300+ TOP Assam Geography MCQs and Answers EXAM Quiz

Assam Geography Multiple Choice Questions

1. What percentage of total area of Assam is under forest:
A. 21 %
B. 34 %
C. 42 %
D. 27 %

2. In which year, Assamese was adopted as the official language of Assam:
A. 1985
B. 1971
C. 1947
D. 1960

3. In which year Tocklai Tea Research Institute was established:
A. 1903
B. 1911
C. 1924
D. 1941

4. In India, the Brahmaputra river is almost ___ km long:
A. 900 km
B. 1000 km
C. 1500 km
D. 2100 km

5. Which of the following North Eastern state shares the shortest boundary with Assam:
A. Nagaland
B. Mizoram
C. Tripura
D. Manipur

6. The Kaziranga National park is located in which of the following ecozones:
A. Indoburmese ecozone
B. Indomalaya ecozone
C. IndoBangla ecozone
D. Brahmaputra ecozone

7. Which of the following is associated with Bordoichila in Assam:
A. Monsoon season
B. Pre-monsoon season
C. Retreating monsoon season
D. Winter season

8. Jatinga, famous for mass suicide of migratory birds is located in which the following district:
A. Golaghat
B. Karbi Anglong
C. Cachar
D. Dima Hasao

9. In which year the Tea Auction Centre in Guwahati was established:
A. 1970
B. 1971
C. 1972
D. 1973

10. Amchang Wildlife Sanctuary is located in which of the following districts in Assam:
A. Kamrup (M.
B. Darrang
C. Barpeta
D. Sonitpur

11. Which district of Assam has the highest number of Tea gardens:
A. Sonitpur
B. Sivasagar
C. Darang
D. Dibrugarh

12. The average height of Assam from sea level is:
A. 69.5 m
B. 92.5 m
C. 56.6 m
D. 79.5 m

13. ____is the oldest refinery of India:
A. Digboi refinery
B. Barauni refinery
C. Noonmati refinery
D. Numaligarh refinery

14. Which of the following districts of Assam has the lowest literacy rate:
A. Dima Hasao
B. Dhubri
C. Karbi Anglong
D. Hailakandi

15. In which of the following year Tea was discovered in Assam:
A. 1823
B. 1824
C. 1825
D. 1826

16. Which of the following districts in Assam has the highest population:
A. Dhubri
B. Kamrup
C. Nagaon
D. Barpeta

17. Which of the following area in Assam is known for Feral Horses:
A. Nameri National Park
B. Garampani Wildlife Sanctuary
C. Dibru Saikhowd National Park
D. None of the above

18. As per the data of 2011 population census, the literacy rate in Assam is approximately:
A. 68%
B. 72%
C. 82%
D. 85%

19. When did Transport Department of Assam was established:
A. 1935
B. 1948
C. 1958
D. 1967

Q20. Assam share international border with which of the following countries:
A. Myanmar, Bhutan and Bangladesh
B. Bhutan and Bangladesh
C. China, Myanmar, Bhutan and Bangladesh
D. Myanmar and Bangladesh

21. Who is famously known as the “Forest Man of India”
A. Mike Pandey
B. Sunderlal Bahuguna
C. Jadav Payeng
D. Kallen Pakkudan

22. Which of the following protected areas in Assam is known for Golden Langur:
A. Nameri National Park
B. Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary
C. Garampani Wildlife Sanctuary
D. Chakrasila Wildlife Sanctuary

23. When did B.T.A.D was established:
A. 30 November, 2004
B. 10 February, 2003
C. 2 January, 2003
D. 20 June, 2005

24. The total number of seats in the legislative council of Assam is___
A. 13
B. 33
C. 80
D. 126

25. Assam is not a traditional growing area of which of the following crop:
A. Tobacco
B. Rubber
C. Maize
D. Paddy

26. Which of the following is the largest Coalfield in Assam:
A. Dilli Jaypore
B. Mikir Hills
C. Singrimari Hills
D. Makum

