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1. Which of the following countries is not in Europe ?

a. Canada

b. Austria

c. Norway

d. Luxemburg

Ans: a

2. The hottest planet is :

a. Jupiter

b. Saturn

c. Venus

d. Mercury

Ans: c.

3. Which of the following is the brightest planet ?

a. Mars

b. Jupiter

c. Venus

d. Mercury

Ans: c

4. The exact time taken by earth for single rotation on its own axis is :

a. 24 hours

b. 23 hours 50 minutes 7.2 sec.

c. 24 hours 35 sec.

d. 23 hours 56 minutes 4.09 sec

Ans: d

5. A black hole is a :

a. star with a very low surface temperature

b. star with no atmosphere

c. contracted star with intense gravitational pull

d. pulsating star

Ans: c

6. The brightest star in the sky is :

a. Alfa Centauri

b. Sirius

c. Sun

d. Proxima Centauri

Ans: c

7. Which of the planet is nearest to the Earth ?

a. Venus

b. Mercury

c. Mars

d. Jupiter

Ans: a

8. The earth rotates around its axis from :

a. east to west

b. west to east

c. north to south

d. south to north

Ans: b

9. Nights are cooler in the deserts than in the plains because :

a. the sky remains clear most of the time

b. sand radiates heat more quickly than the earth

c. sand absorbs heat more quickly than the earth

d. none of the above reasons

Ans: a

10. Atmospheric humidity is measured by :

a. Hydrometer

b. Anemometer

c. Psychrometer

d. Lysimeter

Ans: a

11. Which is the world's largest desert ?

a. Gobi

b. Takala Makan

c. Thar

d. Sahara

Ans: d

12. The world's largest lake is :

a. Caspian Sea

b. Lake Victoria

c. Black Sea

d. Lake Superior

Ans: a

13. Which is the largest Gulf in the World ?

a. The Gulf of Cambay

b. The Persian Gulf

c. The Stait of Hormuz

d. The Gulf of Mexico

Ans: d

14. Which of the following is the largest river in the world ?

a. Congo

b. Nile

c. Ganges

d. Amazon

Ans: b

15. The highest waterfall of the world is :

a. Boyoma Falls

b. Khone Falls

c. Angel Falls

d. Niagara Falls

Ans: c

16. The hottest place in the world is :

a. Tehran, Iran

b. Dallol, Ethiopia

c. Azizia, Libya

d. Jaisalmer, India

Ans: c

17. What is ''Igloo'' ?

a. Mammoth mammals found in the Pacific Ocean

b. A dome-shaped house or a hut, built of blocks of hard ice, in which the Eskimos live

