June 12, 2024
Which one of the following cities is located on the banks of the River St Lawrence ?
  • (A) Chicago
  • (B) Detroit
  • (C) Montreal
  • (D) Vancouver
The Palghat Gap serves inland communications from
  • (A) Madurai to Thiruvananthapuram
  • (B) Nasik to Mumbai
  • (C) Pune to Mumbai
  • (D) Bangaluru to Mangalore
The city of Nasik is situated on the bank of which one of the following rivers?
  • (A) Krishna
  • (B) Mandovi
  • (C) Godavari
  • (D) Tapti
The Island of Honshu is located in which one of the following countries?
  • (A) Indonesia
  • (B) Malaysia
  • (C) Japan
  • (D) Philippines
The hill station of Kunnur is located in which one of the following states?
  • (A) Karnataka
  • (B) Andhra Pradesh
  • (C) Kerala
  • (D) Tamil Nadu
Madhya Pradesh shares its border with how many States?
  • (A) 5
  • (B) 6
  • (C) 7
  • (D) 8
Which one of the following States of India is the largest producer of lignite coal?
  • (A) Maharashtra
  • (B) Gujarat
  • (C) Madhya Pradesh
  • (D) Tamil Nadu
The pacific Islands from new Guinea South East-wards to the Fiji Islands' group is called
  • (A) The Polynesia
  • (B) The Mellanesia
  • (C) The Micronesia
  • (D) The Autralasia
Which one of the following countries is located South of the equator?
  • (A) Cameroon
  • (B) Sudan
  • (C) Nigeria
  • (D) Rwanda
Which one of following projects of the NHPC (National Hydroelectric Power Corporation) has the largest power generation capacity (installed)?
  • (A) Baira-Siul
  • (B) Chamera-1
  • (C) Indira Sagar
  • (D) Salal
Which parts of the Earth’s surface experience least variation in incoming solar radiation throughout the year?
  • (A) Poles
  • (B) Equatorial regions
  • (C) Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn
  • (D) Arctic and Antarctic circles
Which one of the following countries does not have a border with China?
  • (A) Myanmar
  • (B) Afghanistan
  • (C) Turkmenistan
  • (D) Kazakhstan
The broken hills famous for zinc and lead are located in
  • (A) Turkey
  • (B) France
  • (C) Germany
  • (D) Australia
'Global Dimming' means
  • (A) Gradual increase of the temperature of ionosphere
  • (B) Gradual loss of biodiversity hot spots
  • (C) Gradual reduction in the amount of global direct irradiance at the Earth surface
  • (D) Gradual increase in the melting of ice in polar regions
Seismic gaps are
  • (A) Parts of plate boundaries in oceans where tsunamis occur frequently.
  • (B) Sections of plate boundaries that have ruptured repeatedly in the recent past.
  • (C) Sections of plate boundaries that have not ruptured in the recent past.
  • (D) Plate boundaries having no volcanic activity

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