Quiz: How Much You Know About The Climate Of India?

Questions : 14 | Total Attempts: 452 | Recent Updated: 01-Sep-2020
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The climate of India is said to be the best climate of all countries, India's climate can be broadly described as tropical monsoon type. Although there are variations in climatic conditions in the country itself, traditionally, India has six seasons, each of which is for two months. The climate of India is mainly influenced by two seasonal winds - North-East Monsoon and South-West Monsoon. The north-eastern monsoon, commonly known as the winter monsoon. While the southwest monsoon, known as the summer monsoon, the term "monsoon" is derived from the Arabic word 'Mausam' which means a seasonal reversal in the wind direction. So let's start this quiz and know interesting facts about the climate of India.

Questions Excerpt


1. Which instrument is used to measure the atmospheric pressure?

A. Barometer

B. Thermometer

C. Hygrometer

D. None of these

2. The difference between the maximum and minimum temperature of the day is called ....

A. Terrestrial radiation

B. Diurnal range of temperature

C. Annual range of temperature

D. None of these

3. The state of the atmosphere over an area at any point in time is known as the ....

A. Weather

B. Climate

C. Manson

D. All of above

4. A broad trough of low pressure in equatorial latitudes is also known as the .............

A. ITCZ

B. Coriolis force

C. Jet stream

D. Centripetal force

5. The state of normal rainfall increasing suddenly and continuing constantly for several days is called ...

A. Break

B. Burst

C. Shower

D. Kaal baishakhi

6. In which of the following places have cooler climate even during summers?

A. Ladakh

B. Mussoorie

C. Karnataka

D. None of these

7. In which of the following months approximately monsoon arrives in India?

A. Early June

B. Early May

C. Early July

D. Early August

8. Which of the following is an element of weather and climate?

A. Ocean

B. Island

C. Rain

D. Temperature

9. Which of the following places of India rain in the form of snowfall?

A. Shillong

B. Drass

C. Chandigarh

D. Haridwar

10. Which of the following places in India is the highest summer temperature experience?

A. Leh

B. Pahalgam

C. Jaisalmer

D. Thiruvananthapuram

11. Which of the following state of India is the rainiest station?

A. Mumbai

B. Chennai

C. Shillong

D. Kolkata

12. Which of the following months, most parts of India receive rainfall?

A. March to May

B. June to September

C. October to November

D. December to February

13. How many major climates are found in India?

A. Ten

B. Six

C. Five

D. Seven

14. Which of the following states is the hottest place in India?

A. Rajasthan

B. Andhra Pradesh

C. Arunachal Pradesh

D. All of above


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