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Which is the year in which the academic policy introduced by the same system of education has been published throughout the country?
Which was the year of National education policy which issued primary education?
As per census 2011 Literacy rate in Tamil Nadu
World Literacy day
Who brought the law to abolish labor unrest
World Population day
What is the name called by unfortunate population growth?
Who introduced the 20 point plan?
Jawahar Rojkar yojana plan is related to.
Which is/are the correct pair?
- 5th Five year plan - Poverty abolition
- 7th Five year plan - Self-sufficiency in food production
- 10th Five year plan - Importance for agriculture
- 1st Five year plan - Double the individual personal income
1 and 2
3 and 4
2 and 4
1,2,3 and 4
How many people are below the poverty line in the population?
What is name is called by “ Unable to achieve a minimum life condition”?
What is the name called by socio-economic imbalances are seen in people living in different areas?
What is the year of international literacy?
The primary school should be created in the population. Minimum How many population according to the program of education for everyone to create a school?
Sarva siksha abiyan
Primary education for all children
Growth plan for children
Higher education for all children
Intermediate education for all
Who introduced “Minimum Learning level”
Which of the following is/are wrong pair?
- National Child labor policy – 1987
- Law for the Garden workers – 1949
- Child labor law - 1986
- Children Labor act – 1951
1,2 and 3
2,3 and 4
2 and 4
1,2,3 and 4
Vocational training for young people led to self-employment
Rural youth employment opportunity
National Rural employment scheme
None of the above.
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