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Question: Assertion (A): The eastern coast of India produces more rice than the western coast.


Reason (R): The eastern coast receives more rainfall than the western coast.
Options:
A.Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A
B.Both A and R are true but R is NOT the correct explanation of A
C.A is true but R is false
D.A is false but R is true
Answer: Option C
: C

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Question 1. The correct sequence of the eastward flowing rivers of the peninsular India from north to south is
  1.    Subarnarekha, Mahanadi, Godavari, Krishna, Pennar, Cauvery and Vaigai
  2.    Subarnarekha, Mahanadi, Krishna, Godavari, Cauvery, Vaigai and Pennar
  3.    Mahanadi, Subarnarekha, Godavari, Krishna, Cauvery, Pennar and Vaigai
  4.    Mahanadi, Subarnarekha, Krishna, Godavari, Cauveri, Vaigai and Pennar
Answer: Option A
: A

Question 2. With reference to Indian agriculture, which one of the following statements is correct?
  1.    About 90 percent of the area under pulses in India is rainfed
  2.    The share of pulses in the gross cropped area at the national level has doubled in the last two decades
  3.    India accounts for about 15 percent of the total area under rice in the world
  4.    Rice occupies about 34 percent of the gross cropped area of India
Answer: Option A
: A

Question 3. The thermal power plant of Bokaro is located in
  1.    Bihar
  2.    Chattisgarh
  3.    Jharkhand
  4.    Orissa
Answer: Option C
: C

Question 4. HINDALCO, an aluminium factory located at Renukut owes its site basically to
  1.    proximity of raw materials
  2.    abudant supply of power
  3.    efficient transport network
  4.    proximity to the market
Answer: Option B
: B

Question 5. Match List I with List II and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists :


List I (Mangrove)                            List II (State)


Achra Ratnagiri                              1. Karnataka


Coondapur                                    2. Kerala


Pichavaram                                    3. Andhra Pradesh


Vembanad                                     4. Maharashtra


                                                      5. Tamil Nadu
  1.    2       1     5     4
  2.    4      5      3     2
  3.    2      5      3      4
  4.    4      1      5    2
Answer: Option D
: D

Question 6. India's population growth during the 20th century can be classified into four distinct phases. Match List I with List II and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists:


List I (Period)                    List II (Phase)


A.1901-1921                       1 Steady growth


B.1921-1951                       2 Rapid high growth


C.1951-1981                       3 Stagnant growth


D.1981-2001                      4 High growth with definite signs of slowdown
  1.    3       1      4     2
  2.    1       3      2      4
  3.    3       1      2      4
  4.    1       3     4     2
Answer: Option C
: C


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