Quiz on Minerals and Energy Resources – Class 10 and 12 Geography

Quiz on Minerals and Energy Resources

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Quiz on Minerals and Energy Resources

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3. Which of the following is an example of ferrous minerals?

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2. Which of the following geological structure of India is devoid of minerals of economic use?

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18. Which of the following states are the leading producer of manganese and bauxite?

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19. Consider the following statements and choose the correct answers with the help of given options.

1. Mineral fuels are essential for generation of power
2. Power is required for agriculture, industry, transport and other sectors of economy.

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23. Which of the following is the oldest oil producing region of India?

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29. Geo-thermal energy producing plant is located in which of the following states of India?

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33. Which of the following is the largest coal field in India ?

 

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30. Match the column I with column II and choose the correct answer with the help of given

Codes.
COLUMN I (STATES) COLUMN II (NUCLEAR ENERGY PLANTS)
I. Maharashtra 1. Kalpakkam
II. Rajasthan 2. Naroura
III. Tamil Nadu 3. Tarapore
IV. Uttar Pradesh 4. Kaiga
V. Karnataka 5. Kakrapara
VI. Gujarat 6. Rawatbhata
CodesI II III IV V VI

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32. Match the column I with column II and choose the correct answers with the help of given Codes.
COLUMN I (STATES) COLUMN II (COAL MINES)
I. Jharkhand 1. Chanda- Vardha
II. Madhya Pradesh 2. Singrauli
III. Odisha 3. Korba
IV. Chhattisgarh 4. Talcher
V. Maharashtra 5. Giridih
Codes
I II III IV V

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34. Patlands of Lohardaga district in Jharkhand is rich in which of the following minerals?

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11. Availability of which of the following minerals are associated with Kerala?

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15. Which of the following mines are not associated with Odisha?

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7. Which of the following regions is not associated with the availability of petroleum?

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8. Which of the following is not matched correctly?
MINERALS BELT SUB-REGION

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10. Neyveli coal reserves are found in which of the following region?

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1. India is endowed with a rich variety of mineral resources due to its varied geological structure, mainly associated to the -------------------part of our country.

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16. Match the column I with column II and choose the correct answer with the help of given Codes.
COLUMN I (STATES) COLUMN II (NAME OF MINE)
I. Odisha 1. Bailadila
II. Jharkhand 2. Chandrapur
III. Karnataka 3. Karimnagar
IV. Maharashtra 4. Mayurbhanj
V. Tamil Nadu 5. Kudremukh
VI. Telangana 6. Salem
Codes I II III IV V VI

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6. What percent of coal reserves occur in the valleys of Damodar, Sone, Mahanadi and Godavari?

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27. In which of the following states, favorable conditions for wind energy do not exist?

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20. Which of the following is not an example of conventional source of energy ?

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12. Match the column I with column II and choose the correct answer with the help of the given codes.
COLUMN I (STATES) COLUMN II (MOST AVAILABLE MINERAL)
I. Rajasthan - Lignite coal
II. Kerala - Petroleum reserves
III. Gujarat - Thorium
IV. Tamil Nadu - Sand stone
CodesI II III IV

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36. Minerals of which of the following belts are associated with the rocks of Dharwar system?

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4. Which of the following is not an example of ferrous minerals?

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5. Which of the following minerals is associated with the organic origin?

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24. Which of the following is not an eco-friendly source of energy?

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37. In India, systematic surveying, prospecting, and exploration for minerals is not undertaken by which of the following agency?

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17. What is the use of manganese among the following?

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22. Which of the following method is still used by Singareni collieries, the country’s premier coal production company to detect the presence of deadly carbon monoxide in underground mines?

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21. The most important Gondwana coal fields of India are located in-----------

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28. The project that is helpful to convert municipal waste into energy is located in-------------

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25. Consider the following statements, find cause and effect relationship between these two and choose the correct answer from the given options.

1. Solar thermal technology has some relative advantages over all other non-renewable energy sources.
2. It is cost competitive, environment friendly and easy to construct.

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31. Which of the following regions is not associated with the availability of tertiary coal?

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13. Which of the following minerals are provided as raw materials for the cement industry ?

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26. Consider the following statements and choose the correct answer from the given options.

1. The Ministry of Non-conventional Sources of Energy is developing wind energy in India to lessen the burden of import bill.
2. The country’s potential of wind power generation exceeds 50,000 megawatts.

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14. Which of the following fact is not true regarding the availability of iron ore in India ?

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9. The south-west plateau region is rich in which of the following minerals?

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