Indian Geography Objective Questions for RRB,IES,UPSC,APPSC,TNPSC ,SSC,NDA,CDS,CivilsPrelims,KeralaPSC,WBPSC,DSC,TET EXams
Which of the following is the largest planet of our Solar System ?
(C) Jupiter (
Which of the following is the largest irrigation canal in the world ?
(A) Suez canal
(B) lndira Gandhi canal
(C) Panama canal
(D) Sirhind canal
Which river is called The Sorrow of Bengal`?
Which of the following planets is nearest to the earth ?
The longest circle which can be drawn on the earth surface passes through the
(A) Circle of Arctic
(C) Tropic of Cancer
(D) Tropic of Capricorn
Which of the following soils has low humus contents ?
The maximum density of canals lies in which of the following States ?
(A) Andhra Pradesh
(C) Tamil Nadu
(D) Uttar Pradesh
Area under forests is far below the required percentage in India because of
(A) Long dry spell period
(B) Large area under cultivation due to large population
(C) Large area under plateau and hilly terrain
(D) Large extent of drought-prone area
Which of the following combinations represents the arrangement of the decreasing particle size order of soils ?
(A) Clay gravel sand and silt
(B) Gravel sand silt and clay
(C) Sand gravel clay and silt
(D) Silt sand gravel and clay
Which of the following is the youngest mountain of India ?
Which of the following combinations of crops provide raw material for agro-based industries ?
(A) Cotton jute and oilseeds
(B) Pulses tobacco and jute
(C) Jowar cotton and sugarcane
(D) Ragi spices and sugarcane
Soil erosion occurs when wind or water removes soil from one location which is often agricultural land to another location usually a river or non-agricultural land. This does nof lead to
(A) Loss of agricuitural land
(B) Water pollution
(C) Blocking of Sight needed by plants in the water
(D) Increased productivity of the non-agricultural land
The States contributing to the construction of the Parbati Valley Hydel Project are
(A) Himachal Pradesh Punjab Delhi Haryana
(B) Himachal Pradesh Gujarat Delhi Haryana
(C) Himachal Pradesh Gujarat Uttar Pradesh Haryana
(D) Uttar Pradesh Madhya Pradesh Gujarat Rajasthan
The 180-metre long road which links two Bangladeshi enclaves is known as
(A) Dahagram corridor
(B) Kuchlibari corridor
(C) Angarapota corridor
(D) Tin Bigha corridor
Since the middle of the 19th century the average temperature of our planet has increased by about
(A) Two degrees
(B) Three degrees
(C) Three and a half degrees
(D) None of the above