March 2, 2014

AP Board Senior Inter Economics Model Question Paper

Following is the model question paper for Senior Intermediate Economics subject of Board of Intermediate Education, AP. Time is 3 hours and maximum marks are 100.

SECTION - A

I. i) Answer any THREE out of the following five questions.
ii) Every answer may be limited to 40 lines.
iii) Each question carries TEN marks. 3 × 10 = 30
1. Explain the features of a developing country with special reference to India.
2. What are the measures to control population explosion in India?
3. What are the causes for poverty in India?
4. What are the causes for low productivity in agriculture? Suggest measures to
improve it.
5. Critically explain the 1991 industrial policy.

SECTION - B

II. i) Answer any EIGHT out of the following twelve questions.
ii) Every answer may be limited to 20 lines.
iii) Each question carries FIVE marks. 8 × 5 = 40
6. What measures will be covered in privatisation?
7. Explain the difference between GATT and WTO.
8. Briefly explain the sectorial contribution to the National income.
9. What are different types of unemployment?
10. What are the causes for rural indebtedness?
11. What are the functions of NABARD?
12. Explain 1956 industrial policy resolution?
13. Define service sector, and write its importance in Indian Economy.
14. What are the advantages of roadways?
15. Explain the objectives of Eleventh Five Year Plan.
16. Define environment and explain the components of the environment.
17. Write about welfare schemes related to different sections in Andhra Pradesh.

SECTION - C

III. i) Answer any FIFTEEN out of the following twenty.
ii) Every answer may be limited to 5 lines.
iii) Each question carries TWO marks. 15 × 2 = 30
18. Economic growth
19. Percapita income
20. Globalisation
21. Disinvestment
22. Sarva Siksha Abhiyan
23. Human Development Index
24. Green Revolution
25. Rythu Bazars
26. Co-operative farming
27. Kisan Credit Card Scheme
28. Industrial estate
29. LIC
30. Science and Technology
31. Micro - Insurance
32. Planning Commission
33. Regional imbalances
34. Planning
35. e-wastes
36. Sustainable development
37. Ecosystem

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