CBSE Class 5 Social Science Industries MCQs

CBSE Class 5 Social Science Industries 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: Where the creation of products and services is home-based is called _________ industry.

  • a) small-scale
  • b) large-scale
  • c) cottage

Answer: small-scale

Question: _________ based industries depend on agricultures

  • a) Agro
  • b) Animal
  • c) Forest

Answer: Agro

Question: Sewing, lace making and wall hangings manufacturing are the examples of

  • a) cottage industry
  • b) none of these
  • c) large-scale industry

Answer: cottage industry

Question: Large-scale industries have been divided into _______ groups.

  • a) four
  • b) five
  • c) three

Answer: four

Question: The art of rearing silk works for silk production is called

  • a) sericulture
  • b) none of these
  • c) epiculture

Answer: sericulture

Question: Economic development of any country depends on

  • a) both
  • b) farming
  • c) industries

Answer: both

Question: Paper and timber are parts of agro-based industry.

  • a) True
  • b) False
  • c) none of these

Answer: True

Question: Ship-building industries are located in

  • a) Kochi & Mumbai
  • b) both
  • c) Kolkata

Answer: Kochi & Mumbai

Question: The coastal regions of ________ produce the bulk of salt.

  • a) Gujarat and Tamil Nadu
  • b) Goa and Maharashtra
  • c) none of these

Answer: Gujarat and Tamil Nadu

Question: Fibre made from the husk of coconut is called

  • a) coir
  • b) thread
  • c) none of these

Answer: coir

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Question: Distribution of industry all over India is

  • a) even
  • b) uneven
  • c) none of these

Answer: even

Question: In India iron and steel industries located in

  • a) Jamshedpur, Durgapur
  • b) Barauni and Trombay
  • c) Lucknow and Madurai

Answer: Jamshedpur, Durgapur


Question: Ahmedabad, Kanpur, Lucknow and Kolkata famous for _______ industry

  • a) cotton textile
  • b) silk
  • c) Jute

Answer: cotton textile

Question: ________ in India provides employment to around 35 percent of people.

  • a) Cottage industry
  • b) small-scale industry
  • c) large-scale industry

Answer: Cottage industry

Question: A base material that is used to make something else is called

  • a) raw material
  • b) none of these
  • c) ready material

Answer: raw material

Question: ________ industry is located in Kolkata and Assam.

  • a) Jute
  • b) silk
  • c) iron and steel

Answer: Jute

Question: Haldia and Vadodara are famous for ________ industry.

  • a) iron and steel
  • b) cotton textile
  • c) petrochemical

Answer: iron and steel

Question: Mysuru and Bengaluru are famous for _______ industry.

  • a) silk
  • b) ship building
  • c) jute

Answer: silk

Question: small-scale industries employs

  • a) family members
  • b) none of these
  • c) hired labour

Answer: family members

Question: Tamil Nadu has ________ metal industries

  • a) Steel
  • b) copper
  • c) aluminum

Answer: Steel

Question: Oil refineries in Uttar Pradesh are located in

  • a) Mathura and Barauni
  • b) none of these
  • c) Kanpur and Allahabad

Answer: Mathura and Barauni

Question: Development of industries promotes

  • a) urbanisation
  • b) Farming
  • c) None of these

Answer: urbanisation

Question: ________ based industries include paper, plywood and resins etc.

  • a) Forest
  • b) Animal
  • c) Mineral

Answer: Forest

Question: India is one of the ________ industrialised countries.

  • a) top ten
  • b) top most
  • c) top twenty

Answer: top ten



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