Q.1. (i) Select the best option/answer and fill in the appropriate Circle on the OMR Answer Sheet. (20x1=20)
(ii) Answers given anywhere, other than OMR Answer Sheet, shall not be considered.
1. Population Geography emerged as a distinct subject in:
(a)1946 (b)1950 (c) 1953 (d)None of these
2. ________was the first to pleaded case for Population Geography in annual meeting of AAG.
(a)Hooson (b)Clarke (c) Zelinski (d)None of these
3. Population Geography is an allied field of:
(a)Sociology (b)Demography (c) Anthropology (d)None of these
4. As__________Science, Population Geography heavily depends on statistical data.
(a)Social (b)Physical (c) Empirical (d)None of these
5. When an enumerator collects the data himself, then it is called as:
(a)Primary data (b)Meta data (c) Tertiary data (d)None of these
6. In Census when people are counted where they are found at the time of census is called:
(a) De-facto (b) De-jure (c) De la Santa (d)None of these
7. The arithmetic density of population is merely the:
(a)Land-people ratio (b)Man-land ratio (c) Resource-people ratio (d)None of these
8. In terms of Population size, Pakistan is the_________largest country of the world
(d)None of these
9. The continuous data pertaining to population can be had from:
(a)Sample Surveys (b)Census (c) Vital Registration System (d)None of these
10. ___________is a measure of population distribution.
(a)Masculinity (b)Density (c) Fecundity (d)None of these
11. The Vedic age in South Asia began in 1500 BC with the migration of Indo-Aryan tribes from the:
(a)Potwar plateau (b)Tibetan plateau (c) Iranian plateau (d)None of these
12. Hamun-i-Mushkhal is a ____________ lake in Balochistan.
(a)Playa (b)Ox bow (c) Man-made (d)None of these
13. The hills made up on sand and clay near Sargodha and Chinot are:
(a)Nilgri hills (b)Palnai hills (c) Kairana hills (d)None of these
14. Thimpu is the capital of:
(a)India (b)Bangladesh (c) Bhutan (d)None of these
15. The area between Jhelum and Indus river is called the:
(a)Rachna dooab (b)Sindh Sagar dooab (c) Bari dooab (d)None of these
16. Most of parts of South Asian countries experience _________type of rainfall.
(a)Monsoon (b)Convectional (c) Cyclonic (d)None of these
17. _____________is called “the Switzerland of Asia”
(a)The valley of Peshawar (b)The valley of Kashmir (c) The valley of Swat (d)None of these
18. ___________largely determines the type of vegetation in South Asia.
(a)Rainfall (b)Topography (c) Altitude (d)None of these
19. The type of soil found within Indo-gangetic plain is called:
(a)Desert soil (b)Saline soil (c) Alluvial soil (d)None of these
20. __________requires more water than any other crop of South Asia.
(a)Cotton (b)Sugarcane (c) Paddy (d)None of these
NOTE: (i) Part-IIis to be attempted on the separate Answer Book.
(ii)Candidate must write Q. No.in the Answer Bookin accordance with Q. No.in the Q. Paper.
(iii)Attempt ONLY FOUR questions from PART-II, ALL questions carry EQUAL marks.
(iv) Extra attempt of any question or any part of the attempted question will not be considered.
Q.2. Is there any relation between the ‘Holly Quran and Geography’? Explain your ideas in
Q.3. Which factors effect the ‘Distribution of Population’ in the world? Elaborate. (20)
Q.4. What is the importance of Iron and Steel industry? How it plays a major role in the
development of any country?
Q.5. Draw a map of Pakistan and show physical features in it. (20)
Q.6. Write a comprehensive note on “ Kala Bagh Dam is the timely need of Pakistan.” (20)
Q.7. Fresh water shortage is a futurethreat for Pakistan. Discuss. (20)
Q.8. Write notes on any TWOof the following:-
(a)The Green Revolution
(b)The Golden Corridor
(c)Energy Crisis in Pakistan
(d)Causes of Rural-Urban Migration in the World
(10 each) (20)