General Studies II
Given below are six items. Each item describes a situation and is followed by four possible responses. Indicate the response you find most appropriate. Choose only one response for each item. The responses will be evaluated based on the level of appropriateness for the given situation.
Please attempt all the items. There is no penalty for wrong answers for these six items.
You are in-charge of implementing the Family Planning programme in an area where there is a strong opposition to the present policy. You want to convince the residents of the need for keeping small families. What would be the best way of communicating this message ?
A By logically explaining to the residents the need for family planning to improve the health and living standards.
B By encouraging late marriages and proper spacing of children.
C By of fering incentives for adopting family planning dcvices.
D By askinig people who have been sterilized or are using contraceptives to directly talk to the residents.