India – A developing country

What type of country is India?

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True or false? In India periphery areas are highly industrialised, urbanised and are centres for economic growth.

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Core areas are highly industrialised, urbanised and are centres for economic growth.

Where is GDP per capita highest in India?

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Which economic sector employs around 24% of Indian workers?

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Which economic sector is experiencing decline in India?

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In which year did India change its economic policy to reduce barriers including trade tariffs and allow greater investment from TNCs?

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True or false? India is a member of the G7.

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India is a member of the G20.

True or false? India receives aid, however, it does not provide aid.

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India receives aid and provides aid to neighbouring countries.

In which year did the Indian government increase the amount of public investment to support continued economic growth.

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True or false? India's population continues to grow, however, the rate of natural increase is falling.

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According to which measure is inequality increasing in India?

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Which of the following statements is true about education in India since 2009?

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Which organisation did India join in to improve relations with neighbours?

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India has moved from having close military ties with Russia to which country?

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What is the main economic impact of improved technology and connectivity in remote rural areas?

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Which of the following is a positive social impact of rapid development in India?

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Which of the following is a negative economic impact of rapid development in India?

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Which of the following are management strategies used by the Indian government to improve people's quality of life?

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