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  • Which of the following option denote
    restoration of forest by naturally or
    manually.
    (A) Deforestation (B) Afforestation
    (C) Reforestation (D) Hiforestation
    A. (B) B. (D)
    C. (A) D. (C)
    Ans. D
    Sol.
    ● Deforestation- refers to destroying
    trees for benefit; it is extremely harmful
    and lead to increase in carbon dioxide
    amount in atmosphere.
    ● Afforestation- refers to planting trees
    for benefit, it is essential to maintain life
    and it increases amount of oxygen in
    atmosphere.
    ● Reforestation- refers to restoration of
    forest by naturally or manually. It
    improves human life and reduces
    pollution.
  • Where is Notre-Dame cathedral?
    (A) California (B) Leads
    (C) Belgium (D) Paris
    A. (B) B. (D)
    C. (C) D. (A)
    Ans. B
    Sol.
    ● Notre Dame Cathedral is situated at
    Paris.
    ● It is a medieval Catholic Cathedral and
    is consecrated to the Virgin Mary and
    considered to be one of the finest
    examples of Gothic Architecture.
    ● The cathedral’s construction was begun
    in 1160 under Bishop Maurice de Sully
    and was largely complete by 1260. But it
    witnessed desecration during French
    Revolution.
    ● In the 19th century, the cathedral was
    the site of the coronation of Napoleon I
    and funerals of many Presidents of the
    Republic.
  • Where will you be if you were on
    flitheyo island?
    (A) Sri Lanka (B) Lakshadweep
    (C) Maldives (D) Thailand
    A. (C) B. (D)
    C. (B) D. (A)
    Ans. A
    Sol.
    ● Filitheyo Island is located in
    Maldives.
    ● It is a resort and launched in 1999. It
    consists of approx. 125 guest bungalows
    with restaurants, bars, spa etc.
    ● The island is in a triangular shape, with
    surrounding shores facing east, north and
    south-west. All of the guest related
    buildings including bungalows,
    restaurants and receptions are located on
    the outlying areas of the island.
  • Koyna Dam is situated in-
    (A) Madhya Pradesh (B) Rajasthan
    (C) Maharashtra (D) Gujarat
    A. (C) B. (D)
    C. (B) D. (A)
    Ans. A
    Sol.
  • Koyna Dam is located in
    Maharashtra. It is a concrete dam on
    Koyna river.
  • The main purpose of the dam is
    hydroelectricity with some irrigation in
    neighbouring areas. Koyna Hydroelectric
    Project has a total installed capacity of
    1,920 MW.
  • It is known as ‘life line of Maharashtra’.
    The Koyna hydro-electric project is run by
    the Maharashtra State Electricity Board.
  1. Which of the following planet is similar
    in size to earth?
    (A) Mercury (B) Mars
    (C) Venus (D) Saturn
    A. (A) B. (D)
    C. (C) D. (B)
    Ans. C
    Sol.
  • Venus is also known as twin of
    earth because of their similar size,
    mass, proximity to the Sun, and bulk
    composition.
  • Venus orbits the Sun every 224.7 Earth
    days. The atmospheric pressure at the
    planet’s surface is 92 times that of Earth.
  • Venus is one of the four terrestrial
    planets which mean that it has rocky
    mountain bodies. The atmosphere of
    Venus consists of 96.5% carbon dioxide,
    with most of the remaining 3.5% being
    nitrogen.
  1. In which of the following stat is Goecha
    La passes located?
    (A) Sikkim (B) Assam
    (C) Meghalaya (D) Uttrakhand
    A. (A) B. (C)
    C. (B) D. (D)
    Ans. A
    Sol.
    ● Lipu Lekh, Mana Pass, Mangsha Dhura,
    Niti pass etc are major passes present in
    Uttarakhand.
    ● Nathu la, Jelep La, Goecha La Pass etc
    are major passes present in Sikkim.
    ● Bomdi La, Dihang pass, Yonggyap Pass,
    Dipher pass, Kumjawng pass etc are
    major passes present in Arunanchal
    Pradesh.
    ● Sela Pass connects Tawang to rest of
    India through Tezpur and Guwahati.
  2. Which Indian state was declared
    complete digital state?
