Geography GK Quiz for SSC/FCI Exams

Geography - GK Quiz
Geography GK Quiz for SSC/FCI Exams Set-24:
The List of Important GK questions from Geography for SSC/FCI Exams were given here, Candidates those who are preparing for the SSC and all other competitive Exams can use this material.

1).The Northern most limit of India is
a)    37⁰ 6’ N latitude
b)    37⁰ 4’ N latitude
c)    37⁰ 2’ N latitude
d)    36.6⁰ N latitude




2).Where is the Maikal Range situated?
a)    Tamil Nadu
b)    Karnataka
c)    Jammu Ǥ Kashmir  
d)    Chhattisgarh



3).Which area of India receives the least rainfall?
a)    Laddakh
b)    Eastern Rajasthan
c)    Western Tamil Nadu
d)    The Western Ghats



4).Which part of the islands in the Arabian Sea is known as Minicoy islands?
a)    Northern   
b)    Eastern
c)    Southern
d)    Western



5).The river flowing towards the west is the 
a)    Godavari  
b)    Kaveri
c)    Krishna
d)    Narmada



6).Most rivers flowing west from the Western Ghats do not from deltas because of
a)    Low velocity
b)    The high gradient
c)    Lack of vegetation-free area
d)    Lack of eroded material



7).Which of the following are believed to be older than the Himalayas?
            Ⅰ) Indus
            Ⅱ) Ganga
            Ⅲ) Brahmaputra
            Ⅳ) Sutlej
a)    Ⅱ, Ⅲ Ǥ Ⅳ  
b)    Ⅰ, Ⅱ Ǥ Ⅳ
c)    Ⅰ, Ⅲ Ǥ Ⅳ
d)    Ⅰ, Ⅱ, Ⅲ Ǥ Ⅳ



8).Rajasthan receives very little rain because
a)    It is too hot
b)    There is no water available and thus the winds remain dry
c)    The monsoons fail to reach this area
d)    The winds do not come across any barrier to cause the necessary uplift to cool the air.



9). Which river forms its delta in odisha?

a)    Tapti
b)    Godavari  
c)    Narmada
d)    Mahanadi



10).Which one is not an important characteristic of Himalayan rivers?
a)    They do not form gorges
b)    They have a perennial flow
c)    They have a great capacity for erosion
d)    Many of them have their sources in the inner Himalayas



Answers:                         
1). a) 2).d)  3).a)  4).c)  5).d)  6).b)  7).d)  8).d)  9).d)  10). a)