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CTET/ UPTET 2019 Exam – Social Science Questions | 3rd September 2019

CTET/ UPTET 2019 Exam – Social Science Questions | 3rd September 2019_30.1

Dear Readers, Everything that studies our society and the way we interact with each other in it, is a social science.This section NOT ONLY comes CTET Exam  but also come in other TET Exam also i.e UPTET Exam , UPTET Exam  & DSSSB Exam  etc. So, we will provide you the questions which will help you in preparing for Exam.

Q1.Which of the following is not a characteristic of continental shelves? 
इनमें से क्या महाद्वीपीय मग्नतट की विशेषता नहीं है?
(a) Oil and gas reserves / तेल और गैस भंडार
(b) Sites of productive fishing grounds / मछली पकड़ने के उत्पादक मैदानी क्षेत्र
(c) Large stores of sand and gravel / रेत और बजरी के बड़े भंडार
(d) Sites of well-developed submarine canyons/ अच्छी तरह से विकसित पनडुब्बी घाटी के क्षेत्र

Q2. Which one among the following has the maximum no. of National Parks?
निम्नलिखित में से कहाँ राष्ट्रीय उद्यान की अधिकतम संख्या है?
(a) Madhya Pradesh/ मध्य प्रदेश
(b) Punjab/ पंजाब
(c) Arunachal Pradesh/ अरुणाचल प्रदेश
(d) Meghalaya/ मेघालय

Q3. The boundary of Malwa plateau on the south is 
दक्षिण में मालवा पठार की सीमा है?
(a) Kanyakumari / कन्याकूमारी
(b) Palakondas / पालकोंडास
(c) Vindhyas/ विंध्य
(d) Rajmahal hills / राजमहल पर्वत
Q4. Which of the following river flows between Vindhya and satpura ranges? 
निम्नलिखित में से कौन सी नदी विंध्य और सतपुरा पर्वतमाला के बीच बहती है?
(a) Tapati / तापती
(b) Godavari / गोदावरी
(c) Narmada/ नर्मदा
(d) Krishna / कृष्णा 

Q5.In India, which one of the following States has the largest inland saline wetland?
भारत में, निम्नलिखित में से किस राज्य में सबसे बड़ा अंतर्देशीय खारी आर्द्रभूमि है
(a) Haryana/ हरियाणा
(b) Rajasthan/ राजस्थान
(c) M.P./मध्यप्रदेश
(d) Gujrat/ गुजरात

Q6.The formation of metamorphic rocks takes place 
रूपांतर चट्टानों का गठन___________स्थान पर होता है
(a) always in the liquid state / तरल अवस्था में
(b) always in the solid state/ ठोस अवस्था में
(c) sometimes in the solid and sometimes in the liquid state / कभी-कभी ठोस अवस्था में और कभी-कभी तरल अवस्था में
(d) always by chemical recombination process/ हमेशा रासायनिक पुनर्मूल्यांकन प्रक्रिया में

Q7.Which one of the following types of coal contains a higher percentage of carbon than the rest. 
निम्नलिखित में से किस प्रकार के कोयले में से अन्य प्रकारों की तुलना में कार्बन का उच्च प्रतिशत होता है. 
(a) Anthracite/एंथ्रासाइट
(b) Bituminous coal / बिटुमिनस कोयले
(c) Lignite    / लिग्नाइट
(d) Peat / पीट

Q8. The coral reefs are the common characteristic of 
प्रवाल भित्ति ________ की आम विशेषता है.
(a) Indian Ocean   / हिंद महासागर
(b) Pacific Ocean / प्रशांत महासागर
(c) Atlantic Ocean  / अटलांटिक महासागर
(d) Mediterranean Sea/ भूमध्य सागर

Q9. Which one of the ocean touches the shores of Asia on one side and that of America on the other?
निम्नलिखित में से कौन सा महासागर एक तरफ एशिया के किनारे को और दूसरी तरफ अमेरिका को छूता है?
(a) Indian Ocean   / हिंद महासागर
(b) Pacific Ocean / प्रशांत महासागर
(c) Atlantic Ocean / अटलांटिक महासागर
(d) Antarctic Ocean/ अंटार्कटिक महासागर

