||Genetic industry includes –
||Which is not an objective of food management in India?
||Export of food grains
||Suraj Dhara Yojana is –
||Exchange of seeds
||Who did not approve the idea of co-operative farming in India?
||What is meant by a Bullock Capitalist?
||Farmers who have some resources but are not rich
||Which one is not a part of land reforms in India?
||The size of marginal landholding in India is –
||Less than 1 hectare
||A farmer, which has land holding between 1 to 2 hectares is known as –
||The average size of landholdings in Bihar in comparison with other States is –
||The most critical stage for irrigation in wheat is –
||Which is the effective reason of slow agricultural development in India?
||The black soil of India is highly suited for the production of –
||The substitution of steel for wooden ploughs in agricultural production is an example of –
||Capital-augmenting technological progress
||The share of agriculture and allied sectors in the Gross Domestic Product of India is –
||Share of agriculture in National income of India is around –
||The contribution of agriculture in Indian Economy is –
||Since the advent of the Planning era in India, the share of the agriculture sector in GDP has –
||Continued to decline
||Which one State has the largest area under Soybean cultivation?
||The net crop sown area in India is about –
||14 crore hectares
||The average cropping intensity of India is about –
||In which year foodgrain production had a negative growth rate?
||Under which Five Year Plan, did agriculture register a negative growth?
||According to the report of CAG published in the year 2000 on PDS, the government subsidy on foodgrains increased from1992-93 to 1998-99 by –
||More than three times
||Which of the largest vegetable-producing countries in the world?
||‘Kashi Lalima’ is the variety of which of the crops?
||Which State ensures the maximum production of Coffee in India?
||Which one of the agricultural products fetches the largest foreign exchange for the country from its exports?
||Niger crops is an oil seed crop. What is the content of oil in its seeds?
||37 – 47%
||The leading mulberry silk-producing Indian State is –
||Which is the largest silk producer in the world, is –
||What is the reason for low productivity in Indian agriculture?
||Agriculture income tax in India can be levied by –
||India’s main agricultural import item is –
||Preferred variety of Mango for export is –
||In Uttar Pradesh maximum percentage of workers are engaged in –
||What approximate percentage of India’s labour force at present depends on agriculture for their livelihood?
||The main objective of Vishesh Krishi and Gram Udyog Yojna is –
||Promotion of agricultural export
||Kissan Bahi Yojana was started in Uttar Pradesh in –
||P. Sengupta and G. Sdasyuk (1968) had divided India into how many micro agricultural regions?
||For the 8th Plan, India was divided into how many agro-climatic zones by the Planning Commission?
||National Horticulture Mission was launched in which of the Five Year Plans ?
||Ninth Five Year Plan
||When was the National Horticulture Mission started?
||Which of the States is covered under the National Horticulture Mission (NHM)?
||Which one of the is not the objectives of the ‘National Horticulture Mission’?
||Providing financial assistance
||Krishi Shramik Samajik Suraksha Yojna provides –
||Benefits of pension and insurance
||Which of the is not an objective of the National Food Security Mission (NFSM)?
||Strengthening credit facilities
||The National Food Security Mission in India has become effective with effect from –
||Rabi Season 2007-08
||Under which law, the State Food Commission is established?
||National Food Security Act, 2013
||The most important fish industry in India is –
||At natural inland
||Which of the countries is the largest producer of fish in the world?
||The ‘blue revolution’ is related with –
||Black revolution is related to the –
||Crude oil production
||‘Yellow Revolution’ is related to –
||The Father of the Green Revolution in the World is –
||Norman E. Borlaug
||Indian Green Revolution started from –
||Who was the person not associated with the green revolution when its started in India?
||Rafi Ahmed Kidwai
||Which one of the most appropriately describes the nature of the Green Revolution of the late sixties of the 20th century?
||The reason for increase in price of foodgrains distributed through public distribution system is to –
||Lesson the burden of subsidy involved in the scheme
||Operation Flood is related to –
||Which States of India have derived maximum benefits from green revolution?
||Punjab, Haryana & Western U.P.
||The Second Green Revolution proposed by the Prime Minister does not include –
||Encourage foreign direct investment in agriculture
||Which one of the agriculture practices is eco-friendly?
||Crop Insurance Scheme in India was started in –
||National Agricultural Insurance Scheme replacing A comprehensive Crop Insurance Scheme was introduced in the year –
||Hariyali Yojana is related to –
||‘Vishesh Krishi Upaj Yojana’ is related to –
||Thrust in export of agricultural products
||‘Rashtriya Vishesh Krishi Upaj Yojna’ is mainly concerned with –
||Exportable agricultural produce
||The objective of the PM-KUSUM Scheme is –
To remove farmers’ dependence on diesel and kerosene and to link pump sets to solar energy
||Handbook of Agriculture is published by –
||U.P. Council of Agricultural Research is located at –
||NAFED is mainly connected with –
||The apex organization for marketing cooperatives at the national level is –
||Which of the agencies is not engaged in exporting agricultural goods from India?
||In India markets in agricultural products are regulated under the –
The Agricultural Produce Market Committee Act enacted by States
||Golden rice has been made richer in –
||The demand of agricultural products is found to be –
||First Agricultural University in India was established at –
||Indian Institute of Vegetable Research is located at –
||Central Food Technological Research Institute is located at –
||The National Academy of Agricultural Research Management (NAARM) is located at –
||Indian Grassland and Fodder Research Institute is located at –
||The Headquarters of the International Potato Centre (CIP) is situated in –
||Which of the States ‘Neeru-Meeru water harvesting programmes was launched in 2000?
||Which of the organizations approves the Fair and Remunerative Price (F.R.P.) of the sugarcane?
||Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs
||The economic cost of foodgrains to the Food Corporation of India is Minimum Support Price and bonus (if any) paid to the farmers plus –
||Procurement incidentals and distribution cost
||Who determines the minimum support price in India?
||The Commission for Agricultural Costs and Prices
||The Agricultural Prices Commission (APC) was set up in the year –
||Minimum Support Price is decided by –
||Who recommends supporting price of the wheat?
||Commission for Agricultural Costs and Prices
||The price at which the Government purchases foodgrains is –
||Which One does not contribute to the rural economy?
||Practice of lending personal money
||Long-term agricultural credit is provided by –
||Land Development Bank
||Which is the largest source of agricultural credit in India in recent years?
||Which is providing the least institutional credit to agriculture and allied activities in recent years?
||Foreign Private Banks
||Kisan Credit Card Scheme was announced in the year –
||The New Package for Agriculture announced by the UPA Government does not provide –
||Concession in loan payment
||Government of India has taken a decision to set up a Price Stabilisation Fund for the growers of –
||Coffee and Tea