External Correspondence Economic Development and Planning in India Previous Year Question Paper Year 2006 : IIIrd Year

SECTION ‘A’

Q. 1. Distinguish between a ‘Developing’ and a ‘Devel¬oped’ economy. Examine the salient features of India as a devel¬oping economy.
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Q. 2. Distinguish between balanced growth and unbal¬anced growth. What strategy would you recommend for a devel¬oping country like India ? Give reasons.
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Q. 3. Discuss the two-way relationship between popula¬tion growth and economic development with reference to the Indian Economy.
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Q. 4. What is the nature of unemployment problem in India? Briefly review the policy of the government to solve this problem.
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Q. 5. What are the main objectives of economic planning in India ? To what extent have they been realised ?
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SECTION ‘B’

Q. 6. Discuss the factors that are responsible for the low productivity in agriculture. What steps have been taken to im¬prove the productivity during the Five Year Plan ?
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Q. 7. Discuss the role played by small-scale and cottage industries in the economic development of India. What are the problems faced by these industries ?
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Q. 8. Describe the land reform measures undertaken by Indian Government after Independence. How far have these re¬forms contributed to agricultural growth ?
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Q. 9. Distinguish between ‘balance of trade’ and ‘balance of payments’. Briefly point out the main reasons for India’s ad¬verse balance of payments situations. What remedial measures have been undertaken by the Government in this regard ?
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Q. 10. Write short notes on any two of the following :
(i) Mechanization of Agriculture;
(ii) Industrial Development Bank of India;
(iii) Industrial Policy, 1991;
(iv) Economic Reforms in India.
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