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Geography Model Test 20 in English

Geography Model Test Questions 20 in English

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Question 1
Choose the right answer:
  • Rocks                                Types
  1. Igneous                                   1. Sand stone
  2. Sedimentary                            2. Quartzite
  3. Metamorphic                            3. Gypsum
  4. Chemically formed rock           4. Bartholiths
A
4 1 2 3
B
3 2 1 4
C
3 4 1 2
D
4 3 1 2
Question 2
Identify the coastal land forms features from the diagram.
A
1 – Tombolo, 2 – Lagoon, 3 – Sandbar, 4 – Spit
B
1 – Lagoon, 2 – Sandbar, 3 – Spit, 4 - Tombolo
C
1 – Sandbar, 2 – Spit, 3 – Tombolo, 4 - Lagoon
D
1 – Spit, 2 – Tombolo, 3 – Lagoon, 4 - Sandbar
Question 3
Choose the correct pair:
  • River                                  Length (Km)
  1. Nile                           1. 6400
  2. Amazon                    2. 6656
  3. Yangtze                    3. 4360
  4. Missouri                    4. 5520
A
1 4 3 2
B
2 1 4 3
C
2 4 3 1
D
3 1 2 4
Question 4
List-I                                  List-II
  1. (Title)                              (Associated with the production)
  2. White Revolution              1. Eggs and poultry
  3. Golden Revolution            2. Oil seeds
  4. Yellow Revolution             3. Milk and Milk products
  5. Grey Revolution                4. Horticulture
A
3 2 4 1
B
3 4 2 1
C
2 4 3 1
D
3 4 1 2
Question 5
List-I                            List-II
  1. Primary Industries           1. Research
  2. Secondary Industries      2. Transport
  3. Tertiary Industries           3. Manufacturing
  4. Quaternary Industries     4. Hunting
A
4 3 2 1
B
1 2 3 4
C
2 3 4 1
D
3 4 1 2
Question 6
World’s Largest wind farm is found in which of the following state of India?
A
Gujarat
B
Karnataka
C
Maharashtra
D
Tamilnadu
Question 7
Choose the correct answer:
  • Which is called the Southern Ocean?
A
Pacific Ocean
B
Atlantic Ocean
C
Indian Ocean
D
Antarctic Ocean
Question 8
Consider the following statements and which is correct?
  1. Only ozone effectively absorbs the most energetic ultra violet light which causes biological damage.
  2. Only ozone effectively absorbs the most energetic infrared light which causes biological damage.
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?
A
I only
B
II only
C
Both I and II
D
Neither I nor II
Question 9
Which of the following land form feature is not formed by River?
  1. I) Delta
  2. II) Canyous
  3. III) Oxbow lake (Horse shoe)
  4. IV) Polje
Select the correct answer using the code.
A
IV only
B
I and II
C
I, II and III
D
I, II, III and IV
Question 10
Arrange in descending order of the biosphere reserves based on the geographical area?
A
Kachch – Gulf of Mannar – Sunderbans – Cold Desert
B
Gulf of Mannar – Kachch – Sunderbans – Cold Desert
C
Kachch – Gulf of Mannar – Cold Desert – Sunderbans
D
Gulf of Mannar – Kachch – Cold Desert – Sunderbans
Question 11
Location of chapparastique volcano is in
A
El. Salvador
B
East Timor
C
Estonia
D
Equatorial Guinea
Question 12
Choose the correct answer. The earth layer which can fracture during Earthquakes.
  1. Crust
  2. Mantle
  3. Asthenosphere
  4. Core
A
I & II only
B
III & IV only
C
I only
D
IV only
Question 13
Which of the following statement given is/are correct?
  • In India the area that receive 100 – 200 cm. annual rainfall.
  1. Eastren slopes of the Western Ghats and Madhya Pradesh
  2. Eastern slopes of the Western Ghats and Deccan Plateau
  3. Eastern slopes of the Western Ghats and Thar Desert
A
I only
B
II only
C
III only
D
I and II only
Question 14
Choose the correct statement.
