Indian Geography questions/ Indian Geography question bank/ Part 03

 1) Mudumalai Sanctuary is famous for

A) Tigers

B) Birds

C) Elephants

D) Bisons

 Answer: A

2) The plateau rich in minerals in india is

A) Malwa plateau

B) Chhota Nagpur Plateau

C) Deccan Plateau

D) Mysuru Plateau

Answer: B

3) The second longest east-flowing peninsular river is 

A) Godavari

B) Krishna

C) Cauvery

D) Mahanadi

Answer: A

4) Rajasthan receives very little rain because

A) It is too hot

B) there is no water available and thus the winds remain dry

C) the mansoons fail to reach this area

D) the winds do not come across any barrier to cause the necessary uplift to cool the winds

Answer: D

5) Which one of the following steel plant waqs started in 1965 in India with West German Collaboration ?

A) Jamshedpur - Tata steel Plant

B) Bokaro Steel Plant

C) Durgapur Steel Plant

D) Rourkela Steel Plant

Answer: D

6) Rihand Valley Project is located in the state of

A) Uttar Pradesh

B) Bihar

C) Orissa

D) Madhya Pradesh

Answer: A

7) Which of the following sets of cities is located on the reference longitude for Indian standard time

A) Bangalore - Varanasi

B) Chennai - Varanasi

C) Kakinada - Pondicherry

D) Pondicherry - Varanasi

Answer: C

8) The National Atlas and Thematic Mapping Organisation (NATMO) is located at 

A) Kolkata

B) Lucknow

C) Dehra Dun

D) New Delhi

 Answer: A

9) The National Highway -1 connects Delhi to ____

A) Chennai

B) Kolkata

C) Mumbai

D) Amritsar

 Answer: D

10) India is a Tropical country but has a Monsoonal climate because 

A) Its real extent is vast

B) It is surrounded by the sea

C) The Himalayas provide the barrier effect

D) Land and sea breeze create monsoons

Answer: C

11) Surface water resources are highest in

A) Ganga plains

B) North-Eastern India

C) Peninsular India

D) Indus Plains

 Answer: A

12)Kanha National Park belongs to which one among the following biogeographical areas in the world?

A) Tropical Sub-humid Forests

B) Tropical Humid Forests

C) Trophical Dry Forests

D) Trophical Moist Forests

 Answer: C

13) How many Indian states share border with Myanmar  ?

A) 6

B) 7

C) 3

D) 4

Answer: D

14) The natural gaps across the mountains which provide routes are called

A) Peaks

B) Dunes

C) Plateaus

D) Passes

Answer: D

15) Which one of the following groups of Indian states has a common frontier with Bhutan

A) Assam,Bihar,Sikkim and West Bengal

B) Bihar,Meghalaya,Sikkim and West Bengal

C) Arunachal Pradesh,Assam,Sikkim and West Bengal

D) Bihar,Assam,Sikkim and West Bengal

Answer: C

16) Which of the following rivers have almost the same point of emerging ?

A) Tapi and Beas

B) Brahmaputra and Ganga

C) Indus and Ganga

D) Brahmaputra and Indus

Answer: D

17) The 'Rhur of India' is 

A) Mumbai - Pune region

B) Damodar Valley region

C) Chennai- Bangalore region

D) Delhi-Kanpur region

 Answer: B

18) Arakan yoma is the extension of the himalayas located in

A) Myanmar

B) West Bengal

C) Nagaland

D) Baluchistan

Answer: A

19) Oldest Oil Field in India

A) Mumbai High, Maharashtra

B) Anleshwar, Gujarat

C) Digboi, Assam

D) None

Answer: C

20) Red Soil is commonly found in the States of :

A) Punjab and Rajasthan

B) Himachal Pradesh and Haryana

C) Rajasthan and Himachal Pradesh

D) Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh

Answer: D

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