Among the following States, which has highest percentage decadal growth rate during the 2001 – 2011?
|Answer» A. Arunachal Pradesh|
As per 2011 Census of India, which is the overall sex ratio of the country’s population?
|Answer» D. 940|
Which among the following rate is referred as probabilistic rate?
|B.||Crude death rate|
|D.||Crude birth rate|
|Answer» C. Marriage rate|
Which among the following is not a non-probability sampling?
|D.||Simple Random Sampling|
|Answer» A. Accidental Sampling|
Which among the North-Eastern States of India has the highest literacy level as per 2011 Census?
|Answer» B. Mizoram|
What is the estimated share of disabled persons in India according to 2001 Census?
|A.||Less than 2%|
|B.||Less than 10%|
|C.||Less than 15%|
|D.||Less than 5%|
|Answer» A. Less than 2%|
Which one among the following term refers to number of children an average woman can bear in her reproductive span?
|C.||Real birth rate|
|D.||Crude death rate|
|Answer» B. Fecundity|
. If sex ratio of birth is constant at 1.05, then the Gross Reproduction Rate (GRR) can be calculated using Total Fertility Rate (TFR) by the formula
|A.||GRR = (1.00 TFR) /1.05|
|B.||GRR = 1.00 / (1.05 TFR)|
|C.||GRR = (1.00 TFR) / 2.05|
|D.||GRR = 1.00 / (2.05 TFR)|
|Answer» C. GRR = (1.00 TFR) / 2.05|
If country A has a higher life expectancy than country B, but A has higher crude death rate, it is likely that
|A.||A’s population is younger than that of B.|
|B.||A’s population is older than that of B.|
|C.||A’s population has a high infant mortality rate.|
|D.||None of the above is probable.|
|Answer» A. A’s population is younger than that of B.|
Which among the following does not explain the law of urbanization?
|A.||Push and Pull factors|
|B.||Dispersal and Segregation|
|D.||Laws of gravity|
|Answer» B. Dispersal and Segregation|
Assertion (A): International Migration leads to rise in productivity in both the sending and receiving countries.
|A.||Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A).|
|B.||Both (A) and (R) are true but (R) is not the correct explanation of(A).|
|C.||(A) is true and (R) is false.|
|D.||(A) is false and (R) is true.|
|Answer» A. Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A).|
Which of the following countries has the highest out migration of the nursing professionals?
|Answer» A. The Philippines|
Which of the following did not give a model of city structure?
|C.||Harris and Ullman|
|Answer» D. Michael &Todaro|
. Which of the following is known for his contribution towards theorising social composition of population?
|A.||Goldsteen and Sly|
|B.||Shyrock and Siegal|
|Answer» C. Talcott Parsons|
In which stage of industrialization given below the fourth stage (4) of Demographic Transition Theory would occur?
|A.||Advanced Industrialization and Urbanization stage|
|C.||Early Industrial stage|
|Answer» A. Advanced Industrialization and Urbanization stage|
Which of the following is not a measure of socio-economic status?
|A.||Physical Quality of Life Index|
|B.||Human Development Index|
|C.||Gender Empowerment Measure|
|D.||Body Mass Index|
|Answer» D. Body Mass Index|
Which one of the following is not a spacing method of family planning?
|D.||Intrauterine Device (IUD)|
|Answer» C. Vasectomy|
In which year, the Government of India launched the Reproductive and Child Health (RCH) Programme?
|Answer» B. 1995|
Which variable among the following are not demographic characteristics of the population?
|Answer» D. Literacy level|
When does National Sample Survey (NSS) started collecting data on births and deaths?
|A.||1950 – 51|
|B.||1954 – 55|
|C.||1956 – 57|
|D.||1958 – 59|
|Answer» D. 1958 – 59|
The number of live births per 1,000 people in a population in a year is known as _____.
|C.||Crude birth rate|
|D.||Basic demographic equation|
|Answer» C. Crude birth rate|
An enumeration or counting of a population is referred to as
|Answer» B. Census|
Records of births, deaths, marriages, and divorces, gathered through a registration system maintained by governmental units, are referred to as
|D.||none of the above|
|Answer» C. vital statistics|
__________ is the change from high birthrates and death rates to relatively low birthrates and death rates.
|Answer» A. demographic transition|
The term ——————————— refers to relatively permanent movement of people from one place to another?
|Answer» C. migration|