c. A king of animal domesticated by aboriginal inhabitants of Australia

d. A king of animal hunted by Kalahari Bushmen

Ans: b

18. Which of the following is the leading producer of rice ?

a. China

b. Cuba

c. Argentina

d. Australia

Ans: a

19. Which country ranks top in the mining of gold ?

a. USA

b. South Africa

c. Canada

d. India

Ans: b

20. The biggest producer of Uranium in the world is :

a. Zaire

b. India

c. Kazakhstan

d. France

Ans: c

21. In the world production of natural rubber, India ranks :

a. fifth

b. fourth

c. third

d. second

Ans: b

22. Which of the following is the highest plateau in the world ?

a. Pamir Plateau

b. Potwar Plateau

c. Colorado Plateau

d. Patagonia Plateau

Ans: a

23. The epicentre of an earthquake is the :

a. point where P-waves touch the surface

b. point of the earth's surface directly above the focus of an earthquake

c. antipodal point

d. point of intersection of P and S wave fronts

Ans: b

24. The intensity of earthquakes is measured on :

a. Richter scale

b. Mercalli scale

c. Secant scale

d. Beaufort scale

Ans: a

25. Suez Canal joins :

a. Red Sea and Arabian Sea

b. Red Sea and Mediterranean Sea

c. Arabian Sea and Mediterranean Sea

d. North Sea and Baltic Sea

Ans: b

26. Niagara Falls are in : 

a. UK

b. USA

c. Australia

d. South Africa

Ans: b

27. The Strait connecting Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal is :

a. Bering Strait

b. Palk Strait

c. Dover Strait

d. Vermosa Strait

Ans: b

28. Which of the following is the deepest lake ?

a. Caspian Sea

b. Lake Baikal

c. Lake Superior

d. Lake Victoria

Ans: b

29. Which is the largest fresh water lake in the world ?

a. Lake Tanganyika

b. Lake Baikal

c. Lake Michigan

d. Lake Superior

Ans: d

30. Which one of the following is the largest country area-wise ?

a. Sudan

b. Kazakhstan

c. India

d. Argentina

Ans: c

31. Which one of the following is not an African country ?

a. Gabon

b. Cameroon

c. Mauritania

d. Yemen

Ans: d

32. Which of the following is the largest island ?

a. Honshu

b. Sumatra

c. Cuba

d. Madagascar

Ans: d

33. Which among the following is the most populous city in the world ?

a. Kolkata

b. Sao Paulo

c. Tokyo

d. Mexico City

Ans: c

34. Which one of the following states share boundaries with the maximum number of other states of India ?

a. Maharashtra

b. Assam

c. Bihar

d. Madhya Pradesh

Ans: b

35. The highest waterfall in India is: 

a. Jog

b. Dudhsagar

c. Kunchikal

d. Courtallam

Ans: c

36. Wular lake of Kashmir is a :

a. Ox-bow lake

b. Lake formed by blocking of ice

c. Lake formed by terminal morainic dam

d. Lake formed by deposition of silt

Ans: c

37. River Godavari flows through :

a. Maharashtra, Odisha and Andhra Pradesh

b. Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh

c. Maharashtra, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh

d. Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh

Ans: d

38. Which Indian state is known as ''Lake of Five Rivers'' ?

a. Uttar Pradesh

b. Haryana

c. Punjab

d. Jammu and Kashmir

Ans: c

39. Which of the following rivers joins Ganga at Allahabad ?

a. Kosi

b. Yamuna

c. Ghaghra

d. Gandak

Ans: b

40. Which one of the following rivers is not the tributary of Ganga ?

a. Indrawati

b. Son

c. Gomati

d. Yamuna

Ans: a

41. Which one among the following has the largest shipyard in India ?

a. Kolkata

b. Mumbai

c. Kochi

d. Visakhapatnam

Ans: c

42. Among the following places, the average annual rainfall is highest at :

a. Chennai

b. Shillong

c. Kolkata

d. Thiruvananthapuram

Ans: b

43. The climate of India is :

a. tropical climate

b. savannah type of climate

c. sub-tropical monsoon

d. sub-tropical climate

Ans: c

44. The driest place in India is :

a. Leh

b. Barmer

c. Jaisalmer

d. Bikaner

Ans: a

45. Which of the following states in India has the largest area under forests ?

a. Himachal Pradesh

b. Assam

c. Madhya Pradesh

d. Kerala

Ans: c

46. How many States and Union Territories are  there in India ?

a. 25 States and 7 Union territories

b. 29 States and 7  Union territories ( including National capital territory-1 )

