1. Match the columns
Ans: (a) (ii), (b) (iii), (c) (iv), (d) (i)
2.Specialised cultivation of fruits and vegetables iscalled
(a) Agriculture (b) Horticulture
(c) Sericulture (d) Pisciculture
3.Punjab and Haryana grow rice mainly due to
(a) availability of cheap labour.
(b) development of canals irrigation and tubewells.
(c) fertile soil.
(d) development of transport network.
4.Rabi crops are sown in
(a) Winter (b) Summer
(c) Autumn (d) Spring
5.The slash and burn agriculture is known as ________________ in the north–eastern states of India.
6.India is the largest producer and consumer of ______________ in the world.
7.Terrace cultivation leads to increase in the level of soil erosion. (True/False)
8.Minerals need to be conserved because
(i) They are renewable.
(ii) They are depleting rapidly.
(iii) They are needed for country’s industrial development.
(iv) Their formation is very fast.
(a) (i) and (ii) (b) (ii) and (iii)
(c) (iii) and (iv) (d) All of the above
9.Which of the following statements are incorrect with regard to placer deposits?
(i) They occur as alluvial deposits.
(ii) They are corroded by water.
(iii) They occur in ocean beds.
(iv) They are found in sands of the valley floors and the base of hills.
(a) (i) and (ii) (b) (ii) and (iii)
(c) (iii) and (iv) (d) (i) and (iv)
10.The Hazira – Vijaipur – Jagdishpur pipeline does not pass through this state.
(a) Uttar Pradesh (b) Gujarat
(c) Madhya Pradesh (d) Maharashtra
11.Low grade brown coal is called
(a) Magnetite (b) Bauxite
(c) Lignite (d) Limonite
12.Which of the following states is the oldest producer of oil?
(a) Arunachal Pradesh (b) Assam
(c) Andhra Pradesh (d) Gujarat
13.Metallurgical coal used in the smelting of iron ore is
(a) Anthracite (b) Bituminous
(c) Lignite (d) Peat
14.Which one of the following states is the leading producer of Iron ore?
(a) Chhattisgarh (b) Jharkhand
(c) Karnataka (d) Madhya Pradesh
15.Kakrapara nuclear power station is located in the state of
(a) Maharashtra (b) Andhra Pradesh
(c) Karnataka (d) Gujarat
16.Nearly 10 kg of ___________ is required to manufacture one tonne of steel.
17.___________ in India has ideal conditions for utilising tidal energy.
Ans: Gulf of Kuchchh
18.________________ is the most important lignite mine of Tamil Nadu.
19.Kalpakkam is the nuclear power plant located in Tamil Nadu. (True/False)
20.The plant using cow dung is known as Gobar Gas Plant. (True/False)
21.Parvati Valley is the leading producer of Solar energy. (True/False)
22.Which one of the following is a non-metallic mineral?
(a) Lead (b) Copper
(c) Tin (d) Limestone
23.Kudremukh is an important Iron Ore mine of
(a) Kerala (b) Madhya Pradesh
(c) Karnataka (d) Andhra Pradesh
24.Which of the following minerals is mined at Balaghat mines?
(a) Manganese (b) Aluminium
(c) Copper (d) Limestone
25.Which of the following is an offshore oil field?
(a) Ankaleshwar (b) Digboi
(c) Kalol (d) Mumbai High
26.Minerals are generally found in _____________.
27.About 63% of India’s petroleum production comes from _______________.
Ans: Mumbai High
28.The Bailadila Hills look like the hump of a camel.(True/False)
29.The full form of CNG Compressed Natural Gas.(True/False)
30.Match the columns
Column A Column B
(a) Manganese (i) Electrical industries
(b) Copper (ii) Karnataka
(c) Mica (iii) West Bengal
(d) Limestone (iv) Madhya Pradesh
(e) Coal (v) Cement
Ans: (a) (ii), (b) (iii), (c) (i), (d) (v), (e) (iv)
31.Which one of the following cities has emerged as the ‘electronic capital’ of India? [All India 2012]
(a) Delhi (b) Kolkata
(c) Bengaluru (d) Hyderabad
32.Which one of the following factors plays the most important role in the location of an industry in a particular region?
(a) Raw material
(c) Least production cost
33.Which of the following industries is not a heavy industriy.
(a) Cotton textile (b) Cement
(c) Iron and Steel (d) Ship building
34.Which one of the following industries manufactures telephones, computer, etc.?
(b) Iron and Steel
35.Which one of the following public sector plants is located in Chhattisgarh?
(a) Bokaro Steel Plant
(b) Bhilai Steel Plant
(c) Durgapur Steel Plant
(d) Rourkela Steel Plant
36.Which one of the following agencies, markets steel for the public sector plants?
(a) HAIL (b) SAIL
(c) TATA Steel (d) MNCC
37.Which one of the following is not a centre of Automobile industry ?
(a) Chennai (b) Bengaluru
(c) Jamshedpur (d) Coimbatore
38.SAIL is an example of _______________industry.
