Q 1. Which of the following types of activities are covered in the secondary sector?
Q2. Manufacturing sector is associated with:
Q 3. Primary sector is related to:
Q 4. Who carries economic activities?
Q5…..... sector comprises of activities that are undertaken by directly using natural resources.
Q 6. ......... sector covers activities in which raw material is converted into finished goods.
Q7. Which sector is also called the agricultural and allied sector?
Q8. Example of tertiary sector is:
Q9. At initial stages of Sectors of the India Economy,.. sector is of utmost importance.
Q10. Production in secondary sector has increased more than times over the years.
Q11. Production of a commodity mostly through the natural process is an activity in .............. sector,
Q12. Which sector of economy is the largest employer?
Q13. Animal Husbandry is a part of:
Q14. Which of the following is not an example of tertiary sector? a. Banking b. Transport c. Trade d. Forestry
Q15. Which among the following activities is not related to primary sector?
Q16. ATM is an example of:
Q17. Which among the following workers are not very productive In tertiary sector?
Q18. All economic activities that directly involve conversion of natural resources are classified under:
Q 19. The secondary sector is also known as ............... sector as this sector produces useful items from natural products.
Q21. Converting iron is a part of:
Q22. In the last 100 years, the sector gaining prominance is:
Q23. In India............ Sector is largest employer while ........... Sector is largest income generator.
Q 24. Information and Technology is a part of:
Q 25. When we produce a good by exploiting natural resources, it is an activity of the ................... sector.
Q 26......covers activities in which natural products are changed into other forms through ways of Manufacturing.
Q27. These activities, by themselves do not produce a goods but they are an aid or a support for the production process.
Q 28. Banking is a ……….activity:
Q 29. Making a car is a……….activity.
Q30. All the basic services like transport, banks, insurance etc. are under………sector.
Q 31. What are the groups of classification of an economy called?
Q 32. When we produce a good by exploiting natural resource, it is called:
Q 33. Which activities come under the agriculture and related sectors?
Q 34. What is the secondary sector?
Q 35. Using sugarcane as raw material, we make sugar or gur, under what sector does this activity come?
Q 36. Those activities, by themselves, do not produce a good but they are an aid or support for the production process, are called:
Q37.................. gradually became the most important in total production and employment.
Q 38. Which one is a primary occupation?
Q39: Give an example of an intermediate good.
Q 40. It has been noted from the histories of many, now developed, countries that at initial stages of Sectors of the India Economy, ........ sector was the most important sector of economic activity.
Q 41. As the methods of farming changed and the agriculture sector began to prosper, most of the goods produced were.................. from the primary sector and most people were also employed in this sector.
Q42. Why did the Secondary sector later become the most important sector?
Q43. In developed countries, the ...................... sector has become the most important in terms of total production.
Q44. Which sector has grown the most over forty years?
Q.45. Which of these can be considered as basic services?
Q46. Which of the following activities does not belong to the primary sector?
Q47. Life insurance is an activity of the:
Q 48. Which sector has emerged as the largest producing sector in India. Select one from the following alternatives.
Q49. Agriculture, dairy farming are activities belonging to which of the following sectors?
Q50. Which one of the following economic activities is not in the tertiary sector?