Jharkhand SI | Jssc Previous Year Questions

Jharkhand SI, Jssc Previous Year Questions, we bring MCQ asked in Sub – Inspector Mains in 2017, Could be Important for JPSC Paper 2.

Jssc Previous Year Questions

  • Since the formation of Jharkhand state in 2000, for how many times President’s rule has been implemented in the state? = 3
  • In which year for the first time President rule, implemented in the state of Jharkhand? = 2009
  • In which year the President Rule implemented in Jharkhand for the second time ? = June 2010
  • In which year, the President Rule implemented in Jharkhand for the third time ? Jan 2013
  • The formation of Jharkhand state on November 15, 2000 is also the birth anniversary of which of the following personalities from Jharkhand? = Birsa Munda
  • Who was the architect of Raj Bhavan of Jharkhand? = Sadlow Ballard
  • Silk parks =  

JHARKHAND

  • Ghatshila industrial area is famous for? = Copper
  • Bauxite is abundant in which districts of Jharkhand? = Lohardaga
  • Which is not a cropping season in Jharkhand? = Zayed
  • Chromite and Manganese ore is found in which districts of Jharkhand? = Chaibasa
  • What is the total coal Reserve in Million Tonnes in Jharkhand ? = 80,356
  • The area of Bokaro Industrial Area Development Authority, Bokaro (BIADA) is? = North Chotanagpur Commissionaire
  • Jharkhand Dham is in which district? = Giridih
  • Heavy Engineering Corporation Limited is situated in which of the following places in Jharkhand? = Ranchi
  • The HEC factory in Jharkhand was formed with the help of which country? = Czechoslovakia
  • Who was the first chief justice of Jharkhand High Court? = Vinod kr gupta
  • With the help of which country has established “Foundry Forge Controller Factory” in Ranchi? = Czechoslovakia
  • In the Jharkhand state Chandil hydropower scheme is on which river? = Suvarna Rekha
  • Which place in Jharkhand is also known as ‘Queen of Chotanagpur’? = Netarhat
  • In which year Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary inaugurated? = 1975
  • Betla National Park is a national park located in which of the following districts of Jharkhand? = Palamu Jharkhand SI

SI

  • How far is Hundru from Ranchi by road? = 45 kms
  • In which year Bokaro, Garhwa and Chatra given the status of district? = 1991
  • Who is the famous person from Bokaro? = Lugu Buru
  • The present Raj Bhavan of Jharkhand constructed in which year? = March 1931
  • Jharkhand Governor Draupadi Murmu has announced that she will donate her eyes at the Run of Vision programme organised by which of the following Hospital of Ranchi? = Kashyap Memorial Eye Hospital (KMEH)
  • Koderma Hazaribagh industrial area is famous for mining ? = Mica
  • Damodar Valley Corporation established in the year ? = 1948
  • How many district industry centers are present in Jharkhand? = 12
  • The state of Jharkhand has been categorize into how many major Industrial zones by the Government ? = 4
  • Which is not a Garma crop in Jharkhand? = Mustard
  • When was the first Iron and Steel industry established at Jamshedpur? = 1907
  • The area of Adityapur Industrial Area Development Authority, Jamshedpur (AIADA) is confine to which of the following Commissionaires ? = Kolhan

Jharkhand GK

  • In which place the Sun temple is situated in the Jharkhand state? = Bundu
  • What rocks are call metallic reserves in Jharkhand? = Dharwad Yugene
  • When, the Bokaro steel plant established? = 1964
  • Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary spread around in area? = 195 km² 
  • Which river falls from Hundru falls? = Swarna Rekha river
  • Bokaro, established in 1991 by carving out which districts of Jharkhand? = Dhanbad and Giridih District
  • Who is the founding father of Santhal? = Lugu Buru, Jharkhand SI
  • Which district of Jharkhand is passing through a very serious phase of extremists’ violence by the banned naxal outfit called the M.C.C. (Maoist Communist Centre)? = Chatra
  • When, Dhanbad constituted as a separate district? = 1956
  • From the industrial growth and mining quarrying point of view which district has the leading position in Jharkhand? = Jamshedpur

JPSC

  • Subarnarekha river flows from from which direction and towards which direction? = west to south-east direction
  • Arjun Munda the second chief minister of Jharkhand was from which constituency of state ? = Kharsawan
  • WHAT IS THE AREA OF JHARKHAND STATE? = 30,778 sq mi
  • Tilaiya hydropower project is establish on which river in Jharkhand? Barakar
  • Chatra district is passing through a very serious phase of extremists’ violence by which of the following banned naxal outfits? MCC Outfit
  • According to The Puranas’ which temple of Jharkhand is considered a fit place for funeral obsequies? = Baidyanath Temple
  • The Garhwa district formed from its separation with which of the districts of Jharkhand ? Palamu
  • Which is the highest peak of Jharkhand ? = Parasnath
  • Gumla district consists of how many sub-divisions? = 3
  • In which of the following districts of Jharkhand, Birsa Munda Stadium is situated? = Ranchi, Jharkhand SI
  • Tribe having its own script known as Ol Chiki Script? = Santhals
  • Which of the following tribes is also known as Kuruk? = Oraon
  • In Jharkhand, Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan is being implemented by which of the following? = Jharkhand Education Project Council
  • “Munda Durad“ published in which year? = 1942
  • Which is the biggest city of Jharkhand in terms of population? = Jamshedpur
  • Jharkhand was connected by train in which of the following years? = 1908
  • Which of the following is also known as “haldighati” of Chota Nagpur? = Korrembey
  • The first power station in Jharkhand was established in ? = Tiliya

PREVIOUS YEAR MCQ

  • Which of the following conserved places is biggest in Jharkhand? = Palamu
  • How many towns are there in Jharkhand as per 2011 census? = 152
  • Dhanbad is under the railway region of ? ECR
  • Bokaro established in 1991 by carving out how many blocks from Dhanbad district ? = 2
  • Bokaro was established in 1991 by carving out how many blocks from Giridih District ? 6
  • Out of the 6 Chief Ministers of Jharkhand since its creation in 2000 how many of them were Independent candidates ? = 1
  • Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary is situated around which of the following hills ? = Dalma hills
  • The Chatra district is situated on which National Highway? = 99 & 100
  • Purbi Singhbhum district is situated at which corner of Jharkhand.? = South east
  • How many blocks of Palamu district were separated so as to have an independent district “Garhwa” ? 8

