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Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 1

Which of these describes a system of agriculture where a single crop is grown on a large scale?

1. Shifting agriculture

2. Plantation agriculture

3. Horticulture

4. Intensive agriculture

Select correct answer

Detailed Solution for Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 1
  • Plantation agriculture is a form of commercial farming where crops are grown for profit. Large land areas are needed for this type of agriculture.

  • Countries that have plantation agriculture usually experience tropical climates with high annual temperatures and receive high annual rainfall.

  • Plantation agriculture has its roots in the past. In the early 18th and 19th centuries, a number of plantations were set up by westerners and western companies.

Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 2

Jhumming refers to:

1. Primitive subsistence farming in Brazil.

2. 'Slash and burn' agriculture in North eastern states of India

3. Primitive farming in Malaysia.

4. Commercial farming in Punjab.

Select correct answer

Detailed Solution for Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 2
  • Slash and burn farming is a form of shifting agriculture where the natural vegetation is cut down and burned as a method of clearing the land for cultivation, and then, when the plot becomes infertile, the farmer moves to a new fresh plant and does the same again. This process is repeated over and over.

  • Shifting Cultivation is known as Ladang in Indonesia, Caingin in Philippines, Milpa in central America & Mexico, Ray in Vietnam, Taungya In Myanmar , Tamrai in Thailand, Chena in Sri Lanka, Conuco in Venezuela, Roca in Brazil, Masole in central Africa.

Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 3

Which one of the following is announced by the government in support of a crop?

1. Maximum support price

2. Minimum support price

3. Moderate support price

4. Influential support price

Select correct answer

Detailed Solution for Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 3
  • Minimum Support Price (MSP) is a form of market intervention by the Government of India to insure agricultural producers against any sharp fall in farm prices.

  • The minimum support prices are announced by the Government of India at the beginning of the sowing season for certain crops on the basis of the recommendations of the Commission for Agricultural Costs and Prices (CACP).

  • MSP is price fixed by the Government of India to protect the producer -farmers - against excessive fall in price during bumper production years.

Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 4

Bhoodan-Gramdan movement was initiated by:

Detailed Solution for Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 4
  • The Bhoodan-Gramdan movement brought Vinoba Bhave to the international scene.

  • In 1951,the Third Annual Sarvodaya Conference was held at Shivarampally, a village a few miles south of the city of Hyderabad in South India.

Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 5

Which of the following is the commercial crop in India?

1. Mustard

2. Tobacco

3. Jute

4. All of the above

Select correct answer

Detailed Solution for Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 5

This type of farming is what contributes to the country’s economy with huge volumes of yield. In fact, the crops grown commercially in India are used as an export item across the world. In this farming method, the Indian farmer uses a high amount of fertilizers, pesticides, and insecticides to enhance and maintain the growth of the crops. Depending on the crop best suited to the respective weather and soil, commercial farming in India varies across different regions. For example, Haryana, Punjab and West Bengal grow rice commercially, while it is a subsistence crop in Orissa. Major crops grown commercially in India are wheat, pulses, millets, maize and other grains, vegetables, and fruits. Another method of commercial farming is ‘plantation’.

Plantation farming is a blend of agriculture and industry, practiced across a vast area of land. It is a labor-intensive farming method that also uses the latest technological support for sustaining, cultivating and yielding. The produce yielded from plantations is treated as raw materials to be subsequently used in their respective industries. Crops grown: Some of the significantly grown crops in plantation farming are tea, coffee, rubber, sugarcane, banana, coconuts, etc.

Mustard, Jute are the commercial crop in India.

What is a Commercial crop?

  • The crop which is grown on a cultivated farm for sale and earning profit
  • This crop has been purchased by the parties to cultivate in their farms
  • In developed countries, the demand for crash crops are more so prices are set according to the commodity market
  • These crops are used by traditional farmers and they also make some variation in their price

 

 

Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 6

Which of the following is not matched correctly?

Detailed Solution for Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 6

Types of crops in India

  • 1. KHARIF SEASON IN INDIA (kharif means autumn in Arabic) July – October Harvest – September to October A.k.a Monsoon Crops Such crops require a lot of water Example: rice, sorghum, maize, Tea, rubber, coffee, guar, Sesame, cereals such as Arhar Dal, pearl millet, soybeans, cotton, oilseeds, etc.