c. 24 States and 6 Union territories

d. None of the above

Ans: b

47. Amongst the following Indian States, which one has the minimum total forest cover ?

a. Goa

b. Haryana

c. Kerala

d. Sikkim

Ans: b

48. The Tropical of Cancer passes through :

a. Bihar

b. Uttar Pradesh

c. Gujarat

d. Orissa

Ans: c

49. The Himalayan mountain system belongs to which one of the following ?

a. Fold mountains

b. Block mountains

c. Volcanic mountains

d. None of these

Ans: a

50. The highest mountain peak in India is :

a. Mount Everest

b. Nanda Devi

c. Kanchenjunga

d. Mount K2

Ans: c

51. Which one of the following mountains is not the part of Eastern Ghats ?

a. Sheravoy hills

b. Nallamala hills

c. Nilgiri hills

d. Javadi hills

Ans: c

52. Aravalli ranges are an example of :

a. block mountains

b. volcanic mountains

c. residual mountains

d. fold mountains

Ans: c

53. The highest peak of the Himalayas in India is in :

a. Kashmir

b. Uttar Pradesh

c. Sikkim

d. Himachal Pradesh

Ans: c

54. Near the  lake Manasarovar in Tibet, the river which has its source is / are :

a. Indus

b. Brahmaputra

c. Sutlej

d. All of these

Ans: d

55. Which of the following is the longest river in India ?

a. Narmada

b. Godavari

c. Ganga

d. Brahmaputra

Ans:  c

56. Which one of the following groups of crops are grown in India during the Rabi season ?

a. Wheat, barley, gram

b. Barley, maize, rice

c. Rice, maize, wheat

d. Millet, gram, rice

Ans: a

57. Which of the following is a cash crop ?

a. Rice

b. Rubber

c. Cotton

d. Wheat

Ans: b

58. Which of the following soil is most suited for tea plantation ?

a. alluvial

b. regur

c. alkaline

d. acidic

Ans: d

59. The leading states in the production of cotton in India are :

a. Gujarat and Punjab

b. Gujarat and Andhra Pradesh

c. Maharashtra and Punjab

d. Maharashtra and Gujarat

Ans: d

60. Which one of the following states is the largest producer of coffee ?

a. Assam

b. Karnataka

c. Kerala

d. Arunachal Pradesh

Ans: b

61. Largest sugarcane growing state is :

a. Uttar Pradesh

b. Punjab

c. Maharashtra

d. Andhra Pradesh

Ans: a

62. The largest coal reserves of India are found in :

a. Jharkhand

b. Orissa

c. Chhattisgarh

d. Madhya Pradesh

Ans: a

63. In the realm of coal production in the world, India ranks :

a. fourth

b. third

c. first

d. second

Ans: a

64. The ''Grand Trunk Road'' connects :

a. Delhi and Chennai

b. Tirupati and Ludhiana

c. Kolkata and Mumbai

d. Kolkata and Amritsar

Ans: d

65. Which is the largest tiger reserve in India ?

a. Pench

b. Corbett

c. Manas

d. Nagarjuna

Ans: b

66. Which is the first National Park established in India ?

a. Velvadna National Park

b. Periyar National Park

c. Bandipur National Park

d. Jim Corbett National Park

Ans: d

67. The International Date Line (IDL) passes through :

a. Gibralter Strait

b. Bering Strait

c. Florida Strait

d. Malacca Strait

Ans: b

68. Smog is likely to occur :

a. around valleys

b. on calm, clear and cool nights

c. near the industrial areas

d. near lakes

Ans: c

69. The earth is said to be in ________ when in the day the sun is nearest to the earth.

a. apogee

b. perihelion

c. perigee

d. aphelion

Ans: b

70. _________ is the unit of measurement of the distances of stars from the earth.

a. Light year

b. Fathoms

c. Kilometres

d. Nautical miles

Ans: a

71. What is the moon's period of revolution with reference to the sun ?

a. Equal to one sidereal month

b. Equal to one synodic month

c. Equal to one solar month

d. None of these

Ans: c

72. Where do most of the weather phenomena take place ?

a. Ionosphere

b. Stratosphere

c. Tropopause

d. Troposphere

Ans: d

73. When does the thickness of the troposphere increase ?

a. Autumn

b. Winter

c. Spring

d. Summer

Ans: d

74. ___________ gas in the atmosphere absorbs ultraviolet rays.

a. Helium

b. Ozone

c. Methane

d. Nitrogen

Ans: b

75. ________ is a great circle.

a. Tropic of Capricorn

b. Equator

c. Arctic circle

d. Tropic of Cancer

Ans: b

76. The phenomenon of midnight sun can be observed ________.

a. in warm temperate regions

b. anywhere at the time of solar eclipse

c. in the Arctic and Antarctic regions

d. in the tropical zone

Ans: c

77. With which is the Ferrel's Law concerned ?

a. Direction of winds

b. Intensity of waves

c. Velocity of winds

d. None of these

Ans: a

78. Fog is _______.

a. a cirro stratus cloud

b. an altocumulus cloud

c. a low stratus cloud

d. a cumulonimbus cloud

Ans: c

79. The term ''Lithosphere'' refers to __________. 

a. plants and animals

b. crust of the earth

c. interior of the earth

d. none of these

Ans: b

80. The Red Sea is an example of a _________.

a. folded structure

b. lava structure

c. residual structure

d. faulted structure

Ans: d

81. From what do the metamorphic rocks originate ?

a. Sedimentary rocks

b. Igneous rocks

c. Both igneous and sedimentary rocks

d. None of these

Ans: c

82. _________ is an organic rock.

a. Granite

b. Coal

c. Slate

d. Marble

Ans: b

83. The layers in soil are referred to as _________.

a. horizons

b. hard pans

c. profile

d. pedocals

Ans: a

84.  _________ soil id most common in the Indo-Gangetic Plain.

a. Regur

b. Alluvial

c. Podzol

d. Laterite

Ans: b

85. With what is the term 'Epicentre' associated ?

a. Earthquakes

b. Folding

c. Faulting

d. Earth's interior

Ans: a

86. Most of the Indians belong to _________ group.

a. Negroid

b. Caucasoid

c. Mongoloid

d. Australoid

Ans: b

87. What is the name given to the indigenous people living in the steppes of the Russia ?

a. Bhils

b. Bushmen

c. Tuareg

d. Kirghiz

Ans: d

88. What is the most important activity of the tundra region ?

a. Cropping

b. Hunting

c. Cattle rearing

d. Fish farming

Ans: b

89. _________ is the largest producer of groundnuts.

