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1.

Thesoilswhoseparentmaterialtendtoberichinsandare

A.spodsols1. Thesoilswhoseparentmaterialtendtoberichinsandare B.alfisols C.aridsols D.ultisols Option:A 2.

B.alfisolsThesoilswhoseparentmaterialtendtoberichinsandare A.spodsols C.aridsols D.ultisols Option:A 2.

C.aridsolsA.spodsols B.alfisols D.ultisols Option:A 2.

D.ultisolsA.spodsols B.alfisols C.aridsols Option:A 2.

Option:A

2. Thetideproducedwhenthemoonandthesunareatrightanglestotheearth,

thuspullinginoppositedirections,iscalled

A.neaptidethuspullinginoppositedirections,iscalled B.springtide C.diurnaltide D.ebbtide Option:A 3.

B.springtidethuspullinginoppositedirections,iscalled A.neaptide C.diurnaltide D.ebbtide Option:A 3.

C.diurnaltideA.neaptide B.springtide D.ebbtide Option:A 3.

D.ebbtideA.neaptide B.springtide C.diurnaltide Option:A 3.

Option:A

3. Thesoilfoundinareasofheavyrainfallandhighhumidity,wherethereisgood

growthofvegetationis

peatandmarshysoilgrowthofvegetationis salineandalkalinesoil blacksoil alluvialsoil Option:A

salineandalkalinesoilgrowthofvegetationis peatandmarshysoil blacksoil alluvialsoil Option:A

blacksoilgrowthofvegetationis peatandmarshysoil salineandalkalinesoil alluvialsoil Option:A

alluvialsoilgrowthofvegetationis peatandmarshysoil salineandalkalinesoil blacksoil Option:A

Option:A

4.

Thethicknessofbiosphereis

8­10kmabovetheearth’ssurface

5­8kmabovetheearth’ssurface

5­10kmabovetheearth’ssurface

10­12kmabovetheearth’ssurface

Option:A

5. Thetemperatureinversionis

wheneverthenormaldecreaseofatmospherictemperature

whenthedecreaseintemperatureormoistureorbothtakesplace

wheneverthenormaldecreaseofatmospherictemperatureormoistureorbothchange

withheightoverashortverticalinterval

Alloftheabovewithheightoverashortverticalinterval Option:C 6. betweentwoplacesontheearthandpathbetweenthem?

Option:C

6.

betweentwoplacesontheearthandpathbetweenthem?

Whichofthefollowingismostusefulformeasuringtheshortestdistance

AtlasmapWhichofthefollowingismostusefulformeasuringtheshortestdistance Thematicmaps Wallmaps Globe Option:D

ThematicmapsWhichofthefollowingismostusefulformeasuringtheshortestdistance Atlasmap Wallmaps Globe Option:D

WallmapsWhichofthefollowingismostusefulformeasuringtheshortestdistance Atlasmap Thematicmaps Globe Option:D

GlobeWhichofthefollowingismostusefulformeasuringtheshortestdistance Atlasmap Thematicmaps Wallmaps Option:D

Option:D

7.

Thesecondlargestcontinentintheworldis

AsiaB.Australia

Australia

AfricaD.Europe

Europe

Option:C

8. ThesouthernDeccanareaisinarainshadowandreceivesonly

50to1000mmofrainfallayear

100to200mmofrainfallayear

200to400mmofrainfallayear

50to400mmofrainfallayear

Option:A

9. Theunderlyingcauseofbiodiversitylossis

povertyandunsustainabledevelopmentprojects

macroeconomicpoliciespovertyandunsustainabledevelopmentprojects internationaltradefactors Alloftheabove Option:D 10.

internationaltradefactors

Alloftheabovemacroeconomicpolicies internationaltradefactors Option:D 10. Thetemperatureincreasesrapidlyafter

Option:D

10. Thetemperatureincreasesrapidlyafter

ionosphereB.macroeconomicpolicies internationaltradefactors Alloftheabove Option:D 10. Thetemperatureincreasesrapidlyafter exosphere

exosphere

stratosphereD.Option:A troposphere 11. Thespiralflowinastreamcausedbychannelshapeiscalled streamflow laminarflow turbulentflow

Option:A

troposphere

11. Thespiralflowinastreamcausedbychannelshapeiscalled

streamflow11. Thespiralflowinastreamcausedbychannelshapeiscalled laminarflow turbulentflow helicalflow Option:D 12.

laminarflowstreamflow turbulentflow helicalflow Option:D 12.

turbulentflowstreamflow laminarflow helicalflow Option:D 12.

helicalflowstreamflow laminarflow turbulentflow Option:D 12. Thestormsorfrontalsystemsdevelopwhere

Option:D

12. Thestormsorfrontalsystemsdevelopwhere

airisrisingOption:D 12. Thestormsorfrontalsystemsdevelopwhere atmosphericpressureislow attheequatorandinthemid­latitudes

atmosphericpressureislow

attheequatorandinthemid­latitudes

Alloftheaboveatmosphericpressureislow attheequatorandinthemid­latitudes Option:D 13.

