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BBA & HM 2021 Free Study Plan II Mountain Ranges Quiz II 20.04.2021

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Question 1

Consider the following statements regarding the formation of Himalayas

1) Himalayas are formed due to collision of indo-Australian plate and Eurasian plate.

2) From West to East, height of mountains decreases in Himalayas.

3) Himalayas are young fold mountains and their height is still increasing.

4) Shiwalik were formed last of all three ranges.

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Question 2

Match the following:

Question 3

Consider the following statements

1) Formation of Northern plains is due to Himalayan Rivers only.

2) Bhabar Region lies exactly north to the Terai region.

3) Khadar is most fertile region because new alluvium deposited every year by floods.

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Question 4

Consider the following statements about alluvial soil:

1) They are generally rich in potash.

2) It is found only in Upper Gangetic plain

3) Khadar and Bhangar are alluvial soils.

4) These soils are loamy and clayey.

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Question 5

Which of the following ranges comes under trans Himalayan region?

1) Pir Panjal

2) Zaskar ranges

3) Ladakh Ranges

4) Nanga parbat

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Question 6

“Duns” formations are part of which part of Himalayas

1) Trans Himalayas

2) Nepal Himalayas

3) Between lesser Himalayas and shiwaliks

4) Eastern Himalayas

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Question 7

Which of the following is not part of Nepal himalayas

1) Makalu

2) Annapurna

3) Dhaulagiri

4) Nanda devi

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Question 8

Arrange the following in north to south direction:

i. Patkai bum hills

ii. Mikir hills

iii. Jaintia hills

iv. Mishmi hills

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Question 9

Arrange the tributaries of Brahmaputra river in east to west direction

1) Subansiri

2) Dibang

3) Kameng

4) Manas

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Question 10

With reference to Himalayan rivers, consider the following statements

1) Himalayan rivers are Perennial because their sources are often glaciers.

2) The Himalayan rivers often form deltas at their mouths.

3) All Himalayan rivers are antecedent in nature.

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