Model Practice (Set-2) - World Geography


25 Questions MCQ Test Geography for UPSC (Civil Services) Prelims | Model Practice (Set-2) - World Geography


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QUESTION: 1

What are the two major mountain ranges in Madhya Pradesh?    

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Vindhya range- These ranges do not form single mountain range in the geological sense. Different sources vary on the average elevation of the vindhyas depending on their definition of the range. 

Satpura range- It is located in the central india l. This range starts from gujarat state running east through the border of Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh to the east till chattisgarh. 

QUESTION: 2

Where is the last home of the Asian Lion?    

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QUESTION: 3

Which area is famous for its white tigers?    

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C is the correct option.Situated on the north-western side of Madhya Pradesh, it was in the forests of Rewa that the first white tiger in India was found, it is also known as the 'Land of the White Tiger'.

QUESTION: 4

Where exactly is Baghelkhand?    

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The correct option is A.
Baghelkhand is a region and also a mountain range in central India that covers the northeastern regions of Madhya Pradesh and a small area of southeastern Uttar Pradesh. It includes the Madhya Pradesh districts of Rewa, Satna, Shahdol, Sidhi, and Singrauli and Chitrakoot of Uttar Pradesh.

QUESTION: 5

What deltaic jungle swampland does Bangladesh share with lndia?    

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QUESTION: 6

Which South lndian city is airlinked to the Maldives?    

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QUESTION: 7

Which South Asian country is famous for its ruby mines?    

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QUESTION: 8

    Which countries does the Karakoram Highway join?    

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QUESTION: 9

What is Piduratalagala s special feature?    

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QUESTION: 10

What is the southernmost group of islands in the Maldives?    

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QUESTION: 11

Where is the Ganga called the Padma?    

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QUESTION: 12

    What is Namche Bazar famous for?    

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QUESTION: 13

Which river does the Ganga join in Bangladesh and flow out to the sea as?    

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QUESTION: 14

    What is Sagarmata better known as?     

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QUESTION: 15

With which Indian states does Nepal have a boundary?    

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QUESTION: 16

Which water body separates the southernmost Myanmar territory and India?    

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QUESTION: 17

In which Pakistan city is the sports goods industry a major one?    

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QUESTION: 18

Which Indian state do Bhutan and Nepal almost completely sandwich?    

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QUESTION: 19

In which Pakistan province is Pushtu the major language?    

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The languages of the North-West Frontier Province included Pashto, Hindko, Kohistani and others, although most of the population spoke Pashto. Prior to the arrival of the British, the official language, for governmental uses and such, was Persian.

QUESTION: 20

Where would you find the shan, Kachin, Chin, and Karen states?    

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QUESTION: 21

With which country does Laos have a common eastern border?    

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QUESTION: 22

Which countries does the Amur Separate?    

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QUESTION: 23

What is the Brahmaputra called in Tibet?    

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QUESTION: 24

Which is the town which gives Israel access to the Red sea?    

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QUESTION: 25

What do the Makasar Straits separate?    

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A is the correct option.The Makassar Strait separates Borneo from the island of Celebes (Sulawesi) to the east and southeast, and a series of shallow seas and straits lie between Borneo and the island of Sumatra to the west.It separates Kalimantan and Sulawesi.

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