27. How much land of assam has been occupied by forests:
A. 17.2%
B. 20.6%
C. 22.4%
D. 34.21%

28. Which of is the largest wetland in Assam:
A. Sonbill Lake
B. Kumri Beel Lake
C. Cahndubi Lake
D. Deepor Beel

29. In which year Kaziranga National Park became a Tiger reserve:
A. 2006
B. 2007
C. 2008
D. 2009

30. In which of the following year Coal was discovered in Assam:
A. 1825
B. 1867
C. 1889
D. 1901

31. What is the highest peak of Karbi hill:
A. Singhason
B. Laikei peak
C. Danbukosu peak
D. Mahadev

32. Assam’s newest district Majuli is carved out of which of district:
A. Dibrugarh
B. Tezpur
C. Jorhat
D. None of these

33. Which of the following is not among the major birds found in Assam:
A. White-winged Wood Duck
B. Blue-throated Barbet
C. Ring-tailed Fishing Eagle
D. White Peafowl

34. Assam has a common boundary with how many Indian states:
A. 5 states
B. 7 states
C. 9 states
D. 4 states

35. Which town is also known as the Manchester of Assam:
A. Digboi
B. Nagaon
C. Jorhat
D. Sualkuchi

36. The Gai, a tributary to the Brahmaputra is situated between:
A. Subansiri and Bharali
B. Dibang and Dihang
C. Dihang and Subansiri
D. Bharali and Dibang

37. Which National Park in Assam is one of the last strongholds for the wild water buffalo:
A. Manas National Park
B. Kaziranga National Park
C. Dibru-Saikhowa National Park
D. Orang National Park

38. When did Kaziranga inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage site:
A. 1988
B. 1991
C. 1981
D. 1985

39. The approximate share of Assam in India’s annual production of Tea is:
A. 62%
B. 55%
C. 50%
D. 43%

40. Manas National Park falls in:
A. Baksa & Barpeta District
B. Chirang & Baksa District
C. Chirang & Bongaigaon District
D. Baksa & Bongaigaon District

41. Which of the following river doesn’t originate in the hills of Arunachal:
A. Dihing River
B. Kameng River
C. Dibang River
D. Kolong river

42. Which one is the highest peak in Assam:
A. Nilachal Peak
B. Laike Peak
C. Patkai Peak
D. Kanduli Peak

43. Which forest is single-handedly planted by Jadav Payeng:
A. Barnadi forest
B. Molai forest
C. Barail forest
D. Dihing forest

44. In which year Crude Oil was drilled in Assam for the first time:
A. 1889
B. 1899
C. 1999
D. None of the above

45. Oak Tasar a wild silkworm is found in which of the following district in Assam:
A. Dima Hasao
B. Kokrajhar
C. Barpeta
D. Sonitpur

46. The origin of Barak river lies in:
A. Barail Range
B. Karbi Plateau
C. Jaintia Hills
D. Lushai Hills

47. Which of the following tree is predominant in the forests of Assam:
A. Bamboo
B. Sal
C. Hollong
D. Teak

48. Which two places have been connected by Bhupen Hazarika Bridge:
A. Sadiya–Bukaghat
B. Sadiya–Krisnapur
C. Dhola–Sadiya
D. None of the Above

49. The proposed Tipaimukh Dam is to be constructed over which river:
A. Brahmaputra River
B. Surma River
C. Dibang River
D. Barak River

50. The __ Assam districts are major reserves of oil and gas:
A. Lower
B. Middle
C. Upper
D None of the above

51. Which schedule of Indian constitution deals with administration of tribal areas in Assam:
A. Fourth
B. Fifth
C. Sixth
D. Seventh

52. Which of the following river is known as Kameng in Arunachal Pradesh:
A. Jia Dhal
B. Subansiri
C. Jaji
D. Jia Bharali