MAP OF JHARKHAND

  • What is the altitude of Parasnath hill above the sea-level? = 4431 feet
  • When did Godda district come into existence ? = 25 th May 1983
  • When Simdega district carved out of Gumla? = 30 th April, 2001
  • In which year JSCA International Stadium Complex inaugurated?  = 2013
  • Which festival of the Santhal tribe is ‘Sohrai’? = Harvest
  • Which dance form depicts the act of preparing for the Hunt? = Hunta
  • Which was formerly part of Tilka Manjhi University?  = SKMU
  • Jamshedpur is situated at the bank of which of the following Rivers? = Confluence of Subarnarekha and Kharkai
  • The percentage of literacy in Jharkhand as per 2011 census is? = 66.40
  • The district in Jharkhand which has the lowest population is? = Lohardaga
  • The rural population of Jharkhand as per 2011 census is? = 25,055,073 
  • The total population of Jharkhand as per 2011 census is? = 32,988,134
  • Jharkhand High Court is the ____ in the country? = 21st, Jharkhand SI
  • Bihar Institute of Technology at Sindri is renamed as? = Birsa Institute of Technology
  • Jharkhand Ratna Award ? = 
  • Science city in Jharkhand ____? = Ranchi
  • Raj Mahal hills have which of the following important waterfalls? = Moti Jharna
  • Raj Mahal hills in Jharkhand have ______ tribes as its residents? = Soria Paharia
  • Who among the following appointed as the first Governor of Jharkhand in the year 2000 ? = prabhat kr

JOHAR JHARKHAND

  • The area of Ranchi Industrial Area Development Authority, Ranchi (RIADA) is confine to which of the following Commissionaires? = South Chotanagpur and Palamu Commissionaire
  • Rock Garden is located in which of the towns of Jharkhand? = Ranchi
  • What is the average altitude of the land in Bokaro district? = 210 metres from mean sea level.
  • What is the geographical area of Chatra District? = 3706 sq. km.
  • The only place in India where the Jyotirlinga and the Shakti Peeth are together is ? = Baidyanath Temple
  • In which year Purbi Singhbhum district formed? = 16 th January 1990
  • Where is the Godda district of Jharkhand ? = North East
  • The Gumla District carved out of which district?  = Ranchi 
  • After the creation of Jharkhand State which new district, carved out of Gumla district ? = Simdega, Jharkhand SI

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  • What is the name of the Stadium which is the House of Jharkhand Cricket Team? = JSCA
  • Which district of Jharkhand has the highest population of Scheduled Castes? = Palamu
  • What is the purpose of establishment of Special Central Assistance (SCA) for tribes? = Enhance the socio-economic development
  • How many Central Universities are in Jharkhand? = 1
  • What is the approximate percentage share of Iron ore reserves of Jharkhand with respect to India’s total Iron ore reserves? = 25.7 %
  • In the 1857 movement, which Kabelai revolted against the Britishers in Palamu? = Bhokta
  • The known melody of folk songs in the Chota Nagpur area of Jharkhand is ? =  Domkotch, Jhumar, Dandhara and Vivaha-Augnai
  • Cultivation in dry areas in Jharkhand is mainly _______. = Dry land cultivation
  • The work of Hawker in tribal villages in Jharkhand is? = To give publicity to the information
  • Which oil seed is produced in maximum quantity at Palamu? = Sesamum
  • Integrated tribal development project is called:- ? = Meso project
  • Aundi song is sung on the occasion of _____. = Marriage
  • What do Mundas keep in Sasas? = Bones of their ancestors
  • Which of the following tribes indulged in the revolt of 1831 against the Britishers? = Ho, Munda

Munda Tribe

  • TISCO receives its iron ore supplies from which of the following mines? = Noamundi
  • Which of the following religions people come to Parsnath hill as pilgrims? = Jain
  •  Districts of Jharkhand which one is a rich source of Iron ore reserves? = Chaibasa
  • From what height Swarnarekha river falls from the Hundru falls? = 320 feet
  • What is the approx population of Bokaro district as per 2011 census? = 2 million
  • Purbi Singhbhum district has been form after isolating how many blocks from old Singhbhum? = 9
  • The district of Garhwa is surround by which river in the north? = Son River
  • The Harihar Dham, Bagodar is located at which place in Jharkhand? = Giridih
  • The Gumla is located in which portion of Jharkhand? = southwest
  • When the Gumla District carved out of Ranchi? = 18th may 1983
  • Government’s sports state policy in Jharkhand is implement by which authority? = SAJHA
  • What is the literacy rate of Scheduled Tribes in Jharkhand according to the 2011 Census? = 57.10
  • Which district has the minimum percentage of tribal population in Jharkhand? = Koderma
  • Where did the 1857 revolt take place in the direction of soldier Jai Mangal Pandey? = Doranda
  • Munda tribes call themselves as _________. = Horko
  • Bokaro receives its iron ore supplies from which of the following mines? = Keonjhar
  • There is no other festival as important as Jantra for the boys and girls of this tribe in Jharkhand. = Oroan

Festivals of Jharkhand

  • “Sorhul”, a festival of Munda tribe is called:- = Ba- parv
  • What is known as the residence of Birhor tribal people in Jharkhand? = Tonda
  • Uranium processing factory has start in which of the following cities in Jharkhand? = Ghatshila
  • Small Scale Research Institute has been established in _________. = Sindri
  • Ull-Gulan is associated with which of the following? = Birsa Munda
  • Ranchi district Tana Bhagat rehabilitation ordinance passed in which year? = 1948
  • Which tribe is found most in numbers in Ranchi district of Jharkhand? = Munda
  • Who among the following has been the independent Chief Minister of Jharkhand? = Madhu Koda
  • Who among the following has served as the Governor of Jharkhand for the shortest duration? = V.C.PANDE
  • Apatite rock Phosphate is found in abundance in which of the following districts of Jharkhand? = Chaibasa
  • Bokaro Steel Plant which is the biggest in Asia was built with the help of which of the following nations? = Soviet Union
  • Before independence the entire area of Purbi Singhbhum district was part of which district? = Old Manbhum district
  • Which district of Jharkhand shares its boundaries with the state of Chhattisgarh and U.P? = Garhwa

Jharkhand SI Previous Year

  • Where does a big tank in 50 acres of land is located in Jharkhand? = Basanta Rai
  • Which tribe of Jharkhand practices shifting Agriculture? = Sauria – Paharia
  • Which of the following tribes is a brave martial tribe? = Kharbar
  • Dalmi, an archaeological site is on the banks of which of the following rivers? = Subarnarekha
  • Which of the following was the capital of Sultan Shuja? = Rajmahal
  • During the reign of Aurangzeb, Dalel Singh defeated Magar Khan, the ruler of ? = Chai
  • Deep underground caves of ice age been found in ? = Isko Village
  • The village Maluti in Jharkhand having 72 ancient temples are related to which dynasty? = Pala
  • Jharkhand‘s rank ______ in terms of area under forest cover in India. = 10th
  • Which of the following parks/sanctuaries in Jharkhand has historical monuments and forts in times of Chero kings? = Betla
  • Jaipal Singh the first captain of Indian Hockey Team won a medal for the first time for India in the Olympics 1928? = Gold
  • Which state is located in the south of Jharkhand? = Odisha
  • The first Chief minister of Jharkhand? = Babulal Marandi
  • Madhu Koda has served as the chief minister of Jharkhand from which period? = 14 September 2006 – 23 August 2008
  • First woman Governor of Jharkhand? = Draupadi Murmu
  • Graphite, found in abundance in which of the following districts of Jharkhand? = Palamu
  • What is the value of various types of minerals that are produced in the state of Jharkhand annually? = 15000 crore

