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MCQs on Cooperation & Co-operative Societies - 13

1. ……………..plays an equalizing role as a welfare factor in a capitalistic economy.

(a) Socialism
(b) Trade Unionism
(c) Joint Stock Companies
(d) Cooperation



2. …………….. and ……………….. are the two pioneers of cooperative movement in Germany.

(a) F. W. Raiffeisen and Franz Schulze
(b) Robert Owen and Dr. William King
(c) F.W Raiffeisen and Dr. William King
(d) Robert Owen and Franz Schulze



3. In ……… societies, the area of operation was large and membership ran into thousands.

(a) Raiffeisen
(b) Schulze-Delitzsch
(c) Both of them
(d) None of these


4. In ……………….societies, the area of operation was limited to one village or if that village happened to be small, then two or three villages were combined together.

(a) Raiffeisen
(b) Schulze-Delitzsch
(c) Both of them
(d) None of these



5. In … ……..societies, the surplus funds were not distributed as dividends but kept as reserves.

(a) Raiffeisen
(b) Schulze-Delitzsch
(c) Both of them
(d) None of these



6. The International Co-operative Alliance appointed a sub-committee in ……….. for the first reformulation of Principles of Co-operative Sector.

(a) 1954
(b) 1964
(c) 1934
(d) 1944


7. For the second reformulation of Principles of Co-operative Sector, The International Co-operative Alliance appointed a sub-committee in ……………

(a) 1944
(b) 1935
(c) 1954
(d) 1964



8. The International Co-operative Alliance revised the co-operative principles for the third time in its Manchester Congress in ………….

(a) 1964
(b) 1995
(c) 1934
(d) 1994


9. From the functional point of view the co-operative societies have been classified as

(a) Unregistered and auxiliary
(b) Unregistered and registered
(c) Rural and urban
(d) Primary and Secondary



10. From the legal point of view the co-operative societies have been classified as

(a) Unregistered and auxiliary
(b) Unregistered and registered
(c) Rural and urban
(d) Primary and Secondary




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