Multiple Choice Questions, JKSSB EXAM PREPARATION

Multiple Choice Questions 


1. The Rabi crops sown in which months?  A. March-April
B. June-July
C. October-November
D. January-February
2. Which of the following is a ‘Rabi Crops’?  A. Cotton B. Maize
C. Arhar D. Mustard
3. Which of the following is Kharif Crop? A. Groundnut B. Maize
C. Paddy D. All of the above

 4. Which one of the following sequence
is
correct in the context of three largest wheat producing states in India?
A. Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Haryana
B. Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Punjab
C. Uttar Pradesh, Punjab and Haryana
D. Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh

5. The Kharif crops sown in which months?
A. March-April B. July-October
C. October-November D. January-February

6. Which of the following is not a Rabi Crop?
A. Carrot B. Radish
C. Pea D. Lady’s finger

7. Consider the following
I. Wheat is sown in mid-October-midNovember and harvested in
March.
II. Wheat is grows well in cool, moist climate and ripens in a warm,
dry climate.
Which of the above statement (s) is/are correct about climatic
conditions for Growing Wheat?
A. Only I B. Only II
C. Both I and II D. Neither I nor II

8. Match the following
Set I
a. Largest litchi producing state in India
b. Cocoa producing state in India
c. Largest wheat producing states in India d. Largest rice producing
state in India Set II
1. West Bengal 2. Uttar Pradesh 3. Kerala 4. Bihar
Code:
a b c d
A. 1 2 3 4
B. 4 3 2 1
C. 3 1 4 2
D. 1 4 3 2

9. Which of the following state is a not top Soyabean growing state in
India?
A. Madhya Pradesh B. Maharashtra
C. Rajasthan D. Chhattisgarh

10. What is the rank of India in the production of linseed in the world?
A. First B. Second
C. Third D. Fourth

1 1.Which of the following state is the largest producer of tea in India?
A. Karnataka B. Assam
C. West Bengal
 D. T amil Nadu

12. Which of the following plantation crop produces in India more
than its need?
A. T ea
C. Petroleum B. Food grains D. Rubber

13. The Barak V alley of Assam is famous for cultivation of which crop:
A. Oil palm B. T ea
C. Sugarcane D. Coffee

14. Which of the following Indian State is the largest producer of
rubber?
A. T amil Nadu
C. Karnataka B. Andhra Pradesh D. Kerala

15.. Which of the following state is not known for the production of
cardamom?
A. Keralaz
C. Odisha B. Karnataka D. T amil Nadu

16. Which of the following Indian state is popularly known as ‘Garden
of Spices’?
A. Karnataka B. Kerala
C. Andhra Pradesh D. T amil Nadu

17. The Green Gold revolution is related to the_______.
A. Coffee
C. Bamboo 
B. Gold 
D. T ea

18. The tea plantation is required rainfall of______.
A. 50-150 cm B. 100- 200 cm
C. 100-150 cm D. 150-250 cm

19. The Ganga delta region is suitable for Jute cultivation due to the
rich fertile _______ and favourable temperature and rainfall.
A. alluvium soil
C. loamy soil B. black soil D. laterite soil
I. The ideal climatic conditions for the production and growing of
cotton are required production and growing of cotton are required
100cm rainfall.
II. Black soil is the ideal soil for the production and growing of Cotton.
Which of the above statement (s) is/are correct about the cotton
cultivation?
A. Only I 
B. Only II
C. Both I and II 
D. Neither I nor II

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