World Geography

1. The chief raw material for fabrication of paper is A) jute B) bamboo C) cotton D) turpentine 2. Weather instrument speed is A) Wind Vane B) Ceilometer C) Clinometer D) Anemometer 3. Sea of Tranquillity is located in A) Pacific Ocean B) Atlantic Ocean C) Indian Ocean D) None of the oceans 4. The […]

World Geography

1. Which of the following planets is similar to our Earth in mass, size and density ? A) Mars B) Venus C) Mercury D) Uranus 2. What is Cosmic dust ? A) Material found on the moon B) Dust produced by the sun C) Small particles of matter distributed through out space D) Dust found […]

World Geography

1. Clouds with vertical development are known as A) Cirrus B) Cumulonimbus C) Stratus D) Cirrocumulus 2. Arrange the following types of clouds in the increasing order of their heights: 1. Cumulus 2. Stratus 3. Cirrus 4. Nimbus A) 1,3,2,4 B) 2,4,1,3 C) 3, 2, 4, 1 D) 4, 2,1,3 3. Planet nearest to sun […]

World Geography

1. Hail storm occurs in summer season due to the formation of clouds called A) Cumulus B) Cumulonimbus C) Cirrus D) Cirrocumulus 2. When rain falls through a cold layer of air near the earth’s surface, rain drops get frozen into ice. This type of precipitation is called A) Snowfall B) Hailstones C) Sleet D) […]

World Geography

1. Which of the following is not a form of precipitation? A) Rainfall B) Snowfall C) Fog D) Hail 2. Which type of rainfall leads to the formation of the windward and the Leeward side? A) Cyclonic B) Convectional C) Orographic D) All of these 3. Which cloud is known a high cloud? A) Cirrus […]

World Geography

1. The nature of the winter rainfall in north western India is A) Convectional B) Orographic C) Monsoohal D) Cyclonic 2. Relative humidity of the atmosphere is directly affected by A) Change in atmospheric pressure B) Change in atmospheric temperature C) Change in the direction of winds D) None of these 3. the Himalayas have […]

World Geography

1. Cyclonic rainfall largely occurs in A) Egypt B) India C) U.K. D) Mexico 2. The highest annual precipitation occurs in A) Canadian Shield B) Congo basin C) Siberian Plains D) Amazon basin 3. In the deserts the amount of rainfall per annum is A) less than 250cm B) less than 50cm C) less than […]

World Geography

1. Which of the following is known as “The cold pole” of the world? A) Leurential region of canada B) Verkhoyansk C) Antarctica D) Green lands 2. Which of the following planets has largest number of natural satellites or moons A) jupiter B) Mars C) Saturn D) Venus 3. Atmospheric humidity is measured by A) […]

World Geography

1. The North Pole is always in the right A) From September 23 to March 21 B) From March 21 to September 23 C) From June 21 to December 22 D) on June 21 2. Which of the following is known as ‘Island of Precipitation’? A) Fault Mountains B) Fold Mountains C) Down Mountains D) […]

World Geography

1. Andes Mountains are in A) North America B) Europe C) South America D) Asia 2. Victoria lake is in A) Tanzania B) Mexico C) America D) Australia 3. MERCDSUR Consists of group of Countries of A) Africa B) Asia C) Latin America D) South East Asia 4. According to United Nations which of the […]