Travel Environmental Studies Pedagogy CTET MCQ

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Travel Environmental Studies Pedagogy CTET MCQ

01 A person living in Gandhi Dham (Gujarat) wants to visit first Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh) and then Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh). The directions of his journey will be

  1. first towards South and then towards East
  2. first towards East and then towards South
  3. first towards West and then towards South
  4. first towards South and then towards West

Option 2 – first towards East and then towards South

02 On a city map it was mentioned: “Scale 1 cm = 110 m”. If the distance between two localities on the map is 15 cm, then the actual distance between the two localities is

  1. 1.65 km
  2. 1165 cm
  3. 1100 m
  4. 1500 m

Option 1 – 1.65 km

03 Mount Everest is a part of

  1. Myanmar
  2. India
  3. Tibet
  4. Nepal

Option 4 – Nepal

04 Who was Al-Beruni?

  1. A traveller who travelled from kashmir to kanyakumari to study the culture of Indian people
  2. A Qutubshahi sulthan who ruled our country for about 40 years
  3. A trader from Afghanistan who came to study the dryfruit markets of our country
  4. A traveller from Uzbekistan who wrote a book which is helpful to know the past of our country

Option 4 – A traveller from Uzbekistan who wrote a book which is helpful to know the past of our country

05 A train started from Gandhi Dham on 16th July 2014 at 05:15 h and reached Nagercoil on 18th July 2014 at 04:45 h. The distance covered by the train is 2649 km. The average speed of the train, in km/h is nearly

  1. 57
  2. 56
  3. 55
  4. 54

Option 2 – 56

06 Select the correct statements about Mount Everest

  1. It is a part of Jammu and Kashmir and the height of its peak is 8900 m
  2. It is a part of Nepal and the height of its peak is 8900 m
  3. It is a part of India and the height of its peak is 9850 m
  4. It is a part of Tibet and the height of its peak is 9850 m

Option 2 – It is a part of Nepal and the height of its peak is 8900 m

07 With respect to the location of Delhi on the map of India, the capital of Himachal Pradesh (Shimla) and the capital of Madhya Pradesh (Bhopal) are located respectively in its

  1. North-East and North-West
  2. South-West and South-East
  3. North and South
  4. South-East and North-West

Option 3 – North and South

08 Harpreet wants to suggest to her students are to how an individual can contribute in the best possible way towards environmental protection. Her best suggestion would be

  1. use public transport system for travelling
  2. do not keep a personal vehicle like car, scooter etc
  3. avoid frequent travel outside the home
  4. get the engine of personal vehicle checked regularly

Option 1 – use public transport system for travelling

09 The neighbouring states of kerala are

  1. Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh
  2. Karnataka and Maharashtra
  3. Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka
  4. Karnataka and Tamil Nadu

Option 4 – Karnataka and Tamil Nadu

10 A person boarded a train on 02.01.2015 at Madgaon for Nagercoil. The train departed from Madgaon at 07:45 h and reached Nagercoil at 04:45 h on the next day i.e 03.01.2015. If the distance between these two stations is 1140 km, the average speed of the train was approximately

  1. 54 km/h
  2. 51 km/h
  3. 59 km/h
  4. 57 km/h

Option 1 – 54 km/h

11 A person living in New Delhi wants to visit first Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh) and then Ranchi (Jharkhand). The directions of his journey will be first towards

  1. East and then towards South
  2. West and then towards South
  3. South and then towards East
  4. South and then towards West

Option 3 – South and then towards East

12 On a state map, at its one corner it is mentioned: “Scale 1 cm = 110 m”. If on the map the measured distance between any two cities is 9.7 cm, the actual distance between the two cities is approximately

  1. 1.067 km
  2. 2.01 km
  3. 11 km
  4. 10 km

Option 1 – 1.067 km

13 A person boarded an express train on 30th August, 2015 at Ahmedabad for Trivandrum. The train departed from Ahmedabad at 13:30 h and reached Trivandrum at 7:30 h on 1st September, 2015. If the distance between Ahmedabad and Trivandrum is 2268 km, the average speed of the train between the two stations was

  1. 42 m/s
  2. 15 m/s
  3. 9 m/s
  4. 54 m/s

Option 2 – 15 m/s

14 Gurpreet travels for the first time from New Delhi to Chennai in a train. Which one of the following rivers is he not likely to cross during his train journey?

