Class 12 Sociology Chapter 11 – Change and Development in Rural Society MCQ Question Answers for CUET 2024

1. Which of the following is/are 'hereditary' labour relationships (bonded labour) :
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2. Which of the following is/are the characteristics of the agricultural labour?
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3. .................imposed the upper limit on the amount of land that can be owned by a particular family.
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4. The laws that impose upper limit on the amount of land that can be owned by a particular family is known as _______
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5. In _______ system of land settlement actual cultivators' and not zamindars were responsible for paying the tax.
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6. ___ is the single most important resource & form of property in rural society.
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7. The process in which the rich grew richer & many of the poor stagnated or grew poorer is known as.....
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8. Golden Revolution is related to :
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9. Why in most regions of India, women are excluded from ownership of land?
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10. Father of white revolution in India :
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11. Land reforms introduced after independence:
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12. Women are emerging as the main source of agricultural labourer. Which is often termed as ______ of agricultural force?
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13. In rural areas, there is a complex system between caste &.....
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14. Which statement is correct regarding Ceiling Acts?
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15. The ..................... was the time in which agricultural production increased significantly as a result of new inventions.
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16. Many of the working poor were tied to landowners in 'hereditary' labour relationships (bonded labour) such as____ System in Gujarat.
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17. In ______ System Headman of the village collected the tax
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18. Green Revolution Programmes were introduced only in areas that had _______
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19. Which yojna was initiated by the Govt. regarding the transformation of rural development?
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20. During the British rule, the Zamindari system caused... ........to stagnate & decline.
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Also See : 

Sociology Chapter 1 – Introducing Indian Society MCQs

Sociology Chapter 2 – The Demographic Structure of Indian Society MCQs

Sociology Chapter 3 – Social Institutions MCQs

Sociology Chapter 4 – The Market as Social Institution MCQs

Sociology Chapter 5 – Patterns of Social Inequality and Exclusion MCQs

Sociology Chapter 6 – The Challenges Of Cultural Diversity MCQs

Sociology Chapter 8 – Structural change MCQs

Sociology Chapter 9 – Structural change MCQs

Sociology Chapter 10 – The Story of Indian Democracy MCQs

Sociology Chapter 12 – Change and development in Industrial Society MCQs

Sociology Chapter 13 – Globalization and Social Culture MCQs

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