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SARVAYOGAM SCHOOL

Standard : 10 : SOCIAL STUDY ( lesson 7)

Q.1

Choose the correct.


[Marks : 50]
(1) Under the wildlife protection act which area is not included?
(a) National parks

(b) Reserves

(c) Museums

(d) Sanctuaries

(2) When was the Bombay Natural History Society established?


(a) In 1883

(b) 1915

(c) In 1983

(d) In 1842

(3) Which is the oldest organization that works for the protection of environment and
wildlife?
(a) Karnataka Natural History Society
(c) Bombay Natural History Society

(b) Karnataka Natural History Society


(d) environmental Preservation Society

(4) Where is Railway Heritage Museum located?


(a) Mumbai

(b) Calcutta

(c) Delhi

(d) Vadodara

(5) Lyngdoh Grove is situated in which state?


(a) Jharkhand

(b) Rajasthan

(c) Maharashtra

(d) Meghalaya

(6) Nagarjunsagar (dam) is built on which river?


(a) Godavari

(b) Kaveri

(c) Krishna (d) Tungabhadra

(7) Which museum is in Delhi?


(a) Prince of Whales

(b) Charles of Whales

(c) National Archieves

(d) Duke of whales


(8) Many herbal plants useful in snakebites are found in the groves of _____
(a) Eringol Kavoo

(b) Jeheras

(c) Sarnas

(d) Lyngdoh

(9) Who has taken up the responsibility of looking after our national monuments?
(a) The National Archieves

(b) The Department of Archaeology

(c) Wildlife Advisiory Board

(d) Bombay Natural History Society

(10) Which museum in Patna preserves our ancient heritage?


(a) Shri Mahavir Jain Aradhana Kendra

(b) Shri National archive Museum

(c) Shri Hemchandra library

(d) None of these

(11) Where is Indira Gnadhi National Museum?


(a) Amritsar

(b) Jaipur

(c) Bhopal

(d) Lucknow

(12) At which place was the Papnasham temple complex in Andhra Pradesh
translocated?
(a) Alampur

(b) Markapur

(c) Pulivedala

(d) Kazipet

(13) In which year was the board established for the protection of the wildlife?
(a) In 1962

(b) In 1952

(c) 1958

(d) In 1960

(14) Who is responsible to look after the maintenance of National Monuments?


(a) None of these

(b) Indian Archaeological Department

(c) British Archaeological Department

(d) Historical Archaeological Department

(15) Which sacred groves are located in Kerala?


(a) Dev Rahati

(b) Sarnas

(c) Lyngdoh

(d) Eringol Kavoo

(16) In which year the Indian Board of Wildlife was constituted?


(a) 1962 AD

(b) 1950 AD

(c) 1952 AD

(d) 1942 AD

(17) Who had given protection and encouragement to artists and artisians?
(a) Kings

(b) Foreigners

(c) Saints

(d) Businessmen

(18) The act of Preservation of archaeological remains archaeological excavations and


other

monuments was passed during the time of which Viceroy?

(a) Mountbatten

(b) Curzon

(c) Lytton

(d) Linlithgow

(19) Who had for the first time formulated the law for the protection of archaeological
heritage in India?
(a) British Viceroy Lord Rippon

(b) British Viceroy Lord Curzon

(c) British Viceroy Lord Linlithgow

(d) British Viceroy Lord Lyttom

(20) The oldest institution set up for the conservation of wild animals is ______
(a) National Museum

(b) Wild Life Advisory Board

(c) Bharatiya Museum

(d) Mumbai Natural History Society

(21) In which state is the Kazirangana National Park situated?


(a) Bihar

(b) Assam

(c) Gujarat

(d) Meghalaya

(22) If any Indian citizen finds any antique thing while digging then according
under which Indian act he has to inform the archaeological department?
(a) Indian Archaeological Trove Act

(b) Archaeological Preservation Act

(c) Indian Treasure Trove Act

(d) Archaeological Remains Act

(23) Who had addressed the 'World Parliament of Religions held in Chicago ?
(a) Swami Vivekananda

(b) Raja Ram Mohan Roy

(c) Swami Ramkrishna Paramhans

(d) Swami Dayanand Saraswati

(24) In which year , Ancient Monuments and Archaeological sites and Remains Act was
passed?
(a) 1962 AD

(b) 1954 AD

(c) 1958 AD

(d) 1959 AD

(25) In which state is the Lyndon sacred grove situated?

(a) Meghalaya

(b) Assam

(c) Arunachal Pradesh

(d) Bihar

(26) According to Swami Vivekanand, which lessons has the Hindu religion taught die
world?
(a) Compassion and Brotherhood

(b) Compassion and Communalism

(c) Unity and Diversity

(d) Culture and Civilization

(27) From which grove useful herbal plants were found?


(a) Lyngdoh

(b) Dev rahti

(c) Sarnas

(d) Eringol Kavoo


(28) On which heritage the development of our country's tours and tourism industry is
based?
(a) Financial

(b) Oceanic

(c) Industrial

(d) Cultural

SARVAYOGAM SCHOOL
Standard : 10 : SOCIAL STUDY ( lesson 9)
Q.1 Choose the correct. [Marks : 50]
(1) What category does chitah in India belong to?
(a) On the verge of ectinction

(b) Extinct

(c) None vulnerable

(d) Endangered

(2) Which is the National Animal of India?


(a) The lion

(b) The elephant

(c) the rhinoceros

(d) The tiger

(3) Which type of areas was decided to be made by UNESCO in its programme "Man
and Reserve Regions"?
(a) Forest areas

(b) National Parks

(c) Sanctuaries

(d) Reserve

(4) Which king's note of laws made for the preservation of Wildlife is found in history?
(a) Shahjahan

(b) Vikramaditya

(c) Ashoka

(d) Akbar

(5) From the liquid of which tree is turpentine is obtained?


(a) Spruce

(b) Cedar

(c) Chil

(d) Deodar

(6) _____ forests occupy 29.2% area out of the total forest area.
(a) Mangrove

(b) Reserved

(c) Preserved

(d) Unclassified

(7) In which area cultivation and cattle grazing prohibited?


(a) Reserved forests (b) Sanctuaties

(c) Protected Forests

(d) National Parks

(8) To protect the Deodar Forests in which State the 'Chipko Movement ' took place?
(a) Rajasthan

(b) Madhya Pradesh

(c) Chhattisgraph

(9) Which state of India have minimum forest area?


(a) Rajasthan

(b) Gujarat

(c) Punjab

(d) Haryana

(d) Uttaranchal

(10) Which bio reserce area is located in Uttaranchal?


(a) Panchmadhi

(b) Nandadevi

(c) Sundarvan

(d) Similipal

(11) How many bio reserves are there in India?


(a) 53

(b) 13

(c) 33

(d) 23

(12) A place where development and protection of biodiversity as well as


protection of wild animals and natural beauty is carried out is known as
(a) Preserved forest

(b) Reserve

(c) Sanctuary

____

(d) National Park

(13) In which month 'Van Mahotsav is celebrated?


(a) January

(b) October

(c) March

(d) July

(14) Out of total forest area in India on how many percentage of land reserved forests
are found?
(a) 16.4

(b) 27.4

(c) 54.4

(d) 29.2

(15) What is celebrated between 2 Oct. to 9 Oct.?


(a) World Nature week (b) Van Mahotsav

(c) Environment week (d) Wild life week

(16) What kind of area is Panchmadhi?


(a) Sanctuary

(b) National Park

(c) Reserves

(d) National Marine Park

(17) What is the total area of the forests in the coastal regions?
(a) 60%

(b) 80%

(c) 40%

(d) 20%

(18) Give the name of the animal which is found in the little Rann of Kachchh and
nowhere else in the world.
(a) Bear

(b) Camel

(c) Elephant

(d) Wild Ass

(19) Where is "National Marine Park" situated?


(a) Gulf of Kachchh

(b) Gulf of Mannar

(c) Gulf of Iran (d) Gulf of Khambhat

(20) How much forest cover Andaman and Nicobar islands have?
(a) 83.9%

(b) less than 60%

(c) more than 60%

(d) 86.9%

(21) In which state Bandipur National Park is situated?


(a) Madhya Pradesh

(b) Assam

(c) Karnataka

(d) Uttaranchal

(22) Which of the following animals does not belong to the category of "On the verge of
ectinction?"
(a) Hhorad

(b) Cheetah

(c) Dugong

(d) Water Cat

(23) Which sanctuary is located in Kerala?


(a) Periyar

(b) Chandraprabha

(c) Dachigam

(d) Madurnalai

(24) From the following in which forest area farming and cattle grazing is
allowed with some laws and restrictions?

(a) Mangrove forests

(b) Unclassified forests

(c) Reserved forests

(d) Preserved forests

(25) From the following which is the important method through which soil
erosion does not take place?
(a) Gully erosion

(b) Sheet erosion

(c) Erosion through plantation of trees

(d) Wind erosion

(26) What are the trees considered as in 'Vikram charita'?


(a) Wealth

(b) Mahatma ( megnanimous)

(c) Benevolent

(d) Asint

(27) Which civilization of India is considered as 'Forest civilization'?


(a) Dravidian

(b) Aryan Civilization

(c) None of these

(d) Sangam

(28) Which day is celebrated as the 'World Environment Day'?


(a) June 5

(b) December 29

(c) October 4

(d) March 21

(29) How much percentage of land in India is covered by forests?


(a) 23.3

(b) 21

(c) 23

(d) 22.5

(30) In to how many categories the forests are classified according to their density?
(a) Three

(b) Four

(c) Two

(d) Five

(31) In which state is Dachigam wild life sanctuary situated?