a. China

b. Sudan

c. Brazil

d. India

Ans: d

90. ________ produces the largest quantity of barley.

a. USA

b. China

c. Russia

d. India

Ans: c

91. _________ country is the leading producer of uranium.

a. France

b. Canada

c. India

d. Russia

Ans: b

92. Name the country which is the leading producer of automobiles.

a. Russia

b. China

c. Japan

d. USA

Ans: d

93. Name the countries separated  by the Durand Line.

a. India to Afghanistan

b. India to Pakistan

c. China to Russia

d. India to China

Ans: a

94. Name the countries separated by the McMohan Line.

a. China to Tibet

b. India and China

c. India and Pakistan

d. India and Bangladesh

Ans: b

95. What marks the boundary between North and South Korea ?

a. 38th parallel

b. Radcliffe Line

c. 17th parallel

d. 49th parallel

Ans: a

96. ________ is known as the sugar bowl of the world.

a. Russia

b. Cuba

c. USA

d. India

Ans: b

97. _________ part of  the islands in the Arabian Sea is known as Minicoy islands.

a. Western

b. Northern

c. Eastern

d. Southern

Ans: d

98. Name the river of India which is called Tsangpo in one of its reaches.

a. Teesta

b. Ganga

c. Brahmaputra

d. Kosi

Ans: c

99. ________ river forms its delta in Odisha.

a. Narmada

b. Godavari

c. Tapti

d. Mahanadi

Ans: d

100. _______ is a land-locked state.

a. Gujarat

b. Bihar

c. West bengal

d. Andhra Pradesh

Ans: b

101. Mention the area of India that receives the least rainfall.

a. Ladakh

b. Western Tamil Nadu

c. Eastern Rajasthan

d. The Western Ghats

Ans: a

102.  ________ receives the maximum solar energy in December.

a. Delhi

b. Kolkata

c. Chennai

d. Amritsar

Ans: c

103. ______ soil owes its colour to oxides of iron.

a. Black

b. Alluvial

c. Laterite

d. Forest soil

Ans: c

104. ___________ soil requires the least tilling.

a. Red

b. Black

c. Laterite

d. Alluvial

Ans: b

105. ________ soil predominates in the Sunderban area.

a. Laterite

b. Alluvial

c. Red

d. Black

Ans: b

106. Name the crop that is most susceptible to root knot ?

a. Tomato

b. Cotton

c. Potato

d. Banana

Ans: a

107. __________ is affected by the disease called blast.

a. Bajra

b. Wheat

c. Sugarcane

d. Rice

Ans: d

108. ________ is an area of tropical evergreen forests.

a. The Western Ghats

b. The Western Himalayas

c. The Eastern Ghats

d. Madhya Pradesh

Ans: a

109. Teak grows most abundantly in _________.

a. Assam and Meghalaya

b. central India

c. the Western Ghats

d. the Himalayas

Ans: b

110. Manas Sanctuary in Assam is known for ________.

a. wild ass

b. tiger

c. birds

d. bear

Ans: b

111. Name the wildlife reserve that is known for the Great Indian One-horned Rhinoceros.

a. Gir

b. Corbett

c. Kaziranga

d. Dudhwa

Ans: c

112. ________ is the most prominent crops of dry farming in India.

a. Bajra

b. Paddy

c. Cotton

d. Wheat

Ans: a

113. Name the state which is the leading producer of wheat.

a. Maharashtra

b. Uttar Pradesh

c. Madhya Pradesh

d. Punjab

Ans: b

114. Tea and coffee both grow in ________.

a. central India

b. Southern India

c. north-eastern India

d. north-western India

Ans: b

115. Where does the typical area os sal forests in the Indian peninsula occur ?

a. On the Malwa Plateau

b. To the north-east of Godavari

c. On the Western Ghats

d. Between the Tapti and the Narmada

Ans: b

116. Name the state which is the leading producer of coconut.

a. Tamil Nadu

b. Assam

c. Kerala

d. Karnataka

Ans: c

117. Name the state that produces the bulk of natural rubber produced in India.

a. Karnataka

b. Tamil Nadu

c. Andhra Pradesh

d. Kerala

Ans: d

118. Name the state which is called the 'Sugar Bowl' of India.

a. Andhra Pradesh

b. Punjab

c. Uttar Pradesh

d. Bihar

Ans: c

119. _______ is one of the most important items of Indian exports among marine products.

a. Whale oil

b. Crabs

c. Lobsters

d. Shrimps

Ans: d

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