RRB Group D Exam 2022

Indian Forest Related Important Questions for RRB Group D : Indian Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has started the recruitment process for Group D posts, this exam will be conducted from August 17 to August 25, 2022 and there is a provision to complete this exam in several phases. Now the candidate will have to appear in only one test and on the basis of that all the candidates will be shortlisted.

In such a situation, today, through this article, we have brought important questions related to Indian Forest with answers and solutions, which can possibly be asked in the examination. Under which you can confirm your 1 to 2 marks in the exam. So the candidates must study these questions before appearing in the exam.

Indian Forest Related Important Questions for RRB Group D
Indian Forest Related Important Questions for RRB Group D

Indian Forest Related Important Questions for RRB Group D (Important Questions)

Question. Where is Silent Valley located?

Answer: 2

Question. Where is the Valley of Flowers located?

  • In Uttarakhand
  • Uttar Pradesh
  • Madhya Pradesh
  • Karnataka

Answer 1

Question. Which state produces Mulberry silk?

  • Madhya Pradesh
  • Rajasthan
  • Kashmir
  • Karnataka

Answer: 4

Question. Which are the most important commercial forests in India?

  • tropical semi evergreen forest
  • Mangrove Forest
  • dry forest
  • all of which

Answer 1

Question: What is the percentage of tropical and temperate forests in India-

  • 80% and 10%
  • 88% v 20%
  • 93% and 7%
  • 70%v 4%

Answer: 3

Question. Which is the most important vegetation in India?

  • autumn forest
  • mangrove forest
  • thorny forest
  • mountain forest

Answer 1

Question. According to the India Forest Report 2011 on the Peninsular Plateau, India has what percentage of the world’s forests?

Answer: 4

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Question. Which state of India has the least number of forests?

Answer: 2

Question. What type of vegetation is found in the Western Ghats of India?

  • everlasting
  • Dry
  • thorny
  • none of these

Answer 1

Question. What are the forests found in swampy and febrile areas called?

  • mountain forest
  • Mangrove Forest
  • mangrove forest
  • deciduous forest

Answer: 2

Question. What is the descending order of the top three states of India in terms of forests?

  • Madhya Pradesh-Arunachal Pradesh-Chhattisgarh
  • Madhya Pradesh – Chhattisgarh – Jharkhand
  • Chhattisgarh – Madhya Pradesh – Rajasthan
  • Chhattisgarh – Madhya Pradesh – Rajasthan

Answer 1

Question. Due to the abundance of which tree in the deltaic regions of the Ganges-Brahmaputra, it is called ‘Sundarvan’?

  • mahogany
  • beauty
  • bark
  • rosewood

Answer: 2

Question. The place where 100 cm. 200 cm from There is average rainfall, what types of formations are found there?

  • thorny forest
  • mountain forest
  • warm autumn forest
  • tundra forest

Answer: 3

Question. When did the central government announce the new forest policy?

  • 1988 AD.
  • 1999 AD.
  • 1859 AD
  • 1619 AD

Answer 1

Question. When is Van Mahotsav celebrated in India?

  • in the first week of july
  • in the last week of july
  • mid week of june
  • in the first week of January

Answer : ?

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