(a) Madhya Pradesh

(b) Assam

(c) Uttaranchal

(d) Jammu Kashmir

(32) Which of the following does not belong to the vulnerable wildlife species?
(a) Leopard

(b) dolphin

(c) Ghorad

(d) Indian wolf

(33) Unclassified forests occupy ___ % area. out of the total forest area.
(a) 54.4

(b) 29.2

(c) 16/4

(d) 23.3

(34) Which of the following statement does not indicate the environmental
importance of the forests?
(a) Forests provide employment tot eh people living in the forest
(b) Forests control the floods
(c) Forests are important for receiving more rains
(d) forests prevent soil erosion
(35) From the following which vegetation does not possess herbal usage?
(a) Shankhavali

(b) Bamboo

(c) Ashwagandha

(36) 4th of October is celebrated as which day?


(a) World Biodiversity

(b) World Animal Welfare Day

(c) World Environment Day

(d) World Forestry Day

(37) How much forest cover Andaman and Nicobar islands have?

(d) Baheda

(a) 83.9%

(b) 72.4%

(c) 86.9%

(d) 60%

(38) Which project was started in 1975 with the help of Food and Agriculture
organization of the UN?
(a) Tiger Project

(b) Lion Project

(c) Elephant Project

(d) Crocodile Project

(39) In which district does the Gir forest lie?


(a) Porbandar

(b) Junagadh

(c) Bhavnagar

(d) Amreli

(40) Which of the following animal is under the threat of extinction?


(a) Wolf

(b) Ant eater

(c) Ghorad

(d) Cheetah

(41) Through which programme it has been decided to increase the forests by
planting trees on waste and non fertile lands?
(a) Save Environment programme (b) Soil Renewing Programme
(c) Social Forestry Programme

(d) "Reserves Programme

(42) What is the position of India in the entire world from the point of variety in
vegetation?
(a) Second

(b) Fifth

(c) Tenth

(d) Fourth

(43) Wildlife about which there is no doubt regarding the death of the last of its kind is
known as ___
(a) Extinct

(b) Vulnerable

(c) On the verge of Extinction

(d) Endangered

(44) When is the "World Biodiversity Day" celebrated?


(a) 5 June

(b) 29 December

(c) 4 October

(d) 21 March

(45) What is the total area of the forests in the mountainous regions?
(a) 40%

(b) 80%

(c) 20%

(d) 60%

(46) Which herbal medicine is found only in India?


(a) Matsyagandha

(b) Ashwagandha

(c) Rajnigandha

(d) Sarpagandha

(47) Species of wildlife of which 50% of the total animals are near extinction
in five years or up to its next generation, whichever is longer fall under
(a) extinct

(b) Endangered

(c) On the verge of extinction

(d) Vulnerable

(48) What can be obtained from Sandal wood?


(a) Catechu

(b) medicine

(c) turpentine

(d) Oil

(49) Which award is given by the Government of India for special contribution in a
forestation?
(a) Padmashree Award

(b) Bharat Ratna Award

(c) Baba Saheb Ambedkar Award

(d) Indira Priyadarshini Tree Friend Award

(50) What is made from the juice of child?

(a) Furniture

(b) Herbs

(c) Baskets

(d) Turpentine

SARVAYOGAM SCHOOL
Standard : 10 : SOCIAL STUDY Assignment 1 ( lesson 10)

[Marks:50]

Q.1 Choose the correct.

[Marks : 50]

(1) In which zone rice is produced?


(a) Equatorial

(b) Torrid zone

(c) Temperate zone

(d) Frigid

(2) Out of total national income what percentage is obtained from agriculture?
(a) 26%

(b) 50%

(c) 29%

(d) 35%

(3) From the following which crop is not included in the coarse food grains?
(a) Jowar

(b) Maize

(c) Millet

(d) Wheat

(4) From the following which is not the plantation crop ?


(a) Jute

(b) Tea

(c) coffee

(d) Rubber

(5) What is the position of India in the world in Rubber production?


(a) Fourth

(b) Seventh

(c) Second

(d) Fifth

(6) A piece of forest land is cleared by feeling trees and crops are grown for two to three
years in ____ farming.
(a) Shifting

(b) dry

(c) contour

(d) plantation

(7) Which region is known for the maximum production of coffee?


(a) Coorg

(b) Coromandel

(c) Kanam

(d) Charotar

(8) In Gujarat most of the sugar mills are run on which basis?
(a) government

(b) Private

(c) Partnership

(d) Co operative

(9) Which country is leading in the production and export of tea?


(a) USA

(b) China

(c) India

(d) England

(10) A temperature of 20 to 30 C is favourable for growing ___ crop.


(a) jute

(b) Sugarcane

(c) Wheat

(d) paddy

(11) Which region of Gujarat is known for the good quality of cotton?
(a) Kanam

(b) Charotar

(c) Rajkot

(d) Coorg

(12) How many percentage of the total land under cultivation is for food grains?
(a) 70%

(b) 80%

(c) 57%

(d) 75%

(13) In which of the following districts of Gujarat , Rice is not grown?


(a) Sabarkantha

(b) Kheda

(c) Panchmahals

(14) Which country of the world produces maximum tea?


(a) India

(b) Sri Lanka

(c) Brazil

(d) China

(d) Ahmedabad

(15) Which crop is known as the 'king of Grains'?


(a) Maize

(b) Jowar

(c) Wheat

(d) Rice

(16) On what does the irregularity and uncertainty of rain in India seems to have a
noticeable effect?
(a) Forest products (b) Agriculture crops

(c) Water problem

(d) Industries

(17) ____ farming is practiced in high rainfall and irrigated areas. Rice, sugarcane and
vegetables are important crops in these areas.
(a) Intensive

(b) Wet land

(c) Plantation

(d) Irrigation

(18) Which district of Gujarat produces maximum quantity of groundnut?


(a) Amreli

(b) Junagadh

(c) Bhavnagar

(d) Rajkot

(19) On what basis the maximum sugar mills run in Gujarat?


(a) Cooperative

(b) Partnership

(c) Public

(d) Private

(20) In India ____ produced more in the states of West Bengal , Assam and Bihar.
(a) Jowar

(b) Tea

(c) Jute

(d) Cotton

(21) Which country has the maximum tea plantation and is also the largest producer and
exporter of tea?
(a) England

(b) China

(c) USA

(d) India

(22) In India ____ state produces 50% of the total national production of sugarcane.
(a) Uttar Pradesh

(b) Gujarat

(c) West Bengal

(d) Haryana

(23) What was the percentage of the people of India living below the poverty line in
1999-2000?
(a) 40%

(b) 26%

(c) 56%

(d) 36%

(24) Bush or tree farming is also known as ____ farming.


(a) Plantation

(b) Shifting

(c) Contour

(d) Dry

(25) Which of the following crop is grown on sloopy land?


(a) Jute

(b) Tea

(c) Cotton

(d) Jowar

(26) Which crop hold an important place in oil seeds?


(a) soyabean

(b) Sesamum

(c) Linseed

(d) Groundnut

(27) Who did the 'Bhoodan Yagna' to remove the serene inequalities of the land?
(a) Morarji Desai

(b) Gandhiji

(c) Kakasaheb Kelelkar

(d) Vinoba Bhave

(28) Which crop possesses an important place among the oilseed?


(a) Sesamum

(b) Groundnut

(c) Mustard

(d) Soyabean

(29) Which region of Gujarat is famous of in the production of Tabacco?


(a) Charotar

(b) Bhal

(c) Kanam

(d) Sorath

(30) Bhal region producing best quality wheat lies in the state of ____
(a) Uttar Pradesh

(b) Punjab

(c) Gujarat

(d) Haryana

(31) At which of the follow place sugar mills are not located in Gujarat?
(a) Dabhoi

(b) Gandevi

(c) Kodinar

(d) Vadodara

(32) What amount of the national income of India is obtained from agriculture?
(a) 65%

(b) 22%

(c) 62%

(d) 26%

(33) _ agriculture is done in hilly areas of north eastern India sub Himalayan West
Bengal and in Nilgiri Anaimalai and Cardamom hills in peninsular India.
(a) Intensive

(b) Dry

(c) Shifting

(d) Plantation

(34) Crops grow in the summer season are known as ____ crops.
(a) Karif

(b) Zaid

(c) Rabi

(d) Kharif ,zaid

(35) The majority of population of our country is involved in which occupation?


(a) Business

(b) Farming

(c) Industry

(d) Service

(36) In which production Gujarat ranks the first?


(a) rice

(b) Wheat

(c) coconut

(d) Groundnut

(37) Which of the following is not a beverage crop?


(a) Cocoa

(b) Tea

(c) Cinnamon

(d) Coffee

(38) From the following which is the cash crop?


(a) Tobacco

(b) Vegetable

(c) Jowar

(d) Sesamum

(39) What is the staple diet of the people of mountainous region?


(a) maize

(b) jowar

(c) wheat

(d) millet

(40) Which is a cash Crop


(a) Tobacco

(b) jowar

(c) Sesmum

(d) Wheat

(41) Black , hard , rocky and well drained soil is required for the cultivation of _____
(a) Cotton

(b) Tea

(c) Groundnut

(d) Maize

(42) From the following which is the Zaid ( summer) crop?


(a) Maize

(b) Watermelon

(c) Mustard

(d) Gram

(43) ____ is the most water efficient method of irrigation.


(a) Canal

(b) Drip Irrigation

(c) Tube wells

(d) Sprinklers

(44) Which grain in called as king of grain?


(a) Jowar

(b) Wheat

(c) Millet

(d) Bajra

(45) Which type of farming is a capital intensive and demands good managerial ability of
the crop?
(a) Subsistence

(b) Intensive

(c) Plantation

(d) Shifting

(46) In which state maximum jowar is produced in India?


(a) Maharashtra

(b) Madhya Pradesh

(c) Karnataka

(d) Gujarat

(47) Which of the following states is the leading producer of Mustard?


(a) Tamilnadu

(b) Tripura

(c) Uttar Pradesh

(d) Goa

(48) Where is Sardar Patel Krushi University located?


