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Q NO 1: One hour difference in local time between(among) two places is equivalent to a difference of ______

  1. 10 longitude
  2. 15 longitude
  3. 15 latitude
  4. 20 latitude

Q  NO:  The local time at a state is 6 a.m. when the G.M.T is 3 a.m. the longitude of that place is _____

  1. 45 degrees east
  2. 45 degrees west
  3. 120 degrees east
  4. 120 degrees west

Q  NO:  Upto about 50 km from the surface of earth the atmosphere consists of approximately(about) _____

  1. 78% oxygen and 21% nitrogen
  2. 21% oxygen and 78% nitrogen
  3. 68% oxygen and 32% nitrogen
  4. 33% oxygen and 66% nitrogen

Q  NO:  Name the instrument(device) used for measuring humidty.

  1. Barometer
  2. Thermometer
  3. Hygrometer
  4. Hydrometer

Q  NO:  Most of the weather phenomena(events) take place in which of the following layers of the atmosphere?

  1. Stratosphere
  2. Mesosphere
  3. Lonosphere
  4. Troposphere

Q  NO:  That the earth is rotating on its axis is established(recognized) by the fact that ______

  1. The moon and stars move(transfer) in the sky
  2. The earth experiences day and night
  3. The planetary winds are blowing
  4. The time in different(various) parts of the earth is not the same

Q  NO:  Funnel shaped clouds with violent(intense) whirl winds are named as ______

  1. Tsunami
  2. Cirrus
  3. Tornado
  4. Stratus

Q  NO:  The tropical cyclones often follow the direction(side) of movement from ______

  1. South to north
  2. East to west
  3. West to east
  4. North to south

Q  NO:  An upper wind system with very high velocities in the stratosphere is called(known)______

  1. A cyclone
  2. An anticyclone
  3. Monsoon
  4. Jet stream

Q  NO:  The amount of water vapour (grams) in a given volume of air (cubic meter) is known as ______

  1. Specific humidity
  2. Relative humidity
  3. Vapour pressure
  4. Absolute humidity

Q  NO:  Trade(export)  winds of the northern hemisphere blow from the north-east to south-west due to ______

  1. Coriolis force
  2. Gravitational force
  3. Centripetal force
  4. None of these

Q  NO:  Which country is known(called) as Thunderbolt of Asia?

  1. Bhutan
  2. Mongolia
  3. China
  4. None of the above

Q  NO:  One of the country name  through which   passes is?

  1. Malaysia
  2. China
  3. Malta
  4. Pakistan

Q  NO:  The depletion of ozone layer has been caused(effected)  mainly by ______

  1. The deforestation of large(big) area of land
  2. The release of chlorofluoro carbons in the atmosphere
  3. Changes in asteroids activity in the solar system
  4. The release of industrial waste

Q  NO:  Which layer of atmosphere provides(offers)ideal conditions(terms) for flying aeroplanes?

  1. Troposphere
  2. Stratosphere
  3. Lonosphere
  4. Exosphere

Q  NO:  Through which one of the following countries the equator(latitude) does not pass?

  1. Tanzania
  2. Kenya
  3. Zaire
  4. Uganda

Q  NO:  A line on a map joining(linking) places of equal monthly or yearly rainfall is called ______

  1. Isobar
  2. Isohyet
  3. Isotherm
  4. Isoneph

Q  NO:  The earth revolves(rotates)around the Sun in an elliptical orbit. Its speed ______

  1. Is greatest when it is closest to the Sun
  2. (b) Is greatest when it is farthest from the Sun
  3. Remains the same at all points on the orbit
  4. Goes on decreasing continuously

Q  NO:  The origin of earth dates back to approximately _______

  1. 4.6 billion years
  2. 3.6 billion years
  3. 5.6 billion years
  4. 6.6 billion years

Q  NO:  The term ‘Ecliptic’ is used for the _______

  1. Sun when eclipsed
  2. Moon when eclipsed
  3. Sun’s path in the sky during a year
  4. Path of earth around the Sun

Q  NO:  The Sun always rises in the East because _______

  1. It is located in East
  2. The Earth rotates from East to West
  3. The Earth rotates from West to East
  4. The Earth revolves around the Sun from West to East

Q  NO:  A ship sailing from Vancouver to Tokyo, crosses the International Date Line on Wednesday, the 8th of November. What will be the next day?

  1. Sixth of November
  2. Seventh of November
  3. Ninth of November
  4. Tenth of November

Q  NO:  Spring tide occurs when the ______

  1. Earth, Moon and the Sun are in a straight line
  2. Sun, Earth and the Moon are at right angles to each other
  3. Earth comes near the Sun
  4. Earth is away from the Sun

Q  NO:  Which of the following words explains a narrow strip of land separating(dividing) two seas and connecting two landmarks?

  1. Isthmus
  2. Strait
  3. Bay
  4. Peninsula

Q  NO:  Presence of which gas in the outer layer of atmosphere does not allow the ultraviolet rays of the sunlight to reach Earth?

  1. Helium
  2. Ozone
  3. Oxygen
  4. Chlorine

Q  NO:  The second largest (biggest)continent (in terms of area) is ______

  1. Asia
  2. South America
  3. North America
  4. Africa

Q  NO:  South pole was discovered by ______

  1. Cabot
  2. Robert Peary
  3. Amundsen
  4. None of these

Q  NO:  The dates on which day and night are equal are ______

  1. 21st March and 24th December
  2. 14th January and 23rd September
  3. 21st March and 23rd September
  4. 14th January and 22nd June

Q  NO:  At which place on Earth there are always day and night of equal duration?

  1. On the tropic of Cancer
  2. On the Poles
  3. On the tropic of Capricorn
  4. On the Equator

Q  NO:  A line on a map joining places having equal atmosphere is called ______

  1. Isotherm
  2. Isobar
  3. Isocryme
  4. Isolyte

Q  NO:  The core of the Earth is ______

  1. Of amorphous material
  2. A vacuum
  3. Metallic
  4. Plastic

Q  NO:  The important(vital) country close to International Date Line is ______

  1. Malaysia
  2. Mauritius
  3. New Zealand
  4. Surinam

Q  NO:  Which of the following towns is situated(located) at the highest altitude?

  1. Lhasa
  2. Kathmandu
  3. Gartole
  4. Thimpu

Q  NO:  Which rain in Kashmir due to ______

  1. South-West monsoon
  2. Western disturbances
  3. North-East monsoon
  4. Local winds

Q  NO:  Which is the longest(biggest) day in the Northern Hemisphere?

  1. 20th June
  2. 21st June
  3. 22nd December
  4. 23rd December

Q  NO:  Equinox refers to ______

  1. The area near the Equator
  2. A kind of pox affecting horses
  3. Line connecting points of equal altitude
  4. Two periods(times) in the year when the days and nights are equal

Q  NO:  The tide at its maximum height is known as ______

  1. Tsunami
  2. Spring tide
  3. Equinoxes
  4. Neap tide

Q  NO:  Where is the coldest place in the world situated(located)?

  1. England
  2. Greenland
  3. Russia
  4. Antarctica

Q  NO:  Which place in the world has the least rainfall?

  1. Africa
  2. Thar
  3. Mt. Everest
  4. Pamir

Q  NO:  The International Date Line is an imaginary line extending from pole to pole along the places on the Earth’s surface and lies along the ______

  1. 0 degrees meridian
  2. 45 degrees meridian
  3. 90 degrees meridian
  4. 180 degrees meridian

Q  NO:  The speed of rotation of the Earth is the highest ______

  1. Along the Equator
  2. Along the tropic of Cancer
  3. Along the Arctic Circle
  4. At the North Pole

Q  NO:   ‘Flash Point’ term is related with the ______

  1. Study of water
  2. Study of climate
  3. Study of Dew drops
  4. Study of rocks

Q  NO:  About 50% of the world population is concentrated between the latitudes of ______

  1. 5 degrees N and 20 degrees N
  2. 20 degrees N and 40 degrees N
  3. 40 degrees N and 60 degrees N
  4. 20 degrees S and 40 degrees S

Q  NO:  The time at any point on the earth’s surface calculated when the Sun reaches its highest position in the sky is known as ______

  1. Local time
  2. Sidereal time
  3. Solar time
  4. Standard time

Q  NO:  What will be the time at a place situated at 70 degrees W when it is 4 p.m. at a place situated at 35 degrees E?

  1. 5 p.m.
  2. 8 p.m.
  3. 11 a.m.
  4. 9 a.m.

Q  NO:  When the local time is 12.00 noon and the time at Greenwich Meridian is 8 a.m. the local longitude is ______

  1. 60 degrees E
  2. 60 degrees W
  3. 45 degrees W
  4. 45 degrees E

Q  NO:  The Captain of Pakistan Cricket team when defeated England at the Oval in 1954 was ______

  1. Fazal Mehmood
  2. Hanif Muhammad
  3. Abdul Hafeez Kardar
  4. Khan Muhammad

Q  NO:  In the troposphere, the normal lapse rate, i.e., the decrease in temperature with height is of the order of ______

  1. 1 degrees C for 155 meters
  2. 1 degrees C for 160 meters
  3. 1 degrees C for 165 meters
  4. 1 degrees C for 170 meters

Q  NO:  Blind Dolphins are found in ______

  1. Ganges River
  2. Nile River
  3. Yangtze River
  4. None

Q  NO:  In which of the following positions(rank) does the Earth revolve at a faster rate around the Sun?

