Friday, 12 November 2021

CBSE Class 12 Geography Term 1 - MCQs #class12Geography #cbse #eduvictors #cbseterm1

CBSE Class 12 Geography Term 1 - MCQs (2021-22)

CBSE Class 12 Geography Term 1 - MCQs #class12Geography #cbse #eduvictors #cbseterm1

Q1: Who coined the term neo-determinism?

(a) Griffith Taylor

(b) Ratzel

(c) Blache

(d) Christaller


Q2: Stop and go determinism is also known as

(a) Possibilism

(b) Determinism

(c) Neo determinism

(d) None of the above



Q3: Name the school of thought of Human Geography that employed the Marxian

theory.

(a) Deterministic school of thought

(b) Behavioural school of thought

(c) Radical school of thought

(d) Humanistic school of thought



Q4: Factors which effect population distributinn are given as:

(a) Economic factors

(b) Social and culture factors

(c) Geographical factors

(d) All of these



Q5: Those factors which make the place of destination seem more attractive than the place of origin are known as: 

(a) push factors

(b) pull factors

(c) migration factors

(d) immigration factor



Q6: In the second stage of Demographic Transition Theory:

(a) fertility remains low

(b) fertility remains high

(c) fertility remains stagnant 

(d) Fertility plays no major role



Q7: A country’s level of development is measured only in terms of its: 

(a) medical growth

(b) economic growth

(c) human growth

(d) migratory growth




Q8: Which is not used to measure the human development index?

(a) Literacy rate 

(b) Per capita income 

(c) Life expectancy 

(d) Social status of the people




Q9: Which one of the following best describes development?

(a) Increasing size 

(b) Positive change in quality

(c) A constant in size simple 

(d) Change in the quality.



Q10: What is Transhumance?

(a) The process of seasonal migration from plain to pasture on mountains vice-versa.

(b) The process of hunting on higher altitude

(c) The process of gathering on higher mountain

(d) Migration from urban area to rural area on mountains



Q11: In which agriculture type. farmer grow crops in small area?

(a) Plantation

(b) Extensive Commercial Grain Cultivation

(c) Subsistence agriculture

(d) All of the above



Q12: Hunting, agriculture, fishing and mining are: 

(a) Primary activities

(b) Secondary activities 

(c) Tertiary activities 

(d) Quintenary activities



Q13:  The state of India which has the lowest percentage of population below poverty line:

(a) Punjab

(b) Tamil Nadu

(c) Jammu & Kashmir

(d) Goa



Q14: An important aspect of population growth in India is the growth of its_______. 

(a) Adolescent

(b) Toddlers

(c) Old age

(d) All of the Above



Q15: The first complete population Census was conducted in India in: 

(a)1882 

(b)1881

(c)1883 

(d)1884



Q16: The period from 1901 to 1921 is referred to as period of:

(a) Stagnant or stationery phase of growth of India’s population. 

(b) Steady population growth.

(c) Population explosion in India.

(d) None of the Above



Q17: In which wave of migration people migrated to Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia etc. 

(a) First wave of migration

(b) Second wave of migration

(c) Third wave of migration

(d) Fourth wave of migration



Q18: Which one of the following states receives the maximum number of immigrants in India?

(a) Madhya Pradesh

(b) Maharashtra

(c) Uttar Pradesh

(d) Tamil Nadu



Q19: Which of the following statement is not relevant in reference to migration?

(a) The amount of remittance sent by the internal migrants plays an important role in the growth of economy of the source area.

(b) Migration leads to the re-distribution of the population within a country 

(c) Migration leads to intermixing of people from diverse culture

(d) Migration leads to good marriages.



Q20: Urbanization is expressed in terms of ________.

(a) Absolute number

(b) Ratio

(c) Percentage

(d) None of the above



Q21: Which one from the following is example of Ancient town?

(a) Varanasi

(b) Delhi

(c) Agra

(d) Jaipur



Q22: Which of the following types of rural settlements is found in the fertile alluvial plains and north-eastern states of India?

(a) Clustered

(b) Semi-clustered

(c) Hamleted

(d) Dispersed



Q23: Which chemical has concentrated in water in Bihar?

(a) Salt

(b) Salinity 

(c) Fluoride 

(d) Arsenic



Q24: The North-western India and Deccan Plateau are deficient in:

(a) population

(b) moist air

(c) rainfall 

(d) sunlight



Q25: Name the board that monitors the water quality of national aquatic resources.

(a) The Central Pollution Centre Board

(b) The Central Pollution Control Board

(c) The Central Pollution Communication Board

(d) The Central Pollution Common Board



Answers:

1: (a) Griffith Taylor

2: (c) Neo determinism

3: (c) Radical school of thought

4: (d) All of these

5: (b) pull factors

6: (a) fertility remains low 

7: (b) economic growth

8: (d) Social status of the people

9: (b) Positive change in quality

10: (a) The process of seasonal migration from plain to pasture on mountains vice-versa.

11: (c) Subsistence agriculture

12: (a) Primary activities

13: (c) Jammu & Kashmir

14: (a) Adolescent

15: (b)1881

16: (a) Stagnant or stationery phase of growth of India’s population. 

17: (b) Second wave of migration

18: (b) Maharashtra

19: (d) Migration leads to good marriages.

20: (c) Percentage

21: (a) Varanasi

22: (a) Clustered

23: (d) Arsenic

24: (c) rainfall 

25: (b) The Central Pollution Control Board


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