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SSC CGL CHSL CPO General Awareness 10000 MCQs Series Part 18/200

SSC CGL CHSL CPO General Awareness 10000 MCQs Series Part 18/200

SSC CGL CHSL CPO General Awareness 10000 MCQs Series Part 18/200

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Q671. Which countries are separated by the 49th parallel?

(a) USA and Canada

(b) USA and Mexico

(c) France and Germany

(d) Russia and China

Q672. The country located between 8° N and 37° N latitudes is

(a) Bangladesh

(b) India

(c) China

(d) Pakistan

Q673. The world’s largest producer of desalinated sea water is

(a) Kuwait

(b) Iran

(c) Saudi Arabia

(d) Iraq

Q674. Which one of the following is known as the ‘Laughing Jack’ of Australia?

(a) Platypus

(b) Kookabara

(c) Koala

(d) Lyrebird

Q675. The Strait that connects Red Sea and Mediterranean Sea is

(a) Panama Strait

(b) Suez Strait

(c) Palk Strait

(d) Bering Strait

Q676. The canal which links Atlantic Ocean with Pacific Ocean is

(a) Suez

(b) Malacca

(c) Panama

(d) Gibralter

Q677. The largest delta of the world is

(a) Sunder bans

(b) Amazon Basin

(c) Green land

(d) Congo Basin

Q678. The Temperate grasslands of North America are known as:

(a) Pampas

(b) Downs

(c) Steppes

(d) Prairies

Q679. The river which has a greater flow of water than any other river in the world is

(a) River Hwang-ho

(b) River Amazon

(c) River Zaire

(d) River Nile

Q680.Which of the following is the Third largest country in population after China and India?

(a) Bangladesh

(b) United States of America

(c) Indonesia

(d) Japan

Q681. The most populous and oil-rich country in Africa is

(a) Kenya

(b)Sudan

(c) Nigeria

(d) Uganda

Q682. Match the following:

Towns Rivers

  1. Jabalpur 1. Ravi

2.Paris 2. Narmada

3.London 3. Siene

4.Lahore 4. Thames

 

a b c d

(a) 2 3 4 1

(b) 3 2 14

(c) 1 4 3 2

(d) 4 1 2 3

 

Q683. Which of the following countries are connected by the Palk Strait?

(a) India and Sri Lanka

(b) North Korea and South Korea

(c) Pakistan and China

(d) Britain and France

Q684. Volcanic activity is more common in

(a) Hawai

(b) Japan

(c) Colombia

(d) New Zealand

Q685. Which country is the largest producer of Timber?

(a) United States

(b) Brazil

(c) Nigeria

(d) Sweden

Q686. Which nation is Mongla Port situated in ?

(a) Sri Lanka

(b) Bangladesh

(c) Bhutan

(d) India

Q687. The world’s wettest continent is:

(a) Asia

(b) Europe

(c) North America

(d) South America

Q688. Grassland is called “pampas” in

(a) Africa

(b) South America

(c) the United Kingdom

(d) the USA

Q689. Largest Mica deposits are in

(a) South Africa

(b) India

(c) USA

(d) Australia

Q690. Trans-Siberian Railway terminals are

(a) Moscow and Vladivostok

(b) St. Petersburg and Vladivostok

(c) Moscow and Krasnoyarsk

(d) St. Petersburg and Krasnoyarsk

Q691. The Panama Canal links

(a) Pacific and Atlantic Ocean

(b) Atlantic and Arctic Ocean

(c) Pacific and Indian Ocean

(d) Antarctic and Atlantic Ocean

Q692. Extensive areas of grape cultivation in France are especially called

(a) Wine cellars

(b) Grape fields

(c) Grape farms

(d) Vineyards

Q693. Kangaroos, Platypus and Koala bears are wildlife of

(a) Australia

(b) South America

(c) Europe

(d) Africa

Q694. ‘Dead Sea’ is called so because

(a) the water is brackish

(b) it does not support any acquatic life

(c) it is not favourable for navigation

(d) it has no waves

Q695. The Victoria Falls are on the river

(a) Niger

(b) Congo

(c) Zambezi

(d) Orange

Q696. Which is the largest existing mangrove forest in the world?

(a) African forest

(b) Alphine forest

(c) Sunderbans

(d) Australian forest

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Q697. The world famous ‘Serangeti ‘Wild life Sanctuary is located in

(a) Kenya

(b) Tanzania

(c) Zambia

(d) Uganda

Q698. The busiest oceanic trade route of the world is in

(a) Atlantic Ocean

(b) Arctic Ocean

(c) Indian Ocean

(d) Pacific Ocean

Q699. Male is the capital of

(a) Mongolia

(b) Monaco

(c) Maldives

(d) Mauritius

Q700. The city of Rome is situated on the bank of river

(a) Danube

(b) Tiber

(c) Rhine

(d) Elbe

Q701. Through which of the given regions does the equator run?

(a) Africa

(b) India

(c) Arabia

(d) China

 

Q702. Which of the following is the largest museum?

(a) The Louvre

(b) The National Museum, New York

(c) The London Museum

(d) The Vatican Museum

Q703. Which of the following is not an Arab country?

(a) Israel

(b) Syria

(c) Jordan

(d) Lebanon

Q704. Mount Blanc is the highest peak of these mountain ranges

(a) Atlas

(b) Rockys

(c) Andes

(d) Alps

Q705. The two countries connected by a tunnel under the sea are

(a) England and France

(b) France and Denmark

(c) Australia and New Zealand

(d) Spain and Italy

Q706. Fishing grounds of the world are found in areas where

(a) there are high tides

(b) warn and cold currents meet

(c) there are low tides

(d) high stormy waves occur

Q707. The longest river of the world is

(a) Mississippi

(b) Amazon

(c) Indus                

(d) Nile

Q708. The Chinese river known as yellow river is

(a) Hwang-Ho

(b) Sikiang

(c) Yangtse-Kiang

(d) Mekong

Q709. Which one of the following countries is smaller than India?

(a) China

(b) Brazil

(c) Canada

(d) Agrentina

Q710. ‘Nippon’ is the name given to Japan which means

(a) land of the rising Sun

(b) land of Pagodas

(c) land of northern lights

(d) land of volcanoes and earth quakes.

 

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