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MCQs on Cooperation & Co-operative Societies - 6

1. NAFED stands for

(a) National Agricultural Cooperative Marketing Federation
(b) National Agricultural and Fisheries Marketing Federation
(c) National Association of Fisheries Marketing Federation
(d) National Apex Federation



2. The ………………. Established in 1958 has been playing an important role in the development of cooperative marketing in India.

(a) National Agricultural Cooperative Marketing Federation
(b) National Agricultural and Fisheries Marketing Federation
(c) National Association of Fisheries Marketing Federation
(d) National Apex Federation



3. The …………………..implemented the “Operation Flood Programme”.

(a) NDDB 
(b) NCDC 
(c) NCHF 
(d) HDFC



4. LAMPS, TDCCFs, BISCOLAMF, TRIFED are cooperatives working for the upliftment of 

(a) Scheduled Castes
(b) Scheduled Tribes
(c) Rural areas
(d) Urban areas



5. The Jute industry is one of the major industries in 

(a) Gujarat 
(b) Tamil Nadu 
(c) West Bengal 
(d) Haryana



6. The first Diary Cooperative Society was registered in 1913 at 

(a) Anand in Gujarat
(b) Allahabad in UP
(c) Aurangabad in Maharashtra
(d) Ahmedabad in Gujarat



7. The first marketing cooperative was organized at Hubli in the former Bombay province in 

(a) 1905 
(b) 1910 
(c) 1915 
(d) 1920



8. The first Diary Cooperative Society was registered in 1913 at Allahabad in UP was called

(a) Katra Cooperative Dairy Society
(b) Kaira District Cooperative Milk Producers Union
(c) District Cooperative Milk Society
(d) Allahabad Cooperative Dairy Society



9. The Kaira District Cooperative Milk Producers Union at Anand was formed in 

(a) 1913 
(b) 1923 
(c) 1936 
(d) 1946



10. The National Cooperative Consumers’ Federation was established during
the ………Plan.

(a) First five year
(b) Second five year
(c) Third five year
(d) Fourth five year



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1. The memorable phrase ‘each for all and all for each’ was coined when the ………. was formed with the membership of poor people for poor farmers and artisans.

(a) Heddesdorf Credit Union
(b) Heddesdorf Beneficent Society
(c) Poor People’s Committee
(d) The General Union of German Industrial Societies



2. ………………..in Frankfurt is now the largest single retail organization in the Coop Group in Germany.

(a) Coop AG
(b) Coop Dortmund Konsumgenossenschaft eG
(c) Coop Schleswig-Holstein eG
(d) Coop Store



3. ………………..is now the second retail organization in the Coop Group in Germany.

(a) Coop AG
(b) Coop Dortmund Konsumgenossenschaft eG
(c) Coop Schleswig-Holstein eG
(d) Coop Store



4. ………………..in Kiel is now the third largest organization which accounts for 8% of overall coop business in Germany.

(a) Coop AG
(b) Coop Dortmund Konsumgenossenschaft eG
(c) Coop Schleswig-Holstein eG
(d) Coop Store



5. ……………,who contributed the maximum to the spread of the cooperative movement in Germany, was the Mayor of Weyerbusch.

(a) F.W. Raiffeisen
(b) Herr Franz Schulze
(c) Dr. Hass
(d) None of these



6. …………. was a German who organized cooperative societies for providing credit to big farmers.

(a) F.W. Raiffeisen
(b) Herr Franz Schulze
(c) Dr. Hass
(d) None of these



7. ……………..contributed the maximum to the spread of the cooperative movement in Germany.

(a) F.W. Raiffeisen
(b) Herr Franz Schulze
(c) Dr. Hass
(d) None of these



8. ………………organized a ‘Poor People’s Committee’ which provided food to the poor and reovered the loan after the expiry of the specific period. 