MCQ

  • The total geographical area of Purbi Singhbhum district is about ? = 3533 Sq. Kms
  • Garhwa district consists of how many subdivisions? = 2
  • The famous Usri Fall is located in which district of Jharkhand? = Giridih
  • Basantrai, inhabited by which of the following? = Raja Basant Rai
  • Which tribe has a small population of less than 5,000 in Jharkhand? = Gorait
  • Approximately __________ tribal population of the state of Jharkhand lives in rural areas? = 90%
  • Santhals celebrate Sarhul festival with different names, which of the following is another name of Sarhul? = Baha
  • Which of the following tribes is famous for sacrifice all for truth? = Kharbar
  • Chota Nagpur plateau is in which of the following industrial settlements? = Ranchi
  • Jharkhand is at which position in Copper ore reserves in India? = 3rd
  • In which city of Jharkhand, Asia’s biggest steel plant is located? = Bokaro
  • What is the name of Jharkhand’s special anti-moist force? = Jharkhand Jaguar
  • Which kind of soil is generally found in Hazaribagh? = Sandy
  • Jharkhand is a ________ state legislature ? = Unicameral
  • Uthlus and Jaaghees are parts of which tribe of Jharkhand? = Birhor
  • In which district of Jharkhand ‘Topchanchi’ lake is located? = Dhanbad
  • What is male literacy rate of Jharkhand as per census 2011? = 76.84
  • Out of the total geographical area of Jharkhand how much percentage cover by barren lands? = 7.12
  • Name the Jharkhand Governor who inaugurated JSCA cricket stadium in 2013 ? = Syed Ahmed
  • What is the approximate percentage share of graphite in Jharkhand with respect to India’s total graphite reserve ? = 7.38
  • What is the percentage area of Purbi Singhbhum district as compared to the entire area of Jharkhand state ? = 2.03

JPSC

  • Mica is mostly found near which blocks of Giridih ? = Tisri and Gawan
  • Basantrai is located in which district of Jharkhand ? = Godda
  • Good weavers belong to which tribe? = Chik-Baraik
  • Among Indian States ranking of Jharkhand in terms of Scheduled Tribe Population is….? = 6th
  • In the state of Jharkhand, cattles washed and worshipped, in which of the following festivals? = Sohrai
  • Name the 2 subdivisions in which Garhwa district is divided ? = Garhwa & Nagar-Untrai

Jharkhand GK MCQs

  • Asur, a tribe in Jharkhand is resident of which of the following districts? = Singhbhum
  • Laterite soil is not found in which area of Jharkhand? = Rajmahal
  • The evidence of copper utensils and tools from the early stone age are found in ? = Karharbari and Bargunda
  • Durjan Sal ,the ruler of Jharkhand was released from prison due to his expertise of diamonds by the Emperor ? = Jahangir
  • How many major rivers flow in Jharkhand? = 8
  • What is the total length of National Highways in Jharkhand as per census 2011? = 1844 km
  • State of Jharkhand falls under which type of climatic region? = Tropical Monsoon
  • What is the average annual temperature of Jharkhand? = 25 C
  • What is the rural sex ration of Jharkhand, as per census 2011? = 961
  • What was the name of Jharkhand during Mughal period? = Kukura
  • Surajkund hot spring is located in which district of Jharkhand? = Hazaribagh
  • In which year production of Iron steel started in Jharkhand? = 1913
  • Babulal Marandi the first chief minister of Jharkhand was from which constituency of state ? = Ramgarh

JH

  • The third Chief Minister of Jharkhand was from which political party ? = JMM
  • Nickel is found in which of the following districts of Jharkhand ? = Jamshedpur
  • What percentage of the total area of Purbi Singhbhum district is cover by residual mountains and hills consisting of granite,gneiss,and schist ? = 53
  • Giridih District is carved out from which district of Jharkhand ? = Hazaribagh
  • Which of the minerals is found in abundance in Giridih district of Jharkhand ? = Mica
  • Yogini Shakti Peeth is link to with which Goddess ? = Sati
  • Approximately how many villages exist in the state of Jharkhand ? = 32620
  • Hunter gatherer type to tribal groups in Jharkhand are? = Hill Kharia
  • Under the Scheduled Area order, 2003 how many districts have been identified as Scheduled Area in Jharkhand ? = 15
  • In the month of Sawan which festival is celebrated? = Hariyad
  • Which of the following tribes is found in Palamu district of Jharkhand? = Korba
  • Hazaribagh is located on which National Highway? = NH 33
  • Which is the highest water-fall in Jharkhand? = Lodh falls
  • Bokaro city is on the banks of which River? = Damodar
  • What is the total length of State Highways in Jharkhand as per census 2011? = 6880 km
  • The Western (or) Higher Ranchi Plateau is locally known as _____. = Pat Region
  • Tropic of cancer cuts through the middle of which city of Jharkhand? = Ranchi
  • What is the average annual rainfall of Jharkhand? = 1400 mm
  • Which type of soil is found in Kodarma, Jhumri telaiya and areas around Mandhal Hills? = micaceous soil / माइका 

Current

  • State of Jharkhand has been divide into how many agro-climatic sub-zones? = 3
  • Which city of Jharkhand is also known as ‘Manchester of East’? = Ranchi
  • In which year aluminium Industry set up in Jharkhand? = 1937
  • How many new districts been add since formation of Jharkhand? = 6
  • Where was Birsa Munda born? = Ulihatu
  • Babulal Marandi has served as the chief minister of Jharkhand from which period ? = 15 November 2000 – 17 March 2004 
  • What is the total iron ore Reserve in Million Tonnes in Jharkhand ( closest in options ) ? = 4600
  • In which year Giridih district was formed ? = 4 th Dec 1972
  • Mica is found extensively in which district of Jharkhand ? = Giridih 
  • Yogini Shakti Peeth is located in which village of Godda district ? = Lakhanpahari village
  • The state of Jharkhand has been divided into how many Blocks? = 260
  • Which district in Jharkhand has the highest percentage of tribal population? = Khunti
  • Which of the following paintings depicts endangered animals in large rituals? = Ganju
  • Paitkar painting = It is a folk painting, one of oldest tribal paintings of India, also known as Scroll Painting and done on soiled paper.
  • Damodar river originates from which Indian State? = JH
  • What is the altitude of the Higher Ranchi Plateau above Mean Sea level (MSL)? = 2500-3600 ft

