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500+Most important MCQ on Geography for WBCS Mains : Part 20 (in Bengali)
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Part :20-This lesson we will cover some question related to Industrial Geography with details analysis. This lesson is specially designed for WBCS Mains & other competitive examinations (in Bengali)

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China's share of global crude steel production increased from 50.3% in 2017 to 51.3% in 2018. India's crude steel production for 2018 was 106.5 Mt, up by 4.9% on 2017, meaning India has replaced Japan as the world's second largest steel producing country.
  1. 500 + Most Important MCQs Geography for WBCS mains Part 20 Presented By Mouli Roy.


  2. 41. The ideal location of sugar mill is near the sugarcane producing areas because A. The government policies are favourable B. The basic raw material of it is heavy, bulky, perishable and highly weight losing commodity C. Availability of transport D. Establishment of industries is less expensive


  3. 41. The ideal location of sugar mill is near the sugarcane producing areas because A. The government policies are favourable 0 B. The basic raw material of it is heavy, bulky, perishable and highly weight losing commodity C. Availability of transport D. Establishment of industries is less expensive


  4. 42. Iron and Steel industry requires Iron ore, coking coal and limestone in which of the following proportions? A. 2: 3: I B. 4:2: I c. 1:2:3 D. 2:3:4 9


  5. 42. Iron and Steel industry requires Iron ore, coking coal and limestone in which of the following proportions? A. 2: 3: I B. 4: 2: l c. 1:2:3 D. 2:3:4 9 2


  6. 43. The per capita consumption of steel in India is: A. 50 kg per year B. 40 kg per year C. 32 kg per year D. 20 kg per year


  7. 43. The per capita consumption of steel in India is: A. 50 kg per year B. 40 kg per year C. 32 kg per year D. 20 kg per year


  8. 44. Largest producer of sugar in the world is: A. Egypt B. Indonesia C. Brazil D. Thailand


  9. 44. Largest producer of sugar in the world is: A. Egypt B. Indonesia C. Brazil D. Thailand


  10. 45. Which of the following is not a sugar producing state? A. Uttar Pradesh B. Karnataka C. Andhra Pradesh D. Assam


  11. 45. Which of the following is not a sugar producing state? A. Uttar Pradesh B. Karnataka C. Andhra Pradesh D. Assam


  12. 46. Which rank does India hold in terms of crude steel production in the world? A. First B. Second C. Seventh D. Ninth


  13. 47. Which one of the following agencies, market steel for the public sector plants? A. HAIL B. SAIL C. TATA Steel D. MNCC


  14. 48. Most of the sugar industries are ideally suited to: A. Private sector B. Joint sector C. Cooperative sector D. Public sector


  15. 50. Which among the following mineral is used to harden the steel? A. Copper B. Manganese c. Aluminum D. Zinc


  16. 50. Which among the following mineral is used to harden the steel? A. Copper 0 B. Manganese C. Aluminum D. Zinc


  17. 51. Which country has the largest installed capacity of spindles in the world, next to China A. Egypt B. Indonesia C. India D. Thailand


  18. 52. The first Jute mill was set up in: A. Kolkata B. Bangalore C. Hyderabad D. Mumbai


  19. 52. The first Jute mill was set up in: A. Kolkata B. Bangalore C. Hyderabad D. Mumbai


  20. 53. In which one of the following years, India formulated the National Jute Policy with the objective of increasing productivity, improving quality, ensuring good prices to the jute farmers and enhancing the yield per hectare? A. 2002 B. 2003 C. 2004 D. 2005


  21. 54. Most of the jute mills are located along the banks of Hugli River because A. Proximity of the jute producing areas lying mainly in the Basin of Hugli River B. Inexpensive water transport available c. Abundance of fresh-water for producing raw jute D. All of the above


  22. 55. Golden fiber refers to: A. Silk B. Wool C. Jute D. Cotton


  23. 55. Golden fiber refers to: A. Silk B. Wool c. Jute D. Cotton


  24. 56. Which position does India hold in terms of Sugar production? A. First B. Fifth C. Second D. Third


  25. 57. Challenges faced by the industry include stiff competition in the international market from: A. synthetic substitutes B. Recurring cost C. Lack of competition D. Baggase


  26. 57. Challenges faced by the industry include stiff competition in the international market from: A. synthetic substitutes B. Recurring cost C. Lack of competition D. Baggase


  27. 60. Leading centre of woolen textile industry in Punjab: A. Kanpur B. Ludhiana C. Murshidabad D. Panipat


  28. 60. Leading centre of woolen textile industry in Punjab: A. Kanpur B. Ludhiana 0 C. Murshidabad D. Panipat


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