# Population Distribution Density Growth and Composition MCQ Class 12 Geography

Please refer to Chapter 1 Population Distribution Density Growth and Composition MCQ Class 12 Geography with answers below. These multiple-choice questions have been prepared based on the latest NCERT book for Class 12 Geography. Students should refer to MCQ Questions for Class 12 Geography with Answers to score more marks in Grade 12 Geography exams. Students should read the chapter Population Distribution Density Growth and Composition and then attempt the following objective questions.

## MCQ Questions Class 12 Geography Chapter 1 Population Distribution Density Growth and Composition

The Population Distribution Density Growth and Composition Quaternary Activities MCQ Class 12 Geography provided below covers all important topics given in this chapter. These MCQs will help you to properly prepare for exams.

Question. What is the present annual growth rate of India?
a. 1.56%
b. 1.76%
c. 2.03%
d. 2.13%

Ans.

B

Question. The average density of population of IndIa (2011) is per km.
a. 216
b. 382
c. 221
d. 324

Ans.

B

Question. How many scheduled languages in our constitution?
a. 20
b. 21
c. 22
d. 23

Ans.

C

Question. Which state has the highest sex ratio?
a. Kerala
c. Odisha

Ans.

A

Question. First census of India was held in which year?
a. 1872
b. 1881
c. 1885
d. 1891

Ans.

A

Question. A worker is known as main worker, who works atleast:-
a. More than 183 days
b. 185 days
c. Less than 183 days
d. 200 days

Ans.

A

Question. How much percent of World’s population is in India?
a. 10.7%
b. 12.7%
c. 16.7%
d. 18.7%

Ans.

C

Question. Which state has the highest % of rural population?
a. U.P.
c. Bihar
d. Sikkim

Ans.

B

Question. How many Million Plus towns are there in India (in 2001)?
a. 25
b. 27
c. 30
d. 54

Ans.

D

Question. In how many years India’s population will be doubled?
a. 32 years
b. 34 years
c. 36 years
d. 38 years

Ans.

D

Question. How many stages/phases of population growth?
a. One
b. Two
c. Three
d. Four

Ans.

D

Question. Which one of the following is the largest group of India?
a. Sino-Tibetan
b. Austric
c. Indo-Aryan
d. Dravidian

Ans.

C

Question. Which state has lowest literacy rate?
a. Bihar
b. Odhisha
c. Rajasthan
d. Jharkhand

Ans.

A

Question. Which of these language families is predominant in India?
a. Sino-Tibetian
b. Dravidian
c. Austric
d. Indo-European

Ans.

D

Question. Which state has lowest sex ratio?
a. Punjab
b. Haryana
c. Jharkhand
d. Bihar

Ans.

B

Question. Which state in India had the highest population as per the 2011 census?
b. Punjab
c. West Bengal

Ans.

A

Question. Which state of India is highest population density?
a. Bihar
b. Assam
c. Mizoram

Ans.

A

Question. According to 2011 Census, which one of the following states has the highest population density?
a. Goa
b. Kerala
c. Maharashtra

Ans.

A

Question. What was the population of India as per 2011 Census?
a. 1028 million
b. 3287 million
c. 3182 million
d. 1210 million

Ans.

D

Question. Which state of India has highest population?
a. U.P.
b. Bihar
c. Punjab
d. Kerala

Ans.

A

Question. In how many years India’s population will be doubled?
a. 32 years
b. 34 years
c. 36 years
d. 38 years

Ans.

C

Question. Where does India rank as a world population?
a. First
b. Second
c. Fifth
d. Seventh

Ans.

B

Question. Where does India rank in the world as regards area?
a. Fifth
b. Sixth
c. Seventh
d. Eighth

Ans.

C

Question. Which of the following is the largest religious minority in India?
a. Christian
b. Sikh
c. Buddhist
d. Muslim

Ans.

D

Question. The number of farmers per unit area of farmland is known as:
a. Agricultural density of a population
b. Working density of a population
c. Industrial density of a population
d. Rural density of a population

Ans.

A

Question. What is the average sex ratio In India (2011)?
a. 910
b. 923
c. 940
d. 953

Ans.

C

Question. What is life expectancy in India?
a. 55 years
b. 60 years
c. 66 years
d. 70 years

Ans.

C

Question. The literacy rate in India is:
a. 55%
b. 60%
c. 74%
d. 67%

Ans.

C

Question. The state with the highest population in India is:
a. West Bengal
b. Kerala
d. Kerala

Ans.

C

Question. Arrange the following phases in a sequence order according to their occurrence in Indian population:
(i) Populationexplosion
(ii) Stationaryphase
(iii) Decreasedgrowth
a. i,iv,ii,iii
b. iv,i, iii, ii
c. ii,iv,i,iii
d. iii,ii,iv,i

Ans.

C

Question. The first complete population Census was conducted in Indiain:
a. 1882
b. 1881
c. 1883
d. 1884

Ans.

B

Question. Name the state of India having the lowest share of population as per 2011 Census.
a. Goa
c. Sikkim
d. Tripura

Ans.

C

Question. The state of India which has the lowest percentage of population below poverty line:
a. Punjab
c. Jammu&Kashmir
d. Goa

Ans.

C

Question. The natural growth rate is analyses by assessing the:
a. Crude birth and death rate
b. Positive birth and death rate
c. Negative birth and death rate
d. All of the Above

Ans.

A

Question. The period from1901to1921is referred to as period of:
a. Stagnant or stationery phase of growth of India’s population.
c. Population explosion in India.
d. None of the Above

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A

Question. The period of steady population growth was of:
a. 1921-1951
b. 1911-1921
d. 1931-1941
c. 1901-1911

Ans.

A

Question. Name the state of India having lowest density of population as per2011Census.
a. Punjab
b. Haryana

Ans.

D

Question. What was the annual growth rate of population in India as per 2011 census?
a. 1.16%
b. 1.64%
c. 2%
d. 2.5%

Ans.

B

Question. ArrangethestatesofIndiawithhighesttolowestpopulationdensity.
(i) West Bengal (II)Bihar
a. i,ii,iii,iv
b. ii,i,iii,iv
c. iv,iii,ii,i
d. ii,iv,i,iii

Ans.

B

Question. is the term which means the spread of people a cross the world.
a. Population disturbance
b. Population distribution
c. Population counting
d. None of the above

Ans.

B

Question. The density of population is the number of people per unit area of arable land.
a. physiological
b. psychological
c. physical
d. phishing

Ans.

A

Question. In the post1981till present ,the growth rate of country’s population remained .
a. Stagnant
b. High
c. Low
d. Constant

Ans.

B

Question. of population is the change in the number of people living in a particular area between two points of time.
a. Growth
b. Decline
c. Stability
d. Access

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A

Question. A continuous belt of states from west to east in the north-west, north, and north central parts of the country has relatively growth rate than the southern states.
a. high
b. low
c. slow
d. fast

Ans.

A

Question. Where does India rank as a world population?
a. First
b. Second
c. Fifth
d. Seventh

Ans.

B

Question. The literacy rate in India is:
a. 55%
b. 60%
c. 74%
d. 67%

Ans.

C

Question. The growth of population rate per decade is.
a. 15.3%
b. 17.3%
c. 17.6%
d. 21.3%

Ans.

C

Question. Which phase is referred to population explosion in India?
a. Phase I
b. Phase II
c. Phase III
d. Phase IV

Ans.

C

Question. What was the average densfty of population of India In 2011?
a. 235 persons per sq km
b. 382 persons per sq km
c. 432 persons per sq km
d. 657 persons per sq km

Ans.

B

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