Jharkhand State GK

  • Shikarji, situated in Giridih, Jharkhand is a sacred pilgrimage of which religion? =Jain
  • In which year fertilizer factory in Sindri, Jharkhand was established? = 1951
  • Parasnath hill is a part of which plateau? = Giridih Plateau
  • Formation of Rajmahal trap happened in which era? = Jurassic era
  • What percentage of India’s total area is Jharkhand? = 2.44
  • What is the North to South spread of Jharkhand? = 380
  • Which district of Jharkhand has the highest population density in Jharkhand, as per census 2011? = Dhanbad

JH MCQ

  • Where was the first Copper smelting centre established in Jharkhand? = Ghatshila
  • Which tribe of Jharkhand practices settled agriculture? = Munda
  • What is the other name of the Birsa Munda revolution? = Ulgulan movement
  • ‘Bal Garib Samriddhi Yojana’ has been announced by the Chief Minister of Jharkhand for the welfare of whom? = Both mother and newborn Infants
  • Shibu Soren has served as the chief minister of Jharkhand for the first time during which period? = 2 March 2005 – 12 March 2005
  • Who among the following Chief Justice of Jharkhand High Court has administered the oath of Draupadi Murmu as Governor of Jharkhand? = Virendra Singh
  • Who established the first Iron and Steel industry at Jamshedpur in 1907? = Sir Dorabji Tata
  • Which of the following ranges is there in Purbi Singhbhum district? = The Dalma range
  • Where is the district of Giridih located? = almost in the central part of the North Chota Nagpur Division
  • Which district of Jharkhand contains one of the best qualities of metallurgical coal in India? = Giridih
  • How much percentage of tribal population of India lives in Jharkhand? = 8.4
  • Which of the following paintings also found in ‘Garuda Purana’? = Paitkar
  • Music of Jharkhand = generally tribal in nature and has similarity with West Bengal and Bihar.

Jharkhand Previous Questions

  • What is the first official language of Jharkhand? = Hindi
  • Jharkhand shares its state boundary with how many states? = 5
  • What is the total length of Damodar river? = 592 km
  • What is the West to East spread of Jharkhand? = 463 km
  • Shatabdi Stadium is located in which district of Jharkhand? = Ranchi
  • Rajrappa in Jharkhand is situated on which river? = Damodar and Bhera
  • Where is the Sun Temple situated in Jharkhand? = Bundu
  • What is the revised pension amount that is received by beneficiaries of Shramik Pension Yojana of Jharkhand? = 750 rs
  • How many sub divisions are there in the state of Jharkhand? = 38
  • Which district of Jharkhand has the lowest literacy rate in Jharkhand, as per census 2011? = Lohardaga
  • Which place in Jharkhand is said to be the birth place of Lord Hanuman? = Anjangram
  • From where does the North Koel of Jharkhand originate? = Middle of Ranchi Plateau
  • Draupadi Murmu has succeeded which of the following as 9 th Governor of Jharkhand? = Syed Ahmed
  • Giridih District is spread over an area of:- ? = 4853.56 sq km
  • Name the two main water heads in which Giridih District is divided into? = Barakar and Sakri rivers

Rivers of Jharkhand

  • Godda district consists of how many Community Development Blocks? = 8
  • What is the year of birth of Bisra Munda ? = 1875
  • Who prepared the blueprint for C.N.T. Act, 1908? = John H. Hoffmann
  • Santhai Community practise which of the following paintings? = Jadopatia
  • How many districts were there in Jharkhand when it was formed? = 18
  • Sarhul festival in Jharkhand is celebrated during which season? = Spring
  • Which place of Jharkhand was known by the name of “Haritakivana”? = Deoghar
  • From where does the Son River originate that forms the boundary between Garhwa and Palamu districts of Jharkhand? = Amarkantak
  • What is the name of the zoological park in Ranchi? = Bhagwan Birsa Zoological Park
  • Where, the first Elephant Reserve of India created in 2001 under project Elephant? = Singhbhum
  • Production of which fruit is maximum in Jharkhand? = Mango
  • “Pankh Yojana“ launched by the Jharkhand Government is for whom? = Children from slum areas
  • Jharkhand was the _________ state in India to implement Direct Benefit Transfer (BT) in kerosene scheme? = 1st
  • India’s first facility to produce nickel, launched at which place in Jharkhand? = Ghatshila
  • For the development of which airport Government of Jharkhand has signed tripartite Mou with AAI and DRDO? = Deoghar

District

  • Prime minister has laid the foundation stone of a Multi-Modal Terminal on River Ganga at which place in Jharkhand ? = Sahibganj
  • Syed Ahmed, the 8th Governor of Jharkhand was made the Governor for which of the following states in the year 2014? = Manipur
  • From the administrative point of view Purbi Singhbhum district been divide into how many Sub-Divisions? = 2
  • Which is the most famous and predominant species of trees found in Giridih district? = Sal trees
  • Which parts of Godda district covered with Rajmahal hills? = Boarijore & Sunderpahari
  • What is the total area of the district of Gumla? = 5327 sq. Km
  • Jharkhand State has signed an MOU with which of the following to set up sports varsity? CCL
  • Mundari language belongs to which family? = Austro-Asiatic
  • Migrant Jharkhandi Labourers play which type of music? = Nagpuri
  • In Getalsud region of Jharkhand which of the following is located? First Mega Food PARK
  • What is the total geographical area of Jharkhand? = 79.70 Lakh Hectare
  • According to India State of Forest Report 2015, what percentage of Jharkhand is under forest cover? = 3.49
  • Which district of Jharkhand has the lowest population density in Jharkhand, as per census 2011? Simdega

District of Jharkhand

  • Who was the brand ambassador of “Momentum Jharkhand” Global Investor Summit 2017? = Dhoni
  • Jharkhand has become the numbered state in India to announce its financial year from January to December? = 2nd
  • What is the name of the 2017 hunting festival observed in Jharkhand? = Bishuparv
  • The Government of Jharkhand and Oracle has signed a Mou for _____ based citizen services. = Cloud
  • Where in Jharkhand the Vedanta group and Jharkhand Mineral Development Corporation would jointly set up a steel plant? = Manoharpur
  • What is the aim of the bill named “Jharkhand Nizi Niyozan Abhikaran and Gharelo Kamgar (Viniyam) Vidheyak” introduced by chief Minister Raghubar Das? = To abolish human trafficking

