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Geography Gk Questions UPSC/ SSC / Railway Exams 2015

Here check this out Geography Gk Questions only for UPSC/ SSC / Railways Exams 2015:-

  1. Between which range does Kashmir valley in Himalayas located?

  2. Pir Panchal – Dhauldhar
    Zaskar-Pir Panchal
    Shiwalik – Pir Punchal
    Dhauldhar- Zaskar

  3. How many national water ways in India?

  4. 3
    7
    5
    9

  5. The Thar Express goes to?

  6. Afghanistan
    Bangladesh
    Pakistan
    Myanmar

  7. Which of the following is a famous Assamese Festival:

  8. Makar Sakranti
    Rongali Bihu
    Yugadi
    Onam

  9. Guwahati is situated on the bank of the river:

  10. Teesta
    Brahmaputra
    Sone
    Hooghly

  11. Kanchenjunga is situated in

  12. Sikkim
    Nepal
    H.P
    West Bengal

  13. With which set of following countries has Arunchal Pradesh common border:

  14. Bhutan, China and Myanmar
    Bhutan, Bangladesh and China
    Myanmar, Bangladesh and China
    Bhutan, Bangladesh and Myanmar

  15. As per studies, the Tummalapalle mine in Andhra Pradesh could have Uranium reserve of:

  16. 1.5 lakh tonnes
    2 lakh tonnes
    1 lakh tonnes
    2.5 lakh tonnes

  17. Big Bang theory explains:

  18. Origin of Universe
    Origin of Star
    Laws of Physics
    None

  19. Census data released on July 15,2011 reflects that 13.48 percent urban population lives in :

  20. U.P
    Maharashtra
    Tamil Nadu
    Jharkhand

  21. The purest form of iron is:

  22. Castiron
    Steel
    Pig iron
    Wrought iron

  23. Surat is located on the banks of the river:

  24. Narmada
    Sharavathi
    Mahi
    Tapti

  25. Which of the following is correctly matched:

  26. Tripura – Agartala
    Assam – Itanagar
    Arunachal Pradesh – Guwahati
    Nagaland - Shillong

  27. The least populated state in India is:

  28. Mizoram
    Sikkim
    Uttarakhand
    A.P

  29. Tsunamis are waves generated by:

  30. High tides of the oceans
    Moon’s pull
    Earthquakes beneath the Sea
    cyclones

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