Saturday 18 April 2020

CBSE Class 10 - Economics - Chapter 1: Development (Q & A) Part-3 (#eduvictors)(#cbsenotes)(#class10SocialScience)

CBSE Class 10 - Economics - Chapter 1: Development (Q & A) Part-3

CBSE Class 10 - Economics - Chapter 1: Development (Q & A) Part-3 (#eduvictors)(#cbsenotes)(#class10SocialScience)

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-3 video covers questions and answers based on NCERT chapter of Economics - Development. Following questions are covered:

Question 1: How does industrial pollution degrade the environment? Explain three measures to control environmental degradation.

Question 2: Identify the different thrust areas of human development. Which one of them plays the most significant role in development?

Question 3: Do the two terms - economic growth and economic development mean the same thing?

Question 4: Describe briefly four steps taken by  the Indian government for raising the status of women at par with that of men.

Question 5: Explain two main reasons for the  need of environment friendly economic growth and also explain two suggestions to achieve them.

Question 6: Give some examples where factors other than income are important aspects of our lives.

Question 7: Give three example where an average is used for comparing situations.

Question 8: Suppose records show that the average income in a country has been increasing over a period of time. From this, can we conclude that all sections of the economy have become better? Illustrate your answer with an example.

Question 9: Question: Write a paragraph on your notion of what should India do, or achieve, to become a developed country?

Question 10: Question: Find out the present sources of energy that are used by the people of India. What could be the other possibilities fifty years from now?

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