(a) Vidyanagar

(b) Ahmedabad

(c) Dantiwada

(d) Rajkot

(49) Crops grown in the monsoon season are known as ___ crops.
(a) Kharif

(b) Karif , Zaid

(c) Rabi

(d) Zaid

(50) Huge capital , good managerial ability , technical know how sophisticated
machinery , fertilizers, irrigation and transport facilities are necessary
(a) Wet land

(b) Plantation

(c) Irrigation

(d) Intensive

(51) Small land holding are unified for farming to make them economically viable under
(a) Suki Bhumi Vikas Karuakram

(b) Land to the Tiller Act

(c) Land Ceiling Act

(d) Consolidation of Land Programme

(52) Which region of Gujarat is famous for Production of cotton?


(a) Coorg

(b) Charotar

(c) Kanam

(d) Darjeeling

(53) ____ plants are reared on hill slopes under the shadow of trees such that sunrays
do not fall on them directly.
(a) coffee

(b) tea

(c) cocoa

(d) pineapple

(54) The government is thinking of imposing a ban on the use of ____


(a) Tobacco

(b) Coffee

(c) Tea , Coffee

(d) Tea

(55) What type of farming is done where the rainfall is less and irrigation facilities are
inadequate?
(a) Intensive farming (b) Dry farming

c) subsistence farming

(d) shifting farming

(56) Which state is known as wheat granary?


(a) Uttar Pradesh

(b) Punjab

(c) Madhya Pradesh

(d) Gujarat

(57) What is the position of India in the production of rice?


(a) Fourth

(b) Fifth

(c) First

(d) Second

SARVAYOGAM SCHOOL
Standard : 10 : SOCIAL STUDY Assignment 1 ( lesson 12)
Q.1 Choose the correct. [Marks : 50]
(1) Which metal is found from the Balaghat region of Madhya Pradesh?
(a) Copper

(b) Zinc

(c) Silver

(d) Gold

(2) Which country hold the first rank in the production of Bauxite?
(a) France

(b) Hungary

(c) India

(d) Jamaica

(3) For which mines is Hazaribag well known?


(a) manganese

(b) Mica

(c) iron

(d) vopper

(4) From which type of rock the diamonds found?


(a) Igneous rock

(b) Sedimentary rock

(c) State rock

(d) Transformed rock

(5) From which type of rock coal is found?


(a) Metamotphic rock

(b) Sedimentary rock

(c) Igneous rock (d) none of these

(6) In which state of India , lead is produced more?


(a) Gujarat

(b) Tripura

(c) Punjab

(d) Rajasthan

(7) Which is the good conductor of electricity?


(a) Mica

(b) Silver

(c) Copper

(d) Iron

(8) Which of the following is not a valuable metallic mineral?


(a) Gold

(b) diamond

(c) Platinum

(d) Silver

(9) Which country leads in the production of mica?


(a) China

(b) India

(c) Japan

(d) Sri Lanka

(10) In which continent there is the largest coal reserve?


(a) North America

(b) South America

(c) Europe

(d) Asia

(11) By what other name the modern age is known?


(a) Iron age

(b) Metallic age

(c) Atomic

(d) Mineral age

(12) Nearly 75% of the iron ore exports are made to _____
(a) Japan

(b) USA

(c) Canada

(d) Indonesia

(13) In which area of the Panchmahals district in Gujarat state a long belt of manganese
is available?
(a) From Dahod to Limkheda

(b) From Panam of City

c) None of these

(d) From Bayotiya to Pani

(14) Which metal is used in the production of steel?


(a) Manganese

(b) Bauxite

(c) Copper

(d) Mica

(15) Which of the following is a kind of iron?


(a) Siderite

(b) Lignite

(c) Galena

(d) Anthracite

(16) ____ is used in the purification of kerosene and in the manufacture of


chemicals alum fireproof materials and high grade aluminium.
(a) Chromium

(b) Limestone

(c) Manganese

(d) Bauxite

(17) Which country stands first in the world in the production of Bauxite?
(a) Japan

(b) France

(c) Jamaica

(d) India

(18) Iron , copper , zinc , gold and silver are found in ____ rocks.
(a) Transformed

(b) Sedimentary

(c) Igneous

(d) Metamorphic

(19) Oil and natural gas are obtained from _____ rocks.
(a) Sedimentary

(b) Metamorphic

(c) Igneous

(d) Transformed

(20) Which is one of the five districts of Gujarat leading in the production of Limestone?
(a) Panch Mahal

(b) Ahmedabad

(c) Navasri

(d) Junagadh

(21) Which metal is the best conductor of electricity?


(a) Copper

(b) Mica

(c) Silver (d) Iron

(22) Which metallic mineral is known as Galena?


(a) Lead

(b) Mica (c) Copper (d) Lime Stone

(23) At which position India comes in higher quality iron ore?


(a) Fourth

(b) First

(c) Second

(d) Third

(24) Which substance is required to purify Iron ore while melting it?
(a) Chromium

(b) Lime

(c) Manganese

(d) Magnesium

(25) From the following which mineral is included in minerals used as energy resources?
(a) Iron

(b) Coal

(c) Asbestos

(d) Manganese

(26) From the following which metal is not light?


(a) Bauxite

(b) Megnesium

(c) Platinum

(d) Titanium

(27) ____ is mainly used in the production of steel , bleaching powder, insectiocides and
paint , batteries glass and printing industries.
(a) Manganese

(b) Lime

(c) Chromium

(d) Magnesium

(28) Which metallic mineral is valuable?


(a) Nickel

(b) Vanadium

(c) Platinum

(d) Titanium

(29) Where was the first blast furnace to melt iron ore was started?
(a) Mayurbhanj

(b) Singbhum

(c) Dantewada

(30) Which of the following is a non metallic mineral?


(a) Mica

(b) Platinum

(c) titanium

(d) Bauxite

(d) Jamshedpur

(31) How many minerals are used by us daily directly or indirectly?


(a) 400

(b) 200

(c) countless

(d) 600

(32) Which from the following substance is not used in Mortar?


(a) Stone

(b) Water

(c) Sand

(d) Lime

(33) From where was Bauxite found in Gujarat?


(a) Viramgam, Dhandhuka

(b) Jamnagar, Kutch

(c) Ahmedabad , Dholka

(d) Dwarka , Kutch

(34) Which form of vegetation is mineral coal?


(a) Wooden

(b) Earthern

(c) Ashen

(d) fossilized

(35) What is produced in Chikamagalur and Bellary regions Karnataka?


(a) Gold

(b) Silver

(c) Copper

(d) Iron

(36) ____ obtained from Bauxite is widely used in the manufacturing of aeroplanes
utensils and other household goods.
(a) Manganese

(b) Aluminum

(c) Bauxite

(d) Limestone

(37) In which country of the world there is the greatest deposits of Manganese ore?
(a) Zimbabwe

(b) India

(c) Brazil

(d) china

(38) Preservation of which resources is necessary?


(a) Household

(b) Forest

(c) Mineral

(d) None of these

(39) Give the examples of mineral used as alloys?


(a) Manganese

(b) Gold

(c) Tin

(d) Bauxite

(40) Where was the first Iron furnace established in Bihar?


(a) Lucknow
(b) Ranchi
(c) Patna
(d) Jamshedpur
(41) From which port in India ore produced in India, is exported?
(a) Kochi
(b) Kandla
(c) Mumbai
(d) Paradwip
(42) In which district of Gujarat huge quantities of Bauxite can be found?
(a) Sabarkantha
(b) Jamnagar
(c) Palanpur
(d) Dang
(43) In which areas of Banaskantha district in Gujarat there are mines of lead, copper
and zinc?
(a) Tharad
(b) Danta
(c) Palanpur
(d) Deesa
(44) Coal is obtained from which type of rock?
(a) Transformed rock
(b) Igneous rock (c) one of these (d) Sedimentary rock
(45) From where do we get lime?
(a) Lime Furnace
(b) Lime star
(c) Lime stone
(d) Lime Ash
(46) Which minerals are used as Energy Resources?
(a) Uranium
(b) Manganese
(c) Chromium

(d) Megnesium

SARVAYOGAM SCHOOL
Standard : 10 : SOCIAL STUDY ( lesson -- 13,14)
Q.1 Choose the correct. [Marks : 50]
(1) Which industry is the world famous since age?
(a) Ship building

(b) Cement

(c) Silk textile

(d) Woolen textile

(2) What is the distance (kms) between Vadodara and Ankleshwar?


(a) 40

(b) 60

(c) 80

(d) 20

(3) Write full form of ONGC


(a) Oil and Natural Gas Co operative

(b) Oil and Natural Gas Commission

(c) Oil and Natural Gas Corporation

(d) Oil and Natural Gas Company

(4) Tar, ammonia gas , ammonium sulphate , benzol etc. are obtained as by products
from _____
(a) Crude oil

(b) Coal

(c) Bio waste

(d) Non metallicores

(5) Which type of pollution spread through big and old machines?
(a) Sound pollution

(b) Soil pollution

(c) Water pollution

(d) Air pollution

(6) At which place the industry of making coaches is not developed?


(a) Kapurthala

(b) Kolkata

(c) Perambur

(d) Jamshedpur

(7) Crude oil is obtained from which mineral?


(a) Coal

(b) Bio waste

(c) Limestone

(d) Magnesium

(8) At which place in Gujarat there are wind farms?


(a) Lambha

(b) Okha

(c) Lambha , Okha

(d) Jetpur

(9) Which country has the maximum reserve of coal?