  1. Summer Solstice
  2. Winter Solstice
  3. Autumnal Equinox
  4. Vernal Equinox

Q  NO:  If a magnetic needle is freely suspended(banned) at the geographic North Pole ______

  1. The needle will remain almost vertical with its N-pole downward
  2. The needle will remain vertical with its N-pole downward
  3. The needle will remain vertical with its S-pole downward
  4. The needle will remain almost vertical with its S-pole downward

Q  NO:  South Pole is located(situated) in the continent of ______

  1. Africa
  2. Australia
  3. Asia
  4. Antarctica

Q  NO:  The atmospheric pressure at any place is measured(evaluated) by ______

  1. Altimeter
  2. Pressuremeter
  3. Barometer
  4. Thermometer

Q  NO:  Which mountain system lies between(among) the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea?

  1. Applachians
  2. Caucasus
  3. Pyrenees
  4. Atlas

Q  NO:  Which of these cities once served as the capital(center) of Japan?

  1. Kobe
  2. Kyoto
  3. Okinawa
  4. Sendia

Q  NO:  Which peninsula lies between(among) the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov?

  1. Crimean
  2. Iberian
  3. Kamchatka
  4. Yucatan

Q  NO:  On the banks of which river is the city of London located(situated)?

  1. Severn
  2. Thames
  3. Avon
  4. Humber

Q  NO:  Which among the following trees is considered(measured) the tallest in the world?

  1. Cedar
  2. Redwood
  3. Eucalyptus
  4. Date palm

Q  NO:  Which country was earlier known(name) as Siam?

  1. Indonesia
  2. Somalia
  3. Thailand
  4. Myanmar

Q  NO:  Which is the largest(biggest) country in the Arabian Peninsula?

  1. Oman
  2. Yemen
  3. Saudi Arabia
  4. Kuwait

Q  NO:  Which river forms the Grand Canyon in the United States(countries)?

  1. Mississippi
  2. Hudson
  3. Colorado
  4. Columbia

Q  NO:  Which of these cloud forms is found the highest altitudes?

  1. Billow
  2. Nacreous
  3. Noctilucent
  4. Pileus

Q  NO:  Thickness of atmosphere around the Earth is ______

  1. 100 km
  2. 130 km
  3. 145 km
  4. 195 km

Q  NO:  Atmosphere around the Earth maintains its ______

  1. Temperature
  2. Pressure
  3. Density
  4. Shape

Q  NO:  The layers of atmosphere are divided into ______

  1. Two parts
  2. Three parts
  3. Four parts
  4. Five parts

Q  NO:  Above the earth’s surface, troposphere extends to a height of ______

  1. 8 km
  2. 12 km
  3. 20 km
  4. 15 km

Q  NO:  Which next layer is above the troposphere?

  1. Mesosphere
  2. Stratosphere
  3. Thermosphere
  4. Space

Q  NO:  The mesosphere extended above the earth’s surface is upto ______

  1. 60 km
  2. 65 km
  3. 80 km
  4. 85 km

Q  NO:  Which one of the following phenomena occurs(happens) when water vapour condenses around a particle of smoke?

  1. Fog
  2. Hail
  3. Mist
  4. Smog

Q  NO:  Lines joining places of the same earthquake intensity are known as ______

  1. Isohyets
  2. Isohels
  3. Isoseismal lines
  4. Isohalines

Q  NO:  Canola refers to special type(kind) of seed mustard varieties bred for human consumption. The main characteristics of these varieties is that the ______

  1. Seeds have very high oil content
  2. Oil is rich in unsaturated fatty(oily) acids
  3. Oil has long shelf-life
  4. Oil has very low Erucic acid

Q  NO:  Which one of the following lakes forms an international boundary(limits) between Tanzania and Uganda?

  1. Owad
  2. Malawi
  3. Victoria
  4. Zambezi

Q  NO:  Which of the following countries has highest percentage% of land under cultivation(farming)?

  1. U.S.A.
  2. India
  3. China
  4. Canada

Q  NO:  Which form of iron got the highest(biggest) carbon content?

  1. Mild Steel
  2. Stainless Steel
  3. Wrought Iron
  4. Cast Iron

Q  NO:  Rows of trees grown along the coastal areas to reduce the impact of cyclones are known(named) as ______

  1. Wind breaks
  2. Protection
  3. Mangroves
  4. Shelter belts

Q  NO:  What kind of soil is treated with gypsum make it suitable(fitting) for cropping?

  1. Alkaline
  2. Acidic
  3. Waterlogged
  4. Soil with excessive clay content

Q  NO:  Which of the following is the smallest(littlest) ocean of the world?

  1. Pacific
  2. Indian
  3. Atlantic
  4. Arctic

Q  NO:  Which one of the following is the metaphormic rock?

  1. Granite
  2. Basalt
  3. Marble
  4. Sandstone

Q  NO:  According to Simon Winchester’s book, how many Tictonic plates are there in the earth?

  1. 15
  2. 29
  3. 32
  4. 36

Q  NO:  All the following are planetary winds except ______

  1. Trade winds
  2. The westerlies
  3. Polar winds
  4. The monsoon winds

Q  NO:  Which one of the following parts of cold deserts and continents is correctly(suitably) matched?

  1. Atacama         ….  South America
  2. Gobi                ….  Asia
  3. Kalahari          ….  Africa
  4. Great Sandy   ….  Australia

Q  NO:  The production(manfacture) of rubber tree is better adopted to areas where the climate is ______

  1. Warm and humid
  2. Warm and dry
  3. Cool and moist
  4. Cool and dry

Q  NO:  Gulf streams are caused by ______

  1. Cyclones
  2. Temperature
  3. Ocean Pressure
  4. Difference in water level

Q  NO:  All vital atmospheric process leading to various climate and weather conditions take place in the _______

  1. Troposphere
  2. Ionosphere
  3. Exosphere
  4. Stratosphere

Q  NO:  The minimum land area recommended(suggest) for forest cover to maintain proper ecological balance is _______

  1. 25%
  2. 33%
  3. 43%
  4. 53%

Q  NO:  Which one of the following scholars suggested(recommended)  the earth’s origin from gases and particles?

  1. James Jeans
  2. H. Alfven
  3. F. Hoyle
  4. O. Schmidt

Q  NO:  The theory that refers to an explosion about 10 to 15 billion years ago which most astronomers believe to be the origin of the Universe, is called ______

  1. The Red Shift Theory
  2. Relativity Theory
  3. Big Bang Theory
  4. Titanic Theory

Q  NO:  Black holes are stellar objects which ______

  1. Emit black body radiation
  2. Have weak gravitational field
  3. Have intense gravitational filed
  4. Have intense magnetic field

Q  NO:  Select the stranger in the group:

  1. Cartograms
  2. Multiple bars
  3. Weather maps
  4. Pie diagrams

Q  NO:  The soil which cracks and shrinks most as it dries is ______

  1. Clayey soil
  2. Porous soil
  3. Sandy soil
  4. Loamy soil

Q  NO:  East Timor, is now independent country, before independence it was part of ______

  1. Taiwan
  2. Albania
  3. Thailand
  4. Indonesia

Q  NO:  Kosovo, is now independent country, before its independence it was part of which of the following countries?

  1. Yugoslavia
  2. Albania
  3. Romania
  4. Bulgaria

Q  NO:  On the day of the summer solstice in the northern hemisphere, the length of day-time on the Antarctic Circle is ______

  1. 12 hours
  2. 24 hours
  3. 0 hours
  4. 6 hours

Q  NO:  Which of the following sequences represents correctly (truly)the different atmospheric layers from the earth’s surface?

  1. Stratosphere, troposphere, tropopause, ionosphere
  2. Ionosphere, tropopause, troposphere, stratosphere
  3. Troposphere, tropopause, stratosphere, ionosphere
  4. Stratosphere, troposphere, ionosphere, tropopause

Q  NO:  Days and nights are of equal duration on March 21st at  ______

  • The Tropic of Cancer alone
  • The Tropic of Equator alone
  • The Tropic of Capricorn alone
  • All parallel of latitude

Q  NO:  Which of the following is the most———— porous rock?

  1. Basalt
  2. Granite
  3. Sandstone
  4. Slate

Q  NO:  Weathering is ______

  1. Breakdown of disintegration of rocks
  2. Formation of soil by fine sand particles
  3. Breaking of the surface(exterior) of land by flowing water
  4. Wearing down of rock surface

Q  NO:  Which type of plants are adopted to grow under drought conditions?

  1. Pteridophytes
  2. Xerophytes
  3. Tropophytes
  4. Hygrophytes

Q  NO:  Which of the following is the oldest rock?

  1. Quartzite
  2. Ordovician
  3. Carbonatities
  4. Cumbrian

Q  NO:  Which of the following pairs is correct?

