Environmental Studies Question Paper 2022 [Dibrugarh University BCOM/BA/BSC 2nd SEM]



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1. In an ecosystem, flow of energy usually occurs in the sequence

(a) Solar energy ® Producer ® Decomposer ® Consumer.

(b) Solar energy ® Producer ® Consumer ® Decomposer.

(c) Solar energy ® Decomposer ® Consumer ® Producer.

(d) None of the above.

 2. Which one of the following species of Assam is endangered?

(a) Golden langur.

(b) Tiger.

(c) Leopard.

(d) Vulture.

 3. Excess use of synthetic chemical fertilizers causes

(a) soil salinity.

(b) air pollution.

(c) crop diseases.

(d) None of the above.

4. Which one of the following energy sources is not eco-friendly?

(a) Wind energy.

(b) Solar energy.

(c) Tidal energy.

(d) Nuclear energy.

5. An ecosystem must have

(a) biotic and abiotic components.

(b) biotic components.

(c) abiotic components.

(d) None of the above.

6. Which one of the following is an example of a food chain?

(a) Grass ¬ Deer ¬ Tiger.

(b) Grass ® Deer ® Tiger.

(c) Grass ® Rat ® Eagle.

(d) None of the above.

7. The ‘Red Data Book’ is prepared by

(a) IUCN.

(b) CITES.

(c) WWF.

(d) UNCBD.

8. ‘Project Tiger’ was started in the year

(a) 1971.

(b) 2001.

(c) 1973.

(d) 2005.

9. Which one of the following is in situ conservation?

(a) Wildlife sanctuary.

(b) Tissue culture.

(c) Botanical garden.

(d) Gamete.

10. DDT is a

(a) non-pollutant.

(b) non-biodegradable pollutant.

(c) biodegradable pollutant.

(d) None of the above.

11. Eutrophication is a consequence of which type of pollution?

(a) Water.

(b) Soil.

(c) Air.

(d) Sound.

12. The intensity of sound is measured in the unit of

(a) centimeter.

(b) decibel.

(c) metre / second.

(d) second.

13. Which one of the following is the gas of ‘Bhopal Gas Tragedy’?

(a) Methane.

(b) Methyl Isocyanate.

(c) CFC.

(d) Carbon monoxide.

14. Under which Act, the use of CFC is banned in India?

(a) The Environment (Protection) Act, 1986.

(b) The National Environment Tribunal Act, 1995.

(c) The National Green Tribunal Act, 2010.

(d) The Ozone Depleting Substances (Regulation and Control) Rules, 2000.

15. Which day is observed on 11th July?

(a) The World Population Day.

(b) The World Environment Day.

(c) The World Health Day.

(d) The Earth Day.

16. Which one of the following is the communicable disease?

(a) Corona.

(b) Cancer.

(c) Hemophilia.

(d) Diabetes.

 17. India has approximately percentage of the world’s population.

(a) 20.

(b) 17.5

(c) 10.

(d) 12.5

 18. The first State in India to enact Specific Law on Public Health is

(a) Tamil Nadu.

(b) Assam.

(c) Uttar Pradesh.

(d) Kerala.

 19. GIS is an effective IT tool for which of the following?

(a) Navigation.

(b) Internet browsing.

(c) Environment management.

(d) All of the above.

 20. The ozone layer protects the life on the earth from which of the following?

(a) Ultraviolet radiation.

(b) Infrared radiation.

(c) Cosmic radiation.

(d) All of the above.

21. The “World Environment Day” is held annually on

(a) 5th June.

(b) 1st January.

(c) 12th June.

(d) 15th May.

22. The main cause of recent global warming is

(a) water pollution.

(b) increase of greenhouses gases.

(c) ozone hole.

(d) increase of forest fire.

23. The concept of ‘sustainable development’ was conceived in the

(a) Rio Declaration.

(b) Earth Summit.

(c) Brundtland Report.

(d) None of the above.

24. The most frequent and major natural disaster faced by our country is

(a) soil erosion.

(b) flood.

(c) earthquake.

(d) None of the above.

25. Ozone layer depletion increases

(a) greenhouse effect.

(b) oxygen concentration in air.

