Geographical Features of Odisha MCQ

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Geographical Features of Odisha MCQ | Odisha lies on the Eastern coast of India with the waters of the Bay of Bengal along its Eastern and South-Eastern boundaries. The region of modern Odisha today is one of the most popular destinations for the tourists. It is the ninth largest state by area and the eleventh largest by population.

1. Odisha is located in which part of India?

(a) Northern Plain

(b) Southern Peninsula

(c) Eastern Coast

(d) Western Coast

2. The latitudinal extension of Odisha is from

(a) 17°49’N to 22°34’N

(b) 27°49’N to 32°34’N

(c) 7°49’N to 2°34’N

(d) 18°49’N to 22°34’N

3. The longitudinal extension of Odisha is from

(a) 17°49’E to 22°34’E

(b) 81°27’E to 87°29’E

(c) 91°27’E to 77°29’E

(d) 82°27’E to 97°29’E

4. The total geographical area of Odisha extends over

(a) 1,55,707 sq km

(b) 1,65,700 sq km

(c) 1,45,707 sq km

(d) None of the above

5. The length of the Odisha coast is about

(a) 450 km

(b) 550 km

(c) 650 km

(d) None of these

6. Which state bounds on the South of Odisha?

(a) Maharashtra

(b) Madhya Pradesh

(c) Andhra Pradesh

(d) Karnataka

7. Which state bounds Odisha on the West?

(a) Maharashtra

(b) Chhattisgarh

(c) Andhra Pradesh

(d) Karnataka

8. The coastal plains of Odisha stretch on the Eastern Coast of India from which river in the North-East?

(a) The Brahmani

(b) The Budhabalanga

(c) The Subarnarekha

(d) The Vamsadhara

9. Which area of Odisha is called the ‘Hexadeltaic region’ or the ‘Gift of Six Rivers’?

(a) Coastal Plains

(b) Middle Mountainous and Highlands Region

(c) Central Plateaus

(d) Western Rolling Uplands

10. Rivers which form the Hexadeltaic region of the coastal plains of Odisha are Subarnarekha, Budhabalanga, Baitarani, Brahmani, Rushikulya and

(a) Chilika

(b) Khurda

(c) Phulbani

(d) Mahanadi

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11. The Middle Coastal Plains comprise the compound deltas of the

(a) Baitarani, Brahmani and Mahanadi rivers

(b) Subarnarekha and the Budhabalanga rivers

(c) Rushikulya and Mahanadi rivers

(d) None of the above

12. The Mahanadi delta is in which of the following plains?

(a) Middle

(b) Northern

(c) Southern

(d) Eastern

13. The South Coastal Plains comprises which of the following plains?

(a) Baitarani Plain

(b) Laccustrine Plain

(c) Pan Plain

(d) None of the above

14. Which zone of the Rushikulya Plains is known as the Little Sunderbans?

(a) Arable tract

(b) Sub-montane tract

(c) Salt tract

(d) None of the above

15. The sub-montane tract to the West is termed as the zone of

(a) vegetation

(b) revelation

(c) transition

(d) illusion

16. Which region among the physiographic regions of Odisha is marked by a number of watersheds?

(a) Coastal Plains

(b) Rolling Uplands

(c) Middle Mountainous and the Highlands Region

(d) Major Flood Plains

17. Which of the following rivers has cut deep and narrow valleys in the middle mountainous and highlands region of Odisha?

(a) Baitarani

(b) Brahmani

(c) Mahanadi

(d) All of the above

18. Which mountains are of volcanic origin in Odisha?

(a) Simlipal mountain

(b) Meghasani mountain

(c) Gandhamardhan

(d) Both (a) and (b)

19. Which part of the Middle Mountainous region of Odisha is a poly-cyclic region?

(a) Simplipal and Meghasani Mountains

(b) Mankarnacha-Malayagiri and Gandhamardhan Mountains

(c) Watershed between the Brahmani and the Mahanadi

(d) Potangi and Chandragiri Mountain Ranges

20. Which ranges are highest in Odisha?

(a) Common Interfluves of the Mahanadi, the Rushikulya and Vamsadhara

(b) Simlipal and Meghasani Mountains

(c) Mankarnacha-Malayagiri and Gandhamardan Mountains

(d) Potangi and Chandragiri Mountain Ranges

21. The highest peak of Odisha is

(a) Deomali peak

(b) Balia Pahar

(c) Badam Pahar

(d) Golikonda

22. Deomali peak lies in which district of Odisha?

(a) Gajapati

(b) Rayagada

(c) Koraput

(d) Phulbani

23. How many central plateaus are there in Odisha?

(a) 2

(b) 3

(c) 4

(d) 5

24. Which among the following landforms has the least elevation?

(a) Simlipal mountains

(b) Panposh-Keonjhar-Pallahara Plateau

(c) Western rolling uplands

(d) Baitarani and Brahmani interfluves

25. Which physiographic part of Odisha is most suited for agricultural activities?

(a) Coastal plains in South

(b) Sub montane tract of Rishikulya plains

(c) Malkangiri uplands of Sabari basin

(d) Flood plains of Mahanadi

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