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Question 1.
Tendu leaves are used in making
(a) bidis
(b) plates
(c) baskets
(d) umbrellas

Question 2.
The railway network expanded rapidly in India from the
(a) 1820s
(b) 1830s
(c) 1850s
(d) 1860sAnswer

Question 3.
The Imperial Forest Research Institute was set up at
(a) Allahabad
(b) Darjeeling
(c) Dehradun
(d) ShimlaAnswer

Question 4.
Baigas are a forest community of
(a) Central India
(b) North India
(c) South india
(d) North-east indiaAnswer

Question 5.
The colonial power in Indonesia were the
(a) English
(b) Dutch
(c) French
(d) PortugueseAnswer

Question 6.
Who were the colonial power in Indonesia?
(a) British
(b) Dutch
(c) French
(d) PortugueseAnswer

Question 7.
Where did the Dutch start forest management in Indonesia?
(a) Java
(b) Sumatra
(c) Bali
(d) None of the aboveAnswer

Question 8.
The Kalangs resisted the Dutch in
(a) 1700
(b) 1750
(c) 1770
(d) 1800Answer

Question 9.
What was the system of ‘blandongdiensten’?
(a) A system of education
(b) Industrialisation
(c) First imposition of rent on land and then exemption
(d) None of the aboveAnswer

Question 10.
What was the policy followed by the British in India towards forests during the First and the Second World Wars?
(a) The forest department cut trees freely to meet British war needs
(b) Cutting of trees was strictly prohibited for everyone, including the British
(c) More and more trees were planted to give employment to Indians
(d) None of the above

Question 11.
Who wrote the book ‘The Forests of India’ in the year 1923?
(a) David Spurr
(b) E.P. Stebbing
(c) Verrier Elvin
(d) John MiddletonAnswer

Question 12.
Indian Forest Service was set up in the year:
(a) 1865
(b) 1864
(c) 1854
(d) 1884Answer

Question 13.
The system of scientific forestry stands for:
(a)System whereby the local farmers were allowed to cultivate temporarily within a plantation
(b) System of cutting old trees and plant new ones
(c) Division of forest into three categories
(d) Disappearance of forestsAnswer

Question 14.
In South-East Asia shifting agriculture is known as:
(A) Chitemene
(b) Tavy
(c) Lading
(d) MilpaAnswer

Question 15.
Forests consisting of which type of trees were preferred by the Forest Department?
(a) Forests having trees which provided fuel, fodder and leaves
(b) Forests having soft wood
(c) Forests having trees suitable for building ships and railways

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