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CBSE Notes 2011-2012 » Climate - Class 9 Social Science MCQs (Free Practice Test)

Climate - Class 9 Social Science MCQs (Free Practice Test)


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Question :

In which month the transition season changes the hot rainy season to dry w inter season ?


Answer :

December to February
February to March
June to July
October to November


Question :

The peninsular part of the India experiences peak summers earlier than northern India because


Answer :

there is less rainfall in peninsula during this time
Cold waves from Central Asia sweeps through teh northern plains during this time
Due to the northward movement of the sun, the global heat belt shifts northward
Driest


Question :

The wind blowing in the Northern plain in summer


Answer :

Kal Baisakhi
Trade wind
Loo
All above


Question :

Monsoon arrives in India approximately


Answer :

Early May
Early June
Early July
Early August


Question :

Kal Baisakhi is associated with


Answer :

Punjab
Kashmir
Karnataka
Bengal [CBSE CCE 2010]


Question :

The term 'Monsoon' refers to


Answer :

Seasonal Reversal in the wind direction
Weather condition and climate condition of area larger area
Season of retreating monsoon wind
Season of advancing monsoon


Question :

Which of the following plays a major role in determining the climate of place ?


Answer :

Altitude
Latitude
Relief
Occan Current


Question :

___________are the fast flowing cold air current in a narrow zone in the upper atmosphere.


Answer :

Loo
Mango showers
Kal Baisakhi
Jet Streams


Question :

Which of the following crops is associated with the winter rainfall ?


Answer :

Zaid
Rabi
Kharif
None of these [CBSE CCE 2010]


Question :

The Leeward side of the Western Ghats is drought prone because


Answer :

there are less number of rivers in this region
per capita use of water on agriculture is higher in these areas
much of the S.W. monsoon is blocked by the Western Ghats
the region is the hottest part of the country.