CSS :: Forestry Situation in Pakistan

1.  Forestry situation in Pakistan:
A. The landscape of this country of many splendours encompasses the sandy beaches, blue lagoons B. The mangroves along the Arabian Sea, running wild in the sandy deserts and desolate plateaus, becoming serene
C. Calm in productive irrigated Indus basin, culminating in the tree-clad mountains, picturesque valleys and the eternal glaciers in the Himalayas in the north D. All of the above

2.  Topography - Lying diagonally between 24
A. 87.98 B. 88.98
C. 90.98 D. 92.99

3.  Pakistan is an oblong stretch of land of over ______ km, from the Arabian Sea to the Karakoram Mountains:
A. 2,250 B. 2,500
C. 3,000 D. 3,200

4.  The northern mountainous system, comprising the Karakoram, the great _______, is one of the most exciting and important tracts of the world:
A. Himalayas B. Hindu Kush
C. Both (a) & (b) D. None of these

5.  ______ the 2nd highest in the world:
A. K1 (7,563 m) B. K2 (8,563 m)
C. K3 (6,500 m) D. None of these

6.  The country is drained by six mighty rivers is:
A. Kabul B. Indus
C. Jhelum D. Chenab
E. All of the above    

7.  Agriculture is the mainstay of the economy, contributing about 30% of GNP and employing _____ of the labour force:
A. 55% B. 60%
C. 70% D. 80%

8.  The climate, as a whole is categorized by:
A. Scarce and erratic rainfall B. Low relative humidity
C. Extreme temperatures D. Strong hot and cold winds
E. All of the above    

9.  Whole of the country, outside the main Himalayan Range, receives a low variable rainfall from 50 mm in western parts of Boluchistan highlands to about 1500 mm in the _____
A. Himalayan region B. Hindu Kush region
C. Karakoram region D. None of these

10.  Monsoon ______ is the most important, in so far as quantity of rain is concerned:
A. July to September B. August to November
C. September to December D. None of these

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