MCQ on India: Climate – Vegetation and Wildlife

CBSE /NCERT 6th Class MCQ on Geography CBSE/NCERT 6th Class MCQ

MCQ on INDIA: Climate – Vegetation and Wildlife

1- ……… about day to day changes in the atmosphere which includes changes in temperature, rainfall and sunshine.

(A) Weather

(B) Season

(C) Climate

(D) Monsoon


2- Match the following:

(a) Cold weather Season                     1. December to February

(b) Hot weather Season                       2. March to May

(c) Southwest Monsoon                       3. June to September

(d) Season of Retreating Monsoon      4. October to November


(A) a-1, b-2, c-3, d-4

(B) a-2, b-3, c-4, d-1

(C) a-3, b-4, c-2, d-1

(D) None of the above


3- During the ……….  Season, the sun rays do not fall directly in the region.

(A) Summer Season

(B) Winter Season

(C) Autumn Season

(D) Rainy Season


4- During winter season the temperature will be…………….in northern region.

(A) High

(B)  Medium

(C) Low

(D) No change


5- During Summer or Hot Season, sun rays more or less directly falls on the region and temperature of the region becomes very ………………

(A) No change

(B) Medium

(C) Low

(D) High


6- Which of the following season is marked by the onset and advance of monsoon?

(A) Autumn Season

(B) Rainy Season

(C) Summer Season

(D) Winter Season


7- In which season does the wind blows from Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal towards the land and carry moisture with them and strike with the mountains barriers, rainfall occurs?

(A) Retreating Monsoon

(B) South West Monsoon

(C) Hot Weather Season

(D) Cold Weather Season


8- In which season does the wind moves back from the mainland to the Bay of Bengal?

(A) Hot Weather Season

(B) South West Monsoon

(C) Season of Retreating Monsoon

(D) Cod Weather Season


9- Which part of India receives rain in the retreating monsoon?

(A) Eastern part

(B) Western part

(C) Northern part

(D) Southern part


10- The ……………….is about the average weather condition which have been measured over many years

(A) Climate

(B) Monsoon

(C) Rainfall

(D) Atmosphere



1-(A), 2-(A), 3-(B), 4-(C), 5-(D), 6-(B), 7-(B), 8-(C), 9-(D), 10-(A)