MCQ(s) of Environmental Studies (2110007) - Winter 2016 Sem-1

    • Q. 1  The layer of atmosphere which is harmful due to the presence of pollution is
    • (A) Stratosphere
      (B) Troposphere
    • (C) Ionosphere
      (D) Exosphere
    • (B) Troposphere
    • Q. 2  The world Environment day is celebrated on
    • (A) 15th June
      (B) 5th June
    • (C) 5th January
      (D) 15th February
    • (B) 5th June
    • Q. 3  Energy Pyramid is
    • (A) Upright
      (B) Linear
    • (C) Inverted
      (D) Not certain
    • (A) Upright
    • Q. 4  Autotrophs are defined as
    • (A) Those who prepare their own food
      (B) Those who depend on producers for their food
    • (C) Can do both things
      (D) None of the above
    • (A) Those who prepare their own food
    • Q. 5  Chipko movement is related with
    • (A) Soil conservation
      (B) Forest conservation
    • (C) Ganga bachao andolan
      (D) None of these
    • (B) Forest conservation
    • Q. 6  Nitrate pollution causes
    • (A) Skin diseases
      (B) Typhoid
    • (C) Blue baby diseases
      (D) None of these
    • (C) Blue baby diseases
    • Q. 7  The deaths of infants per 1000 births, are known as
    • (A) Birth rate
      (B) Mortality
    • (C) Total Fertility rate
      (D) Infant mortality rate
    • (D) Infant mortality rate
    • Q. 8  Bhopal gas tragedy was due to leakage of
    • (A) Methyl isocyanate
      (B) CO
    • (C) Choloro benzene
      (D) None of these
    • (A) Methyl isocyanate
    • Q. 9  Which one is the correct food chain?
    • (A) Phytoplankton ->Zooplankton -> Fish
      (B) Zooplankton -> Phytoplankton -> Fish
    • (C) Grass -> Fish -> Zooplankton
      (D) All of the above
    • (A) Phytoplankton ->Zooplankton -> Fish
    • Q. 10  Asthma, bronchitis and silicosis disease are
    • (A) Air borne
      (B) Water borne
    • (C) Both (a) and (b)
      (D) None of these
    • (A) Air borne
    • Q. 11  Damaging of Taj Mahal is due to
    • (A) CFCs
      (B) Hydrogen
    • (C) CO
      (D) SO2
    • (D) SO2
    • Q. 12  Lakes which are rich in nutrients are
    • (A) Eutrophic
      (B) Oligotrophic
    • (C) Mesotrophic
      (D) None of these
    • (A) Eutrophic
    • Q. 13  Which of the following is an example of impact of the development activities on hydrosphere?
    • (A) Air Pollution
      (B) Soil Pollution.
    • (C) Noise Pollution
      (D) Water Pollution.
    • (D) Water Pollution.
    • Q. 14  Which of the following statements about forest is not correct?
    • (A) Forests reduces soil erosion
      (B) Provides recreational opportunities
    • (C) Provides a source of economic development
      (D) None of the above
    • (D) None of the above