Geography Semester-1 ISC Specimen Paper Solved Class-12

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Geography Semester-1 ISC Specimen Paper Solved Class-12

Board ISC
Class  12th (XII)
Subject Geography
Topic Semester-1 ISC Specimen Paper Solved
Syllabus  on bifurcated syllabus (after reduction)
session 2021-22
Question Type  MCQ/ Objective (as prescribe by council)
Total
question
Total- 13 with all parts
Max
mark
70

Geography  Semester-1 ISC Specimen Paper Solved Class-12

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Question-1 

Study the outline map of India given below and choose the correct answer from the given options.

(a) What is the angular value of the Standard Meridian of India marked L?

(i) 68° 7´ E

(ii) 37° 6´ E

(iii) 23° 30 N

(iv) 82° 30´ E

Solution

(iv) 82° 30´ E

(b) The mountain range marked M is:

(i) Karakoram Range

(ii) Ladakh Range

(iii) Pir Panjal Range

(iv) Nilgiri Hills

Solution

(iii) Pir Panjal Range

(c) The peak marked X is:

(i) Dodabeta

(ii) Anaimudi

(iii) Pal Ghat

(iv) Guru Shikhar

Solution

(i) Dodabeta

(d) The plateau marked Y is bordered by the Aravali Range in the west and Vindhya Range in the south. This plateau is called:

(i) Baghelkhand Plateau

(ii) Malwa Plateau

(iii) Meghalaya Plateau

(iv) Telangana Plateau

Solution

(ii) Malwa Plateau

(e) The lake marked Z is:

(i) Chilika Lale

(ii) Wular Lake

(iii) Pulicat Lake

(iv) Vembanad Lake

Solution

(iii) Pulicat Lake

(f) The mountain pass marked F, that connects India with China is:

(i) Shipki La

(ii) Bomdi La

(iii) Bhor Ghat

(iv) Nathu La

Solution

(iv) Nathu La

(g) The west flowing river marked R which flows through a rift valley is:

(i) Tapi

(ii) Betwa

(iii) Chambal

(iv) Luni

Solution

(i) Tapi

(h) The atmospheric pressure developed over the region marked P during the summer season is:

(i) High Pressure

(ii) Tropical Depression

(iii) Low Pressure

(iv) None of these

Solution

(iii) Low Pressure

(i) According to the Census (2011), which among the following states has recorded the highest density of population?

(i) B – West Bengal

(ii) D – Uttarakhand

(iii) C – Kerala

(iv) A – Bihar

Solution

(iv) A – Bihar

(j) The city marked H is

(i) Bellary

(ii) Bengaluru

(iii) Hyderabad

(iv) Mangalore

Solution

(ii) Bengaluru

Question-2  Geography Semester-1 ISC Specimen Paper

Choose the correct option for each of the given questions.

(a) Which of the following neighbouring countries share the longest boundary with India?

(i) Pakistan

(ii) China

(iii) Bangladesh

(iv) Nepal

Solution

(iii) Bangladesh

 

(b) The Chaj Doab lies between the rivers:

(i) Beas and Ravi

(ii) Ravi and Chenab

(iii) Beas and Sutlej

(iv) Chenab and Jhelum

Solution

(iv) Chenab and Jhelum

 

(c) The convectional storm occurring in the West Bengal and Assam region during the hot weather season is locally called:

(i) Mango Showers

(ii) Burst of Monsoon

(iii) Kalbaisakhi

(iv) Loo

Solution

(iii) Kalbaisakhi

 

(d) Identify the winds shown in figure A and in figure B.

See figure in Question paper

(i) South East monsoon and North East monsoon

(ii) South West monsoon and North West monsoon

(iii) South East monsoon and North West monsoon

(iv) South West monsoon and North East monsoon

Solution

(iv) South West monsoon and North East monsoon

 

(e) Study the climatic data for Station A and answer the questions that follow

See figure in Question paper

(i) The total rainfall in the monsoon period is:

(1) 1603 cm

(2) 1605 cm

(3) 1503 cm

(4) 1306 cm

Solution

(1) 1603 cm

 

(ii) The annual range of temperature is:

(1) 8ºC

(2) 5ºC

(3) 6ºC

(4) 3ºC

Solution

(3) 6ºC

 

Question-3

Study the pair of statements given below. Choose the most appropriate option given after each of the pairs of statements.

(a)

Statement A – The rivers form deltas in the east coast due to its long mountain course and they carry a lot of sediments.

Statement B – The steep slope of the Eastern Ghats and the narrow east coast plain does not favour in the formation of delta in the east coast.

(i) Both the Statements A and B are correct

(ii) Both the Statements A and B are incorrect.

(iii) Statement B is correct, and Statement A is incorrect.

(iv) Statement A is correct, and Statement B is incorrect.

Solution

(iv) Statement A is correct, and Statement B is incorrect.

 

(b)

Statement A – The average annual rainfall in Eastern Himalayas is less than 100 cm.

Statement B – The Western Himalayas lie to the west of 860W longitude.

(i) Both the Statements A and B are correct.

(ii) Both the Statements A and B are incorrect.

(iii) Statement B is correct, and Statement A is incorrect.

(iv) Statement A is correct, and Statement B is incorrect.

Solution

(ii) Both the Statements A and B are incorrect.

 

(c)

Statement A – The forests are known as index of prosperity.

Statement B – Natural Vegetation is based on the climate of a place.

(i) Both the Statements A and B are correct.

(ii) Both the Statements A and B are incorrect.

(iii) Statement B is correct, and Statement A is incorrect.

(iv) Statement A is correct, and Statement B is incorrect.

Solution

(i) Both the Statements A and B are correct.

 

(d)

Statement A – The Chipko movement is a tree planting movement.

Statement B – Trees add organic matter to the soil.

(i) Both the Statements A and B are correct.

(ii) Both the Statements A and B are incorrect

(iii) Statement B is correct and Statement A is incorrect

(iv) Statement A is correct and Statement B is incorrect.

Solution

(iii) Statement B is correct and Statement A is incorrect

 

Question-4  Geography Semester-1 ISC Specimen Paper

Choose the correct option to complete the given sentences-

(a) __________________________________ is growing trees in the fields in place of food and agricultural crops for direct profit.

(i) Agro – forestry

(ii) Commercial farm forestry

(iii) Community forestry

(iv) Urban forestry

Solution

(ii) Commercial farm forestry

 

(b) The land area of Australia is _________________ lakh sq km.

(i) 76.25

(ii) 78.99

(iii) 76.86

(iv) 78.25

Solution

(iii) 76.86

(c) The highest mountain peak of Himalayas in India is ______________________ .

(i) Godwin Austin

(ii) Kanchenjunga

(iii) Mt Everest

(iv) Nanda Devi

Solution

(i) Godwin Austin

 

(d) The __________________ river is also called Vridha Ganga.

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