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MCQ 16.Environmental Issues / अध्याय : पर्यावरण के मुद्दे

MCQ Test

  • Q:1

    The Environment Protection Act of Government of India was passed in

  • A
    1959
  • B
    1972
  • C
    1986
  • D
    1990
  • Q:2

    Some times secondary pollutants like ozone, PAN (Peroxyacetyl nitrate), HNO3, H2SO4 formed from primary pollutants are more toxic than primary pollutants. This phenomenon of increased toxicity in pollutants is called

  • A
    Eutrophication
  • B
    Green house effect
  • C
    Synergism
  • D
    Biomagnification
  • Q:3

    Brown air causes heart and lung problems and they are carcinogenic. They are caused by

  • A
    Sulphur dioxide
  • B
    Nitrogen oxide
  • C
    Carbon monoxide
  • D
    Nitric acid
  • Q:4

    Effects of pollution is observed first on

  • A
    Herbivores
  • B
    Carnivores
  • C
    Microorganisms
  • D
    Vegetation
  • Q:5

    Rise of atmospheric temperature because of high concentrations of carbon dioxide is known as

  • A
    Biomagnifications
  • B
    Greenhouse effect
  • C
    Ecotone
  • D
    Pollution
  • Q:6

    Maximum ozone depletion has taken in which part of the earth?

  • A
    Antarctic region
  • B
    Arctic region
  • C
    Equator region
  • D
    Midway between equator and poles
  • Q:7

    Which one of the following method is used to remove pollutant gases like sulphur dioxide and ammonia from the atmosphere?

  • A
    Electrostatic converter
  • B
    Scrubber
  • C
    Incinerator
  • D
    Filteration
  • Q:8

    ____________is the form of agriculture which avoids the use of synthetic fertilizers.

  • A
    Agro-chemicals
  • B
    Recycled agriculture
  • C
    Slash agriculture
  • D
    Organic farming
  • Q:9

    Slash and burn agriculture is a characteristic of

  • A
    Organic farming
  • B
    Jhum cultivation
  • C
    Desertification
  • D
    Reforestation
  • Q:10

    According to our National Forest Policy, forests are divided into

  • A
    3 categories
  • B
    4 categories
  • C
    5 categories
  • D
    6 categories