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Demographic gap attains its maximum limit in -

  1. Early stage I
  2. Late stage II
  3. Late stage III
  4. Early stage IV

2. Late stage II

 

Demographic gap is negative in Stage V

Demographic gap is narrow in stage I

DG starts declining at Early stage III

2

True about late expanding phase of demographic cycle -

  1. Birth rate is lower than the death rate
  2. Death rate begins to decline while the birth rate remains unchanged
  3. Death rate declines still further and the birth rate tends to fall
  4. High birth rate and high death rate

3. Death rate declines still further and the birth rate tends to fall

3

Contraction of Demographic gap starts in -

  1. Stage I
  2. Late stage II
  3. Early stage III
  4. Stage IV

3. Early stage III

4

In which stage of the demographic cycle is India currently?

  1. Highly stationary
  2. Late expanding
  3. Early stationary
  4. Low stationary

2. Late expanding

5

Demographic processes does not include -

  1. Fertility
  2. Morbidity
  3. Mortality
  4. Social mobility

2. Morbidity

5 Processes continuously on work in a population, thus determining its size, composition and distribution -

  1. Fertility
  2. Marriage
  3. Mortality
  4. Migration
  5. Social mobility

6

Movement at socio-economic level is -

  1. Social equality
  2. Social mobility
  3. Socio-economic upliftment
  4. Social mobilization

2. Social mobility

7

Late expanding stage of population in India is due to -?

  1. Birth rate stationary death rate continues to fall
  2. Death rate declines faster than birth rate
  3. Birth rate declines, death rate same
  4. Birth rate is less than death rate

2. Death rate declines faster than birth rate

8

True about demographic cycle of India is/are -

  1. Entered into low stationary phase
  2. Dependency ratio < 40%
  3. Year of Big divide is 1921 AD
  4. Population pyramid has a broad base and a tapering top
  5. First regular census in India was carried out in 1881

3. Year of Big divide is 1921 AD

4. Population pyramid has a broad base and a tapering top

9

Early expanding stage is denoted by

  1. Decreased birth rate and decreased death rate
  2. Increased birth rate and increased death rate
  3. Decreased birth rate and increased death rate
  4. Uncharged birth rate and decreased death rate

4. Uncharged birth rate and decreased death rate

10

At current growth rate, India's population will double in -

  1. 23-28 yrs
  2. 28-35 yrs
  3. 35-47 yrs
  4. 47-70 yrs

3. 35-47 yrs

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