Sample Paper Class XII (Geography) Bihar Board 2010-11


Sample Paper Bihar Board Class XII Geography

(Set-1)

1. In the twentieth century itself the population of the world has increased.
(A)
Two times
(B) Four times
(C) Five times
(D) Ten times

2. Asia's largest slum is
(A)
Howrah(Kolkata)
(B) Kankarbagh (Patna)
(C) Dharavi (Mumbai)
(D) Mukherjee Nagar (Delhi)

3. Livestock farming is called
(A)
Factory farming
(B) Truck farming
(C) Mixed farming
(D) Dairy farming

4. Which one of the following is a tertiary activity ?
(A)
Agriculture
(B) Pastoralist
(C) Trading
(D) Hunting

5. The "Big Inch" pipe line transports
(A)
Water
(B) Milk
(C) Liquid Petroleum Gas
(D) Petroleum

6. Which one of the following is not a plantation crop ?
(A)
Rice
(B) Sugarcane
(C) Cotton
(D) Coffee

7. Which one of the following scholars introduced the concept of Human Development ?
(A)
Dr. Abul Kalam
(B) Prof. Amatya Sen
(C) Dr. Mahabub-ul-Haq
(D) Dr. Rajendra Prasad

8.Who introduced the concept ''slope and go determined" ?
(A)
Ritter
(B) Ratgel
(C) Taylor
(D) Humbolt

9. According to census 2001, the metropolitan cities in India are
(A)
30
(B) 35
(C) 40
(D) 45

10. In how many zones has the Indian Railways system been divided ?
(A)
– 9
(B) – 12
(C) – 16
(D) – 14


Sample Paper Bihar Board Class XII Geography

(Set-2)

1.Indian Railway has been divided in to zones.
(A) 9
(B) 14
(C) 16
(D) 18

2.Digboi in Assam in famous for
(A)
Gold mines
(B) Coal fields
(C) Oil fields
(D) Diamond mines

3. According to 2001 census India rural population are :
(A) 75%
(B) 72%
(C) 69%
(D) 66%

4. Manchester is famous for
(A) Cotton textile industry
(B) Iron & steel industry
(C) Paper industry
(D) Woolen industry

5. Which one of the following is not iron ore ?
(A)
Magnetite
(B) Lignite
(C) Hematite
(D) Limonite

6. Which one of the following country is largest producer of mineral oil ?
(A) USA
(B) Russia
(C) Saudi Arab
(D) Venguela

7. Which one of the following was primary activities of human beings?
(A) Hunting and gathering
(B) Pastoralism
(C) Mining
(D) Weaving


Sample Paper Bihar Board Class XII Geography

(Set-3)

1. In how many zones has the Indian Railways system been divided ?
(A) 9
(B) 12
(C) 16
(D) 14

2.The first modern cotton mill was established in Mumbai because-
(A)
Mumbai is a port
(B) It is located near cotton growing area
(C) Mumbai was the financial centre
(D) All of the above

3.Which one of the following is non-renewable source of energy?
(A)
Hydel
(B) Solar
(C) Thermal
(D) Wind power

4. Which one of the following crops is not cultivated under dry land farming ?
(A) Ragi
(B) Groundnut
(C) Jawar
(D) Sugarcane

5. Which one of the following state has the highest density of population in India ?
(A) Karla
(B) West Bengal
(C) USA
(D) Uttar Pradesh

6. Which country has the highest density of railway network ?
(A) Brazil
(B) Russia
(C) USA
(D) Canada


Sample Paper Bihar Board Class XII Geography

(Set-4)

1. Who is the father of modern human geography? :
(A) Miss Sample
(B) Ratzel
(C) Vidal-de-Blanche
(D) E. Huntington

2. Population is concentrated in South East Asia. :
(A) In flood Plain
(B) Level Plateau
(C) High river levee
(D) Higher portion of river valley

3. Which is the highly urbanized country in the world :
(A)
U.S.A.
(B) Great Britain
(C) Australia
(D) Egypt

4.Which are the most developed parts of plantation agriculture in the world.
(A) South Asia
(B) Amazon Basin
(C) Central America
(D) Congo Basin

5.What are the index of human development? :
(A) Health
(B) Education
(C) Approach to resources
(D) All of these

6. Why Manchester is famous for? :
(A) Cotton Textile
(B) Woolen Textile
(C) Iron & Steel
(D) Paper Industries

7.Rate of Annual Growth of Population of India is :
(A)
2.4%
(B) 3.5%
(C) 1.95%
(D) None of these