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All of the above
Dairy farming
Manufacturing
Transport
Farming
Organization
Capital
Labour
Land
All of the above options
Harvesting
Manufacturing
Shop-keeping
Transport
All of the above
400
430
440
420
450
One
Four
Seven
Five
Two
None of these
Farmer Dala and Ramkali
Large farmers
Businessmen
Government
One-fifth
One-tenth
Half
One-forth
One-third
Two
Four
Five
Three
One
Human capital
Capital
Land
Labour
Organisation
Materials that can be used for many years
Materials that are either bought once a year
Materials that cannot be used every...
Yarn
Clay
Buildings
Machines
Both a and b
25%
40%
80%
50%
75%
Guintha
Meter
Bigha
Yards
Hectares
Bajra
Jowar
Sugarcane
Wheat
Both d and e
Plantation
Mixedfarming
Bothof these
Mixedcropping
Multiple cropping
By using fertilizers and pesticides
By modern farming methods
By multiple cropping
By using HYV seeds
All the above
500 yards
5000 hectares
2000 hectares
500 hectares
200 hectares
In 1990
In 1980
In 1970
In 1950
In 1960
Electric-run tube wells
Fertilizers
Harvesters
Pesticides
High yielding variety of seeds
None of these
Plenty of water
Pesticides
Chemical fertilizers
All of the above
Farmers of Delhi
Farmers of Haryana
Farmers of Uttar Pradesh
Farmers of Punjab
All the above
1000kg per ha
2200kg per ha
4200kg per ha
3200kg per ha
1300kg per ha
Using farmmachineries
Using fertilizers and pesticides
Better irrigationin fields
Using HYV seeds
All of the above
1000kg per ha
2200kg per ha
4200kg per ha
1300kg per ha
3200kg per ha
Use of farm machineries
Increase in yield of crops
Reduction of water-table
Loss of soil fertility
Both A and B
Provide nutrition to plants
Kills useful bacteria and microbes
Pollute rivers and lakes
Escape from soil and pollute groun...
Haryana
Raniganj
Raiganj
Palampur
Punjab
100
450
240
260
150
65 families
300 families
360 families
450 families
240 families
Landless farmers
Small farmers
Medium farmers
Large farmers
Both of these
240
160
150
50
60
Small farmers
Medium farmers
Large farmers
Government
Both C and D
Gobind and Savita
Tejpal Singh
Ramkali
Dala
Both B and C
None of these
As food
As crops
In cash
All of these
Mediumfarmer
Small farmer
PWD worker
Large farmer
Landless farm labourer
Rs.50
Rs.40
Rs.35
Rs.65
Rs.60
Rs.60
Rs.35
Rs.40
Rs.65
Both C and D
220 men
210 men
230 men
240 men
250 men
They borrow from bank
They borrow from traders supplying many inputs
They borrow from moneylenders
They borrow from large ...
