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Q.26. In which of the following states of India concentration of laterite soils higher?
(B) Arunachal Pradesh
(D) Jammu and Kashmir
Alluvial: Mainly found in the plains of Gujarat, Punjab, Haryana, UP, Bihar, Jharkhand etc.
Black (Regur soil): Deccan plateau- Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh,Tamil Nadu, Valleys of Krishna and Godavari.
Red: Eastern and southern part of the deccan plateau, Orissa, Chattisgarh and southern parts of the middle Ganga plain.
Laterite: Karnataka, Kerala, Tamilnadu, Madhya Pradesh, Assam and Orissa hills.
Arid and Desert: Western Rajastan, north Gujarat and southern Punjab
Saline and Alkaline: Western Gujarat, deltas of eastern coast, Sunderban areas of West Bengal, Punjab and Haryana
Q.27. Which region of India is known as the Rice Bowl?
(A) Indo Gangetic Plain
(B) Krishna – Godavari Delta Region
(C) North Eastern Region
(D) Kerala and Tamil Nadu
Krishna-Godavari Delta region in India is known as the ‘Rice Bowl of India’. In India, Andhra Pradesh & the Krishna-Godavari Delta region is called as “Rice Bowl of India”. Chhattisgarh is also known as Rice Bowl of India.
Q.28. Which of the state has continuously maintained foavourable sex ratio since census are conducted in India
(A) Arunachal Pradesh
(D) Tamil Nadu
States Having Highest Sex Ratio
Tamil Nadu: 996
Andhra Pradesh: 993
Q.29. Which area of India is highly prone to earthquake.
(A) Aravalli Range
(B) Coastal Area
(C) Indo-Gangetic Plain
(D) Himalayan Range
Q.30. Match the following List-I with List-II and select the correct answer from the codes give below:
|List-I (Mountain Range)||List-II (Highest Peak)|
|A. Western Ghats||1. Doddabetta|
|B. Eastern Ghats||2. Gurushikhar|
|C. Nilgiri||3. Anamudi|
|D. Aravalli||4. Arma Konda|
Q.31. Which one of the North-Eastern states has the highest concentration of tribal population?
highest concentration of tribal
Arunachal Pradesh: 63.66%
Q.32. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer from the codes given below
|List-1 (Rivers)||List-II (Origin)|
|A. Chenab||1. Great Himalaya|
|B. Beas||2. Kullu Hills|
|C. Ganga||3. Gangotri|
|D. Brahmaputra||4. Kailas Range|
Q.33. The youngest mountain range of India
The Himalayan Mountain is the youngest range of India and is a new fold mountain formed by the collision of two tectonic plates.
Q.34. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer from the codes given below
|List-1 (Confluence)||List-II (Rivers)|
|A. Dev Prayag||1. Dhauli and Vishnu Ganga|
|B. Vishnu Prayag||2. Pindar and Mandakini|
|C. Karna Prayag||3. Alaknanda and Bhagirathi|
|D. Rudra Prayag||4. Pindar and Alaknanda|
Q.35. Which one of the following regions separates the Great Plains of North India from the plateaus and coastal plains of the Deccan?
(A) Western Himalayas
(B) Eastern Himalayas
(C) Western Arid Plains
(D) Central Highlands
Q.36. Match List-I with List-11 and select the correct answer from the given below
|List-1 (Plateau)||List-II (States)|
|A. Bhander||1. Chhattisgarh|
|B. Ranchi||2. Madhya Pradesh|
|C. Bastar||3. Jharkhand|
|D. Shillong||4. Meghalaya|
Q.37. Match List-I and List-II and select the correct answer from the codes given below-
|List-I (Hill Name)||List-II (States)|
|A. Mikir Hills||1. Madhya Pradesh|
|B. Amarkantak||2. Assam|
|C. Khasi Hills||3. Karnataka|
|D. Baba Budan Hills||4. Meghalaya|
Q.38. In which one of the following states of India the maximum teak forest in India
(B) Uttar Pradesh
(D) Madhya Pradesh
Q.39. Match List-I and List-II and select the correct answer from the codes given below
|List-I (Pass)||List-II (States)|
|A. Shipki-la||1. Arunachal Pradesh|
|B. Niti||2. Himachal Pradesh|
|C. Nathu-la||3. Uttarakhand|
|D. Bomdi-la||4. Sikkim|
Q.40. The oldest rocks in India are reported from –
(A) Siwalik Range
(C) Dharwar Region
Q.41. Which one of the following ports has been developed on a lagoon
Q.42. Which among the following national park observed the tropical, sub tropical, temperate and arctic climate condition
(A) Jim Corbett National Park
(B) Dudhwa National Park
(C) Khangchendzonga National Park
(D) Kaziranga National Park
Khangchendzonga National Park observed the tropical, sub tropical, temperate and arctic climate condition due to the high altitude.
Located in Sikkim.
It was inscribed to the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list in July 2016.
Q.43. The Indo-Gangetic Plain was formed during the geological period of –
Q.44. The river Indus Originates from
(A) Mansarovar Lake
(B) Kailash Range
(C) Loktak Lake
Q.45. The maximum percent of share of irrigated area to the gross cultivated area is found in
(A) Jammu and Kashmir
(B) Uttar Pradesh
Q.46. The Kakrapara irrigation project is on the river
Kakrapar Project is an irrigation project on the river of Tapi. It is near Kakrapara, 80 km upstream of Surat. This project is financed by the Government of Gujarat.
Q.47. Which of the canals has transformed agricultural activities of Sri Ganga Nagar, Nagar, Bikaner and Jaisalmer District?
(A) Ram Ganga Canal
(B) Sirhind Canal
(C) Indira Gandhi Canal
(D) Karan Canal
Q.48. Which of the following soil in India is most suitable for cotton cultivation?
(A) Regur Soil
(B) Laterite Soil
(C) Alluvial Soil
(D) Red Soil
Regur soil is suitable for cotton cultivation. It is a black coloured soil. It is said be perfect for cotton cultivation. It is rich in iron content.
Q.49. The first coal mine in India was at
Q.50. The oldest and richest coal field of India with respect to quantity of production and quality is
(D) Godavari Basin