MCQ on Resource and Development

CBSE 10th Class MCQ CBSE Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) CBSE NCERT 10th Class MCQ on Geography

MCQ on Resources and Development:

 1- Which of the following Resources can be classified on the basis of origin?

(A) Biotic and Abiotic

(B) Renewable and Non-renewable

(C) National and international

(D) Potential and Developed stocks

 

2- Which of the following Resources can be classified on the basis of Exhaustibility?

(A) Renewable and Non- renewable

(B) Biotic and Abiotic

(C) Both

(D) None of the above

 

3-…………..are obtained from biosphere and have life such as human beings flora and fauna, fisheries, livestock etc.

(A) Abiotic Resources

(B) Biotic Resources

(C) Both

(D)  None of the above

 

4- Which of the following resource can be use with the help of existing technical know- how?

(A) Renewable Resources

(B) Stocks

(C) Reserves

(D) None of the above

 

5- The Oceanic Resource beyond 200 km of the Exclusive Economic Zone belong to open ocean and no individual and country can utilize it is called………..

(A) Community resources

(B) Individual resources

(C) National resources

(D) International resources

 

6-Resources which are found in a region, but have not been utilised are called…………

(A) Developed resources

(B) Potential resources 

(C) Stock resources

(D) International resources

 

7-Which of the following are examples of community owned resources?

(A) Solar

(B) Village

(C) Water resources

(D) Political resources

 

8- All the resources which are composed of Non- Living things are called…………….

(A) Renewable resources

(B) Biotic resources

(C) Abiotic resources

(D) None of the above

 

9- Which of the following resource can be renewed or reproduced by physical, chemical or mechanical processes?

(A) Wildlife

(B) Wind energy

(C) Solar

(D) All of the above

 

10- All the things which are composed of non living thing are called………….

(A) Abiotic resources

(B) Biotic resources

(C) Renewable resources

(D) Community resources

 

ANSWERS:

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