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1. Which of the following have the highest share in the distribution of credit to agriculture and allied sectors?


2. Consider the following statements:
1.MG NREGA is the first law internationally, that guarantees wage employment
2.MG NREGA act mandates 33% participation for women
3.Pronab Sen Committee has been constituted for developing an index for fixing Mahatma Gandhi NREGA wage rates and its periodic revisions.
Which among the above statements is/ are correct?


3. Not a single drop of honey leaks from the bee hive. Why?
1.The Honey is highly viscous
2.The surface tension of honey is high
3.The cells of Bee hive are very small
4.The cells of Bee hive are closed from both ends
Which among the above explain the given statement:


4. Consider the following:
1.Hydrofluorocarbons
2.Hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs)
3.Ammonia
4.Hydrogen
Which among the above are generally used in the Absorption refrigerators, used in warehouses?


5. Consider the following statements about the Antyodaya Anna Yojana (AAY):
1.The food grains included in this scheme are ONLY Rice and Wheat
2.Any BPL family is eligible to get 35 kg grains under AAY every month
3.Central Government bears all the costs including the Distribution Costs
Which among the above statements is/ are correct?



6. Which among the following country is the host to 17th South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) summit in November 2011?


7. Consider the following:
1.Minimum one protected mammal species of indigenous variety
2.Suitability for Research
3.Traditional tribal living
Which among the above is/ are the primary criteria to select a site for Biosphere Reserve in India?


8. Recently, the Government has decided to launch a Dam Rehabilitation and Improvement Project (DRIP) for rehabilitation of 223 Dams in the States of Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Orissa and Tamil Nadu with the assistance of which among the following bodies?


9. In which among the following states, Government had identified maximum number of Ecologically Sensitive Zones under the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986?


10. One of the economic laws says that as incomes increase, the proportion of starchy staples in the food basket declines relative to the share of more expensive sources of calories. Recent NSSO data showing a significant increase in the share of protein-rich items in total food expenditure, both in rural and urban areas of India do confirm this hypothesis. What this hypothesis is known as ?


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