A
El Nino and La Nino currents formed in the Pacific ocean are part of tha natural climatic cycle
B
El Nino and La Nino currents formed in the Atlantic Ocean are part of the natural climatic cycle
C
El Nino and La Nino currents formed in the Indian Ocean are part of the natural climatic cycle
D
El Nino and La Nino currents formed in the Arctic Ocean are part of the natural climatic cycle
Question 15
Consider the following statements:
  1. Narmadha and Tapti rivers are drained in Arabian sea
  2. Narmadha and Tapti rivers originate in Vindhya and Satpura hills
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?
A
I only
B
II only
C
Both I and II
D
Neither I nor II
Question 16
Which one of the following pairs is NOT correctly matched?
A
South America - Pampas
B
Europe - Steppes
C
Africa - Savannas
D
Australia - Prairies
Question 17
In Southern India, which state allowed for GM crops field trail?
A
Kerala
B
Andhra Pradesh
C
Karnataka
D
Tamilnadu
Question 18
Consider the following statements:
  1. Assertion (A): Soil erosion is the result of numerous factors.
  2. Reason (R):    Deforestation, over graining and faulty methods of Agriculture.
A
Both (A) and (R) are individually true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A)
B
Both (A) and (R) are individually true but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A)
C
(A) is true and (R) is false
D
(A) is false but (R) is true
Question 19
Match list-I with list-II correctly and select your answer using the codes given below:
  • List-I                                  List-II
  1. W.K. Koeppan                  1. American Climatologist
  2. Alfred Wegener                 2. Classification of World Climate
  3. Sir George Airy                  3. Concept of Isostasy
  4. G.T. Trewartha                   4. Continental drift theory
A
2 4 3 1
B
4 2 3 1
C
1 2 4 3
D
3 4 1 2
Question 20
Which of the following is correctly matched?
  • I) Haematite ore      - Oxide of Iron
  • II) Magnetite            - Hydrated Iron-Oxide
  • III) Limonite             - Iron carbonate
  • IV) Siderite               - Black ore
A
I
B
II
C
III
D
IV
Question 21
Which of the following is incorrectly matched?
A
Batholith - Intrusive Igneous
B
Laccolith - Extrusive Igneous
C
Carbonaceous - Sedimentary
D
Marble - Metamorphic
Question 22
Consider the following statements:
  • Assertion (A): The sun is the chief source of light and heat in the solar system
  • Reason (R):    Life on the earth’s is entirely dependent on the sun.
A
Both (A) and (R) are individually true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A)
B
Both (A) and (R) are individually true but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A)
C
(A) is true and (R) is false
D
(A) is false but (R) is true
Question 23
The Ocean Basin situated between the Greenland in the north and Newfoundland in the South is
A
Labrador basin
B
Cape basin
C
Guinea basin
D
Aghulhas basin
Question 24
Arrange the following peaks of the Himalayas in descending order of height:
  • I) Everest
  • II) Nanda Devi
  • III) Dhaulagiri
  • IV) Nanga Parbat
A
I, II, IV, III
B
I, III, IV, II
C
I, IV, III, II
D
IV, I, II, III
Question 25
Match the following revolution with the respective fields:
  • Revolution               Fields
  1. Silver                        1. Oil seeds
  2. Pink                          2. Fertilizers
  3. Yellow                       3. Eggs
  4. Grey                          4. Shrimp
A
4 3 2 1
B
3 4 1 2
C
1 2 4 3
D
3 1 2 4
Question 26
Identify the original states before its bifurcation and choose the correct answer from the codes given below:
  • A                               B
  1. Haryana                  i. Uttar Pradesh
  2. Jharkhand              ii. Madhya Pradesh
  3. Uttarakhand           iii. Punjab
  4. Chattisgarh            iv. Bihar
A
(iv) (iii) (i) (ii)
B
(iii) (ii) (i) (ii)
C
(iii) (iv) (i) (ii)
D
(i) (iii) (ii) (iv)
Question 27
The Samjhauta Express runs between India and Pakistan. Identify its destination in both countries.