Ans: Public Sector
39.The first textile mill was set up at _____________.
40.India exports jute goods to ________________.
41.Silencers can be used to control______________.
Ans: Noise pollution
42.The sugar industry is well suited to the cooperative sector. (True/False)
43.Coir industry is an example of cooperative sector. (True/False)
44.India is the largest producer of Sponge Iron.(True/False)
45.Match the columns
Column A Column B
(a) Leading centre of (i) Mumbai
(b) A software technology park (ii) Gurgaon
(c) Software Technology (iii) Chhattisgarh
Park in Kerala
(d) A leading centre of cotton (iv) Bhubaneswar
(e) Bhilai Steel Plant (v) Thiruvananthapuram
Ans: (a) (ii), (b) (iv), (c) (v), (d) (i), (e) (iii)
46.Leading centre of woollen textile industry in Punjab
(a) Kanpur (b) Ludhiana
(c) Murshidabad (d) Panipat
(a) Joint Sector Industry
(b) Private Sector Industry
(c) Co-operative Sector Industry
(d) Public Sector Industry
48.Iron and Steel industry requires Iron ore, coking coal and limestone in which of the following proportions?
(a) 2 : 3 : 1 (b) 4 : 2 : 1
(c) 1 : 2 : 3 (d) 2 : 3 : 4
49.The employees employed in the manufacturing of the car belongs to the _____________.
Ans: Secondary Sector
50._____________region has the maximum concentration of iron and steel industries.
Ans: Chhotanagpur region.
51.The Dabur industry is a public sector industry.(True/False)
52.Edible oil industry is an example of the agro based industry. (True/False)
53.What is the name given to the International Airport at Kolkata?
(a) Jawaharlal Nehru
(c) Rajiv Gandhi
(d) Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose
54.Which one of the following means of transport is used for carrying solids in a slurry form?
(a) Trucks (b) Railways
(c) Pipelines (d) Ships
55.Which one of the following is an inland riverine port?
(a) Kandla (b) Kolkata
(c) Mumbai (d) Tuticorin
56.Which one of the following is not the means of mass communication?
(a) Cards and envelopes
57.The longest pipeline connects
(a) Hazira to Kanpur
(b) Salaya to Jalandhar
(c) Hazira to Jagdishpur
(d) Koyali to Haldia
58.Which one of the following pairs is not correctly matched?
Column I Column II
(a) First port (i) Kandla
(b) Biggest port (ii) Mumbai
(c) A port located at the
entrance of a lagoon (iii) Tuticorin
(d) An inland riverine port (iv) Kolkata
(e) Oldest artificial port (v) Chennai
59.Difference between the total value of exports and imports is called ___________.
(a) Balance of Payment
(b) Balance of Trade
(c) Surplus Budget
(d) Deficit Balance
60.Which one of the following countries has the largest telecom network in Asia?
(a) China (b) Japan
(c) Pakistan (d) India
61.STD refers to
(a) Suburban Telephone Dialing
(b) Subscriber Trunk Dialing
(c) Social Telephone Distributor
(d) Speed Telephone Dialing
62.The first train was steamed off from
(a) Mumbai to Kalyan
(b) Mumbai to Delhi
(c) Mumbai to Thane
(d) Mumbai to Satara
63._______________is the largest producer of feature films in the world.
64._______________ has the lowest density of roads in India.
Ans: Jammu and Kashmir
65.The two important navigable rivers of India are the ______________ and the ______________.
Ans: Ganga and Yamuna
66.The Raja Sansi is the southernmost International Airport. (True/False)
67.Marmagao is the premier iron ore exporting port of Goa. (True/False)
68.International Trade is considered as economic barometer for a country. (True/False)
69.Match the columns
Column A Column B
(a) Indira Gandhi International Airport (i) Odisha
(b) Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose (ii) Mumbai
(c) Chhatrapati Shivaji (iii) Kolkata
(d) Kandla (iv) Gujarat
(e) Paradwip (v) Delhi
Ans: (a) (v), (b) (iii), (c) (ii), (d) (iv), (e) (a)
70.Which one of the following is a subsidiary port of Kolkata?
(a) Tuticorin (b) Jawaharlal Nehru
(c) Haldia (d) Vishakhapatnam
71.The first class mail includes which one of the following?
(a) Book packets
(b) Registered newspapers
(c) Envelopes and cards
(d) Periodicals and journals
72.The people who make the products come to the consumers by transportation are called _______.
(a) Businessman (b) Retailers
(c) Traders (d) Industrialists
73.Which one of the following commodities does not belong to items of export?
(a) Gems and jewellery
(b) Agriculture and allied products
(d) Engineering Goods
74.______________maintains the District Roads.
Ans: Zila Parishad
75.Maximum numbers of newspapers published in India are in ___________.
76.Foreign tourists visit India for heritage tourism, medical tourism, adventure tourism and business tourism. (True/False)
77.Andhra Pradesh has the maximum road density in India. (True/False)
78.Which of the following is an example of horizontal sharing of power?