  1. Baghdad                 Tigris
  2. Bonn                       Danube
  3. Rome                      Seine
  4. Paris                        Tiber

Q  NO:  The leading producer of silver is ______

  1. U.S.A.
  2. Russia
  3. Mexico
  4. South Africa

Q  NO:  The highest grade of coal whose surface is shining and has the highest calorific value, is ______

  1. Lignite
  2. Peat
  3. Bituminous
  4. Anthracite

Q  NO:  If a place is located at 20 degrees N, 80 degrees E, in which of the following continents does it lie?

  1. Africa
  2. Asia
  3. Europe
  4. North America

Q  NO:  Which one of the following is the Great Circle?

  1. The Arctic Circle
  2. The Tropic of Cancer
  3. The Equator
  4. The Tropic of Capricorn

Q  NO:  Which of the following is the region of the winter rainfall?

  1. Mediterranean
  2. Tropical
  3. Arctic
  4. Monsoon

Q  NO:  Availability of ample water is one of the important consideration in the location of ______

  1. Cotton textile industry
  2. Paper industry
  3. Electronic industry
  4. Automobile industry

Q  NO:  Soil formed by deposition of silt brought by river is ______

  1. Alluvial soil
  2. Red soil
  3. Black soil
  4. Podsols

Q  NO:  Which of the following statements about ozone layer is correct?

  1. It converts(change) UV radiations into electrical energy
  2.  It is of uniform thickness
  3. It protects the earth’s life forms by preventing the damaging UV radiations from reaching earth’s surface
  4. It is of uniform thickness
  5. None of the above

Q  NO:  High tides at antipodes are caused due to ______

  1. Gravitational pull of the sun
  2. Gravitational pull of the moon and the sun
  3. Centrifugal, centripetal and gravitational pull of the sun
  4. Centrifugal, centripetal and gravitational pull of the moon and the sun

Q  NO:  Which of the following types of rainfall is typical of equatorial regions?

  1. Convectional
  2. Orographic
  3. Cyclonic
  4. None of these

Q  NO:  Change in season is caused(affected) due to _______

  1. Revolution of earth
  2. Rotation of earth
  3. Inclination of earth
  4. None of these

Q  NO:  Winds generally blow from areas of _______

  1. Low pressure to that of high pressure
  2.  High pressure to that of moderate pressure
  3. High pressure to that of low pressure
  4. Low pressure to that of moderate pressure

Q  NO:  Which of the following soils is best suited for deep rooted crops?

  1. Red soil
  2. Black soil
  3. Laterite soil
  4. Alluvial soil

Q  NO:  The imaginary line on the earth’s surface which closely follows the 180 degrees meridian, is called _______

  1. International Date Line
  2. Tropic of Cancer
  3. Equator
  4. Prime meridian

Q  NO:  Which of the following countries has the largest area in the world?

  1. Canada
  2. China
  3. U.S.A.
  4. Russia

Q  NO:  Which of the following climate types(kinds) is said to be characterized by Three Eighties : 80 degrees of temperature, 80% of humidity and 80 inches of rainfall?

  1. Monsoon climate
  2. Equatorial climate
  3. Mediterranean climate
  4. Temperate climate

Q  NO:  When it is 8 p.m. in Tokyo, what is the time at Panama Canal which is situated(located) at 180 degrees W of it?

  1. 4.00 p.m.
  2. 8.00 a.m.
  3. 12.00 a.m.
  4. 12.00 noon

Q  NO:  Evergreen forests are found ______

  1. In the estuaries of great rivers
  2. In the Himalayas above 3000 ft. elevation
  3. Where the rainfall is between 30 degrees to 40 degrees
  4. Where the rainfall is between 80 degrees and 120 degrees

Q  NO:  Kharif crop mean by ?

  1. Wheat
  2. Rice
  3. Gram
  4. Mustard

Q  NO:  Hail storm occurs(arises) in summer season due to the formation of clouds called ______

  1. Cirrus
  2. Cumulus
  3. Cumulonimbus
  4. Cirrocumulus

Q  NO:  The seasonal reversal of winds is a phenomenon noticed in ______

  1. Monsoon climate
  2. Mediterranean climate
  3. Equatorial climate
  4. High lands

Q  NO:   ‘Roaring Forties’ are ______

  1. Cyclonic westerly winds in northern hemisphere
  2. Spring tides
  3. Ocean current in northern hemisphere
  4. Steady north westerly anti-trade winds in southern hemisphere

Q  NO:  Humidity in the air is maximum in _______

  1. Winter
  2. Summer
  3. Moonsoon
  4. Autumn

Q  NO:  Sandstones belong to _______

  1. Argillaceous rocks
  2. Calcareous rocks
  3. Carbonaceous rocks
  4. Arenaceous rocks

Q  NO:  The lunar eclipse occurs when _______

  1. Earth is between the sun and the moon
  2.  Moon is between the earth and the sun
  3. Sun is between the earth and the moon
  4. Earth is at right angles to the direction of the sun the moon

Q  NO:  The high yielding varieties and crops possess which of the following characters?

  1. Ability to trap more solar energy
  2. Ability to utilize more nutrients
  3. High harvest index
  4. Ability to use less water
  5. 1, 2 and 4
  6. 2 and 3
  7. 1, 2 and 3
  8. 1 and 3

Q  NO:  Contour is a measure of _______

  1. Topography
  2. Rainfall
  3. Temperature
  4. Pressure

Q  NO:  Latitude of south pole is _______

  1. 0 degrees
  2. 30 degrees
  3. 60 degrees
  4. 90 degrees

Q  NO:  There is a severe difference in the climates of Northern and Southern Hemispheres. Why?

  1. Due to revolution of earth around the sun on its orbit
  2.  Due to rotation of earth around its axis
  3. Both of the above
  4. None of the above

Q  NO:  The area associated with the greatest frequencies of earthquakes is _______

  1. West coast of North and South America
  2. Eastern coastal areas of Asia
  3. Northern coastal areas of Europe
  4. Western coastal areas of Africa

Q  NO:   ‘Cloud burst’ means _______

  1. Formation of artificial rain
  2. Presence of scattered flakes of cloud in the sky
  3. Sowing of seeds of a crop in a cloudy weather
  4. Abnormally heavy downpour of rain, associated with a thunderstorm

Q  NO:   An ore of iron is———-?

  1. Bauxite
  2. Haematite
  3. Ilmentie
  4. Gypsum

Q  NO:  Which one of the following is correct?

  1. All longitudes and equator are great circles
  2. All latitudes and Greenwich meridian are great circles
  3. All latitudes and longitudes are great circle
  4. s All longitudes are not great circles

Q  NO:  The rocks which are formed by direct cooling and solidification of magma are called(known) _______

  • Sedmentary rocks
  • Derivative rocks
  • Igneous rocks
  • Metamorphic rocks

Q  NO:  Which one of the following is correct in respect of the Mediterranean type(kind) of climate?

  • Warm winters
  • Cold and dry summers
  • Warm and wet summers and cold and dry winters
  • Warm and dry summers and cold and wet winters

Q  NO:  The shortest day in Northern Hemisphere is ______

  • 25 December
  • 22 December
  • 15 June
  • 22 June

Q  NO:  Vasco da Gama discovered(invent) the sea route to India via the Cape of Good Hope in ______

  • 1494
  • 1498
  • 1502
  • 1506

Q  NO:  The earth revolves(rotates) round the sun in its orbit by approx _______

  • 5 degrees per day
  • 2 degrees per day
  • 1 degrees per day
  • 3 degrees per day

Q  NO:  One degree of longitude on the equator(latitude) is equal to a distance of _______

  • 96 km
  • 80 km
  • 55 km
  • 112 km

Q  NO:  Which of the countries has the longest land frontiers?

  • Burma
  • Russia
  • China
  • Laos

Q  NO:  Which  is not a Scandinavian country?

  • Denmark
  • Belgium
  • Norway
  • None of these

Q  NO:  The process(method) by which water and wind wear down the rocks is called(known) _______

  • Erosion
  • Cosrision
  • Derosion
  • None of these

Q  NO:  The belt of low atmospheric pressure on either side of the equator are called _______

  • Doldrums
  • Westerlies
  • Latitudes
  • Easterlies

Q  NO:  When the earth reaches its perihelion, then _______

  • It is nearest to the sun
  • It is farthest from the sun
  • It is between the sun and the moon
  • None of these

Q  NO:  What is the duration of a day at the poles?

  • 3 months
  • 6 months
  • 9 months
  • 12 months

Q  NO:  Biosphere is _______

  • The core of the earth which is about 150 km below earth
  • The part of the earth’s surface where the human beings live
  • The part of the earth’s crust, water and atmosphere where plants and animals can subsist
  • None of these

Q  NO:  Coniferous forests are found in a region having _______

  • Low rainfall and very low temperature throughout the year
  • Low mean annual temperature throughout the year and long cold winter
  • High humidity and high temperature throughout the year
  • None of the above

Q  NO:  Imaginary lines drawn on a global map, from pole to pole and perpendicular to the equator, are called _______

  • Contours
  • Isobars
  • Meridians
  • Steppes

Q  NO:  Which of the following countries is known(called) as the Land of Midnight Sun?

  • Belgium
  • Holland
  • Norway
  • Sweden

Q  NO:  Asia accounts for nearly ______ percent of world population.

  • 40%
  • 45%
  • 60%
  • 70%

Q  NO:  The longest river is located in _______

  • Asia
  • Africa
  • Latin America
  • North America

Q  NO:   Broadly, there are three layers of the earth – the crust, the mantle and the core. The crust forms what percentage% of the total volume of the earth?

