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Important prelims Questions on Schemes for Women - Part 3
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Women issues is the favorite of UPSC at all level of the exam. From prelims perspective schemes for Women are important.

Faizan Khan
An engineer from IIT Kharagpur with over 4 years of teaching experience in both IIT JEE & UPSC CSE.

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  1. Consider the following statements regarding SABLA I. Scheme SABLA has two major components viz. Nutrition and Non Nutrition. Il. The scheme aims at empowering girls in the age group of 11-16 years Ill. It also aims towards mainstreaming out of school AGs into formalinon formal education Which of the above st tement(s) is/are correct? a) I only b) I and ll only c) I and Ill only d) All of the above


  2. Consider the following statements regarding SABLA I. Scheme SABLA has two major components viz. Nutrition and Non Nutrition. Il. The scheme aims at empowering girls in the age group of 11-16 years IlI. It also aims towards mainstreaming out of school AGs into formalinon formal education Which of the above st tement(s) is/are correct? a) I only b) I and Il only c) I and IIl only d) All of the above


  3. Consider the following statements regarding SABLA The scheme SABLA aims at empowering Adolescent Girls (AGs) (11- 18 years) through nutrition, health care and life skills education Scheme Sabla has two major components viz. Nutrition and Non Nutrition. Under the Nutrition component, the out of school AGs in the age group of 11-14 years attending AWCs and all girls in the age group of 14-18 years are provided Supplementary Nutrition containing 600 calories, 18-20 grams of protein and micronutrients per day for 300 days in a year. The non-nutrition component addresses the developmental needs of adolescent girls. Under this component out of school adolescent girls of 11-18 years are being provided IFA supplementation, health check-up & referral services, nutrition & health education, ARSH counseling/guidance on family welfare, life skill education, guidance on acessing public services and vocational training (only 16-18 year old adolescent girls). It also aims towards mainstreaming out of school AGs into formal/non formal education. Nearly 100 lakh adolescent girls per annum are expected to be benefitted under the scheme


  4. Consider the following statements regarding National Policy for Women 2016: I. The policy promises comprehensive social protection mechanism for single women such as widows, deserted, separated and divorced women. Il. It recommends gender disaggregated data across all important dimensions of women's life. III. It outlines issues of elderly women at menopausal age and other physical health condition of women. Which of the above statement(s) islare correct? a) I only b) I and Il only c) I and Ill only d) All of the above


  5. Consider the following statements regarding National Policy for Women 2016: I. The policy promises comprehensive social protection mechanism for single women such as widows, deserted, separated and divorced women. Il. It recommends gender disaggregated data across all important dimensions of women's life. lll. It outlines issues of elderly women at conditionsol agnand other physical health condition of women. Which of the above statement(s) islare correct? a) Lonly b) I and Il only e), landlll-only d) All of the above


  6. Health including food security and nutrition Education Economy Governance and Decision Making Violence Against Women Enabling Environment Environment and Climate Change


  7. Consider the following statements: 1. Work Participation rate of female workers in rural areas is more than in urban areas. 2. Female labour force participation rate in agriculture is more than men. Which of the above statement(s) islare correct? a) 1 only b) 2 only c) Both 1 and 2 d) None of the above


  8. Consider the following statements: 1. Work Participation rate of female workers in rural areas is more than in urban areas. 2. Female labour force participation rate in agriculture is more than men. Which of the above statement(s) islare correct? a) 1 only b) 2 only c) Both 1 and 2 d) None of the above


  9. Consider the following statements Work Participation rate of female workers in rural areas is higher which stood at 30% as compared to the work participation rate of only 15.4% in urban areas as per census 2011 Rural women in India are concentrated in agriculture to a much larger extent than men With around 60% of India's population engaged in farming, women contribute to almost 70-80% of farming activities but they are neither legally, nor socially recognised as


  10. Consider the following statements warmers. There is significant gender segmentation of operations in agriculture While men predominates in activities such as ploughing and harvesting which have largely become mechanised, women predominates in activities like weeding, transplanting and intercropping that involve more drudgery Technological implements are either not available, or women have little access to them