CBSE Class 5 Social Science India Climate MCQs

CBSE Class 5 Social Science India Climate MCQs with answers available in Pdf for free download. The MCQ Questions for Class 5 Social Science with answers have been prepared as per the latest 2021 syllabus, NCERT books and examination pattern suggested in Standard 5 by CBSE, NCERT and KVS. Multiple Choice Questions for important part of exams for Grade 5 Social Science and if practiced properly can help you to get higher marks. Refer to more Chapter wise MCQs for NCERT Class 5 Social Science and also download more latest study material for all subjects

Question: The ___________ is the first place to receive rain fall.

  • a) None of these
  • b) Marina Beach
  • c) Malabar Coast

Answer: None of these

Question: India experiences ___________main seasons.

  • a) Four
  • b) Three
  • c) Two

Answer: Four

Question: ___________ in Rajasthan is the hottest place in India.

  • a) Jaipur
  • b) Jodhpur
  • c) Jaisalmer

Answer: Jaipur

Question: Loo are ___________ local winds that blow during summer.

  • a) hot
  • b) cold
  • c) None of these

Answer: hot

Question: ___________ is a local wind that blows in West Bengal.

  • a) Kal Baisakhi
  • b) Mango Shower
  • c) Loo

Answer: Kal Baisakhi

Question: Temperature___________ with increase in altitude.

  • a) increases
  • b) decreases
  • c) None of these

Answer: increases

Question: The ___________ of a place is determined on the basis of its temperature, rainfall, atmospheric pressure and direction of wind

  • a) Weather
  • b) Rainfall
  • c) Climate

Answer: Weather

Question: Places situated near the sea have ___________ climate.

  • a) extreme
  • b) moderate
  • c) None of these

Answer: extreme

Question: Which season extends from March to May?

  • a) Rainy
  • b) Rainy
  • c) Summer

Answer: Rainy

Question: The great Himalayan range obstructs the ___________ winds from entering India.

  • a) cold
  • b) None of these
  • c) hot

Answer: cold

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Question: Mango showers occur in ___________ during April – May.

  • a) South India
  • b) East India
  • c) North India

Answer: South India

Question: Teak, Sal, bamboo and rubber trees are grown in ___________ forests.

  • a) Deciduous
  • b) Evergreen
  • c) Tidal

Answer: Deciduous

Question: Forests remain green throughout the year are called

  • a) Evergreen Forests
  • b) Alpine Forests
  • c) Deciduous Forests

Answer: Evergreen Forests

Question: Trees are a source of

  • a) Oxygen
  • b) Carbon dioxide
  • c) Nitrogen

Answer: Oxygen

Question: Forests help in causing

  • a) Rain
  • b) Droughts
  • c) Floods

Answer: Rain

Question: Forests help in

  • a) Soil conservation
  • b) Soil erosion
  • c) None of these

Answer: Soil conservation

Question: ___________ forests are found in Deccan Plateau and Tarai region.

  • a) deciduous
  • b) tidal
  • c) evergreen

Answer: deciduous

Question: The forests of Ganga delta of West Bengal are called

  • a) Sundarbans
  • b) Madhubans
  • c) None of these

Answer: Sundarbans

Question: Forests help us to maintain ___________ balance.

  • a) Ecological
  • b) Biological
  • c) Physical

Answer: Ecological

Question: Trees of ___________ forests have penetrating and widespread roots to collect maximum water.

  • a) Thorny scrub
  • b) Deciduous
  • c) Alpine

Answer: Thorny scrub

Question: Breathing roots of mangrove trees are called ___________.

  • a) Pheumato phores
  • b) Casuarina
  • c) None of these

Answer: Pheumato phores

Question: Flora is referred as

  • a) species of plants
  • b) species of animals
  • c) none of these

Answer: species of plants

Question: since ___________ every year ‘Van Mahotsav’ is celebrated.

  • a) 1950
  • b) 1952
  • c) 1947

Answer: 1950

Question: Chipko Movement initiate under the guidance of

  • a) Sundarlal Bahuguna
  • b) Indira Gandhi
  • c) Sarojini Naidu

Answer: Sundarlal Bahuguna



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