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Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Social Science Class 9th Tamil Nadu State Board chapter 4 - Employment in India and Tamil Nadu [Latest edition]

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Chapter 4: Employment in India and Tamil Nadu

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Exercise [Pages 296 - 298]

Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Social Science Class 9th Tamil Nadu State Board Chapter 4 Employment in India and Tamil Nadu Exercise [Pages 296 - 298]

Choose the correct answer

Exercise | Q I. 1 | Page 296

We take age group _______ years for computation of the workforce.

  • 12–60

  • 15–60

  • 21–65

  • 5–14

Exercise | Q I. 2 | Page 296

Which is the correct sequence of various sectors in GDP of India in the descending order?

  • Primary sector, Secondary sector, Tertiary sector

  • Primary sector, Tertiary sector, Secondary sector

  • Tertiary sector, Secondary sector, Primary sector

  • Secondary sector, Tertiary sector, Primary sector

Exercise | Q I. 3 | Page 296

Which one of the following sectors is the largest employer in India.

  • Primary Sector

  • Secondary Sector

  • Tertiary Sector

  • Public sector

Exercise | Q I. 4 | Page 296

Which one of the following is not in Primary Sector.

  • Agriculture

  • Manufacturing

  • Mining

  • Fishery

Exercise | Q I. 5 | Page 296

Which one of the following is not in the Secondary Sector?

  • Construction

  • Manufacturing

  • Small Scale Industry

  • Forestry

Exercise | Q I. 6 | Page 296

Tertiary Sector includes.

  • Transport

  • Insurance

  • Banking

  • All of these

Exercise | Q I. 7 | Page 296

Which sector is not included in the occupational pattern?

  • Primary sector

  • Secondary sector

  • Tertiary sector

  • Private sector

Match the following

Exercise | Q I. 8 | Page 297

Match the List I with List II using the codes given below:

a. Agriculture, Forestry, Fishery and Mining 1. Unorganized sector
b. Manufacturing, Electricity Gas and Water Supply 2. Service Sector
c. Trade, Transport, and Communication 3. Secondary sector
d. Unincorporated Enterprises and Household industries. 4. Primary Sector
  • a-1, b-2, c-3, d-4
  • a-4, b-3, c-2, d-1
  • a-2, b-3, c-1, d-4
  • a-3, b-2, c-4, d-1
Exercise | Q I. 9 | Page 297

Which Delhi Sultan of medieval India formed ‘Employment Bureau’ to solve the unemployment problem.

  • Muhamad Bin Tugluq

  • Allauddin Khilji

  • Feroz Shah Tugluq

  • Balban

Exercise | Q I. 10 | Page 297

_________ sector is registered and follows government rules.

  • Agriculture

  • Organized

  • Unorganized

  • Private

Exercise | Q I. 11 | Page 297

________ sector provides job security and higher wages.

  • Public sector

  • Organised sector

  • Unorganised sector

  • Private sector

Exercise | Q I. 12 | Page 297

Find the odd one

  • Banking

  • Railways

  • Insurance

  • Small Scale Industry

Exercise | Q I. 13 | Page 297

The sectors are classified into Public and Private sectors on the basis of.

  • number of workers employed

  • nature of economic activity

  • ownership of enterprises

  • employment conditions

Exercise | Q I. 14 | Page 297

Assertion (A): The unorganized sector of the economy characterized by the household manufacturing activity and small-scale industry.

Reason (R): Jobs here are low paid and often not regular.

  • Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) explains (A)

  • Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) does not explain (A)

  • (A) is correct and (R) is false

  • (A) is false and (R) is true

Exercise | Q I. 15 | Page 297

People who employ workers and pay rewards for their work is termed as ______.

  • employee

  • employer

  • labour

  • caretaker

Exercise | Q I. 16 | Page 297

__________ continues to be the largest employer in Tamil Nadu.

  • Agriculture

  • Manufacturing

  • Banking

  • Small Scale Industry

Fill in the blank

Exercise | Q II. 1 | Page 297

In ______ sector, the employment terms are not fixed and regular.

Exercise | Q II. 2 | Page 297

Economic activities are classified into _______ and _______ sectors.

Exercise | Q II. 3 | Page 297

________ has always featured as an important element of development policy in India.

Exercise | Q II. 4 | Page 297

Employment pattern changes due to ______.

Exercise | Q II. 5 | Page 297

The nature of employment in India is ______.

Exercise | Q II. 6 | Page 297

________ of the economy is the number of people in the country, who work and also capable of working.

Exercise | Q II. 7 | Page 297

Public sector means ______________.

Exercise | Q III | Page 298

Match the following

1. Public sector a. Banking
2. Private sector b. Poultry
3. Primary sector c. Profit motive
4. Tertiary sector d. Service motive

Give Short answer

Exercise | Q IV. 1 | Page 298

What is labour force of the economy?

Exercise | Q IV. 2 | Page 298

Why are children and old age (above 60 years) are not considered for computation of workforce?

Exercise | Q IV. 3 | Page 298

What are the three sectors of an economy?

Exercise | Q IV. 4 | Page 298

Agriculture, despite a sharp decline in Gross Domestic Product, continues to be the largest employer in Tamil Nadu. Give reason.

Answer in detail

Exercise | Q V. 1. (a) | Page 298

Explain the primary sector. 

Exercise | Q V. 1. (b) | Page 298

Explain the secondary sector.

Exercise | Q V. 1. (c) | Page 298

Explain the tertiary sector.

Exercise | Q V. 2 | Page 298

Explain the employment structure of India.

Exercise | Q V. 3 | Page 298

Compare the employment conditions prevailing in the organized and unorganized sectors.

Exercise | Q V. 4 | Page 298

Distinguish between the Public sector and the Private sector.

Project and Activities

Exercise | Q VI. 1 | Page 298

Make a long list of all kinds of work that you find adults around you In what way can you classify them?

Exercise | Q VI. 2 | Page 298

A research scholar looked at the working people in the city of Chennai and found the following.

Place of work Nature of employment Percentage of working people
In offices and factories registered with the government. Organized 15
Own shops, office, clinics in marketplaces with a formal license.   20
People working on the street, construction workers, domestic workers.   25
Working in small workshops usually not registered with the government.    
Exercise | Q VI. 3 | Page 298

Classify the following list of occupations under primary, secondary, and tertiary sectors.

Milk vendor, tailor, teacher, doctor, farmer, postman, engineer, potter, fisherman, artisans, policeman, banker, driver, carpenter.

HOTS

Exercise | Q VII | Page 298

Tertiary sector is in top position in the world now Justify.

Life Skill

Exercise | Q VIII | Page 298

Discuss the sectors of your village economy.

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Chapter 4: Employment in India and Tamil Nadu

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