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Economics - II - April/May 2009 Backlog 5YDC

Question Type Question  
Long Population growth is a retarding factor to economic development in India. Discuss
Long Define Poverty line and examine the inter-regional variations in the incidence of poverty in India.
Long Examine the major objectives of five year plans in India.
Long Agriculture received priority plans. Explain.
Long Critically examine the land reform measures taken up in India.
Long Explain the main principles of farm management and state the ways and means of adopting them successfully in Indian agriculture.
Long Evaluate the methods adopted for the recognition of private corporate sector in India.
Long What is meant by public, private and joint sector?
Long Evaluate the role of International corporations in the economic development of India.
Long Discuss the importance of export and import policy for economic development of a country.
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