  1. Godavari
  2. Ganga
  3. Krishna
  4. Narmada

Option 2 – Ganga

15 The neighbouring states of Tamil Nadu are

  1. Kerala, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh
  2. Kerala, Gujarat and Karnataka
  3. Andhra Pradesh, Goa and Karnataka
  4. Goa, Karnataka and Kerala

Option 1 – Kerala, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh

16 When one is travelling from Ahmedabad to Kerala by train, one comes across many tunnels. These tunnels are in the hills of

  1. Vindhyachal
  2. Aravallis
  3. Western Ghats
  4. Eastern Ghats

Option 3 – Western Ghats

17 The Earth is round. There is actually no ‘ up ‘ and ‘ down ‘ on the Earth and it is just relative. We, the people of India, actually stand upside down in relation to the people of

  1. Alaska (USA)
  2. Libya
  3. Algeria
  4. Argentina

Option 4 – Argentina

18 Which of the following are the neighbouring states of Jammu and Kashmir?

  1. Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand
  2. Himachal Pradesh, Punjab
  3. Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh
  4. Uttarakhand, Rajasthan

Option 2 – Himachal Pradesh, Punjab

19 Which of the following statements is incorrect?

  1. In India, dry deserts are found in Rajasthan and Ladakh
  2. Himalayan mountains are found in India only
  3. India is surrounded by Myanmar on East and Bangladesh is between West Bengal and Tripura
  4. India also shares boundary with Afghanistan, but area that has boundary with Afghanistan is present in Pakistan occupied Kashmir

Option 2 – Himalayan mountains are found in India only

20 If one is going to Hyderabad from Vishakapatnam and then to Indore in which direction that person will be traveling?

  1. North-East and North-West
  2. West and North-West
  3. South and West
  4. South and North-East

Option 2 – West and North-West

21 Which of the following statements is incorect?

  1. Andhra Pradesh is surrounded by Telangana and Karnataka
  2. Andhra Pradesh and Telangana shares their capital city
  3. Odisha does not share boundary within Andhra Pradesh
  4. Gujarat shares boundary with Madhya Pradesh

Option 3 – Odisha does not share boundary within Andhra Pradesh

22 Which of the following statements is incorrect?

  1. Roadways transport most of the easily perishable goods
  2. Major portion of export is transported through airways
  3. Railways transport heavy material with in country easily in comparison to roadways
  4. Railways is more economical means of transport in comparison to roadways

Option 2 – Major portion of export is transported through airways

23 Which of the following statements is incorrect?

  1. Assam is present in the eastern part of India
  2. Rajasthan is surrounded by Punjab on its northern border
  3. Haryana and Uttar Pradesh
  4. Madhya Pradesh shares border with Jharkhand

Option 4 – Madhya Pradesh shares border with Jharkhand

24 What will be the direction of travel from Lucknow to Ranchi and from Ranchi to Bhubaneswar?

  1. South-East and then South
  2. South and South
  3. East and South
  4. South and East

Option 1 – South-East and then South

25 Direction of travel when person is travelling from Bikaner to Jaipur and from Jaipur to Gandhinagar?

  1. South-East and South-West
  2. West and South-East
  3. North and South
  4. West and East

Option 1 – South-East and South-West

26 What will be the direction of travel from Raipur to Bhopal?

  1. North-West
  2. West
  3. North
  4. North-East

Option 1 – North-West

27 Consider the following statements and which among them is incorrect?

  1. Bhutan is located between Sikkim and Arunchal Pradesh
  2. Meghalaya is situated between Bangladesh and Assam
  3. Nagaland is situated south of manipur
  4. Tamil Nadu is southern most state of India

Option 3 – Nagaland is situated south of manipur

28 Which of the following statements is incorrect?

  1. While going from Shillong to Dispur one will be travelling in North direction
  2. In travelling from Gwalior to Bhopal one will be travelling in South direction
  3. From Panji Mahe is in North direction
  4. From Mumbai, Dadra and Nagar Haveli is in North direction

Option 3 – From Panji Mahe is in North direction

29 Which of the following is the highest road in the world?

  1. Srinagar-Kargil-Leh
  2. Leh-Manali highway
  3. Srinagar-Muzaffarabad highway
  4. Karakoram highway

Option 2 – Leh-Manali highway

30 Which of the following National waterways is longest in length?

  1. Allahabad-Haldia
  2. Talchal-Dhamra
  3. Sadiya-Dhubri
  4. Wazirabad to Vijayawada

Option 1 – Allahabad-Haldia

31 Which of the following statements is incorrect?

  1. Buckingham canal is the longest fresh water navigation canal in India
  2. In kerala, lakes are called Lagoons
  3. In India, there are 4 National waterways
  4. Shortest waterway in India is Lakhipur and Bhanga on Barak river

Option 3 – In India, there are 4 National waterways

32 Which of the following is correctly paired?

  1. Rajiv Gandhi International Airport : Ahmedabad
  2. Kempegowda International Airport : Chennai
  3. Meenambakkam International Airport : Bengaluru
  4. Dambolim Airport : Goa

Option 4 – Dambolim Airport : Goa

33 Which of the following among the given statements is incorrect?

  1. thing float in the space due to absence of gravity
  2. In space, water floats as blobs
  3. In space, gravity will be felt only in spacecraft
  4. shooting star is called meteoroid

Option 3 – In space, gravity will be felt only in spacecraft

34 Which of the following statements is incorrect?

  1. Eco-tourism aims at promoting conservation of nature
  2. Eco-tourism presents natural beauty to the tourist
  3. Eco-tourism causes destruction of nature by commercialization of natures beauty
  4. Eco-tourism in India can be found in Kerala, North Eastern India

Option 3 – Eco-tourism causes destruction of nature by commercialization of natures beauty

35 A person gave a description about a place and he said ” It is located in a desert and everywhere it is sand and sand. Only, plant date palm grows in this area. At this place, only tall buildings is present and buildings have big windows, but due to heat window can’t be opened. At this place, Arabic is spoken and currency used is Dirham. ” A person is talking about which place?