53. Which of the following districts of Assam does not come under the jurisdiction of BTC:
A. Bongaigaon
B. Udalguri
C. Chirang
D. Kokrajhar

54. Which of the following districts of Assam does not have any international boundary with Bangladesh:
A. Karimgarj
B. Dhubri
C. Hailakandi
D. Cachar

55. The tropical rainforests in Assam is __
A. Buriburi rainforest
B. Bogibeel rainforest
C. Dehing Patkai rainforest
D. None of the above

56. The major reserves of limestone are in _ and _ districts:
A. Dima Hasao and Karbi Anglong
B. Hojai and Barpeta
C. Nagaon and Morigaon
D. Kukrajhar and Golaghat

57. Which of the following geographical lines passes through the state of Assam:
A. Tropic of cancer
B. Equator
C. Tropic of Capricorn
D. None of the above

58. Which of the following North Eastern state shares the longest boundary with Assam:
A. Mizoram
B. Meghalaya
C. Nagaland
D. None of the above

59. Which of the following district of Assam does not have International boundary with Bangladesh:
A. Dhubri
B. Karimganj
C. Cachar
D. Hilakandi

60. Which of the following state is not situated to the East of Assam:
A. Mizoram
B. Nagaland
C. Manipur
D. Arunachal Pradesh

61. The total number of administrative districts in Assam is:
A. 23
B. 27
C. 32
D. 34

62. Assam falls in which climate region:
A. Monsoon Climate
B. Equatorial Climate
C. Temperate Climate
D. Polar Climate

63. Which National Park is the largest in Assam:
A. Kaziranga
B. Manas
C. Dibru Saikhowa
D. Nameri

64. Which of the following district of Assam has the highest sex ratio:
A. Jorhat
B. Majuli
C. Barpeta
D. Baksa

65. Which river flows through the northern part of the Kaziranga National Park:
A. Jia Bharali
B. Jia Dhanshiri
C. Buroi
D. Brahmaputra

66. In which year the Project Tiger in Manas National Park was started?
A. 1972
B. 1973
C. 1975
D. 1976

67. Pink Granite has been discovered in which hill of Goalpara district?
A. Rakshashini Pahar
B. Sri Surya Pahar
C. Ajagar Hills
D. All of the above

68. How many oil refineries are there in Assam:
A. Two
B. Three
C. Four
D. Five

69. Which department is engaged in minerals exploration in the state of Assam:
A. Survey of India
B. Directorate of Geology & Mining
C. Economic & Statistics
D. All of the above

70. Physiography of Assam can be divided into how many types:
A. Two
B. Three
C. Four
D. Five

71. In which year oil was first drilled in Assam:
A. 1850
B. 1857
C. 1860
D. 1867

72. The Chandubi lake was formed in which year due to earthquake:
A. 12th June 1897
B. 9th September 1923
C. 3rd July 1930
D. 12th June 1997

73. Which relief feature protects Assam from cold polar winds in Winter:
A. Purvanchal
B. Bhutan Himalaya
C. Himalayas
D. Arunachal Pradesh

74. What is the other name of Bordoichila or Pre-Monsoon:
A. Tea Shower
B. Mango Shower
C. Paddy Shower
D. All of the Above

75. Which part of the Assam receives very little rainfall:
A. Lumding
B. Tinsukia
C. Morigaon
D. All of the Above

76. Which river seperates Karbi Plateau with Naga Hills:
A. Kapili
B. Barak
C. Dhanshiri
D. Daiyang

77. Which is the largest south bank tributary of Brahmaputra:
A. Dikhow
B. Jhanji
C. Kapili
D. Dhanshiri

78. The river Brahmaputra forms which drainage pattern during winter:
A. Braided
B. Meandering
C. Rectangular
D. All of the Above

79. What is the total area of Barak Valley:
A. 6220 KM Square
B. 6924 KM Square
C. 6500 KM Square
D. 6962 KM Square

80. What is the name of the first cement factory in Assam?
A. Cement Corporation of India, Bokajan

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