A
Atari in India to Lahore in Pakistan
B
Gurdaspur in India to Kharachi in Pakistan
C
Firozpur in India to Lahore in Pakistan
D
Delhi in India to Lahore in Pakistan
Question 28
On successive nights, the moon rises about
A
52 minutes later
B
90 minutes earlier
C
The same time
D
2 hours later
Question 29
The diurnal range of temperature is maximum in the
A
Equatorial region
B
Savanna grassland
C
Temperature grassland
D
Hot deserts
Question 30
The density of population in Tamilnadu as per 2011 census is
A
555 persons / sq.km
B
480 persons / sq.km
C
382 persons / sq.km
D
325 persons / sq.km
Question 31
When it is 1.00 pm at Greenwich meridian, the local time at the Central Meridian of India is
A
4.30 p.m.
B
5.30 p.m.
C
6.30 p.m.
D
7.30 p.m.
Question 32
Arrange the following waterfalls of India in descending order based on their elevation.
A
Shivasamudram falls, Jog falls, Killiyur falls, Agaya Gangai falls
B
Jog falls, Shivasamudram falls, Killiyur falls, Agaya Gangai falls
C
shivasamudram falls, Jog falls, Agaya Gangai falls, Killiyur falls
D
Jog falls, Shivasamudram falls, Agaya Gangai falls, Killiyur falls
Question 33
Find out the one among the options which is not a biosphere reserve.
A
Manas (Assam)
B
Nilgiri (Tamil Nadu)
C
Kaziranga (Assam)
D
Sundarbans (West Bengal)
Question 34
The district which is known as the ‘Shrimp capital of India’ is
A
Nagappattinam
B
Chennai
C
Cuttack
D
Nellore
Question 35
Which one of the following is not an aspect of Green Revolution?
A
High yield varieties of seeds
B
Use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides
C
Mechanization of agricultural activities
D
Enforcing high level of labour use in agriculture
Question 36
Match list-I with list-II correctly and select your answer using the codes given below:
  • List-I                                                                         List-II
  • (Climate)                                                                 (Reason)
  1. Chennai is warmer than Kolkatta                            1. Distance from Sea
  2. Snowfall in Himalayas                                             2. Altitude
  3. Rainfall decreases from West Bengal to Punjab     3. Western Disturbance
  4. Winter Rainfall                                                         4. Latitude
A
1 2 4 3
B
1 2 3 4
C
3 2 4 1
D
4 2 1 3
Question 37
Match the given rivers of India with their tributaries:
  • Rivers                       Tributaries
  1. Ganga                      1. Amaravati
  2. Krishna                    2. Tawa
  3. Cauvery                   3. Kali
  4. Narmada                 4. Bhima
A
3 4 1 2
B
4 3 1 2
C
3 1 4 2
D
2 3 4 1
Question 38
Which of the following is not a planetary wind?
A
Westerlies
B
Trade winds
C
Monsoon
D
Polar easterlies
Question 39
The place of India which does not have tropical evergreen forest is
A
Eastern part of Western Ghats
B
Western part of Western Ghats
C
Andhaman and Nicobar islands
D
Eastern part of subtropical Himalayas
Question 40
Consider the following statements and choose the correct answer from the given options.