(a) North America

(b) North India

(c) South Africa

(d) South Australia

(10) In which state of India did the factory of Iron and steel start?
(a) Tamil Nadu

(b) Andhra Pradesh

(c) Karnataka

(d) Gujarat

(11) ____ discovers new oil fields in India,


(a) NMDC

(b) RIL

(c) GMDC

(d) ONGC

(12) Melting of iron ore started in 1830 in ____


(a) Ahmedabad

(b) Chennai

(c) Tamil Nadu

(d) Mumbai

(13) With the collaboration of which country was the Durgapur iron and steel
plant established?

(a) USA

(b) Germany

(c) Britain

(d) Russia

(14) The Hindustan Copper Lts. is associated with which refining industry?
(a) Aluminum

(b) Silver

(c) Tin

(d) Copper

(15) Ukai Hydroelectricity Station is on which river?

(a) Tapi

(b) Sabarmati

(c) Mahanadi

(d) Mahi

(16) Which oil field of Gujarat holds an important position for the quality of oil?
(a) Gandhar

(b) Mehsana

(c) Lunej

(d) Ankleshwar

(17) Which industries of India is world famous since ages?


(a) Cement

(b) Silk Textiles

(c) Woolen Textiles

(d) Shipbuilding

(18) With which country is the Bokaro Steel Plant of Jharkahnd collaborated?
(a) Pakistan

(b) China

(c) Germany

(d) Russia

(19) Where in India is the rust freeiron pillar situated?


(a) Allahabad

(b) Delhi

(c) Sanchi

(d) Takshashila

(20) From which oil field in India, maximum mineral oil is produced?
(a) Arunachal Pradesh

(b) Assam

(c) Bombay High

(d) Gujarat

(21) How many sugar mills are in India?


(a) 560

(b) 460

(c) 450

(d) 550

(22) Which is the largest centre of woolen industry?


(a) Dhariwala

(b) Ludhiana

(c) Amritsar

(d) Mumbai

(23) Industries are classified as small scale industries and large scale industries on the
basis of _____
(a) Labour

(b) Ownership

(c) Capital

(d) Management

(24) Which city of Gujarat is provided gas through pipeline?


(a) Surat

(b) Ahmedabad

(c) Khambat

(d) Vadodara

(25) In which state coal is not produced?


(a) Assam

(b) Jharkhand

(c) Goa

(d) Orissa

(26) Where was the first refinery of public sector establish?


(a) Digboi

(b) Vadodara

(c) Lunej

(d) Guwahati

(27) Among the countries of the world in the production of sugarcane India ranks.
(a) First

(b) Fourth

(c) Second

(d) Third

(28) In which state of India , natural gas is produced?


(a) Andhra Pradesh

(b) Tamilnadu

(c) Karnataka

(d) Kerala

(29) Which country has done experiments to obtain electricity through tidal energy?
(a) Italy

(b) Canada

(c) Israel

(d) Jordan

(30) Where is the largest wind farm located in India?


(a) Tuticorin of Tamil Nadu

(b) Guch of Tamil Nadu

c) Shore of Mandavi in Kutch

(d) Lamba of Jamnagar district

(31) In which year did the first factory of Jute start in India?

(a) 1851

(b) 1854

(c) 1830

(d) 1855

(32) Which type of energy coal , mineral and petroleum are?


(a) Non conventional

(b) Commercial

(c) Non commercial

(d) Conventional

(33) Where did the first cotton textile mill start in India?
(a) Delhi

(b) Mumbai

(c) Rishra

(d) Devas

(34) Which is the largest Thermal Power station of Gujarat?


(a) Sikka

(b) Uttaran

(c) Dhuvaran

(d) Wanakbori

(35) In which state of India the woollen textile industries is not concentrated?
(a) Maharashtra

(b) Tamilnadu

(c) Rajasthan

(d) Haryana

(36) In which state the Hosiery producing units are not located?
(a) Haryana

(b) Goa

(c) Punjab

(d) Tamilnadu

(37) Light weight strength malleability good conductor of electricity and


resistance to corrosion are the characteristics of ___
(a) Aluminium

(b) Copper

(c) Magnesium

(d) Mica

(38) With the support of Briton , which Iron and Steel centre was established?
(a) Rourkela

(b) Salem

(c) Bokaro

(d) Durgapur

(39) Which industry started in Chennai in 1904


(a) Sugar

(b) Fertilizer

(c) Cement

(d) Paper

(40) Unwanted and loud noise is which type of pollution?


(a) Earth

(b) Noise

(c) Water

(d) Air

(41) Which of the following is not a Mineral based industry?


(a) fertilizers

(b) Cigarettes

(c) Cement

(d) Petroleum refining

(42) Along which river the hute mills of West Bengal are situated?
(a) Hooghly

(b) Meghna

(c) Ganga

(d) Damofar

(43) What is the full name of GEDA?


(a) Gujarat Energy Development Association
(b) Gujarat Electricity Development Association
(c) Gujarat Energy Development Agency
(d) Gujarat Electricity Development Agency
(44) Which oil field is located near khambhat?
(a) Lunej

(b) Bombay High

(c) Khandirbet

(d) Aliyabet

(45) _____ is obtained to country through industries?


(a) Economic loss

(b) Economic stability

(46) Write the lowest quality type of coal.

(c) Gain

(d) Economic instability

(a) Lignite

(b) Bituminous

(c) Peat

(d) Anthracite

(47) Which types of examples are Bajaj Auto industry and Tisco?
(a) Mineral based

(b) Public sector Industry

(c) Integrated

(d) Private

(48) From where does the Khetri Copper refining centre obtains its raw material?
(a) Jharia

(b) Ghatshila

(c) Ranigunj

(d) Jhunjhunu

(49) ______ is the ability to do work.


(a) Tool

(b) Power

(c) Energy

(d) Fuels

(50) From the following where there is no textile industries?


(a) Agra

(b) Kanpur

(c) Mirzapur

(d) Bankura

(51) Hot water reservoirs are located at which of the following places in Gujarat?
(a) Tithal

(b) Lasundra

(c) Lasundra , Tuva

(d) Tuva

(52) Which coal is of the highest grade?


(a) Anthracite

(b) Bituminous

(c) Peat

(d) Lignite

(53) Which of the following is not an Agro based industry?


(a) Woolen textiles

(b) Vegerable

(c) Cement

(d) Sugar

(54) Which is not a variety of silk?


(a) Mulberry

(b) Tasar

(c) Muga

(d) Fri

(55) What is called "Black Diamond?"


(a) Coal

(b) Uranium

(c) Mineral oil

(d) Natural Gas

(56) Oil Inida Ltd. (OIL) is an example of _____ sector.


(a) Private

(b) Joint

(c) Co operative

(d) Public

(57) Name the countries which have obtained Geothermal energy.


(a) New Zealand , Australia (b) India , Bhutan

(c) US , Ireland (d) Italy and China

(58) Cotton textiles industries fall into the category of ____ industries.
(a) Small scale

(b) large scale

(c) Cottage

(d) Medium scale

(59) Which year was the first jute industry established in India?
(a) 1854

(b) 1830

(c) 1855

(d) 1851

(60) Approximately , how many tones of Bauxite is required to produce one tones of
Aluminum?
(a) 6

(b) 7

(c) 8

(d) 5

(61) India ranks ____ in the production of sugarcane.


(a) First

(b) Third

(c) Second

(d) Fourth

(62) What do we call the fertilizer prepared from decomposition?

(a) Natural gas

(b) Biogas

(c) Gobar Gas

(d) None

(63) With whose help has the Gujarat government set up a large wind farm at village of
Jamnagar district?
(a) Japan

(b) Netherlands

(c) Germany

(d) Denmark

(64) In the production of raw jute and jute product in the world India ranks.
(a) First

(b) third

(c) Ninth

(d) Second

(65) Where was the first modern existing iron and steel plant of India established?
(a) In Buranpur

(b) In Bhadravati

(c) In Kulti

(d) In Jamshedpur

(66) Which type of electric production is considered to be the best?


(a) Atomic power

(b) Thermal power

(c) Hydro electricity

(d) Geothermal power

(67) Telephone exchanges, cellular telecom pagers computers and various other
equipment used in posts and telegraph officers are considered as a gift of _
(a) Electrical

(b) Electronic

(c) IT

(d) Engineering

(68) Which of the following is not a centre of cotton textile industry in


(a) Latur

(b) Solapur

(c) Jalgaon

Maharashtra?

(d) Wardha

(69) Which organization works for the non conventional resources and

development

Gujarat?
(a) CASE

(b) GEDA

(c) SESG

(d) ISES

(70) ____ is imported in India from Zambia, chile the USA and Cananda
(a) Magnesium

(b) Copper

(c) Aluminium

(d) Mica

(71) Which country was the first to produce electricity by using tidal energy?
(a) Germany

(b) Italy

(c) France

(d) Denmark

(72) Which city is developing as the capital of the electronic industry?


(a) Bangalore

(b) Hyderabad

(c) Ahmedabad

(d) Mumbai

(73) Which country holds the first position for the production of natural gas?
(a) USA

(b) India

(c) Italy

(d) Japan

(74) Which sountry uses maximum electricity in the world?


(a) India

(b) USA

(c) USSR

(d) Uganda

(75) In which states from the following coal is not produced?


(a) Orissa

(b) Goa

(c) Assam

(d) Jharkhand

(76) In which state was the project of providing cooking gas through pipelines
implemented?
(a) Gujarat

(b) Maharashtra

(c) Assam

(77) The purest resources of energy _____

(d) Tripura

first

(a) Electricity

(b) Coal

(c) Natural Gas

(d) Mineral oil

(78) The support of which country was obtained for the iron and steel centre of Bhilai?
(a) USA

(b) Britain

(c) Russia

(d) Germany

(79) Which is the biggest centre of woolen textiles industries?


(a) Ludhiana

(b) Mumbai

(c) Amritsar

(d) Dhariwal

(80) Bikaner is situated in which state?


(a) Maharashtra

(b) Madhys Pradesh

(c) Rajasthan

(d) Bihar

(81) Which is the best quality of coal?


