Indian Climate Related Questions for UPSSSC PET Exam : The Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission (UPSSSC) has started the process of conducting Preliminary Qualifying Test (PET) for Group ‘C’ recruitment. Under which this examination was to be conducted in September but due to some reason now its examination will be conducted in the month of October. Let us tell you that only after qualifying this exam, candidates can appear in Group ‘C’ exam.

So today, through this article, we have brought very important questions based on Indian climate, by studying which you can make your preparation stronger and get success in the examination.

Indian Climate Related Questions for UPSSSC PET Exam
Indian Climate Related Questions for UPSSSC PET Exam

Indian Climate Related Questions for UPSSSC PET Exam

Question. In which part of India the highest daily temperature is found?

  • east coast
  • In the interior areas of Chhattisgarh plain
  • in Andaman Islands
  • In the desert areas of Rajasthan

Answer: 4

Question. What are the normal monsoon months in Tamil Nadu?

  • March April
  • June July
  • September October
  • November-December

Answer: 4

Question. Indian monsoon is indicated by seasonal displacement due to?

  • differential heating of land and sea
  • cold air of central asia
  • extreme uniformity of temperature
  • none of the above

Answer 1

Question. Amritsar and Shimla are located almost on the same latitude, but the reason for the difference in their climate is-

  • difference in their height
  • snowfall in shimla
  • their distance from the sea
  • pollution in amritsar

Answer 1

Question. Which one of the following types of climate is found spread in the state of Chhattisgarh?

  • humid southeast
  • sub-littoral
  • micro transferable
  • sub-continental

Answer 1

Question. The word ‘monsoon’ was derived from-

  • from arabic
  • from Hindi language
  • from anglo
  • from spanish

Answer 1

Question. In which state of India does the monsoon arrive first?

Answer: 4

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Question. The general direction of flow of summer monsoon in India is-

  • south to north
  • southwest to southeast
  • southeast to southwest
  • South-West to North-East

Answer: 4

Question. High temperature and low pressure in the summer season on the Indian subcontinent, draws air from the Indian Ocean, due to which it flows-

  • southeast monsoon
  • trade winds
  • southwest monsoon
  • westerly winds

Answer: 3

Question. Which one of the following is the driest place?

  • Mumbai
  • Delhi
  • Bangalore
  • Leh

Answer: 4

Question. The January isotherm considered as the basis for dividing India into tropics and sub-tropics is,

Answer: 2

Question. Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ). A low pressure belt is located at-

  • between the belt of trade and westerly winds
  • between the belt of westerly and polar winds
  • near the poles
  • At the equator

Answer: 4

Question. India’s highest rainfall is mainly received by-

  • from the north-east monsoon
  • from southwest monsoon
  • back from monsoon
  • by conductive rain

Answer: 2

Question. The state that receives maximum rainfall from the North-East monsoon is-

  • Assam
  • Tamil Nadu
  • West Bengal
  • Odisha

Answer: 2

Question. Which of the following states has the highest average annual rainfall?

Answer: 2

Question. Cherrapunji is located at-

  • in the state of Assam
  • in the state of Manipur
  • in the state of Meghalaya
  • in the state of Mizoram

Answer : ?

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