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HSST-Junior-Geography-SR for SC/ST-2017(Online Exam)

 

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1. What is “Baku”famous for?
Petroleum

Iron smelting

Locomotion

Silk industry
2. The first bank to get online banking facility in India
HDFC

SBI

ICICI

Canara bank
3. The book “Vision,values and velocity”wrote by:
Sam Pitroda

Bill Gates

Sakundala Devi

N.R.Narayan
4. The power of Judicial review in India is:
Given by the Parliament

Given by the President

Explicit

Implicit
5. The Mamamkam,festival of Kerala celebrated in:
Once in 10 years

Once in 12 years

Once in 5 years

Every year
6. The Kurichia revolt began on:
25th March 1812

25th March 1810

12th March 1810

12th March 1809
7. The first Malayalam Grammar book “Leelathilakam”prepared by:
Herman Gundert

Father Kariyattil Ouseph

Arnos Pathiri

Dr.Angelos Francis
8. The 'World Ozone Day'observed on:
September 16

October 16

September 21

October 21
9. The National Judicial Academy of India situated in:
Nagpur

Mumbai

Delhi

Bhopal
10. The first Malayalam newspaper “Rajyasamacharam”published by:
Dr.Angelos Francis

G.Kesavan

Herman Gundert

K.Kelappan
11. The marumakkathayam Act passed in Kerala in the year:
1913

1923

1933

1943
12. Who founded the organization “Sadhu Jana Paripalana Sangham”?
Vagbhadanatha

Ayyankali

Chattampi Swamikal

Ayyaguru
13. The first Nair Act in Travancore passed in the year:
1906

1908

1910

1912
14. The Sahodara Prasthanam started by:
V.T.Bhattathiripad

K.Kelappan

K.Ayyappan

Vagbhatananda
15. The Hindu Succession Act passed in the year:
1959

1958

1957

1956
16. The Sanskrit book”Bhakti Manjary”wrote by:
Gauri Lakshmi Bhai

Swati Tirunal

Kalidasa

V.T.Bhattathiripad
17. Indian Constitution adopted concurrent lists from the constitution of:
Canada

Australia

Ireland

U.S.A
18. Among the fundamental rights of Indian Constitution the Right to Property eliminated by the:
42nd Amendment Act

43rd Amendment Act

44th Amendment Act

45th Amendment Act
19. The financial emergency declared by the President of India mentioned in the :
Article 352

Article 356

Article 360

Article 370
20. Part XVIII(18th)of Indian Constitution contains:
Fundamental duties

Emergency provisions

Municipalities

Panchayats
21. Development of democratic citizenship is:
A goal of education

A learning outcome

A process competency

An Instructional objective
22. Which of the following methods can enhance pupil-pupil interaction in a class?
Experiment

Lecture

Peer tutoring

Problem solving
24. Which one is an advantage of expository teaching?
Higher learner participation

Highly interactive

More content coverage

Suitable for small groups
25. Which of the following will be the most popular for assessing students attitude towards study tasks?
Internal tests

Scales

Observation

Sociometric techniques
26. A researcher studies the effect of anxiety on students achievement.Which category of variable is anxiety?
Control

Dependent

Independent

Intervening
27. If a researcher sends a questionnaire to every 5th person from the sample frame,sampling technique is:
Cluster sampling

Judgemental sampling

Stratified sampling

Systematic sampling
28. Qualitative research is characterized by:
Context specifically

Deductive

Generalizability

Hypotheses testing
29. What is ISSN?
International Specific Series Number

International Standard Serial Number

International Standard Subscriber Number

International Subscriber Standard Number
30. A research result that cannot be generalized is lacking in:
External criticism

External validity

Internal criticism

Internal validity
31. The person who enunciated the principle of Uniformitarianism
James Hutton