(a) Bituminous coal

(b) Peat coal

(c) Anthracite coal

(d) Lignite

(82) Which state receives the maximum solar energy?


(a) Maharashtra

(b) Punjab

(c) Gujarat

(d) Karanaraka

(83) What are the main characteristics of sugarcane?


(a) Tomatoes

(b) Sugarcane

(c) Watermelon

(d) Grapes

(84) In which state of India the first fertilizer plant was set up?
(a) Karnataka

(b) Andhra Pradesh

(c) Tamil Nadu

(d) Kerala

(85) Raw materials like limstone , silica , alumina and gypsum are required for
manufacturing ___
(a) Steel

(b) Bricks

(c) Fertilizers

(d) Cement

(86) At which place was the iron and steel plant with German collaboration established?
(a) Bokaro

(b) Durgapur

(c) Rourkela

(d) Bhilai

(87) _____ is formed when the forests are buried beneath the earth.
(a) Natural Gas

(b) Limestone

(c) Petroleum

(d) Coal

(88) In which place from the following there is no software technology park?
(a) Kolkata

(b) Chennai

(c) Lucknow

(d) Jamshedpur

(89) Which is the largest industry of India?


(a) Iron and Steel Industry (b) Silk industry
(c) sugar industry

(d) Cotton Textile industry

(90) Where is the largest wind farm located in India?


(a) Kanyakumari

(b) Guchchhe

(c) Tuticornic

(d) Pondicherry

(91) Where are the railway coaches for passengers are manufactured?
(a) Chitaranjan

(b) Ahmedabad

(c) Vishakhapattanam

(d) Kapurthala

(92) In which state of India the largest Hydroelectricity station is located?


(a) Maharashtra

(b) Karnataka

(c) Tamil Nadu

(93) Which region produces maximum mineral oil?

(d) Gujarat

(a) Bombay High

(b) Assam

(c) Arunachal Pradesh

(d) Gujarat

(94) Who established the first copper refining plant in India established?
(a) Sindri

(b) Kulti

(c) Rishra

(d) Ghatshila

(95) Write the name of the important oil field located in the Arabian sea.
(a) Mundra

(b) Lunej

(c) Bombay High

(d) Khadirbet

(96) Jharia , Bokaro , Giridih , Karanpur and Raniganj are the main mines of _____
(a) lead

(b) Coal

(c) copper

(d) iron

(97) Where and when was the first cement industry established in India?
(a) 1904 Chennai

(b) 1904 Ranipet

(c) 1804 Ranikhet

(d) 1804 Chennai

(98) Which is not one of the major shipbuilding centres?


(a) Kochi

(b) Vishakhapattanam

(c) Thiruvanathapuram

(d) Kolkata

(99) Which country gave the financial support to establish wind farm in India?
(a) Sweden

(b) Denmark

(c) The Netherlands

(d) Italy

(100) Petrochemical is not used for the production of which following things?
(a) Colour

(b) Chemical

(c) Artificial Rubber

(d) Copper

(101) The first cotton textile mill of 1854 was started in ___
(a) Kanpur

(b) Mumbai

(c) Tamil Nadu

(d) Ahmedabad

(102) Which of the following is not one of the main buyers of Indian Jute products?
(a) UAE

(b) Russia

(c) Demark

(d) Canada

(103) The place where such manufacturing of goods by using large machines takes
place is known as ____
(a) Industry

(b) Warehouse

(c) Office

(d) Godown

(104) Which institution manages the public sector iron and stroll plants of India?
(a) SAIL

(b) TELCO

(c) IISCO

(d) TISCO

SARVAYOGAM SCHOOL
Standard : 10 : SOCIAL STUDY ( lesson 21,22)
(1) Which of the following is not a type of Social change?
(a) Cultural Change (b) Physical Change

(c) Social Change (d) Material Change

(2) What are the two main problems of Indian Society?


(a) Terrorism and Insurgency

(b) Insurgency and communalism

(c) Casteism and terrorism

(d) Communalism and Casteism

(3) What has never been violated to oppose and fight against terrorism?
(a) Economic inequality (b) Racial discrimination

(c) Human Rights

(d) Citizen Rights

(4) __ is one of the two organizations involved in driving away illegal


foreign migrants from Tripura.
(a) National Liberation Front of Tripura , All Tripura Tiger Force
(b) National Liberation Front of Tripura
(c) Tripura Upajati Jupa Samiti
(d) All Tripura Tiger Force
(5) Which Panch was appointed for the other social and educationally backyard classes
in 1972 in Gujarat?
(a) Mandal Commission

(b) Baxi Panch

(c) Election Commission

(d) Schedule Caste cell

(6) Which year did UN declare the 1981 as?


(a) International Child Year

(b) International Handicap year

(c) International Women Year

(d) International Old Age Year

(7) What has never been violated to oppose and fight against terrorism?
(a) Human rights

(b) Racial discrimination

(c) Citizen Rights

(d) Economic inequality

(8) In which year was our country divided?


(a) 1950

(b) 1947

(c) 1945

(d) 1857

(9) Thousand of pandit families have left to native place and are living as
refugees in other states . Which state did they belong to originally?
(a) Kashmir

(b) Punjab

(c) Uttar Pradesh

(d) Delhi

(10) What kind of evil is corruption?


(a) Anti National

(b) Anti zone

(c) Anti social

(d) Anti women

(11) Which articles fulfill the protection of economic and social needs of schedule caste
and scheduled tribe?
(a) Article 46

(b) Article 25

(c) Article 19

(d) Article 17

(12) Which operation was carried out to flush out the militants from the golden temple?
(a) Operation Amritsar

(b) Operation Blue star

(c) Operation golden temple

(d) Operation victory

(13) In 1972, Gujarat State formed ____ to determine other socially and educationally
backward classes.
(a) Baxi Panch

(b) Schedule Caste cell

(c) Mandal Commission

(d) Election Commission

(14) When a person or group of people indentifies itself, organized or


aggressively against any other religion or a sect and behaves accordingly then it can
(a) Maoism

(b) Communalism

(c) Insurgency

(d) Communism

(15) Which is the main reason for lack of legal knowledge among common people in
India.
(a) low rate of literacy

(b) Traditional thoughts

(c) Love for comfort

(d) Conservatism

(16) Which commission has formulated the policy for backward class?
(a) Mandal Commission

(b) Election commission

(c) Schedule caste cell

(d) Baxi Panch

(17) According to which article of our Constitution , Untouchability is totally eradicated?


(a) 29

(b) 17

(c) 92

(d) 46

(18) Insecurity , physical health loneliness , helpless , improper standard of


living lack of warmth and affection of the family members etc are the
(a) disable

(b) the old

(c) handicapped

(d) children

(19) Which is the biggest Minority Community?


(a) Muslim

(b) Hindu

(c) Christian

(d) Sikh

(20) In which state of India, there is no insurgency?


(a) Tripura

(b) Gujarat

(c) Assam

(d) Chhattisgadh

(21) ____ is the result of a natural process.


(a) Destiny

(b) Birth

(c) Old age

(d) Change

(22) Which are the major factors obstructing India's peace and development?
(a) Terrorism and Indurgency

(b) Communalism and casteism

(c) Insurgency and communalism

(d) Casteism and terrorism

(23) ____atrocity means atrocity to the young children.


(a) Human

(b) Child

(c) juvenile

(d) Adolescent

(24) Who has declared the year 1999 as International old age year?
(a) UNO

(b) UNICEF

(c) UNESCO

(d) National commission

(25) Which is the only religion to have Untouchability?


(a) Hinduism

(b) Christianity

(c) Jainism

(d) Buddhism

(26) Which country in the Asian Continent is least corrupted?


(a) Pakistan

(b) Singapore

(c) Nepal

(d) China

(27) Which of the following is not a fundamental right?


(a) Right to freedom

(b) Right to property

(c) Right to Equality

(d) Right against Exploitation

(28) What is the base to decide Schedule Caste?


(a) Illiteracy

(b) Untouchability

(c) tribal life style

(d) Back wardens

(29) Which of the following is considered as National property?


(a) Elderly people

(b) Handicapped

(c) Children

(d) Trees

(30) under Articel 341 of the Constitution those communities which were treated
as ___ under Hinduism and Sikhism , have been classified as scheduled caste
(a) untouchables

(b) harijans

(c) unhygienic

(d) backward

(31) _____ hampers the progress of an individual a society and the nation.
(a) Communalism

(b) Insurgency

(c) Communism

(d) Terrorism

(32) What type of process is social change?


(a) Personal

(b) Ideological campaign

(c) Regional

(d) Universal

(33) Which articles fulfill the protection of economic and social needs of
schedule caste and scheduled tribe?
(a) Article17

(b) Article 19

(c) Article 46

(d) Article 25

(34) Social conditions without which an individual cannot develop fully are known as
(a) Responsibilities

(b) Liabilities

(c) Duties

(d) Rights

(35) What is the root cause of child labour?


(a) orthodoxy

(b) IIIiteracy

(c) Poverty

(d) Parental attitude

(36) When a community works intentionally to safeguard individual interests and


for an independent identity, it creates
(a) social tension

(b) social harmony

(c) a new state

(d) disintegration of the nation

(37) What is the compulsory nature of citizen?


(a) Rights

(b) Inequality

(c) Secularism

(d) Duties

(38) Nagaland was granted the status of a separate state in the year ____
(a) 1963

(b) 1960

(c) 1962

(d) 1961

(39) According to which article of our Constitution Untouchability is totally eradicated?


(a) 29

(b) 92

(c) 46

(d) 17

(40) Who has provided the definition of ''Curruption'?


(a) Transparency International

(b) World Bank

(c) Asian Development Bank

(d) United Nations

(41) Which is the biggest Minority Community?


(a) Christian

(b) Sikh

(c) Muslim

(d) Hindu

(42) Which class is unprotected in our country?


