UPSSSC PET Geography Practice Set 06

UPSSSC PET Geography Practice Set 06 : Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission (UPSSSC) has started the process of conducting Preliminary Qualifying Test (PET) for Group ‘C’ recruitment. It has been decided to conduct this exam on 15th and 16th of October. Candidates must know that only after appearing in this exam they will be able to appear in any Group ‘C’ exam conducted by UPSSSC.

In such a situation, today we have brought 25 very important questions of geography through this article, by studying which you can make your preparation stronger and get success in the examination.

UPSSSC PET Geography Practice Set 06
UPSSSC PET Geography Practice Set 06

UPSSSC PET Geography Practice Set 06

Question. Condensation is one of the processes of the water cycle. Which of the following statements about condensation is true?

  • The vapor state is changed to the liquid state.
  • The vapor state is changed to the solid state.
  • The liquid state is changed to the solid state.
  • The solid state is changed to the liquid state.

Answer 1

Question. Which of the following cycles is an important aspect of the weather patterns on Earth?

  • carbon cycle
  • the water cycle
  • oxygen cycle
  • nitrogen cycle

Answer: 2

Question. What is an aquifer?

  • Saturated area below ground water level
  • Unsaturated area below ground water level
  • upper surface of the region of saturation
  • bottom surface of the saturated region

Answer 1

Question. The Canadian Pacific Railway operates

  • between Duluth and Montreal
  • Between Sarkatoon and Quebec
  • Between Seattle and Winnipeg
  • Between Vancouver and Halifax

Answer: 4

Question. ‘Glasier Express’ is a famous train of which of the following country?

  • America
  • India
  • Norway
  • Switzerland

Answer: 4

Question. According to the information available as of March 2019, which of the following is common in these four countries – South Sudan, Libya, Yemen and Greece?

  • all african countries
  • all are monarchies
  • all Mediterranean countries
  • All of these have an average of 10 years of negative economic growth

Answer: 4

Question. The Gulf of Mexico is connected to the Atlantic Ocean by?

  • Florida Strait
  • Cook Strait
  • Strait of Otranto
  • Strait of Dover

Answer 1

Question. Identify the incorrect statement regarding the water cycle from the options given below.

  • Clouds are formed by the evaporation of water.
  • Water vapor enters the atmosphere only through transpiration.
  • The melting of ice is a part of the water cycle.
  • Sunlight is also responsible for the evaporation of water.

Answer: 2

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Question. Where is the International Rice Research Institute located?

  • nairobi
  • Hyderabad
  • Ethiopia
  • manila

Answer: 4

Question. What is the water body separating India and Sri Lanka?

  • great channel
  • Palk Strait
  • 8 degree channel
  • 10 degree channel

Answer: 2

Question. Where is ‘Dogger Bank’, the main fishing area of ​​Europe located?

  • Baltic Sea
  • the North Sea
  • english channel
  • Norwegian Sea

Answer: 2

Question. Where is Patagonia located?

  • Greece
  • Argentina
  • Mongolia
  • madagascar

Answer 1

Question. Which is the leading producer of coral silk in the world?

  • China
  • India
  • America
  • Russia

Answer: 2

Question. Find inconsistent matches.

  • Largest animal in the world – Blue whale
  • Largest delta in the world – Sundarbans (Bangladesh and India)
  • Deepest lake in the world – Superior (Canada)
  • Largest desert in the world – Sahara (Africa)

Answer: 3

Question. 140°N latitude demarcates between

  • North and South Vietnam
  • Egypt and Sudan
  • North and South Korea
  • America and Canada

Answer: 4

Question. Which of the following does not contribute to know the average climate of an area?

  • Rain
  • wind speed
  • number of trees
  • humidity

Answer: 3

Question. Which cloud does ‘Nimbus’ represent?

  • feather-like
  • pile-like
  • rain cloud
  • spherical from above

Answer: 3

Question. Identify the neighboring nation with which India shares its longest border.

  • Nepal
  • myanmar
  • China
  • Bangladesh

Answer: 4

Question. The Indian peninsula extends up to …….

  • Arabian Sea
  • Indian ocean
  • Himalaya
  • Bay of Bengal

Answer: 2

Question. Which of the following is the narrowest valley in the world

Is?

  • Copper Canyon
  • colfa canyon
  • fish river canyon
  • the grand canyon

Answer: 4

Question. Rain shadows are created when winds accelerate to pick up moisture, where the air cools and condenses to drop its moisture velocity down as rain or snow. Which of the following does not form a rain shadow effect?

  • Hawaiian Island of Kawaii
  • Death Valley in California
  • Mediterranean Sea Coast
  • Himalaya

Answer: 3

Question. The average height of the Himalayas or the far northern part of the Himadri is about …………….m.

Answer: 3

Question. In which Indian state, is there a city very close to the Tropic of Cancer in India?

Answer: 2

Question. The latitudinal extension of India is from ………. north to ……… north.

  • 8° 2′; 37° 4′
  • 8° 4′; 37° 6′
  • 8° 7′: 37° 9′
  • 8° 3′: 37° 5′

Answer: 2

Question. Where does the maximum annual rainfall occur?

  • canadian shield
  • Ganges Basin
  • amazon basin
  • siberian plain

Answer : ?

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