GEOGRAPHY OF INDIA 200 MCQS MOCK TEST 5 FOR NTA UGC NET

GEOGRAPHY OF INDIA 200 MCQS MOCK TEST 5 FOR NTA UGC NET

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GEOGRAPHY OF INDIA 200 Questions Mock Test for NTA UGC NET & States SET/SLET Exam, This is the Part 5 of this series.

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GEOGRAPHY OF INDIA 200 MCQS PART 5

GEOGRAPHY OF INDIA 200 MCQS PART 5

  • This Test Contains 15 Questions
  • Total Questions is 200
  • All Questions is Compulsory
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Q.81. Which one of the following rivers does not make a delta?

(A) Mahanadi

(B) Godavari

(C) Tapti

(D) Ganga

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Q.82. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer from the codes given below

List-I

(Rivers)

List-II

(Tributary)

A. Krishna1. Chambat
B. Brahmaputra2. Indravati
C. Godavari3. Tista
D. Yamuna4. Bhima

 

Codes:

 ABCD
A.1432
B.2341
C.4321
D.3412

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Q.83. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer from the codes given below

List-I

(Soil)

List-II

(State)

A. Alluvial1. Rajasthan
B. Black Soil (Regur)2. Uttar Pradesh
C. Desert3. Maharashtra
D. Red4. Meghalaya

Codes

 ABCD
A.1342
B.2314
C.3214
D.4321

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Q.84. The place records the lowest normal temperature in the month of January is

(A) Bikaner

(B) Banglore

(C) Firozpur

(D) Jaisalmer

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Q.85. Which of the following hills forms the North Eastern edge of the Chotanagpur Plateau

(A) Mikir Hills

(B) Rajmahal Hills

(C) Parasnath Hills

(D) Eastern Ghats

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Q.86. Which one of the following states of India has the highest percentage of its area under forest cover

(A) Andaman and Nicobar Islands

(B) Arunachal Pradesh

(C) Mizoram

(D) Jammu and Kashmir

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Q.87. Which one of the following states in India has the highest percentage of tank irrigation?

(A) Tamil Nadu

(B) West Bengal

(C) Kerala

(D) Karnataka

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Q.88. Which among the following is similar to the ‘Duars’ in Bengal?

(A) Alluvial Plains in Bihar

(B) Valley of Flowers in Uttarakhand

(C) Terai Belt of Uttar Pradesh

(D) Coastal Region of Konkan

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Q.89. The largest Maize producing state of India is

(A) Uttar Pradesh

(B) Madhya Pradesh

(C) Himachal Pradesh

(D) Haryana

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Q.90. Which is the largest coffee producing state of India is

(A) Assam

(B) Kerala

(C) Tamil Nadu

(D Karnataka

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Q.91. Where you would find the dominance of Alkaline and Saline types of soils in India

(A) Andhra Pradesh

(B) Bihar

(C) Odisha

(D) Rajasthan

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Q.92. Which state is the largest producer of Thorium in India

(A) Rajasthan

(B) Bihar

(C) Kerala

(D) Tamil Nadu

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Q.93. Which one of the following states is NOT a producer of mica?

(A) Karnataka

(B) Odisha

(C) Jharkhand

(D) Maharashtra

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Q.94. Which one of the following regions is known for high frequency landslides

(A) Himalaya

(B) Eastern Ghats

(C) Western Ghats

(D) Satpuras

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Q.95. The Karewa formed in Kashmir Valley during

(A) Oligocene Period

(B) Miocene Period

(C) Pleistocene Period

(D) Mid-Miocene Period

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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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