CSC economic survey exam question

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Introduction of Economic Census

  1. What is Economic Census?
     Complete count of all establishments or units located within the geographical
    boundaries of the Territory.
     Complete count of all establishments or units located within the geographical
    boundaries of the States.
     Complete count of all establishments or units located within the geographical
    boundaries of the Country.
     Complete count of all establishments or units located within the geographical
    boundaries of the District.
  2. Economic Census is a 100% centrally sponsored scheme of the Ministry of Statistics
    and Program Implementation.
     True
     False
  3. Why do we need Economic Census?
     Detailed account of the state of the economy, prospects and the policy
    challenges.
     Identify the population of economic units
     Update the business register
     All of the above
  4. What is the importance of Economic Census?
     Pillars for data collection on the number and characteristics of the economic
    units of a Country.
     Pillars for data collection on the number and characteristics of the economic
    units of a State.
     Pillars for data collection on the number and characteristics of the economic
    units of a Territory.
     Pillars for data collection on the number and characteristics of the economic
    units of a District.
  5. When first economic census conducted by DES?
     1977
     2005
     2008
     1998
  6. When 4th Economic Census conducted?
     2005

 1998
 1980
 2013

  1. What is the year when last Economic Census conducted?
     2013
     1977
     2000
     1998
  2. All households and establishments are proposed to be covered Economic Census
     True
     False
  3. Who are not covered during this Economic Census?
     Compulsory social security,
     House maid
     Indian Air force
     All of the above
  4. The third Economic census was conducted along with the house listing operations of
    the population census, 1991 on the same pattern of Economic Census.
     True
     False

BEHAVIORAL SKILLS

  1. Which one is more important for an Enumerator in communication skill?
     Reading and Writing
     Listening and Speaking
     A and B
     None of the above
  2. What kind of behaviour enumerator should have?
     Critical thinking
     Extrovert
     Social Perceptiveness
     Coordinator
  3. Control of anger, arrogance, or aggression is a very important trait of successful
    enumerators.
     True
     False
  4. Stable personality is the way through which one can create an ____ in the
    minds of others.
     Impression
     Strength
     Weakness
     Personality
  5. What kind of qualities that a Good Enumerator should possess?
     Physical stamina
     Time Management
     Active Learning
     All
  6. How to deal with women?
     Patiently explain them about the questions ask and clear their doubts
     A and C
     Should not explain the technical details of the questions
     Enumerator should be patient enough to repeatedly explain the questions to
    villagers in the local language.
  7. How an enumerator will Interacting with individuals and people in a group?
     B and C

 Without being biased of the caste, religion and gender, every person should be
considered equally by enumerator
 Enumerator should be patient enough to repeatedly explain the questions to
villagers in the local language.
 enumerator should possess good physical and mental health so that he can work at
a stress with a huge number of interviewees.

  1. What is Empathy?
     Enumerator should be using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and
    weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems.
     ability to understand or share feelings or attitudes of others.
     enumerator should from biases and undue emotions.
     None of the above
  2. The enumerator should be free from biases and undue emotions. Is this definition of
    Emotionally mature?
     True
     False
  3. What is Persuasion?
     Using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative
    solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems.
     Monitoring/Assessing performance of yourself, to make improvements or take
    corrective actions in the next course.
     A good enumerator should be able to persuade others to change their minds or
    behaviour, but in a polite manner.
     None of the above

Responsibilities of Enumerator and Supervisor

  1. A person visiting door-to-door, to count the people and gather demographic or
    economic data can also be defined as an _
     Enumerator
     Supervisor
     Residential
     VLE
  2. is responsible for monitoring the work of __.
     Supervisor and enumerator.
     Enumerator and supervisor.
     VLE and Residential
     None of the above.
  3. Qualification of Supervisor?
     Whichever is VLE’s qualification
     Minimum Higher Secondary
     Minimum Secondary
     Minimum Graduation
  4. Qualification of Enumerator?
     Minimum higher secondary
     Minimum graduation
     Minimum Secondary
     None of the above
  5. Role of Enumerator in Economic Census:
     Pre preparation of Enumerator before field operation Activity –
     Field Operation Activity –
     Post Field Operation Activity –
     All of the above
  6. Enumerator should always display their __ whenever you go for enumeration
    work.
     Identity card
     Appointment letter
     Educational certificate
     VLE Certificate
  7. For carrying out of field operation to enumerator how many days are given?

 5days
 10days
 15days
 20days

  1. What are the materials needed for Enumerator to complete the Economic
    Census?
     Text and PPT
     PPT and Video
     Video and Handbook
     All of the above
  2. Enumerator also required to update the house numbering and prepare a fresh
    Layout Map during Population Enumeration.
     True
     False
    10.Should Enumerator visit an isolated building and household which is within the
    boundary of the village/Enumeration Block.
     Yes
     No

Enumeration & Enumeration Block
What is enumeration?


A. The process of interviewing people and recording or listing the information on
survey forms is enumeration
B. The process of count of all the establishment
C. Listing only people who lives in that particular EB
D. Count only households
Why enumeration occurred?
A. For calculating Households, Establishments, Population & income
B. For calculating houses & population only
C. Only establishment
D. None of these
From which survey we estimate the households, population & approximate income?
A. Economic census Survey
B. Enumeration Survey
C. None of these
D. Establishment Survey
What is the smallest administrative unit for conducting economic census?
A. An Enumeration
B. The Enumeration Block
C. The 7th Economic census
D. Above of all
EB (Enumeration Block) are small areas created under…
A. One region
B. A City
C. One & more than one village
D. Both B & C
The region is divided into small EB to cover…
A. Each & every establishment
B. Only households
C. Only Establishment
D. None of them
An EB broadly covers how many households & populations?
A. 120 households or a population of 600
B. 130 households or a population of 1000
C. 200 households or a population of 1500
D. None of these
Who is an enumerator?
A. An entrepreneur who has been allotted a particular EB in a region to conduct the census.

B. An entrepreneur who has been allotted for count each & every house, shop,
establishment and report to his/her supervisor.
C. ??
D. ??
Last Population census occurred on which year?
A. 2011
B. 2013
C. 2014
D. None of these
In which case, an EB includes a whole village or even more than one village?
A. Village areas
B. Hilly areas
C. Town area
D. Both A & C
In EB which Portion is under District?
A. Taluka/Statutory Town
B. Village
C. House listing block
D. Census town & Wards
What are the tools to on board the field survey?
A. Abridged House List (AHL) and Layout Map (LM) of an EB
B. House listing Blocks (HLBs) of EB
C. Household (HH)
D. None of them

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