Q1. The basis of classification for pollution is:
A. Medium
B. Intensity
C. Both A & B
D. None
Ans: A

Q2. The most significant contributor to water pollution is
A. Agricultural activities
B. Cultural activities
C. Industrial activities
D. Both A & B
Ans: C

Q3. Leather, pulp , paper chemicals majorly contribute in which type of pollution?
A. Air Pollution
B. Water Pollution
C. Noise Pollution
D. Land Pollution
Ans: B

Q4. According to WHO 1/4th of the communicable diseases in India are:
A. Air borne
B. Water borne
C. Vector borne
D. Food borne
Ans. B

Q5. Name the programme launched for cleaning Ganga.
A. Ganga Clean Programme
B. National Mission for Ganga Cleaning
C. Mission Ganga
D. The Namami Gange Programme
Ans. D
National Mission for Clean Ganga (NMCG) is same as Namami Gange

Q6.Addition of contaminants like dust,smoke etc. to the air is known as:
A. Water Pollution
B. Air Pollution
C. Land Pollution
D. Noise Pollution
Ans. B

Q7. The main sources of air pollution:
A. Combustion
B. Fossil fuels
C. Mining
D. All of the above
Ans. D
Industries also contribute to air pollution

Q8. Which one of the following is the cause of acid rain?
A. Water pollution
B. Noise pollution
C. Land pollution
D. Air pollution
Ans. D

Q9. Sound level is expressed in:
A. Km
B. Decibel
C. Kelvin
D. Meter
Ans. B

Q10. Solid waste refers to:
A. Variety of new articles
B. Variety of solid articles
C. Variety of old & used articles
D. None of the above
Ans. C
Examples: Plastic containers, CDs, Polythene bags

Q11. Which of the following has become a role model to restore
ecology & safeguard human health ?
A. Bhilwara
B. Ajmer
C. Daurala
D. Nagpur
Ans. C
Daurala is near Meerut

Q12. Rural Urban Migration stream in India is dominated by:
A. Males
B. Females
C. Both A &B
D. None of the above
Ans. A

Q13. Name the programme which is part of the urban renewal mission launched by the government to improve the quality of life in urban slums
A. Smart Cities Mission
B. National Mission for Clean Ganga
C. Swachha Bharat Mission
D. Setubhartam Pariyojana
Ans: C

Q14. Temporary or Permanent decline in productive capacity of land is
termed as:
A. Land Fallowing
B. Land Degradation
C. Land Improvement
D. Both B & C
Ans. B

Q15. Which body in India has classified wastelands by using remote sensing techniques?
A. National Remote Sensing Centre
B. Land Revenue Department
C. Survey of India
D. Indian Council of Agricultural Research
Ans. A

Q16. Jhabua district is in which of the following state?
A. Maharashtra
B. Punjab
C. Madhya Pradesh
D. Uttar Pradesh
Ans: C

Q17. Which tribal community reside in Jhabua?
A. Gujjars
B. Bhils
C. Bakarwals
D. Gaddis
Ans: B

Q18. Which of the following watershed management programmes has been launched by Madhya Pradesh Government?
A. Prime Minister Krishi Sinchayee Yojna
B. Drought Prone Areas Programme
C. Rajiv Gandhi Mission for Watershed Management
D. Hariyali
Ans: C

Q19. The percentage of rural population (approx.) according to Census
2011 is :
A. 59
B. 79
C. 69
D. 31
Ans: C

Q20. The largest slum in Asia is:
A. Kasimedu
B. Dharavi
C. Baiganwadi
D. Seemapuri
Ans: B
It is located in Maharashtra

Q21. Which one of the following river is highly polluted?
A. Brahmaputra
B. Yamuna
C. Satluj
D. Godavari
Ans: B

Q22. Which one of the following deseases is caused by water
A. Conjunctivitis
B. Respiratory infections
C. Diarrhorea
D. Bronchitis
Ans: C

Q23. Push and pull factors are responsible for–
A. Migration
B. Slums
C. Land degradation
D. Air pollution
Ans: A

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