GEOGRAPHY OF INDIA 200 MCQS MOCK TEST 3 FOR NTA UGC NET

GEOGRAPHY OF INDIA 200 MCQS MOCK TEST 3 FOR NTA UGC NET

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GEOGRAPHY OF INDIA 200 MCQS PART 3

GEOGRAPHY OF INDIA 200 MCQS PART 3

  • This Test Contains 15 Questions
  • Total Questions is 200
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Q.51. The youngest mountain range of India

(A) Aravalli

(B) Himalayan

(C) Vindhyachal

(D) Satpura

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Q.52. 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) Namdapha National Park

(D) Kaziranga National Park

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Q.53. The Standard Meridian of India is considered at

(A) 80° 31' East Longitude

(B) 82° 30' East Longitude

(C) 88° 30' East Longitude

(D) 82° 30' West Longitude

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Q.54. The maximum share of canal irrigation to total irrigated area is found in the state of

(A) Assam

(B) Uttar Pradesh

(C) Jammu and Kashmir

(D) Bihar

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Q.55. The largest producer of sugar cane is South India is

(A) Maharashtra

(B) Tamil Nadu

(C) Karnataka

(D) Telangana

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Q.56. Among the mineral resources of India the largest reserve belongs to

(A) Iron Ore

(B) Coal

(C) Limestone

(D) Dolomite

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Q.57. The highest number of urban population occurs in the state of

(A) Uttar Pradesh

(B) West Bengal

(C) Tamil Nadu

(D) Maharashtra

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Q.58. Which one of the North East States has the lowest concentration of tribal population

(A) Meghalaya

(B) Mizoram

(C) Assam

(D) Arunachal Pradesh

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Q.59. Jharia Coalfield is located in

(A) Bihar

(B) Jharkhand

(C) Odisha

(D) Chattisgarh

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Q.60. Which of the following region is associated with cotton textile industry

(A) Varanasi

(B) Chandigarh

(C) Ahmedabad

(D) Pune

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Q.61. Kargil is located on the banks of

(A) Indus River

(B) Jhelum River

(C) Suru River

(D) Chenab River

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Q.62. Which state of India is the largest producer of Soyabean

(A) Rajasthan

(B) Gujarat

(C) Uttar Pradesh

(D) Madhya Pradesh

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Q.63. Which state of India is the largest producer of wheat

(A) Punjab

(B) Haryana

(C) Uttar Pradesh

(D) Madhya Pradesh

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Q.64. The highest per hectare of wheat is produced in the state of

(A) Bihar

(B) Uttar Pradesh

(C) Punjab

(D) Haryana

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Q.65. Falta Special Economic Zone (SEZ) is situated in which state of India

(A) Mumbai

(B) West Bengal

(C) Bihar

(D) Punjab

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Syllabus:

Unit – X:

Geography of India

Major Physiographic Regions and their Characteristics; Drainage System (Himalayan and Peninsular), Climate: Seasonal Weather Characteristics, Climatic Divisions, Indian Monsoon (mechanism and characteristics), Jet Streams and Himalayan Cryosphere, Types and Distribution  of Natural Resources: Soil, Vegetation, Water, Mineral and Marine Resources. Population Characteristics (spatial patterns of distribution), Growth and Composition (rural-urban, age, sex, occupational, educational, ethnic and religious), Determinants of Population, Population Policies in India, Agriculture ( Production, Productivity and Yield of Major Food Crops), Major Crop Regions, Regional Variations in Agricultural Development, Environmental, Technological and Institutional Factors affecting Indian Agriculture; Agro-Climatic Zones, Green Revolution, Food Security and Right to Food. Industrial Development since Independence, Industrial Regions and their characteristics, Industrial Policies in India. Development and Patterns of Transport Networks (railways, roadways, waterways, airways and pipelines), Internal and External Trade (trend, composition and directions), Regional Development Planning in India, Globalisation and its impact on Indian Economy, Natural Disasters in India (Earthquake, Drought, Flood, Cyclone, Tsunami, Himalayan Highland Hazards and Disasters.)

 

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