UGC-CBSE NET (GEOGRAPHY-80) PRACTICE SET-15

UGC-CBSE NET (GEOGRAPHY-80) PRACTICE SET-15

1. Which one of the following States is the largest producer of Tin?
(A) Rajasthan
(B) Odisha
(C) Jharkhand
(D) Chhatisgarh

2. The classical model of Industrial location theory in which least cost approach is of primary consideration is recognised as the industrial location theory of
(A) Weber
(B) Smith
(C) Isard
(D) Hoover

3. Special Economic Zone (SEZ) Policy of India was introduced in
(A) 1999
(B) 2000
(C) 2001
(D) 2002

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4. ‘Carrot and stick’ technique is used as a regional development policy in
(A) Sweden
(B) Netherlands
(C) Germany
(D) Great Britain

5. The core of the Great Himalayan is made up of
(A) Dharwar Rocks
(B) Archaean Rocks
(C) Quaternary Rocks
(D) Gondwana Rocks

6. Which one of the following sets of commodities is imported by India from South West Asian Countries?
(A) Raw Wool and Carpets
(B) Dates and Olives
(C) Precious Stones and Pearls
(D) Perfumes and Coffee

7. The concept of Lebensraum became popular in the discipline of political geography after the publication of
(A) Politische geographic
(B) Geographical pivot of history
(C) Political geography: world economy, nation-state and locality.
(D) Making political geography.

8. Pred criticized location theory on following grounds:
(A) Logical inconsistency, motives and capacity.
(B) Motives and capacity.
(C) Logical inconsistency and capacity.
(D) Logical inconsistency and motives.

9. Who among the following is credited with incorporation of concept of geographical space in the Growth Pole Theory?
(A) Bouldville
(B) Friedmann
(C) Myrdal
(D) Haggerstand

10. In order to identify Qutab Minar on an Arial photograph, which of the following elements of image interpretation would be more expressive?
(A) Shape
(B) Shadow
(C) Tone

(D) Texture

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