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ebalbharati Geography Practice Question Paper Class X

Balbharati is publishing practice question sets for the students appearing for the March 2020 Exam. Syllabus of Standard 10th has changed form Academic Year 2018-19. Accordingly the Textbooks for Standard 10th have changed.

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Practice Question Paper-1

Time – 2 Hours
Total Marks – 40

Note :
1) All questions are compulsory.
2) Draw neat diagrams/graphs wherever necessary.
3) Amswers should be written in blue or black ink.
4) Use pencil. Don’t use color pencils.

Q.1) Select the correct option and rewrite the sentence: 4
1) ———— is seen as one of the world’s major markets and contributor to economic growth of the world.
a) India
b) Brazil
c) Sri Lanka
d) Japan

2) ——————– is the southernmost range of the Himalayas
a) Lesser Himalayas
b) Himadri
c) Kumaun Himalayas
d) Siwaliks

3) In areas which receive less than 500 mm of rainfall, —————- forests are found
a) Thorny and bushy
b) Evergreen
c) Deciduous
d) Semi-evergreen

4) As the —————- extent of Brazil is more, there is a variety in climatic conditions.
a) Equatorial
b) Latitudinal and longitudinal
c) Longitudinal
d) Latitudinal

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Q.2) Arrange the following in correct order and complete the chain. 4
1) Physiographic divisions of India from north to south – Deccan Plateau- the Vindhyas- The Himalayas – The Northern Plains- The Satpuras
2) Physiographic divisions of Brazil from north west to south east – Brazilian Highlands- The Great Escarpment – Guyana Highlands – Amazon Plains
3) Arrange according to increasing population distribution Andhra Pradesh – Uttar Pradesh – Himachal Pradesh – Madhya Pradesh
4) Arrange according to decreasing amount of rainfall in Brazil Pernambuco – Rio Grande do Sul-Amazonas – Roraima

Q.3) State whether the following statements are true or false and correct the false statements (Any 4) 4
1) During a field visit, change in vegetation does not indicate the change in rainfall
2) Brazil was under Portuguese rule for one and half century.
3) To the western side of the Aravalis, lie the Ganga Plains.
4) In India, temperatures increase from north to south.
5) Huge anacondas are found in the swampy areas of Caatinga.

Q4 A) Fill the following in the given outline map and also prepare an index. (Any 4) 4
i) Drought Quadrilateral
ii) Region of orographic rainfall
iii) Savannah region
iv) Caatinga (Thorny bushes)
v) Region with high population density
vi) Region in the south with medium population density

Q.4 B) Read the following map and answer the given questions . (Any 4) 4
i) Which states in the north-eastern India have less population density?
ii) How much is the population density of Kerala?
iii) Name any two states in the Ganga plains having high population density.
iv) Name one state in the northern part of India which has low population density.
v) Name the state on the eastern coast with high population density.
vi) Name one state in the north-west having medium population density.

Q.5) Give geographical reasons. (Any 2) 6
1) It is important to manage the waste generated during field visit.
2) The human settlement at Sao Paulo is nucleated.
3) India has deciduous forests.
4) In India, transportation is mainly carried out through railways.

Q.6 A) Prepare a multiple bar graph and write the answers
i) What was the average life expectancy in India in 2010?
ii) In which decade is the increase in life expectancy of both the countries same?
iii) What conclusions can you draw after reading the graph of life expectancy in both countries?
OR
Q. 6 B) Read the following graph and answer the questions 6
i) What is the minimum and maximum temperature of India?
ii) What difference do you find in the rainy period in Brazil and India?
iii) In which month does Brazil get less rainfall?
iv) In which month does India get higher rainfall?
v) In which month does India get lesser rainfall?
vi) In which month does Brazil have a higher temperature?

Q.7) Answer the following in detail. (Any 2) 8
1) Explain with examples how field visits increase geographical knowledge
2) Explain the variations found in temperatures of Brazil according to season.
3) Explain – The growth rate of population in India is decreasing but population is increasing.
4) Suggest measures for the conservation of wildlife in India and forest conservation.

Practice Question Paper – 2

Time – 2 Hours
Total Marks – 40

Q.1) Select the correct option and rewrite the sentence : 4
1) According to Census 2011, the average population density of India is ———————-persons per sq.km.
a) 327
b) 342
c) 382
d) 387

2) The rate of urbanization in Brazil has reduced after the —————- decade
a) 1960
b) 1970
c) 1990
d) 2000

3) Brazil’s economy is also of —————- type like that of India.
a) Developed
b) Mixed
c) Undeveloped
d) Capitalistic

4) The westernmost point of Brazil is ————————
a) Nascente Rio Moa
b) Porto Velho
c) Rio Grande
d) Ponta do Seixas

Q.2) Match the column. 4
A group B group
1) The southernmost point of India 1) Gangotri
2) The highlands in eastern Brazil 2) Andes mountains
3) The origin of Ganga 3) Guyana Highlands
4) the origin of Amazon 4) Indira Point
5) Yamunotri
6) The Great Escarpment

Q.3) Answer in one sentence (Any 4) 4
1) How is the population in India distributed?
2) Who established the early settlements in Brazil?
3) Between India and Brazil, whose per capita income is less?
4) Which south-flowing river of Brazil is good for navigation?
5) On which coast of India are deltas found?

Q.4 A) Fill the following in the given outline map and also prepare an index. (Any 4) 4
i) A state with high density in southern India
ii) The western coast
iii) Region with low rainfall in India
iv) The evergreen forest region in north-eastern India
v) Hot desert
vi) State with one-horned rhinos

Q.4 B) Read the following map and answer the given questions. (Any 4)
1) Which method has been used to show distribution in this map ?
2) Name any one state in the north having low population
3) Name any one State/region with very dense population distribution
4) Comment upon the nature of population in the coastal region.
5) What is the nature of population in western Brazil.
6) Comment upon the trend of population distribution.

Q.4 C) 1) Which method has been used to show distribution in this map ?
2) Name any one state in the north having low population
3) Name any one State/region with very dense population distribution
4) Comment upon the nature of population in the coastal region.
5) What is the nature of population in western Brazil.
6) Comment upon the trend of population distribution.

Q.5) Give geographical reasons: (Any 2) 6
1) The average annual temperature in India is generally high.
2) Brazil is known as the ‘ coffee pot of the world ‘
3) The average life expectancy in India is increasing.
4) As compared to Amazon, the effect of water pollution in the Ganga river will affect human life more.

Q.6 A) Prepare a multiple bar graph on the basis of the given information and answer the questions.
1) What is the percentage of urban population in India in 2017?
2) In which country is the percentage of urban population higher?
3) What does the trend in urban population in both the countries indicate?
OR

Q.6 B) Read the following graph and answer the questions
i) What was the literacy rate in Brazil in 2001?
ii) In which decade did the literacy rate increase the most in India?
iii) What is the difference between the literacy rates of India and Brazil in 1991?
iv) By how much has the literacy rate increased in India between 1981- 2016?
v) How much is the interval generally used in the graph?
vi) What conclusions can you draw from the graph regarding the literacy rates of India and Brazil?

Q.7) Answer in detail (Any 2) 8
1) Explain the uneven distribution of population in India.
2) How will you make preparations for the field visit, when your teachers ask you to do so?
3) Explain the reasons of low sex ratio in India.
4) Explain in detail the coasts of Brazil.

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