nda general knowledge geography Questions | NDA geography questions

NDA & NA (II) GAT Exam contains general awareness Geography Questions which student need to answer . For students preparing for NDA we have provided NDA geography questions with answer for practicing and understanding the type of questions asked in the NDA general ability test .

nda general knowledge geography Questions | NDA geography questions
nda general knowledge geography Questions | NDA geography questions

Before starting to practice the geography nda question , aspirant must build a basic concept as per the NDA geography syllabus . The NDA geography question are asked from the geography of class -6 to class -12 level so student who have studied well in their academics will face no issue in solving the question . You can also Practice other subject like NDA biology questions , chemistry question for NDA .

NDA geography question with answers :

Important Geography questions for NDA 2022 in English here. Below are 30 NDA geography objective question as per the latest NDA general ability test syllabus which you can attempt to strong your preparation of NDA .

Instruction to attempt Important NDA geography questions :

  • Take a copy or page to write the option you think is correct .
  • Be honest with yourself and at last check the answers of the NDA geography question at the end of the MCQ and calculate you marks . Also don’t forget to comment your marks below .
  1. The Pole star is a part of
    (a) orion (b) ursa major
    (c) ursa minor (d) None of these
  2. Shooting stars are called
    (a) comet (b) asteroids
    (c) meteors (d) None of these
  3. Which is the farthest heavenly body visible to the naked eyes?
    (a) Andromeda galaxy
    (b) Pleides constellation
    (c) Pluto
    (d) Sirius star
  4. Scorpio constellation is also known as
    (a) Vrishchika (b) Vyadha
    (c) Matsaya (d) None of these
  5. Which constellation looks like a cluster of twinkling gems in night sky?
    (a) Kruttika (Pleides)
    (b) Scorpio (Vrishchika)
    (c) Orion (Mirga)
    (d) Ursa Minor (Dhurva Matsaya)
  1. Which one of the following is the correct sequence of atmospheric layers?
    (a) Tropopause, Troposphere, lonosphere, Stratosphere
    (b) Troposphere, Tropopause, Stratosphere, lonosphere
    (c) Stratosphere, lonosphere, Tropopause, Troposphere
    (d) Ionosphere, Troposphere, Stratosphere, Tropopause
  2. Lapse rate is related to the decrease of air
    (a) temperature of 6.5°C at every 1000 m.
    (b) humidity with an ascent of 450 feet
    (c) wind velocity with an ascent of 400 feet
    (d) pressure with an ascent of 600 feet
  1. Which one of the graphs is used for measuring relative humidity in the air?
    (a) Hydrograph (b) Barograph
    (c) Hygrograph (d) Seismograph
  1. Which is not correct regarding Asteroids?
    (a) They are minor planets made of rock
    (b) They reveal a lot about the origin of universe
    (c) Ceres is the largest asteroid
    (d) They rotate in a belt between the orbits of the Earth and the Jupiter
  2. Why do we see only one side of the moon?
    (a) The Moon rotates on its axis in 24 hours
    (b) The Moon rotates in exactly the same time as it takes to complete one revolution of The Earth
    (c) The Moon’s other side always remains dark
    (d) None of the above
  3. Which one of the following is the astronomical unit of distance which is equal to 3.26 light years?
    (a) Parsec
    (b) Splite
    (c) Kilometre
    (d) None of the above
  4. Light year means
    (a) distance travelled by light in one year
    (b) a measurement of year
    (c) the distance between the Earth and the Sun
    (d) None of the above
  1. Trade winds blow in the Northern Hemisphere from
    (a) North-East to South-East
    (b) North-East to South-West
    (c) South-East to North
    (d) None of the above
  1. Select the incorrect statement?
    (a) When the Sun, Moon and the Earth are in a straight line, in that order we have solar eclipse.
    (b) Solar eclipse will take place only on a full Moon day.
    (c) Solar eclipse will take place on a new Moon day.
    (d) None of the above
  1. Tropical cyclone of Philippines is termed as
    (a) Typhoon (b) Willy-willies
    (c) Hurricane (d) Baguio
  1. Which of the following statements is incorrect regarding the movement of Sun?
    (a) The Sun is over head on the Tropic of Cancer on 21st June.
    (b) The Sun is overhead on the Tropic of Capricorn on 22nd December.
    (c) When the Sun starts its movement towards the Northern hemisphere, people in India celebrate Uttrayan, Sankranti, Baisakhi.
    (d) Spring Equinox falls on 23rd September.
  2. What causes change in seasons?
    (a) Revolution of the Earth and tilt of Earth’s axis
    (b) Tilt of Earth’s axis alone
    (c) Revolution of the Earth alone
    (d) Neither the revolution nor the tilt
  3. Pole star is always seen at one point in the sky whereas other stars are not, this is because
    (a) pole star lies in the axis of spin of the Earth
    (b) pole star lies on the North pole of the Earth
    (c) it indicates North pole
    (d) None of the above
  4. Halley’s comet appears once in a period of
    (a) 56 years
    (b) 46 years
    (c) 66 years
    (d) 76 years
  5. The evidence which proved that comets are the members of our Solar system is
    (a) the shape of their orbit
    (b) their composition
    (c) their structure
    (d) their brightness
  6. Russia has 11 time zones because
    (a) it has a huge East-West expanse.
    (b) it has very long route trains.
    (c) it has a very cold climate.
    (d) None of the above
  1. Which is the nearest planet to the Earth?
    (a) Venus (b) Mercury
    (c) Mars (d) Jupiter
  2. Which is the nearest planet to the Sun?
    (a) Venus (b) Mercury
    (c) Earth (d) Mars
  3. Which is the biggest planet of our Solar system?
    (a) Jupiter (b) Saturn
    (c) Mars (d) None of these
  4. Which planet has a unique type of ring?
    (a) Jupiter (b) Saturn
    (c) Uranus (d) Venus
  5. Which appears as ‘Greenish Star’?
    (a) Neptune (b) Saturn
    (c) Jupiter (d) Earth
  6. Which one of these planets has fastest revolution period in our Solar system?
    (a) Mercury (b) Venus
    (c) Uranus (d) Earth
  7. Which is known as Red Planet?
    (a) Mars (b) Jupiter
    (c) Saturn (d) Pluto
  8. Eighth planet of our Solar System (according to distance from the Sun) is
    (a) Saturn (b) Pluto
    (c) Neptune (d) Venus
  9. The closest star of our Solar system is
    (a) Proxima Centuri (b) Sirius
    (c) Ludo (d) None of these

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Answer key of NDA Geography questions :-

Question no.AnswerQuestion no.AnswerQuestion no.Answer
1(c)11(a)21(a)
2(c)12(a)22(a)
3(a)13(b)23(b)
4(a)14(b)24(a)
5(a)15(a)25(b)
6(b)16(d)26(a)
7(a)17(c)27(a)
8(c)18(a)28(a)
9(d)19(d)29(c)
10(b)20(b)30(a)

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