  • 0.5%
  • 2.5%
  • 10.5%
  • 16.0%

Q  NO:   The land-mass of which of the following continents is the least?

  • Africa
  • Asia
  • Australia
  • Europe

Q  NO:  A nautical mile is equal to how many meters?

  • 1005 meters
  • 1250 meters
  • 1575 meters
  • 1852 meters

Q  NO:  A violent whirlwind characterized(considered) by a black funnel-shaped cloud hanging from heavy cumulonimbus is known by the name of ______

  • Antipodes
  • Hurricane
  • Tornado
  • Typhoon

Q  NO:  Atmospheric temperature increases at the higher altitudes due to ______

  • Conduction
  • Convention
  • Inversion
  • Radiation

Q  NO:  Which of the following crops needs maximum water per hectare?

  • Barley
  • Maize
  • Sugarcane
  • Wheat

Q  NO:  The polar diameter of the earth is shorter than the equatorial diameter by ______

  • 25 km
  • 60 km
  • 43 km
  • 95 km

Q  NO:  Earth completes one rotation(variation) on its axis in ______

  • 23 hours 56 minutes and 4.9 seconds
  • 24 hours
  • 23 hours and 30 minutes
  • 24 hours 1 minute and 10 seconds

Q  NO:  The earth rotates on its axis from ______

  • East to West
  • West to East
  • North to South
  • South to North

Q  NO:  The latitude of the equator is ______

  • 0 degrees
  • 30 degrees
  • 45 degrees
  • 60 degrees

Q  NO:  Asia is the biggest continent of the world. How much approximate of the world land is covered by area?

  • 35%
  • 21%
  • 29.5%
  • 38%

Q  NO:  The percentage of oxygen in the atmospheric air is approximately _______

  • 10%
  • 21%
  • 30%
  • 40%

Q  NO:  The frozen continent around the South Pole is _______

  • Arctic
  • Antarctica
  • Greenland
  • Iceland

Q  NO:  Which of the following countries is not land-locked?

  • Afghanistan
  • Burma
  • Nepal
  • Switzerland

Q  NO:  North America is the third largest continent of the world. How much world population(inhabitants) in percentage is accommodated by North America?

  • 6.5%
  • 8.5%
  • 7.7%
  • 9.5%

Q  NO:  Which of the following term is not connected with the study of climate?

  • Dew Point
  • Flash Point
  • Hydrogram
  • Stevenson Screen

Q  NO:  Cirrus clouds are ______

  • Low clouds
  • Very low clouds
  • High clouds
  • Medium height clouds

Q  NO:  Climate is the average atmospheric conditions of an area over a considerable period of time. For proper conclusions observations are needed for a minimum period of ______

  • 5 years
  • 10 years
  • 20 years
  • 35 years

Q  NO:  The soil which is a mixture of sand, clay and silt is known as ______

  • Loamy soil
  • Sandy soil
  • Clayey soil
  • Desert soil

Q  NO:   Which of the following heavy chemicals are produced(formed)  from common salt?

  • Chlorine only
  • Caustic soda only
  • Caustic soda and soda ash
  • Chlorine, caustic soda and soda ash

Q  NO:  Which of the following is not an example of exhaustible resources of the earth available to man?

  • Coal
  • Natural gas
  • Petroleum
  • Water

Q  NO:  Which of the following is not an example of inexhaustible resources of the earth available to man?

  • Air
  • Fossil fuels
  • Forests and wildlife
  • Solar energy

Q  NO:  Which one of the following four agricultural resources by way of crops cultivated by man does not belong to the group comprising the remaining three?

  • Coffee
  • Fruits
  • Sugarcane
  • Vegetables

Q  NO:   Which is least populated continent of the world?

  • Antarctica
  • Australia
  • North America
  • None of these

Q  NO:  All of the following are renewable abiotic resources in nature except ______

  • Cobalt
  • Copper and nickel
  • Iron ore
  • Manganese

Q  NO:    non-metallic mineral is ?

  • Cobalt
  • Gypsum
  • Thorium
  • Uranium

Q  NO:  All of the following are non-metallic minerals except(part from) ______

  • Asbestos
  • Grapnite
  • Platinum
  • Sulphur

Q  NO:  The base of all of the following fuels(gases) is organic materials, except that of ______

  • Coal
  • Natural gas
  • Petroleum
  • Uranium

Q  NO:  Which of the following exhaustible and non-renewable fuels are inorganic(inanimate) in nature?

  • Anthracite and bituminous coal
  • Petroleum and natural gas
  • Uranium and thorium
  • Lignite and peat

Q  NO:  Which of the following types(kind) of coal represents the first stage of formation of coal?

  • Anthracite
  • Bituminous coal
  • Lignite
  • Peat

Q  NO:  Which of the following countries leads the world in the export(transfer) of oil?

  • Iran
  • Iraq
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Venezuela

Q  NO:  Copper may be found native, that is, in its pure state, but is more often found in chemicals combinations(mixtures) with _______

  • Iron, gold and silver
  • Gold, silver and lead
  • Iron, lead and sulphur
  • All of the above minerals

Q  NO:  The low heating capacity of which of the types(kinds) of coal reduces its value as an industrial fuel?

  • Anthracite
  • Bituminous coal
  • Lignite
  • Peat

Q  NO:  What percentage% of the earth’s total surface is covered by forests?

  • 15%
  • 20%
  • 24%
  • 29%

Q  NO:  Which of the following types(kinds) of forest mostly grow in the below of land lying between 50 degrees N and 70 degrees N?

  • Temperate deciduous forests
  • Tropical evergreen forests
  • Temperate hardwood forests
  • Temperate coniferous forests

Q  NO:  The Panama Canal links ______

  • Canada with Greenland
  • North America with South America
  • Siberia with Greenland
  • None of these

Q  NO:  Which of the following is concerned(anaxious) with the description and mapping of the main features of the Universe?

  • Cosmography
  • Cosmology
  • Geomorphology
  • None of these

Q  NO:  Cryogenics is the science that mean ______

  • Describes and maps the main features of the Universe
  • Studies the nature of the heavenly bodies
  • Deals with the production, control and application of very low temperature
  • Deals with the physical history of the earth

Q  NO:  The speed per minute at which the earth revolves(rotates) around the sun is ______

  • 800 km
  • 1000 km
  • 1400 km
  • More than 1600 km

Q  NO:  The North Pole of the earth is turned(rolled) away from the sun on _______

  • 22nd September
  • 22nd December
  • 21st March
  • 21st June

Q  NO:  When the sun shines vertically(upright) on the whole arctic circle, it is vertical on the ______

  • Tropic of cancer
  • Equator
  • Tropic of Capricorn
  • None of the above

Q  NO:  The area of our globe that lies between(among) the tropic of Cancer and the tropic of Capricorn is called _______

  • Frigid zone
  • North temperate
  • South temperate
  • Torrid zone

Q  NO:  Which of the following illustrate the extreme effects of the phenomena of seasons?

  • The Equatorial regions
  • The Polar regions
  • The North temperate regions
  • The South temperate regions

Q  NO:  The basin of which of the following rivers is regarded(seen) as having the highest hydel power potential?

  • Amazon
  • Congo
  • Mississippi
  • Nile

Q  NO:  Which, amongst(between) the following countries, has the highest density of population per sq km?

  • Bangladesh
  • Burma
  • Pakistan
  • Sri Lanka

Q  NO:   Which of the following countries is in the continent of Europe?

  • Albania
  • Algeria
  • Libya
  • Venezuela

Q  NO:  Which of the following countries does not have a land with the Peoples Republic of China?

  • Japan
  • North Korea
  • Russia
  • All of the above countries have a land border with China

Q  NO:  Which is smallest continent(mainland) of the world area-wise?

  • Antarctica
  • Asia
  • Australia
  • Europe

Q  NO:  Which of the following metals is not only magnetic(attractive) but also radioactive?

  • Aluminium
  • Iron
  • Platinum
  • Thorium

Q  NO:  Which layer of the atmosphere reflect(shows)s radio-waves back to the earth’s surface?

  • Ionosphere
  •  Ozone layer
  • Stratosphere
  • Troposphere

Q  NO:  What percentage of isolation is received by the earth’s surface?

  • 47%
  • 51%
  • 66%
  • 100%

Q  NO:  Which region of the earth’s surface receives the highest amount of isolation?

  • Land masses
  • Water bodies
  • Equatorial region
  • Tropical desert

Q  NO:  The term ‘Flora’ in the context of natural vegetation refer to_________.

  • Plants of a particular region or period, listed by species and considered as a group
  •  Assemblage of plant species living in association with each other in a given environmental frame
  • A large tract covered by trees and shrubs and its administration for assessing economic benefit
  • Role played by species of animals in the maintenance of ecological balance

Q  NO:  Which of the following countries leads in the production of aluminium and its products in the world?

  • Australia
  • France
  • Pakistan
  • U.S.A

Q  NO:  Which of the following countries consumes(destroys) more fish than any other country in the world?

  • China
  • France
  • Great Britain
  • Japan

Q  NO:  Which country leads in the production of copper in the world?

