Key ports and roadways - GK MCQ For RRB Group D Exams 2022

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1. The natural seaport of India from where spices, tea, coffee, sugar, and coconut oil are mainly exported is?

A. Kandla
B. Chennai
C. Vishakhapatnam
D. Cochin

Ans: D

2. Which of the following ports in India is the chief exporter of jute?

A. Chennai
B. Mumbai
C. Kolkata
D. Mormagoa

Ans: C

3. Which of the following ports in India handles the most significant traffic of the country?

A. Mumbai
B. Chennai
C. Kolkata
D. Kandla

Ans: A

4. Which two of the following extreme locations are connected by the east-west corridor?

A. Mumbai and Nagpur
B. Silchar and Porbandar
C. Mumbai and Kolkata
D. Nagpur and Siligudi

Ans: B

5. Construction and maintenance of national highways is looked after by?

A. City Corporation
B. Public Works Department
C. State government
D. Central government

Ans: D

6. Which of the following means of communication was recently done away with?

A. Telegraph
B. Land telephone
C. Internet
D. Post

Ans: A

7. During the British rule, the roads were primarily built for the purpose of

A. Defence
B. Tourism
C. Economic development
D. Administration

Ans: A

8. The roads linking State capitals, ports, and industrial centers are called?

A. State highways
B. Inter-State highways
C. National highways
D. Corridor highways

Ans: C

9. The Karakoram highway connects which of the following two countries?

A. India-Nepal
B. China-India
C. China-Pakistan
D. India-Bangladesh

Ans: C

10. What is necessary for the development of villages and agriculture?

A. Roadways
B. Waterways
C. Railways
D. None of these

Ans: A

11. The longest national highway in India links

A. New Delhi and Kanyakumari
B. Varanasi and Guwahati
C. Mumbai and Srinagar
D. Varanasi and Kanyakumari

Ans: D

12. The headquarters of Indian Railways is:

A. Mumbai
B. Delhi
C. Nagpur
D. Trichy

Ans: A

13. The four- or six-lane highways crossing the country from east to west and north to south are called

A. National Corridor Project
B. Golden Quadrilateral
C. National Highways
D. Expressways

Ans: A

14. Pipelines are used to carry

A. Coal
B. Oil
C. Wood
D. None of these

Ans: B

15. Which is not a means of communication?

A. Telephone
B. Books
C. Table
D. None of these

Ans: C

16. Which among the following is a major port?

A. Puducherry
B. Chennai
C. Cuddalore
D. None of these

Ans: B

17. Grand Trunk Road goes from

A. Kolkata to Jaipur
B. Kolkata to Lahore
C. Kolkata to Peshawar
D. Kolkata to Mumbai

Ans: C

18. Gas transportation pipeline which passes through Kota in Rajasthan is?

A. Guwahati-Barauni-Allahabad-Kanpur
B. Barauni-Rajbandh-Haldia
C. Hazira-Vijaipur-Jagdishpur
D. Salaya-Viramgam-Mathura-Delhi

Ans: C
The Karakoram highway connects the countries China and Pakistan and it has a strategic importance