Answer is Option C. -> Vadodara (IOC) Answer: (c)The Gujarat Refinery is an oil refinery located at Koyali (near Vadodara) in Gujarat, Western India. It is the largest refinery owned by Indian Oil Corporation.
Answer is Option C. -> Japan Answer: (c)
India has one of the largest iron ore reserves in the world. According to the available information, India’s iron ore reserves is around 22,000 million tonnes which will be sufficient for the next 150 years at the current rate of production of iron ore in the country.
India is one of the world’s biggest exporters of iron ore, with much of its product bought by China, which has the world’s largest steel industry. Japan has also been a traditional importer of Indian iron ore.
Recently, India’s exports of iron ore to Japan have been shrinking.
Question 3. Anushakti Vidyut Nigam Limited is a joint venture of the Nuclear Power Corporation of India and
Answer is Option C. -> Karnataka Answer: (c)
India is the second-largest producer of silk (after China) in the world and has the distinction of manufacturing four varieties namely, mulberry, eri, tasar and muga silks.
Karnataka accounts for 55.65 per cent of the silk yarn production of the country followed by Madhya Pradesh (40.48%), Tamil Nadu (2.42%) and Punjab (1.45%).
Question 6. Which one of the following does not have a heavy water plant?
Answer is Option B. -> Coal Answer: (b)
India has the 4th largest coal reserves in the world. Indian mineral industry has contributed significantly to make the nation self-sufficient in coal.
To meet the demands of thermal, cement and other users, the production trends in coal and lignite sectors have shown a remarkable increasing trend.
Question 8. Match list I with list II and find out the correct answer from the code below the Lists.
Answer is Option B. -> 3 4 2 1 Answer: (b)
Banarasi saris are saris made in Varanasi, a city which is also called "Benares." These saris are historically considered to be among the finest saris in India and are known for their gold and silver brocade or zari, fine silk and opulent embroidery, and is highly sought after.
Chikan is a traditional embroidery style from Lucknow, India. Literally translated, the word means embroidery. Believed to have been introduced by Nur Jahan, Mughal Emperor Jahangir’s wife, it is one of Lucknow’s most famous textile decoration styles.
Gorakhpur is known for its red terracotta and exquisite clay figures of animals.
Moradabad is renowned for brass work and has carved a niche for itself in the handicraft industry throughout the world. The modern, attractive, and artistic brassware, jewellery and trophies made by skilled artisans are the main crafts.
Question 9. Where is Indian Horticulture University located?