MCQ on Sources of Energy

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

MCQ on Sources of Energy

1- When a plate id drop from a height then the …………………energy of the plate is converted to sound energy when it hits the ground.

(A) Potential

(B) Chemical

(C) Electrical

(D) All of the above


2- When we light the candle, the ……………energy in the wax is converted to heat and light energy on burning.

(A) Chemical

(B) Potential

(C) Electrical

(D) None of the above


3- Which of the following options are correct?

  1. Muscular energy is used for carrying out Physical work
  2. Electrical energy is used for running various appliances
  3. Chemical energy is used for cooking food and running vehicles.

 (A) Option 1 and 2 are correct

(B) Option 1, 2 and 3 are correct

(C) Only 3 is correct

(D) None of the above options are correct


4- Which of the following source of heat energy was used in the ancient times?

(A) Coal

(B) Petrol

(C) Wood

(D)  Diesel


5- Which of the following source of energy made industrial revolution possible and the industrialization has led to better quality of life all over the world?

(A) Diesel

(B) Petrol

(C) Wood

(D) Coal


6- Which source of energy is an example of non- renewable sources of energy?

(A) Solar energy

(B) Fossil fuels

(C) Wind energy

(D) None of the above


7- The oxides of carbon, nitrogen and sulphur that are released on burning fossil fuels are …………………leads to acid rain which affects our water and soil resources.

(A) Acidic sulphate

(B) Acidic oxides

(C) Carbon dioxide

(D) None of the above


8- The pollution caused by burning ………………can be reduced by increasing the efficiency of the combustion process.

(A) Wind

(B) Solar

(C) Fossil fuels

(D) None of the above


9- Which of the following is the most popular kitchen fuel in India?

(A) Coal

(B) Wood

(C) Kerosene



10- The availability of electrical energy to each individual in a country is important ………………….to measure the growth of the country.

(A) Parameter

(B) Scale

(C) Both A and B

(D) None of the above



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