CSS :: Laws and Policies

1.  What are the objective and necessity of a separate and special forest law?
A. Forest rights: Estates to be placed under forest management are often burdened with rights adverse to the public B. Forest contain a variety of produce like soil, undergrowth, grass, minerals
C. The ignorant population considers forest as everybody's property D. The receipts from the forest belong to the state, therefore, laws are necessary for its punctual realization
E. All of the above    

2.  Definitions of legal terms used in forestland are:
A. Act: Any law passed by any law making authority B. Aquit: If the guilt is not proved, the person is acquitted. To set free somebody not found guilty of a crime
C. Accused: To charge some one with a crime D. Convict: If the crime is proved, said that he is a convict. To find some one guilty of a crime
E. All of the above    

3.  The important Sections of Forest Act 1927 are:
A. S.35: It is all about the protection of forest for special purposes B. S.38: It is about the protection of forest at the request of owners
C. S.52: The forest officer has power to seize any property (e.g. forest produce, tools, transport etc.) D. S.62: If a forest officer wrongfully and unnecessarily seizes any property, he can be pubished with a term upto 6 months, Rs. 500/- as fine or both
E. All of the above    

4.  Hazara Forest Act ________
A. 1936 B. 1938
C. 1939 D. 1940

5.  Role of forests in economy of Pakistan is / are:
A. Forests provide timber and firewood, which have high calorific and commercial value for construction B. Forest are source of aesthetic look especially linear plantations
C. Forests make the microclimate more pleasant making their surroundings cooler D. Forests save crops, human being, and cattle from the dangerous effects of galleys
E. All of the above    

6.  Suggestions for revising forest Act 1927 and forest policy are:
A. Punishment for the wood damage should be revised B. Undue political involvement should be stopped
C. Organizational set up of the forest department must be strong and broad based D. Agroforestry practices should be increased in irrigated plantations
E. All of the above    

7.  Forest policies in the past were meant to promote forestry and improve rangelands; watersheds, research and education were ineffective due to the main reasons:
A. No proper mechanism existed for implementing policy directives B. Provinces felt no follow to comply with national policies because forestry is a provincial responsibility
C. Both (a) & (b) D. None of these

8.  The most important issues that affect forest policy at the national level are:
A. Nature conservation B. Forestry
C. Forest related trade D. Development of tourism
E. All of the above    

9.  Future strategies to promote forestry are:
A. Promote environmental stability and preserve biodiversity B. Increase productivity of forests, farmlands, rangelands and watersheds
C. Alleviate poverty and promote better living conditions D. Encourage private sector involvement in forestry
E. All of the above    

10.  Preserve forest area means:
A. Start target oriented programmes for regenerating degraded forestlands with the local people's participation B. Provide incentives for people to frow fuel and fodder trees on private lands and rangelands around forests
C. Suitable fuel wood in sensitive and critical area such as threatened ecosystems D. All of the above

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