100 MCQ of Environmental studies-2

MCQ of environmental Studies for CTET and TET.

MCQ of Environmental studies

In the Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) or CTET, Environmental studies is the major subject to pass this examination. Here in this page we have posted some important questions of EVS in the MCQ form to read and revise. Scroll the page and read it.

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Questions
1) Which is the characteristics of a family?
1) Universality
2) Sense of responsibility
3) Social Control
4) All of the above
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2) Paramecium is a ——————-organism.
1) Unicellular
2) Multicellular
3) Mammals
4) Invertabrates
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3) Which is not the part of the plant?
1) Root
2) Leaves
3) stem
4) Haabitat
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4) What is friendship?
1) Mutual relationship of affection, trust, cooperation and support between people.
2) True friend shares joy and sorrow.
3) Friend leaves an important impact on overall development of a child.
4) All of the above
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5) Which one of the following animal can crawl, run and fly?
1) Frog
2) Owl
3) Cockroach
4) None of these
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6) What do you understand by heredity?
1) Heredity means passing down of characteristics from parents to children.
2) Differences between members of the same family.
3) Matching of the same blood group.
4) None of the above.
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7) The part of the plant which prevent soil erosion?
1) Stem
2) Leaves
3)Root
4) Flower
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8) Which of the following is the example of Reflex action?
1) Saliva comes in mouth after seeing tasty food.
2) Cockroaches hide after seeing light
3) Flowers become close after sunlight
4) All of the above
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9) Relation between mother and father comes under which relationship?
1) Marital relationship
2) Blood relationship
3) Both 1 and 2
4) Neither 1 nor 2
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10) The different pattern on the skin of animals are:-
1) An indication of their physical strength
2) Due to the reflect light
3) Due to the hair on their skin
4) Due to the weather condition they live in
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11) Which one is the example of adventitious roots?
1) Sweet potato
2) Potato
3) Radish
4) Onion
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12) From where does the child get first lesson of socialisation?
1) From Family
2) From School
3) From Cultural Centre
4) From Religious centres
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13) In a pond, Flamingoes and fishes are living in a relationship of–
1) commensalism
2) Symbiotic Relationship
3) Competition
4) Predation
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14) A plant with weak stem is—
1) Mint
2) Sunflower
3) Lemon
4)China Rose
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15) Which of the following birds make its nest among the thorns of a cactus plant?
1) Weaverbird
2) Robin Bird
3) Dove
4) Sunbird
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16) The Birds move their neck very often because—
1) Their ears are covered with feathers.
2) They can fly
3) The birds eyes are fixed
4) The birds have small eyes.
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17) Which one of the following is the example of Pseudostem?
1) Grass
2) Hisbiscus
3) Banana
4) Bamboo
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18) Grazing animals change vegetation by—-
1) Seed Dispersal
2) Cross pollination
3) Selective grazing
4) Spreading disease
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19) In a food chain herbivorous are—
1) Primary producers
2) Primary consumers
3) Secondary consumers
4) Decomposers.
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20) Photosynthate from the leaves is transported via–
1) Xylem
2) Phloem
3) Stem
4) All of these
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21) Food is essential —
1) to live
2) For growth of the body
3) For working
4) All of these
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22) Which of the following is required for healthy bones?
1) Potassium and Vit K
2) Calcium and Vit E
3) Calcium and Vit C
4) Calcium and Vit D
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23) Excess eating of animal fat milk, cheese, ghee can cause–
1) Rickets
2) Haemophilia
3) Obesity
4) Scurvy
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24) Which of the following statement about fat is not true?
1) Fat produces energy in the body
2) fat gets stored in our body
3) Fat has more oxygen as compared to carbohydrates
4) fat prevents rapid loss of heat.
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25) Amoebic dysentry is caused by–
1) Bacteria
2) Viruses
3) Worms
4) Protozoa
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26) Which of the following are modification of stem consumed as vegetables?
1) Potato and onion
2) Cabbage and cauliflower
3) Radish and Carrot
4) All of the above
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27) Process through which plants reproduce?
1) Eating
2) Reproduction
3) Pollination
4) Condensation
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28) In which condition doctor recommend ORS immediately?
1) Excess loose motion
2) Less urination
3) Excess vomiting
4) All of the above
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29) Which of the following disease spread through the contaminated water?
1) AIDS
2) Typhoid
3) Anaemia
4) Tetanus
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30) Medicine of Quinine is provided by–
1) Aconite plant
2) Money plant
3)Cinchona Plant
4) Eucalyptus plant
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31) Which disease is caused by the deficiency of vitamin A?
1) Scurvy
2) Rickets
3) Night Blindness
4) Beri Beri
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32) Transpiration is–
1) Absorption of water by roots
2) Transportation of water by Xylem
3) Transportation of Minerals by Phloem
4) Evaporation of water by leaves.
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33) Disease caused by Protein deficiency–
1) Kwashiorkor
2) Marasmus
3) Both 1 and 2
4) Neither 1 nor 2
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34) Banana has ———- roots.
1) Tap
2) lateral
3) Fibrous
4) None of these.
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35) Which disease is completely eradicates in India?
1) Chicken Pox
2) AIDS
3) Dysentry
4) None of these
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36) Sher shah suri road includes–
1) NH-1
2) NH-2
3) NH-91
4) All of the above
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37) Which city is called the lake city of MP?
1) Bhopal
20 Ujjain
3) Indore
4) Gwalior
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38) If one person is habitual to having more and more carbohydrate and fat rich food, he may suffered by–
1) Beri-Beri
2) Rickets
3) Obesity
4) Scurvy
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39) Main component of natural gas is–
1) Butane
2) Methane
3) Propane
4) Carbon Di oxide
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40) Nuclear energy is formed by the fusion of–
1) Titanium
2) Deuterium
3) Uranium
4) Mercurium
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41) Bhopal gas tragedy occurred due to–
1) Methane
2) Phosgene
3) Methyl isocyanate
4) Methyl Amine
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42) Dehydration caused by the deficiency of —
1) Iron
2) Water
3) Calcium
4) Sulphor
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43) International Ozone day is celebrated on–
1) 16th September
2) 7th December
3) 30th March
4) 22nd April
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44) International bio diversity day is celebrated on–
1) 21st May
2) 23rd May
3) 22nd May
4) 24th May
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45) The important source of energy is geo-ecosystem–
1) Sun
2) Earth
3) Moon
4) Venus
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46) Fat is stored in the in the form of–
1) Adipose tissues
2) Epithelial tissues
3) Arial Tissues
4) None of these
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47) Maximum amount of gas found in air is–
1) Oxygen
2) Carbon di oxide
3) Hydrogen
4) Nitrogen
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48) Which one is not the source of air pollution?
1) vehicles
2) industry
3) Solid waste
4)Air particles

