Online Test of Chapter – 2 Physical Features of India Test 1 | Geography Class 9th Social Science (S.St)

1. According to the ‘Theory of Plate Tectonics,’ the earth’s crust is formed of how many major plates?
(i) Three
(ii) Five
(iii) Seven
(iv) Eight

2. A landmass bounded by sea on three sides is referred as
(i) Delta
(ii) Peninsula
(iii) Island
(iv) None of the above

3. Which of the following are young-fold mountains?
(i) The Aravalis
(ii) The Nilgiris
(iii) The Himalayas
(iv) None of the Above

4. Which part of the Himalayas is perennially snowbound?
(i) Himadri
(ii) Shivaliks
(iii) Himachal
(iv) None of the Above

5. Himadri is also known as?
(i) Lesser Himalaya
(ii) Inner Himalaya
(iii) Middle Himalaya
(iv) None of the Above

6. The longitudinal valleys lying between lesser Himalayas and Shivaliks are known as:
(i) Valley
(ii) Coast
(iii) Passes
(iv) Duns

7. Which islands of India are called Coral Islands?
(i) Lakshadweep
(ii) Andaman and Nicobar
(iii) Nicobar
(iv) None of the Above

8. A narrow gap in a mountain range providing access to the other side is:
(i) Duns
(ii) Pass
(iii) Valley
(iv) Strait

9. The wet and swampy belt of the Northern Region is known locally as:
(i) Bhabar
(ii) Bhangar
(iii) Doab
(iv) Terai

10. Which of the following ranges are not part of the Himachal?
(i) Pir Panjal
(ii) Kamet
(iii) Mahabharat
(iv) Dhaula Dhar

Chapter - 2 Physical Features of India Quiz - 1 Class 9th

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