(a) Children

(b) Old people

(c) Youth

(d) Males

(43) Under which article of Indian Constitution Schedule tribes are included?
(a) Article 341

(b) Article 340

(c) Article 345

(d) Article 342

(44) Under which article of Indian Constitution Schedule tribes are included?
(a) Article 345

(b) Article 341

(c) Article 342

(d) Article 340

(45) Which institution is formed by illegal inhabitant of Tripura?


(a) Tripura Upajati Jupa Samiti

(b) KOKI nation front

(c) Tripura Tiger's force

(d) NLFT

(46) Which operation was carried out to flush out the militants from the golden temple?
(a) Operation golden temple
(c) Operation Blue star

(b) Operation Amritsar


(d) Operation victory

(47) What type of problem is terrorism?


(a) Regional

(b) National

(c) Zonal

(d) Global

(48) _____ hampers the progress of an individual a society and the nation.
(a) Terrorism

(b) Insurgency

(c) Communalism

(d) Communism

(49) Children up to which ages are called child labourers?


(a) 17 years

(b) 14 years

(c) 16 years

(d) 18 years

(50) Activities which adversely affect our social and moral values and lead to
loss of faith in the state laws and the authority are _____ activities.
(a) Anti social

(b) Anti human

(c) Anti national

(d) Anti constitutional

(51) How many fundamental rights our constitution has given to the citizens?
(a) Six

(b) seven

(c) eight

(d) five

(52) Who carries out inquiry against the government employees?


(a) Central Anti government Bureau
(c) Central Anti national Bureau

(b) Central Anti corruption Bureau


(d) Central Anti bribery Bureau

(53) Which commission has formulated the policy for backward class?
(a) Mandal Commission

(b) Election Commission

(c) Schedule Caste cell

(d) Baxi Panch

(54) The state of mind where the person is suffering from psychological
disorder or paralysis of brain is called ____
(a) Disabled
(c) Handicapped

(b) Mentally retarded


(d) Handicapped , Disabled

(55) The misuse of the public position for personal benefits and included

gifts, cheating and biased attitude is known as ___


(a) Smuggling

(b) Corruption

(c) Hoarding

(d) Black money

(56) Corruption, smuggling , hoarding , black marketing , drug trafficking and


smuggling of weapons are ____ activities.
(a) Anti human

(b) Anti national

(c) Anti social

(d) Anti constitutional

(57) The activity banned by society or law for an individual or a group of people is
known as ____
(a) Anti social activity

(b) Destructive Activity

(c) Social Activity

(d) As a creative activity

(58) Under whose leadership in China, nasality people started their insurgency
movement?
(a) Shi Wang to

(b) Nelson Mandela

(c) Mao

(d) Martin Luther King

(59) How is the problem of the handicapped for the world?


(a) Humanity

(b) Worry

(c) Emotional

(d) Serious

(60) Which of the following is not a type of Handicap?


(a) Sharpness

(b) Dumbness

(c) Deafness

(d) Blindness

(61) Which Separate State was demanded by the militant organization of Punjab?
(a) Aruncachal

(b) Khalistan

(c) Uttaranchal

(d) Punjab

(62) In which state was there an uprising for the demand of separate Khalistan?
(a) Himachal Pradesh
(c) Punjab

(b) Madhya Pradesh


(d) Jammu and Kashmir

(63) Which tribes live in far off forests and hilly regions?
(a) Scheduled tribes

(b) Schedules castes

(c) Hilly tribes

(d) Girijan tribes

(64) All the labourers below _____ years of age are called child labourers.
(a) 17

(b) 15

(c) 12

(d) 14

(65) What is a smaller and local form of terrorism?


(a) Militant

(b) Insurgency

(c) Naxalism

(d) Terrorism

(66) Which is the oldest insurgency activity in North East?


(a) West Bengal Insurgency

(b) Mizoram Insurgency

(c) Assam insurgency

(d) Nagaland Insurgency

(67) Few residential schools are set up for the ____ progress of Schedule caste and
Schedule tribe.
(a) economic

(b) academic

(c) political

(d) social

(68) What is the percentage of reservation for Schedule Caste?


(a) 15%

(b) 10%

(c) 7.5%

(d) 27%

(69) To whom Anti - Corruption Act, 1998 applies?


(a) Lawyers

(b) All Government employees

(c) Farmers

(d) Only Doctor

(70) In 1992 - 93 What was prepared with the aim of employment and self employment?
(a) Vocational Training Centres

(b) Unemployment Centre

(c) Social Centre

(d) Employment Centre

(71) Which is the oldest insurgency activity in North East?


(a) Nagaland Insurgency

(b) Mizoram Insurgency

(c) West Bengal insurgency

(d) Assam insurgency

(72) ____ did not have a written script of their language.


(a) Backward classes

(b) Scheduled tribes

(c) Vaishyas

(d) Scheduled castes

(73) Which institution is formed by illegal inhabitants of Tripura?


(a) Tripura Tiger's force

(b) Tripura Upajato Jupa Samiti

(c) NLFT

(d) KOKI nation front

(74) A person who is suffering from physical deformity such as deaf and dumb,
the blind or having physical deformity and mental retardation are called ___
(a) Handicapped

(b) Handicapped , Disable

(c) Mentally retarded

(d) Disable

(75) _____ was formed to clean up the public administration system.


(a) Central Bureau of Investigation

(b) The Anti Corruption Bureau

(c) The anti corruption Act of 1988

(d) Directorate of Revenue Intelligence

(76) Tripura is surrounded by Bangladesh on ____ sides.


(a) three

(b) four

(c) two

(d) one

(77) No child below 14 years can be employed for any ___ work in a factory.
(a) Hard

(b) laborious

(c) dangerous

(d) hazardous

(78) Which state has suffered the most because of terrorist?


(a) Gujarat

(b) Maharashtra

(c) Jammu Kashmi

(d) Uttar Pradesh

(79) Which Separate State was demanded by the militant organisation of Punjab?
(a) Arunachal

(b) Khalistan

(c) Uttranchal

(80) Charter of Rights'


(a) England

(b) America

(c) Un

(d) India

(d) Punjab

(81) In 1992 - 93 what was prepared with the aim of employment and self
employment?
(a) Employment centre

(b) Unemployment centre

(c) Social Centre

(d) Vocational Training Centres

(82) What is the percentage of reservation in jobs for schedule caste?


(a) 15%

(b) 7.5%

(c) 10%

(d) 27%

(83) General awareness among people about the laws of the land concerning them is
(a) Legal knowledge

(b) Legal awareness

(c) Legal attitude

(d) Legal literacy

(84) Education is free and compulsory during the age of _____


(a) 5 to 14 years

(b) 5 to 12 years

(c) 6 to 14 years

(d) 6 to 12 years

(85) Which year was declared as 'International Year for Handicapped by the UN?
(a) 1992

(b) 1988

(c) 1972

(d) 1981

(86) __ Rights have been given to all the people of the world without any discrimination.
(a) Juvenile

(b) Human

(c) Fundamental

(d) Basic

(87) Which one is a global problem?


(a) Terrosim

(b) Communalism

(c) Fascism

(d) Casteism

(88) On what is teh social structure of India based?


(a) Casteism

(b) Comminalism

(c) Manipur

(d) Religion

(89) Who determines the list of the communities under Articles 341 and 342
(a) Goverrnor

(b) Chief Minister

(c) President

(d) Prime Minister

(90) A person who can read and write besides understanding a language called?
(a) intellectual

(b) ignorant

(c) literate

(d) IIIiterate

(91) Terrorism has a negative effect on the national ____


(a) spirit

(b) fabric

(c) integrity

(d) unity

(92) What are the factors affecting development of person , Society and National?
(a) Protocol

(b) Secular

(c) Communalism

(d) Secularism

(93) Which one is not the factor for stimulating insurgency in north east India?
(a) Relations between terrorist organizations
(c) Different tribes

(b) Forest and mountainous region

(d) Cooperation by the government

(94) What type of problem is terrorism?


(a) National

(b) Global

(c) Regional

(d) Zonal

(95) In which year was our country divided?


(a) 1947

(b) 1857

(c) 1945

(d) 1950

(96) ____ hinders national progress an adversely affects our social and moral values.

(a) Smuggling

(b) Corruption

(c) Hoarding

(d) Black money

(97) Which right has been given to the citizen to protect their rights?
(a) Right to Freedom

(b) Right against Exploitation

(c) Right to Equality

(d) Right to constitutional Remedies

(98) Articles 341 and 342 have empowered the _____ of India to finalize and
declare the list of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes respectively.
(a) Chief Minister

(b) Prime Minister

(c) President

(d) Governor

(99) Under whose leadership in China Naxalite people started their insurgency
movement?
(a) Shi Wang to

(b) Martin Luther King

(c) Nelson Mandela

(d) Mao

(100) _____ is a shame of Indian Society so we must give priority to abolish the same.
(a) Child Marriages

(b) Bionded labour

(c) IIIiteracy

(d) Child labour

(101) Who was the responsibility to protect basic rights of citizen?


(a) MLA

(b) Professional

(c) Judiciary

(d) Assembly

(102) The illegal act or behaviour of a person or a group which is harmful to


the society is many ways is known as ____ activity.
(a) Anti human

(b) Anti social

(c) Anti national

(d) Anti constitutional

(103) Due to urbanization cultural, political and ideological campaign and mass media,
___change becomes possible.
(a) Individual

(b) Cultural

(c) Social

(d) Political

(104) What are the factors affecting development of person Society and Nation?
(a) Secular

(b) Communalism

(c) Secularism

(d) Protocol

(105) How is the future in the old age?


(a) Bright

(b) Helpful

(c) Helpless

(d) Dark

(106) Which country of the world has the largest number of child labour?
(a) Sri Lanka

(b) Pakistan

(c) Nepal

(d) India

(107) To which state do ULFA and UMF Naxalite organizations belong?