(a) F.W. Raiffeisen
(b) Herr Franz Schulze
(c) Dr. Hass
(d) None of these



9. A new society where poor people were members of the society was constituted by ……………., under the name of ‘Heddesdorf Credit Union,’ to give credit to deserving farmers and artisans for productive purposes.

(a) F.W. Raiffeisen
(b) Herr Franz Schulze
(c) Dr. Hass
(d) None of these


10. The trade unions and cooperatives jointly entered the life insurance field and …………… was founded before the First World war to provide better and cheap insurance cover to the poor.

(a) ‘ALTE-VOLKSFURSORGE’
(b) Federation of German Trade Unions
(c) Central Association of German Consumers
(d) GEG



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1. Expand ICFO

(a) International Cooperative Fisheries Organisation
(b) International Cooperative Financing Organisation
(c) International cooperative Finance Organisation
(d) International Cooperative Food Organisation



2. Expand ICFTU

(a) International confederation of Free Trade Unions
(b) International Conference of Finance in Trade Unions
(c) International Conference of Financing Tourism Unions
(d) International Confederation of Free Tour Unions


3. The Deccan Agriculturists’ Relief Act was passed in 

(a) 1879 
(b) 1889 
(c) 1979 
(d) 1909



4. The Land Improvement Loans Act was passed in

(a) 1983 
(b) 1883 
(c) 1873 
(d) 1884



5. The Agriculturists Loan Act was passed in 

(a) 1983 
(b) 1883 
(c) 1873 
(d) 1884



6. The Madras Government sent……………….for studying the cooperative movements in European countries.

(a) Sir Federik Nicholson
(b) Sir Edward Law
(c) Dr. William King
(d) Sir Maclagan


7. In …………….the National Cooperative Development Corporation(NCDC) was established for strengthening the cooperative activities.

(a) 1961 
(b) 1962 
(c) 1963 
(d) 1964



8. Expand NCDC

(a) National Cooperative Development Corporation
(b) National Cooperative Dairy Corporation
(c) National Consumers Development Corporation
(d) National Consumers Dairy Cooperative



9. In the ……………….five year plan the All India Rural Credit Review Committee was set up.

(a) First
(b) Second
(c) Third
(d) Fourth



10. In 1970 the Reserve bank of India set up the ………………for the review of rural credit system.

(a) All India Rural Credit Review Committee
(b) National Cooperative Development Corporation
(c) Committee of Direction of the Rural Credit Survey
(d) All of the above



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1. The Brighton Cooperative Benevolent Association and the Cooperative Trading Association was formed by

(a) Robert Owen
(b) Dr. William King
(c) C.R. Fay
(d) Rochdale Pioneers



2. The “Rochdale Friendly Cooperative Society” was formed in 

(a) 1830 
(b) 1930 
(c) 1730 
(d) 1630



3. On 21/12/1844, the Rochdale Pioneers established a society with a working capital of 

(a) 28 pounds
(b) 200 pounds
(c) 50 pounds
(d) 100 pounds



4.. . ……………..is based on the principle of self interest, maximization of profits and exploitation.

(a) co-operation
(b) capitalism
(c) socialism
(d) trade unionism



5.. …………is based on the principle of self-help through mutual help, abolition of profits and service above self help.

(a) co-operation
(b) capitalism
(c) socialism
(d) trade unionism



6. In ……………….form of business organization profit earning is the fundamental motive.

(a) co-operation
(b) capitalism
(c) socialism
(d) trade unionism



7. In…………….. each works for all and all work for each.

(a) co-operation
(b) capitalism
(c) socialism
(d) trade unionism



8. In …………. the state is supreme, while in …………… the individual
freedom occupies the front position.

(a) co-operation, capitalism
(b) capitalism, co-operation
(c) socialism, capitalism
(d) socialism, co-operation



9.…………….pre-supposes the dominance of the State, whereas the cooperative
movement does not accept State interference.

