CBSE Class 12 Geography Board Exam 2020: Check Important MCQs & Answers
Check important MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions) for CBSE Class 12th Geography Board Exam 2020. This article is based on the latest CBSE Exam Pattern.
CBSE Class 12th Geography Board Exam is due on July 13, 2020. CBSE has changed the exam pattern for most papers of Class 12th Board Exams 2020. This year the Class 12th Geography paper, unlike the previous years, will have Ques 1-18 Ques as multiple-choice questions. These MCQs will carry 1 mark each. The new pattern for Geography Board Exam 2020 will have 30 questions in total. This includes 18 MCQs, 6 questions for 3 marks each, 6 questions for 5 marks each, and 2 map based questions that would carry 5 marks each. To help the students in the revision as per the new exam pattern we have provided a list of important MCQsin this article.
Ques 1 Which one of the following is the main reason for male migration in India?
- Work and employment
Ans: c) Work and employment.
Ques 2 Which one of the following is not a Push factor?
- Water Shortage
- Medical/Educational facilities
Ans: Medical/Educational facilities
Ques 3 Which one of the following is not a Plantation Crop?
Ques 4 Which one of the following is a land locked harbor?
Ques 5 Name the Headquarters of Northern Railway Zone of India
- New Delhi
Ans: New Delhi
Ques 6 South-West monsoon in India coincides with which cropping season? a. Kharif
- None of the above
Ques 7 Which of the following is/are not a factor(s) of soil formation?
- Soil texture
- Organic matter
- All of the above
Ans: Soil texture
Ques 8 What is the total percent of forest cover in the world?
Ques 9 Which one of the following group of cities have been arranged in the sequence of their ranks i.e., 1,2,3 and 4 in size ?
- Greater Mumbai, Bangaluru, Kolkata, Chennai.
- Delhi, Greater Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata.
- Kolkata, Greater Mumbai, Chennai, Delhi.
- Greater Mumbai, Kolkata, Delhi, Chennai.
Ans: Greater Mumbai, Kolkata, Delhi and Chennai
Ques 10 Which one of the following is the largest linguistic group of India? a. Sino – Tibetan
- Indo – Aryan
Ans: Indo Aryan