ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY 150 MCQS MOCK TEST 2 FOR NTA UGC NET

ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY 150 MCQS MOCK TEST 2 FOR NTA UGC NET

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Economic Geography 150 MCQS PART 2

Economic Geography 150 MCQS PART 2

  • This Test Contains 25 Questions
  • Total Questions is 150
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Q.26. Which country is the leading producer of Gold?

(A) Peru

(B) India

(C) Australia

(D) China

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Q.27. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer using the codes given below

List-I

(Mineral Ores)

List-II

(Minerals)

A. Chalcopyrite1. Mica
B. Limonite2. Iron
C. Muscovite3. Aluminium
D. Bauxite4. Copper

Codes:

 ABCD
A.2413
B.4213
C.3124
D.1243

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Q.28. Which of the following group of crops can be grown in the area having temperature and annual rainfall more than 150 cm?

(A) Barley, Jute, Tea

(B) Rubber, Rice, Jute

(C) Tea, Coffee, Maize

(D) Rice, Wheat, Maize

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Q.29. Which minerals is known as black diamond

(A) Copper

(B) Coal

(C) Petroleum

(D) Manganese

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Q.30. The biggest coal reserves in the world is

(A) Russia

(B) China

(C) USA

(D) India

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Q.31. Which one of the following industries is known as Sunrise Industry?

(A) Iron and Steel Industry

(B) Cotton Textile Industry

(C) Automobile Industry

(D) Information technology

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Q.32. The headquarter of Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) is

(A) Dispur

(B) Dehradun

(C) Mumbai

(D) Bengaluru

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Q.33. What is Sagar Samrat and Sagar Vikas

(A) An Island near Port Blair

(B) An Island Near Maldives

(C) An Drilling Ships in Mumbai High

(D) Sea Vegetables

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Q.34. The World largest Uranium reserves are found in

(A) Canada

(B) Chile

(C) Zaire

(D) Nigeria

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Q.35. Which country is the leading rubber producing country?

(A) Indonesia

(B) Malaysia

(C) Thailand

(D) Peru

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Q.36. Which one of the following occupation is classified is an tertiary activity

(A) Carpenter

(B) Fisherman

(C) Banker

(D) Farmer

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Q.37. Transportation cost does not play a major role in the location of textile industry because

(A) Cotton is weight loosing material

(B) Cotton is weight gaining material

(C) Cotton is pure material more or less equal to finished product

(D) Weight loss in cotton during manufacturing is high

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Q.38. Weber Material Index (MI) refers to ratio between

(A) Cost of raw material and cost of production

(B) Transport cost and cost of labour

(C) Cost of energy of raw materials

(D) The weight of raw materials and weight of finished product

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Q.39. The concept of 'Spread' and 'Backwash' effects was introduced

(A) E.W. Zimmermann

(B) Gunnar Myrdal

(C) Frank

(D) W.W. Rostow

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Q.40. Match List 1 with List-II and select the correct answer from the code given below

List 1

(Country)

List-II

(Leading Producer)

A. Zambia1. Diamond
B. South Africa2. Mica
C. Iran3. Copper
D. India4. Petroleum

 

 ABCD
A.2341
B.3142
C.3124
D.4312

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Q.41. Which one of the following is a footloose industry?

(A) Sugar

(B) Cotton Textile

(C) Cement

(D) Iron and Steel Industry

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Q.42. The intensive cultivation of vegetables, fruits and flowers in the periphery of cities in USA is called

(A) Factory Farming

(B) Market Gardening

(C) Truck Farming

(D) Agri-Farming

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Q.43. In Weber Theory the term Isodapane refers to

(A) Line of equal height

(B) Line of equal rainfall

(C) Line of inequality

(D) Line of equal transport cost

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Q.44. Who among the following developed the sequential expansion of transport network model?

(A) Alfred Weber

(B) E.W. Zimmermann

(C) Taffe, Morrill and Gould

(D) Myrdal and Rostow

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Q.45. The stretch ability of resources refers to

(A) Non exhaustibility

(B) Susceptibility to destruction

(C) The ability to find adequate destruction

(D) Ability to produce greater yield

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Q.46. Factory farming is the characteristics of

(A) North-Western North America

(B) North-Western Europe

(C) Eastern Europe

(D) South-East Asia

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Q.47. The most important features of Mediterranean agriculture is

(A) Rainfed Agriculture

(B) Mixed Cropping

(C) Viticulture

(D) Dry Field Farming

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Q.48. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer from the given below

List-1List-II
A. Bread Basket of the World1. Savana
B. Big Game Country2. Steppe
C. Mixed Farming3. Prairie
D. Maximum Biodiversity4. Tropical Rain Forest

 

Codes:

 ABCD
A.3214
B.4213
C.3124
D.4132

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Q.49. For his model of Industrial Location Weber makes use of

(A) Isogons

(B) Isotim

(C) Isophenes

(D) Isotachs

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Q.50. Location of Sugar Industry in India is shifting from North to South because of

(A) Availability Cheap Labour

(B) Expanding Regional Market in South India

(C) Cheap and Abundant Supply of Power

(D) High Yield and High Sucrose content in Sugarcane

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Syllabus:

Unit–VI:   Geography of Economic Activities and Regional Development            

Economic Geography

Factors affecting spatial organisation of economic activities (primary, secondary, tertiary and quarternary), Natural Resources (classification, distribution and associated problems), Natural Resources Management. World Energy Crises in Developed and Developing Countries.

Agricultural Geography 

Land capability classification and Land Use Planning, Cropping Pattern: Methods of delineating crop combination regions (Weaver, Doi and Rafiullah), Crop diversification, Von Thunen’s Model of Land Use Planning. Measurement and Determinants of Agricultural Productivity, Regional variations in Agricultural Productivity, Agricultural Systems of the World.

Industrial Geography 

Classification of Industries, Factors of Industrial Location; Theories of Industrial Location (A. Weber, E. M. Hoover, August Losch, A. Pred and D. M. Smith). World Industrial Regions, Impact of Globalisation on manufacturing sector in Less Developed Countries, Tourism Industry, World distribution and growth of Information And Communication Technology (ICT) and Knowledge Production (Education and R & D) Industries. 

Geography of Transport and Trade

Theories and Models of spatial interaction (Edward Ullman and M. E. Hurst) Measures and Indices of connectivity and accessibility; Spatial Flow Models: Gravity Model and its variants, World Trade Organisation, Globalisation and Liberalisation and World Trade Patterns. Problems and Prospects of Inter and Intra Regional Cooperation and Trade.

 

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