Online Test of Chapter 5 Pastoralists in the Modern World Test 2 History (Social Science S.St)| Class 9th

Q.1- In which year Raikas could no longer move into Sindh?
a. After 1880
b. After 1947
c. After 1968
d. After 1977

Q.2- Where did the Half of the world’s pastoral population live?
a. America
b. Asia
c. Africa
d. None of these

Q.3- Which are the pastoral communities of Africa?
a. Bedouins, Berbers
b. Maasai, Somali
c. Boran, Turkana
d. All the above

Q.4- When did the Massailand was cut into half with an international boundary?
a. 1885
b. 1890
c. 1895
d. 1870

Q.5- What was the percentage of land lost by Maasais?

Q.6- To which area does the nomadic cattle herders of Kaokoland belongs?
a. Zimbabwe
b. South Africa
c. Namibia
d. None of these

Q.7- When did a severe drought take place in the Maasai Reserve?
a. 1933 and 1934
b. 1963 and 1980
c. 1945 and 1956
d. 1950 and 1976

Q.8- In pre-colonial period, the African society was divided into what?
a. Priests
b. Elders and warriors
c. Workers
d. None of these

Q.9- What was the position of the Maasai chiefs?
a. They lost nearly everything
b. They did not have resources
c. They had regular income
d. None of these

Q.10- In 1885, Massailand was cut into half with which international boundary?
a. Congo and Angola
b. Kenya and Tanganyika
c. Angola and Botswana
d. None of these

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