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Class 10

Explore popular questions from Sustainable Management of Natural Resources for Class 10. This collection covers Sustainable Management of Natural Resources previous year Class 10 questions hand picked by experienced teachers.

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Q 1. Role of three R's in managing resources & conserving environment are:

A

Reduce

B

Recycle

C

Reuse

All the above

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Q 2. Resources which are limited in the nature and cannot be refilled again are called:

A

Renewable resources

Non-renewable resources

C

Inexhaustible resources

D

None of the above

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Q 3. Which one of the following is not an ecofriendly decision:

A

Resuing rather than recycling

Going on individual vehicle rather than bus

C

Do not waste food

D

Plant more & more trees

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Q 4. "Chipko Andolan" was originated in which village of the following:

Reni

B

Rani

C

Rohini

D

Renae

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Q 5. Highest rainfall is received in which place in India:

A

Cherrapungy

Mawsy nrem

C

Shillong

D

Mysore

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Q 6. The mass of living matter in a population of particular organism in a particular area is called

Biomass

B

Bio amount

C

Living mass

D

Organic mass

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Q 7. A major law protecting endangered species globally is:

CITES

B

CITY

C

PETA

D

None of the above

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Q 8. Coal & petroleum are fossil fuels having:

A

C, S, K, Mg

B

Au, Hg, Zn, K

C

N, S, Hg, K

C, H, N, S

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Q 9. Amrita Devi Bishnoi sacrified her life for protection of:

A

Khlojri tree

B

Eucalyptus tree

Khejri tree

D

Mango tree

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Q 10. Stocks of nature which are useful to mankind are called:

A

Artificial resource

B

Power resource

Natural resource

D

Underground resource

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Q 11. Inexhaustible natural resources are those:

A

Which are limited in the nature

B

Which once used cannot be refilled

Present in unlimited quantity

D

None of the above

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Q 12. Soil, forests, fossil fuels, minerals etc. are examples of:

A

Natural resources

B

Renewable resources

Non- Renewable resources

D

In exhaustible resources

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Q 13. Renewable resource of energy is:

A

Petroleum

Coal

C

Nuclear fuel

D

Trees

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Q 14. Development which meets the needs of the present generations as well as of the future generation are called:

A

Economical development

B

Biological development

C

Industrial development

Sustainable development

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Q 15. Ways of sustainable development are:

A

Preservation

B

Restoration

C

Conservation

All the above

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Q 16. Use of durable item rather than disposable items whenever possible is an example of:

A

Recycle

B

Reuse

Reduce

D

None of the above

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Q 17. Using the same resources again and again best in a modified form is called:

A

Reduce

Recycling

C

Restoration

D

Reuse

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Q 18. Variety of all forms of life, from genes to species, through to the broad scale of ecosystem is called:

A

Biological magnitude

B

Biology

Biodiversity

D

None of the above

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Q 19. Himalaya hotspot is home to:

Highest mountains

B

Lions

C

Rivers

D

Glaciers

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Q 20. Stake holders are:

A

People living in or around forest.

B

The forest department of government

C

The nature enthusiants who want to conserve nature

All the above

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Q 21. Amrita Devi Bishnoi who sacrificed her life to protect khejri tree, is an example of:

Stake holder

B

Share holder

C

Tree holder

D

None of the above

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Q 22. Amrita Devi Bishnoi sacrificed her life with 363 others for prodection of khejri tree in which village:

A

Kholji village

B

Khayali village

Khejrali village

D

Kotputali village

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Q 23. Important resource of the forest development is:

A

Biculture

B

Plant culture

Mono culture

D

Callus culture

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Q 24. Which of the following can be principle for sustainable managment:

A

To respect every organism and protect them

B

To conserve biodiversity and vitality of earth

C

To raise the standards of living man

All of the above

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Q 25. Chipko Andolan took place in the year:

A

1960

1970

C

1980

D

1990