# Class 11 Swadesh Adhyayan MCQ Chapter 1 Locational Significance, Physiography Divisions, Climate & Soil

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## Class 11 Swadesh Adhyayan MCQ Chapter 1 Locational Significance, Physiography Divisions, Climate & Soil

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### Locational Significance, Physiography Divisions, Climate & Soil

Chapter – 1

1. Total Geographical area of Assam are–

(i) 78,423 sq km.

(ii) 87,423 sq km.

(iii) 97,423 sq km.

(iv) 47,423 sq km.

Ans: (i) 78,423 sq km.

2. Total number of district in Assam at present–

(i) 35

(ii) 30

(iii) 33

(iv) 28

Ans: 35

3. Total land area of North-East are–

(i) 2,55,083 sq km.

(ii) 2,56,083 sq km.

(iii) 2,55,073 sq km.

(iv) 2,56,088 sq km.

Ans: (i) 2,55,083 sq km.

4. How many major physiographic divisions in Assam?

(i) 2

(ii) 3

(iii) 4

(iv) 6

Ans: (ii) 3

5. Which is the following is the correct geographical location of Assam?

(i) 24°3/ North to 27° 58/ North Parallels and from 89°5/ East meridian in the West to 96°1/ North longitude in the East.

(ii) 24°3/ South to 27° 58/ South Parallels and from 89°5/ East meridian in the West to 96°1/ North longitude in the East.

(iii) 23°3/ North to 28° 58/ North Parallels and from 89°5/ East meridian in the West to 86°1/ North longitude in the East.

(iv) 24°3/ North to 27° 58/ North Parallels and from 89°5/ west meridian in the West to 96°1/ North longitude in the West.

Ans: (i) 24°3/ North to 27° 58/ North Parallels and from 89°5/ East meridian in the West to 96°1/ North longitude in the East.

6. Which two foreign countries are sharing common boundaries with Assam?

(iii) China and Nepal.

7. The Indian States sharing common boundaries with Assam are- Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Meghalaya and ___________________.

(i) Sikkim.

(ii) Koch Bihar.

(iii) Odisha.

(iv) West Bengal.

Ans: (iv) West Bengal.

8. The total area of plateau region in Assam are—

(i) 74,000 sq km.

(ii) 78,000 sq km.

(iii) 55,000 sq km.

(iv) 80,000 sq km.

Ans: (i) 74,000 sq km.

9. __________________ platform separates the Karbi- Rengma plateau from the Barail Range of Dima Hasao.

(i) Kopili Dabaka.

(ii) Barak.

(iii) Patkai.

(iv) Dambukso.

Ans: (i) Kopili Dabaka.

10. The highest peaks of Karbi-Rengma plateau is–

(i) Simhashion.

(ii) Dambukso.

(iii) Patkai.

(iv) Borail.

Ans: (ii) Dambukso.

11. Western part beyond kopili basin the rest segment of Karbi plateau is known as ___________________.

(i) Dabaka plateau.

(ii) Danbukso plateau.

(iii) Hamren plateau.

(iv) Rengma plateau.

Ans: (iii) Hamren plateau.

12. Which name the part of Patkai range in southern part of Myanmar is known?

(i) Regu Yoma.

(ii) Arakan Yoma.

(iii) Himalayan Yoma.

(iv) Patkai Yoma.

Ans: (i) Regu Yoma.

13. Which name the part of Patkai range in  Northern part of Myanmar is known?

(i) Regu Yoma.

(ii) Arakan Yoma.

(iii) Himalayan Yoma.

(iv) Patkai Yoma.

Ans: (ii) Arakan Yoma.

14. In which district is the Borail hill situated?

(i) Karbi Anglong.

(ii) Hailakandi.

(iii) Dima Hasao.

(iv) West Karbi Anglong.

Ans: (iii) Dima Hasao.

15. Where is Jatinga situated?

(i) Karbi Anglong.

(ii) Hailakandi.

(iii) Dima Hasao.

(iv) West Karbi Anglong.

Ans: (iii) Dima Hasao.

16. The plain region of Assam can be subdivided into two regions. One is called Brahmaputra valley and another is called _________________.

(i) Barak valley.

(ii) Cachar.

(iii) Dima Hasao.

(iv) Karbi Anglong.

Ans: (i) Barak valley.

17. Barak valley is also known as the ________________.

(i) Surama Valley.

(ii) Cachar.

(iii) Dima Hasao.

(iv) Karbi Anglong.

Ans: (i) Surama Valley.

18. Which of the following is a tributary of Barak river?

(ii) Buroi.

(iii) Dikhow.

(iv) Dhaleswari.

Ans: (iv) Dhaleswari.

19. How many tributaries flowing on the north bank of the Brahmaputra?

(i) 57

(ii) 32

(iii) 25

(iv) 29

Ans: (i) 57

20. How many tributaries flowing on the South bank of the Brahmaputra?

(i) 57

(ii) 32

(iii) 25

(iv) 29

Ans: (ii) 32

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