(a) co-operation
(b) capitalism
(c) socialism
(d) trade unionism


10.…………………has been compared to a “State within A State”

(a) State
(b) Cooperation
(c) Capitalism
(d) Socialism



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1. The Head office of NCDC is at

(a) Calcutta
(b) Mumbai
(c) Chennai
(d) Delhi



2. Rebate is related to ------- type of societies

(a) Consumer
(b) Marketing
(c) Handlooms
(d) Apcos



3. The custodian of minutes book of a society is

(a) President
(b) Secretary
(c) The Registrar
(d) MD



4. Production bonus is given by --------- societies

(a) Consumer
(b) Marketing
(c) Diary
(d) Farming



5. The binding up of a co-operative Society means

(a) Registration
(b) Liquidation
(c) Amalgamation
(d) Reconstruction



6. The constitution of a society is its

(a) Act
(b) Rules
(c) General body
(d) Bylaw



7.  --------- has the right to sign in the identity card of a member a Co-operative Society

(a) Secretary
(b) President
(c) Registrar
(d) Election Officer



8. Co-operative societies with area of operation more than two states is registered by

(a) Central Government
(b) NCUI
(c) Central Registrar
(d) RBI



9. Admission of members and allocation of shares in a Co-operative Society is the duty of

(a) President
(b) Secretary
(c) General Body
(d) Managing committee



10. An important document for the membership in a Co-operative Society is

(a) Minute book
(b) Receipt
(c) Passbook
(d) Identity card



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MCQs on Indian Constitution

India is a Sovereign Socialist Secular Democratic Republic with a Parliamentary System of Government. The Republic is governed in terms of the Constitution. The Constitution of India lays down the framework defining fundamental political principles, establishes the structure, procedures, powers and duties of government institutions and sets out fundamental rights, directive principles and the duties of citizens. It is the supreme law of India. All our laws derive their authority and force from the Constitution and the Constitution derives its authority from the people. 

Indian constitution is one of the important topic for most of the competitive examinations. Thorough knowledge in this topic will help us to score more marks in these examinations. Some of the important mcqs which are frequently asked in various examinations are provided below. Please go through the questions and refresh your memory. 

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MCQs on Indian Constitution - 9

1. By which fundamental right other fundamental rights is protected?

(a) Right to Constitutional Remedies
(b) Right to live
(c) Right to freedom 
(d) Right to equality



2.Which of the following is not a fundamental right

(a) Right to Speak
(b) Right to Strike
(c) Right to carry out religious rituals
(d) Right to Equality



3. Which of the following has ceased to be a fundamental right in the Indian Constitution?

(a) Right to live
(b) Right to Constitutional remedies
(c) Right to Property
(d) Right to education for the children upto 14 years



4. Right to property is a legal right under the 

(a) Article 22
(b) Article 200 A
(c) Article 24
(d) Article 300 A



5. The Right to private property was dropped from the list of fundamental rights by the  

(a) 44th Amendment
(b) 42nd Amendment
(c) 61st Amendment
(d) 75th Amendment



6. The Right to equality guaranteed by the Indian Constitution does not include 

(a) Equality of status
(b) Economic equality
(c) Equality of opportunity
(d) Equality before law



7. Which was described by Dr. B. R. Ambedkar as the ‘Heart and Soul of the Constitution’? 

(a) Preamble
(b) Directive Principles of State Policy
(c) Right to Constitutional Remedies
(d) Right to freedom



8. The Right to Constitutional Remedies are 

(a) Fundamental Duties
(b) Directive Principles of State Policy
(c) Legal Rights
(d) Fundamental Rights



9. The Constitutional remedies under the Article 32 can be suspended by the

(a) Parliament
(b) President
(c) Supreme Courts
(d) Central cabinet



10. Writs can be issued for the enforcement of Fundamental Rights by the 

(a) Supreme Court
(b) High Courts
(c) Parliament
(d) Both (a) & (b)




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