Geography Economics Important fill up and Match the following

1.       A large area of India is covered by the ___________ (mountains, plains, old plateaus, deserts)
2.       Area wise India is the __________largest country in the world. (fifth, seventh, sixth, fourth)
3.       Area wise __________is the largest state. (Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan)
4.       ___________is the Southernmost tip of the Indian Peninsula. (Kanniyakumari, Madurai, Thiruvanthapuram, Chennai)
5.       The ________range is considered as the world's highest mountain range . (Himalaya, Aravalli, Satpura, Nilgiri)
6.       _________is the most continuous, loftiest and northernmost range of Himalaya. (Shiwalik, Aravalli, Himadri, Himachal)
7.       The forest soils are ________in colour. (dark yellow, dark brown, dark red, pink)
8.       _________ is the major land use in Indian Himalayan region. (Agriculture, Transportation, snow cover, Forest cover)
9.       Rajasthan Plain is known as _________desert. (Sahara, Kalahari, Gobi, Great Indian)
10.    _________river flows through the south-eastern part of Bagar region. (Satluj, Ghaghra, Luni, Saraswati)
11.    _________grows very well in arid condition. (Pipal, Babul, Eucalyptus, Banyan)
12.    The wool of _________bread of sheep is considered of superior quality. (Chokla, Pungal, Marwari, MAlpuri)
13.    About ________ of the total population of Rajasthan State lives in the Rajasthan desert. (22%, 38%, 43%, 64%)
14.    Most of the region is drained by small seasonal streams know as _________(Chos, Doab, river, tributary)
15.    __________ is the leading fresh milk center. (Amritsar, Chandigarh, Shimla, Delhi)
16.    ________ Project is built on the Satluj river. (Bhakra-Nangal, Hirakund, Jayakwadi, Damodar Valley)
17.    Punjab and Haryana Plain is the leading producers of _________. (bajara, wheat, oilseads, sugarcane)
18.    The holiest of Sikh shrines Golden Temple is in the city of ___________. (Patiala, Chandigarh, Amritsar, Bhatinda)
19.    The Tarai is ________land. (a forest, a marshy, an infertile, a desert)
20.    The foothills of Jalpaigudi and Darjeeling districts are called__________. (the Khadar, the plains, hill stations, the duars)
21.    Varanasi is famous for _________. (Cotton sarees, wollen clothes, silk sarees, leather production)
22.    _________ River rises in the Peninsular Plateau and joins River Yamuna. (Gandak, Kosi, Chambal, Luni)
23.    Agra is a ___________city. (commercial, historical, administrative, educational)
24.    Major part of Malwa Plateau falls in the state of_______ (Maharashtra, Goa, Madhya Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh)
25.    __________soils are formed in regions receiving heavy rainfall. (Black, Laterite, Desert, Sandy)
26.    __________soils formed from the basalt rock is found in Madhya Pradesh. (Laterite , Black, Red, Sandy)
27.    The Chambal badlands are also known as___________. (deep gullies, stony plains, ravines, caves)
28.    The triangular region to the south of Narmada is known as the _________plateau. (Malwa, Bundelkhand, Chota Nagpur)
29.    Garhjat hills occupy the north western part of_______State. (Maharashtra, Odisha, Madhya Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh)
30.    ____________soil is well developed in the Deccan lava region of Maharashtra. (Black, Gray, Desert, Pink)
31.    The Southern Ghats are named ________ (Anai Mudi, Kemmangundi, Nilgiri, Anna Malai)
32.    The ____ island located to the east of the middle Andaman is the only active volcano in India. (Nicobar, Barran, Maldives)
33.    Malabar coast has _______which are locally known as kayals. (canals, rivers, backwaters, Tanks)
34.    The highest peak in the western ghats is __________(Annaimudi, Dodabetta, Annamali, K2)
1.       The main motive of producers is to maximise profit in _________economy. (socialist, capitalist, mixed)
2.       Optimum population indicates __________size of population. (an ideal, lower, excess)
3.       Productive activities are mainly classified into ________sectors. (one, two, three)
4.       Tertiary sector is also known as _________sector. (industrial, agricultural, service)
5.       In the _______technique there is more use of machinery than labour. (capital intensive, labour intensive, traditional)
6.       An economic problem mainly arises due to _______resources. (plenty, scarcity, availability)
7.       In a capitalist economy, means of production are owned, controlled and operated by_____ (government, society, Private)
8.       Goods and Services are produced and supplied by ____ sector on the basis of 'No Profit, No Loss'. (joint, Private, public)
9.       Inflation is a _______ economic concept. (regional, global, national)
10.    Inflation is generally associated with rapidly _______ prices. (rising, falling, declining)
11.    Due to developmental policies, ________expenditure increases. (private, public, personal)
12.    An increase in _______ reduces the stock of commodities available for home consumption. (import, export, production)
13.    Due to an easy availability of _________ consumer's spending rises. (credit, time, goods)
14.    Inflation_________saving and capital formation. (reduces, increases, expands)
15.    PDS helps to put check on the prices of ________goods. (essential, luxury, prestige)
16.    A ________pricing structure was introduced under the Targeted PDS.(single, dual, triple)
17.    A ________is essential to distribute foodgrain through PDS. (identity card, ration card, Aadhar card)
18.    Families below poverty line have ______ration card. (yellow, orange, white)
19.    A person who uses or consumes goods and services is called a __________ (consumer, seller, producer)
20.    In India ______is known as NAtional Consumer's Day. (24th December, 15th MArch, 1st July
1.       Goa
a)       Godavari Delta                          (f) Union Territory
2.       Lakshadweep
b)       Smallest state
3.       Oldest landmasses
c)       Southernmost tip of India
4.       Eastern Coastal Plain
d)       Largest State
5.       Indira Point
e)       Peninsular Plateau

