Climate MCQ Questions for Class 9 Social Science Chapter 4 with Answers

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Q1. The word ‘Monsoon’ has been derived from the Arabic word ‘Mausam’ which means:

(i) Climatic changes
(ii) Seasons
(iii) Weather condition
(iv) Climatic variation

(ii) Seasons

Q2. Which of the following causes rainfall in West Bengal during the hot weather season?

(i) Mango showers
(ii) Kal Baishakhi
(iii) Southwest monsoon
(iv) Retreating Monsoon

(ii) Kal Baishakhi

Q3. The wind blowing in the northern plains in summers in known as:

(i) Kaal Baisakhi
(ii) Loo
(iii) Trade winds
(iv) None of the above

(ii) Loo

Q4. Which area is not an area of low precipitation?

(i) Assam
(ii) Western Rajasthan and Gujarat
(iii) Leh in Jammu and Kashmir
(iv) Deccan plateau

(i) Assam

Q5. The extreme climate is generally associated with

(i) Tropical areas
(ii) Temperature areas
(iii) Interior areas
(iv) None of the above

(iii) Interior areas

Q6. What is the average temperature of Chennai during wrinter?

(i) Between 24° – 25°C
(ii) Between 10° – 15°C
(iii) Between 20° – 25°C
(iv) Between 25° – 30°C

(i) Between 24° – 25°C

Q7. Which of the following atmospheric conditions govern the climate and associated weather conditions in India?

(i) Pressure and surface winds
(ii) Upper air circulation
(iii) Western cyclonic disturbances and tropical cyclones
(iv) All the above

(iv) All the above

Q8. Which one of the following causes rainfall during winters in north-western part of India?

(i) Cyclonic depression
(ii) Retreating monsoon
(iii) Western disturbances
(iv) Southwest monsoon

(iii) Western disturbances

Q9. Mango showers occur in which one of the following group of two states?

(i) Karnataka and Kerala
(ii) Bihar and West Bengal
(iii) Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh
(iv) Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh

(i) Karnataka and Kerala

Q10. In which of the following months does the Tamil Nadu coast get most of its rainfall?

(i) December to February
(ii) March to May
(iii) June to September
(iv) October to November

(iv) October to November

Q11. What is climate?

(i) Sum of total weather conditions and variation over a large area of a long time.
(ii) Sum of total weather condition over a particular area.
(iii) Temperature condition of a particular region.
(iv) None of these

(i) Sum of total weather conditions and variation over a large area of a long time.

Q12. Which one of the following is not one of the six major controls of the climate of any place?

(i) Latitude
(ii) Temperature
(iii) Pressure and wind system
(iv) Distance from the sea

(ii) Temperature

Q13. In which place in India are houses built on stilts?

(i) Bihar
(ii) Assam
(iii) Goa
(iv) None of these

(ii) Assam

Q14. Kal Baisakhi is associated with

(i) Bengal
(ii) Punjab
(iii) Kashmir
(iv) Karnataka

(i) Bengal

Q15. Kaal Baisakhi means

(i) Destruction
(ii) Tomorrow
(iii) Yesterday
(iv) None of the above

(i) Destruction

Q16. Which of the following place receive highest rainfall in India as well as in the world?

(i) Silchar
(ii) Cherrapunji
(iii) Mawsynram
(iv) Guwahati

(iii) Mawsynram

Q17. Which of the following places of India experiences the highest summer temperature?

(i) Pahalgam
(ii) Leh
(iii) Thiruvananthapuram
(iv) Jaisalmer

(iv) Jaisalmer

Q18. Most parts of India receive rainfall during which of the following months?

(i) June to September
(ii) May to July
(iii) September to March
(iv) None of these

(i) June to September

Q19. The term monsoon is originated from?

(i) Arabic
(ii) German
(iii) Hindi
(iv) Latin

(i) Arabic

Q20. Due to which of the following reasons is the southwest monsoons rain bearing winds?

(i) They blow from low pressure area of north-eastern India towards the seas
(ii) They are seasonal winds
(iii) They blow over warm Indian Ocean and gather moisture
(iv) They strike the Himalayas

(iii) They blow over warm Indian Ocean and gather moisture

Q21. Monsoon arrives in India approximately in

(i) Early May
(ii) Early June
(iii) Early July
(iv) Early August

(ii) Early June

Q22. Which of the following is not an elements of weather and climate?

(i) Atmospheric pressure
(ii) Temperature
(iii) Humidity
(iv) Altitude

(iv) Altitude

Q23. Which one of the following is an element of weather and climate?

(i) Atmospheric pressure
(ii) Temperature
(iii) Humidity
(iv) All of these

(iv) All of these

Q24. Which of the following prevents the southwest monsoon winds from escaping from India?

(i) The Himalayas
(ii) The surrounding seas
(iii) Low pressure over Central Asia
(iv) The Indian deserts

(i) The Himalayas

Q25. Which of the following places of India experiences extreme type of climate?

(i) Shillong
(ii) Bengaluru
(iii) Chennai
(iv) Delhi

(iv) Delhi

Q26. Which of the following prevents the southwest monsoon winds from escaping from India?

(i) The surrounding seas
(ii) The Himalayas
(iii) Low pressure over Central Asia
(iv) The Indian deserts

(ii) The Himalayas

Q27. Around the time of its arrival, the normal rainfall increases suddenly and continues constantly for several days. This is called:

(i) North-easterlies
(ii) Jet stream
(iii) South-west monsoon
(iv) Burst of the monsoon

(iv) Burst of the monsoon

Q28. Which of the following is a component of upper air circulation?

(i) Jet stream
(ii) North-easterlies
(iii) South-west monsoon
(iv) Kal Baishakhi

(i) Jet stream

Q29. Which one of the following is the driest station?

(i) Mumbai
(ii) Leh
(iii) Bengaluru
(iv) Delhi

(ii) Leh

Q30. Which part of India experiences the highest range of temperature in a day ?

(i) North India
(ii) Thar desert
(iii) Western part
(iv) All of the above

(ii) Thar desert

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