  • Chile
  • Australia
  • U.S.A
  •  Russia

Q  NO:   Which of the following types(kinds) of coal contains over 90 percent carbon and is smokeless?

  • Anthracite
  • Bituminous coal
  • Lignite
  • Peat

Q  NO:  The word “Tsunami” belongs(connects) to which of the following languages?

  • English
  • Latin
  • Chinese
  • Japanese

Q  NO:  Where is the largest Coral Reef located?

  • Germany
  • Australia
  • U.K.
  • Canada

Q  NO:  The sun’s heat and light energy reaches the earth by which of the following modes of transmission?

  • Conduction
  • Convection
  • Radiation
  • Reflection

Q  NO:  At the core of the earth, the temperature is estimated(expected) to be around________.

  • 1,000 degree C
  • 1,200 degree C
  • 2,000 degree C
  • 2,600 degree C

Q  NO:  What is meant by Archipelago?

  • Cluster of Islands
  • Rocks Under Seas
  • Cluster of Small States
  • Cluster of Stars

Q  NO:  The mean radius of the earth is approximately(about)_________.

  • 3,200 km
  • 6,400 km
  • 9,600 km
  • 12,800 km

Q  NO:  Of the total volume of the earth, the three layers – the crust, the mantle and the core, constitute respectively(in turn)__________.

  • 16.5%, 0.5%, and 83%
  • 0.5%, 83%, and 16.5%
  • 83%, 16.5%, and 0.5%
  • 0.5%, 16.5%, and 83%

Q  NO:  Which of the following layers(coats) of the earth is believed to have the heaviest mineral materials of highest density?

  • Central core
  • Crust
  • Mantle
  • Both (b) and (c) above

Q  NO:  The heavier silicates named as ‘Sima’ or silica + magnesium are most abundant(copi0us) in the

  • Crust
  • Core
  • Mantle
  • Ocean floors

Q  NO:  The principal reason for the formation(creation) of metamorphic rocks is_________.

  • Deposition of sediments
  • Deposition of remains of plants and animals
  • Extreme of heat and pressure
  • Solidification of magma

Q  NO:  Which of the following regions of the world is most thickly populated(peopled)?

  • East Asia
  • South Asia
  • North-West Europe
  • North and South America

Q  NO:  What is the average density of population(inhabitants) in the world in 2013?

  • 27 persons per sq. km
  • 37 persons per sq. km
  • 45 persons per sq. km
  • 221 persons per sq. km

Q  NO:  Which of the following factors is responsible(liable) for variation in the flora and fauna in different parts of the earth?

  • Change in the physical environment
  • Change in atmosphere
  • Change in Biosphere
  • Change in hydrosphere

Q  NO:  Which of the following gases is most predominant(major) in the Sun?

  • Helium
  • Hydrogen
  • Nitrogen
  • Ozone

Q  NO:  What is the main cause of the movement(change) in the earth’s atmosphere?

  • Difference in air pressure
  • Solar energy
  • Difference in temperature
  • Wind

Q  NO:  Name the world famous(papolar) and finest harbor?

  • New York
  • Sydney
  • Mumbai
  • Calcutta

Q  NO:  Which of the following statement(report) is correct concerning Bridgetown?

  • Capital of Barbados, an island country in Atlantic ocean
  •  Chief port of Guinea-Bissau
  • A famous seaport of Barbados
  • None of the above

Q  NO:  Name countries in South Asia are land-locked?

  • Nepal and Bangladesh
  • Bangladesh and Bhutan
  • Bhutan and Nepal
  • Bhutan and Pakistan

Q  NO:  McMahon line is the border between(among)___________.

  • India and China
  • India and Nepal
  • India and Pakistan
  • India and Burma

Q  NO:  Lines drawn parallel to the equator are called________.

  • Latitudes
  • Longitudes
  • Meridians
  • None of these

Q  NO:  Lines joining places of equal temperature are called________.

  • Isotherms
  • Isohytes
  • Isomeres
  • Isobars

Q  NO:  Which types of forests are found in area where low mean annual temperature throughout the year and long cold winter?

  • Coniferous forest
  •  Broad leaved forests
  • Dedous forest
  • Littoral forests

Q  NO:   Choose the wrong definition

  • Isotherms: Area having the same temperature
  • contour: Areas of equal height above sea level
  • Isohytes: Equal rainfall areas
  • Isobars: Equal atmosphere temperature areas

Q  NO:  Wind blowing in a spiral form around a region of low atmosphere pressure is a _________.

  • Hurricane
  • Cyclone
  • Anticyclone
  • Tornado

Q  NO:  Spring tides occur___________.

  • Full moon day as well as on new Moon day
  • Only on full Moon day
  • Only on new Moon day
  • The day when the Moon’s position(post) is in its first quarter

Q  NO:  Spring tides occur on new Moon day and full moon day because on these days______.

  • Sun, Moon and the earth are in line
  • Moon and the Earth are at right angles
  • Sun and Moon are opposite to each other
  • Moon and Sun are nearer to the earth

Q  NO:  When the days and nights are equal the rays of the Sun directly fall on the _________.

  • Equator
  • Tropic of Cancer
  • South Pole
  • North Pole

Q  NO:  On June 21, the sun is vertically overhead the _________.

  • Tropic of Capricorn
  • Equator
  • Position of the sun is not definite
  • Tropic of Cancer

Q  NO:  Sun rises in the east and sets in the west due to the________.

  • Revolution of the Earth around the Sun
  • Shape of the Earth
  • Rotation of the Earth on its axis
  • Movement of the Sun

Q  NO:  What are cyclones?

  • Sudden, heavy floods
  • No rain for a long duration
  • Heavy showers
  • Violent winds and rain

Q  NO:  In a tropical cyclone, pressure

  • Increase towards the center
  •  Does not vary appreciably
  • Decreases towards the center and wind moves in an anticlockwise direction in the northern hemisphere
  • First decreases towards the centre and then increase

Q  NO:  The heaviest rainfall is recorded in_______.

  • Mediterranean regions
  • Temperate regions
  • Equatorial regions
  • Tropical mountain areas

Q  NO:  The Mediterranean regions are characterized by heavy rain in__________.

  • Winter
  • Summer
  • Spring
  • Autumn

Q  NO:  Planetary winds are those which__________.

  • Change their direction with the change of season
  • Never change their direction
  • Blow up mountain slopes
  •  Change their direction with day and night

Q  NO:  Which of the following is an igneous rock?

  • Shale
  • Quartzite
  • Marble
  • Granite

Q  NO:  Which of the following is an example of sedimentary rock(pitch)?

  • Marble
  • Slate
  • Limestone
  • None of these

Q  NO:  To which kind(type) of rock does marble belong?

  • Metamorphic
  • Sedimentary
  • Plutonic
  • Volcanic

Q  NO:  Which of the following types(kinds) of forests account for most of the total forest area in the world?

  • Deciduous
  • Littoral
  • Broad-leaved
  • Coniferous

Q  NO:  In which type(kind) of climate are coniferous forests found?

  • Savanna
  • Mediterranean
  • Siberian
  • Hot desert

Q  NO:  Which is the icy continent?

  • Greenland
  • Antarctica
  • Australia
  • None of these

Q  NO:  The length of the Suez canal is approximately(about)

  • 110 km
  • 150 km
  • 160 km
  • 125 km

Q  NO:   Which of the following is an example of seasonal winds(airs)?

  • Thunderstorms
  • Monsoon
  • Cyclones
  • Anticyclones

Q  NO:  Which types(kinds) of rocks are mainly found in the Himalayan ranges?

  • Sedimentary
  • Metamorphic
  • Igneous
  • Granite

Q  NO:  The third world comprises approximately _______ % of world’s human race?

  • 50
  • 70
  • 45
  • 30

Q  NO:  The inclination of the earth’s axis to the orbital plane is _______

  • 21.5 degrees
  • 23.5 degrees
  • 66.5 degrees
  • 90 degrees

Q  NO:   “Mohs’ Scale” is used to indicate the _______

  • Degree of brittleness of a substance
  • Degree of hardness of minerals
  • Degree of viscosity of a liquid
  • Degree of elasticity of a material

Q  NO:  What can be the maximum duration of totality for a solar eclipse?

  • 12.5 minutes
  • 7 minutes 40 seconds
  • 1 hour 40 seconds
  • There is no maximum duration

Q  NO:  The total surface area of earth is _______

  • 510 million sq km
  • 610 million sq km
  • 710 million sq km
  • 810 million sq km

Q  NO:  What is the approximate(about) equatorial circumference of the earth?

  • 30000 km
  • 35000 km
  • 40000 km
  • 45000 km

Q  NO:  The earth rotates(turns) around an axis pointing towards ______

  • The moon
  • The pole star
  • The sun
  • Venus

Q  NO:  Latitude of place is indicative of its ______

  • Time
  • Altitude
  • Amount of rainfall
  • Temperature

Q  NO:  The upper part of the mantle upon which the crust of the earth floats is called known ______

  • Barysphere
  • Mesosphere
  • Mohorovic discontinuity
  • Asthenosphere

Q  NO:  Which one of the following is present in the largest amount(rupees) in terms of percent by mass in the earth’s crust?