(c) skin cancer cases.

(d) crop productivity.

26. ‘Recycle, reduce and reuse’ are involved with which of the following?

(a) Solid waste management.

(b) Sewage management.

(c) Water management.

(d) Fossil fuel management.

27. Refrigerator and air conditioners cause

(a) thermal pollution.

(b) sound pollution.

(c) air pollution.

(d) soil pollution.

28. On 16th September, 1987, the _______ was agreed to control the emission of ozone depleting substances.

(a) Montreal Protocol.

(b) Brundtland Report.

(c) Rio Declaration.

(d) None of the above.

29. In India, the force deployed for tackling threatening disaster situation is

(a) NDRF.

(b) CRPF.

(c) NDMA.

(d) RAF.

30. CITES basically deals with

(a) protection of wild plants and animals from illegal international trades.

(b) conservation of wildlife.

(c) in situ and ex situ conservation.

(d) None of the above.

31. The ‘Red Data Book’ keeps the records of

(a) near-threatened species.

(b) endangered species.

(c) endemic species.

(d) None of the above.

32. The number of bio geographical zones of India is

(a) 8.

(b) 5.

(c) 12.

(d) 10.

33. The components of biodiversity are

(a) genetic and species diversity.

(b) genetic, species, ecosystem and molecular diversity.

(c) genetic, species and ecosystem diversity.

(d) None of the above.

34. Which one of the following is a secondary pollutant of air?

(a) Carbon monoxide.

(b) Methane.

(c) Smog.

(d) Smoke.

35. Ecological succession, which starts in a dry area, is known as

(a) Hydrarch.

(b) Mesarch.

(c) Xerarch.

(d) Desert.

36. Lung disease of miners is caused by

(a) uranium mining.

(b) gold mining.

(c) coal mining.

(d) None of the above.

37. Three hot spots of our country are

(a) Western Ghats, Himalayas and Indo-Myanmar Region.

(b) Eastern Ghats, Himalayas and Indo-Myanmar Region.

(c) Eastern Ghats, Bihar and Assam.

(d) Kerala, Bihar and Gujarat.

38. The greenhouses gases are

(a) CH4, N2, CO2, NH3.

(b) O2, CO2, NH3, NO2.

(c) CFC, CO2, NH3, N2.

(d) CFC, CO2, CH4, NO2.

39. Which one of the following organisms is a herbivore?

(a) Snake.

(b) Deer.

(c) Fox.

(d) Tiger.

40. A pond is

(a) an ecosystem.

(b) not an ecosystem.

(c) a vast barren landmass.

(d) devoid of biotic components.

41. To increase consumer awareness towards reducing environmental impact, the Government of India started a certification mark in 1991 known as

(a) Green Label.

(b) EKO Label.

(c) Eco Mark.

(d) Green Seal.

42. The name of the scientist who first introduced the term ‘environment’ is

(a) E.J. Ross.

(b) Lady Bird Johnson.

(c) P. Gisbert.

(d) Jacob van Uerkal.

43. Which one of the following is not a renewable natural resources?

(a) Forest.

(b) Mineral.

(c) Water.

(d) Wind.

44. The problem created by hydro-electric mega dams is

(a) loss of biodiversity.

(b) deforestation.

(c) soil erosion.

(d) Both (a) and (b).

45. The percentage of freshwater out of the whole water content available on the earth is approximately

(a) 3.

(b) 20.

(c) 1.

(d) 97.

46. The theme of the ‘World Environment Day’ for the year 2022 is

(a) Only One Earth.

(b) A Tree for Peace.

(c) Give Earth a Chance.

(d) Desertification.

47. The number of National Parks in Assam is

(a) 7.

(b) 5.

(c) 6.

(d) 8.

48. In India, when was the Wildlife Protection Act established?

(a) 1972.

(b) 1973.

(c) 1983.

(d) 1994.

49. Which one of the following is called the ‘earth’s lung’?

(a) Ocean.

(b) Atmosphere.

(c) Forest.

(d) Wildlife.

50. Which one of the following is an example of decomposer?

(a) Grass.

(b) Snake.

(c) Fungus.

(d) Toad.

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