CBSE Class 9 Economics Chapter 1 The Story of Village Palampur MCQs with Answers

 

Here is a compilation of The Story of Village Palampur MCQs of Class 9 Economics Book Chapter 1.  Students can practice The MCQs as have been added by CBSE in the new exam pattern. At the end of Multiple Choice Questions, the answer key has also been provided for your reference.

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The Story of Village Palampur MCQs

 

Q1. Palampur is

  1. A hypothetical village
  2. A village in Uttar Pradesh
  3. A foreign village

None of the above

Q2. ___________ is the main activity in Palampur.

  1. Manufacturing
  2. Transport
  3. Farming
  4. Fishing

Q3. How many types of physical capital are there?

  1. One
  2. Two
  3. Four
  4. Five

Q4. Raiganj is _________

  1. A big village
  2. Palampur’s neighbouring village
  3. An industrial town
  4. Both A and B

Q5. ‘Guintha’ is-

  1. A local cuisine of Palampur
  2. A local land measuring unit
  3. A seasonal crop
  4. A cultural festival

Q6. Who owns the majority of land in the village Palampur?

  1. Sahukaars
  2. Upper – caste families
  3. Zamindars
  4. Politicians

Q7. How many factors of production are there?

  1. Three
  2. Two
  3. Four
  4. Unaccountable

Q8. In Palampur, manufacturing, dairy, transport, etc. are carried out on a_____________ scale.

  1. Limited
  2. Large
  3. Unlimited
  4. Illegal

Q9. Which one of the following is a resource?

  1. Man made items
  2. Money
  3. Human effort
  4. All of the above

Q10. In and near Palampur, what are the kinds of transport are seen?

  1. Tonga
  2. Bogeys
  3. Tractors
  4. All of the above

Q11. The aim of production is to produce –

  1. Goods
  2. Services
  3. Employment
  4. Both A and B

Q12. How many requirements are there for production of goods and services?

  1. Five
  2. Three
  3. Four
  4. Uncountable

Q13. Which one among the following is not a fundamental requirement for production?

  1. Land
  2. Labour
  3. Knowledge
  4. Public health

Q14. Which one among the following is not a type of physical capital?

  1. Fixed capital
  2. Used capital
  3. Working capital
  4. None of the above

Q15. What is needed to be able to put together land, labour and physical capital and produce an output?

  1. Wealth
  2. Knowledge
  3. Enterprise
  4. Both B and C

Q16. What all does the “human capital” comprise of?

  1. Knowledge
  2. Enterprise
  3. Wealth
  4. Both A and B

Q17. How is the state of facilities like roads, transport, electricity in Palampur?

  1. Very poor
  2. Manageable
  3. Fairly well
  4. None of the above

Q18. What is the main production activity in villages across India?

  1. Industry
  2. Handicrafts
  3. Farming
  4. Textiles

Q19. Which one among the following is not a factor of production?

  1. Farming
  2. Land
  3. Human capital
  4. Labour

Q20. What is the basic constraint in raising farm production?

  1. Equipment
  2. Machinery
  3. Land being fixed
  4. Poverty

Q21. What is the standard unit of measuring land?

  1. Metre
  2. Hectare
  3. Acre
  4. Bigha

Q22. How much land do small farmers own?

  1. Less than 2 ha.
  2. Less than 3 ha.
  3. More than 1 ha.
  4. All of the above

Q23. Potato is a ______ crop.

  1. Rabi
  2. Kharif
  3. Zaid
  4. Perennial

Q24. Jowar and bajra are _________ crops.

  1. Rabi
  2. Kharif
  3. Zaid
  4. Perennial

Q25. __________ crops are grown in rainy season.

  1. Rabi
  2. Kharif
  3. Zaid
  4. Perennial

Q26. The plants of crops like ______ are used as cattle feed.

  1. Jowar, bajra
  2. Wheat, potato
  3. Cotton, jute
  4. All of the above

Q27. _______ crops are cultivated between October and December.

  1. Rabi
  2. Kharif
  3. Zaid
  4. Perennial

Q28. Which one among the following is not a common economic activity in rural areas?

  1. Dairy
  2. Small scale manufacturing
  3. Transport
  4. Tourism

Q29. Which type of farming methods require the farmer to start with more cash?

  1. Traditional
  2. Medieval
  3. Modern
  4. Electric

Q30. Chemical fertilizers lead to-

  1. Ground water pollution
  2. Soil degradation
  3. Rise in cost of cultivation
  4. All of the above

Q31. Chemical fertilizers can also kill bacteria and other microorganisms in the soil, this further leads to-

  1. Soil erosion
  2. Land pollution
  3. Soil degradation
  4. Deforestation

 

The Story of Village Palampur MCQ Answer key for Class 9 Economics Chapter 1

 

Question
Answer
1.
A
2.
C
3.
B
4.
D
5.
B
6.
B
7.
C
8.
A
9.
D
10.
D
11.
D
12.
C
13.
D
14.
B
15.
D
16.
D
17.
C
18.
C
19.
A
20.
C
21.
B
22.
A
23.
A
24.
B
25.
B
26.
A
27.
A
28.
D
29.
C
30.
D
31.
C

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