Human capital
Capital
Organization
Land
Labour
Organization
Labour
Capital
Land
Both B and C
Government
Small farmers
Medium farmers
Large farmers
Both A and B
360 quintals
500 oz
300 quintals
450 kgs
350 quintals
None of these
Shop-keeping
Manufacturing
Dairy
Transport
Rice
Wheat
Bajra
Jowar
Both A and B
Laalgunj
Shahjahanpur
Shahpur
Ranigunj
Raigunj
Eleven families
Sixty families
Thirty families
Seventy families
Fifty families
Biscuits and sugar
Notebook and pencils
Toothpaste and soap
Eatables
All of these
From traders
From large farmers
From moneylenders
From private bank
From governmental organized banks
None of these
By selling milk items
By using it as bullock to transport
By selling buffalo’s milk
All of these
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  1. 1. All of the above Dairy farming Manufacturing Transport Farming
  2. 2. Organization Capital Labour Land All of the above options
  3. 3. Harvesting Manufacturing Shop-keeping Transport All of the above
  4. 4. 400 430 440 420 450
  5. 5. One Four Seven Five Two
  6. 6. None of these Farmer Dala and Ramkali Large farmers Businessmen Government
  7. 7. One-fifth One-tenth Half One-forth One-third
  8. 8. Two Four Five Three One
  9. 9. Human capital Capital Land Labour Organisation
  10. 10. Materials that can be used for many years Materials that are either bought once a year Materials that cannot be used every year Materials that are bought every year Both d and e
  11. 11. Yarn Clay Buildings Machines Both a and b
  12. 12. 25% 40% 80% 50% 75%
  13. 13. Guintha Meter Bigha Yards Hectares
  14. 14. Bajra Jowar Sugarcane Wheat Both d and e
  15. 15. Plantation Mixedfarming Bothof these Mixedcropping Multiple cropping
  16. 16. By using fertilizers and pesticides By modern farming methods By multiple cropping By using HYV seeds All the above
  17. 17. 500 yards 5000 hectares 2000 hectares 500 hectares 200 hectares
  18. 18. In 1990 In 1980 In 1970 In 1950 In 1960
  19. 19. Electric-run tube wells Fertilizers Harvesters Pesticides High yielding variety of seeds
  20. 20. None of these Plenty of water Pesticides Chemical fertilizers All of the above
  21. 21. Farmers of Delhi Farmers of Haryana Farmers of Uttar Pradesh Farmers of Punjab All the above
  22. 22. 1000kg per ha 2200kg per ha 4200kg per ha 3200kg per ha 1300kg per ha
  23. 23. Using farmmachineries Using fertilizers and pesticides Better irrigationin fields Using HYV seeds All of the above
  24. 24. 1000kg per ha 2200kg per ha 4200kg per ha 1300kg per ha 3200kg per ha
  25. 25. Use of farm machineries Increase in yield of crops Reduction of water-table Loss of soil fertility Both A and B
  26. 26. Provide nutrition to plants Kills useful bacteria and microbes Pollute rivers and lakes Escape from soil and pollute groundwater All of these
  27. 27. Haryana Raniganj Raiganj Palampur Punjab
  28. 28. 100 450 240 260 150
  29. 29. 65 families 300 families 360 families 450 families 240 families
  30. 30. Landless farmers Small farmers Medium farmers Large farmers Both of these
  31. 31. 240 160 150 50 60
  32. 32. Small farmers Medium farmers Large farmers Government Both C and D
  33. 33. Gobind and Savita Tejpal Singh Ramkali Dala Both B and C
  34. 34. None of these As food As crops In cash All of these
  35. 35. Mediumfarmer Small farmer PWD worker Large farmer Landless farm labourer
  36. 36. Rs.50 Rs.40 Rs.35 Rs.65 Rs.60
  37. 37. Rs.60 Rs.35 Rs.40 Rs.65 Both C and D
  38. 38. 220 men 210 men 230 men 240 men 250 men
  39. 39. They borrow from bank They borrow from traders supplying many inputs They borrow from moneylenders They borrow from large farmers All of the above
  40. 40. Human capital Capital Organization Land Labour
  41. 41. Organization Labour Capital Land Both B and C
  42. 42. Government Small farmers Medium farmers Large farmers Both A and B
  43. 43. 360 quintals 500 oz 300 quintals 450 kgs 350 quintals
  44. 44. None of these Shop-keeping Manufacturing Dairy Transport
  45. 45. Rice Wheat Bajra Jowar Both A and B
  46. 46. Laalgunj Shahjahanpur Shahpur Ranigunj Raigunj
  47. 47. Eleven families Sixty families Thirty families Seventy families Fifty families
  48. 48. Biscuits and sugar Notebook and pencils Toothpaste and soap Eatables All of these
  49. 49. From traders From large farmers From moneylenders From private bank From governmental organized banks
  50. 50. None of these By selling milk items By using it as bullock to transport By selling buffalo’s milk All of these

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