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Question 8661

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National Perspective Plan for Inter Basin Water transfer (NPP) include following point’s. Choose, which is incorrect.

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Choice (4)Response
a.Infrastructure development
b.Education & Development for women and children
c.Development of fisheries
d.Employment generation

Question 8662

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What are the role of women in Water Conservation and Irrigation.

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Choice (4)Response
a.Women are 48.5 % of general population with agriculture as largest employer.
b.Less than 35 % women formally as primary worker in agriculture.
c.75 % women work in rural areas in agriculture.
d.All a. , b. and c. are correct

Question 8663

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Which one of these is incorrect for the roles of MSME in India?

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a.Bring socio-economic transformation
b.MSME likely to touch $2 trillion economy by 2022
c.MSME have highest rate of employment growth
d.94 % MSME are unregistered with many in informal and unorganized sector.

Question 8664

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UNESCO has included ________ city in Categories of Creative Cities?

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Choice (4)Response
a.Kolkata
b.Banglore
c.Chennai
d.Hyderabad

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Which of the following is true statement for Renewable Purchase Obligation (RPO)?

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a.It provides input to state and central agencies in updating their resources, procedures, and plans.
b.Improve the early warning and response against a high-intensity tsunami.
c.It is mechanism by which the State Electricity Regulatory Commissions are obliged to purchase a certain percentage of power from renewable energy sources.
d.It provides contract between party which generates electricity (the seller) and the buyer which in India are the state electricity boards.