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500+Most important MCQ on Geography for WBCS Mains : Part 32 (in Bengali)
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Part :32- This lesson we will cover some very very important topics in a MCQ form on 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 32 Presented By Mouli Ro y.


  2. 1. Which instrument is not used in weather data collection? (a) Hygrometer (b) Hydrograph (c) Galvanometer (d) Anemometer


  3. 1. Which instrument is not used in weather data collection? (a) Hygrometer (b) Hydrograph (c) Galvanometer (d) Anemometer


  4. 2. Given below is a passage. Read it and answer the questions. "When we approached Cape Horn at the Southern extremity of America, the weather became very cold and stormy, and the sailors began to tell stories about the furious gales and the dangers of that terrible Cape," The weather was "Cold and stormy" as they were sailing near the (a) Antarctic sea (b) Region of tropical cyclones (c) Latitudes where Parrel's law is pronounced (d) Latitudes where the cold and warm currents meet.


  5. 2. Given below is a passage. Read it and answer the questions. "When we approached Cape Horn at the Southern extremity of America, the weather became very cold and stormy, and the sailors began to tell stories about the furious gales and the dangers of that terrible Cape," The weather was "Cold and stormy" as they were sailing near the (a) Antarctic sea (b) Region of tropical cyclones (c) Latitudes where Parrel's law is pronounced (d) Latitudes where the cold and warm currents meet.


  6. 3. Which one of the statements is false? (a) This mountain is in the southern hemisphere (b) The south facing slopes are warmer. (c) The northern slopes will be subjected to frost shattering (d) Grapes can be grown on the southern slopes


  7. 3. Which one of the statements is false? (a) This mountain is in the southern hemisphere. (b) The south facing slopes are warmer. (c) The northern slopes will be subjected to frost shattering (d) Grapes can be grown on the southern slopes


  8. 4. The reason for the progressive decrease in temperature with rising height above sea level is due to (a) Decrease of water vapour and carbon dioxide (b) Lesser density and hence less heat absorption from insolation reflected from the surface (c) Decrease of oxygen and nitrogen (d) Decrease of ozone.


  9. 4. The reason for the progressive decrease in temperature with rising height above sea level is due to (a) Decrease of water vapour and carbon dioxide (b) Lesser density and hence less heat absorption from insolation reflected from the surface (c) Decrease of oxygen and nitrogen (d) Decrease of ozone.


  10. 5. What percentage of terrestrial radiation does the atmosphere absorb? (a) 48 per cent (b) 51 per cent (c) 85 per cent (d) 55 per cent


  11. 5. What percentage of terrestrial radiation does the atmosphere absorb? (a) 48 per cent (b) 51 per cent (c) 85 per cent (d) 55 per cent


  12. 6. Of which country is Irian Jaya a part? (a) The Philippines (b) Indonesia (c) Malaysia (d) Vietnam


  13. 7. What is Saigon now known as? (a) Ho Chi Minh City (b) Haiphong c) Da NanO (d) Yangon


  14. 8. The longest strait is (a) Magellan Strait (b) Palk Strait (c) Strait of Gibraltar (d) Malacca Strait.


  15. 9. What are the three main island groups from West to East (i.e. running west to east) in the Pacific called? (a) Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia (b) Polynesia, Micronesia and Melanesia (c) Indonesia, Polynesia and Micronesia (d) Polynesia, Melanesia and Indonesia


  16. 9. What are the three main island groups from West to East (i.e. running west to east) in the Pacific called? (a) Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia (b) Polynesia, Micronesia and Melanesia (c) Indonesia, Polynesia and Micronesia (d) Polynesia, Melanesia and Indonesia


  17. 11. Which one of the following countries famous as the land of thousand elephants is also known as Siam? (a) Cambodia (b) Thailand (c) Vietnam (d) Laos


  18. 12. This Gulf nation is a peninsula. Which one is it? (a) Oman (b) Bahrain (c) Qatar (d) Kuwait


  19. 12. This Gulf nation is a peninsula. Which one is it? (a) Oman (b) Bahrain (c) Qatar (d) Kuwait


  20. 13. One of the following is not a part of Commonwealth of Independent States. (a) Byelorussia (b) Ukraine (c) Russia d Tadzhik Republic


  21. 14. How many new countries (including Russia) has the break-up of the USSR added to Europe? (a) 12 (b) 6 (c) 10 (d) 9


  22. 15. What is the capital of Macedonia, a part of the former Yugoslavia? (a) Skopje (b) Mister (c) Pristina (d) Novi Sad


  23. 15. What is the capital of Macedonia, a part of the former Yugoslavia? (a) Skopje (b) Mister (c) Pristina (d) Novi Sad


  24. 16. What was the old name of Burkina Faso? (a) Mali (b) Niger (c) Mauritania (d) Upper Volta


  25. 17. The continents can be said to be floating on the sea of (a) Lighter sial (b) Denser sima (c) Pliable mantle (d) Denser basalt.


  26. 17. The continents can be said to be floating on the sea of (a) Lighter sial (b) Denser sima (c) Pliable mantle (d) Denser basalt.


  27. 20. The deeper we go into the earth, the more the boiling point is increased. This is because (a) There is no atmosphere (b) There is increase in temperature (c) There is increase in pressure d) The temperature and pressure are constant,


  28. 20. The deeper we go into the earth, the more the boiling point is increased. This is because (a) There is no atmosphere (b)There is increase in temperature (c) There is increase in pressure d) The temperature and pressure are constant,


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