Geography 2008 Paper 2 – Solved MCQs Competitive Exams Set 2

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11- The city called Birmingham of India is:

(a) Durgapur

(b) Bokard

(c) Jamshedpur

(d) None

Answer: (c)

12- All of the following countries are major exporters of fish except:

(a) Japan

(b) Norway

(c) India

(d) None

Answer: ()

13- Market gardening areas may produce all of the following except:

(a) Vegetables

(b) Fruits

(c) Flowers

(d) Poultry

(e) Beef

Answer: (e)

14- Shifting Cultivation is known by all of the following except:

(a) Ladang

(b) Taungya

(c) Milpa

(d) Jhum

(e) Transhumance

Answer: (e)

15- Due to the nature of their work primary workers may be labelled:

(a) White collar

(b) Blue Collar

(c) Red Collar

(d) None

Answer: (c)

16- Islamabad is called the city:

(a) Devoid of soul

(b) Devoid of mind

(c) Devoid of sole

(d) None

Answer: (a)

17- The philosophy of probablism was the idea of a French Historian named:

(a) Griffith Taylor

(b) Elisee Reclus

(c) Emanuel kant

(d) None

Answer: (c)

18- The supporters of Environmental Determinism were:

(a) Ellen Semple

(b) Mary Somerville

(c) Ellsworth Hungtion

(d) All of these

Answer: (d)

19-At the time of independence Pakistan was largely dependent on hydro electric power

From ________ river scheme:

(a) Indus

(b) Uhl

(c) Jhelum

(d) None

Answer: (b)

20- The country which is likely to become the most popular tourist destination of all by

2010 is:

(a) Nepal

(b) China

(c) Pakistan

(d) none

Answer: (c)