Q10. Which of these is not true about ocean currents? 
इनमें से क्या महासागर धारा के बारे में सत्य नहीं है?
(a) They affect commerce because they keep the harbours open even during winter. /वे वाणिज्य को प्रभावित करते हैं क्योंकि वे सर्दियों के दौरान भी बंदरगाहों को खोले रखते हैं
(b) Water of the ocean is kept pure. / महासागर का पानी शुद्ध रखते है.
(c) Warm equatorial currents raise the temperature while the polar currents lower the temperature of the place through which they pass. /गर्म भूमध्य धराएं तापमान बढ़ाती हैं जबकि ध्रुवीय धाराएं उस स्थान के तापमान को कम करती हैं जिसके माध्यम से वे गुजरते हैं
(d) They do not affect rainfall over the coast./ वे तट पर वर्षा को प्रभावित नहीं करते हैं
Solutions
S1.Ans.(d)
Exp.Land that extends from a continent under the ocean is called a continental shelf. A shelf is not very deep, when compared to ocean depths beyond. A continental shelf is usually less than 500 feet below the ocean’s surface 
S2.Ans.(a)
Exp.Total number of National Parks in Madhya Pradesh is Nine (9).  
S3.Ans.(c)
Exp.The Malwa region occupies a plateau in western Madhya Pradesh and south-eastern Rajasthan with Gujarat in the west.Malwa is bounded in the north-east by the Hadoti region, in the north-west by the Mewar region, in the west by the Vagad region and Gujarat. To the south and east is the Vindhya Range and to the north is the Bundelkhand upland. 
S4.Ans.(c)
Exp.The Narmada originates in eastern Madhya Pradesh ( India) and flows west across the state, through a narrow valley between the Vindhya Range and spurs of the Satpura Range. It flows into the Gulf of Khambhat. 
Ans.5.(b)
Exp.The Sambhar Salt Lake, India’s largest inland salt lake, is located 96 km southwest of the city of Jaipur (Northwest India) and 64 km northeast of Ajmer along National Highway 8 in Rajasthan. it surrounds the historical Sambhar Lake Town. 
S6.Ans.(b)
Exp.Metamorphic rock is rock that has been altered by heat or by heat and pressure. ‘Metamorphic’ means ‘change of form’; heat and pressure can change the forms of many things, for example, a glassmaker uses heat to change a certain kind of sand into glass. Rocks change when mountain-building forces apply a great deal of pressure and heat to them.These rocks formed from other rocks by essentially solid state changes in mineralogy and textures resulting from chemical or physical changes that occur in solid rock buried in the earth’s crust are called metamorphic rocks.
S7.Ans.(a)
Exp.Anthracite, often referred to as hard coal, is a hard, compact variety of coal that has a submetallic luster. It has the highest carbon content, the fewest impurities, and the highest energy density of all types of coal except for graphite and is the highest ranking of coal. 
S8.Ans.(b)
Exp.Most coral reefs exist in shallow waters less than 50 m deep. Some inhabit tropical continental shelves where cool, nutrient rich upwelling does not occur, such as Great Barrier Reef. Others are found in the deep ocean surrounding islands or as atolls, such as in the Maldives. The reefs surrounding islands form when islands subside into the ocean, and atolls form when an island subsides below the surface of the sea.Coral reefs are estimated to cover 284,300 km2 (109,800 sq mi),just under 0.1% of the oceans’ surface area. The Indo-Pacific region (including the Red Sea, Indian Ocean, Southeast Asia and the Pacific) account for 91.9% of this total.
S9.Ans.(b)
Exp.Pacific Ocean is the largest ocean in the world. Covering almost one third of the earth’s surface area, Pacific Ocean has a total area of about 165.25 million square kilometres. Pacific Ocean corresponds to 46 percent of the earth’s water surface and is larger than all the land area on the earth combined together. The ocean is bounded by Americas in the east and Asia and Australia in the west. 
S10.Ans.(d)
Exp.An ocean current is a seasonal directed movement of sea water generated by forces acting upon this mean flow, such as wind, the Coriolis effect, breaking waves, cabbing, temperature and salinity differences, while tides are caused by the gravitational pull of the Sun and Moon. Depth contours, shoreline configurations, and interactions with other currents influence a current’s direction and strength. Ocean currents are primarily horizontal water movements.Ocean currents plays a dominant role in determining the climate of many of the Earth’s regions.

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