90,74,53,38,42 ,63,7119,20,28,3741 ,85,29,64,79,88,97,19,21,41,77,59,69 52 ,44,75,81,2791,98,39,86,19

Answer any two questions from question numbers 27 to 29. Each carries eight scores.
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Question 27.
Krishna is a research student at Cochin University. He is doing research on poverty among slum dwellers. He conducted a pre­test before the actual survey begins. Mention the advantages of conducting such a survey.
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Question 28.
To check the quality of two brands of light bulbs, their life in burning hours was estimated as under for 100 bulbs of each brand.
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1. Which brand gives higher life?
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Question 29.
During the colonial period, industrial progress of India economy was very slow. Give reasons for supporting this statement.
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Answer

Answer 1.
True
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Answer 2.
False
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Answer 3.
False
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Answer 4.
Honest
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Answer 5.
Exports. Others are objectives of 5 years
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Answer 6.
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Answer 7.
Cotton textile, Cement Industries, Jute textile, Sugar industries, paper industries.
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Answer 8.
1. Disinvestment sales of public sector companies.
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2. Withdrawal of the govt from ownership and management of public sector companies.
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Answer 9.
Kudumbasree units help empowerment of women in the following manner.
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  1. Self-employment
  2. Microfinancing
  3. Critical evaluation
  4. Rural poverty eradication

Answer 10.
1. Capital goods industry was absent
2. Indian handicraft industries perished

Answer 11.
Choice of the target group
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Answer 12.
Outsourcing is good for India. Because the outsourcing is generated the new employ­ment opportunities in the Indian economy contributed to GDP and has increased the foreign reserve in the country. This is one of the important outcomes of the globalisation process. In outsourcing, a company hires regular service from an external source. Mostly from other countries, which was previously provided internally or from within the country like legal advice, computeri$ervice, ad­vertisement, etc.
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Answer 13.
1. Scatter diagram
2. Karl Person Coefficient of correlation
3. Spearman’s rank correlation.
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Answer 14.
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Answer 15.
Yes, China’s rapid industrial growth can be traced back to its reforms in 1978. This is because reforms in agriculture and establish­ment of infrastructure in the areas of educa­tion and health, land reforms etc. had been taking place with introduced of reforms. In the initial phase, reformers were initiated in agriculture, foreign trade, and investment sec­tors. In the later phase, reforms were initi­ated in the industrial sector. Private sector firms and township and village enterprises were allowed to produce goods. The reform process also involves dual pricing. It was found that establishment of infrastructure in the area of education and health, land re­forms, long existence of decentralized plan­ing and existence of small enterprises had helped positively in improving the social and income indicators in the post-reform period.
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Answer 16.
Non-sampling errors are more serious than sampling errors because a sampling error can be minimised by taking a large sample. Even census can contain non-sampling errors.
Type of Non-sampling errors
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Answer 18.
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Answer 19.
Critical Assessment of Poverty Alleviation Programmes: Through the policy towards
poverty alleviation has evolved in a progressive manner but gone any radical transformation. Scholars state three major areas of concern which prevent the successful implementation of the programs they are
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1. Unequal distribution of land and other assets due to the benefits have been availed by the non-poor.
2. In comparison to the magnitude of poverty, the amount of resources allocated for these programmes is not sufficient.
3. These programs depend mainly on government and bank officials for their

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Answer 21.
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Answer 22.
The major greenhouse gases
a. Global warming the major greenhou­se gases (GHGs) consist of carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, wa­ter vapor and chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs). These gases allow sunlight to penetrate to the earth’s surface, yet prevent infrared radiant heat from escaping.
b. When forest cover is lost, runoff rap­idly flows into streams, elevating river levels and subjecting downstream vil­lages, cities, and agricultural fields to flooding, especially during the rainy season. During the dry season, such areas downstream of deforestation can be prone to months-long droug­hts which interrupt river navigation.
c. Rapid human population growth has a variety of consequences] Popula­tion grows fastest in the world’s poor­est countries. High fertility rates have historically been strongly correlated with poverty and high childhood mor­tality rates.
d. Air pollution has been linked to health problems like asthma and lung disea­se, as well as the deterioration of the ozone layer (which protects us from harmful UV rays) and the warming of the earth which may destroy the habi­tats of many animals.
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Answer 23.
Economy of India

  • The high density of population
  • Economic reforms in 1991
    Economy of China
  • One child form
  • Commune system
    Economy of Pakistan
  • The very high fertility rate
  • Economic reforms in 1988

Answer any two questions from question numbers 24 to 26. Each carries five scores.

Answer 24.
Since 1978, China began to introduce many reforms in phases the reforms were initiated in agriculture foreign trade and investment sector. In agriculture, lands were divided in two small plots which were allocated to individual households, they were allowed to keep all income from the land after paying taxes. At this stage, enterprises owned by government, in India we call them public sector enterprises were made to face competition. In reform price was fixed in two ways,i.e, farmers and industrial units were required to buy and a sell fixed quantities of inputs and outputs on the basis of prices fixed by the government and the rest were purchase and 9old at a market prices Over the years, as production increased, the population of goods or inputs transacted in the market also increased. The goal of Chinese economic re­forms was to generate sufficient surplus to finance the modernization of the mainland Chinese economy. In order to attract for­eign investors, Special Economic Zones were setup.
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Answer 25.
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Answer 26.
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Answer 27.
Once the questionnaire is ready, it is advisable to conduct a try Out with a small group which is known as the pilot survey. Advantages of the pilot survey:
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Providing a preliminary idea about the survey.
Pre-testing of the questionnaire, so as to know the shortcomings and drawback of the questions.
Assessing the suitability of the questions, clarify the instructions, the performance of enumerators and the cost and time involved in the actual survey.
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Answer 28.
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Answer 29.
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