(a) Power sharing between different states.
(b) Power sharing between different organs of the government.
(c) Power sharing between different levels of the government.
(d) Power sharing between different political parties.
79.Who elects the community government in Belgium?
(a) People belonging to one language community only.
(b) By the leader of Belgium.
(c) The citizens of the whole country.
(d) The community leaders of Belgium.
80.The Community Government signifies:
(a) The powers of government regarding community development.
(b) The powers of the government regarding law making for the community.
(c) The powers of the government regarding cultural, educational and language related issues.
(d) The government enjoys privileges to safeguard the interest of a particular community.
81.The word ‘ethnic’ signifies:
(a) different religions.
(b) social division on shared culture.
(c) a violent conflict between opposite groups.
(d) a careful calculation of gains and losses.
82.Power sharing is:
(a) the very spirit of democracy
(b) separation of powers at different levels.
(c) system of checks and balances.
(d) a type of balancing powers.
83.Sinhala was recognised as the only official language by the _______________.
Ans: Act of 1956
84.A government for the entire country is usually called _______________.
Ans: Federal Government
85.A belief that the majority community should be able to rule country in whichever way they want,by disregarding the wishes and needs of minority is known as ________________.
86.Power sharing is the distribution of powers at only one level of government. (True/False)
87.Power sharing arrangement among the different organs of the government is known as horizontal sharing. (True/False)
88.Belgium successfully solved its problem by Community Government. (True/False)
89.Match the columns
Column A Column B
(a) Coalition Government (i) Each organ of th government checks the other
(b) Civil War (ii) Government of more than two political parties
(c) Check and Balance (iii) Power may also be shared among different social groups
(d) Community Government (iv) A violent conflict between opposing groups
Ans: (a) (ii), (b) (iv), (c) (i), (d) (iii)
Choose the correct option:
90.Power sharing is desirable because it helps:
(a) To increase pressure on government.
(b) To reduce possibilities of conflicts.
(c) To generate awareness among people.
(d) To increase percentage of voters.
91.System of ‘checks and balances’ means:
(a) Horizontal distribution of powers.
(b) Separation of powers.
(c) Put a check on the exercise of unlimited powers of the organs of government by maintaining a balance of power among various institutions.
(d) Federal division of powers
92.________________ is referred to as social division based on culture and language.
Ans: Ethnic group
93.Community government is a very specific type of government in ________________.
94.________________ was amended four times between 1970 and 1993.
Ans: Belgium Constitution
95.Two languages spoken in Sri Lanka are English and Sinhalese. (True/False)
96.The System of Panchayati Raj involves
(a) The village, block and district levels
(b) The village, and state levels
(c) The village district and state levels
(d) The village, state and Union levels
97.In case of a clash between the laws made by the centre and a state on a subject in the concurrent list:
(a) the state law prevails.
(b) the central law prevails.
(c) both the laws prevail within their respective jurisdictions.
(d) the Supreme Court has to intervene to decide.
98.Match the following:
Column A Column B
(A) Union Territory (i) Decision-making body for the entire village
(B) Local self (ii) An alliance of more than government two parties
(C) Coalition (iii) Representatives’ government body at the district level
(D) Zila Parishad (iv) Area which is run by the Union / Central government
(a) A – (ii), B – (iii), C – (iv) and D – (i)
(b) A – (iv), B – (i), C – (iii) and D – (ii)
(c) A – (iv), B – (i), C – (ii) and D – (iii)
(d) A – (iv), B – (iii), C – (ii) and D – (i)
99.Which of the following subjects is not included in the state list?
(a) Law and order (b) National defence
(c) Education (d) Agriculture
100.In India’s federal system, the state governments have the power to legislate on all those subjects which are included in the:
(a) Union list (b) State list
(c) Concurrent list (d) Residuary subjects
1. What is Calligraphy ?
2 . Define :-
a protestant Reformation
b. Vernicular Press Act
3. Who was Martin Luther ? Why was he grateful to printing ?
4. How did Japan contributed to printing revolution ?
5. What was the contribution of Gutenberg to printing technology ?
6. How did idea of science and technology became popular among masses ?
7. Describe the impact of the print revolution on the lives of women in brief.
8. Explain following terms :- Civil Rights Movement, Black Power Movement, Overlapping differences .
9. Explain with examples different forms of social diversity.
10. How do social divisions affect politics? Explain by giving examples from Northern Ireland and Sri Lanka.
11. Describe the idea of Cross cutting differences with examples.
13. Evaluate the impact of social divisions on politics with examples.
14. How do class and religion overlap with each other in northern Ireland ?
15. Do all social differences lead to social divisions? Cite examples from the lesion
16. What were the new forms of popular literature that targeted new audience ?
17. “The Print culture created the conditions within which the French Revolution occurred “ .Write three arguments in support of the above statement.
18 .How did print culture affect women in the nineteenth century ? Explain in detail.
19. Write a shot note on manuscripts before the age of print ?
20. Evaluate the impact of social division on politics with examples
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