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CBSE Notes 2011-2012 » Poverty as a Challenge - Class 9 Social Science MCQs (Free Practice Test)

# Poverty as a Challenge - Class 9 Social Science MCQs (Free Practice Test)

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Question :

For the year 2000, the poverty line for a person in urban areas in India was fixed at

 Rs. 454 per month Rs. 500 per month Rs. 328 per month Rs. 1640 per month

Question :

The calorie requirement is higher in rural areas because [CBSE CCE 2010]

 they do not enjoy as much as people in urban areas food items are expensive they are unemployed people are engaged in more physical labour Important Questions

Question :

There is inequality of income within a family. Persons who are poorest of the poor in the family are ____________ .
(i) Women
(ii) Gir l
(iii) Children
(iv) Old people

 (i)and(ii) (i)and(iii) All (i),(ii)and(iv) All are irrelevant.

Question :

Poverty as defined by World Bank implies living below [CBSE CCE 2010]

 \$I per day \$100 per month \$10 per day \$100 per day

Question :

The accepted average calorie requirement per person in urban areas in India is

 2200 calories 2000 calories 2300 calories 2100 calories

Question :

For making comparisons between developing countries, which uniform standard (per person per day) for the poverty line is used in terms of minimum availability ?

 \$1 \$2 \$3 \$5

Question :

Which of the following is not included in urban poor ? (i) casual labourers (ii) rickshaw pullers (iii) vendors (iv) domestic servants [CBSE CCE 2010]

 only (i) All the above only (iv) None of the above

Question :

For the year 2000, the poverty line for a person in rural areas in India was fixed at [CBSE CCE 2010]

 Rs 454 per month Rs 500 per month Rs 328 per month Rs 1640 per month

Question :

Which of the following Indian state has maximum number of people live below poverty line ?