MCQs with Solutions for all Competitive Examinations

Geography MCQs for Competitive Examination

Q. 181
Andaman and Nicobar islands are separated by which of the following?

(A) Ten-degree channel
(B) Bay of Bengal
(C) Andaman Sea
(D) Eight-degree channel

Answer: (A) Ten-degree channel
Explanation: N/A

Q. 182
The Black Revolution is associated with the production of which of the following?

(A) Fertilisers
(B) Crude Oil
(C) Jute
(D) Cotton

Answer: (B) Crude Oil
Explanation: N/A

Q. 183
In Bangladesh, the river Brahmaputra is called as 

(A) Yamuna River
(B) Jamuna River
(C) Lohit
(D) Barak

Answer: (B) Jamuna River
Explanation: N/A

Q. 184
At present India have _________________ time zone/s.

(A) 11
(B) 2
(C) 1
(D) 5

Answer: (C) 1
Explanation: N/A

Q. 185
Who for the first time proposed the detailed and comprehensive theory of Continental Drift?

(A) Georges Lemaitre
(B) Friedrich Ratzel
(C) Fred Hoyle
(D) Alfred Wegener

Answer: (D) Alrfred Wegener
Explanation: N/A

Q. 186
The Gravitational Pull of the Moon is _____________ that of the earth.

(A) (1/4) th
(B) (1/6) th 
(C) (1/3) rd
(D) (1/7) th

Answer: (B) (1/6) th
Explanation: N/A

Q. 187
The damage caused by a an earthquake is measured by

(A) Richter Scale
(B) Seismic Scale
(C) Mercalli Intensity Scale
(D) Seismograph

Answer: (C) Mercalli Intensity Scale
Explanation: N/A

Q. 188
The most destructive waves caused by an earthquake is

(A) P Waves
(B) S Waves
(C) Surface Waves
(D) Primary Wave

Answer: (C) Surface Waves
Explanation: Also known as Love Waves or L Waves

Q. 189
Which of the following is not an example of fold mountains?

(A) Andes
(B) Himalayas
(C) Rockeis
(D) Vindhya

Answer: (D) Vindhya
Explanation: N/A

Q. 190
The highest plateau in the world is 

(A) Deccan plateau
(B) Colorado plateau
(C) Tibetan plateau
(D) Patagonian plateau

Answer: (C) Tibetan plateau
Explanation: N/A

Q. 191
In which of the following atmospheric layers the temperature increases with increase in height?

(A) Troposphere
(B) Stratosphere
(C) Mesosphere
(D) Tropopause

Answer: (B) Stratosphere
Explanation: N/A

Q. 192
Atmospheric pressure __________________ with increase in altitude.

(A) Increases
(B) Decreases
(C) Remains same
(D) Is not affected

Answer: (B) Decreases
Explanation: N/A

Q. 193
Atmospheric pressure depends upon which of the following factors?

(A) Altitude
(B) Temperature
(C) Rotation of Earth
(D) All of the above

Answer: (D) All of the above
Explanation: N/A

Q. 194
The imaginary line joining the points having same pressure is called as

(A) Isohyte
(B) Isobar
(C) Isobath
(D) Isotherm

Answer: (B) Isobar
Explanation: N/A

Q. 195
Tornadoes are most common in

(A) Northern Australia
(B) United States
(C) Indian Ocean
(D) China Sea

Answer: (B) United States
Explanation: N/A

Q. 196
Willy Willies a tropical cyclone occurs in

(A) United States
(B) North Atlantic
(C) Australia
(D) Northwest Pacific

Answer: (C) Australia
Explanation: N/A

Q. 197
What instrument is used to measure humidity?

(A) Hydrometer
(B) Hygrometer
(C) Barometer
(D) Anemometer

Answer: (B) Hygrometer
Explanation: N/A

Q. 198
Pampas are the grassland found in which among the following regions?

(A) Eurasia
(B) South America
(C) Australia
(D) New Zealand

Answer: (B) South America
Explanation: N/A

Q. 199
A line on a map joining places of equal  salinity is called

(A) Isobars
(B) Isohyets
(C) Isotherms
(D) Isohaline

Answer: (D) Ishohaline
Explanation: N/A

Q. 200
The mountain range that separates Asia from Europe is

(A) Ural
(B) Alps
(C) Andes
(D) Apennine

Answer: (A) Ural
Explanation: N/A

Q. 201
Which river is called as China’s Sorrow?

(A) Yangtze
(B) Hwang Ho
(C) Mekong
(D) Huai 

Answer: (B) Hwang Ho (Also known as Yellow river)
Explanation: N/A

Q. 202
Which among the following is a land-locked country?

(A) Laos
(B) Cambodia
(C) Brunei
(D) Vietnam

Answer: (A) Laos
Explanation: N/A

Q. 203
The longest river of Asia is

(A) Yellow river
(B) Mississipi
(C) Yangtze river
(D) Nile river

Answer: (C) Yangtze river
Explanation: N/A

Q. 204
Which country is called the land of the rising sun?

(A) Japan
(B) Indonesia
(C) South Korea
(D) Norway

Answer: (A) Japan
Explanation: N/A

Q. 205
Which country is called as the country of Canals?

(A) Myanmar
(B) Finland
(C) Pakistan
(D) Egypt

Answer: (C) Pakistan
Explanation: N/A

Q. 206
Which two countries border the dead sea?

(A) Egypt and Israel
(B) Jordan and Egypt
(C) Jordan and Syria
(D) Israel and Jordan

Answer: (D) Israel and Jordan
Explanation: N/A

Q. 207
The grasslands of North America is called

(A) Prairie
(B) Pampas
(C) Downs
(D) Steppe

Answer: (A) Prairie
Explanation: N/A

Q. 208
Mount Fuji of Japan is an example of 

(A) Young Fold Mountains
(B) Residual Mountain
(C) Block Mountains
(D) Volcanic Mountains

Answer: (D) Volcanic Mountains
Explanation: N/A

Q. 209
Caspian Sea lies in between which two continents?

(A) Asia and Europe
(B) Asia and Africa
(C) Europe and Africa
(D) Asia and North America

Answer: (A) Asia and Europe
Explanation: N/A

Q. 210
The largest lake in the world is 

(A) Lake Superior
(B) Caspian Sea
(C) Lake Victoria
(D) Lake Baikal

Answer: (B) Caspian Sea
Explanation: N/A

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