  1. Shompens is a tribal inhabitant of Nicobar Island.
  2. As per 2011 census, their population is 229.
A
I only
B
II only
C
Both I and II
D
Neither I nor II
Question 41
Choose the correct match:
  • List – I                      List – II
  1. P) Fault                      1) Stromboli
  2. Q) Fold                      2) San-Andreas
  3. R) Earthquake           3) Himalayan Range
  4. S) Volcano                4) Epicentre
  5.                                  5) Weathering
  6.                                  6) Exfoliation
A
P-1, Q-2, R-5, S-6
B
P-5, Q-6, R-1, S-26
C
P-2, Q-3, R-4, S-1
D
P-4, Q-3, R-1, S-6
Question 42
The major temperature fluctuation in surface waters of the tropical Eastern Pacific Ocean is called as
A
Temperature inversion
B
Convection
C
Thermocline
D
El Nino and La Nino
Question 43
The portion of incident radiation reflected back to space from the planet is called
A
Atmospheric windows
B
Albedo
C
Rayleigh scattering
D
Law of scattering
Question 44
A major diamond mining centre in Belgium is
A
Aalberg
B
Aberdeen
C
Aabenraa
D
Antwerp
Question 45
Rank the given soils of India in descending order in terms of their area / extent
A
Red soil, Alluvial soil, Laterite soil, Black soil
B
Alluvial soil, Red soil, Laterite soil, Black soil
C
Red soil, Black soil, Alluvial soil, Laterite soil
D
Alluvial soil, Red soil, Black soil, Laterite soil
Question 46
The planet which is known as the ‘God of War’
A
Mercury
B
Venus
C
Mars
D
Jupiter
Question 47
The ice-crystal theory to explain precipitation was propounded by
A
Tor Bergeron
B
E.G. Boven
C
Richl
D
Davis
Question 48
Which among the following is correctly matched?
A
Kol - Madhya Pradesh
B
Chhutia - Nilgiris (Tamil Nadu)
C
Kotas - Little Andaman
D
Karawas - Assam
Question 49
In India aluminum is abundantly found in
A
Uttar Pradesh
B
Madhya Pradesh
C
West Bengal
D
Kerala
Question 50
Identify the fresh water lake among the following
A
Lake Lahonton
B
Honey Lake
C
Dal Lake
D
Bonneville Lake
Question 51
Three Important names of the Indian sub continent have their sources near the Mansarover Lake in the Great Himalayas
  • These rivers are
A
Indus, Jhelum and Sutlej
B
Brahmaputra, Sutlej and Yamuna
C
Brahmaputra, Indus and Sutlej
D
Jhelum, Sutlej and Yamuna
Question 52
The distance between the sun and the earth at perihelion is
A
190 Million kms
B
147 Million kms
C
178 Million kms
D
100 Million kms
Question 53
During Earthquake the place which experience seismic event first is called as
A
Focus
B
Place of Attraction
C
Epicenter
D
Epifocus
Question 54
Which is the Headquarters of the Asian Development Bank?
  • I.Manila    II. Kaulalampur    III. Jakarta    IV. Bangkok
A
I
B
II
C
III
D
IV
Question 55
The Scientist name for the smell of the earth after a rain shower is
A
Topochor
B
Medichor
C
Petrichor
D
Hydrochor
Question 56
The part of the earth’s interior which is known as Asthenosphere is
A
SIMA
B
Upper Mantle
C
Lower Mantle
D
Outer core
Question 57
The river which is said to be the lifeline of Sikkim is
A
Manas
B
Lohit
C
Sankosh
D
Tista
Question 58
The planet which has the fastest orbital motion is
A
Mercury
B
Venus
C
Earth
D
Mars
Question 59
The mountain which is known as ‘horst’ is
A
Fold mountain
B
Block mountain
C
Volcanic mountain
D
Residual mountain
Question 60
Largest area in the ocean floor is occupied by
A
Continental shelf
B
Continental slope
C
Deep sea plain
D
Ocean deeps
Question 61
Match the given hill stations with the states in which they are located:
  • Hill Station                        States
  1. Araku                       1. Jammu and Kashmir
  2. Gulmarg                   2. Himachal Pradesh
  3. Kulu                         3. Meghalaya
  4. Shillong                   4. Andhra Pradesh
A
4 2 1 3
B
4 1 2 3
C
2 1 3 4
D
2 3 1 4
Question 62
Most of the Mangrove (Sundari) trees are found in the deltas of
A
Narmadha
B
Mahanadhi
C
Hoogly
D
Cauvery
Question 63
A major user of wind energy in the world is
A
Asia
B
Europe
C
South America
D
North America
Question 64
Rank the First Four largest paddy producing countries in Asia
A
India, China, Indonesia, Bangladesh
B
Indonesia, Bangladesh, India, China
C
Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, China
D
China, India, Indonesia, Bangladesh
Question 65
Consider the following statements:
