POPULATION GEOGRAPHY 50 MCQS MOCK TEST 1 FOR NTA UGC NET

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POPULATION GEOGRAAPHY 50 MCQS PART 1

POPULATION GEOGRAAPHY 50 MCQS PART 1

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Q.1. Who is called Father of Human Geography?

(A) Zelinsky

(B) P. Geddes

(C) F. Ratzel

 (D) Thomas Robert Malthus

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Q.2. The highest density of world population is found in

(A) Western Europe

(B) South-East Asia

(C) South West Asia

(D) South America

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Q.3. The most important physical factor that determines the distribution of population is

(A) Mineral

(B) Soil

(C) Climate

(D) Natural Vegetation

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Q.4. Who wrote the book 'An Essay on the Principle of Population’?

(A) E. Ravenstein

(B) Zelinsky

(C) R.C. Chandna

(D) Thomas Robert Malthus

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Q.5. The procedure of systematically acquiring and recording information of people officially is called

(A) Population

(B) Demography

(C) Census

(D) Survey

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Q.6. In India first complete census was conducted in the year

(A) 1861

(B) 1871

(C) 1881

(D) 1891

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Q.7. The Registrar General and Census Commissioner of India and work under

(A) Ministry of Human Resource Development

(B) Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment

(C) Ministry for Women and Child Development

(D) Ministry of Home Affairs

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Q.8. ‘Push and Pull Theory’ is related with

(A) Migration

(B) Economic Development

(C) Social Changes

(D) Demographic Transition

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Q.9. What is demographic transition?

(A) Cultural change related theory

(B) Change in birth rate

(C) Difference between the natural growth of population and the migration rate

(D) Change in birth rate and death rate with time

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Q.10. Who among the following is the propounder of Demographic Transition Theory?

(A) J.I. Clark

(B) W.S. Thompson and FW. Notestein

(C) Zelinsky

(D) W.T. Watson and Charles Edward

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Q.11. The Population Resource Region Theory (1970) was given by

(A) David Ricardo

(B) Dumont, Arsene

(C) Zelinsky

(D) Edward A. Ackerman

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Q.12. According to Ackermans division of world into population - resource regions India falls under the category of

(A) United State Type

(B) Egyptian Type

(C) European Type

(D) Brazilian Type

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Q.13. Who of the following formulated the logistic curve theory of population?

(A) W. Zelinsky

(B) Pearl and Reed

(C) Saddler

(D) Dumont, Arsene

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Q.14. How many stage population growth are involved in demographic transition

(A) 3 stages

(B) 4 stages

(C) 5 stages

(D) 6 stages

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Q.15. Which one of the following statements represents population pyramid with wide base

(A) Declining Fertility Rates

(B) High Fertility Rates

(C) Declining Death Rates

(D) High Death Rates

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Q.16. Which of the following stages of demographic transition indicate the stage of under development

(A) Low Stationary Stage

(B) High Stationary Stage

(C) Early Expanding Stage

(D) Late Expanding Stage

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Q.17. The total world population was 500 million in the year

(A) 1550

(B) 1650

(C) 1750

(D) 1850

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Q.18. The phase of rapid growth of Indian population was lying between periods of

(A) 1901 - 1921

(B) 1921 - 1951

(C) 1951 – 1981

(D) 1981 - 2001

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Q.19. India's decadal population growth rate has been continuously declining

(A) 1971 - 1981

(B) 1981 - 1991

(C) 1981 - 2001

(D) 2001 - 2011

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Q.20. The second doubling period of world human population was between which of the following time slots

(A) 1650 - 1850

(B) 1750 - 1950

(C) 1850 - 1930

(D) 1850 - 1950

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Q.21. Which of the following conditions are characterized by the second stage of Demographic Transition

(A) Low birth rate, high death rate

(B) High birth rate, high death rate

(C) High birth rate, declining death rate

(D) Low birth rate, low death rate

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Q.22. Which one of the following techniques would you consider for estimation of requirements of population in an area for planning allocations?

(A) Rank - size rule

(B) Carrying capacity analysis

(C) Population projection

(D) Density of population

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Q.23. Who wrote the book a prologue to population on Geography?

(A) W.S. Thompson

(B) Wilbur Zelinsky

(C) Dumont, Arsene

(D) A. Ackerman

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Q.24. As per census of India 2011, in India, the highest percentage of rural population to its total population is found in the state of

(A) Bihar

(B) Odisha

(C) Himachal Pradesh

(D) Tripura

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Q.25. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer from the codes given below

List-I (General Terms) List-II (Definitions)
A. Crude Birth Rate1. Birth over death per thousand of Population
B. General Fertility Rate2. Number of deaths per thousand of Population
C. Natural increase of population3. Ratio between number of birth and Number of females in productive age
D. Death Rate4. Ratio between the numbers of births and total population

Codes:

 ABCD
A.2134
B.4312
C.1234
D.3412

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Syllabus:

UNIT –V

Population Geography

Sources of population data (census, sample surveys and vital statistics, data reliability and errors). World Population Distribution (measures, patterns and determinants), World Population Growth (prehistoric to modern period). Demographic Transition, Theories of Population Growth (Malthus, Sadler, and Ricardo). Fertility and Mortality Analysis (indices, determinants and world patterns). Migration (types, causes and consequences and models), Population Composition and Characteristics (age, sex, rural-urban, occupational structure and educational levels), Population Policies in Developed and Developing Countries.

 

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