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49) Aim of pulse polio programme is–
1) Treatment of Polio
2) Stop paralytic effect of Polio
3) Complete eradication of polio
4) All of the above
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50) Biodiesel is prepared by–
1) Eutricularia
2) Jatropha
3) Devdar
4) Eucalyptus
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51) Which is not a ‘renewable’ source of energy?
1) Sun
2) Water
3) Petroleum
4) Wind
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52) Malaria can be detected by testing the blood for the presence of–
1) Ruptured liver cell in blood
2) Larvae of mosquito in blood
3) Eggs of mosquito in RBCs
4) Plasmodium in RBCs
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53) The unit of measuring the thickness of Ozone layer is–
1) Decibel
2) Dobson Unit
3) Pascal
4) Weber
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54) ‘Fly Ash’ is the waste generated by–
1) Hydro power plant
2) Thermal Power plant
3) Geo thermal Plant
4) Windmills
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55) Disease by viral infection is–
1) Typhoid
2) Cholera
3) Influenza
4) Malaria
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56) Gaseous state has–
1) Definite Volume
2) Definite Size
3) Both 1 and 2
4) Neither 1 nor 2
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57) During infection, the …count increases…
1)Erythrocytes
2) Leukocytes
3) Platelets
4) Haemoglobin
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58) Shining non metal is–
1) Oxygen
2) Hydrogen
3) Sulphur
4) Iodine
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59) Which acid is present in Curd?
1) Citric Acid
2) Formic Acid
3) lactic Acid
4) Oxelic Acid
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60) Kwashiorkor is a disease caused due to lack of–
1) Carbohydrates
2) Protein
3) Vitamin
4) Iodine
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61) Jalikattu is related with–
1) Kerala
2) Tamil Nadu
3) Andhra Pradesh
4) Gujrat
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62) Which of the following is the most stable ecosystem?
1) Forest
2) Desert
3) Mountain
4) Ocean
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63) Kuchipudi is the dance form of–
1) Manipur
2) Odisha
3) Andhra Pradesh
4) Kerala
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64) Name the disease caused due to deficiency of Vit C
1) Scurvy
2) Beri-Beri
3) Night Blindness
4) Fatigue
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65) Polyvinyl coating is present in wires because—
1) Wires are ductile
2) Wires are good conductor
3) Wires are bad conductor
4) Wires have shining surface
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66) Which of the following is the most productive ecosystem?
1) Tropical rainforest
2) Tundra
3) Savanna
4) Desert
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67) Which can show ‘Tyndal’s Effect’?
1) Suspension
2) Non colloidal Solution
3) Colloidal Solution
4) All of these
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68) Chemical Nature of Insulin is–
1) Vitamin
2) Protein
3) Lipid
4) Carbohydrates
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69) Habitat of dogfish is–
1) River
2) Pond
3) Lake
4) Ocean
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70) How the grain can be separated from stalk and husk?
1) Winnowing
2) Filtration
3) Threshing
4) None of these
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71) The gastric juice in the stomach of Human being is…… and aids indigesting food.
1) Neutral
2) Acidic
3) Alkaline
4) Amphoteric
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72) Butter is separated from milk by the technique?
1) Sedimentation
2) Centrifugation
3) Distillation
4) Fractional Distillation
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73) Why mountaineers use two layer plastics tents?
1) To hide from other
2) To prevent from land slide
3) To prevent from cold
4) All of the above
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74) Which one is not chemical fertilizer?
1) Urea
2) Potash
3) Phosphate
4) Compost
