Lifelines of National Economy MCQ Questions for Class 10 Social Science Geography Answers

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MCQ Questions for Class 10 Social Science India and the Contemporary World Part- Geography

Q1. Which one of the following is a subsidiary port of Kolkata?

(i) Tuticorin
(ii) Jawaharlal Nehru
(iii) Haldia
(iv) Vishakhapatnam

(iii) Haldia

Q2. Which one of the following in an Inland riverine port ?

(i) Kandla
(ii) Kolkata
(iii) Mumbai
(iv) Tuticorin

(ii) Kolkata

Q3. New Mangalore port in Karnataka eaters to the export of iron ore concentrates from which of following mines:

(i) Balaghat
(ii) Kudremukh
(iii) Kolapur
(iv) none of the above

(ii) Kudremukh

Q4. Which one of the following ports is a tidal port?

(i) Mumbai
(ii) New Mangalore port
(iii) Kandla
(iv) Vishakhapatnam

(iii) Kandla

Q5. Six Lane Highways are called

(i) National Highway
(ii) International Highway
(iii) State Highway
(iv) Golden quadrilateral super highways

(iv) Golden quadrilateral super highways

Q6. STD refers to

(i) Suburban Telephone Dialing
(ii) Subscriber Trunk Dialing
(iii) Social Telephone Distributor
(iv) Speed Telephone Dialing

(ii) Subscriber Trunk Dialing

Q7. Which one of the following ports was developed as a subsidiary port, in order to relieve the growing pressure on the Kolkata port ?

(i) Haldia
(ii) Tuticorin
(iii) Ennore
(iv) Jawaharlal Nehru Port.

(i) Haldia

Q8. 95 percent of the country’s trade volume is moved by:

(i) Air
(ii) Planes
(iii) Ships
(iv) Sea

(iv) Sea

Q9. Which one of the following is not an advantage of pipeline transportation?

(i) Pipelines are used for transporting crude oil and gas from fields to refineries.
(ii) Solids can be transported in slurry form through pipelines.
(iii) Pipelines rule out trans-shipment losses or delays.
(iv) Initial cost of laying a pipeline is high.

(iv) Initial cost of laying a pipeline is high.

Q10. Villages are connected to a major town through this scheme of roads

(i) MNREGA
(ii) PMGSY
(iii) SJGRY
(iv) AAY

(ii) PMGSY

Q11. Which one of the following countries has the largest telecom network in Asia?

(i) China
(ii) Japan
(iii) Pakistan
(iv) India

(iv) India

Q12. Which one of the following ports is the premier iron-ore exporting port of the country?

(i) New Mangalore Port
(ii) Marmagao Port
(iii) Vishakhapatnam Port
(iv) Paradip Port.

(ii) Marmagao Port

Q13. The Gas pipeline from Hazira in Gujarat connects Jagdishpur in Uttar Pradesh, via Vijaipur in:

(i) Bihar
(ii) Orissa
(iii) Andhra Pradesh
(iv) Madhya Pradesh

(iv) Madhya Pradesh

Q14. Which one of the following is the oldest port of the eastern coast of India?

(i) Kolkata (Haldia)
(ii) Vishakhapatnam
(iii) Tuticorin
(iv) Chennai (Madras)

(iv) Chennai (Madras)

Q15. Bulk carrier across nations

(i) Airways
(ii) Roadways
(iii) Railways
(iv) Waterways

(iv) Waterways

Q16. The longest pipeline connects

(i) Hazira to Kanpur
(ii) Salaya to Jalandhar
(iii) Flazira to Jagdishpur
(iv) Koyali to Haldia

(iii) Flazira to Jagdishpur

Q17. Which state is not connected by HVJ pipeline ?

(i) Uttar Pradesh
(ii) Madhya Pradesh
(iii) Gujarat
(iv) Rajasthan.

(iv) Rajasthan.

Q18. Which of the following is a factor in influencing the distribution pattern of the Railway network in the country.

(а) Physiography
(ii) Economic
(iii) Administrative
(iv) All the above

(iv) All the above

Q19. Which one of the following is considered as the first-class mail by the Indian postal network?

(i) Cards and envelopes
(ii) Registered periodicals
(iii) Book packets
(iv) Registered newspapers

(i) Cards and envelopes

Q20. Natural harbour in India

(i) Hooghly
(ii) Paradip
(iii) Chennai
(iv) Mumbai

(iv) Mumbai

Q21. Which one of the following is an inland riverine port?

(i) Kandla
(ii) Kolkata
(iii) Mumbai
(iv) Tuticorin

(ii) Kolkata

Q22. Which port is the biggest one in India ?

(i) Mumbai
(ii) Kandla
(iii) Paradip
(iv) Haldia.

(i) Mumbai

Q23. Narrow Gauge has a width of:

(а) 0.662 and 0.610
(ii) 0.552 and 0.510
(iii) 0.762 and 0.610
(iv) 0.452 and 0.510

(iii) 0.762 and 0.610

Q24. National Waterway No. 1 is navigable between which of the following places?

(i) Sadiya and Dhubri
(ii) Allahabad and Haldia
(iii) Udyogamandal and Champakkara
(iv) Kottapuram and Komman

(ii) Allahabad and Haldia

Q25. What is the name given to the International Airport at Kolkata?

(i) Jawaharlal Nehru
(ii) Meenambakkam
(iii) Rajiv Gandhi
(iv) Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose

(iv) Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose

Q26. In which of the given years was air transport nationalised:

(i) 1943
(ii) 1953
(iii) 1963
(iv) 1973

(ii) 1953

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