One Liner Jharkhand

  • Which is the only unit of Hindustan Copper Limited in India present in Jharkhand to produce nickel metal of London Metal Exchange (LME) grade? = Ghatshila
  • BHEL commissioned how many Megawatt thermal power units at Bokaro thermal power unit in July 2016? = 500
  • The World Bank approved the amount for the Tejaswini Project in Jharkhand in June 2016? = 63 million US dollar
  • Where is the headquarters of Jharkhand’s special anti-Maoist force “Jharkhand Jaguar”? = Tendargram in kanke
  • Jharkhand government has launched Bhimrao Ambedkar Awas Yojana for whom? = Widows
  • Jharkhand Government has announced to reserve what percent employment for meritorious sportspersons? = 2%
  • Chief Minister of Jharkhand Das has announced banning of which article after laying the foundation of Navjeevan Kusht Ashram at Deonagar? = Polythene bags
  • Purbi Singhbhum district consists of how many blocks? = 11
  • Percentage of irrigated agricultural land in Jharkhand is about___________. = 12.1%
  • Jharkhand is at which position in Iron ore reserves in India? = 2nd
  • Which river originates from Deoghar? = Ajay 
  • The first Social Welfare Minister had ______________ as the cabinet minister of Jharkhand. = Arjun Munda

Chief Ministers of Jharkhand

  • Jharkhand Jaguar is the name given to which of the following forces by the government? = Special anti-moist force
  • Who among the following was the last ruler of the Seraikella princely state? = HH Raja Aditya Pratap Singh Deo
  • Who wrote the book ‘Swaraj Lut Gaya’? = Babu Ram Narain Singh
  • Which is the highest civilian award given by the state? = Jharkhand Sewa Ratna Award
  • Chotanagpur style of art was promoted by which of the renowned artists? = Haren Thakur
  • As per economic survey of Jharkhand 2017-18, How many districts, covered under Rajiv Gandhi Scheme for Empowerment of Adolescent Girls? = 7
  • Which one of the following is true about the SWADHAR Greh programme? = To provide immediate shelter, food, clothing and care to women in crisis, To arrange for specific clinical, legal, support and guidance to enable them to take steps for their readjustment in families and society, To coordinate in rehabilitating women in crisis.
  • Indian Institute of Natural Resins & Gums formerly known as ________. = Central Lac Research Institute
  • XLRI was set-up in which of the following year? = 1949
  • Total number of chapters in C.N.T. act is _______________. = 19
  • Bihar Scheduled Area Regulation Act formulated in______________. = 1969
  • When did Indian School of Mines Dhanbad come into existence? = 9 December 1926
  • N.E. Horo associated with ___________. = Jharkhand Party
  • Draupadi Murmu before becoming the Governor of Jharkhand has been the MLA from which constituency of Odisha? = Rairangpur

District of Jharkhand

  • Which district of Jharkhand shares its boundaries with West Bengal and Odisha? = Jamshedpur
  • Jharkhand is at which position in coal reserves in India? = 1st
  • What is the literacy rate of Ranchi as per census 2011? = 77.13%
  • What is the female literacy rate of Jharkhand as per census 2011? = 55.42
  • What is the total length of Barakar River? = 225 km
  • In which of the following year the district of Seraikela-Kharsawan carved out from West Singhbhum? = 2001
  • Name of the leader who is associated with ‘Tana Bhagat Movement’. = Jatra Bhagat
  • The Birsa Munda Award is given to people who have made the state proud in the field of ________. = Sports
  • Asunta Lakra associated with which sports? = Hockey
  • Who is Lalit Mohan Roy = He is a distinguished artist and resident of Dumka. His paintings depict the tribal culture. Honoured with the ‘Kala-Sri’ award.
  • Which of the following districts were selected for Phase I implementation of Tejaswini Project? = Ramgarh, Dumka, Khunti and Chatra
  • Which of the following is true about Support to Training and Employment Programme for Women (STEP)? = The programme is aided by Government of India, It seeks to provide competencies, credit facilities and skill that enable women to become self-employed / entrepreneurs, Target group for this Programme, girls above the age of 16 years.
  • The article related to the qualification of Governor is _____________. = 157
  • Damodar Valley Corporation came into existence in _________. = 7 th July 1948
  • Jharkhand Area Autonomous Council (JAAC) set up in ________. = 1995
  • In Jharkhand, June 9th commemorated as ___________. = Birsa Day

Birsa Munda

  • In Jain texts there is reference to Lord Mahavir’s visit to Lore-a-Yadaga, which means ‘___________’ in Mundari. = river of tears
  • “Jhilpi” in the context of Jharkhand is ____________. = an imitation jewellery for girls
  • “Panchi-Padwand” is a tribal form of art associated, with Santhal Pargana is basically __________. = an attire for women
  • Raghubar Das the Chief Minister of Jharkhand elected as the member of Bihar Legislative Assembly for the first time in which year? = 1995
  • National Institute of foundry and forge Technology is located in which district of Jharkhand? = JH
  • In which city of Jharkhand ‘Hudco Lake’ is located? = Jamshedpur
  • What is the origin point of Barakar River? = Padma
  • Daltonganj city which located in Palamu district of Jharkhand, named after which of the following? = Colonel Edward Tuite Dalton
  • The district of Seraikela-Kharsawan carved out from which of the following districts? = Chaibasa
  • Kol movement in 1931-32 initiated by:- = Budhu Bhagat
  • Name of the award given for lifetime achievements in the state of Jharkhand. = Albert Ekka Award
  • What is the full form of PMEYSA? = Panchayat Mahila Evam Yuva Shakti Abhiyan
  • Which of the following is true about Dhan Adhiprapti Yojna? = Jharkhand State Food Corporation is the nodal agency for the scheme . Its objective includes making food grain available to the weaker section of the society,  Its broad objective is to ensure Minimum Support Price (MSP) to the farmers.

Prominent Persons of Jharkhand

  • Xavier Institute of Social Service (XISS) was set-up in which of the following year? = 1955
  • How much financial grant is given by the Jharkhand Government under “MukhyaMantri Jan Van Yojana”? = 50
  • Which one of the Jharkhand Government Scheme, provides financial assistance to girl children belonging to SC,OBC or General class living below poverty line? = Apni Beti Apna Dhan
  • Name the freedom fighter of Jharkhand, who led the tribal revolt against British Government in 1784. = Tilka Manjhi
  • Which of the following is correct for GVA (Gross Value Added)? = GVA= GDP-taxes on products+subsidies on product
  • Which of the following industrial sectors, in the state of Jharkhand, experienced maximum growth rate in 2015-2016? = Manufacturing
  • Which of the following industrial sectors, in the state of Jharkhand, experienced the minimum growth rate in 2015-2016? = Fishing
  • The Government of Jharkhand is celebrating the financial year 2017-2018 as _____________. = Gareeb Kalyan Varsh
  • What is the increase in capital expenditure in Budget Estimate of year 2017-18 over last financial year in the state of Jharkhand? = 20 %
  • Who also known as ‘Marung Gomke’ in Chotanagpur? = Jaypal Singh
  • Iyyar Dam is on which river_____________. = Damodar

