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61. The difference between the mean temperature of any place and the mean temperature of its latitude is called as

1. Temperature anomaly

2. Inversion of temperature

3. Temperature gradient

4. Temperature rise

62. Who among the following provided a philosophical foundation for Geography as a field of scientific enterprise?

1. Bernhard Varenius

2. Nicolaus Copernicus

3. Immanuel Kant

4. Kepler

63. Who amongst the following propounded the ‘Theory of Intervening Opportunities’ ?

1. E. G. Ravenstein

2. G. K. Zipf

3. D. J. Bogue

4. S. Stouffer

64. Read the following statements given below:

(a) The Bhangar soils are older Alluvium.

(b) The Bhangar soils are frequently inundated.

(c) The Bhangar soils are rich in concentration and nodules.

(d) The drier areas of Bhangar soils exhibit saline and alkaline efflorescence.

Select the correct option:

1. (a) and (b) are true

2. (a) and (c) is true

3 (a) , (c) and (d) are true

4. (a) , (b) and (d) are true

65. Which one of the following is a meteorological hazard?

1. Flood

2. Land slide

3. Avalanche

4. Cloud burst

66. Consider the following statements regarding air mass characteristics:

(a) An extensive body of air

(b) Fairly homogenous physical properties

(c) Associated with divergent light winds

(d) Associated with the convergence zones

Select the correct answer from the codes given below:

1. (a) and (b) are correct

2. (c) and (d) are correct

3. (b) , (c) and (d) are correct

4. (a, (b) and (c) are correct

67. The graph used to show the proportion of surface area representing elevation above or below datum is

1. Altimetric curve

2. Fluviometric curve

3. Morphometric curve

4. Hypsometric curve

68. Match List-I with List-II:

Match List-I Language Family List-II Specific Language
List-I (Language Family)List-II (Specific Language)
(a) Dravidian(i) Banjari
(b) Indo-European(ii) Santhali
(c) Austric(iii) Bodo
(d) Tibeto-Bummn(iv) Yerukala

Select the correct answer from the options given below:

1. (a) - (iv) ; (b) - (i) ; (c) - (ii) ; (d) - (iii)

2. (a) - (i) ; (b) - (iv) ; (c) - (iii) ; (d) - (ii)

3. (a) - (ii) ; (b) - (iii) ; (c) - (iv) ; (d) - (i)

4. (a) - (iii) ; (b) - (ii) ; (c) - (i) ; (d) - (iv)

69. As per Edward Ullman՚s mode of the transport system, which one of the following describes complementarity?

1. Demand and supply of a product between regions

2. Cost of movement of a product between regions

3. Availability of a product in a region

A. Non-availability of a product in a region

70. Match List-I with List-II:

Match List-I Synonyms of Shifting Cultivation in India List-II Regions
List-I (Synonyms of Shifting Cultivation in India)List-II (Regions)
(a) Jhum(i) South-East Rajasthan
(b) Kumasi(ii) North-East India
(c) Watra(iii) Andhra Pradesh
(d) Podu(iv) Western Ghats

Choose the correct option from those given below:

1. (a) - (i) ; (b) - (ii) ; (c) - (iii) ; (d) - (iv)

2. (a) - (ii) ; (b) - (iv) ; (c) - (i) ; (d) - (iii)

3. (a) - (iii) ; (b) - (i) ; (c) - (iv) ; (d) - (ii)

4. (a) - (iv) ; (b) - (iii) ; (c) - (ii) ; (d) - (i)

71. Match List-I with List-II:

Match List-I Ocean Relief List-II Oceans
List-I (Ocean Relief)List-II (Oceans)
(a) Socotra-Chagos ridge(i) Arctic Ocean
(b) Spitsbergen ridge(ii) Indian Ocean
(c) Mid-Atlantic ridge(iii) Atlantic Ocean
(d) Cocos ridge(iv) Pacific Ocean

Choose the correct option from those given below

1. (a) - (i) ; (b) - (ii) ; (c) - (iii) ; (d) - (iv)

2. (a) - (ii) ; (b) - (iii) ; (c) - (iv) ; (d) - (i)

3. (a) - (iv) ; (b) - (iii) ; (c) - (i) ; (d) - (ii)

4. (a) - (ii) ; (b) - (i) ; (c) - (iii) ; (d) - (iv)

72. Read the following statements given below:

(a) The 2011 census shows a marginal increase in population growth since 2001 in India.

