MOCK TEST ON POPULATION GEOGRAPHY DEC 2020 JUNE 2021 PYQS NTA UGC NET

MOCK TEST ON POPULATION GEOGRAPHY DEC 2020 JUNE 2021 PYQS NTA UGC NET

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2021 POPULATION / HUMAN GEOGRAPHY PYQS UGC NET

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Q.1. The present day spatial distribution of Buddhism is highly concentrated among following group of regions? (NTA UGC NET DEC 2020 JUNE 2021)

(1) China, Tibet, Korea, Siberia

(2) South East Asia, Tibet, Mongolia, Japan

(3) Northern India, China, South East Asia

(4) Tibet, India, Middle East, Japan

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Q.2. Which one of the following indicates a population pyramid with wide base narrowing as the age Cohorts progress? (NTA UGC NET DEC 2020 JUNE 2021)

(1) High fertility rates and low mortality rates

(2) Low fertility and low mortality rates

(3) High fertility and high mortality rates

(4) High fertility and high age specific fertility rates

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Q.3. Which one of the following statements was not considered by Malthus while stating Malthusian theory of population growth? (NTA UGC NET DEC 2020 JUNE 2021)

(1) Food supply will increase in arithmetic proportion while population will increase in geometric proportion

(2) With increasing population food scarcity will increase, resulting in high death rate of population

(3) Development of technology leading to increasing food production

(4) People will suffer from malnutrition resulting in high death rate

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Q.4. Population migration (NTA UGC NET DEC 2020 JUNE 2021)

(A) pull factor in population migration refers to availability of livelihood opportunities at destination places

(B) step migration refers to stepwise availability of livelihood opportunities at destination places

(C) push factor in population migration refers to less limited availability of livelihood opportunities at originating place

(D) migration field refers to return migration to originating place

Choose the most appropriate answer from the options given below

(1) (B) and (D) only

(2) (A) and (B) only

(3) (B) and (C) only

(4) (A) and (C) only

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Q.5. Which of the following statements are correct related to population studies? (NTA UGC NET DEC 2020 JUNE 2021)

(A) The Neo-Malthusian theories, contended that in human population fertility behaviour is conditioned by technological development

(B) Thomas Malthus was an English Economist and demographer

(C) Population cohort refers to, a group of population unified by a specific common characteristic

(D) Crude birth rate refers to birth rates minus death rates

(E) Population pyramids are constructed to identify natural growth rate of population

Choose the correct answer from the options given below:

(1) (A), (B), (D) only

(2) (A), (C), (E) only

(3) (A), (B), (C) only

(4) (B), (D), (E) only

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Q.6. Which one of the following depicts correct demographic equation of population growth? (NTA UGC NET DEC 2020 JUNE 2021)

(1) Natural increase and dependency ratios

(2) Natural increase and net migration

(3) In migration and birth rate

(4) Out-migration and death rate

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Q.7. In four stages of demographic transition theory, the stage in which birth rate continues to be high but death rate declines rapidly, is: (NTA UGC NET DEC 2020 JUNE 2021)

(1) Stage 4

(2) Stage 1

(3) Stage 2

(4) Stage 3

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Q.8. Which one of the following cluster regions in the world are great clusters of population? (NTA UGC NET DEC 2020 JUNE 2021)

(1) East Asia, North America, South Asia, Africa

(2) East Asia, South Asia, Europe, Central Africa

(3) East Asia, South Asia, Europe, North Africa

(4) East Asia, South Asia, Europe, North America

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Q.9. The term which describes that population will continue to grow even after fertility rates decline is known a (NTA UGC NET DEC 2020 JUNE 2021)

(1) Demographic momentum

(2) Demographic transition

(3) Rate of Natural increase

(4) Rate of fertility decline

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Q.10. Which one of the following are considered while preparing future population projections? (NTA UGC NET DEC 2020 JUNE 2021)

(1) Crude death rates and their temporal changes

(2) Rate of population increase and future assumptions of death and bath rates past data

(3) General fertility rates and their temporal changes

(4) Age and sex composition rates and their temporal changes

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Q.11. Which one of the following periods did archaeologists find the evidence of permanent human settlements? (NTA UGC NET DEC 2020 JUNE 2021)

(1) The Palaeolithic Period

(2) The Bronze Age Period

(3) The Neolithic Period

(4) The Classical Era Period

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Q.12. Given below are two statements (NTA UGC NET DEC 2020 JUNE 2021)

Statement I: All human actions associated with production marketing and consumption of goods and services are defined as economic activities

Statement II:  All human actions linked not only with production marketing and consumption of goods and services but the time spent on leizure and pleasure activities are also defined as economic activities

In the light of the above statements, choose the most appropriate answer from the options given below:

(1) Both Statement I and Statement II are correct

(2) Both Statement I and Statement II are incorrect

(3) Statement I is correct but Statement II is incorrect

(4) Statement is incorrect but Statement II is correct

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Read the following passage carefully and answer the question given below (13-17)

Population Geography, a sub field of Geography, studies spatial variations in distribution. composition, migration and growth of population to the terrain, in a way it involves demography in geographic perspective.

If focuses on questions such as where populations are found and how the size and composition of these populations in regulated by demographic processes of fertility. mortality and migration contributions to population geography are cross-disciplinary Disciplines other than geography contributing to population geography include demography, sociology and economics.

Since its inception, population geography has taken at least three distinct forms. The earliest emerging in the 1960s, focused on the systematic study of population distribution as a whole and spatial variations in dynamic characteristics of population. Trewartha. Zelinsky, WAV Clark and other from USA and J.B Garnier and Pierre George in France Pioneered this phase.

Population geography has widered its scope to cover different variety of themes with time. It studies various population characteristics including gender, religion age, disability racrete by grouping population characteristics into political and administrative units. All such variables go far beyond the vital statistics of births, deaths and marriage /migrations.

Geographers have studied relations between demographic growth, displacement and access to resources at the International scale. Examples are density maps prepared using choropleth, isoline and dots.

Q.13. Which one of the following vital statistics is related with demographic characteristics of population studied in Population Geography? (NTA UGC NET DEC 2020 JUNE 2021)

(1) Age and on

(2) Religious composition and race

(3) Birth, deaths, marriage/migration

(4) Literacy and workforce

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Q.14. Which one of the following population characteristics does not belong to vital statistics? (NTA UGC NET DEC 2020 JUNE 2021)

(1) Births

(2) Deaths

(3) Age and sex

(4) Marriage /migration

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Q.15. Who among the following is not a U.S. Geographer pioneering population geography as a part of spatial science? (NTA UGC NET DEC 2020 JUNE 2021)

(1) GT Trewartha

(2) Pierre George

(3) Wilbur Zelinsky

 (4) W.A.V. Clark

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Q.16. Which one of the following group of disciplines, other than geography, has contributed significantly to studies in population geography? (NTA UGC NET DEC 2020 JUNE 2021)

(1) Psychology, Anthropology and History

(2) Anthropology, Statistics and Sociology

(3) Sociology, Demography and Economics

(4) Economies, Sociology and History

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Q.17. In which of the following decades. Population Geography greatly focused on the systematic study of distributions and spatial differentiations in various attributes of population characteristics (NTA UGC NET DEC 2020 JUNE 2021)

(1) 1950s

(2) 1960s

(3) 1980s

(4) 1990s

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Syllabus:

UNIT –V

Population and Settlement Geography

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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