Jammu and Kashmir Prelims 2017 – Geography Solved Paper – Part 2 (Q. 31-60) (Download PDF)

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Here is the Jammu and Kashmir Prelims 2017 – Geography Solved paper – Part 2 (Q. 31 - 60). The question paper was more or less direct. Some of questions were not clearly mentioned as to what the examiner exactly wants to ask. But yes, those expected more than 100 out of 120 shouldn’t waste time and start there preparation for Mains exam soon.

Q: 31 Closed contours of decreasing values towards their centre, represent

(A) A Hill

(B) A Depression

(D) A River Bed

Q: 32. An imaginary line joining the points of equal elevation on the surface of the earth represents

(A) Contour Surface

(C) Contour Line

(D) Level Line

Q: 33. A bearing of a line is also known as

(A) Magnetic Bearing

(B) True Bearing

(C) Azimuth

(D) Reduced Bearing

Q: 34. The suitable contour interval for a map with scale 1: 10000 is

(A) 2m

(B) 5m

(C) 10m

(D) 20m

Q: 35. Intersection method of detailed plotting is most suitable for

(A) Forest

(B) Hilly Areas

(C) Urban Areas

(D) Plains

Q: 36. Which of the following is not a type of map projection?

(A) Conic

(B) Azimuth

(C) Geographic

(D) Cylindrical

Q: 37. What does 1mm on a map drawn at a scale of 1: 50, 000 represent on the ground?

(A) 5 Metres

(B) 50 Centimeters

(C) 50 Meters

(D) 500 Centimeters

Q: 38. How is a large city most likely to be represented on a 1: 25, 000 scale map?

(A) As a Single Point

(B) As a Collection of Points

(C) As a Collection of Area

(D) As a Collection of Points, lines and areas

Q: 39. The common shapes of map projections are

(A) Cylinder, Cones, and Planes

(B) Cylinders and Cones

(C) Cone and Planes

(D) Cylinder and Planes

Q: 40. A map projection that is made when contents of the globe are moved onto a cylinder of paper is called

(A) Cylindrical Projection

(B) Conic Projection

(C) Azimuthal Projection

(D) Equal – Area Projection

Q: 41. “Sugar Bowl of the World”

(A) India

(B) Cuba

(C) USA

(D) Indonesia

Q: 42. The Islands of Cloves is

(A) Sri Lanka

(B) Indonesia

(C) Zanzibar

(D) Cuba

Q: 43. Which country is known as land of “kiwis”?

(A) Australia

(B) South Africa

(C) West Indies

(D) New Zealand

Q: 44. The capital of Norway is

(A) Copenhagan

(B) Oslo

(C) Beirut

(D) Canton

Q: 45. The natural boundary between Britain and France

(A) The Alps

(B) The English Channel

(C) The river Thames

(D) The river Seine

Q: 46. Largest producer of tea in the world is

(A) India

(B) Russia

(C) China

(D) Brazil

Q: 47. The main industrial production in Switzerland

(A) Cotton textile

(B) Motor cars

(C) Watch and clocks

(D) Cement

Q: 48. Paris is famous for

(A) Museum and library

(B) Fashion and decoration

(C) Healthy climate

(D) Dairy industry

Q: 49. Which of the following is famous for dairy industry?

(A) Denmark

(B) Norway

(C) Sweden

(D) Finland

Q: 50. Name the river that originates from Black Forest and falls in Black sea?

(A) Rhine

(B) Oder

(C) Danube

(D) Don

Q: 51. Which of the following is the longest river of Europe?

(A) Danube

(B) Volga

(C) Rhine

(D) Seine

Q: 52. Which country of Europe is known as the ‘Country of Lakes’?

(A) Finland

(B) Italy

(C) France

(D) Spain

Q: 53. Which is the mountain between the Black sea and Caspian sea?

(A) Ural

(B) Caucasus

(C) Alps

(D) Balkan

Q: 54. Vesuvius is situated in

(A) Italy

(B) Norway

(C) France

(D) Germany

Q: 55. The Kiel Canal links

(A) Mediterranean and Black Sea

(B) Pacific and Atlantic oceans

(C) Mediterranean and Red Sea

(D) North Sea and Baltic Sea

Q: 56. The chief wine producer of the world is

(A) Great Britain

(B) Norway

(C) France

(D) Germany

Q: 57. Which of the following has the greatest importance in commercial fisheries?

(A) Spain

(B) Dogger Banks

(C) Italy

(D) Portugal

Q: 58. The longest railway line of the world

(B) Cape-Cairo

(C) Trans-Siberian Railway

(D) Paris- Constantinople Railway

Q: 59. Chief Industry of Canada is

(A) Wine

(B) Dairy

(C) Iron

(D) Wood pulp and paper

Q: 60. Winnipeg is famous for

(A) Natural scenery

(B) Wheat centre

(C) High buildings

(D) Film industry