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Questions:

1. It can be defined as the study to predict the effect of a proposed activity/project on the environment.

A. Environmental Management Plan C. Environmental Impact Assesment


B. Environmental Management Bureau D. Environmental Engineering

2. A stage in which determines whether the proposed project requires an EIA and if it requires EIA, then
the level of assessment required.

A. Scoping C. Impact Analysis

B. Screening D. Public Hearing

3. This stage identifies key issues and impact that should be further investigated. This stage also defines
the boundary and the time limit of the study.

A. Scoping C. Impact Analysis

B. Screening D. Public Hearing

4. Consultation between the project proponent (assisted by a consultant) and the impact assessment
authority (assisted by an expert group if necessary).

A. Impact Analysis C. Decision Making

B. Public Hearing D. Baseline Analysis

5. Studies on soil characteristics, existing land use and topography, landscape and drainage pattern
within the impact zone.

A. Biological Environment C. Noise Environment

B. Water Environment D. Land Environment

6. Assessment of the potential damage to terrestrial and aquatic flora and fauna due to discharge of
effluent and gaseous emissions from the projects.

A. Water Environment C. Biological Environment

B. Land Environment D. Air Environment

7. Study of existing ground and surface water resources with respect to quality and the quantity within
the impact zone of the proposed project.

A. Noise Environment C. Socio- Economic and Health Environment

B. Water Environment D. Impact Analysis

8. Delineation of mitigation measures including prevention and control for each environmental
component and rehabilitation and resettlement plan.

A. Environmental Management Plan C. Environmental Health

B. Environment Impact Assesment D. Environmental Management Bureau

9. The following are the EIA flaws except

A. Costly C. Integrity

B. Time Consuming D. None of the above


10. is a way of ‘mapping’ the environmental consequences of the significant aspects of the projects and
its alternatives.

A. Screening C. Scoping

B. Impact prediction D. Baseline Data

11. Collection of epidemiological data, including studies on prominent endemic diseases and morbidity
rates among population within the impact zone.

A. Land Environment C. Socio-Economic and health environment

B. Impact Analysis D. Noise Environment

12. What is the core Values of EIA?

A. Integrity C. Utility

B. Sustainability D. All of the above

13. Environmental Impact Assessment started as a mandatory regulatory procedure originated in the
early 1970’s with the implementation of

A. National Environmental Policy Act C. National Environmental Agency

B. National Environmental Protection Council D. National Environmental Awareness Act

14. Identification of impacts due to any anticipated rise in noise levels on the surrounding environment .

A. Land Environment C. Noise Environment

B. Noise Environment D. Water Environment

15. Evaluation of the adequacy of the proposed pollution control devices to meet gaseous emission and
ambient air quality standards.

A. Water Environment C. Noise Environment

B. Land Environment D. Noise Environment