  1. Dubai
  2. Aldera
  3. Abu Dhabi
  4. Kuwait

Option 3 – Abu Dhabi

36 Which among the given statements is incorrect?

  1. Fateh Darwaza is located in the Golconda fort
  2. In fort many cannon, garden, fields and factories were present
  3. In the fort only king and his noble used to live
  4. Fort was surrounded by a moat for ensuring security

Option 3 – In the fort only king and his noble used to live

37 Which of the following statements regarding fosil fuel is incorrect?

  1. Fossil fuel are hydrocarbon in nature
  2. Fossil fuel are non-renewable in nature except compressed natural gas (CNG)
  3. Crude petroleum undergoes fractional distillation to produce petrol, diesel, paraffin etc
  4. Each petroleum product have their specific smell, viscosity and colour

Option 2 – Fossil fuel are non-renewable in nature except compressed natural gas (CNG)

38 Which among them is incorrectly paired? ( Travel Environmental Studies Pedagogy CTET MCQ )

  1. coal-cooking electricity generation
  2. petrol-automobile
  3. diesel-streamer and aeroplanes
  4. gasoline-aeroplanes

Option 3 – diesel-streamer and aeroplanes

39 Which among the following statements is incorrect? ( Travel Environmental Studies Pedagogy CTET MCQ )

  1. CNG is more efficient fuel than petrol and diesel
  2. Petrol and diesel combustion leaves unburnt particle and also releases particulate matter in atmosphere
  3. To reduce air pollution by transport, use of public transport should be promoted
  4. Most of the electricity produced these days are through renewable means

Option 4 – Most of the electricity produced these days are through renewable means

40 A train started from Chennai from 7:45 hr and reached Bengaluru by 14:15 hr and covered a distance 415 km, what was average speed during journey? ( Travel Environmental Studies Pedagogy CTET MCQ )

  1. 1.10 km/min
  2. 63.84 km/hr
  3. 64 km/hr
  4. 18 m/sec

Option 2 – 63.84 km/hr

41 On map if 1 cm mean 2:15 km then what is distance between 2 places when it is separated in map by 75 cm

  1. 161.25 km
  2. 160 km
  3. 161 km
  4. 161.5 km

Option 1 – 161.25 km

42 Which among them is incorrect pair? ( Travel Environmental Studies Pedagogy CTET MCQ )

  1. Megasthenes : Greek
  2. Ibn-Battuta : Morroco
  3. Al-Beruni : Mahmud of Ghazni
  4. Vasco-Da-Gama : Spanish

Option 4 – Vasco-Da-Gama : Spanish

43 The skills required to read a map include

  1. excellent communication skills to draw out the expressive ability
  2. ability to understand relative position of places
  3. excellent drawing and painting skills
  4. ability to use calculations and sketch positions on a globe

Option 2 – ability to understand relative position of places

44 A shouting star is a

  1. meteoroid which catches fire as it enters the Earth’s atmosphere
  2. star which moves with a constant speed
  3. shining object which moves with a constant speed in the atmosphere
  4. star with a tail at the end

Option 1 – meteoroid which catches fire as it enters the Earth’s atmosphere

45 All big cities are facing the problem of environmental pollution as a result of a large number of vehicles on the roads. The best way an individual in the city can contribute towards environmental protection is by

  1. getting the engine of personal vehicle checked regularly for environmental safe limits
  2. using a public transport system for travelling
  3. avoiding frequent travel outside the home
  4. not keeping a personal vehicle like scooter, car etc

Option 2 – using a public transport system for travelling

46 Which one of the following best describes the features on the surface of the moon? ( Travel Environmental Studies Pedagogy CTET MCQ )

  1. No air, no gravity, smooth surface
  2. No water, enough air, high mountains
  3. No water, deep craters, high mountains
  4. No air, no gravity, no water

Option 3 – No water, deep craters, high mountains

47 Select the correct characteristics of petroleum from the following

  1. pleasant smelling, thin, blue colored liquid
  2. dense and dark fluid without smell
  3. smelly, thick, dark colored oil
  4. smelly, thin, pale liquid

Option 3 – smelly, thick, dark colored oil

48 Select the correct statement about bronze which was used in making big guns (cannons) found in the fort of Golconda

  1. Bronze is an alloy of copper and tin
  2. Bronze is an alloy of copper and platinum
  3. Bronze is an element
  4. Bronze is an alloy of copper and zinc

Option 1 – Bronze is an alloy of copper and tin

49 Al-Beruni came from a country now called

  1. Uzbekistan
  2. Oman
  3. Afghanistan
  4. Bangladesh

Option 1 – Uzbekistan

50 Select the one which is different from the others

  1. Grease
  2. Coal
  3. Petrol
  4. Paraffin wax

Option 2 – Coal

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