Schemes of Jharkhand Government

  • Which programme has been initiated by Jharkhand police for underprivileged children? = Taare Zameen Par
  • Name the person awarded with the Padma Shri by the Government of India in 2013 for her achievements in the field of Mountaineering? = Premlata Agarwal
  • The district of Seraikela-Kharsawan also known by which of the following names? = Seraikela Chhau
  • In which of the following movements people were asked not to give land tax to landlords? = Khairwar Movement
  • Jaipal Singh Award is given for which field? = Coaches and Trainers 
  • What is the base year being used for estimation of state income and related aggregates by the state of Jharkhand? = 2011-12
  • Mahila Kisan Sashaktikaran Yojana is a sub component of which of the following schemes? = NRLM ( National Rural Livelihood Mission )
  • Konar Irrigation Project mainly affects the ___________ district. = Hazaribagh
  • The total length of National Highways in Jharkhand is equal to _____________ kms. = 1844 km
  • Golden Quadrilateral road passes by ___________. = Dhanbad, Giridih, Barhi
  • Build Operate Transfer Policy in Jharkhand is related to ____________ sector. = Energy Sector

झारखंड

  • JINFRA stands for __________. = Jharkhand Infrastructure Development Corporation
  • JHARCRAFT was established in the year ___________. = 2006
  • Deepika Kumari, a famous olympian from Jharkhand is associated with which sport? = Archery
  • Jharkhand has been divided into how many agro climate sub zones? = 3
  • How many blocks are there in Jamtara District? = 6
  • In which of the following districts Debour Ghati is located? = Koderma
  • Chotanagpur Unnati Samaj was founded in _________. = 1915
  • Khovar is a tribal art where “kho” means _________. = Cave
  • Vandana, an art form of Jharkhand is associated with __________. = Painting
  • Daltonganj city is located in which district of Jharkhand ? = Palamu
  • In which year Pankh Yojana was started ? = 2016
  • Jalmani Programme is introduced ______________. = To ensure clean drinking water to schools and anganwadis
  • What is the maximum number of members a Self Help Group (SHG) can have ? = 20
  • When the “Jharkhand Panchayati Raj Act” came into existence? = 2001
  • From which division of Jharkhand, the ‘Garhwa and Latehar’ districts belongs to? = Palamu

 झारखंड जीके

  • Where does the “Jawaharlal Nehru Biological Park” is located in Jharkhand? = Bokaro
  • Which of the following is included in the variable cost? = Raw material, Labour cost and Machinery oil
  • Michael John Auditorium is situated in which of the following cities? = Jamshedpur
  • Which of the following cities is also known as “City of Waterfalls”? = Ranchi
  • “Manda” is a festival of worshipping Lord _____________. = Mahadev
  • Which is the most widely spoken tribal language of Jharkhand ? = Santhali
  • When did Mughal Subedar Shaista Khan of Bihar attacked the Palamu Fort against Paramount ruler Pratap Rai and negotiated the treaty ? = 1641-42
  • As a result of which rebellion in 1833, a new provincial South-West Frontier Agency was formed ? = KOL
  • Birsa Munda Technical Scholarship is provided to tribal students __________. = for the study of medical and engineering
  • What is the total geographical area (in sq km) of Ranchi district ? = 7698
  • Which of the following places is named after the Father of Santhals ? = Lugu Buru Ghanta Bad
  • What is the name of the plateau which forms a part of Deccan bio-geographic province in Jharkhand? = Chota Nagpur Plateau
  • Which district of Jharkhand has highest sex ratio, as per censes 2011? = Chaibasa
  • Seraikela-Kharsawan district was formerly the Princely State of which of the following? = Seraikela
  • On whose name is the award given to sportspersons who have the state proud? = Birsa Munda

 झारखंड सामान्य ज्ञान

  • What is the full form of PEAIS? = Panchayat Empowerment and Accountability Incentive Scheme
  • Jharkhand Party collaborated with Congress on the interference of Chief Minister _______ of Bihar. = Vinodanand Jha
  • The only Cantonment Board of Jharkhand state is ___________. = Ramgarh
  • Tribal Research Institute was established in the year ______________. = 1953
  • Which among the following options is the smallest district in the state of Jharkhand as per geographical area? = Koderma
  • Birsa Munda was active during the years_________. = 1875-1900
  • In 1798, Birbhum Bankura encountered _____________. = Chuar Revolt
  • Khewar revolt under the leadership of Bhagirath took place in which year? = 1832
  • In the year 1620, Kumar Bikram Singh I, the third Maharaja Jagannath Singh, established the _________ state. = Seraikela
  • Lalit Mohan Roy is a ___________. = Painter
  • “Dokra” art is used for ____________. = making idols and sculptures
  • Which of the following is a Festival song in Jharkhand local tribes? = Sohrai
  • Krishnaleela, Bhakuli Banka, Keertaniya are all a kind of _________. = Dramatics
  • Usually, the Sarhul festival is scheduled to be celebrated on the __________ day of the Baisakh month according to Hindu culture. = Last
  • What is the name of ‘Free Rice Scheme’ for Primitive tribal groups in Jharkhand? = PTG Dakia Yojana
  • Out of the total geographical area of Jharkhand how much percentage is under forest? = 29.33
  • Which district of Jharkhand has lowest sex ratio, as per censes 2011? = Dhanbad
  • What is the new name of Daltonganj town of Jharkhand ? = Medininagar
  • Name an important town in the South eastern part of the Singhbhum which is famous for its rice mills, oil mills, washing soap factories, and bamboo production? = Chakulia
  • Which district of Jharkhand has an archery academy run by the State Government? = Saraikela-Kharsawan
  • Saksham Jharkhand Kaushal Vikas Yojna has started in which year? = 2016
  • What is the full form of HUNAR ? = Hallmarking of Unrecognized Novice and Amature Resources.
  • Which of the following bodies has been designated to implement National Rural Livelihood Mission (NRLM) in the state of Jharkhand? = Jharkhand State Livelihood Promotion Society

