Saturday 1 February 2020

Class 10 - Economics - Development (Q & A ) Part-2 (#class10Economics)(#cbse)(#eduvictors)

Class 10 - Economics - Development (Q & A ) Part-2

Class 10 - Economics - Development (Q & A ) Part-2 (#class10Economics)(#cbse)(#eduvictors)

Economic development refers to a sustained increase in the income of the people of a region that promotes economic welfare by reducing poverty of inequalities of income and wealth.

Based on CBSE syllabus for Class 10, The part-2 video covers questions and answers based on NCERT chapter of Economics - Development. 

Following questions are covered:

Question 1: Question: Why do different persons have different notions of development?
Which of the following explanations is more important and why?
(a) Because people are different.
(b) Because the life situations of persons are different.

Question 2: Do the following statements mean the same? Justify your answer.
 (a) People have different developmental goals. 
 (b) People have conflicting developmental

Question 3: What do you mean by infant mortality rate?

Question 4: What do you mean by Literacy rate?

Question 5: What do you mean by Net Attendance ratio (NAR)?

Question 6: What do you mean by Life Expectancy?

Question 7: Besides the size of per capita income, which another property of income is important in comparing two or more societies?

Question 8: Define Sustainable Development.

Question 9: Why is the issue of sustainability important for development?

Question 10: What is Human Development Index (HDI)?

Question 11: Among Punjab, Kerela and Bihar, which one has the lowest infant mortality rate?

Question 12: How can development be sustained in an economy? Give an example with reference to the use of resources?

Question 13: Why is per capita income of different countries calculated in dollars and not in their own currencies by the World Bank?

Question 14: Kerela, with low per capita, has better human development ranking than Punjab. Hence per capita income is not a useful criterion at all and should not be used to compare states. Do you agree?

Question 15: In what respects is the criterion used by UNDP for measuring development different from the one used by the World Bank?

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(Typo in Question 2:  Read 'folloiwing' as 'following' )

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