Penk

V.M.Davis

Huss
32. The largest division of the Geologic time scale:
Division

Eons

Periods

Epochs
33. The person associated with the concept of Isostasy:
Airy

Wegner

W.M.Davis

Hess
34. The process of temperature decrease due to the expansion of rising air is called as:
Adiabatic cooling

Inversion of temperature

Adiabatic heating

Latent heat of condensation
35. The percentage of oxygen in the atmosphere:
30%

25%

24%

21%
36. A line which connects points of equal wind speed:
Isobar

Isotach

Isohaline

Isopycnal
37. Which is the high cloud?
Cirrus

Altocumulus

Altostratus

Stratocumulus
38. The Humboldt Current is the ocean current of:
Indian Ocean

Atlantic Ocean

Arctic Ocean

Pacific Ocean
39. A sand or gravel bar that connect an island with another island or the mainland:
Haffs

Spits

Hook

Tombolo
40. The place or set of environmental condition in which a particular organism lives is called:
Mutation

Habitat

Epiphyte

Locality
41. The country which shares shortest border with India:
Bangladesh

China

Afghanistan

Nepal
42. A tributary of Krishna River:
Musi

Kolar

Sabari

Jonk
43. Which year is called 'Demographic Divide'in india?
1924

1921

1923

1920
44. The headquarter of North Eastern Railway Zone:
New Delhi

Guwahati

Gorakhpur

Kolkata
45. The plant TISCO located:
Bihar

Jharkhand

Chattisgarh

West Bengal
46. The land share of Kerala in India:
1.25%

1.66%

1.18%

2%
47. The largest coffee producing state in India:
Tamil Nadu

Karnataka

Kerala

Assam
48. The Manchester of South India:
Chennai

Salem

Hyderabad

Coimbatore
49. The least populated district in Kerala according to 2011 Census
Wayanad

Idukki

Kasaragod

Alappuzha
50. The longest river in South India:
Mahanadi

Krishna

Godavari

Cauvery
51. The supporter of Pragmatism:
Plato

Raztel

John Dewey

Store Kierkegaard
52. The book ‘Almagest’was written by:
Ptolemy

Huntington

Semple

Frobel
53. The ‘T-in-O’map was constructed during the period of:
Modern period

Early Medieval period

Ancient period

Late Medieval period
54. The Heartland Theory is the contribution of:
Ratzel

Emmanuel Kant

M.Davis

Halford John Mackinder
55. The person who first attempted to calculate the circumference of the earth:
Eratosthenes

Strabo

Herodotus

Aristotle
56. The supporter Stop and Go Determinism:
Slache

Al-Masudi

Griffith Taylor

Jean Brunhes
57. Who invented the instrument ‘Astrolabe’for the determination of latitudes and longitudes?
Ptolemy

Eratosthenes

Homer

Hipparchus
58. The approach which describes physical setting is the more dominant factor than human is:
Possibilism

Determinism

Social Darwinism

Stop and Go Determinism
59. The book of Thomas Kuhn:
The Structure of Scientific Revolutions

Historical memoir

Outline of geography

Almagest
60. The father of Exceptionalism in geography:
Strabo

Huntington

Emmanuel Kant

Hutton
61. The lines which connect places of same rainfall:
Isochrones

Isohyets

Isotherms

Isohels
62. Data that describe the characteristic of spatial features:
Non spatial data

Colour data

Discrete data

Attribute data
63. A spatial data model that uses a grid to represent the spatial variation of a feature:
Vector data model

Raster data model

Spatial model

Relational data model
64. Data that provide information about spatial data:
Meta data

Vector data

Raster data

Digital data
65. Processes of superimposing two or more images or photographs so that equivalent geographic point coincide is called:
Referencing

Redundancy

Registration

Refraction
66. Which is the large scale map
Wall map

Atlas map

Thematic map

Cadastral map
67. International map projections is a modification of:
Bonnes projection

Polyconic projection

Sterographic projection

Orthographic projection
68. The process of converting raster line into vector lines through tracing is called as:
Polarization

