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500+Most important MCQ on Geography for WBCS Mains 2018: Part 19 (in Bengali)
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Part :19-This lesson we will cover some question related to Industrial Geography with details analysis. This lesson is specially designed for WBCS Mains & other competitive examinations (in Bengali)

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  1. 500 + Most Important MCQs Geography for WBCS mains Part I9 Presented By Mouli Roy.


  2. 21. On the basis of ownership industry can be classified as: A. Agro-based, Mineral based, Small scale industry, Private sector Public sector, Private sector, Joint sector, Co-operative sector Public sector, Private sector, Consumer industry, Mineral based industry. Public sector, Private sector, Joint sector, Small scale industry B. C. D.


  3. 21. On the basis of ownership industry can be classified as: A. Agro-based, Mineral based, Small scale industry, Private sector B. Public sector, Private sector, Joint sector, Co- operative sector Public sector, Private sector, Consumer industry, Mineral based industry. Public sector, Private sector, Joint sector, Small scale industry C. D.


  4. 22. Light industry use A. Light raw material B. Material which produces light C. Light investment D. none of these


  5. 22. Light industry use A. Light raw material B. Material which produces light C. Light investment D. none of these


  6. 23. Which of the following industries is not a heavy industry? A. Cotton textile B. Cement C. Iron and Steel D. Ship building


  7. 23. Which of the following industries is not a heavy industry? A. Cotton textile B. Cement C. Iron and Steel D. Ship building


  8. 24. What percentage of Gross Domestic Products (GDP) does India receive from the manufacturing industries? A. 27% 17% C. 10% D. 20%


  9. 24. What percentage of Gross Domestic Products (GDP) does India receive from the manufacturing industries? A. 27% B. 17% C. 10% D. 20%


  10. 25. On the basis of capital investment the industry is classified as: A. Public sector, Private sector B. Small scale industry, large scale industry C. Basic industry, consumer industry D. Agro based industry, Mineral based industry


  11. 25. On the basis of capital investment the industry is classified as: A. Public sector, Private sector B. Small scale industry, large scale industry C. Basic industry, consumer industry D. Agro based industry, Mineral based industry


  12. 26. Cooperative sector industries are owned and operated by the producers or suppliers of raw materials, workers or both. They pool in the resources and share the profits or losses: A. Unevenly B. unequally C. disproportionately D. proportionately


  13. 27. To which category is the Iron and steel industry belong to: A. Small scale B. Large scale C. Cooperative sector D. Agro based


  14. 28. Many industries tend to come together to make use of the advantages offered by the urban centers known as: A. command economy B. capitalistic economy C. agglomeration economies D. communi ist economy


  15. 30. Which are not the agro-based industries? A. Sugar industry B. Cotton industry C. Vegetable oil and plantation industry D. Iron and steel industry


  16. 30. Which are not the agro-based industries? A. Sugar industry B. Cotton industry C. Vegetable oil and plantation industry D. Iron and steel industry


  17. 31. It is important for us to improve our weaving sector instead of exporting yarn in large quantity because A. Value added to yarn sector B. More export of finished goods C. More earning of foreign exchange D. All of these


  18. 32. W A. 2 percent B. 4 percent C. 6 percent D. 8 percent hat is the share of India in world's garment trade?


  19. 32. What is the share of India in world's garment trade? A. 2 percent B. 4 percent C. 6 percent D. 8 percent 0


  20. 33. Which one of the following is true with reference to the cotton textile industries? A. India imports yarn from Japan B. India exports yarn to Japan C. India has low class production in spinning D. Today, India has about 1800 cotton textile mills


  21. 34. When was the first cotton mill set up in India? A. 1814 B. 1824 C. 1854 D. 1864


  22. 35. India exports yarn to which of the following countries? A. China B. Japan C. UK D. Singapore


  23. 35. India exports yarn to which of the following countries? A. China B. Japan 0 C. UK D. Singapore


  24. 36. Which among the following industry showed growth during two world wars in India? A. Petro-chemical B. Aluminum C. Copper D. Cotton


  25. 37. Why did Mahatma Gandhi lay emphasis on spinning yarn and weaving khadi? A. he industr mands sup ports many other industries B. The handspun khadi provides large scale employment to C. Khadi textile industry was concentrated only in the cotton D. About 80 per cent of these are in the private sector weavers in their homes as Cottage industry. growing belt of Maharashtra and Gujarat.


  26. 37. Why did Mahatma Gandhi lay emphasis on spinning yarn and weaving khadi? A. The industry by creating demands supports many other industries B. The handspun khadi provides large scale employment to weavers in their homes as Cottage industry. C. Khadi textile industry was concentrated only in the cotton growing belt of Maharashtra and Gujarat. D. About 80 per cent of these are in the private sector


  27. 40. Why did the cotton factories in India grow during the World War I? A. Masses refused to wear foreign clothes because of B. Textile imports from Britain declined because the demand C. The Government in England lowered the import duties on D. The Indian cotton industries started producing cotton Swadeshi appeal of military supplies from lndian factories increased. Indian cotton textiles clothes at competitive prices.


  28. 40. Why did the cotton factories in India grow during the World War I? A. Masses refused to wear foreign clothes because of Swadeshi appeal B. Textile imports from Britain declined because the demand of military supplies from Indian factories increased. C. The Government in England lowered the import duties on Indian cotton textiles. D. The Indian cotton industries started producing cotton clothes at competitive prices.


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