A Shirt in the Market MCQ Questions for Class 7 Social Science Chapter 9 with Answers

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MCQ Questions for Class 7 Social Science Civics Social and Political Life – I

Q1. Who links the producer of cotton to the buyer at the supermarket?

(i) A chain of market
(ii) Only wholesalers
(iii) None
(iv) both

(i) A chain of market

Q2. Budh bazaar and Shani bazaar are the example of

(i) Shopping complex
(ii) Weekly market
(iii) International market
(iv) Shops in neighbourhood

(ii) Weekly market

Q3. How much amount did Swapna borrow to buy seeds, fertilizers, pesticides etc.?

(i) Rs 1500
(ii) Rs 2000
(iii) Rs 2500
(iv) Rs 3000

(iii) Rs 2500

Q4. The amount that is left or gained from earnings after deducting all the costs. If the costs are more than the earnings, it would lead to a loss.

(i) Profit
(ii) Expenditure
(iii) Income
(iv) Revenue

(i) Profit

Q5. The one of the world’s biggest bi-weekly market of Erode is located in:

(i) Kerala
(ii) Karnataka
(iii) Tamil Nadu
(iv) None these

(iii) Tamil Nadu

Q6. __ removes the seeds and presses the cotton into bales

(i) Ginning Mill
(ii) Traders
(iii) Dealers
(iv) Spinning Mill

(i) Ginning Mill

Q7. Where is cotton sold in Andhra Pradesh?

(i) Kurnool
(ii) Hyderabad
(iii) Vijaywada
(iv) None of these

(i) Kurnool

Q8. Why is women are employed in the garment factories?

(i) Thread cutting
(ii) Buttoning
(iii) Ironing and packaging
(iv) All of the above

(iv) All of the above

Q9. What do you think large farmers would sell their cotton?

(i) Weekly market
(ii) Market
(iii) Export
(iv) Import

(ii) Market

Q10. Where can one-buy branded product from

(i) Wholesale market
(ii) Neighbour shops
(iii) Shopping complex
(iv) Weekly market

(iii) Shopping complex

Q11. Which is the largest cloth market in the world?

(i) Tamil Nadu
(ii) Delhi
(iii) Ahmedabad
(iv) Agra

(i) Tamil Nadu

Q12. A series of markets that are connected like links in a chain because products pass from one market to another.

(i) Chain of shops
(ii) Chain of traders
(iii) Chain of mall
(iv) Chain of markets

(iv) Chain of markets

Q13. Who buys the bales of cotton to convert them into yarn?

(i) Ginning mill
(ii) Spinning mill
(iii) Cleaning mill
(iv) Weaving mill

(ii) Spinning mill

Q14. What work do the women at the Impex garment factory produce

(i) Buttoning
(ii) Thread cutting
(iii) Ironing
(iv) All of these

(iv) All of these

Q15. Who from the following is part of ‘putting out system?

(i) Farmers
(ii) Weavers
(iii) Consumers
(iv) Foreign buyers

(ii) Weavers

Q16. Wavers can obtain raw materials through

(i) agricultural cooperatives
(ii) mandis
(iii) Weavers cooperative
(iv) None of Above

(iii) Weavers cooperative

Q17. Why do you think more women are employed in the Impex garment factory?

(i) They don’t take leave
(ii) They agree to work at lowest wages
(iii) They do finishing work
(iv) None of these

(ii) They agree to work at lowest wages

Q18. Erode’s bi-weekly cloth market in Tamil Nadu is one of the largest cloth markets in the _.

(i) State
(ii) World
(iii) India
(iv) Asia

(ii) World

Q19. Who does not earn any profit when a sihirt is sold to a consumer?

(i) Businessperson
(ii) Merchant
(iii) Worker
(iv) Exporter

(iii) Worker

Q20. How much is the earning of Swapna from cotton cultivation

(i) Earning from cotton cultivation is barely more than her earning if she would work as a labourer
(ii) Earning from cotton cultivation is significantly more then with her earning if she would work as a labourer
(iii) Earning from cotton cultivation double with her earning if she would work as a labourer
(iv) Earning from cotton cultivation less than with her earning if she would work as a labourer

(i) Earning from cotton cultivation is barely more than her earning if she would work as a labourer

Q21. People assessed the market depends upon following factors except

(i) Advertisement
(ii) Convenience
(iii) Credit given
(iv) Availability

(i) Advertisement

Q22. The amount that is left or gained from earnings after deduction of all the costs is called

(i) losses
(ii) profits
(iii) investment
(iv) all of these

(ii) profits

Q23. The weavers depend on merchants for

(i) Raw material
(ii) Market
(iii) Both (i) and (ii)
(iv) None of the above

(iii) Both (i) and (ii)

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