(b) The absolute increase in the urban population exceeded the absolute increase in the rural population in India.

(c) The sex ratio has decreased in 2011 census from 2001.

(d) The literacy rate has improved in the 2011 census since 2001.

Select the correct answer from the given options:

1. (a) and (c) are true

2. (a) and (d) are true

3. (a) , (c) and (d) are true

4. (b) and (d) are true

73. Given below are two statements. One is labelled as Assertion (A) , and the other is labelled as Reason (R) :

Assertion (A) : Ritter was a teleologist and had a strong belief in God.

Reason (R) : Ritter had a vision of an ordered and harmonious universe.

Select the correct answer from the options given below:

1. Both (A) and (R) are true, but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A)

2. Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A)

3. (A) is true, but (R) is false

4. (R) is true, but (A) is false

74. Given below are two statements. One is labelled as Assertion (A) , and the other is labelled as Reason (R) :

Assertion (A) : Panchayati Raj Institutions have 3-tier systems in planning and executing development projects within their jurisdictions.

Reason (R) : Panchayati Raj Act empowered local bodies participation in the planning process.

Select the correct answer from the options given below:

1. (A) is true, but (R) is false

2. (A) is false, but (R) is true

3 Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A)

4. Both (A) and (R) are true, but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A)

75. Which one of the following is NOT matched correctly?

1. M. T. Sadler: Economic Theories of Population Growth

2. W. C. Plowden: Census of India

3. F. W. Notestein: Demographic Transition

4. E. G. Ravenstein: Laws of Migration

76. Identify the Indian port, which is known as the best natural harbour and has the leading cargo traffic importing petroleum, fertilizer, chemicals and machinery, etc. :

1. Kolkata

2. Chennai

3. New Tuticorin

4. Vishakhapatnam

77. According to A. Pred, the location of an industry is closely associated with which among the following approaches?

1. Least cost approach

2. Profit maximising approach

3. Ecological approach

4. Behavioural approach

78. Match List-I with List 2:

Match List-I Geomorphic Hazards List-II Areas of Occurrence
List-I (Geomorphic Hazards)List-II (Areas of Occurrence)
(a) Faulting(i) Krakatoa Earthquake (1883)
(b) Volcanicity(ii) Greece Earthquake (1931)
(c) Hydrostatic pressure(iii) Gujarat Earthquake (2001)
(d) Plate movement(iv) California Earthquake (1906)

Choose the correct option from those given below:

1. (a) - (ii) ; (b) - (iii) ; (c) - (iv) ; (d) - (i)

2. (a) - (i) ; (b) - (ii) ; (c) - (iii) ; (d) - (iv)

3. (a) - (iii) ; (b) - (iv) ; (c) - (i) ; (d) - (ii)

4. (a) - (iv) ; (b) - (i) ; (c) - (ii) ; (d) - (iii)

79. The city I have a population of 2,00, 000 and city II has a population of 6,00, 000. They are 50 miles apart. Which of the following will be breaking point (BP) boundary marking the outer edge of their respective trade areas according to Reilly՚s Law of Retail Gravitation?

1.12. 5 miles from the city I

2.45 miles from city II

3.28. 3 miles from city II

4.18. 3 miles from the city I

80. Which of the following rivers divides Indian peninsula into Malwa and Deccan?

1. Godavari

2. Mahanadi

3. Narmada

4. Mahi

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