  • 2. RABI CROPS IN INDIA Sowing between October and November Harvest – February to April A.k.a Winter Season Crops Need cold weather for growth Need less water Example: wheat, oats, barley, pulses, cereals, oilseeds, linseed, etc.

  • 3. ZAID SEASON Sowing between March and June (between Kharif and Rabi) Requires warm & dry weather for growth and a longer day-length for flowering Example: Seasonal fruits and vegetables.

Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 7

Which agency is responsible for procurement, distribution and storage of food grain production in India?

A. Ministry of Agriculture

B. Food Corporation of India

C. NAFED

D. TRIFED

Select correct answer

Detailed Solution for Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 7
  • "Food Corporation of India” is sensible for “distribution and storage of the food grain in India”. It was structured under the Food Corporation Act of 1964 with the following objectives:

  • 1. Guarantee minimal prices for agricultural products.

  • 2. Adhere to the minimal food stock levels to protect food safety (Buffer stock)

  • 3. Effectively and judicial distribution of food across the country, especially in the lower section of people.

  • 4. Increase price stability and protect the interest of the farmers.

Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 8

Which of the above statement (s) is/are correct about climatic conditions for Growing Wheat?

I. Wheat is sown in mid-October-mid-November and harvested in March.

II. Wheat grows well in cool, moist climates and ripens in a warm, dry climate.

Detailed Solution for Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 8
  • Wheat is a Rabi crop. It is sown in mid-October-mid-November and harvested in March. It grows well in cool, moist climate and ripens in a warm, dry climate.

  • The cool winters and the hot summers are conducive to a good crop. A cloudless sky having bright sunshine during ripening and harvesting periods will make better quality wheat. Winter rainfall is ideal.

Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 9

Under which plan did the Government introduce an agricultural strategy which gave rise to the Green Revolution?

A. First five year plan

B. Second five year plan

C. Third five year plan

D. Fourth five year plan

Detailed Solution for Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 9
  • The Third 5 year Plan focused on agriculture & enhancement in the production of wheat, but the succinct Sino - Indian War in the year 1962 exposed flaws in the economy & shifted the spotlight towards the Defence industry.

  • On May 31 & June 1, 1961, the National Development Council considered the Draft Report on the Third Plan and generally approved it The Third 5 Year Plan symbolizes the 1st phase in a system of enduring expansion extending over the next 15 years or so. In the course of this period, India's economy must not only enlarge swiftly but must, in unison, become independent and self -generating.

Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 10

What is the correct descending order of food grain producing states?

Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 11

The diverse flora and fauna of the planet are under great threat mainly due to:

1. Global Warming

2. Lack of water availability

3. Insensitivity to our environment

4. Increasing pollution

Select correct answer:

Detailed Solution for Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 11
  • India is a land of varied flora and fauna. It is one of the 12 mega biodiversity hotspots of the world. Two of India's great mountain ranges, the Eastern Himalayas and the Western Ghats, have been designated among the world's 18 biodiversity hotspots.

  • But, in the last few decades, we have seen a steady increase in the extinction rate of flora and fauna all over the world including India.

  • The conservation of biodiversity is of paramount importance to our survival. We have about 20 species of plants and 410 species of animals, birds and fishes on the verge of extinction.

  • Many factors are responsible for the depletion of flora and fauna — population explosion, hunting, forest fires, expansion of agriculture, extensive use of fossil fuels, destruction of natural habitats, climatic changes, pollution, natural disasters, deforestation and many more.

  • Among the flora Sariba, Peritha, Ilex Khasiana and Malabar Mahogany and among the fauna the Asiatic Lion, Asiatic Black Bear, Bengal Tiger, Great Indian Rhinoceros, Flamingo, Lion-tailed Macaque, Asian Elephant, Ganges River Dolphins (also called ‘Susu') are some of the endangered species.

Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 12

Consider the following pairs

1. Dampa Tiger Reserve : Mizoram

2. Gumti Wildlife Sanctuary : Sikkim

3. Saramati Peak : Nagaland

Which of the above pairs is /are correctly matched?

Detailed Solution for Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 12

Gumti Wildlife Sanctuary is a Wildlife Sanctuary in Tripura, India.

Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 13

Consider the following:

1. Black-necked crane

2. Cheetah

3. Flying squirrel

4. Snow leopard

Which of the above are naturally found in India?

Detailed Solution for Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 13 Cheetah: Cheetah, (Acinonyx jubatus), one of the world’s most-recognizable cats, known especially for its speed. Cheetahs’ sprints have been measured at a maximum of 114 km (71 miles) per hour, and they routinely reach velocities of 80–100 km per hour while pursuing prey. Nearly all the cheetahs remaining in the wild live in Africa.

Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 14

Which one of the following groups of animals belongs to the category of endangered species?

Detailed Solution for Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 14

International Union for Conservation of Nature - 

  • Established in 1964, the International Union for Conservation of Nature’s Red List of Threatened Species has evolved to become the world’s most comprehensive information source on the global extinction risk status of animal, fungus, and plant species.
  • The IUCN Red List is a critical indicator of the health of the world’s biodiversity.
    • Far more than a list of species and their status, it is a powerful tool to inform and catalyze action for biodiversity conservation and policy change, critical to protecting the natural resources we need to survive.
    • It provides information about a range, population size, habitat and ecology, use and/or trade, threats, and conservation actions that will help inform necessary conservation decisions.
  • Option 1 contains all species of Endangered group that is either Critically Endangered or Endangered category of IUCN red list,
Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 15

Which of the following statements is correct about the Biosphere Reserve?

A. Multipurpose protected areas to preserve genetic diversity in representative ecosystems.

B. A reserves area meant for preserving its natural vegetation, wildlife and natural beauty.

C. A reserved area meant for preservation and development of endangered species.

D. All of the above

Detailed Solution for Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 15
  • Biosphere Reserve is a notified area which covers a larger area of land which may cover multiple National Parks, Sanctuaries and reserves as well. It is an area meant for conservation of biodiversity of a specific area.

  • Biosphere reserves are sites established by countries and recognized under UNESCO's Man and the Biosphere (MAB) Programme to promote sustainable development based on local community efforts and sound science. The programme of Biosphere Reserve was initiated by UNESCO in 1971.

  • The purpose of the formation of the biosphere reserve is to conserve in situ all forms of life, along with its support system, in its totality, so that it could serve as a referral system for monitoring and evaluating changes in natural ecosystems. The first biosphere reserve of the world was established in 1979, since then the network of biosphere reserves has increased to 631 in 119 countries across the world.

Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 16

Which of the following statements is correct about the Sanctuary?

A. Multipurpose protected areas to preserve genetic diversity in representative ecosystems.

B. A reserved area meant for preserving its natural vegetation, wildlife and natural beauty.

C. A reserved area meant for preservation and development of endangered species.

Detailed Solution for Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 16
  • Sanctuary is a natural area which is reserved by a governmental or private agency for the protection of particular species.

  • A sanctuary is a protected area which is reserved for the conservation of only animal and human activities like harvesting of timber, collecting minor forest products and private ownership rights are allowed as long as they do not interfere with the well-being of animals.

Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 17

When was the Indian Board for Wildlife constituted?

Detailed Solution for Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 17
  • The Indian Board for Wildlife was constituted in 1952.

  • The main purpose of the board was to advise the Government on the means of conservation and protection of wildlife, construction of national parks, sanctuaries and zoological gardens as well as promoting public awareness regarding conservation of wildlife.

Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 18

Project Tiger was started in:-

Detailed Solution for Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 18 Project Tiger was first initiated in the year April 1, 1973, and is still going on. This project was started to save tigers. The much-needed project was launched in Jim Corbett National Park, Uttrakhand under the leadership of Indira Gandhi.

Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 19

What is the name given to the species which are not found after searches of known or likely areas where they may occur:-

Detailed Solution for Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 19
  • Extinction of a particular animal or plant species occurs when there are no more individuals of that species alive anywhere in the world - the species has died out. This is a natural part of evolution. But sometimes extinctions happen at a much faster rate than usual. For example, at the end of the Cretaceous period 65 million years ago, a mass extinction caused the death of many different types of animals and plants, including the dinosaurs.

  • Today human intervention is also causing rapid extinction. Hunting, habitat destruction and the over exploitation of wildlife means that many different types of plants and animals are being pushed to the edge of extinction. It is this type of extinction, caused by humans.

Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 20

The percentage of forest cover in India is:-

Detailed Solution for Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 20
  • The India State of Forest Report 2019 released recently shows an increase of 5,188 square kilometres of forest and tree cover across the country compared to the ISFR 2017.

  • However, the report highlights that northeast India continues to lose forests when compared to ISFR 2017 and previous reports.

  • Nearly 25 percent (one fourth) of India’s total land area is now under forest and tree cover. However, there is still a long way to go – more than a decade, admits the government – before India reaches its target of having 33 percent of its total area under forest and tree cover.

Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 21

Which of the following factors are not necessary to set up an iron and steel plant?

1. Proximity to iron-ore mines

2. Availability of coking coal

3. Good resources of limestone and manganese

4. Nearness to a water body to discharge wastes

Select correct answer:

Detailed Solution for Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 21
  • Factors influencing the locations of Iron and steel industries:

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    1. Raw material: Mostly large integrated steel plants are located close to the source of raw materials, as they use large quantities of heavy and weight losing raw materials. Eg: Concentration of Iron and steel industry in Chota Nagpur regionPresence of Iron ore in this region. TISCO at Jamshedpur.

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    2. Markets: As its heavy & bulky transportation cost is high. Therefore nearness to market is important especially for mini steel plants access to nearby markets is most important in order to minimize transportation cost. Also as mini steel plants rely on scrap metal they are mostly present in Maharashtra. Visakhapatnam steel plant located near the coast has excellent import-export facility

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    3. Labour: Availability of cheap labour is also important. Eg: Rourkela plant, Orisa; Bhilai steel plant in Chhattisgarh, mostly in Chota Nagpur region

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    4. Availability of electricity mostly hydro and water for cooling. Eg: Bokaro steel plant on banks of river Damodar, Vishveshwarya steel plant, Kar near river Bhadra.

 

 

 

Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 22

Which one of the following is an agro-based industry?

1. Sewing machine

2. Iron and steel

3. Jute

Select correct answer:

Detailed Solution for Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 22
  • The agro-based industry includes industries related to textiles, sugar, paper and vegetable oil. These industries use agricultural products as their raw materials. Textile industry is the largest industry in the organized sector.

  • It comprises (i) cotton textiles, (ii) woollen textiles, (iii) silk textiles (iv) synthetic fibres and (v) jute textile industries.

  • Textiles have been a major component of the industrial sector. It accounts for nearly a fifth of the industrial output and a third of the export earnings. Types of Agro-based Industry 1. Cotton textiles 2. woollen textiles 3. Silk textiles 4. Synthetic fibres 5. Jute textile industries

Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 23

Which are the two prime factors for the location of the aluminium industry?

(a) Market and labour

(b) Transport network and water supply

(c) Cheap and regular supply of electricity and bauxite

Select correct answer:

Detailed Solution for Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 23
  • The prime factors in location of aluminium smelting industries are as follows :

  • (i) Assured source of raw material, bauxite, at minimum cost as it is a bulky material at 4 to 6 tonnes of bauxite are required to manufacture 1 tonne of aluminium.

  • (ii) 18600 kwh of electricity is required per ton of ore for smelting of aluminium. Hence, regular supply of power is another important factor for location of the industry. Orissa produces about 45 per cent of India's bauxite.

  • Hence, aluminium smelting plants are located in Orissa. Also, the Hirakud dam provides cheap hydroelectricity for the development of the aluminium industry in the state. West Bengal, Kerala, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra, and Tamil Nadu, are other states where aluminium smelting plants are located. INDAL, HINDALCO, MALCO, NALCO and Aluminium Corporation of India are names of the major smelting plants.

Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 24

Which plateau is known as the mineral heartland of India?

Detailed Solution for Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 24 Chota Nagpur plateau is a storehouse of minerals like mica, bauxite, copper, limestone, iron ore and coal. The Damodar valley is rich in coal and it is considered as the prime centre of coking coal in the country.

Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 25

Consider the following statements regarding foot loose industries.

1. Footloose industries can be located in a wide variety of places.

2. These industries are generally non-polluting industries.

3. They largely depend on component parts which can be obtained anywhere.

Which of the above statements is/are correct?