(a) Assam

(b) Nagaland

(c) Tripura

(d) Manipur

(108) Which is teh base to decide scheduled castes?


(a) Communalism

(b) Untouchability

(c) Caste

(d) Religion

(109) What kind of anti social act has taken place if a person in a high designation
accepts gifts?
(a) Smuggling

(b) Tax Evasion

(c) Corruption

(d) Blood Trade

(110) Which of the following is not one of the five least corrupt countries of the world?

(a) Canada

(b) Germany

(c) Finland

(d) Denmark

(111) What is a smaller and local form of terrorism?


(a) Militant

(b) Insurgency

(c) Naxalism

(d) Terrorism

(112) Corruption is the result of ____


(a) Dishonesty

(b) Cheating

(c) Temptation

(d) Poverty

SARVAYOGAM SCHOOL
Standard : 10 : SOCIAL STUDY ( all chapter mix mcq)
Q.1 Choose the correct. [Marks : 50]
(1) As many products are required in the world market it is necessary to register their
____
(a) quantity

(b) patent

(c) price

(d) quality

(2) How much % of people live below poverty line?


(a) 27%

(b) 28%

(c) 26%

(d) 29%

(3) Which religion was adopted by the emperor Kushan Kanishka I.


(a) None

(b) Jainsim

(c) Buddhism

(d) Hinduism

(4) Where in India forts of Chittorgadh and Ranthanbore?


(a) AP

(b) UP

(c) Rajasthan

(d) MP

(5) "World Religious conference was held in which city of U.S.A.


(a) San Francisco

(b) New York

(c) Detroit

(d) Chicago

(6) The approximate yearly flow of water is ____ billion cubic metres.
(a) 1816

(b) 1869

(c) 1863

(d) 1868

(7) When was the Bombay Natural History Society eatablished?


(a) 1881

(b) 1885

(c) 1883

(d) 1884

(8) Near which rivers many stupas were built


(a) Godavari

(b) Krishna

(c) Kaveri

(d) Krishna and Godavari

(9) Find out odd pairs


(a) Shilpshastra's [Mansar]
(c) VAtsayana's [Kamasutra]

(b) Bhrambhavya's [Brihadsamita]


(d) Baskaracharya [ Lilawati Ganit]

(10) In which state of India Der Rahit Groces are found?


(a) Jharkhand

(b) Meghalaya

(c) Rajasthan

(d) Kerala

(11) One of the book is not written / composed by Nayannar.


(a) Tirusangha

(b) Tirumandi

(c) Tiruttodattosai

(12) In which language Amoghvarsha 'Kaviraj Marg'?

(d) Tiruttocharita

(a) Tamil

(b) Orissa

(c) Telugu

(d) Kannada

(13) On what factor do the quality of tobacco depends more?


(a) Soil

(b) manure

(c) water

(d) climate

(14) At which place in Delhi is the Flag Hoisting ceremony performed on 15th August?
(a) Agra

(b) Qutub Minar

(c) Red Fort

(d) Fatehpur

(15) How much % of water is used for irrigation?


(a) 64%

(b) 74%

(c) 84%

(d) 67%

(16) Well and tube well are common in _____ plains.


(a) fertile

(b) delta and fertile

(c) alluvial

(d) delta

(17) Sculpture is a _________ years old ancient art.


(a) 4000

(b) 3000

(c) 2000

(d) 5000

(18) when was Ancient Monuments and Archaeological sites and Remain Act pass?
(a) 1985

(b) 1952

(c) 1958

(d) 1995

(19) What is the circumferences of Qutub Minar?


(a) 13.75

(b) 14.75

(c) 15.75

(d) 12.75

(20) About _____ % surface water flows in the river Sindhu , Ganga and Brahmaputra .
(a) 50%

(b) 60%

(c) 80%

(d) 70%

(21) Lead copper Zinc are found in ______ in Gujarat.


(a) Mehsana

(b) Sabarkantha

(c) Banaskantha

(d) Kheda

(22) In which language Malik Muhammad Jayasi Wrote Padmavati?


(a) Awadhi

(b) Urdu

(c) Pasian

(d) Hindu

(23) Prince of Wales Museum is at _____


(a) Ahmedabad

(b) Patan

(c) Mumbai

(d) Koba

(24) Which Vedas describes various types of rituals and Samskaras?


(a) Atharvaveda

(b) Yajurvaveda

(c) Rigveda

(d) Samveda

(25) Khambhalia in _________ are famous for cave architectures,


(a) Gondal

(b) Amreli

(c) Jamnagar

(d) Junagadh

(26) Dravidians shifted to south India due to dominance of the _____ in the North.
(a) Nishad

(b) Alpine

(c) Mongoloids

(d) Aryans

(27) Which temple is built by Rajrajeshwar?


(a) Bruhadeshwar (b) Sun Temple

(c) Virupaksha

(d) Pattadakal Memorial

(28) Tarikh e firozshahi gives a detailed account of the reign of the which kings?
(a) Khalje and Tughluk

(b) Tughluk and Akbar

(c) Humayun and Akbar

(d) Akbar and Barbar

(29) In one of the places in Gujarat wooden work is not carried out?
(a) Siddhapur

(b) Idar

(c) Sankheda

(d) Modhera

(30) Which soil is porous ,with gravel and devoid of humus.


(a) Laterite

(b) Alluvial

(c) Mountain

(d) Desert soil

(31) India has a ______ climate.


(a) temperate

(b) Monsoon

(c) moduate

(d) Hot and humid

(32) ____ state has minimum % of forest.


(a) Rajasthan 3.8%

(b) Gujarat 10%

(c) Haryana 3.8%

(d) Tripura 3.8%

(33) A book called ___________ is the oldest book in Avandhi Language?


(a) Chandrayan

(b) Ajitnathpuran

(c) Tirumandi

(d) Gada yudha

(34) Wild cat, Flying fox are ______ class.


(a) Endangered

(b) Adversly affected

(c) Non Vulnerable

(d) Extinct

(35) In which type of soil there are element of iron and alluminium?
(a) Black

(b) Laterite

(c) Red

(d) Alluvial

(36) Find out odd pair


(a) Chhandogya [Philosophical]

(b) Kautilya's [Arthashashtra]

(c) Panini [Ashtadhyayi]

(d) Brishdaranya [ Upanishadic]

(37) The railing around the top of the oval shape is called
(a) arch

(b) Hamika

(c) vedica

(d) Medhi

(38) Amaravati is the best specimen of the sculpture art during the _____ school of art.
(a) Gandhar and Dravid

(b) Dravid

(c) Gandhar

(d) Mathura

(39) What is the high of the Sarnath Stupa?


(a) 127

(b) 125

(c) 120

(d) 128

(40) How much % of the net sown area in cultivated more than once in a year.
(a) 22%

(b) 8%

(c) 16%

(d) 46%

(41) ____ determines the rate of weathering and vegetation.


(a) air

(b) climate

(c) temperature

(d) mineral

(42) Ram and Ravana and Nal Damayanti story are well expressed in which dance form?
(a) Kathak

(b) Kuchipuddi

(c) Manipuri

(d) Kathakali

(43) The heritage "Darjeeling Himalaya Railway is in ___


(a) M.P.

(b) U.P.

(c) W. Bengal

(d) Goa

(44) Where are pious hearts welcome in the garden of Paradise


(a) Fort of Agra

(b) Hamayun Tomb

(c) Red fort

(45) How many languages are constitutionally recognized?

(d) Taj Mahal

(a) 19

(b) 16

(c) 17

(d) 18

(46) The plaited green coloured petticoat is known as kumin coore in which
(a) Kathakali

(b) Manipuri

(c) Kathak

dance?

(d) Orissi

(47) Sudnargadh and Mayurbhanj areas of _____ are major producer of iron are.
(a) Karnataka

(b) Bihar

(c) Orissa

(d) Assam

(48) Which place is known as the 'City of seven Pagoda'


(a) Pattadakal

(b) Khajuraho

(c) Mahabalipuran

(d) Thanjavur

(49) Find odd one out


(a) Chikmanglur and Bellary

(b) Barabil kalol

(c) Durg and Dantiwada

(d) Sundargadh and Mayurbhanj

(50) Region of Himalaya and Mountainous region have at least ____ % of forest.
(a) 10

(b) 50

(c) 40

(d) 60

(51) In which year and where Kabali Baugh Mosque built?


(a) Panipat 1526

(b) Gwalior 1562

(c) Somnath 1519

(d) Agra 1526

(52) What is the position of India in rubber production?


(a) Fourth

(b) Second

(c) Fifth

(d) Third

(53) Akbar had built fatehpur Sikri in the memory of ______


(a) Saint Shaikh Salim Chistti

(b) Saint Shaikh Salim Christ

(c) Saint Shaikh Salim Chisti

(d) Saint Shaikh Salim Christ

(54) Stupa of Nandangadh is near __________


(a) Sarnath

(b) Loriya

(c) Jaipur

(55) What is the high of Brhadisvara Temple?

(d) Kashi
(c) 75

(d) 65

(56) In India the approximate capacity of ground water is ____ billion cubic

metres.

(a) 436

(b) 433

(c) 435

(a) 72

(b) 67

(d) 434

(57) What is height of walls and deep of fort of Agra?


(a) 70 20

(b) 70 30

(c) 70 40

(d) 70 50

(58) Which dam is responsible for Submerged of Sangameshwar temple and Papanasi
temple?
(a) Ukai

(b) Nagarjuna Dam

(c) Hirakud

(d) Srisailam Dam

(59) Hampi was destroyed after the defeat of the last king ____ in 1565.
(a) Rajaraya

(b) Rajchola

(c) Rajarajeshwara

(d) Ramaraya

(60) Which soil is found close to river by the new alluviums deposited by the river.
(a) Urvara

(b) Usara

(c) Bangar

(d) Khadar

(61) Pick out the odd from the following as not as National Monuments.

