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Questions and Answers on Geography for AFCAT

1. Anamalai Hills is found in
(A) Southern part of India
(B) Northern part of India
(C) Eastern part of India
(D) Central part of India

2. Malwa Plateau located in:
(A) Southern part of India
(B) Northern part of India
(C) Eastern part of India
(D) Central part of India

3. Longest river of Peninsular India is
(A) Ganga
(B) Cauvery
(C) Godavari
(D) Narmada

4. Khadar is
(A) Black soil found in Deccan plateau
(B) Laterite soil
(C) Summer crop
(D) Newly form alluvium deposits

5. Southernmost point of India is:
(A) Andamand point
(B) Nicobar island
(C) Indira point
(D) Kanyakumari

6. Delhi is situated on the bank of river:
(A) Yamuna
(B) Mahanadi
(C) Tapti
(D) Hoogly

7. Gulf of Kutch is found near:
(A) Gujarat
(B) Orrisa
(C) Tamil Nadu
(D) Goa

8. Nanda Devi is a:
(A) Mountain
(B) Range
(C) Pass
(D) River

9. Tropical evergreen forests are found in:
(A) Himalayan Foot hill of Uttarakhand
(B) Central part of India
(C) Shillong plateau
(D) Chota Nagpur region

10. Kaimur Hills is in:
(A) Central India
(B) Northern plain
(C) North-east India
(D) South-west India

11. Kathiawar Peninsula is in:
(A) Gujarat
(B) Rajasthan
(C) Maharastra
(D) Tamil Nadu

12. Red soil is commonly found in :
(A) The arid Thar desert
(B) Central part of India
(C) Periphery of Penisular plateau
(D) Chota Nagpur region

13. By 1st June, Southwest Monsoon set in over:
(A) Mumbai
(B) Karnataka Coast
(C) Tamil Nadu Coast
(D) Kerala coast

14. Black soils are ideal for cultivation of cotton because
(A) Their colour is black
(B) They can retain moisture
(C) They are made of lava
(D) They are found on plateau region

15. Among the broad physiographic division of India, Mountain consists of:
(A) 10.7 % geographical area
(B) 10.9 % geographical area
(C) 10.8 % geographical area
(D) 10.6 % geographical area

16. The climate of India can be generalized as:
(A) Desert type
(B) Tropical monsoon type
(C) Sub-tropical monsoon type
(D) Tropical deciduous type

17. The North-South extension of India is around:
(A) 2500 km
(B) 3214 km
(C) 1200 km
(D) 3550km

18. Palk Strait is found between:
(A) India and Arabian Peninsula
(B) India and South East Asia
(C) Andaman Nicobar Island and Indonesia
(D) India and Sri Lanka

19. Which Geographical unit is known as “Roof of the World”:
(A) Hindukush
(B) Pamir knot
(C) Kanchenjunga
(D) Kailash

20. What factor is responsible for the formation of Thar desert:
(A) Closeness to Middle-east country
(B) Direction of Monsoon
(C) Aravali hill blocking south west and bay of Bengal monsoon
(D) Far from the sea


21. Jalep-la-pass is located in:
(A) Sikkim
(B) Kashmir
(C) Bhutan
(D) Uttar Pradesh

22. Which region of India has Low pressure during July:
(A) Western coastal region
(B) Northwestern part
(C) Eastern Coastal region
(D) Central part of India

23. What is the average annual rainfall received in Cherapunji:
(A) about 1800 cm
(B) about 2000 cm
(C) about 1500 cm
(D) about1000 cm

24. Which part of India is not having actual winter:
(A) North western part
(B) Central part
(C) Southernmost part
(D) Eastern coastal area

25. Which part of India received rainfall during winter:
(A) Coromandel coast
(B) Central part
(C) Konkan coast
(D) North western part

26. According to Koeppen’s classification which of the following is ‘B’ type climate:
(A) Tropical
(B) Wet climate
(C) Dry hot desert
(D) Monsoon

27. Jet Stream is characterized by:
(A) Low velocity and low altitude
(B) High velocity and high altitude wind
(C) Strong and destructive wind
(D) Mild and cold wind

28. Birch and Juniper trees are type of :
(A) Alpine forest
(B) Evergreen Forest
(C) Coniferous Forest
(D) Tropical deciduous forest

29. Roughly how many percentage of India is under forest:
(A) 43 %
(B) 42 %
(C) 61 %
(D) 23 %

30. Which region has the largest production of wheat in the country:
(A) Northwestern Plain
(B) Northern Plain
(C) Northeastern Plain
(D) Eastern Plain

31. The term Green Revolution was coined by:
(A) William Gande
(B) Norman Borloug
(C) M.S Swaminathan
(D) None of the above

32. Which city of India is known as ‘Cottonopolis’:
(A) Mumbai
(B) Bangalore
(C) Ahmedabad
(D) Pune

33. Which state is the largest producer of Wheat:
(A) Gujarat
(B) Uttar Pradesh
(C) Punjab
(D) Haryana

34. Which one is the ‘Mineral Heartland’ of India:
(A) Chotta Nagpur Plateau
(B) Deccan Plateau
(C) Mumbai –Pune region
(D) Kolar Gold mines

35. Which state is the largest producer of Rice in India:
(A) Bihar
(B) West Bengal
(C) Uttar Pradesh
(D) Madhya Pradesh

36. Two pre-dominant crops in the Northeast India are:
(A) Rice and Tea
(B) Rice and Wheat
(C) Tea and Sugar
(D) Jute and Sugar

37. Kharif crop is a
(A) Monsoon crop
(B) Winter crop
(C) Summer crop
(D) Mixed crop

38. Package technology in India means
(A) New technology for young Indian
(B) Green revolution
(C) White revolution
(D) Equal opportunities in technological field

39. Irrigation facilities in India should be improved urgently in India because
(A) Irrigation yield better output
(B) Monsoon is irregular
(C) Most of India rivers are seasonal
(D) Majority of land are not suitable for cultivation

40. Not a raw- material-localized industry is
(A) Glass industry
(B) Cotton textile
(C) Sugarcane
(D) Handloom