Hello Msbte Diploma students welcome in this article we have provided 22447 Environmental Studies Msbte Mcq Question Bank. with this environmental studies mcq for msbte i scheme msbte students can practice for their upcoming exams.

22447 is a Paper code of Environmental studies which is common subject for all the branches of Maharashtra state Board of Technical Education. In the below given msbte environmental studies mcq with answers pdf we have selected important question from the previous year environmental studies question paper which is provided by msbte.

With this msbte sample question paper of environmental studies i scheme Msbte diploma students will get a rough idea about environmental studies online exam msbte and you will also get to know about Paper pattern of Msbte Environmental studies.

Environmental Studies Mcq for Msbte I Scheme

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22447 Environmental Studies Msbte Mcq Question Bank

1.Environmental Studies does not involve:
A) psychology
B) demography
C) ethics
D) Literature

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2. Van Mahotsav is an annual tree-planting festival in India, celebrated on:
A) 2nd June
B) 1st July
C) 1st December
D) 15th September

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3. Which of the following global trends is of great  concern for the future of our environment?
A) degradation of fertile soils
B) change in the global atmosphere
C) species extinction leading to the loss of biodiversity
D) All of the above

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4. Which is true?
A) Oxygen content may not get reduced if forest cover is not sufficient on the earth
B) Forests can be said to behave like non-renewable resources if not overused.
C) Fishes are capable of reproducing at the rate at which they are being caught.
D) None of the above

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5. Non-renewable resources, once used…………
A) remain on earth in a different form
B) become waste material
C) are recycled
D) all of the above

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6. Which one of the following is an example of non-renewable resources?
A) Wind
B) Vegetation
C) Coal and Minerals
D) Water

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7. Which one of the following is not fossil fuel?
A) Petroleum
B) Coal
C) Natural gas
D) Uranium

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8. _________________ is the major raw material for biogas.
A) Tree leaves
B) Grass
C) Cow dung
D) Waste from kitchen

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9. The earth’s surface covered by water is ________
A) 75%
B) 80%
C) 60%
D) 65%

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10.  What is true of the Ecosystem?
A) Primary consumers are least dependent upon producers
B) Primary consumers outnumber producers
C) Producers are more than primary consumers
D) Secondary consumers are largest and powerful

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11. pick up the correct food chain
A) grass-chameleon-insect-bird
B) grass-fox-rabbit-bird
C) fallen leaves-bacteria-insect larvae
D) Phytoplankton-zooplankton-fish

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12. Select the correct statement of biodiversity
A) The desert area of Rajasthan and Gujarat have a very high level of desert animal species as well as numerous rare animals
B) Large scale planting of BT cotton has no adverse effect on biodiversity
C) Western Ghats have a very high degree of species richness and endemism
D) Conservation of biodiversity in just a fad pursued by the developed countries

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13 The Red Data Book maintains a record of the
A) Plants and animals present in the whole world
B) Relationship between man and biosphere
C) Plants and animals which are known to be endangered
D) Forest wealth in the whole world

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14. In a national park protection is given to
A) The entire flora
B) The entire fauna
C) The plants and animals
D) The entire ecosystem

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15. The phenomenon of the entry of toxic chemicals into the food chains and more concentrated at higher trophic levels is called
A) Biological control
B) Biomagnification
C) Algal bloom
D) Red tide

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16. Bharatpur bird sanctuary is situated in
A) Kerala
B) Karnataka
C) Gujarat
D) Rajasthan

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17. Which of the following is an air pollutant?
A) Nitrogen
B) Carbon
C) Carbon monoxide
D) Oxygen

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18. Which of the following is a secondary air pollutant?
A) Ozone
B) Carbon Dioxide
C) Carbon monoxide
D) Sulphur dioxide

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19. Which of the following inhalations dissolved in the blood hemoglobin more rapidly than oxygen?
A) Sulphur dioxide
B) Carbon monoxide
C) Ozone
D) Nitrous oxide

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20. Taj Mahal is said to be suffering from “Marble Cancer”. What is Marble Cancer?
A) Acidic Rain which corrodes marble
B) Large number of fungus in TajMahal marbles
C) Yellowing of the marble on account of Soot particles
D) Smokes filling the Taj Mahal from adjoining industries

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21. DDT is
A) Greenhouse gas
B) Non- degradable pollutant
C) Degradable pollutant
D) None of these

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22. Greenhouse effect is caused by
A) Green plants
B) infrared rays
C) UV rays
D) X- rays

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23. How does the biological oxygen demand get affected with the increased presence of organic matter in water?
A) the oxygen demand increases
B) the oxygen demand decreases
C) the oxygen demand remains unchanged
D) None of the above

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24. Which of the following devices is suitable for the removal of gaseous pollutants?
A) Cyclone separator
B) Electrostatic precipitator
C) Fabric filter
D) Wet scrubber

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25. Which one of the following is not true about the  term “CARBON CREDITS”?
A) A Carbon credit gives the owner the right to emit one tonne of carbon dioxide.
B) Carbon credits are a tradable permit scheme and can be exchanged between businesses having short of quotas or below the quotas.
C) These can be bought and sold in the international/national market at the Govt. controlled prices.
D) All the above are true

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26. Shifting back to a more localized production of  food and other resources would lead to all of the  following except
A) reduced local environmental sustainability
B) more stable source of jobs and income
C) more profits circulating within each community
D) reduced transportation fuel use

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27. Which of the following would not traditionally  support an environmentally-friendly economy?
A) Shift taxes from wages and profits to pollution and waste.
B) Improve energy efficiency.
C) Shift from a carbon-based economy to a renewable fuel-based economy.
D) Decrease subsidies for alternative fuel vehicles

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28. Which of the following is not true of watershed  management?
A) Watershed management is continuous and needs a multidisciplinary approach
B) A watershed management framework support partnering, using sound science, taking well planned actions and achieving results
C) Watersheds are natural systems that we can work with
D) Watersheds are a type of building for storing bottled water

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29.  What is watershed?
A) area of land that water flows across as it moves toward a larger water body
B) area of land from which water drains to a particular water body
C) moisture released from clouds in the form of rain, snow, hail, etc.
D) both I) and II)

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30. Which is not a treatment measures for watershed  development
A) Contour bunding
B) Gravity dam
C) Contour trenching
D) Contour stone walls

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31.  A sustainable society
A) returns to a more primitive style of living
B) meets the needs and aspirations of the present without compromising those of the future
C) curtails all further development.
D) continues as always and assumes that things will work out for the best.

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32. As per EPA 1986, Environment does NOT include
A) air
B) space
C) land
D) water

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33. 1986  deals with
A) General Powers of the Central Government
B) Prevention, Control, and Abatement of Environmental pollution
C) Miscellaneous
D) Preliminary

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34. The minimum penalty for contravention or  violation of any provision of the
A) Environment(Protection) Act, 1986 is an imprisonment for a term which may extend to seven years or fine up to one lakh rupees, or both
B) an imprisonment for a term which may extend to five years or fine up to one lakh rupees, or both
C) an imprisonment for a term which may extend to six years or fine up to two lakh rupees, or both
D) an imprisonment for a term which may extend to five years or fine up to two lakh rupees, or both

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35. The Act also provides for the further penalty if the  failure or contravention continues after the date  of conviction. It is
A) Rs 5000 per week
B) Rs 10000 per Week
C) Rs 10000 per day
D) Rs 5000 per day

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