 JSSC सब इंस्पेक्टर प्रीवियस ईयर

  • What is the full form of JSEL? = Jharkhand Stock Exchange Limited
  • What is the theme of the annual budget presented by the Jharkhand Government, on 23 rd January 2017? = Garib Kalyan Varsh
  • Which of the following fair is organised in Hazaribagh district of Jharkhand? = Narsingh
  • Who was entrusted with the responsibility of spreading the Wahhabi movement in Jharkhand area? = Shah Mohammad Hussain
  • What is social exclusion in the santhals called __________. = Bitlaaha
  • The chief leader of the Kol Rebellion Budu Bhagat was the resident of ____________. = Silli
  • Which of the following soils covers the maximum area of Jharkhand? = Red
  • Uranium is found in which of the following mines of Jharkhand? = Jaduguda
  • Who was the Chief minister of Jharkhand when Mr Raghuber Das was appointed as the Deputy Chief minister of Jharkhand? = Sibu Soren
  • Jharkhand consists of how many tribes? = 32
  • Which of the following have been found in Singhbhum? = Roman Coins
  • Who among the following is a famous Chhau dancer and choreographer from Jharkhand? = Pandit Gopal Prasad Dubey
  • Tribes and their work : Settled Agriculture = Munda, Simple Artisan = Chik Baraik, Shifting Agriculture = Suraia Paharia, Hunter Gatherer = Hilkharia.
  • India Resources Ltd which operates the Sunda copper mines of Singhbhum district belong to which of the following countries? = Australia

झारखंड में प्रथम

  • Which leader started a new sect that believed in only one god? = Birsa Munda
  • As per Census 2011, which of the following districts of the state of Jharkhand, work participation rate is highest? = Khunti
  • Which of the following is true about Domestic Efficient Lighting Programme? = State is providing LED at Cheaper rates
  • In which year was the Palamu division created? = 2nd May 1992
  • The only soldier of Jharkhand who was awarded with ‘Param Veer Chakra’ posthumously? = Albert Ekka
  • Brahmani river originates from which of the following Hill? = Dudhwa hill
  • For electricity reforms, Jharkhand state signed a MoU with Indian Government under a programme called __________. = Uday
  • Who waged war against the permanent settlement of Lord Cornwallis in 1855? = Santhal
  • The Tana Bhagat Movement was started in _________. = 1914
  • Fagua is a local music sung on the occasion of _________. = Holi
  • What is the full form of JTELP? = Jharkhand Tribal Empowerment & Livelihood Programme
  • It took _________ years to build Boreya Temple at Kanke (Ranchi). = 17
  • When did Christian missionary of Germany arrive in Ranchi? = 1845
  • The 53 rd Annual Congress Session was held at ________, Jharkhand. = Ramgarh
  • The Chief Sardar of the Santhal Tribes is known as ________. = Manjhi
  • MUKHIYA MANTRI DAL BHAT YOJANA, a scheme implemented by the Government of Jharkhand to provide meals at a very low rate has been renamed as ___________. = MUKHYA MANTRI CANTEEN YOJANA
  • Shibu Soren founded the Sonat Santhal Samaj in ___________. = 1969
  • What is the length (in km) of NH-2 that passes through Jharkhand? = 190
  • Falls of Jharkhand = Halpad Fall = Gumla, Tamasin Fall = Chatra, Munidih Fall = Dhanbad
  • How many districts of Jharkhand come under the red corridor? = 18

झारखंड के मुख्यमंत्री

  • Which of the following tribes of Jharkhand is not Hunter-Gatherer type? = Lohra
  • Name the Indian police officer from Jharkhand who was awarded the gallantry award Ashoka Chakra? = Randhir Prasad Verma
  • Who among the following was not the freedom fighter from Jharkhand? = Bismal Khan
  • Surda copper mine of Singhbhum district is currently operated by which of the following companies? = India Resources Ltd
  • Sahitya Academy Yuva award is awarded to achievers below the age of ? = Under 35 years
  • Which of the following days of the month has been selected by the Government of Jharkhand for celebration of Kerosene Day? = 25 th day of the month
  • How many districts are there in Palamu division of Jharkhand? = 3
  • Damodar Valley Corporation came into existence on ___________. = 7 th July 1948
  • Which of the following amendment acts is also called a “Silent Revolution” in context to Jharkhand? = 73rd & 74th
  • All Non Coking coal mines were nationalised in which year? = 1973
  • What is the total length of National Highways in the state of Jharkhand? = 1844 km
  • ________ is not a form of local dance music. = Biha
  • Who is the chief god of Munda politics? = Singbonga
  • How many decades did the East India Company take to enter Jharkhand? = 8
  • Which of the following “Tirthankar” of Jain religion took “Mahasamadhi” at Parasnath? = 20th and 23rd
  • Which of the following tertiary sectors, in the state of Jharkhand, has contributed maximum to Net State Domestic Product? = Trade, Hotel & Restaurants
  • What is the full form of CAGR? = Compound Annual Growth Rate
  • Jharkhand Government has selected two places in the state for installation of Ultra Mega Power Projects (UMPP). = Tilaiya and Deoghar
  • Out of the total geographical area of Jharkhand how much percentage is put to non-agricultural use? = 9.10 %

झारखंड मुक्ति मोर्चा

  • What is the population per km2 of Jharkhand as per census 2011? = 414
  • Which of the following National Parks is situated in the Latehar district of Jharkhand? = Betla National Park
  • Who among the following is an Indian woman boxer who won gold in the World Championship in Norway in 2004? = Aruna Mishra
  • Birsait Sect’ in Jharkhand was started by ? = Birsa Munda
  • Under which category of award the Sustainable Mineral Development section falls? = National Geo-Science Award
  • Which of the following schemes does not relate to the Food Security programmes started by the Government of Jharkhand? = Birsa Munda Sarv Bhojan Yojana
  • What is the full form of PCARDB ? = Primary Cooperative Agriculture and Rural Development Banks
  • Which of the following days of the month has been selected by the Government of Jharkhand for celebration of Rice Day? = 15th day of the month
  • What is the total length of State Highways in the state of Jharkhand? = 6880 km
  • What was the contribution of Gross State Domestic Product of Jharkhand in the Gross Domestic Product of the nation in 2015-16 ? = 1.84 %
  • According to Census 2011, Literacy rate among women in Jharkhand is ___________. = 55.42 %
  • What percentage of the Scheduled caste household of Jharkhand has a bank account? = 51%
  • Beauty of _______ is reflected in art and folk music of Jharkhand. = Nature
  • Which of the following folk songs is sung during marriages in Jharkhand? = Domkach
  • Which of the following fair is organised in Garhwa district of Jharkhand? = Vishu
  • Who was the first revolutionary of Chotanagpur region, who had received martyrdom in the struggle with the British? = Budhu Bhagat
  • Chanakya has addressed “Jharkhand” in his famous composition “Arthashastra” as __________. = Kukut desh
  • In which year was the Jharkhand Space Application Center (JSAC) Ranchi established? = 2003
  • From which among the following renewable sources of energy, Jharkhand generates maximum energy? = Solar