  • Silicon
  • Oxygen
  • Carbon
  • Calcium

Q  NO:  The difference in the duration of day and night increases as one moves(transfer) from ______

  • Poles to equator
  • West to east
  • East and west of the prime meridian
  • Equator to poles

Q  NO:  The sun reaches its maximum angular distance(remoteness) from the equator at the ______

  • Zenith
  • Solstice
  • Equinox
  • Noontime

Q  NO:  Latitude and longitude both ______

  • Pass through poles
  • Run parallel to the equator
  • Run parallel to each other
  • Run perpendicular to each other

Q  NO:  The distance(remoteness) of the equator from either of the poles is ______

  • 500 km
  • 5001 km
  • 10002 km
  • 36005 km

Q  NO:  The term(condition) Scandinavian countries is used for which of the following countries?

  • Finland, Ireland and Denmark
  • Sweden, Russia and Norway
  • Norway, Sweden and Denmark
  • Iceland, Finland and England

Q  NO:  Japan is called land of the rising sun because ______

  • Sun always remains in the eastern part of the sky throughout the day in japan
  • Japan being the easternmost country in the world, it has the smallest sunrise
  •  Sun rises there as soon as it sets
  • The rays of the sun get reflected from the waters of the sea and make the sunrise beautiful in japan

Q  NO:  The distance between(among) the earth and the sun is smallest in the month of ______

  • January
  • March
  • June
  • September

Q  NO:  Why are winters more severe in southern hemisphere than in the northern hemisphere?

  • Northern hemisphere receives more sunlight
  • Because of more iceberg activity in southern hemisphere
  • Southern hemisphere is less inhabited
  • Earth is tilted towards the sun in the northern hemisphere

Q  NO:  If a traveler going from Vancouver to tokyo crosses the international date line on Saturday, what will be the day for him at Tokyo?

  • Friday
  • Saturday
  • Sunday
  • Monday

Q  NO:  A one-day cricket match starts between(among) Pakistan and England at 10.00 a.m. in London. The direct telecast of the match will begin in Pakistan at ______

  • 3.30 a.m.
  • 9.30 a.m.
  • 3.30 p.m.
  • 9.30 p.m.

Q  NO:  At which  places watches will show 5.00 a.m. when it is 12.00 midnight G.M.T.?

  • Canberra
  • Lahore
  • New York
  • Singapore

Q  NO:  In how many time zones has the world been divided(distributed)?

  • 15
  • 24
  • 90
  • 180

Q  NO:  Through which  countries the tropic of cancer does not pass through?

  • Bangladesh
  • China
  • Myanmar
  • Nepal

Q  NO:  All the watches of the country are set according to ______

  • Local time
  • Standard time of the country
  • Greenwich mean time
  • Time of sunrise and sunset

Q  NO:  Winds blow ______

  • In regions of low pressure
  •  From a region of low pressure to a region of high pressure
  • From a region of high pressure to a region of low pressure
  • In regions of high pressure

Q  NO:  Doldrums are ______

  • High latitudes with heavy snow
  • Equatorial zone with low pressure
  • High pressure areas on mountains
  • Sun-polar zone with high pressure

Q  NO:  Atmospheric pressure exerted on earth is due to ______

  • Gravitational pull of the earth
  • Rotation of earth
  • Revolution of earth
  • Uneven heating of earth

Q  NO:  The sea breeze blows during ______

  • Day form land to sea
  • Day from sea to land
  • Night from land to sea
  • Night from sea to land

Q  NO:  The trade winds are caused by ______

  • Rotation of earth
  • Inflaming movement of air along the earth’s surface towards the equator
  •  Revolution of earth
  • None of these

Q  NO:  Temperature generally(usually) decreases towards the poles because ______

  • Air movement is generally towards the equator
  • Cold polar air masses prevent surface heating of the land
  • Cold surfaces do not absorb solar energy as readily as warm surfaces
  • Progressively lesser solar energy per unit area falls on the earth’s surface as we move to polar regions

Q  NO:  The plane of contact of the troposphere and stratosphere is known as ______

  • Mesosphere
  • Ionosphere
  • Stratopause
  • Tropopause

Q  NO:  What causes snowfall?

  • When condensation takes place below 0 degrees C and precipitation occurs in the form of flakes
  • When rain freezes into snow flakes while passing through the atmosphere
  • When condensation takes place in the form of fog and precipitation occurs in flakes
  • When the air temperature is much lower than surface temperature

Q  NO:  What is the correct sequence of the given clouds from low to high altitudes?

  • Status, cumulonimbus, cirrostratus, cirrus
  • Stratus, cirrostratus, cumulonimbus, cirrus
  • cumulonimbus, stratus, cirrus, cirrostratus
  • cumulonimbus, stratus, cirrostratus, cirrus

Q  NO:  The portion of the atmosphere which extends from the earth’s surface upto 15 km and experiences decrease in temperature at constant rate is ______

  • stratosphere
  • tropopause
  • troposphere
  • ionosphere

Q  NO:  Atmospheric pressure depends on _______

  1. Altitude
  2. Temperature
  3. Earth rotation
  4. Moon’s pull
  5. 1, 2 and 3
  6. 2 and 3
  7. 1 and 2
  8. 1, 2, 3 and 4

Q  NO:  Which one of the following is not a form of precipitation?

  • Fog
  • Hail
  • Snowfall
  • Rainfall

Q  NO:  Perspiration is maximum when temperature is ______

  • Low and air is dry
  • Low and air is humid
  • High and air is dry
  • High and air is humid

Q  NO:  In which type(kind) of rocks are coal and petroleum found?

  • Granite
  • Igneous
  • Metamorphic
  • Sedimentary

Q  NO:  The removal of rock, layer by layer due to weathering is called ______

  • Block disintegration
  • Dellation
  • Exfoliation
  • Granular disintegration

Q  NO:  Arrange the following soil particle by size in the descending(downward) order ______

  1. Gravel
  2. Clay
  3. Silt
  4. Sand
  5. 1, 2, 3, 4
  6. 4, 2, 3, 1
  7. 1, 4, 3, 2
  8. 3, 4, 1, 2

Q  NO:  Japan experiences frequent earthquakes because it is located(situated) ______

  • On the eastern coast of asia
  • On the meeting point of tow plates of the earth’s surface
  • Amidst the ocean
  • In the volcanic belt

Q  NO:  The movement inside the earth’s crust(outerlayer) is studies by ______

  • Geodesy
  • Geology
  • Plate tectonics
  • Seismology

Q  NO:  Which of the following are correctly(truly) matched?

  1. Gneiss             :      metamorphic
  2. Granite            :      igneous
  3. Sandstone       :      sedimentary
  4. 1 only
  5. 1 and 2
  6. 2 and 3
  7. 1, 2 and 3

Q  NO:  Sedimentary rocks are formed(shaped) by the process of ______

  • Metamorphism
  • Weathering
  • Deposition
  • Both (b) and (c)

Q  NO:  Choose the correct(right) statement about sedimentary rocks:

  • These rocks cannot be formed under water
  • These rocks are crystalline
  • The structure of these rocks is contingent in heat and pressure
  • These rocks have been deposited in layers

Q  NO:  The igneous rocks are formed(shaped) due to:

  • Accumulation of sediments at the bottom of sea
  • Granitisation
  • Disintegration of magma
  • Altering of metamorphic rocks

Q  NO:  Which of the following is not a sedimentary rock(stone)?

  • Limestone
  • Marble
  • Sandstone
  • Shale

Q  NO:  Which of the following rocks is transformed(altered) into marble?

  • Granite
  • Limestone
  • Peat
  • Shale

Q  NO:  The principal reason for the formation(shaped)of metamorphic rocks is:

  • Decompositions of sediments
  • Deposition of remains of plants and animals
  • Extreme heat and pressure
  • Solidification of magma

Q  NO:  In which type(kind) of rocks are metals like gold and copper mostly found?

  • Old sedimentary
  • Old igneous
  • Old metamorphic
  • New metamorphic

Q  NO:  The type(kind) of igneous rocks which are found midway between volcanic and plutonic rocks are known as:

  • Basalt
  • Hypabyssal
  • Laccolith
  • Batholith

Q  NO:  Rocks which are found by solidification of lava on the earth’s surface(outward) are:

  • Sandstone
  • Limestone
  • Granites
  • Basalt

Q  NO:  Which form of coal is mainly suitable(perfect) for producing thermal power?

  • Anthracite
  • Bituminous
  • Lignite
  • Peat

Q  NO:  Which of the following types of coal represents the first stage of formation of coal?

  • Anthracite
  • Lignite
  • Peat
  • Bituminous

Q  NO:  Which one of the following is the organically formed sedimentary rock?

  • Breccia
  • Gypsum
  • Mudstone
  • Limestone

Q  NO:  The largest reserves of fresh water on the earth’s surface is in _______

  • North America
  • South America
  • Russia
  • Africa

Q  NO:  Which one of the following country does not border the Caspian sea?

  • Armenia
  • Azerbaijan
  • Kazakhstan
  • Turkmenistan

Q  NO:  Which one of the following is called(named) the gateway to the pacific?

