Water Resources MCQs Mock Test 10th Class S.St.

Welcome to your Water Resources MCQs Mock Test 10th Class S.St.

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Q1. From the 200 houses, the net amount of rainwater harvested annually amounts to litres.
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Q2. In Rajasthan what is rain water referred to as ?
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Q3. Based on the information given below classify each of the situations as ‘suffering from water scarcity’ or ‘not suffering from water scarcity’.
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Q4. How is rooftop rainwater filtered
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Q5. Why is water scarcity mainly caused?
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Q6. According to the hydrological cycle, how can freshwater be obtained?
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Q7. Even when water is available in many cities in abundance why is there water scarcity?
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Q8. What is the largest consumer of water?
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Q9. How can we revolutionise Water Resources?
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Q10. Most farmers own wells and tube-wells in their farms for irrigation to increase their produce, what adverse effect can this have?
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Q11. Post-independent India witnessed intensive………………….
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Q12.How did the increasing number of industries affect the water condition?
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Q13. In India hydroelectric power contributes approximately 22 percent of the total electricity produced.
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Q14. What factors have aggravated the water and energy problems in India?
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Q15. How are most of the housing societies or colonies in the cities resourcing their water needs?
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Q16. Even if there is ample amount of water in certain places there is hazardous water pollution, what are the causes?
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Q17. What are the causes of the Indian rivers becoming toxic?
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18. What are the important things to do to prevent degradation of our natural ecosystems?
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Q19. What will impoverish this resource and cause an ecological crisis that may have a profound impact on our lives?
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Q20. What is a barrier across flowing water that obstructs, directs or retards the flow, often creating a reservoir, lake or impoundment?
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Q21. What is the purpose of building dams?
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Q22. Name a multi-purpose projects which are used for hydel power production and irrigation
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Q23. Which dam integrates conservation of water with flood control?
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Q24. Jawaharlal Nehru proudly proclaimed the dams as the ………………
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Q25. Why did Jawahar lal Nehru call dams the temples of India?
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Q26. Why have multi-purpose projects and large dams come under great scrutiny and opposition recently?
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Q27. Multi-purpose projects and large dams have also been the cause of many new environmental movements like ……….
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Q28. How did the Multi-purpose projects affect the local people?
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Q29. Who benefitted from the multipurpose projects?
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Q30. Narmada Bachao Andolan or Save Narmada Movement originally focussed on ……...
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Q31. Which is the largest water resource project of India covering four states ?
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Q32.Which states does it cover?
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Q33. Irrigation has also changed the cropping pattern of many regions with farmers shifting to water intensive and commercial crops. This has great ecological consequences for the soil, What is it?
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Q34. What reaction did the farmers at Sabarmati-basin farmers have?
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Q35. The release of water from dams during heavy rains aggravated the flood situation in Maharashtra and Gujarat in the year ………
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Q36. What was the effect of these floods?
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Q37. In ancient India, along with the sophisticated hydraulic structures, there existed an extraordinary tradition of a water-harvesting system, What efforts were made?
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Q38. In hill and mountainous regions, people built diversion channels like ……
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Q39. What was the traditional practice to store drinking water, particularly in Rajasthan?
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Q40. What was the traditional practice in the flood plains of Bengal, for irrigation?
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Q41. What was the practice in ‘khadins’ in Jaisalmer and ‘Johads’ in other parts of Rajasthan?
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Q42. In the semi-arid and arid regions of Rajasthan, particularly in Bikaner, Phalodi and Barmer, where was drinking water stored?
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Q43. In which other places is Rooftop rainwater harvesting common other than Rajasthan?
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Q44. In Spite of the fact that today plenty of water is available due to the perennial Indira Gandhi Canal in Rajasthan, why do many homes still prefer the tanka system ?
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Q45. Which state is the first state in India which has made rooftop rainwater harvesting structure compulsory to all the houses across the state?
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Q46. In which state is the 200-year-old system of tapping stream and spring water by using bamboo pipes still prevalent?
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Q47. Which one of the following statements is not an argument in favour of multipurpose river projects?
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Q48. Shillong faces acute shortage of water. Nearly every household in the city has a rooftop rainwater harvesting structure. Nearly ……….per cent of the total water requirement of the household comes from rooftop water harvesting.
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Q49. In which place in Karnataka the people have installed, in their household’s rooftop, rainwater harvesting system to meet their water needs. Nearly 200 households have installed this system?
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Q50. In Gendathur, Mysuru every house can collect and use about 50,000 litres of water annually?

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