SETTLEMENT GEOGRAPHY 50 MCQS MOCK TEST 1 FOR NTA UGC NET

SETTLEMENT GEOGRAPHY 50 MCQS MOCK TEST 1 FOR NTA UGC NET

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SETTLEMENT GEOGRAPHY 50 MCQS PART 1

SETTLEMENT GEOGRAPHY 50 MCQS PART 1

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Q.1. The site of human settlement refers to

(A) Location of human settlement in any area

(B) Relationship between environment and human settlement

(C) Situation of human settlement near urban area

(D) The physical and cultural characteristics and the attributes of a place

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Q.2. What is the big segment for defining urban and rural areas?

(A) Size of Population

(B) Settlement Pattern

(C) Activity

(D) Income

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Q.3. Machu Picchu of Inca civilization is located in

(A) Argentina

(B) Brazil

(C) Columbia

(D) Peru

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Q.4. Rural house is an index of the

(A) Modern Architectural Design

(B) Fashion and Style

(C) Environment

(D) Locally Available Materials

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Q.5. As per census of India how many categories of towns are identified

(A) 3

(B) 4

(C) 5

(D) 6

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Q.6. Which one of the concepts describes the absence of cities and towns within a radius of 75 km from a large city?

(A) Urban Clusters

(B) Urban Dispersals

(C) Urban Agglomeration

(D) Urban Shadows

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Q.7. Which one of the following settlements indicates the Characteristics of the Polycentric City?

(A) Circumferential Urban Beltway

(B) Replacing Sub - Urban to Urban

(C) All Roads Lead to Downtown

(D) Occurrence of many Downtowns

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Q.8. The concept of conurbation was given by

(A) Jean Gottman

(B) Homer Hoyt

(C) Patrick Geddes

(D) C.D. Harris

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Q.9. The concept of Megalopolis was given by

(A) C. D. Harris

(B) Pattrick Geddes

(C) Homer Hoyt

(D) Jean Gottman

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Q.10. The concept of ‘Urban Revolution’ was given by

(A) Henry Pirenne

(B) Luwis Mumford

(C) Gordon Childe

(D) Zipf

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Q.11. The Core-Periphery Model was given by

(A) W. Christaller

(B) Carl O. Sauer

(C) J. Friedmann

(D) R.E. Pahl

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Q.12. The concept of Rural-Urban Fringe was propounded by

(A) Pahl

(B) R.J. Pryor

(C) Homar Hoyt

(D) Jean Gottman

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Q.13. The concept of Rural - Urban Continuum was given by

(A) Jean Gottman

(B) Homar Hoyt

(C) Carl O. Sauer

(D) R.E. Pahl

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Q.14. The Central Place Theory was postulated by

(A) C.D. Harris

(B) J. Gottman

(C) W. Christaller

(D) P. Geddes

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Q.15. In rural areas the small towns develop mainly for providing

(A) Market Facilities

(B) Educational Facilities

(C) Health Facilities

(D) Administrative Facilities

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Q.16. The concept of the ‘neighborhood unit' in urban planning was given by

(A) Le Corbusier

(B) Homar Hoyt

(C) Jean Gottman

(D) Clarence Perry

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Q.17. One of the important determinants urban land value is

(A) Climate

(B) Topography

(C) Accessibility

(D) Historical Factors

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Q.18. City - Size distribution is best depicted by

(A) Urban Hierarchy

(B) Central Place Theory

(C) Rank - Size Rule

(D) Urban Agglomeration

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Q.19. The concept of Radiant City was propounded by

(A) Le Corbusier

(B) Homer Hoyt

(C) C.D. Harris

(D) Jean Gottman

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Q.20. A process of population deconcentration away from large urban settlement to non-metropolitan areas is termed as

(A) Urban Dispersal

(B) Urban Sprawl

(C) Counter - Urbanization

(D) Sub-Urbanization

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Q.20. A process of population deconcentration away from large urban settlement to non-metropolitan areas is termed as

(A) Urban Dispersal

(B) Urban Sprawl

(C) Counter - Urbanization

(D) Sub-Urbanization

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Q.22. The concept of Growth Pole was given by

(A) J. Friedman

(B) Francis Perroux

(C) C.D. Harris

(D) G.K. Zipf

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Q.23. The concept of Rank -Size Rule was propounded by

(A) J. Friedman

(B) G.K. Zipf

(C) Mark Jefferson

(D) C.D. Harris

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Q.24. The growth pole concept was subsequently expanded by

(A) C.D. Harris

(B) G.K. Zipf

(C) J. Friedman

(D) Bouldeville

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

List-IList-II
A. K 4 Network1. Marketing Principle
B. K 3 Network2. Hexagonal Shape
C.K 7 Network3. Administrative Principle
D. Complementary Area of Central Place4. Transport Principle

 

Codes:

 ABCD
A.1234
B.4132
C.4321
D.2341

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Syllabus:

UNIT –V

Settlement Geography

Rural Settlements (types, patterns and distribution), Contemporary Problems of Rural Settlements ( rural-urban migration; land use changes; land acquisition and transactions), Theories of Origin of Towns (Gordon Childe, Henri Pirenne, Lewis Mumford), Characteristics and Processes of Urbanization in Developed and Developing Countries (factors of urban growth, trends of urbanisation, size, structure and functions of urban areas). Urban Systems ( the law of the primate city and rank size rule) Central Place Theories (Christaller and Losch),  Internal Structure of the City, Models of Urban Land Use (Burgess, Harris and Ullman , and Hoyt), Concepts of Megacities, Global Cities and Edge Cities, Changing Urban Forms (peri-urban areas, rural-urban fringe, suburban , ring and satellite towns), Social Segregation in the City, Urban Social Area Analysis, Manifestation of Poverty in the City (slums, informal sector growth, crime and social exclusion).

 

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