  1. Cave Pillars are formed when stalacties and stalagmites meet together.
  2. Delta is a depositional features of almost triangular shape at foot hills.
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?
A
I only
B
II only
C
Both I and II
D
Neither I nor II
Question 66
Choose the correct answer:
  • The Atmospheric layer where the decrease of temperature with increasing elevation at a Normal lapse rate.
A
Troposphere
B
Stratosphere
C
Thermosphere
D
Exosphere
Question 67
Which of the following measures are effective for soil conservation in India?
  1. Avoiding crop rotation
  2. Afforestation
  3. Encouraging the use of chemical fertilizer
  4. Limiting shifting cultivation
A
I and II
B
II and IV
C
III and IV
D
I, II and III
Question 68
In India, which type of forest among the following occupies the largest area?
A
Montane wet temperate forest
B
Sub-tropical dry evergreen forest
C
Tropical moist deciduous forest
D
Tropical wet evergreen forest
Question 69
What is the correct rank order of towns on the basis of population size?
A
Greater Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Bangalore, Chennai
B
Greater Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Bangalore
C
Kolkata, Greater Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Hyderabad
D
Delhi, Greater Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad
Question 70
Which one of the following sets of states to benefit the most from the Konkan Railway?
A
Goa, Karnataka, Maharashtra and Kerala
B
Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and Kerala
C
Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Goa, Maharashtra
D
Gujarat, Maharashtra, Goa, Tamil Nadu
Question 71
Which of the following pairs are correctly matched:
  • 1) Idukki                            - Thermal power station
  • 2) Sabarigiri                      - Hydro-electric project
  • 3) Ghatprabha                  - Irrigation project
  • 4) Ramaganga                 - Multipurpose project
A
2, 3 and 4
B
1, 2, 3 and 4
C
3 and 4
D
1 and 2
Question 72
KOI – 314 C is
A
The twin Galaxy discovered in March 2014
B
The earth’s gassy twin planet discovered in Jan 2014
C
The comet predicted to hit Jupiter in Dec 2015
D
The meteor predicted to hit earth in Dec 2014
Question 73
Among the followings, which is one of the richest coastal regions of Asia?
A
Gulf of mannar
B
Sundarbans
C
Pitchavaram
D
Chilka lake
Question 74
The Term “Wildlife” was Coined by
A
Vernandsky
B
Willium Hendry
C
Willium Hornady
D
Karl Mobius
Question 75
Match the following:
  • Tiger                             Reserve in India
  1. Bhadra                     1. Madhya Pradesh
  2. Gir                            2. Mizoram
  3. Kanha                      3. Karnataka
  4. Dampha                   4. Gujarat
A
1 2 3 4
B
4 3 1 2
C
3 4 1 2
D
3 4 2 1
Question 76
Which one of the following is not correctly matched?
A
Galena - Lead
B
Bauxite - Aluminium
C
Magnesite - Magnesium Carbonate
D
Corundun - Mercuric Sulphide
Question 77
If the earth stops rotating, the value of g at the equator
A
Increases
B
Decreases
C
Remains constant
D
Becomes zero
Question 78
The “Queen of Arabian Sea Port” is
A
Kandla
B
Mumbai
C
Kochi
D
Marma Goa
Question 79
Match the following:
  1. NH 7                1. Tiruchy to Tiruvarur
  2. NH 45              2. Pollachi to Dindigul
  3. NH 67              3. Madurai to Tirunelveli
  4. NH 209            4. Tiruchy to Chennai
A
1 2 3 4
B
3 1 2 4
C
3 2 1 4
D
3 4 1 2
Question 80
‘King of Fibres’ is
A
Cotton
B
Jute
C
Hemp
D
Flax
Question 81
Which is the world’s largest desert?