(a) Modern historical


(c) Mediaeval

(b) Archaeological Sites


(d) New build sites

(62) World Biodiversity Day is celebrated on


(a) 24th Oct.

(b) 2-9 Oct.

(c) 4th Oct.

(d) 29 Dec.

(63) Durg and Dantewada district of _____


(a) Chhatisgadh

(b) Bihar

(c) Amritsar

(d) Orissa

(64) How much % land in Mizoram is under irrigation?


(a) 7.3

(b) 5.3

(c) 4.3

(d) 6.3

(65) India has developed the capacity of preserving _____ billion cubic metres of water.
(a) 174

(b) 177

(c) 148

(d) 147

(66) The Thar Desert receives less than ____ cm rains.


(a) 40

(b) 20

(c) 30

(d) 35

(67) Who moved village to village and appeal landlord to donate their part of
(a) Sardar Patel

(b) Vinoba Bhave

(c) Lok manya

land.

(d) Champak Lal

(68) Which is the main factor responsible for problem of waste and pollution.
(a) illiteracy

(b) Excessive use of Resource

(c) defective planning (d) Over population


(69) % of forests in coastal region.

(a) 40

(b) 30

(c) 20

(d) 10

(70) Rainfall require for jute :


(a) 90 -100 cm

(b) 100 cm more

(c) 100 - 110 cm

(d) less 100 cm

(71) In one region black soil is not found.


(a) Gujarat

(b) Karnataka

(c) Madhya Pradesh

(d) Andra Pradesh

(72) ____ and ___ is used in making sports goods and boxes.
(a) Sal and Teak

(b) child and deodar

(c) Agony and Child

(d) Child and Teak

(73) The Royal Bengal Tiger of West Bengal is one of the ____ species found in

the

world.
(a) eighth

(b) ninth

(c) tenth

(d) fifth

(74) In the following one state does not have copper


(a) Madhya Pradesh

(b) Jarkhand

(c) Assam

(d) Rajashtan

(75) Which soil become sticky and wet on drying developing large and deep cracks.
(a) Alluvial

(b) Black soil

(c) Laterite soil

(d) Red soil

(76) Which community is the best example for the conservation of plants and
(a) Bishnois (M.P.)

(b) Bishnois (A.P)

animals.

(c) Bshnois (U.P)

(d) Bishnois (Rajasthan)

(77) Nagsen was _____ philosopher.


(a) Buddhist

(b) Hindu

(c) Arabic

(d) Jain

(78) % of line found in Jamnagar district.


(a) 91%

(b) 96%

(c) 95%

(d) 97%

(79) Near which caves Portuguese landed first?


(a) Elephanta

(b) Ellora

(c) Ajanta

(d) None

(80) Leather bag for fetching water is called __________


(a) Mashika

(b) Mashaka

(c) Mashiku

(d) Mashak

(81) Alpine Dinark Armenoid tribes migrated from _________ Asia.


(a) South

(b) Central

(c) East

(d) North

(82) Goa is famous for :


(a) Churches

(b) Mosque

(c) Fairs

(d) Temple

(83) The value of the land is determined by its ____ and ____
(a) fertility and menerals

(b) productivity and fertility

(c) productivity and quality

(d) quality and fertility

(84) Grand Anicut was constructed across the river _____


(a) Kaveri

(b) Mahi

(c) Krishna

(d) Godavari

(85) Which language held important place and was courts language used till 19th
Century.
(a) Urdu

(b) Hindi

(c) Persian

(d) Arabic

(86) ______ is the second important mineral of Gujarat.


(a) Copper

(b) Manganese

(c) Mica

(d) Bauxile

(87) Mines of Hajaribagh are well known for ____


(a) Mica

(b) Lead

(c) Linestone

(d) Bauxile

(88) We have succeeded in using only _____ % of the ground water.


(a) 47%

(b) 27%

(c) 37%

(d) 57%

(89) One of the region of Gujarat does not produce cotton?


(a) Vadodara

(b) Surendranagar

(c) Jamnagar

(90) India receives approximately ____ cm rain.


(a) 116

(b) 117

(c) 115

(d) 119

(91) Find out the odd pair __


(a) Manikmala ( Rawalpindi) (b) Dharmarajika (Sarnath)
(c) Bodhivruksha ( kashi)

(d) Nandangadh ( loriya)

(d) Rajkot

(92) _____ state produces maximum Sugar.


(a) Gujarat

(b) Maharashtra

(c) Karnataka

(d) Haryana

(93) Who are called devdasi?


(a) Temple Pujari

(b) Temple Sweeper

(c) Temple devotee

(d) Temple dancer

(94) % of Preserved forests or protected forests.


(a) 29.2%

(b) 54.4%

(c) 16.4%

(d) 16.3%

(95) ___________ is prominent feature of Gujarat.


(a) Inlay work (b) Jade Work

(c) Enamel work

(d) Beat work

(96) Marble , diamend and state are found from ____ rocks.
(a) Sedimentary

(b) Igneous

(c) Transformed

(d) Metaphore

(97) Shri Briju Maharaj GopiKrishna are well known exponents of __________ dance.
(a) Kathakali

(b) Kathak

(c) Manipuri

(d) Kuchipuddi

(98) In which state is similar reserves found?


(a) Uttaranchal

(b) Orissa

(c) West Bengal

(d) Kerala

(99) _____ country stand first in higher quality ironone.


(a) Europe

(b) North America

(c) Brazil

(d) India

(100) In which year the Eastern Yamuna Canal was in ____ state [1882]
(a) A.P.

(b) U.P.

(c) Maharashtra

(d) M.P.

(101) Name the sacred Groves where no forest law is applicable.


(a) Der Rahti

(b) Sarnas and Teheras

(c) Oran

(d) Vani and Kinkari

(102) IUCN stands for ____


(a) International Union for Conservation of Wildlife
(b) International Union for Conservation of Natural

plant

(c) International Union for Conservation of Natural


(d) International Union for Conservation of Natural

Resource

(103) ________ was the capital of the Ikshvakus.


(a) Nagar junkonda

(b) Delhi

(c) Ajmer

(d) Thayuvar

(104) These people came from South - East Asia


(a) Dravidians

(b) Habsi

(c) Mongoloids

(d) Nishad

(105) How much % land in Punjab under irrigation.


(a) 90.7%

(b) 90.6%

(c) 90.8%

(d) 90.5%

(106) In which type of forest farming or cattle grazing is not prohibited.


(a) Preserved

(b) Unclassified

(c) Protected

(d) Reserved

(107) ______ billion cubic metres of water is available for use.


(a) 660

(b) 670

(c) 690

(d) 680

(108) Chakla is related to __________


(a) wall farmer

(b) wall pieces

(c) mats

(d) carpets

(109) Fidn out odd pair


(a) Bana [Harsh Charict]

b) Dandi [Meghdoot]

(c) Bhavabhuti's [Uttar Ram charit]

d) Ashwaghosh's [Buddhacharit]

(110) Maximum forest area is spread in Andaman Nicobar Islands_____ %


(a) 87.9%

(b) 88.9%

(c) 86.9%

(d) 89.9%

(111) How many barrack have been found at Mohan - Jo Daro?


(a) 15

(b) 10

(c) 20

(d) 30

(112) Who is responsible to look after National Monument.


(a) Department of Survery

b) Department of Ancient Monuments

(c) Department of Archaeological sites

d) Department of archaeology

(113) One of the following is not responsible for "Denundation".


(a) Snow

(b) climate

(c) air

(d) Rain

(114) ____ hectare region in not covered by forests.


(a) 735

(b) 765

(c) 637

(d) 767

(115) What is the other name of tidal forests?


(a) Dense

(b) Mangroves

(c) Protected

(d) Open

(116) Tolikappiyam is book related to ______ subject.


(a) History

(b) Grammar

(c) Philosophy

(d) Geograph

(117) In which literature does the mysteries of the life and death materialistic and
spiritual world description given.
(a) Urdu Literature

(b) Sanskrit Literature

(c) Upanishadic Literature

(d) philosophical literature

(118) In Gujarat Sardar Patel Krushi University is in the _____ district.


(a) Banaskantha

(b) Sabarkantha

(c) Mehsana

(d) Kheda

(119) Canal facility is available in the _____ regions and on river banks.
(a) mentain

(b) delta

(c) Peninsular

(d) Plateau

(120) Which multipurpose projects give benefit to karnataka and Andra Pradesh ?
(a) Nagarjuna

(b) Kasi

(c) Hirakud

(d) Tungabhadra

(121) What is wide and height of Buland Darwaja of Fatehpur Sikri?


(a) 43m 53m

(b) 44m 55m

(c) 42m 52m

(d) 41m 50m

(122) After Independence the irrigated areas in India had increased.


(a) half times

(b) 5 times

(c) 3 times

(d) 4 times

(123) Red soils are formed in areas of _____ and ____ rocks.
(a) Metamorphic and Sedimentary b) Igneous and metamorphic
(c) Sedimentary and Igneous

(d) Only Metaphoric

(124) How many million hectares of degraded land in India.


(a) 130 million

(b) 150 million

(c) 110 million

(d) 120 million

(125) Which is a multipurpose protected area to preserve the genetic diversity in the
representation ecosystem.
(a) Reserve

(b) Sanctuaries

(c) Protected forest

(d) National Park

(126) Which state get benefit from Hirakud Projects?


(a) Orissa

(b) West Bengal

(c) Bihar

(d) Andra Pradesh

(127) Which is the basic resource for agriculture.


(a) air

(b) water

(c) land

(d) soil

(128) _______ period is known as golden period of Indian architecture.


(a) Akbar

(b) Shah Jahan

(c) Humayun

(d) Ahmed Shah