  • Suez canal
  • Panama canal
  • Bering sea
  • Gulf of alaska

Q  NO:  Coral reefs are formed by _______

  • Volcanic rocks
  • Marine sediments
  • Tiny colonial marine animals which construct limestone skeleton material
  •  Chlorine material precipitated from sea water

Q  NO:  The direction of ocean currents is reversed with season _______

  • In the pacific ocean
  • In the atlantic ocean
  • In the indian ocean
  • In the Mediterranean sea

Q  NO:  Which  seas is without a coastline?

  • White sea
  • Sargasso sea
  • Sea of okhotsk
  • Tasman sea

Q  NO:  Which of the following cities is incorrectly matched to the river on which it is situated(located)?

  • Budapest-river danube
  • Baghdad-river tigris
  • Amsterdam-river amsel
  • Alexndria-river niger

Q  NO:  Which one of the following countries is situated geographically in America but politically is a part of Europe?

  • Iceland
  • Canary islands
  • Greenland
  • Cuba

Q  NO:  The ‘horn of africa’ includes:

  • Ethiopia, dgibouti, Somalia
  • Nambia, Botswana, south Africa
  • Senegal, guinea, Somalia
  • Libya, Egypt, sodan

Q  NO:  South Africa is the largest exporter of _______

  • Silver
  • Teak wood
  • Gold
  • Lead

Q  NO:  Which is the main industrial activity of Tanzania?

  • Cloves export
  • Mining
  • Oil based
  • Sugar/coconut based

Q  NO:  Which country is the biggest producer(maker) of mercury in the world?

  • Mexico
  • Canada
  • Italy
  • Germany

Q  NO:  With which of the following items is Kimberley associated(linked)?

  • Diamond
  • Silver
  • Perfumes
  • Cereals

Q  NO:  In which country are diamonds abundantly found?

  • Canada
  • Russia
  • South Africa
  • Australia

Q  NO:  Which of the following pairs are wrong?

  • Iron : Russia
  • Mica : Japan
  • Coal : USA
  • Aluminium : USA

Q  NO:  Seasonal contrast in temperature are minimum in the equatorial region because:

  • Sky is always overcast
  • Sun is almost vertically overhead throughout the year
  • Forests prevents sunlight from reaching the ground
  • Rainfall cool the atmosphere

Q  NO:  Which of the following ecosystems(ecologies) covers the largest area of the earth’s surface?

  • Desert ecosystem
  • Grassland ecosystem
  • Mountain ecosystem
  • Marine ecosystem

Q  NO:  What happens to tropical soils when the rain forest is cleared(neat)?

  • There is little effect on the soil because of its depth of richness
  • Clearing interrupts the critical nutrient cycle and leads to soil leaching  
  •  The soil improves to the extent that soluble nutrients are no longer depleted by the trees
  • The soils stabilize and become excellent for grain

Q  NO:  The factors which determine the climate of a place are:

  1. Soil
  2. Latitude
  3. Altitude
  4. Vegetation
  5. 2 only
  6. 1 and 2 only
  7. 2 and 3 only
  8. 3 and 4 only

Q  NO:  Deciduous trees are those:

  • That grow up straight
  • That grow plenty in dry places
  • That shed their leaves during a certain
  • That never bear fruits

Q  NO:  Black forest is the name of mountain present in _______

  • Canada
  • USA
  • Russia
  • Germany

Q  NO:  Which of the following regions gets no rainfall throughout the year?

  • The equatorial region
  • The tundra region
  • The Himalayan region
  • The Mediterranean region

Q  NO:  Where was the world’s first oil-well drilled in the 19th century?

  • Baku in Russia
  • Titusfills in Pennsylvania, USA
  • Digboi in assam, india
  • Dhahran in Saudi Arabia

Q  NO:  Venice in Italy and Vienna in Austria are famous for  _______

  • Pottery
  • Glass industry
  • Chemical industry
  • Textile industry

Q  NO:  Match the following:

  1. Sheffield                     1.  Germany
  2. Detroit                        2.  England
  3. Baku                            3.  France
  4. Munich                       4.  Azerbaijan

A  B  C  D

  • 2  5  4  1
  • 2  4  5  3
  • 3  5  4  1
  • 5  1  4  2

Q  NO:  Which one of the following is the landlocked country?

  • Bulgaria
  • Hungary
  • Romania
  • Ukraine

Q  NO:  Which crop is affected by the disease called blast?

  • Rice
  • Wheat
  • Sugarcane
  • Bajra

Q  NO:  Which one of the following practices of cultivation can be referred to as crop rotation?

  • Different crops in different seasons
  • Different crops in the same season
  • The same crop in different seasons
  • The same crop in different fields

Q  NO:  Which one of the following fertilizers contains a high percentage of nitrogen?

  • Urea
  • Ammonium nitrate
  • Ammonium sulphate
  • Calcium nitrate

Q  NO:  Which of the following is the correct group(company) of kharif crops?

  • Rice, millet, maize, cotton
  • Jowar, bajra, rice, cotton, jute, gram
  • Groundnut, bajra, barley, sorghum, wheat
  • Wheat, barley, gram, bustard

Q  NO:  Which country tops in the production(creation) of coconut in the world?

  • Bangladesh
  • Sri lanka
  • Philippines
  • Indonesia

Q  NO:  Jute requires hot, moist climate with adequate amount of rain and rich soil. Which country in the world is leading in jute production(creation)?

  • Brazil
  • India
  • Thailand
  • Bangladesh

Q  NO:  Cocoa is a tropical plant and requires heat and moisture. Which of the following countries is leading in cocoa production in the world?

  • Brazil
  • Nigeria
  • Ghana
  • Ivory coast

Q  NO:   Coffee requires hot and moist climate and grows best on slopes. Which of the following country is leading in coffee production?

  • Indonesia
  • India
  • Brazil
  • Columbia

Q  NO:  More or less like coffee, tea requires warm, moist, tropical climate and grows well on hill slopes. Which of the following countries is leading(foremost) in tea production?

  • India
  • China
  • Sri lanka
  • Indonesia

Q  NO:  For which crop, black volcanic soil and moist climate is most suitable without excess rainfall?

  • Bajra
  • Tobacco
  • Cotton
  • Jute

Q  NO:  Higher summer temperature, stiff soil capable of supporting heavy weight of plant are essential for _______

  • Rubber
  • Jute
  • Rice
  • Maize

Q  NO:  Which is the largest cotton producing country in the world?

  • India
  • Egypt
  • China
  • USA

Q  NO:  Wheat being a plant of temperate zone, grows well on plains away from sea and having moderately dry climate. World’s maximum production of wheat is obtained from _______

  • Australia
  • China
  • Canada
  • Russia

Q  NO:  Which country leads in production of barley among the following _______

  • China
  • India
  • USA
  • Canada

Q  NO:  Groundnut crop is the monopoly of _______

  • Indonesia
  • Bangladesh
  • Pakistan
  • India

Q  NO:  Which of the following countries is known as island of cloves?

  • Zanzibar
  • Indonesia
  • Kenya
  • Bahamas

Q  NO:  Which country has extensive mechanized agriculture and which is the main crop produced in that country?

  • Australia – wheat
  • Soviet union – maize
  • USA – wheat
  • North America – wheat

Q  NO:  Which continent leads in contribution to world’s rice production to the maximum and how much?

  • Australia (50%)
  • Africa (42%)
  • Asia (90%)
  • Asia (72%)

Q  NO:  Tobacco, a product of high commercial value these days and which grows under a wide range of climates, is a major plantation of _______

  • India
  • China
  • USA
  • Pakistan

Q  NO:  Which two of the following products have great commercial value in tropical monsoon region?

  • Wheat and maize
  • Wheat and rice
  • Rice and tea
  • Tea and wheat

Q  NO:  For which agricultural produce, Sudan is famous and under tropical grassland (savanas) region?

  • Coffee
  • Millet
  • Barley
  • Cotton

Q  NO:  Myanmar, whose chief mineral resources comprise silver, lead and tin, is engaged in chief industrial activity of _______

  • Tinning black iron for food containers
  • Tinning export
  • Rice export
  • None of these

Q  NO:  Besides tobacco, tea and cotton, which is the other agricultural produce of china?

  • Maize
  • Rice
  • Soyabean
  • Millets

Q  NO:  Which is the most important crop of the Nile delta?

  • Sugarcane
  • Maize
  • Cotton
  • Millets

Q  NO:  Which of the following countries is the largest supplier of meat?

  • Argentina
  • Pakistan
  • Iran
  • Arabia

Q  NO:  Which of the following is the agricultural produce of Taiwan?

  • Coffee
  • Maize
  • Rice
  • Millets

Q  NO:   Of all the animal pets that attack the crop plant, the most common and which cause the maximum damage are _______

  • Birds
  • Insects
  • Mice
  • Rats

Q  NO:  Which of the following crop is regarded as ’cash crop’?

  • Cotton
  • Jute
  • Tea
  • All of the above

Q  NO:  Which one of the following is not a ‘cash crop’?

  • Cotton
  • Groundnut
  • Sugarcane
  • Wheat

Q  NO:  Which gas present in the earth’s atmosphere can absorb solar ultraviolet radiation?

