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Environmental Studies MCQ Question Answer For HPTET Set-1

Environmental Studies MCQ Question Answer For HPTET Set-1

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Environmental Studies MCQ Question Answer For HPTET Set-1


 1. Environmental Studies are very important for:

(a) getting clean drinking water

(b) hygienic living conditions

(c) clean and fresh air

(d) All of the above


2. Which of the following is telling us what we should and should not do-what is right and

wrong, good and bad–within the context of a certain ethical system?

(a) Philosophical ethics

(b) Normative ethics

C) Descriptive ethics

(d) None of the above


3. The different levels of environmental and conservation awareness are:

(a) Pollution and Environmental degradation

(b) Consumption overpopulation

(c) Sustainable earth

(d) All of the above


4. Which is not correctly matched regarding the use of total energy?

(a) Transportation → 31.2%

(b) Domestic works  13.7%

(c) Agriculture 62.3%

(d) All of the above


5. Which of the following is still a very important source of energy for millions of Indians living in villages?

(a) Oil

(b) Coal

(c) Fossil fuels 

(d) Fuel wood


6. The characteristics of a community is/are :

(a) diversity 

(b) periodicity

(c) dominance 

(d) All of these


7. National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan (NBSAP) was established in:

(a) 1986

(b) 1988

(c) 1999

(d) 2004


8. The criteria for the selection of species under er-situ conservation is/are :

(a) vulnerability of the species of extinction

(b) ecological importance of the species

(c) economic and aesthetic importance of the species

(d) All of the above


9. The establishment of national parks and sanctuaries came under:

(a) in-situ conservation of biodiversity

(b) ex-situ conservation of biodiversity

(C) Natural development Plan of Biodiversity

(d) All of the above


10. Which is NOT a controlling method of Eutrophication?

(a) The wastewater must be treated before its discharge into water streams

(b) It can be minimised by removing nitrogen and phosphorus at the source

(c) Physico-chemical methods can be adopted

(d) Algal bloom release toxic chemicals during eutrophication


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