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500+Most important MCQ on Geography for WBCS Mains : Part 35 (in Bengali)
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Part :35- 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 35 Presented By Mouli Ro y.


  2. 1. Which of the following intrusive rocks is different in its formation? (a) Dyke (b) Batholith (c) Laccolith (d) Phacolith


  3. 1. Which of the following intrusive rocks is different in its formation? (a) Dyke (b) Batholith c) Laccolith (d) Phacolith


  4. 2. The depth of an ocean is measured in (a) Nautical miles (b) Metres (c) Fathoms (d) Feet


  5. 2. The depth of an ocean is measured in (a) Nautical miles (b) Metres (c) Fathoms (d) Feet


  6. 3. Which of the following seas has a large extent of continental shelf? (a) Arabian Sea (b) North Sea (c) Caribbean Sea (d) Mediterranean Sea


  7. 3. Which of the following seas has a large extent of continental shelf? (a) Arabian Sea (b) North Sea (c) Caribbean Sea (d) Mediterranean Sea


  8. 4. The ocean currents all over the world have regular directions throughout the year except in the Indian Ocean. This is because (a) The Indian Ocean is 'half an ocean' (b) It has a monsoon drift (c) Its three sides are bounded by land (d) It is symmetrical with little northward expansion.


  9. 4. The ocean currents all over the world have regular directions throughout the year except in the Indian Ocean. This is because (a) The Indian Ocean is 'half an ocean' (b) It has a monsoon drift (c) Its three sides are bounded by land (d) It is symmetrical with little northward expansion.


  10. 5. Some sailors travelling towards the Gulf of Mexico, passed some hundred kilometers off the coast near Belem. They lasted fresh water in the sea. This was owing to (a) Excessive rain in these regions (b) Close proximity of the mouths of the Amazon (c) The Atlantic ocean being less saline (d) The Equatorial current bringing fresh water.


  11. 5. Some sailors travelling towards the Gulf of Mexico, passed some hundred kilometers off the coast near Belem. They lasted fresh water in the sea. This was owing to (a) Excessive rain in these regions (b) Close proximity of the mouths of the Amazon (c) The Atlantic ocean being less saline (d) The Equatorial current bringing fresh water.


  12. 6. Sea of Marmara is between (a) Alaska and Kamchatka (b) Great Britain and Scandinavia (c) Black Sea and Mediterranean Sea (d) Atlantic ocean and Pacific Ocean.


  13. 7. The Red Sea gets its name because of (a) Red algae (b) Blue green algae (c) Agar agar (d) Corals.


  14. 8. Fish-eating pigs of the South Sea Islands are examples of (a) Regulated adjustment (b) Natural selection (c) Survival instinct (d) Adaptation.


  15. 8. Fish-eating pigs of the South Sea Islands are examples of (a) Regulated adjustment (b) Natural selection (c) Survival instinct (d) Adaptation.


  16. 10. The one example of a species that has survived the changing environment without undergoing a change itself is the (a) Elephant (b) Horse (c) Aardvark (d) Cockroach


  17. 10. The one example of a species that has survived the changing environment without undergoing a change itself is the (a) Elephant (b) Horse (c) Aardvark (d) Cockroach.


  18. 11. The 'Silent Valley' which caused a furor among the environmentalists in recent times, is in (a) Assanm (b) Kamataka (c) Kerala (d) Kashmir.


  19. 12. The evidence of extinct species which could not adjust to the new environment is obtained from (a) Seismic studies (b) Remote sensing (c) Fossils (d) Petrography


  20. 13. The smaller and weaker organisms reproduce at a faster rate than the larger organ isms in order to (a) Maintain natural high productive rate (b) Maintain ecological balance (c) Be a prey for the consumers (d) Produce more biogas.


  21. 13. The smaller and weaker organisms reproduce at a faster rate than the larger organ isms in order to (a) Maintain natural high productive rate (b) Maintain ecological balance () Be a prey for the consumers (d) Produce more biogas.


  22. 14. The obvious changes in animals or the extinction of many animal species may be attributed to (a) Glacial periods (b) Volcanic eruptions (c) Geological periods (d) Invasion and migration of people.


  23. 15. Large scale migration takes place from one region to another by (a) Aquatic birds (b) Flying mammals (c) Flightless birds (d) Humming birds.


  24. 15. Large scale migration takes place from one region to another by (a) Aquatic birds (b) Flying mammals (c) Flightless birds (d) Humming birds.


  25. 16. Mangrove forests belong to one of the following ecosystems: (a) Riverine (b) Neritic zone (c) Estuarine (d) Oceanic zone.


  26. 17. Which of the following is responsible for the presence of living organisms in the biosphere? (a) Biotic environment (b) Lithosphere (c) Biome (d) Lithosphere, atmosphere, hydrosphere


  27. 18. The science which deals with the interrelationship between venous orgamsms and the physical environment is (a) Biology (c) Ecology (b) Biogeography (d) Pathology.


  28. 20. Which of these is called a self-contained natural aquarium? (a) Population (b) Ecosystem (c) Terrarium (d) Biosphere


  29. 20. Which of these is called a self-contained natural aquarium? (a) Population (b) Ecosystem (c) Terrarium (d) Biosphere


  30. 21. To have a proper carbon cycle, we need a particular sequence. It is (a) producers-consumers-decomposers (b) consumers-decomposers-producers (c) producers-decomposers-consumers (d) consumers-producers-decomposers


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