MCQs Based on Geography NCERT Class 6

MCQs Based on Geography NCERT Class 6

Multiple Choice Questions on Geography

NCERT Books are the backbone of UPSC preparation. Here, we present a set of MCQs based on Key NCERT Books to enable you to revise and test your knowledge of NCERT Books.

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Q1. On new moon night, moon is

a) fully visible

b) Partly visible

c) fully invisible

d) devoid of any patches

Q2. Celestial Bodies which have their own heat & light are called:

a) Stars

b) Planets

c) Galaxies

d) Moon

Q3. Pole star indicates which direction

a) North

b) South

c) East

d) West

Q4. Celestial bodies which are lit by light of others are called:

a) Stars

b) Planets

c) Meteors

d) Comets

Q5. Which planet is known as earth’s twin

a) Venus

b) Mars

c) Mercury

d) Uranus

Q6. Pluto which was earlier a planet was later on put into category of

a) dwarf planet

b) small planet

c) Asteroid

d) Tiny outer planet

Q7. The shape of earth is:

a) Geoid

b) Perfect Sphere

c) oval

d) None

Q8. Consider the following Statements regarding asteroids and meteroids:

  1. Asteroids are tiny bodies which move between the orbits of mars and earth.
  2. The small pieces of rocks which move around the sun are called meteoroids.

Identify the correct statements:

a) 1 only

b) 2 only

c) All are correct

d) None

Q9. Consider the following Statements regarding Heat Zones of the earth:

  1. The area between the tropic of cancer and tropic of capricorn which receive the maximum heat are called frigid zones.
  2. Areas lying between the Arctic Circle and the North Pole in the Northern Hemisphere and the Antarctic Circle and the South Pole in the Southern Hemisphere, are very cold and are called torrid zones.

Identify the correct statements:

a) 1 only

b) 2 only

c) All are correct

d) None

Q10. Consider the following Statements regarding Prime Meridian:

  1. It passes through Greenwich, where the British Royal Observatory is located.
  2. It is 180 degree longitude.

Identify the correct statements:

a) 1 only

b) 2 only

c) All are correct

d) None

Q11. Consider the following Statements regarding Indian Standard Time (IST).:

  1. In India, the longitude of 82° 30’E is treated as the standard meridian.
  2. IST is is 5 hours and 30 minutes ahead of GMT.

Identify the correct statements:

a) 1 only

b) 2 only

c) All are correct

d) None

Q12.The axis of the earth which is an imaginary line, makes an angle of _______ with its orbital plane.

a) 66.5 degrees

b) 33.5 degrees

c) 22.5 degrees

d) 90 degrees

Q13. Earth is going around the sun in a/an ________orbit.

a) Elleptical

b) Circular

c) irregular

d) rectangular

Q14. Which of the following are India’s research station in Antarctic?

a) Maitri

b) Dakshin Gangotri

c) Both

d) None

Q15. Consider the following Statements regarding Pacific Ocean:

  1. The Pacific Ocean is almost circular in shape.
  2. Mariana Trench, the deepest part of the earth, lies in the Pacific Ocean.

Identify the correct statements:

a) 1 only

b) 2 only

c) All are correct

d) None

Q16. The mountain range that separates Europe from Asia is

a) Andes

b) Himalayas

c) Urals

d) Appalachians

Q17. Consider the following Statements regarding Block mountains:

  1. Block Mountains are created when large areas are broken and displaced vertically.
  2. The Rhine valley and the Vosges mountain in Europe are examples of such mountain systems.

Identify the correct statements:

a) 1 only

b) 2 only

c) All are correct

d) None

Q18. Hundru falls are located on river

a) Subarnrekha

b) Kaveri

c) Krishna

d) Damodar

Q19. Consider the following Statements regarding MANGROVE FORESTS:

  1. These forests can survive in saline water.
  2. They are found mainly in Sunderbans in West Bengal and in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

Identify the correct statements:

a) 1 only

b) 2 only

c) All are correct

d) None

Q20. Wild goats and snow leopards are found in:

a) Himalayan region

b) Peninsular region

c) Gir forests

d) Thar Desert

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