NTA-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Population Studies (Paper-II): Questions 116 - 120 of 417

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Question number: 116

» Introduction and Sources of Population Data » Vital Statistics » Civil Registration System in India - Sample Registration System in India(SRS)

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Which among the following states has achieved Maternal Mortality Ratio (MMR) =100 according to SRS Special Bulletin 2011 - 2013? (June)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Tamil Nadu

b.

Kerala

c.

Gujarat

d.

Maharashtra

Question number: 117

» Population Composition and Change » Sex-Ratio

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Which of the following factor does not affect overall sex –ratio of any population? (December)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Sex ratio at the time of conception.

b.

The sex-ratio of new born babies or sex ratio at birth.

c.

The sex ratio of deceased persons.

d.

The sex ratio of the net migration.

Question number: 118

» Population, Development and Environment » Concept of Development and Its Measures » Millennium Development Goals (MDG)

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Gender equality and women empowerment is emphasized in one of the ‘Millennium Development Goals” identify the goal from the following? (December)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Goal 2

b.

Goal 4

c.

Goal 1

d.

Goal 3

Question number: 119

» Method of Demographic and Population Analysis » Incidence and Prevalence

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Which of the following is the correct relationship between prevalence (P), Incidence rate (I) and Duration (D) of Disease? (December)

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Question number: 120

» Nuptiality and Fertility » Fertility » Basic Concepts and Terms Used in Study of Fertility

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We wish to compare fertility of two geographical areas where religious distribution is different. If it is assumed that fertility level of different religious groups may be different, then which of the following approach is correct? (June)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Fertility in two areas cannot be compared

b.

Calculate fertility in two geographical areas separately

c.

Standardize fertility by religious distribution

d.

Standardize fertility by age distribution

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