A
Arabian
B
Sahara
C
Great Victoria
D
Thar
Question 82
Speed, Safety and Connectivity (time save) are the three objectives of
A
District Roads
B
State Highways
C
National Highways
D
Golden Quadrilateral Super Highways
Question 83
The averages ocean salinity is
A
34.5 grams per kilogram
B
35 grams per kilogram
C
36 grams per kilogram
D
16 grams per kilogram
Question 84
Which one of the following is incorrect?
  1. Atomic Energy Research Institute is located at Bombay.
  2. Indian Standards Institute is located at New Delhi.
  3. Central Leather Research Institute is located at Chennai.
  4. Central Drug Research Institute is located at Bangalore.
A
(b) is not correct
B
(a) is not correct
C
(d) is not correct
D
(c) is not correct
Question 85
How many minor and medium ports located in India?
A
187
B
177
C
167
D
197
Question 86
The District which has the lowest density of population is
A
Sivagangai
B
Nilgris
C
Ramnad
D
Madurai
Question 87
Polar zone extends between
  • (A) 66o and 100o     
  • (B) 66o and 180o
  • (C) 50o and 180o
  • (D) 60o and 90o
A
A
B
B
C
C
D
D
Question 88
Who named the crust, mantle and core as SIAL SIMA and NIFE respectively?
A
Kepler
B
Ptolemy
C
Suess
D
Columbus
Question 89
Match the following:
  • List-I                                  List-II
  • (Atomic power station)   (Places)
  1. Kota                          1. Uttarpradesh
  2. Kalpakkam                2. Maharashtra
  3. Bhaba                       3. Rajasthan
  4. Narora                      4. Tamilnadu
A
3 4 1 2
B
1 4 2 3
C
2 4 1 3
D
3 4 2 1
Question 90
The Western Ghats is known as Sahyadri which means
A
Ideal place
B
Holy hill
C
Facing the sea
D
Worship place
Question 91
Who visualized the earth was a floating sphere on the sea?
A
Romans
B
Greeks
C
Egyptians
D
Indians
Question 92
Where was the first flood forecasting station was set up in India?
A
Kolkata
B
Chennai
C
Bhuvaneshwar
D
Delhi
Question 93
Which among the following Indian states has the longest coast line?
A
Tamil nadu
B
Gujarat
C
Kerala
D
Andhra Pradesh
Question 94
The Climate region of the Indian sub continents belongs to
A
Equatorial climate change region
B
Hot desert region
C
Monsoon region
D
Mediterranean region
Question 95
Which one of the following pairs is correctly matched?
A
Teak – Jammu and Kashmir
B
Deodar – Madhya Pradesh
C
Sal – Kerala
D
Sundari – West Bengal
Question 96
The major zonal soil type of peninsular India belongs to
A
Red soils
B
Yellow soils
C
Black soils
D
Older alluvium soils
Question 97
Match the following:
  1. Rains throughout the year                1) 16o – 20o
  2. Summer Rains; winter dry               2) 20o – 30o
  3. Light summer rains                           3) 7oN– 7oS
  4. All season dry, minimum rains         4) 7o – 16o
A
1 2 3 4
B
2 3 4 1
C
3 4 1 2
D
4 1 2 3
Question 98
The diameter of solar system is about
A
1143 Crore Kilometers
B
1163 Crore Kilometers
C
1153 Crore Kilometers
D
1173 Crore Kilometers
Question 99
The major part of the Great Barrier reef is located in the latitudes of
A
10o – 20o south
B
10o – 20o north
C
40o – 50o south
D
40o – 50o north
Question 100
Ritchi archipelago is a part of
A
Lakshadweep
B
Indonesia
C
Andaman and Nicobar
D
Philippines
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