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Marketing aptitude question paper for Competitive / entrance exam 2013 (Part 2 of 2)

Marketing aptitude question paper for Competitive / entrance exam 2013 (Part 2 of 2)

Marketing aptitude question paper for Competitive / entrance exam 2013

21. In which one of the following Indian states, percentage of total cultivable area under Horticultural crops is only 2•75 per cent ?

(A) Madhya Pradesh
(B) Rajasthan
(C) Jharkhand
(D) Chhattisgarh
(E) Uttar Pradesh

22. What percentage of ‘All Economically Productive women population’ in India are engaged in Agriculture including animal husbandry and fisheries ?

(A) 38 per cent
(B) 48 per cent
(C) 58 per cent
(D) 68 per cent
(E) 78 per cent

23. In which year, the ‘Varsha Bima Yojana’ (Insurance against the adverse incidence of rainfall) was started in India ?

(A) 2004
(B) 2005
(C) 2006
(D) 2007
(E) 2008

24. Which one of the following states, the extent of financial exclusion is between 50 to 75 per cent ?

(A) Bihar
(B) Karnataka
(C) Tamil Nadu
(D) Jharkhand
(E) West Bengal

25. A field of work in which people aim to improve the access of rural communities to efficient, sustainable financial services is known as or categorized as—

(A) Agricultural Finance
(B) Rural Finance
(C) Micro Finance
(D) Financial Institution
(E) Financial Intermediary

26. The Science of cultivation and harvesting of fruits is called ‘Pomology’, however, of the following fruits, this fruit crop presently is not covered under the ‘Pomology’—

(A) Water-melon
(B) Banana
(C) Strawberry
(D) Sapota
(E) Custard Apple

27. The ‘Productivity of Banana’ (yield per hectare) is highest in this state—

(A) Tamil Nadu
(B) Kerala
(C) Karnataka
(D) Maharashtra
(E) Gujarat

28. Pepsi Co. started Contract farming in Guntur district of Andhra Pradesh for preparation of—

(A) Tomato purees
(B) Basmati Rice
(C) Groundnut Butter
(D) Sunflower Oil
(E) Chilli Paste for Export

29. At present, how many National Research Institutes are working on Development of Products/crops under ‘Agricultural Biotechnologies’ in India ?

(A) 20
(B) 25
(C) 30
(D) 35
(E) 40

30. ‘Shifting Cultivation’ is practiced in India covering about 14•66 lakh hectare area, where in this state ranked first with 3•75 lakh hectare—

(A) Assam
(B) Arunachal Pradesh
(C) Manipur
(D) Meghalaya
(E) Tripura

31. Which one of the following flower crops is native of India ?

(A) Gladious
(B) Bougainvillea
(C) Tuberose
(D) Orchids
(E) All these

32. What is the Total Plan allocation (Rs. crores) for development of Rainfed/Dryland Agriculture in the XIth Five Year Plan Period (2007-08 to 2011-2012) ?

(A) Rs. 65,000 crore
(B) Rs. 70,000 crore
(C) Rs. 75,000 crore
(D) Rs. 80,000 crore
(E) Rs. 85,000 crore

33. As on March 31, 2007, how many of the Public Sector Banks had achieved Direct Agricultural Lending Target (13•5 per cent of Net Bank Credit) stipulated by the RBI ?

(A) Eight
(B) Nine
(C) Ten
(D) Eleven
(E) Twelve

34. This ‘Mango Hybrid Variety’ is early maturity, dwarf and having attractive colour, suitable for ‘Chotanagpur Region’ for the India?

(A) Amrapali
(B) Safed Maldah
(C) Malika
(D) Gulab Khas
(E) Ratna

35. Production period in case of tea after gestation period is to the extant of …… .

(A) 100 years
(B) 50 years
(C) 25 years
(D) 10 years
(E) 5 years

36. Recently, this Public Sector Bank, had launched an innovation called ‘Village Knowledge Centre’ wherein technology is used to help the farmers improve his productivity—

(A) Punjab National Bank
(B) Central Bank of India
(C) United Bank of India
(D) United Commercial Bank
(E) Union Bank of India

37. As on 31 March, 2008, which one of the following Microfinance Programmes have covered the largest number of BPL/poor families in India ?

