Geography Previous Year Exam Questions PDF

Last updated on August 3, 2020

Geography Previous Year Exam Questions PDF

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Geography Previous Year Exam Questions PDF
Geography Previous Year Exam Questions PDF

Geography Previous Year Exam Questions PDF

  • The four states from which more than half of the country’s rice is produced are West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab and Andhra Pradesh.
  • In India, rice is cultivated in areas where the annual rainfall – 100 cm. More than.
  • The state which has the largest area under hybrid paddy cultivation – Uttar Pradesh
  • Crops that are grown in Zayed mainly in irrigated areas – Moong and Urad
  • The largest cotton growing area in India is – North-Western and Western India.
  • India’s largest cotton growing state – Gujarat
  • The district of Madhya Pradesh which is called the ‘white gold’ area due to cotton cultivation – Ujjain-Shajapur
  • In Maharashtra, the crop which is known as ‘White Gold’ – cotton
  • The truth is – India is the primal habit of the cotton plant. India is the first country in the world to develop a hybrid variety of cotton, resulting in increased production.
  • Cotton fibers are obtained from seeds.
  • Cotton is facing competition from sugarcane crop in the black soil region of Maharashtra. The reason for this – due to the proliferation of irrigation facilities, sugarcane crop is more beneficial in this region.
  • The state of India which has the highest land under sugarcane cultivation – Uttar Pradesh
  • Among India’s crops, the crop under which it has the highest percentage of irrigated area of ​​its net gross agricultural area – sugarcane
  • The correct sequence of three sugarcane growing states in India is in decreasing order – Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka
  • Uttar Pradesh is the highest sugarcane growing state in India.
  • The truth is – molasses is a byproduct in the sugar production process. In sugar factories, it is used as a fuel in boilers to make bagasse steam from sugar mills.
  • A practical approach to sugarcane production, known as ‘sustainable sugarcane agglomeration’, is important – seeds cost much less than the traditional method of agriculture. Drip irrigation can be an effective use in this. Compared to the traditional method of agriculture, it has a greater scope of internationalization.
  • Sugar content in sugarcane decreases if frost falls during ripening period.
    The statement regarding sugar industry is correct – India’s share of sugar production in the world is more than 15 percent. Sugar industry is the second largest agro-based industry in India. India is the largest consumer of sugar.
  • Shakkar Nagar is a major sugar producing center – Andhra Pradesh
  • It is called ‘Sugar Bowl’ of India – Uttar Pradesh
  • The first sugar mill of India was established in 1903 – Pratappur (Deoria)
  • The spatial shift of sugar industry from northern India to southern India is due to higher production of
  • sugarcane per acre, higher sugarcane sugar, longer crushing season.
  • Sugarcane breeding is being done – in Coimbatore
  • Sugarcane seed is produced – MBI. In Coimbatore
  • Adasali crop of sugarcane takes time to ripen – 18 months
  • Oilseed crops are sunflower, sesame, linseed, soybean, castor, etc.
  • The most suitable crop for dry land is – Groundnut
  • Pegging is a beneficial process – in peanuts
  • The leading producer of soybean in India is – Madhya Pradesh
  • The largest area of ​​soybean cultivation in India is – Madhya Pradesh
  • The largest producer of groundnut in India is – Gujarat
  • The state of India with less production under groundnut but very high per hectare – Punjab
  • Rajasthan is a major producer of mustard.
  • The main oilseed crop produced in India is – Soyabean, Groundnut, Mustard, Sesame.
  • Mustard species are – Varuna, Pusa bold and Pitambari etc.
  • More amount of Gypsum is required – in groundnut crop
  • Kaushal is an improved species of peanuts.
  • The country that is the main producer and consumer of pulses crops – India
  • Usually not exported in India – pulses
  • Madhya Pradesh is the largest producer of pulses in India.
  • Has the ability to store nitrogen from air – pulses
  • Essential elements for the production of pulses crops – cobalt
  • Pulses that stabilize the atmosphere’s nitrogen are – gram, pea and moong.
  • The ratio of balanced khata (NPK) in pulses is – 1: 2: 2
  • Arhar’s place of birth is – India
  • Malaviya miracle is a species of pigeon pea
  • ‘Bahar’ is a famous species – Arhar
  • Pea is a leafless caste – Aparna
  • Karnataka is the largest silk producing state in India – Karnataka
  • India receives more than 60 percent raw silk – from Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka
  • The perfect match is – Mulberry silk – Karnataka, Tussar silk – Jharkhand, Eri silk – Assam, Coral silk – Assam
  • Coral is a variety of silk that occurs only in India all over the world – in Assam
  • Tussar is the leading producer of silk – Jharkhand
  • National Horticultural Council (Board) was established – in the year 1984
  • Most coffee is produced in India – Karnataka
  • India alone produces more than 72.3 percent of the country’s coffee – Karnataka
  • Kahwa cultivation area is mostly found in India – in Karnataka
  • According to the 2015 data, China ranks first and India second in tea production, tea production, and consumption.
  • The cash crop in India that fetches maximum foreign exchange – tea
  • The largest tea-growing state of India – Assam

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