Geography of India 500 One Liner Questions And Answers
101.Bagan produces agriculture
– non-food crops.
102.Area of crops in India is
– 60 to 70 percent of the area of food grains
103.Which are the most abundant regions in jute production
– West Bengal
104.Where is the maximum area of jute in India
– West Bengal
105.The term Green Revolution has been used to indicate higher production
– by increasing agricultural productivity per hectare.
106.Green Revolution was most successful
– in Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh
107.Green revolution is related to which crop
108.HYV program is also called ……… in India
– New Agricultural Policy
109.Which state in India is called a rice bowl
– Andhra Pradesh
110.Operation Flood is related to
– Milk production
111.Approximately what percentage of India’s total population is employed in agriculture
– 60 percent
112.The yellow revolution in India is concerned with the production of
113.As far as the official classification of the Ministry of Agriculture is concerned, how many agricultural climatic zones are in India
– growing and arranging useful plants on government owned land.
115.Which state is considered as the traditional area of tank irrigation- Tamil Nadu
116.Jaduguda is concerned with the mining of- uranium.
117.Recently, Tumalapalli of Andhra Pradesh has come in the world map for which most deposits – uranium deposit
118.The state of Kerala is most famous for which mineral- iron-ore
119.The main minerals found in the upper Brahmamutra valley are petroleum.
120.Raniganj in West Bengal is related to- coal fields.
121.Which state has the largest coal reserves – Jharkhand
122.Panna is a very important place in Madhya Pradesh, it is famous for the mining of – diamond
123.Which is the destination of iron-ore transported by pipeline from Kundermukh – Mangalore
124.What is Khetri famous for- Copper
125.The number of refineries operating in the state of Assam are- four.