Odisha Agriculture || Odisha Gk Objective Questions PDF, Video

Odisha Agriculture || Odisha Gk Objective Questions PDF, Video

1. Agricultural sector does NOT include:
A. Animal Husbandary
B. Fisheries
C. Forestry
D. Tapestry

2. Agriculture as an item is included in which of List of the Constitution of India?
A. Union List
B. State List
C. Concurrent List
D. Supplementary List

3. Animal Disease Research Institute is situated in:
A. Ranpur (Nayagarh)
B. Brahmagiri (Puri)
C. Phulnakhara (Cuttack)
D. Chandrapur (Rayagada)

4. Which of the following districts were included in the ‘Dandakaranya Proiect’?
A. Malkanagiri & Nawarangpur
B. Nayagarh & Khurda
C. Koraput & Nayagarh
D. Kandhamal & Bolangir

5. Which type of nature vegetation presents an Oxero phylous character
in Odisha?
A. Tropical Semi-evergreen
B. Tropical Moist deciduous
C. Tropical Dry deciduous
D. Coastal Forests

6. The tribes men of Bhuinyas call their shifting cultivation as:
A. Aringa
B. Bringa
C. Sringa
D. Dringa

7. ‘Podu Gudia’ one kind of shifting cultivation in south Odisha is
known as:
A. Mongarchas
B. Bongarchas
C. Sankarchas
D. Dongarchas

8. In which district of Odisha, the shifting cultivation is known as
A. Balasore
B. Bolangir
C. Sambalpur
D. Dhenkanal

9. Shellac, the chief natural plastic substance is NOT extracted from
the tree of:
A. Paisa
C. Khair
B. Kusum
D. Sal

10. The Govt. of India setup the Dandakaranya Development Authority
(DDA) in:
A. 1968
B. 1958
C. 1948
D. 1978

11. The suitable place for the production of Potato in Odisha is:
A. Coastal bed
B. Slopping hill
C. Plateau
D. Eastern Ghats

12. The Government of Odisha has signed an agreement with the APEDA
for setting up an Agricultural Export Zone (AEZ) on:
A. Ginger and Turmeric
B. Rice and Maize
C. Chilli and Tabacco
D. Sugarcane and Groundnut

14. Shifting cultivation is known as …… in Odisha in local language.
A. Saghan
B. Podu
C. Jhumur
D. Upajogi

15. Which of the following districts of Odisha is famous for Coffee
A. Koraput
B. Kandhamal
C. Keonjhar
D. Kalahandi

16. The Central Horticulture Experiment Centre is located at:
A. Chaudwar (Cuttack)
B. Belpahar (Jharsuguda)
C. Dumduma (Bhubanewar) D. Remuna (Balasore)

17. Which is the second most important Agricultural region in Odisha?
A. The Vamsadhara Valley
B. The Rushikulya Main
C. The lower Brahmani Valley
D. The upper Mahanadi Valley

18. Brown forest soil type is mostly found in:
A. Malkanagiri
B. Phulbani
C. Dhenkanal
D. Cuttack

19. Shifting cultivation in the hilly regions of Odisha is known in different
local names. In Sambalpur it is known as:
A. Bringa
B. Dedhi
C. Dograchas
D. Podu

20. Shellac, a natural plastic substance used as a chief raw material
for bangle making in Odisha, is obtained from the species of:
A. Paisa
B. Kusum
C. Khaira
D. Lacs

21. Which of the following can generally be considered as the second
most important cash crop in Odisha in area as well as production?
A. Jute
B. Cotton
C. Sugarcane
D. Tea

22. The upper Mahanadi valley is dominated by which of the following
A. Sugarcane
B. Cereals
C. Oilseeds
D. Pulses

23. ATMAS operated in a number of districts of Odisha with regard to
agriculture are:
A. Soil Testing Laboratories
B. Project of OUT on pulses
C. Knowledge centre for farmers
D. Financial Assistance programmes

24. ATMA stands for:
A. Advanced Technology Management Agency
B. Applied Technology Model Agency
C. Agricultural Technology Management Agency
D. Agricultural Taxation Management Action

25. The National Horticultural Mission was launched by the Central
Goverment in which financial year?
A. 2002-03
B. 2003-04
C. 2004-05
D. 2005-06

26. Western Odisha Rural Livelihood Project (WORLP) is assisted by:
B. World Bank
D. Spain

27. Contract Farming in agriculture has been given official recognition
under which of the following act?
A. Odisha Agriculture Regulatory Act (ORA, 2003).
B. Odisha Agricultural Product Marketing (Amendment) Act,
(OAPM), 2006)
C. Biju Krushak Vikas Yojana
D. None of the above

28. The Agricultural Promotion and Investment Corporation of Odisha
Limited (APICOL) was established in:
A. 1992
B. 1996
C. 1986
D. 2001

29. The Central Rice Research Institute at Cuttack was established in:
A. 1976
B. 1966
C. 1956
D. 1946

30. The Odisha Agro Industries Corporation (OIC) came into being in:
A. 1986
B. 1966
C. 1974
D. 1968

31. Biju Krushak Vikash Yojana (BKVY) was launched by State
Government in:
A. 1999
B. 2001
C. 2002
D. 2005

34. OMFED Stands for:
A. Odisha Milk Farmers’ Enterprise Development Ltd.
B. Odisha Marginal Farmers’ Federation Ltd.
C. Odisha State Cooperative Milk Producers Federation Ltd.
D. Odisha State Milk Producers Federation Ltd.

35. OMFED was established in the year:
A. 1978
B. 1980
C. 1982
D. 1986

36. River Valley Projects (RVP) is operational in all of the following
districts except:
A. Cuttack
B. Sundargarh
C. Deogarh
D. Koraput

37. Which of the following developmental programmes is also known as
A. Watershed Mission
B. Odisha Rural Livelihood Programme
C. Drought Prone Area Programme
D. National Food Security Mission

38, The National Food Security Mission was launched in which financial
A. 2006-07
B. 2007-08
C. 2008-09
D. 2009-10

39. APICOL (Agricultural Promotion and Investment Goropration Lid)
was established in which year?
A. 1995
B. 1996
C. 1998
D. 1999


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