    (A) Tamil Nadu (B) Kerala
    (C) Maharashtra (D) Karnataka
    A. (C) B. (B)
    C. (A) D. (D)
    Ans. B
    Sol.
    ● Kerala is the first digital state of
    country. The Ex. President of India
    Pranab Mukherjee has declared Kerala as
    India’s first digital state during the launch
    of digital empowerment campaign at
    Kozhikode, Kerala in 2016.
    ● Kerala has achieved 100 per cent
    mobile connectivity and 75 per cent
    Internet literacy in the past few years
    and has the highest record of bank
    accounts linked to Aadhar card and e￾governance and digital banking.
    ● Kerala has a mobile coverage of 95
    percent and Internet access to over 60
    percent of its total population – the
    highest among all the 29 states.
  3. On which river, world’s highest
    Millauviaduct bridge is made?
    (A) Seine (B) Tarn
    (C) Durance (D) Loir
    A. (B) B. (A)
    C. (D) D. (C)
    Ans. A
    Sol.
    ● Millau Viaduct is cable-stayed bridge
    in France over a valley of the River Tarn.
    It is the tallest bridge in the world.
    ● French structural engineer Michel
    Virlogeux and British architect Norman
    Foster are designers of this giant bridge.
    ● It has a length of 2.460 meters and
    width of 32 meters. Its official name is Le
    Viaduc de Millau and is present in France.
  4. Which of the following statement is not
    true about Indian river?
    (A) Himalayan rivers are Perennial
    (B) Peninsular rivers are Seasonal
    (C) Himalayan rivers form very small
    delta
    (D) Peninsular rivers have little amount of
    water
    A. (B) B. (A)
    C. (D) D. (C)
    Ans. D
    Sol.
    *India River system is mainly divided into
    two categories with – Himalayan Rivers
    and Peninsular Rivers.
  • Regarding Himalayan rivers in India,
    they form major parts of big deltas and
    catchment areas formed in country also
    they are Perennial source of water.
  • The Peninsular Rivers are not perennial
    and have a limited amount of water like
    Kaveri, Krishna, Godavari etc. though
    peninsular rivers have huge potential for
    hydroelectricity.
  • The Ganga, Yamuna, Brahmaputra,
    Indus and it’ tributaries are part of
    Himalayan River system.
  1. In which of the following state
    Nathula and jelep la passes are situated?
    (A) Sikkim
    (B) Uttrakhand
    (C) Himachal Pradesh
    (D) Jammu Kashmir
    A. (C) B. (A)
    C. (D) D. (B)
    Ans. B
    Sol.
  • Nathula and Jelep La are major
    passes of Sikkim.
  • Bara Lacha La, Debsa Pass, Rohtang
    Pass, etc are passes present in Himachal
    Pradesh.
  1. Which of the following is not true
    about Kumbhalgarh fort, Rajasthan?
    (A) It is situated in district Rajsamand of
    Rajasthan at present
    (B) It is a world heritage site of UNESCO,
    which is included in mountaineous fort of
    Rajasthan.
    (C) The wall of Kumbalgarh is the second
    largest wall after the china wall.
    (D) It is situated on the peak of famous
    Satpura series.
    A. (B) B. (A)
    C. (C) D. (D)
    Ans. D
    Sol.
  • Kumbhalgarh is a Major fort which
    was one of the most vital Mewar Fort.
    It is located in Rajsamand district of
    Rajasthan.
  • It is a world heritage site of UNESCO,
    which is included in mountainous fort of
    Rajasthan and The wall of Kumbalgarh is
    the second largest wall after the china
    wall.
  • It was built during the reign of Rana
    Kumbha. Kumbhalgarh also separated
    Mewar and Marwar from each other and
    was used as a place of refuge for the
    rulers of Mewar at times of danger.
  • The fort is also known to be the
    birthplace of Maha Rana Pratap.
  1. How many constellations have been
    named?
    (A) 88 (B) 99
    (C) 90 (D) 87
    A. (B) B. (D)
    C. (A) D. (A)
    Ans. C
    Sol.
    • Till now 88 constellations have been
    named, covering the entire sky in the
    northern and southern hemispheres.