  1. Oxygen
  2. Ozone
  3. Carbon dioxide
  4. Nitrogen

Q  NO:  Among the world’s largest cotton growing countries, Pakistan stands at number ______

  1. Three
  2. Four
  3. Six
  4. Nine

Q  NO:  A famous natural bridge is located in ______

  1. Virginia
  2. Vermont
  3. Maine
  4. Washington

Q  NO:  The most severe storm is a _______

  1. Hurricane
  2. Tornado
  3. Typhone
  4. None of these

Q  NO:  Galapagos islands are situated in _______

  1. Atlantic ocean
  2. Indian ocean
  3. Southern ocean
  4. Pacific ocean

Q  NO:  Eskimos are the primitive people living in ______

  1. Western Europe
  2. Northern america
  3. North asia
  4. Central Africa

Q  NO:  Which type of clouds are called rain clouds?

  1. Cumulus
  2. Nimbostratus
  3. Cirrus
  4. None of these

Q  NO:  A light year is equal to _______

  1. 8.46 trillion km
  2. 9.46 trillion km
  3. 10.46 trillion km
  4. None of these

Q  NO:  Atmospheric pressure at sea level is _______

  1. 750 mm
  2. 760 mm
  3. 770 mm
  4. None of these

Q  NO:  The number of central asian republic (CARs) is _______

  1. Five
  2. Four
  3. Ten
  4. Eight

Q  NO:  Which types of forest are found in the areas where the rainfall is between 80 degrees and 120 degrees?

  1. Coniferous forest
  2. Seasonal forests
  3. Evergreen forests
  4. Littoral forest

Q  NO:  Truck farming is a _______

  1. Inaland fishing
  2. Lumbering
  3. Truck manufacturing
  4. Vegetable growing

Q  NO:  Dogger bank in pacific ocean is famous for _______

  1. Fishing ground
  2. Forest
  3. Coast
  4. Tourism

Q  NO:  Ruhr coal field is situated in _______

  1. Brazil
  2. Germany
  3. Indonesia
  4. South africa

Q  NO:  India is the world’s largest producer of _______

  1. Iron ore
  2. Coal
  3. Mica
  4. Copper

Q  NO:  The concept of heartland was given by _______

  1. Hanshofer
  2. Mackinder
  3. Ratzel
  4. None of these

Q  NO:  The first irrigated forest of Pakistan chhanga manga was established in _______

  1. 1866
  2. 1890
  3. 1892
  4. 1896

Q  NO:  Lakhra coal field is situated in _______

  1. North of Hyderabad
  2. South of Hyderabad
  3. East of Hyderabad
  4. West of Hyderabad

Q  NO:  Korea bay lies in _______

  1. Sea in japan
  2. East china sea
  3. Bering sea
  4. Yellow sea

Q  NO:  Height of Lahore from sea level(stage) is _______

  • 500 feet
  • 600 feet
  • 480 feet
  • 702 feet

Q  NO:  Height of Islamabad from sea level(stage) is _______

  1. 1800 feet
  2. 2000 feet
  3. 2200 feet
  4. 3000 feet

Q  NO:  When was Pakistan-Iran border line demarcated?

  1. 24th September, 1872
  2. 24th September, 1874
  3. 24th September, 1876
  4. 24th September, 1878

Q  NO:   In which country was the first oil-well drilled in 1859?

  1. Saudi arabia
  2. USA
  3. Russia
  4. Venezeula

Q  NO:  A local wind blow from sea to land is _______

  1. Land breeze
  2. Sea breeze
  3. Sirocco
  4. North breeze

Q  NO:  What is sericulture?

  1. Cultivation of fruit
  2. Rearing of silk worm
  3. Cultivation of trees
  4. Cultivation of vegetables

Q  NO:  Speleology  mean is the scientific study of _______

  1. Soil
  2. Caves
  3. Clouds
  4. Rain

Q  NO:  Which of the following is the rift valley?

  1. The amazon valley
  2. The thames valley
  3. The rhine valley
  4. None of these

Q  NO:  What is the diameter of earth?

  1. 10556 km
  2. 12756 km
  3. 14756 km
  4. 16756 km

Q  NO:  In which province of Pakistan volcano mountains are located?

  1. Punjab
  2. Sindh
  3. Balochistan
  4. KPK

Q  NO:  Name the types of forests which accounts for the most of the total forest area in the world?

  1. Deciduous forests
  2. Littoral forests
  3. Coniferous forests
  4. Broad-leaved forests

Q  NO:  Panama canal is under the control of _______

  1. Cuba
  2. Panama
  3. USA
  4. United kingdom

Q  NO:  Biggest hail storm was recorded in 2003 in _______

  1. India
  2. USA
  3. UK
  4. Sudan

Q  NO:  On 11 march 2011, an earthquake magnitude _______ and subsequent tsunami hit the east of Japan, killing over 14000 and leaving another 12000 missing?

  1. 6.8
  2. 7.9
  3. 8.3
  4. 9.0

Q  NO:  Nearest part of atmosphere to earth is called _______

  1. Stratosphere
  2. Troposphere
  3. Ionosphere
  4. Mesosphere

Q  NO:  Chile has a longest shore along _______

  1. Atlantic sea
  2. Black sea
  3. Mediterranean sea
  4. Pacific sea

Q  NO:  Growth domestic product in Pakistan is growing at the rate of _______

  1. 2%
  2. 3.7%
  3. 5.6%
  4. 7%

Q  NO:  How far is dead sea below medeterian?

  1. 250 meters
  2. 300 meters
  3. 400 meters
  4. 1000 meters

Q  NO:  Which country has the shortest coast line of 5.5 km in the world?

  1. Afghanistan
  2. Zimbabwe
  3. Uganda
  4. Monaco

Q  NO:  Which continent has no desert?

  1. Europe
  2. Australia
  3. Africa
  4. South America

Q  NO:  Territoril water traditionally extends for how many kilometers from the  coast line of a country?

  1. 35 km
  2. 28 km
  3. 19 km
  4. 46 km

Q  NO:  State executive economic sone extends for how many km from coast line of a country?

  1. 19 km
  2. 28 km
  3. 46 km
  4. 35 km

Q  NO:  What is the length of English channel?

  1. 625 km
  2. 610 km
  3. 564 km
  4. 550 km

Q  NO:  Which is longest commercial ocean of the world?

  1. Pacific
  2. Arctic
  3. Indian
  4. Atlantic

Q  NO:  Mediterrian sea means _______

  1. Sea in the middle of earth
  2. Sea in the middle of oceans
  3. Sea in the middle of land
  4. Sea surrounded by islands

Q  NO:  Why black sea is so called?

  1. Visibility in the water is almost nil
  2. It has black rocks
  3. A dense fog prevails there in water
  4.  Water appears to be black from air

Q  NO:  Seine river is in _______

  1. Germany
  2. England
  3. France
  4. Switzerland

Q  NO:  Hang He river is in _______

  1. China
  2. Jawain
  3. Vietnam
  4. Jheland

Q  NO:  Asia minor is a geographical expression, a part to ________

  1. Turkey
  2. Russia
  3. Uzbekistan
  4. Afghanistan

Q  NO:  What is the total length Suez canal constructed in 1869?

  • 193.30 km
  • 190 km
  • 180 km
  • 160 km

Q  NO:  Which two seas are linked by Suez canal?

  1. Mediterranean and red sea
  2. Indian ocean and red sea
  3. Indian ocean and beltus sea
  4. Red sea and Caribbean

Q  NO:  The period in which the Suez canal remained closed after Arab-israel war?

  1. 1967-1972
  2. 1967-1974
  3. 1967-1975
  4. 1967-1976

Q  NO:  Which is the second largest island in the world?

  1. Bosnia
  2. Java
  3. Sumatra
  4. New guinea

Q  NO:  Which is the largest island in the world?

  1. Kadagascar
  2. Kalalit nunned island, Greenland
  3. Cuba
  4. Brilam

Q  NO:  Which is the largest island in Indian ocean?

  1. Baffin
  2. Bomeo
  3. Madagascar
  4. Cathy pacific

Q  NO:  Which is the longest mountain range of the world?

  1. Alps
  2. Andes
  3. Himalaya
  4. Karakorum

Q  NO:  The longest and largest river in Asia is _______

  1. Indus, Pakistan
  2. Ganga, india
  3. Brahmaputra
  4. Yangtze, china

Q  NO:  Name the highest lake in the world located in the Himalaya mountains?

  1. Manchhar
  2. Panch pokhri
  3. Leluser
  4. Kechura

Q  NO:  Which is the longest river of Europe?

  1. Amazon
  2. Volga
  3. Mississippi
  4. Hudson

Q  NO:  Which is the greatest mountain range in the world?

  1. Rockies
  2. Indus
  3. Himalaya
  4. Alps

Q  NO:  The largest city area wise is _______

  1. Bombay
  2. Toronto
  3. New York
  4. Moscow

Q  NO:  Which is the largest country in arab peninsula?

  1. Syria
  2. Iraq
  3. Qatar
  4. Saudi arabia

Q  NO:  Which is the freest economy of the world with lowest taxes and lack of trade barriers?

  1. UAE
  2. Singapore
  3. Dubai
  4. China

Q  NO:  The longest frontier is between which countries?

  1. USA and Canada
  2. Afghanistan and Pakistan
  3. Russia and Azerbaijan
  4. USA and mexico

Q  NO:  Longest mountain range is _______

  • Asia
  • South America
  • Europe
  • Africa

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