Test: Human Capital Formation In India - 2


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QUESTION: 1

AICTE stands for

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All India Council for Technical Education was established in 1945 by Government of India. The organization was set up to conduct survey on facilities on technical education and to promote and develop technical education in the country. AICTE covers program of technical education including training and research in Engineering, Technology, Architecture, Town Planning, Management, Pharmacy, Applied Arts and Crafts, Hotel Management and Catering Technology etc. at different levels. 

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Human capital can be increased by incurring expenditure on

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Human capital include human beings. And healthy human can work properly. So Improved of health is only concept in all these that is realeted with human capital.

QUESTION: 3

Human capital is investment that brings

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QUESTION: 4

Role of human capital formation in economic growth

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Human capital refers to the knowledge, skill sets, and experience that workers have in an economy. The skills provide economic value since a knowledgeable workforce can lead to increased productivity. Economic growth is an increase in an economy's ability, compared to past periods, to produce goods and services.
Human capital is positively correlated to economic growth since investment tends to boost productivity. The process of educating a workforce is a type of investment.

QUESTION: 5

By 2005 , 1% of the world population in the age group 15-49 has been affected by

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QUESTION: 6

Stocks/shares of the companies are

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QUESTION: 7

____ and ____ are the twin pillars on which rests the edifice of social sector reforms

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QUESTION: 8

Following are the educationally backward states except

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QUESTION: 9

Physical capital refers to

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QUESTION: 10

Literate refers to

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QUESTION: 11

NCERT was established in

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QUESTION: 12

People of which age group are treated as productive labour force

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QUESTION: 13

According to India Vision report 2020, _____ percent literate India is paramount importance to realise the vision for the country in 2020

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QUESTION: 14

A person becomes a human resource when he/she

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Human resources are used to describe the people who work. They are resource to an organization or a business or is providing some kind of work or service by working, which will provide that business output and make effective and efficient.
A person only becomes human resource when he/she is willing to work, Is able to work and Belongs to particular age group.

QUESTION: 15

Following states have high literacy rate except

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QUESTION: 16

The movement started by national literacy mission is

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QUESTION: 17

Planning commission prepared a report regarding education over the next two decades named:

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QUESTION: 18

It controls and guides higher education

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QUESTION: 19

ICMR regulate the

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QUESTION: 20

To provide the educational facilities to the children of transferable central government employees _____ were established

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