    • The oldest description of the
    constellations as we know them comes
  2. What is Kuiper belt?
    (A) Planetary bodies that orbit around
    Jupiter
    (B) A type of Galaxy
    (C) Icy Planetary bodies that orbit around
    Neptune
    (D) A type of constellation
    A. (A) B. (C)
    C. (B) D. (D)
    Ans. B
    Sol.
    ● Just outside of Neptune’s orbit is a ring
    of icy bodies, is called as the Kuiper Belt.
    ● The Kuiper belt is occasionally called the
    Edgeworth–Kuiper belt.
    ● It is a circumstellar disc in the outer
    Solar System, extending from the orbit of
    Neptune to approximately 50 AU from the
    Sun.
  3. According to World Bank, what Is the
    approximate land utilization percentage
    of India for agriculture purposes?
    (A) 48 (B) 70
    (C) 60 (D) 53
    A. (B) B. (D)
    C. (A) D. (C)
    Ans. D
    Sol.
    ● Agricultural land in India was reported
    at 60.45 % in 2015, according to the
    World Bank collection of development
    indicators, compiled from officially
    recognized sources.
    ● World Development Indicators (WDI) is
    the World Bank’s premier compilation of
    cross-country comparable data on
    development.
  4. The Kudankulam nuclear plant has 2
    reactors to generate _ of power.
    (A) 500 MW (B) 1000 MW
    (C) 2000 MW (D) 1500 MW
    A. (C) B. (B)
    C. (A) D. (D)
    Ans. A
  5. India covers _ of earth’s land
    area. (approximate)
    (A) 2.8% (B) 2.4%
    (C) 2.0% (D) 3.2%
    A. (B) B. (A)
    C. (C) D. (D)
    Ans. A
    Sol.
  • The total area of India is 3.28
    million square km. India also
    accounts for 2.4% of the area on the
    globe.
  • IT has a land boundary of 15,200 km
    and the coastal boundary that includes
    the islands is 7,516 km.
  • It lies completely in the Northern
    hemisphere and Eastern hemisphere
    between latitudes 84′ N and 37°6’N and
    longitudes 68°7′ E and 97°25′ E.
  1. Bangladesh has a land border with
    (A) Only India
    (B) India and Myanmar
    (C) India and Bhutan
    (D) India and China
    A. (B) B. (D)
    C. (A) D. (C)
    Ans. A
    Sol.
  • Bangladesh share border with both
    India and Myanmar.
  • The Bangladesh–Myanmar border is
    170 miles while Bangladesh and India
    share a 4,156 km (2,582 mi)-long
    international border.
  • It is worlds fifth longest land border,
    Bangladesh share border with Assam,
    Tripura, Mizoram, Meghalaya and West
    Bengal.
  1. The Purple Frontier, The Earth Dragon
    and The Outer Fortresses, all refer to
    _.
    (A) The Himalayas
    (B) The Yellow River
    (C) The Great Wall of China
    (D) Books written by J.R.R. Tolkien
    A. (B) B. (C)
    C. (A) D. (D)
    Ans. B
    Sol.
    ● The Purple Frontier, The Earth Dragon
    and The Outer Fortresses, all refer to The
    Great Wall of China.
    ● It is the collective name of a series of
    fortification systems generally built
    across the historical northern borders of
    China.
    ● The Great Wall of China was
    constructed from the 7th Century BC by
    the Chu State and lasted until 1878 in the
    Qing Dynasty.
  2. Asia’s oldest oil producing field is
    located in
    (A) Gujarat
    (B) Assam
    (C) Arunachal Pradesh
    (D) Nagaland
    A. (A) B. (B)
    C. (D) D. (C)
    Ans. B
    Sol.
    ● Assam oil field is the Asia’s oldest
    oil producing field.
    ● Crude oil was discovered here in late
    19th century. Digboi, where the first oil
    well in Asia was drilled, is known as the
    Oil City of Assam.
    ● The first refinery was started here in
    1901.
  3. In 2015, on which of these planets
    freezed underground Glaciers were
    discovered?
    (A) Mars (B) Venus
    (C) Jupiter (D) Saturn
    A. (C) B. (B)
    C. (A) D. (D)
    Ans. C
    Sol.
    ● IN 2015, Scientists had discovered belts
    of glaciers consisting of frozen water

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