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Geography GK Questions With Answers For Govt Exams

Hello viewers welcome to our page, are you preparing for govt exams? so here we brought to you geography based general knowledge questions with their answers for govt exams. These are the questions which are asked frequently in exams like Railway, SSC CGL, SSC +2 Grade Level and other competitive exams. So guys if you are dreaming for govt jobs then we would like help you in best possible way. Hope these GK of Indian Geography help you in your upcoming exams and wish you all the very best.

Geography Questions With Answers For Govt Exams

Geography Questions With Answers For Govt Exams

Geography GK Questions For Govt Exams

  1. The time taken by Earth to complete one rotation on its imaginary axis- 23 Hrs 56 Mins 4 Secs
  2. The temperature increase rapidly above- Exosphere
  3. Why is South Pole colder than North Pole-High Altitude
  4. When the moon completely covers the sun it is known as-Umbra
  5. Tropical rain forest is characterised by- Maximum biodiversity
  6. A piece of land that is bordered by water on three sides but connected to mainland is called- Peninsula
  7. Which is a biological method of soil conversation- Contour farming
  8. The soils which are rich in calcium are known as- Pedocals
  9. The oceans with the largest surface area is- Pacific
  10. Molten rock below the surface of the earth is called- Magma
  11. Which type of lake is formed by volcanic activities- Cladera Lake 
  12. The stagnant water at the bottom of a lake is called- Hypolimnion
  13. Lake formed in a cut off river meander is called- Ox-Bow Lake
  14. The atmospheric layer farthest from the Earth’s surface is known as- Exosphere
  15. The magnitude of Earthquake is measured on the- Richter Scale
  16. Dome mountain are the result of –Intrusion of magma
  17. The place of origin of an earthquake is called- Focus
  18. Tsunamis are originated due to- Earthquake
  19. The watershed between India and Myanmar is formed by- The Naga Hills
  20. The Yarlung Zangbo river, in India, is known as- Brahmaputra
  21. The Lakshadweep Islands are situated in- Arabian Sea
  22. In which type of rocks are coal and petroleum found- Sedimentary
  23. Which State shares boundaries with the maximum number of other States of India- Assam
  24. In which state is Namchik Namphuk Coalfields located- Arunachal Pradesh
  25. The highest peak of the Himalayas in India is in- Sikkim
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