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500+Most important MCQ on Geography for WBCS Mains : Part 34 (in Bengali)
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Part :34- 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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Mouli Roy
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  1. 500 + Most Important MCQs Geography for WBCS mains Part 34 Presented By Mouli Ro y.


  2. 1. Which of the following has a different parent rock? (a) Peat (b) Gypsum (c) Chalk (d) Sandstone


  3. 1. Which of the following has a different parent rock? (a) Peat (b) Gypsum (c) Chalk (d) Sandstone


  4. 2. The ozone layer is the most important zone because it (a) Absorbs ultra-violet rays (b) Plays a dominant role in weather phenomena (c) Has more oxygen (d) Reflects radio waves.


  5. 2. The ozone layer is the most important zone because it (a) Absorbs ultra-violet rays (b) Plays a dominant role in weather phenomena (c) Has more oxygen (d) Reflects radio waves.


  6. 3. Jet aircraft fly very high in stratosphere in order to escape (a) Clouds (b) Fogs (c) Jet stream (d) Strong winds


  7. 3. Jet aircraft fly very high in stratosphere in order to escape (a) Clouds (b) Fogs (c) Jet stream (d) Strong winds


  8. 4. One of the following said the earth was "like a blue pearl in space". (a) Argonaut (b) Technocrat (c) Astronaut (d) Astronomer


  9. 4. One of the following said the earth was "like a blue pearl in space". (a) Argonaut (b) Technocrat (c) Astronaut (d) Astronomer


  10. 5. Which of the following has a different parent rock? (a) Gneiss (b) Marble (c) Graphite (d) Slate


  11. 5. Which of the following has a different parent rock? (a) Gneiss (b) Marble (c) Graphite (d) Slate


  12. 6. Which of the following rocks is formed by cementing? (a) Basalt (b) Breccia (c) Grit (d) Shale


  13. 7. In which layer do meteors bum up? (a) Mesosphere (b) Stratosphere (c) Exosphere (d) Ionosphere


  14. 8. In which layer of the atmosphere do quantities of radiation atoms become electrified and 'ions' act like a mirror? (a) Ionosphere (b) Tropopause (c) Mesosphere (d) Troposphere


  15. 10. The biomes found in the mid-latitude deciduous forests are (a) Pine, fir, spruce, larch (b) Oak, chestnut, elm, beech (c) Cork oak, cypress, olive, mulberry (d) Shisham, mahua, sal, palash.


  16. 10. The biomes found in the mid-latitude deciduous forests are (a) Pine, fir, spruce, larch (b) Oak, chestnut, elm, beech (c) Cork oak, cypress, olive, mulberry (d) Shisham, mahua, sal, palash.


  17. 11. Forest fires occur when (a) Too much of wood is cut (b) Soils become dry (c) A small fire gets out of control (d) People throw lighted cigarette stubs on a tree.


  18. 12. The term biodiversity refers to (a) The changing variety of environments in which the species survive (b) The habitat of the various species of the earth (c) The wealth and varieties of species on the earth (d) Interrelationship between an organism and its Environment.


  19. 12. The term biodiversity refers to (a) The changing variety of environments in which the species survive (b) The habitat of the various species of the earth (c)The wealth and varieties of species on the earth (d) Interrelationship between an organism and its Environment.


  20. 13. Which of the following is threatening the existence of life on this planet earth? (I) Pollution (Il) Desertification (III) Erosion (IV) Population explosion (a) I and IV only (b) II and III only (c) I, III, IV only (d) I, II, III and IV.


  21. 14. The ecosystem which will have the greatest number of food- webs will be (a) A forest ecosystem (b) The grass lands (c) A desert (d) The ocean depths.


  22. 15. If you are visiting the Kaziranga National Park, you will see the biosphere which belongs to (a) Riverine deltas (b) Himalayan flora and fauna (c) Evergreen forests of India (d) Tropical moist forests and the grass of Terai


  23. 15. If you are visiting the Kaziranga National Park, you will see the biosphere which belongs to (a) Riverine deltas (b) Himalayan flora and fauna (c) Evergreen forests of India (d) Tropical moist forests and the grass ofTerai.


  24. 16. The state of ecological balance can be maintained in our ecosystem only if (a) The environment remains the same (b)The relative organisms remain the same (c) The energy outflow is more than the inflow.


  25. 17. Which of the following deposits are found in the ocean's deep floor? (a) Mud (b) Pebbles (c) Clays (d) Oozes


  26. 17. Which of the following deposits are found in the ocean's deep floor? (a) Mud (b) Pebbles (c) Clays (d) Oozes


  27. 20. Salinity of the water is expressed mostly in (a) Degrees (b) Millimeters per thousand (c) Grams per thousand (d) Parts per thousand.


  28. 20. Salinity of the water is expressed mostly in (a) Degrees (b) Millimeters per thousand (c) Grams per thousand (d) Parts per thousand.


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