Scanning

Vectorization

Data formatting
69. The Hythergraph is used to show the distribution of:
Temperature and Rainfall

Humidity and Temperature

Rainfall and Crops

Snowfall
70. A sub-field of mathematics that is applied in GIS to ensure that the spatial relationships between features are expressed explicity is known as:
Taxonomy

Topology

Topostudy

Toponomism
71. The term used to indicate the stage of world urbanization:
Megalopolis

Metropolis

Ecumonopolis

Tyranopolis
72. The hypothetical pattern of multiple nuclei theory was developed by:
Harris and Ullman

Homer Hoyt

R.M.Hurd

E.W.Burgess
73. The concept 'Umland'means:
Land around industry

Land around slum

Land around village

Land around a city
74. An example for ghost city:
Harappa

Raipur

Jaipur

Bhopal
75. According to Christaller,K 7 in the hierarchy of central places theory stands for:
Marketing principle

Transportation principle

Administrative principle

Trade principle
76. The periods of Second Five Year Plan in India:
1955-1960

1957-1962

1954-1959

1956-1961
77. The First Five Year Plan of India gave more importance to:
Industry

Air transportation

Agriculture

Trade
78. The Growth pole theory originally developed by:
Christaller

Francis Perroux

Zipf

Ullman
79. The programme sponsored by Government of India for rural development:
IRDP

IAAP

IADP

HYVP
80. The first Chairman of Planning Commission of India:
Sardar-Vallabhbhai Patel

Jawaharlal Nehru

Dr.Radhakrishnan

Rjagopalachari
81. A region which is characterized by high temperature and heavy rainfall throughout the year
Tropical Monsoon region

Tropical high land region

Mediterranean region

Equatorial region
82. The temperature grasslands of South Africa:
Prairies

Velds

Pampas

Downs
83. An example for Non renewable resource:
Coal

Solar energy

Water

Wind
84. The third largest populated country in the world:
Brazil

United State of America

Indonesia

Pakistan
85. Name of the shifting cultivation in North-East India:
Chena

Tamrai

Milpa

Jhuming
86. Viticulture meant for:
Lemon cultivation

Apple cultivation

Orange cultivation

Grape cultivation
87. The longest railway line in the world:
Canadian railway

Sydney-Porth railway

Tran-Siberian railway

Philadelphia railway
88. The term Boreal refers to:
Taiga forest

Swampy forest

Mangrove forest

Monsoon forest
89. The Kalahai Desert is located at:
North America

South America

South Africa

Australia
90. The development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs is called:
Biological development

Urban development

Economic development

Sustainable development
91. Which gas increase in the atmosphere –is major cause to global warming?
Argon

Oxygen

Carbon dioxide

Hydrogen
92. The Kyoto Protocol:
Treaty for trade

Treaty to reduce greenhouse gases emissions

Treaty for deforestation

Treaty to ban child labour
93. The satellite,Astrosat launched by India for the study of:
Resource mapping

Disaster management

Weather phenoma

Celestial objects
94. Who described the quantitative revolution in geography as”a radical transformation of the spirit and purpose of Geography”?
Ptolemy

Humboldt

Burton

Huntington
95. A philosophical view that man is responsible for making his own nature:
Idealism

Radicalism

Rationalism

Existentialism
96. A sudden,aggressive and very heavy rainfall is called:
Storm burst

Water burst

Thunder burst

Cloud burst
97. The headquarter of Survey of India:
Dehra Dun

Mumbai

New Delhi

Kolkata
98. Which method of data collection is called as ‘the Social Microscope’by Burgess?
Interview method

Observation method

Case Study method

Sample method
99. The process of examining the collected raw data to detect its errors,omission and correction is called as:
Classification

Coding

Editing

Tabulation
100. In the layout of research report,'acknowledgement'comes under:
Appendix

The main text

Reference

Preliminary section