NABARD Grade A Prelims 2020: NABARD Grade A prelims 2020 will be held on 25th February 2020. The Economic & Social Issues section will play a crucial role as out of 200, 40 questions will be asked from this section.
The economic & social issues will consist of topics related to Indian economy & issues related to society with special focus on rural India. Good Study source along with practice will help you to score more marks in this section. Economic & Social issues and Agriculture & Rural Development will be a game-changer as all the other sections are asked in almost all Banking & Insurance exams. Candidates who want to crack NABARD Grade A prelims 2020 should not ignore this section.
NABARD Grade A 2020 Online Test Series
To help you ace Economic & social issues section of NABARD Grade A prelims 2020, ADDA247 has made one-liner questions of NABARD Grade A Economic & Social issues. The one-liner questions are given below. More questions will be updated in due course.
Q1: Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) at was enacted in which year?
Q2: Name the scheme which was launched by Urban Development Ministry to preserve and rejuvenate the rich cultural heritage of the country.
ANSWER: National Heritage Development and Augmentation Yojna (HRIDAY).
Q3: The World Bank defines extreme poverty as living on less than $— per person per day.
ANSWER: 1.90 USD.
Q4: Name the Most populous district according to 2011 census.
ANSWER: Thane, Maharashtra.
Q5: Number of districts in India according to 2011 census.
Q6: With respect to Pradhan Mantri Jeevan Jyoti Bima Yojana, how much Life insurance cover is given with a premium of Rs. 330 per year.
ANSWER: 2 lakhs.
Q7: Blue Revolution is related to?
ANSWER: Integrated Development of Fisheries.
Q8: All kinds of birth control methods (conventional and modern) were encouraged in which “Five-year plan”.
ANSWER: Fourth Five-Year Plan.
Q9: Name the Chairman of NABARD.
ANSWER: Harsh Kumar Bhanwala.
Q10: The total of value added and depreciation of fixed capital is known as –
ANSWER: Gross value added (GVA) i.e. GVA = value added + depreciation.