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151-175: MCQs based on Class 6 Geography NCERT
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In this lesson, Roman Saini has covered important chapters of Class 6 Geography NCERT through important MCQs.

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SIR IN NCERT CLASS VI IT IS THERE AS :-THERE ARE 24 TIME ZONES AND EACH ZONE COVERS 15 DEGREE OF LATITUDE. PLEASE CLARIFY
Roman sir...in question no.169 answer is both are wrong but I have studied from Arpita Prakash Mam's lecture on geography NCERT class 6th and she taught that there are 24 time zones of 1 hour each and each time zone have 15degree longitude. so which one is correct sir... please clear my doubts
Mukesh Gupta
a year ago
More Than 24 Time Zones If each time zone were 1 hour apart, there would be 24 in the world. However, the International Date Line (IDL) creates 3 more. Also, several time zones are only 30 or 45 minutes apart, increasing the total number of standard time zones even further. Arpita ma'am is right as per NCERT is concerned.. I hope u got my points.
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Hi sir myself Vinod , I am preparing for CSE 2019, how to start I don't know ,weather to start with ncert books or any other materials please help me with this . How to make an effective Time table now I am doing job please sir tell me
First of all complete whole ncert with regular reading of hindu
Anup Singh
2 years ago
please stop preparing ,there are not enough seats
Pooja Rawat
10 months ago
roman sir had made a video on one year perfect time table for cse aspirants. so u can check out that. hope it will help u...
Hello sir... this is mamta sir i am a fresher and i want to know how should i start my preparation...I have read 6th and 7th NCERT geography ,polity and just started reading history of class 6th NCERT....sir i have been reading The Hindu since 15days but still i m not getting what should i read which portion will be helpful for me amd the editorial page is soo tough to understand...sir please help me for this issue...if you do so i will be very glad...sir i would also like to tell that my assistant commandant exam is there on 23th july 2017 so please suggest me i should start for this exam as well as upsc IAS 2018. Thankyou sir
Garima Yadav
9 months ago
You can go for Jatin Verma sir's lectures for preparing The Hindu
dwarf planet do not hve moon so why pluto,eris,haumea hve moon ? please some one give me reply atleast
it should not be a moon but it can have a moon . thank you
  1. 151. Consider the following pairs: 1. Morning star Venus 2. Red planet Mars Select the correct answer using the code given below: (a) 1 only (b) 2 only (c) Both 1 and 2 (d) Neither 1 nor 2


  2. Solution: (c) Venus can be seen a few hours before the Sun and hence it is called morning star. It can be seen a few hours after sunset and hence called evening star. Mars appears red due to the rusty color of its soil. Hence, called the red planet.


  3. 152. Consider the following statements: 1. Comets are rocky bodies with lots of ice. 2. Comets have definite orbits around the Sun. Select the correct answer using the code given below: (a) 1 only (b) 2 only (c) Both 1 and 2 (d) Neither 1 nor 2


  4. Solution: (c) Comets are rocky bodies with ice which releases gases as they travel close to the Sun. Comets have definite orbits around the Sun. e.g. Halley's comet which appears every 76 years.


  5. 153. Consider the following pairs: 1. Pampas 2. Prairies Select the correct answer using the code given below: (a) 1 only (b) 2 only (c) Both 1 and 2 (d) Neither 1 nor 2 Argentina North America


  6. Solution: (c) Grasslands in different areas take different names: Pampas: Argentina Prairies North America Downs Australia Steppes: Asia Veld Africa


  7. 154. Which of the following is the hottest place in the world? (a) Dasht-e-lut, Iran (b) El Azizia, Libya (c) Death valley, California (d) Dallol, Ethiopia


  8. Solution: C Self explanatory.


  9. 155. Which of the following is the nearest star to the Sun? (a) Alpha Centauri A (b) Alpha Centauri B (c) Proxima Centauri (d) None of the above


  10. Solution: (c) Proxima Centauri is the nearest star to the Sun.


  11. 156. Which of the following conditions are to be satisfied for a dwarf planet? 1. Mass enough to assume a nearly round shape. 2. Should not be a moon. 3. Has cleared the neighborhood around its orbit. Select the correct answer using the code given below: (a) 1 and 2 only (b) 2 only (c) 2 and 3 only (d) All of the above


  12. Solution: (a) International Astronomical Union(IAU) which sets definitions for planetary science sets the following conditions for a dwarf planet: 1. Orbits the Sun 2. Has enough mass to assume a nearly round shape 3. Has not cleared the neighborhood around its orbit 4. Is not a moon


  13. D Solution: (d) Solution:(d) IAU currently recognizes five dwarf planets: Ceres, Pluto, Haumea, Makemake and Eris.


  14. 159. Which of the following is the worlds largestisland? (a) New Guinea (b) Greenland (c) Borneo (d) Madagascar


  15. Solution: (a) Mount Sidley is the highest dormant volcano and Mount Erebus is the most active volcano in Antarctica.


  16. 161. Where does Pacific ocean and Atlantic ocean meet? (a) Cape town (b) Cape Agulhas (c) Cape Horn (d) Cape Froward


  17. Solution: (c) Pacific ocean and Atlantic ocean meets at Cape Horn which is the southernmost tip of South America. Atlantic ocean and Indian ocean meet at Cape Agulhas.


  18. 163. Which is the deepest point of the Indian ocean? (a) Mariana trench (b) Tonga trench (c) Diamantina trench (d) Sunda trench


  19. 164. Maginot line is the boundary between? (a) Germany and Poland (b) France and Germany (c) France and Spain (d) Germany and Austria


  20. 165. Scandinavian countries include? 1. Norway 2. Swedern 3. Denmark Select the correct answer using the code given below: (a) 1 only (b) 1 and 2 only (c) 3 only (d) All of the above


  21. Solution: (d) Scandinavian countries include Norway, Sweden and Denmark.


  22. 166. Which of the following countries are completely surrounded by other countries? 1. Lesotho 2. San Marino 3. Swaziland Select the correct answer using the code given below: (a) 1 only (b) 1 and 2 only (c) 1 and 3 only (d) All of the above


  23. Solution: (b) The only countries completely surrounded by other countries are Lesotho by South Africa, Vatican city and San Marino by Italy. Swaziland has a border with Mozambique.


  24. 168. Which of the following affects equinox? 1. Revolution of the Earth around the Sun 2. Axial tilt of the Earth 3. Elliptical orbit of the Earth Select the correct answer using the code given below: (a) 1 only (b) 1 and 2 only (c) 1 and 3 only (d) All of the above


  25. Solution: (a) Africa touches Europe and Asia at three points Strait of Gibraltar in North West Suez Canal in North East Strait of Bab-el-Mandeb in the East


  26. 171. Which of the following is the largest bay in the world? (a) Bay of Bengal (b) Bay of Biscay (c) Hudson Bay (d) Bothnian Bay


  27. Solution: (a) Bay of Bengal is the largest bay in the world.


  28. 174. Consider the following statements: 1. Lunar eclipse occurs when Sun is between the Earth and the moon. 2. Moon's orbit is inclined at 5 degrees to the Earth's orbit. Select the correct answer using the code given below: (a) 1 only (b) 2 only (c) Both 1 and 2 (d) Neither 1 nor 2


  29. Solution: (c) Africa has Equator, Tropic of Cancer and Tropic of Capricorn passing through its country making it most tropical of all continents. Africa is covered in the North with the largest desert in the world, Sahara desert. It has Kalahari desert in the South.