Option:D

13. Thesubatomicparticlesarrivingfromouterspacehavinghighenergyarecalled

protonsOption:D 13. Thesubatomicparticlesarrivingfromouterspacehavinghighenergyarecalled electrons cosmicrays Noneoftheabove

electronsOption:D 13. Thesubatomicparticlesarrivingfromouterspacehavinghighenergyarecalled protons cosmicrays Noneoftheabove

cosmicraysOption:D 13. Thesubatomicparticlesarrivingfromouterspacehavinghighenergyarecalled protons electrons Noneoftheabove

NoneoftheaboveOption:D 13. Thesubatomicparticlesarrivingfromouterspacehavinghighenergyarecalled protons electrons cosmicrays

Option:C

14. Thestrongestbondsexistbetweentheparticlesfoundwithin

metamorphicrocks14. Thestrongestbondsexistbetweentheparticlesfoundwithin igneousrocks sedimentaryrock allhavesimilarstrengthofbonds

igneousrocksmetamorphicrocks sedimentaryrock allhavesimilarstrengthofbonds Option:B 15.

sedimentaryrockmetamorphicrocks igneousrocks allhavesimilarstrengthofbonds Option:B 15.

allhavesimilarstrengthofbonds

Option:B

15.

ThesnowlineonthenorthernsideofgreaterHimalayasrangeabout

1.

4,500to6,000metres

2.

5,500to6,000metres

3.

3,500to6,000metres

4.

Noneoftheabove

 

Option:B

 

16.

Theunitofthelightyearisusedformeasuring

1.

speedofsatellites

2.

speedofships

3.

distancebetweenbodiesintheuniverse

4.

speedofrockets

Option:C

17.

Thetideofminimumriseiscalled

1.

springtide

2.

lowtide

3.

ebbtide

4.

Noneoftheabove

 
 

Option:B

 

18.

Thesecondlargestisland(nexttoGreenland)intheworldis

1.

Borneo

2.

Malagasy

3.

NewGuinea

4.

Sumatra

 

Option:C

 

19.

Thepedogenicprocessassociatedwithpoordrainageandwhichinvolvesthe

accumulationoforganicmatterintheupperlayersofthesoiliscalled

1.

salinisationB.

gleisation

2.

calcificationD.

podsolisation

 

Option:B

 

20.

Therockformationsthatcannotstoregroundwaterarecalled

1.

aquifers

2.

aquicludes

3.

perchedaquifer

4.

spring

 

Option:B

 

21.

Theozonelayerathighaltitudecontains

1.

atomicoxygen(O)andordinaryoxygen(O2)

2.

onlyozone(O3)

3.

mixtureofatomicoxygen(O),ordinaryoxygen(O2)andOzone(O3)

4.

onlyordinaryoxygen(O2)

 

Option:C

 

22.

Thenumberofatopographicmapis4A/16/NW.Itsscalemustbe

1.

1:250,000

2.

1:100,000

3.

1:50,000

4.

1:25,000

 

Option:D

 

23.

Therightascensionistheequivalentoflongitudeonthecelestialsphere,andit

isgivenintheunitsof

2.

time­hours,minutesandseconds

3.

onlyhours

4.

onlyseconds

 
 

Option:B

 

24.

Theradiationbeltsarezonesinspacearoundthe

1.

Earth

2.

JupiterandSaturn

 

3.

Mercury

4.

Earth,JupiterandSaturn

 
 

Option:D

 

25.

Theperiodsofdifferenterasarefurtherdividedinto

1.

eonsB.

epochs

2.

stagesD.

Anyoftheabove

 

Option:C

 

26.

ThePlio­Pleistoceneboundaryliesabout

yearsago,atthebeginningofthe

intervalofwarmingafterthelastPleistoceneglaciations.

1.

1,00,000B.

1,000

Option:C