Which of the following socio-economic factors tend to keep low productivity in Indian Agriculture?
I. Land Ceilings
II. Rainfed areas
III. Rural Industrialisation
IV. Sub-division and fragmentation of land holdings
Answer : D. I and IV
Which of the following socio-economic factors tend to keep birth rate in india at a high level?
II. Joint family system
IV. Universality of marriage
Answer : C. I,II and IV
Which one of the following is NOT an example of economic overheads?
Answer : A. Coal Mines