1.       The Karakoram
a)       High altitude desert                  (f) Tributary of Brahmaputra
2.       K-2
b)       Heavily glaciated
3.       Ladakh
c)       Sources of Indus
4.       Mansarovar
d)       Second highest peak of the world
5.       Subansiri
e)       Zaskar Range

1.       Marusthali
a)       Best fodder                          (f) National bird
2.       Babul
b)       Step Wells
3.       Goat
c)       Barkhan
4.       Bavadis
d)       Lohi
5.       Peacock
e)       small tank

1.       Floral and faunal diversity
a)       Around Patiala                      (f) Amritsar
2.       Shisham
b)       Southeast of the Punjab
3.       Dhak
c)       The foothills of the Shiwaliks
4.       Harmandir sahib
d)       Shiwalik in Punjab
5.       Ambala
e)       Science Apparatuses

1.       Khadar
a)       Consists of boulders, gravels, sand               (f) two rivers
2.       Bangar
b)       Consists new alluvial
3.       Bhabar
c)       Consists older alluvial
4.       Varanasi
d)       consists of chemicals
5.       Doab
e)       religions town

1.       Jabalpur
a)       Serving as headquarters for the West Central Railway zone            (f) Rich in minerals
2.       Gurushikhar
b)       Madhya Pradesh
3.       Vindhyanchal
c)       Western ghats
4.       Chota NAgpur Plateau
d)       Aravalli Mountain
5.       Ujjain
e)       Ancient cultural capital of the Malwa REgion

1.       Bengaluru and Pune
a)       Maidan
2.       Udagamandalam
b)       Tamilnadu
3.       Karnataka Plateau
c)       IT hubs
4.       Tanks
d)       Konda
e)       kere in kannada

1.       Palaghat
a)       A hill Station                         (f) Pearl banks.
2.       Agatti
b)       A place of worship
3.       Saputara
c)       An airport
4.       Port Blair
d)       A gap in Ghats
5.       Mannar Gulf (f)
e)       Capital city
straight Answer

1.       Luni River
a)       Lavanavari River
2.       Marusthali
b)       Rajasthan Desert
3.       Sheep
c)       Chokla, Marwari, Malpuri, Pungal, Merino
4.       Goat
d)       Lohi,
5.       Bullocks
e)       Kankrej, Nagauri, Tharparkar, and Rathi
6.       Camel
f)        Bikaneri, Jaisalmeri, Bikaneri
7.       Loo
g)       Strong hot and dry summer afternoon winds
8.       vembnad
h)       Longest back water areas in kerala
9.       Kavaratti
i)        Capital of Lakshadweep
10.    Gangtok
j)        Capital of Sikkim

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