MCQ on Lifelines of National Economy

CBSE/NCERT 10th Class MCQ CBSE/NCERT 10th Class MCQ on Geography

21- Which of the following things is/are only possible through the Pipeline transportation?

(A) Crude oil

(B) Agricultural products

(C) Steel

(D) None of the above


22- Solids can also be transported through a pipeline when all solids are converted into………….

(A) Natural gas

(B) Slurry

(C) Oil products

(D) Fertilizers


23- What is/are the important networks of pipeline transportation in India?

(A) Oil field in upper Assam to Kanpur

(B) From Salaya in Gujarat to Jalandhar in Punjab

(C) Both

(D) None of the above


24- Gas pipeline from Hazira in Gujarat connects Jagdishpur in ……………………

(A) Andhra Pradesh

(B) Rajasthan

(C) Madhya Pradesh

(D) Uttar Pradesh


25- …………………are the cheapest means of transport and most suitable for carrying heavy and bulky goods

(A) Roadways

(B) Airways

(C) Railways

(D) Waterways


26- Which of the following is/are correct in reference to National waterways declared by government?

  1. The Ganga River inland between Allahabad and Haldia.
  2. The Brahmaputra River between Sadiya and Dhubri.

(A) Both a and b

(B) Only a

(C) Only b

(D) None of the above


27- Which of the following river in south is used as waterways transportation in India for goods and also declared as national waterway by government?

(A) Saraswati

(B) Godavari

(C) Meghna

(D) None of the above


28- Along with coastline of 7,516 km India notified with ………….major ports and ………….non- major ports.

(A) 16, 200

(B) 14, 200

(C) 12, 200

(D) 10, 200


29- Name the first port which was developed after independence to ease the volume of trade on the Mumbai port?

(A) Kochchi

(B) Mangalore

(C) Mumbai

(D) Kandla


30- Which port in India is a Tidal port?

(A) Kandla

(B) Kochchi

(C) Bangalore

(D) None of the above



21-(A), 22-(B), 23-(C), 24-(D), 25-(D), 26-(A), 27-(B), 28-(C), 29-(D), 30-(A)