Indian Geography SSC CHGL,RRB,Police,State PSCs,Competitive exam

Indian Indian Geography Mock Test-78

Question No:1

The distance between New Delhi and which of the following stations by rail is the shortest ?

(A) New Delhi-Tiruvananthapuram
(B) New Delhi – Banglore
(C) New Delhi-Chennai
(D) New Delhi – Guwahati



Question No:2

The best cooking coal is moatly obtained from

(A) Neyveli
(B) Ranihanj
(C) Singrauli
(D) Jharia



Question No:3

whyis Gularat , the largest producer of salt in India?

(A) Gujarat possesses the largest dry coastal area
(B) The Sea water here is more saline
(C) Gujarat farmers are highly skilled in making
(D) Gujarat has large area of shallow sea



Question No:4

which of the following dams has generation of power more than irrigation as its main purpose ?

(A) Gandhi sagar
(B) Hirakud
(C) Periyar
(D) Tungabhadra



Question No:5

Which of the following periodicial winds blowing the the sea to land cause Summer monsoon in India ?

(A) East-West
(B) North-east
(C) south-west
(D) south-east



Question No:6

pong Damis a venture undertaken jointly by which of the following groups of states ?

(A) Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Orissa
(B) Gujarat, Maharashtra, and Rajasthan
(C) Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, and Orissa
(D) Haryana, Punjab and Rajasthan



Question No:7

which of the following parts of India produces nearly three fourth of the total quantity of tea?

(A) Northern India
(B) North-East India
(C) North-West India
(D) Southern India



Question No:8

To which of the following areas does the Aravalli system belong?

(A) Cainozoic
(B) Mesozoic
(C) Palaeozoic
(D) Precambrian



Question No:9

which part of India receives rain when the summer monsoon recedes ?

(A) Costal Orissa
(B) Malabar Coast
(C) North East coast
(D) Tamil Nadu Coast



Question No:10

Mangrove vegetation in India is most extensive in :

(A) Malabar
(B) Rann of Kutch
(C) Sunderbans
(D) None of these



Question No:11

The rivers included in which of the following groups flow into the Bay of Bengal?

(A) Brahmaputra, Ganges and Godavari
(B) Cauvery, Krishna, and Narmada
(C) Krishna, Godavari, and Tapti
(D) Narmada, Ganges and Brahmaputra



Question No:12

To which of the following types does the natural vegetation of the Western Ghats belong?

(A) Alpine
(B) Deciduous
(C) Evergreen
(D) Mangrove



Question No:13

with the addition of the new seaport of NAVA Sheva, the number of major seaports on the western coast of India is :

(A) 4
(B) 5
(C) 6
(D) 7



Question No:14

who demarcated the line which divides India and Pakistan?

(A) Sir Cyril Readliffe
(B) Sir Mortimer Durand
(C) Sir Henry Mc mohan
(D) Lord Mountpatten



Question No:15

The gravitational pull on the moon is

(A) 1/6th of earth’s
(B) ¼ th of the earth’s
(C) 1/8 th of earth’s
(D) twice that of the earth



Question No:16

Assertion (A) : Madhya Pradesh is the leading producer of limestone in India
Reason (R): The entire output of limestone in Madhya Pradesh is obtained from the Barakar series
in the context of the above two statements which one of the following is correct?

(A) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A
(B) Both A and R are true and R is not correct explanation of A
(C) A is true but R is false
(D) A is false but R is true



Question No:17

Cash Crops of India include:

(A) paddy and jowar
(B) Maize, Jowar and paddy
(C) Ctton and sugarcane
(D) Bajra and paddy



Question No:18

National institute of Oceangraphy is located in

(A) Madurai
(B) Tuticorin
(C) Panji
(D) Dehradum



Question No:19

The State which leads (in India) in terms of the Human Development indicators like birth-Rate , infant Mortality Rate, Literacy, number of females per thousand males is

(A) Keral
(B) Tamil Nadu
(C) Punjab
(D) Maharashtra



Question No:20

which of the following states in India does not share boundary with Myanmar?

(A) Assam
(B) Manipur
(C) Nagaland
(D) Arunachal Pradesh