RRB Group D Exam | These important questions related to ‘Indian state’ can be asked in the upcoming shift

Indian States Related Questions for RRB Group D Exam : Indian Railway Recruitment Board will conduct the first phase examination of Railway Group D from August 17 to August 25 and the second phase examination will run from August 26 to September 8. If you also want to do government job in railway and are going to appear in this exam.

So here we have brought important questions asked related to ‘Indian State’, which are going to be very useful for you in the examination, you must study these questions before appearing in the examination so that you can get good marks in the examination. Can you

Indian States Related Questions for RRB Group D Exam
Indian States Related Questions for RRB Group D Exam

Indian States Related Questions for RRB Group D Exam

Question. In which province is Latur located?

  • Andra Pradesh
  • Gujarat
  • Maharashtra
  • Madhya Pradesh

Answer: 3

Question. ‘Vidarbha’ is a regional name in India, and it-

  • part of Gujarat
  • is a part of Maharashtra
  • is a part of Madhya Pradesh
  • Odisha is a part of

Answer: 2

Question. The ‘Pat’ region is located at-

  • in Bihar
  • in Jharkhand
  • in Madhya Pradesh
  • in Meghalaya

Answer: 2

Question. Jhumri Talaiya (famous for demanding songs on radio) is located in which state?

  • A state in Eastern India
  • Jharkhand
  • Odisha
  • West Bengal

Answer: 2

Question. Which of the following states of India is known as ‘Kohinoor of India’?

  • Andra Pradesh
  • Kerala
  • Rajasthan
  • Madhya Pradesh

Answer 1

Question. Most of the land area of ​​Manipur is

  • plateau
  • plain
  • swampy
  • mountain

Answer: 4

Question. Some people in Manipur live in houses built on floating islands of weeds and rotting vegetation tied with silt, these islands are called-

  • Tipis
  • barkhans
  • Phumdi
  • Izba

Answer: 3

Question. Which state of India is known as ‘Silicon State’?

  • Goa
  • Andra Pradesh
  • Kerala
  • Karnataka

Answer: 4

Question. It is said that the Silicon Valley in India is located in-

  • in bangalore
  • in Chennai
  • Kolkata
  • in Hyderabad

Answer 1

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Question. Which of the following is not correctly matched?

  • Chhattisgarh – Chhattisgarh Maidan
  • Jharkhand – Chotanagpur Plateau
  • Maharashtra – rain shadow region
  • Andhra Pradesh – Malnad

Answer: 4

Question. National Capital Territory does not include-

  • part of Haryana
  • part of rajasthan
  • part of Uttar Pradesh
  • part of punjab


Question. If one travels from west to east, then which of the following is the correct sequence of the four towns/cities to be found from the options given below?

  • Rajkot, Vadodara, Kharagpur, Bilaspur
  • Bikaner, Aligarh, Darbhanga, Naugaon
  • Indore, Rourkela, Agartala, Jamshedpur
  • Nashik, Aurangabad, Baharampur, Nanded

Answer: 2

Question. Which of the following sentences is correct?

  • Madhya Pradesh is bordered by seven states.
  • Bhopal is situated to the north of the Tropic of Cancer.
  • Anywhere along the border of the state of Punjab from Jammu and Kashmir
  • There is no national park in Arunachal Pradesh.

Answer: 2

Question. What is the rank of Uttar Pradesh among all the states of India by area?

  • first
  • another
  • third
  • fourth

Answer: 4

Question. Which of the following states has the least area?

  • Andra Pradesh
  • Gujarat
  • Karnataka
  • Tamil Nadu

Answer : ?

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