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75) Most salty sea is—
1) Arab Sea
2) Red Sea
3) Dead Sea
4) Aral Sea
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76) Kashmiri Gown is known as–
1) Firan
2) Anarkali
3) Bugtari
4) Achkan
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77) For making Madhubani paintings artist use–
1) Paints made by dissolving silver and gold
2) Coloured paste of powder rice
3) Specially made poster colour
4) Fibre paints of very good quality
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78) Drinkable water on earth is–
1) 97.2%
2) 2.15%
3) .65%
4) 0.0%
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79) Carbon dating is used for–
1) To know place
2) To know the age of the thing
3) To know about writing
4) To identify things
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80) Igloo is the house for—
1) Deserts
2) Rainy areas
3) Cold areas
4) All of the above
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81) Heavy water is–
1) Coolest
2) Moderant
3) Ore
4) Fuel
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82) Who is the author of ‘Satyarth prakash’?
1) Swami Vivekanand
2) Swami Dyanand Saraswati
3) Raja Ram Mohan Roy
4) Madan Mohan Malviya
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83) Biggest nest are made by–
1) Pigeon
2) Sparrow
3) Black kite
4) Pig
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84) Which one is the first literacy rate?
1) Rigveda
2) Samveda
3) Cambium
4) Atharvaveda
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85) What we can do to make the water potable?
1) Boiling
2) Add potassium Permanganate
3) Addition of bleaching powder
4) All of the above
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86) The unit use for measuring noise pollution is–
1) Joule
2) Decibel
3) Newton
4) Nano unit
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87) Earthquake waves are recorded by?
1) Seimograph
2) Electrocardiograph
3) Tomograph
4) Polygraph
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88) In summers, wet clothes dry very fast due to–
1) Condensation
2) Evaporation
3) Neither 1 nor 2
4) Both 1 and 2
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89) The place where earthquake originated is called as–
1) Focus
2) Epicentre
3) S-waves
4) P-waves
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90) Largest hot desert of world is—
1) Panama Desert
2) Thar Desert
3) Sahara desert
4) Ladakh desert
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91) Most poisonous by product during plastic recycling is–
1) Ammonia
2) Cadmium
3) Barium
4)Dioxin
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92) water pollution is–
1) Presence of undesirable material in water
2) Presence of sewage in water
3) Bicarbonates of magnesium
4) All of the above
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93) Which of the following plant product is the substitute of soap?
1) Rudraksh
2) Reetha
3) Tender
4) All of these
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94) Which bird does not make nest for laying eggs?
1) Indian Robin
2) Crow
3) Koel
4) Pigeon
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95) The main cause of acid rain is–
1) Presence of nitric acid
2) Presence of chloric acid
3) Presence of sulphuric acid
4) Both 1 and 3
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96) Taiga forest is–
1) Temperate deciduous forest
2) Coniferous forest
3) Tropical deciduous forest
4) None of the above
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97) Water in earthern pot remains cool due to–
1) Condensation
2) Evaporation
3) Sedimentation
4) Sublimation
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98) Who is responsible for the formation of humus?
1) Producer
2) Decomposers
3) Consumer
4) All of these
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99) Shelter is the necessity for–
1) Protection from weather
2) Live independently
3) Children safety
4) All of the above
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100) ‘Pani Panchayat ‘ is started in which state?
1) Kerela
2) Rajasthan
3) UP
4) Maharashtra
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