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59. Obsequent streams generally flow which direction?

A. Right angle of the consequent stream

B. Diagonal to the stream

C. Along the consequent stream

D. Opposite to the consequent stream

60. Idealise worldwide pattern of surface breeze from equator to poles is:

A. Doldrum - Easterlies - Trade wind - Westerlies

B. Doldrum - Westerlies - Trade wind - Easterlies

C. Doldrum - Trade wind- Westerlies - Easterlies

D. Doldrum - Trade wind - Easterlies - Westerlies

61. Which one of among isn’t a member of SAARC?

A. Myanmar

B. Bhutan

C. Sri Lanka

D. Maldives

62. Which one of coming up next is definitely not a woody plant?

A. Shrub

B. Liana

C. Herb

D. Tree

63. Which of the following states has the highest length of irrigation canal system?

A. Punjab

B. Uttar Pradesh

C. Rajasthan

D. Haryana

64. In which one of the following is push factor for international migration?

A. Internal conflicts

B. Higher wages abroad

C. Greater freedom

D. Greater security

65. Khasis are a major mongoloid tribe, found in which of the accompanying states?

A. Assam

B. Orissa

C. Manipur

D. Meghalaya

66. In which one of the North Eastern States has the most minimal concentration of tribal population?

A. Arunachal Pradesh

B. Assam

C. Madhya Pradesh

D. Mizoram

67. Match List- I with List- II

Q 67 List 1 and List 2

List- I


a. Ebb current

i) Coastal uplift

b. Breaker

ii) Coral reef

c. Atoll

iii) Swash

d. Marine terrace

iv) Seaward flow


a b c d

A. (iv) (iii) (ii) (i)

B. (iii) (iv) (i) (ii)

C. (ii) (iii) (iv) (i)

D. (i) (iv) (iii) (ii)

68. The right arrangement of India’s non-conventional energy sources in regard of their probability:

i. Wind

ii. Biofuel

iii. Solar

iv. Ocean Thermal


A. iii, i, ii, iv

C. i, ii, iii, iv

B. i, iii, ii, iv

D. i, iii, iv, ii