(A) SHG-Bank Linkage Programme
(B) SIDBI Foundation for Micro Credit (SFMC)
(C) Rashtriya Mahila Kosh (RMK)
(D) Friends of Women’s World Banking (FWWB)
(E) Rashtriya Grameen Vikas Nidhi (RGVN)

38. Which one of the following is the name of a fungicide which can move mainly upwards within the plant and kill the pathogen away from the point of application ?

(A) Semesan
(B) Demosan
(C) Cuprosan
(D) Tulisan
(E) Ceresan

39. As on March 2008, how many ‘No Frill Accounts’ were opened by Banks under Financial Inclusion ?

(A) 12 million
(B) 13 million
(C) 14 million
(D) 15 million
(E) 16 million

40. This state is the Leading Producer of Vegetables in India contributing around 19 per cent of country’s production from 17 per cent of the total area under vegetable—

(A) Maharashtra
(B) Bihar
(C) West Bengal
(D) Andhra Pradesh
(E) Karnataka

41. According to the RBI Report (2001-02), this Banking Region of the country has ‘Highest Flow of Institutional Credit for Agriculture’ in terms of amount of credit extended in Rs. per hectare of Gross Cropped Area—

(A) Northern Region
(B) North-Eastern Region
(C) Eastern Region
(D) Western Region
(E) Southern Region

42. Based on the Report on Trend and Progress of Banking in India (RBI, 2007), the number of rural branches of scheduled Commercial Banks in India as on 30th June, 2007, were—

(A) 32,303
(B) 32,121
(C) 30,775
(D) 30,500
(E) 30,633

43. At present (2006), the estimated population of Tractors (Number of Tractors) in India is about—

(A) 28 lakhs
(B) 29 lakhs
(C) 30 lakhs
(D) 31 lakhs
(E) 32 lakhs

44. This being the only country in the world producing all four known commercial varieties of silk viz., Mulberry, Tasar, Eri and Muga—

(A) China
(B) Brazil
(C) Japan
(D) India
(E) Korean Republic

45. Which one of the following Pearl Millet (Bajra) variety is early maturity, with high yield and suitable for Haryana State under irrigated and rainfed situation ?

(A) GHB-757
(B) HHB-146
(C) GHB-538
(D) HHB-94
(E) RHB-121

46. Of the 31 Districts identified in four states as having higher incidence of farmers suicides due to economic distress. How many of the 31 economically distress districts belonged to Andhra Pradesh ?

(A) 10 Districts
(B) 12 Districts
(C) 14 Districts
(D) 16 Districts
(E) 18 Districts

47. Approximately, what percentage of Total Grape produced in India every year dried for Raising Purpose ?

(A) 10 per cent
(B) 12 per cent
(C) 14 per cent
(D) 16 per cent
(E) 18 per cent

48. The Head Quarter of ‘National Fisheries Development Board (NFDB) which was established on 10th July, 2006 for realizing full potential of Indian Fisheries sector is located at—

(A) Rajendranagar (Hyderabad) A.P.
(B) Cochi (Kerala)
(C) Mangalore (Karnataka)
(D) Mumbai (Maharashtra)
(E) Bhubaneshwar (Orissa)

49. This Central Cattle Breeding Farm is producing ‘HFx Tharparkar Crossbred Bulls’ for breeding purpose in India?

(A) Andeshnagar (U.P.)
(B) Dhamrod (Gujarat)
(C) Hassergatha (Karnataka)
(D) Suratgarh (Rajasthan)
(E) Alamdhi (Tamil Nadu)

50. Which one of the following countries, ‘Annual Per Capita Consumption’ of Wine is highest (50 litres) ?

(A) China
(B) Australia
(D) France
(E) Germany

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Marketing aptitude question paper for Competitive / entrance exam 2013 (Part 2 of 2)