Social Science Class-10 Economics: Sectors of the Indian Economy Question Bank Part – 4

55. In the last 100 years, the sector gaining prominence is

(a) secondary sector
(b) primary sector
(c) tertiary sector
(d) all of these

56. Information and Technology is a part of

(a) tertiary sector
(b) primary sector
(c) secondary sector
(d) all of these

57. The goods produced by exploiting natural resources come under the category of:

(a) Tertiary
(b) Secondary
(c) Primary

58. Transport, communication and banking come under:

(a) Secondary
(b) Tertiary
(c) Primary

59. Tertiary sector is larger in a:

(a) Developing country
(b) Developed country
(c) Underdeveloped country

60. Development in the primary and secondary sectors leads to the development of:

(a) Primary sector
(b) Secondary sector
(c) Tertiary sector

61. If some people are removed from agricultural activities without affecting its production, it is said that the sector is

(a) Underemployed
(b) Overemployed
(c) Unemployed

62. If the workers work less than their potential, it is said that they are:

(a) Underemployed
(b) Overemployed
(c) Unemployed

63. The workers in an organized sector enjoy:

(a) High salary
(b) Security of employment
(c) Less working hours

64. Which of the following is not an example of the tertiary sector?

(a) Banking
(b) Transport
(c) Trade
(d) Forestry

65. Which among the following is a feature of the unorganized sector?

(a) Fixed number of work hours
(b) Paid holidays
(c) Employment is insecure
(d) Registered with the government

66. Which of the following activities is not related to the primary sector?

(a) Fishing
(b) Natural gas extraction
(c) Making of sugar
(d) Mining

67. Which among the following workers are not very productive in tertiary sector?

(a) Educated and trained professionals
(b) Repair persons and daily wage earners
(c) People in defense services
(d) People working in health centers and hospitals

68. Places of work that follow rules and regulations are termed as

(a) organized sector
(b) unorganized sector
(c) tertiary sector
(d) secondary sector

69. All economic activities that directly involve conversion of natural resources are classified under

(a) secondary sector
(b) primary sector
(c) tertiary sector
(d) government sector

70. The sector in which the productive units are owned, maintained, and managed by the government

(a) organized sector
(b) primary sector
(c) public sector
(d) industrial sector

71. The sum total of production of all goods and services in the three sectors are combined.

(a) NDP
(b) NI
(c) GNI
(d) GDP



55. (c)
56. (a)
57. (b)
58. (b)
59. (b)
60. (c)
61. (b)
62. (a)
63. (b)
64. (d)
65. (c)
66. (c)
67. (b)
68. (a)
69. (a)
70. (c)
71. (d)


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