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In India national, National Income is calculated by the method which is known as

A) the combined method B) the income method
C) the product method D) the expenditure method

Answer:   A) the combined method

Explanation:

In India, National Income is calculated by the combined method. It combines two methods i.e product or output method and the income method. This is done to overcome the problem of deficiency of statistics. The product method endeavours to find out the net contribution to national income of all producing units. The income method adds up income and payments accruing of factors of production. This method is used in the tertiary  sector like government services banking etc and also in the commoity sector if output data is not available.

Subject: Indian Economy
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Which among the following is the exclusive jurisdiction of the State Government ?

A) Sales Tax B) Custom Duty
C) Income Tax D) Corporation Tax
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: A) Sales Tax

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MODVAT is related to

A) Sales Tax B) Income Tax
C) Wealth Tax D) Excise Tax
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: D) Excise Tax

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Q:

The head quarters of World Trade Organisation(WTO) are at

A) Rome B) Geneva
C) Doha D) New York
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: B) Geneva

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The exercise of converting the financial outlays into physical outcomes, with fixed quarterly measurable and monitorable target is called

A) Outcome budget B) Estimated budget
C) Expenditure estimate D) None of these
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: A) Outcome budget

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The rolling plan concept in our country started with the

A) Third plan B) Fourth plan
C) Fifth plan D) Seventh plan
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: C) Fifth plan

Explanation:

The Rolling plan refers to one-year plans in the five-year perspective. under Rolling plan, there would be an annual appraisal of the progress of the plan and on the basis of such an appraisal, the plan for the next year will be prepared. The plan would go on rolling year after year.

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