Physical Features of India MCQ Questions for Class 9 Social Science Chapter 2 with Answers

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MCQ Questions for Class 9 Social Science with Answers Geography

Q1. The western Coastal strip, south of Goa is referred to as-

(i) Coromandal
(ii) Malabar
(iii) Konkan
(iv) Northern Circar

(iii) Konkan

Q2. The largest delta in the world is:

(i) Ganga Delta
(ii) Mahanadi Delta
(iii) Sunderban Delta
(iv) Godavari

(iii) Sunderban Delta

Q3. The Kangra and Kullu valley are located in

(i) Uttarakhand
(ii) Jammu and Kashmir
(iii) Himachal Pradesh
(iv) Uttar Pradesh

(iii) Himachal Pradesh

Q4. Dudhwa National Park is located in the state of

(i) Assam
(ii) Uttar Pradesh
(iii) Madhya Pradesh
(iv) Rajasthan

(ii) Uttar Pradesh

Q5. Shipkila, Bhor, Nathula and Pal are-

(i) Peaks
(ii) Passes
(iii) Ranges
(iv) None of the above

(ii) Passes

Q6. Which of the following is not a mountain pass in the Great Himalayas?

(i) Bara Lapcha La and Shipkila
(ii) Nathula
(iii) Khyber pass
(iv) Jojila and Lipu Lekh

(iii) Khyber pass

Q7. Majuli is a riverine island located in the river

(i) Ganga
(ii) Brahmaputra
(iii) Yamuna
(iv) Kaveri

(ii) Brahmaputra

Q8. The soil containing calcareous deposits is locally known as

(i) Bhangar
(ii) Khadar
(iii) Bhabar
(iv) Kankar

(iv) Kankar

Q9. Guru Shikhar is the highest peak of the-

(i) Aravallis
(ii) Vindhya
(iii) Satpura
(iv) Western Himalayas

(iii) Satpura

Q10. The Himalayas consist of three parallel ranges in its longitudinal extent. Which of the following is the name of the northern-most range?

(i) The Himadri
(ii) The Himachal
(iii) The Shivaliks
(iv) The Purvanchal

(i) The Himadri

Q11. The highest peak in the Eastern Ghats is

(i) Anai Mudi
(ii) Doda Betta
(iii) Ooty
(iv) Mahendragiri

(iv) Mahendragiri

Q12. The northern most range of the Himalayas is known as

(i) Himadri
(ii) Lesser Himalaya
(iii) Shivalik
(iv) Himachal.

(i) Himadri

Q13. Gulf of Khambat lies in the

(i) Indian Ocean
(ii) Bay of Bengal
(iii) Arabian Sea
(iv) None of the above

(iii) Arabian Sea

Q14. Which of the following divisions of India has the oldest landmass?

(i) The Himalayas
(ii) The Northern Plains
(iii) The Peninsular Plateau
(iv) The Indian Desert

(iii) The Peninsular Plateau

Q15. Barchans are found in

(i) desert regions
(ii) plains
(iii) plateaus
(iv) hilly regions

(i) desert regions

Q16. Majuli is a riverine island located in the river

(i) Ganga
(ii) Brahmaputra
(iii) Yamuna
(iv) Kaveri

(ii) Brahmaputra

Q17. The average width of the Himadri range is

(i) 40 km
(ii) 30 km
(iii) 50 km
(iv) 60 km

(i) 40

Q18. A narrow gap in a mountain range providing access to the other side is:

(i) Mound
(ii) Pass
(iii) Strait
(iv) Valley

(ii) Pass

Q19. Lake Chilika lies in the state of

(i) Jharkhand
(ii) Telangana
(iii) Odisha
(iv) Tamil Nadu

(iii) Odisha

Q20. Barchans are found in

(i) desert regions
(ii) plains
(iii) plateaus
(iv) hilly regions

(i) desert regions

Q21. The maximum height of the ‘Himadri’ range is

(i) 3,700 metres.
(ii) 4,500 metres.
(iii) 3,900 metres.
(iv) 4,200 metres.

(ii) 4,500 metres.

Q22. What are Lesser Himalayas known as?

(i) Himadri
(ii) Himachal
(iii) Shivaliks
(iv) Purvanchal

(i) Himadri

Q23. Mountain ranges in the eastern part of India forming its boundary with Myanmar are collectively called as

(i) Himachal
(ii) Uttarakhand
(iii) Purvachal
(iv) none of the above

(iii) Purvachal

Q24. The northern part of the western coast is called the

(i) Konkan
(ii) Kannad plain
(iii) Malabar coast
(iv) Coromandel coast

(i) Konkan

Q25. Mussoorie is in the newly formed state of

(i) Uttar Pradesh
(ii) Himachal Pradesh
(iii) Uttaranchal
(iv) West Bengal

(iii) Uttaranchal

Q26. Which continents of today were part of the Gondwanaland?

(i) Asia and Africa
(ii) Europe and Asia
(iii) Europe and Africa
(iv) Australia and South America

(iv) Australia and South America

Q27. The highest peak in the Eastern Ghats is

(i) Anai Mudi
(ii) Kanchenjunga
(iii) Mahendragiri
(iv) Khasi

(iii) Mahendragiri

Q28. Which islands of India are called Coral Islands?

(i) Lakshadweep
(ii) Andaman and Nicobar
(iii) Yanam
(iv) Daman and Diu

(i) Lakshadweep

Q29. Which river flows between Jhelum and Ravi?

(i) Chenab
(ii) Beas
(iii) Sone
(iv) Kosi

(i) Chenab

Q30. According to the ‘Theory of Plate Tectonics,’ the earth’s crust is formed of how many major plates?

(i) Three
(ii) Five
(iii) Seven
(iv) Ten

(iii) Seven

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