Detailed Solution for Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 25
  • Footloose industries can be located in a wide variety of places. They are not dependent on any specific raw material, weight losing or otherwise.

  • They largely depend on component parts which can be obtained anywhere.They produce in small quantities and also employ a small labour force.

  • These are generally not polluting industries. The important factor in their location is accessibility by road network.

  • Diamonds, computer chips, and mobile manufacturing are some examples of footloose industries. Non-footloose industries generally require raw material availability within a time limit to make products. Sugar industry, jute industry and tea industry are examples of non-footloose industries.

Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 26

Sugarcane industry is gradually shifting from North Indian states to South Indian states. Which of the following are the reasons behind it?

1. The production of sugarcane per hectare is higher in Peninsular India.

2. The crushing season in south India is shorter than in north India.

3. The sucrose content is higher in the tropical variety of sugarcane grown in the southern states.

Select the correct answer code:

Detailed Solution for Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 26 Reasons for shifting of sugar industry from North India to Peninsular India 1. The production of sugarcane per hectare is higher in Peninsular India. In fact, sugarcane crops grow well in the tropical climate of south India.
  • 2. The sucrose content is higher in the tropical variety of sugarcane grown in the south.

  • 3. The crushing season in south India is longer than in north India.

  • 4. In south India most of the mills have modern machinery.

  • 5. Most of the mills in Peninsular India are in cooperative sectors, where profit maximization is not the sole objective.

  • Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 27

    When was the cotton textile industry established in Mumbai?

    Detailed Solution for Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 27
    • The first successful modem cotton textile mill was established by an entrepreneur C.N. Dewar. Bombay Spinning and Weaving Company.

    • Bombay Spinning and Weaving Company was the first cotton mill to be established in Bombay, India on 7 July 1854 at Tardeo by Cowasjee Nanabhoy Davar (1815-73) and his associates. The Company was designed by Sir William Fairbaim.

    Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 28

    Which of the following industries is known as the sun rising industry?

    Detailed Solution for Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 28
    • Sunrise industry is a colloquial term for a burgeoning sector or business in its infancy stage showing promise of a rapid boom.

    • Sunrise industries are typically characterized by high growth rates, numerous start-ups, and an abundance of venture capital funding.

    • These industries generate a lot of "buzz" as investors' interest in its long-term growth prospect and public awareness increases.

    Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 29

    Which activity is termed as activity of the tertiary sector?

    Detailed Solution for Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 29
    • Tertiary Industries enable consumers to obtain and use the finished goods. Workers in the tertiary part of the economy provide services rather than goods.

    • Sales, repair services, banking, and insurance are all part of the tertiary industry. People who work in the tertiary sector include workers in the tourism and hospitality industry, doctors, couriers, and business consultants.

    • Some tertiary industries have close ties with the primary and secondary industries. As an example fishermen rely on the weather forecasters to determine what the weather conditions will be like.

    • Tertiary Industries prosper where there are large groups of people, that is where they get the most business. Many people need tertiary industries for their everyday life. In PEI, since the 1950's tertiary industries have become extremely important and have been growing steadily.

    Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 30

    The processing of raw material into more valuable products falls under the category of:

    Detailed Solution for Test: Class 10 Geography NCERT Based - 2 - Question 30
    • Manufacturing and Industry sector known as the secondary sector, sometimes as the production sector, includes all branches of human activities that transform raw materials into products or goods.

    • The secondary sector includes secondary processing of raw materials, food manufacturing, textile manufacturing and industry. The secondary sector is often divided into heavy industry and light industry (see mechanical engineering). Each business, organization or professional group, chamber or guild may also have their own classification.

    • The secondary sector forms a substantial part of GDP, it creates values (goods) and it is the engine of economic growth and is crucial for all developed economies, although the trend, in most developed countries, is the predominant tertiary sector.

    • Basic list of Manufacturing and Industry sector, the secondary sector is following:

      • Electrical industry

      • Chemical Industry

      • Energy industry (according to some sources it is on the border of the tertiary sector)

      • Metallurgical industry

      • Construction Industry

      • Food Industry

      • Glass industry

      • Textile and clothing industry

      • Consumer goods industry (all consumables)

      • Automotive

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