MCQ Questions for Class 11 Geography: Ch 1 Geography as a Discipline

MCQ Questions for Class 11 Geography: Ch 1 Geography as a Discipline


1. Which one of the following features can be termed as physical features?
(a) Port
(b) Road
(c) Plain
(d) Waterpark
► (c) Plain

2. The major issue for environmental geography is
(a) scientific study of the habitats.
(b) pollution, land degradation and conservation of environment.
(c) geographic characteristics of animals and their habitats.
(d) population explosion.
► (b) pollution, land degradation and conservation of environment.

3. The regional approach was developed by
(a) Alexander Von Humboldt.
(b) Karl Ritter
(c) Ptolemy
(d) Ibn-e-Batuta
► (b) Karl Ritter

4. What does we study under physical geography?
(a) Weather
(b) Soil
(c) Atmosphere
(d) All of the above
► (d) All of the above

5. Physical geography deals with the
(a) study of settlements.
(b) study of culture.
(c) study of soils.
(d) study of humans.
► (c) study of soils.

6. Which one of the following is the concern of geography?
(a) To find relationship between two country
(b) To find relationship between two parties
(c) To find relationship between any two phenomena
(d) None of these
► (c) To find relationship between any two phenomena

7. Which of the following is not a sub-branch of biogeography?
(a) Zoo geography
(b) Plant geography
(c) Environmental geography
(d) Climate geography
► (d) Climate geography

8. Which of the following is not studied under population geography?
(a) Sex ratio
(b) Migration
(c) Pollution
(d) Population
► (c) Pollution

9. To sustain our life, we use
(a) technology.
(b) shelter.
(c) resources.
(d) environment.
► (c) resources.

10. Who among the following said that ‘geography is concern with the description and explanation of the areal differentiation of the earth’s surface’?
(a) Herodotus
(b) Eratosthenes
(c) Richard Hartshorne
(d) Galileo
► (c) Richard Hartshorne

11. Which one of the following is associated with biogeography?
(a) Geology
(b) Sociology
(c) Zoology
(d) Climatology
► (c) Zoology

12. Plant geography deals with
(a) spatial pattern of natural vegetation in their habitats.
(b) geographic characteristics of animals and their habitats.
(c) scientific study of the habitats and characteristic of species.
(d) economic activities including agriculture, industry, trade, etc.
► (a) spatial pattern of natural vegetation in their habitats.

13. Which one of the following is not studied under economic geography?
(a) Agriculture
(b) Industry
(c) Transport
(d) Population
► (d) Population

14. Soils are formed by the process of
(a) Soil synthesis.
(b) Pedogenesis.
(c) Photosynthesis.
(d) Radio genesis.
► (b) Pedogenesis.

15. Which one of the following disciplines attempts temporal synthesis?
(a) Sociology
(b) Geography
(c) Anthropology
(d) History
► (a) Sociology

16. Geo-informatics comprising techniques such as
(a) remote sensing, GIS, GPS.
(b) computer cartography.
(c) qualitative techniques.
(d) quantitative techniques.
► (a) remote sensing, GIS, GPS.

17. Regional geography helps in identifying the
(a) realms.
(b) regions.
(c) distributions.
(d) problems.
► (b) regions.

18. Who developed systematic geography?
(a) Hambolt
(b) Karl Ritter
(c) Kumari Sample
(d) Alfred Hartner
► (a) Hambolt
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