Indian Geography Objective Questions - Set 02

G.K. Practice Test: Question Set - 02


1. Coral reefs in India can be found in
    (A) The coast of Orissa
    (B) Waltair
    (C) Rameshwaram
    (D) Trivandrum

2. India has
    (A) Largest turmeric production
    (B) Largest tea production
    (C) Largest ginger production
    (D) All of the above

3. ‘Chakama’ is the tribe from which of the following regions?
    (A) Mizoram
    (B) Assam
    (C) Bangladesh
    (D) Tripura

4. The originating in the Himalayan mountain complex consists of how many distinct drainage systems of the Indian Subcontinent?
    (A) Two
    (B) Three
    (C) Four
    (D) Five

5. Which of the following areas or regions is most prone to earthquakes?
    (A) Ganga-Brahmaputra valley
    (B) Deccan plateau
    (C) Plains of northern India
    (D) Western Ghats

6. The natural region which holds the Indian subcontinent is
    (A) Equatorial climate change region
    (B) Hot desert
    (C) Monsoon
    (D) Mediterranean

7. The most fertile region of India is
    (A) The Himalayas
    (B) The central Highlands
    (C) The Indo-Gangetic plain
    (D) Peninsular plateau

8. When it is noon IST at Allahabad in India, the time at Greenwich, London, will be
    (A) Midnight ,GMT
    (B) 1730 hours
    (C) 0630 hours
    (D) None of the above

9. Which of the following factors are responsible for India's failure to fully exploit the inland fisheries during the last five decades?
    I. Silting and pollution of the inland water bodies
    II. Deforestation in the catchment areas of the rivers
    III. Lack of marketing facilities
    Select the correct answer from the codes given below
    (A) I, II and III
    (B) I and II
    (C) I and III
    (D) II and III

10. The oldest rocks in India are reported from
    (A) Dharwar region, Karnataka
    (B) Aravalli range, Rajasthan
    (C) Vindhyan range, Madhya Pradesh
    (D) Siwalik range, Punjab

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