UPTET Environmental Studies Practice Set : UPTET exam is going to be held on 28 November 2021. In such a situation, the candidates must solve the UPTET Environmental Studies Practice Set – 6 given below. With which the candidates can assess their preparation as well as provide more speed, strength to the preparation. So, go through the UPTET Environmental Studies Practice Set given below.
In this practice set of Environmental Studies 30 important questions have been selected which can appear in UPTET exam this year. So you can make your preparation even stronger by practicing these environmental studies questions.
UPTET 2021 Environmental Studies Practice Set – 6
Question. is called dhurratara
- of the north star
- Of the eastern star
- Of the southern star
- Of the western star
Question. What is the approximate circumference of the earth?
- 40,000 km
- 60,000 km
- 80,000 km
- 100,000 km
Question. Titan is the natural satellite of which planet?
Question. The most important element of weather affecting agriculture in India is
Question. What is the name of the imaginary line on the earth’s surface drawn at 180° meridian meridian?
- international date line
- Tropic of Cancer
- prime meridian
Question. a falling star (meteor)
- uniform speed star
- a glowing body that moves with a uniform speed in the atmosphere
- a star with a tail at one end
- meteor that catches fire as soon as it enters the earth’s atmosphere
Question. The color of a constellation depends on its
- far from the sun
- on the radius
- on the density
- at surface temperature
Question. Which is the closest planet to the Sun?
Question. On which day is the ‘longest day’ of the Southern Hemisphere?
- March 21
- June 21
- 23 september
- 22 December
Question. Which of the following are called the twin planets of the Earth?
Question. The main reason for having day and night is
- rotation of the sun on its axis
- rotation of the moon
- Earth’s rotation on its axis
- All of the above
Question. lunar eclipse occurs when
- Earth is between the Sun and the Moon
- the moon is between the earth and the sun
- The Sun lies between the Earth and the Moon
- Earth, Sun and Moon are in straight line.
Question. The pole star appears stable in all seasons because
- The pole star does not rotate on its axis
- The pole star lies on the axis of the equator
- the pole star is above the axis of the north pole of the earth
- the pole star is far away from other stars
Question. What is the mass of stars, dust and gas held together by gravity between the components called?
- Solar system
Question. The study of the universe is known as
Question. Which is the closest star to our solar system?
- alpha century
- proxima century
- Vita Century
Question. By what name do western residents know the constellation ‘Sapta Rishi’?
- Seven Monk
- alpha century
- binge dipper
- small beer
Question. _ It is surrounded by a ring system that extends for thousands of kilometers in space.
Question. What does the character of a star indicate?
Question. The bright star called “Cirrus” outside the solar system is also called…..
- cat star
- dog store
- fox star
- lion star
Question. What is the outermost layer of the Sun called?
Question. What is the top layer of the Sun called?
- circle of light
- radioactive zone
- Corona (Kirit)
Question. By whom is solar energy generated?
- fusion process
- combustion process
- fission process
- none of these
Question. The bright part of the Sun is called……..
Question. Name the hottest planet.
Question. Which of the following planet is the hottest?
Question. Size of Venus in our Solar System_ is serial number.
Question. Which of these planets does not have any satellites?
Question. In how many minutes does sunlight reach the Earth?
- 2 min.
- 4 min.
- 8 min.
- 20 min.
Question. Mercury from Sun………. closest to Located is planet.
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