झारखंड का इतिहास

  • Which of the following National highways passes through Jharkhand? = National Highway 2, 6, 33
  • Goris is the local name of which of the following types of soil? = Sandy Loam Soil
  • The Munda tribe call their language Mundari as __________. = Hodo Jugger
  • Every Santhal village has a Panchayat whose chief is called ____________. = Manjhi
  • What is the total geographical area of Bokaro District? = 2883 km²
  • Which of the following copper mines of Singhbhum district of Jharkhand is still operational? = Surda
  • Which of the following sections of the society is the major beneficiary of the Ved Vyas Awaas Yojna? = Fisherman
  • What is the full form of ARYA ? = Attracting and Retaining Youth in Agriculture
  • SAMETI came into existence in which year? = 2004
  • The total number of Ministries in the Jharkhand Cabinet is ____________. = 31
  • Who is the first ever International Women’s cricket umpire from Jharkhand? = Aashrit Lakra
  • Railway Stadium is located at ___________. = Dhanbad
  • Which of the following coal mines are considered to be the oldest from where coal was extracted? = Raniganj
  • The Singhbhum district shares its boundaries with how many states of India? = 2
  • What is the full form of IHSDP ? = Integrated Housing and Slum Development Programme
  • Which of the following statements is true about Garhwa District ? = As per census 2011 population of Garhwa District is 13.22 lakhs / 2011, On 6 th May 1924, the Garhwa Union Board was created under the village administration Act of 1922, The district contains only one Municipality at Garhwa headquarter.
  • What percentage of Scheduled tribes households of Jharkhand has a bank account ? = 40
  • Who among the following has been the captain of Indian women’s hockey team? = Asunta Lakra
  • What is the ratio of expense sharing in the National Neelachal Rain Harvesting scheme between world bank and the state of Jharkhand? = 60:40
  • When the Saal Trees get new flowers on their branches _______ festival is celebrated.= Sarhul
  • The Village Priest who fasts during Sarhul is called as _________. = Pahaan
  • During the Sarhul puja, villagers surround the _______ place. = Sarna
  • The festival for sowing seeds is called ____________ . = Rohini
  • The famous Chinnamasta Devi Temple is situated in ____ district. = Ramgarh
  • Alinagar Fort was built by ____________. = Muzaffar Khan

झारखंड का भूगोल

  • Coins of Kushan emperor Kanishka were received in _______ district of Jharkhand. = Ranchi
  • Where did the land revolt take place under the leadership of Ganga Narayan? = Virbhoomi
  • Birji, the wife of which leader of the Santhal Pargana was shot dead by the British Police on August 28, 1942? = Harihar Mirdha
  • Which administrative system represents the example of India’s first democratic system? = Shaved Monkey Governance
  • What is the tax free land given to the Paahan in Munda tribes called? = Daali Kataari Bhoomi
  • Which personality of Giridih provided funds to the revolutionaries? = Manoranjan Guha
  • Konar Power Station is located in which of the following districts? = Hazaribagh
  • Which of the following states shares its boundaries with the southern boundaries of Jharkhand? = Odisha
  • As per India State of Forest Report 2013 published by Forest Survey of India, what percentage of the total geographical area of Jharkhand is under forest cover? = 29 %
  • In which year Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary was notified as a wildlife sanctuary? = 1976
  • Mukhyamantri Laadli Lakshami Yojana started in the year __________. = 2011
  • Nuclear Energy Central School is located at __________. = East Singhbhum
  • Sansad Aadarsh Gram Yojna started in 2014 on the birthday of _____________. = J.P.Narayan
  • In Munda tribal areas, the supremo of the village is called ? = Hatu Munda
  • The maximum limit of plantation for Chief Minister’s Jana Vana Yojna is _____________. = 50 acres
  • How much percentage of Singhbhum district is covered by dense forests and mountains? = 50%
  • Which Indian woman boxer had won the gold in the World Boxing Championship in 2004 and 2005? = Aruna Mishra
  • What is the full form of NSSK? = Navjat Shishu Suraksha Karyakaram
  • Which of the following districts of Jharkhand has the highest percentage of Urban population of their total population? = Dhanbad
  • As per Census 2011, which of the following districts has registered the highest decadal urban growth rate? = Palamu

JPSC PAPER 2

  • Tilka Manjhi was caught by the British in the year ___________. = 1785
  • Under whose leadership in Jamtara district, a wide movement was launched? = Satyakaali Babu
  • Mahuadanr Wolf Sanctuary is located in which of the following districts of Jharkhand? = Latehar
  • Pahadiya Dayschool has been established at __________ places in Jharkhand. = 32
  • Which of the following players from Jharkhand is not associated with Hockey? = Bombayla Devi
  • Jharkhand State Water Policy came into existence in ______________. = 2011
  • Central Fuel Research Institute is situated at __________. = Dhanbad
  • Operation Todar Mal is associated with ____________. = Land Reforms
  • The total number of dams in Damodar Valley Project is _________. = 8
  • On which date Sahibganj District was formed? = 17th May 1983
  • What is the common name for Bentonite? = Multani Mitti
  • In which of the following districts SARANDA is located? = Chaibasa
  • As per census 2011, what is the population (in lakhs) of Dhanbad district? = 26.84
  • In 1336 A.D.,___________ of the Gang dynasty was made king of Biru. = Harideo
  • Which of the following dance forms has been performed at Bharat Mahotsav in Russia? = Paika
  • Jashpuriya, Asamiya, Jhumta, Ekhariya forms of _________ dance are famous amongst local tribes of Jharkhand. = Damkach
  • What is the name of the Annual Collective Hunting festival? = Sendra
  • What amount has been allotted for creation of the Chief Minister Education Loan Guarantee Fund? = 50 crore
  • Krishi Karman Award in 2011 was given to state of Jharkhand for the highest production of:- = Pulses
  • Sakharam Ganesh Desukar wrote the book _______ that was banned by the Britishers. = Deser Katha
  • Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Grameen Kaushalya Yojana targets youth of which age group? = 15 to 35
  • Yojana Banao Abhiyaan was the outcome of the merger of two programmes of the Government of India? = Mission Antyodaya and Gram Panchayat Development planning
  • Which of the following is true about the Sanjivani Project? =  Ensure universal coverage of families under SHG fold and their higher level federation, Supporting SHGs to undertake livelihood activities of their choice to enhance their current income, Capacity building of SHGs in the programme villages with the help of community Resource Person.
  • What is the count of Justices in Jharkhand? = 22

JPSC-JSSC

  • In which year Khunti district was carved out from Ranchi? = 2007
  • What is the full form of MMJSSA? = Mukhya Mantri Janani Shishu Swastha Abhiyan
  • In terms of geographical area, which among the following is the largest wildlife sanctuary in Jharkhand? = Lawalong Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Jharkhand Investment Centre is situated at _______ . = New Delhi
  • What percentage of total minerals of India is in the state of Jharkhand? = 40
  • In the year 2000, which of the following Hindi daily started publication from Ranchi? = Hindustan
  • Sendra festival is the cultural heritage of __________ tribes. = Oraon
  • ‘Mekameki Ne Metmaat” is a famous book written by A.K. Jha which belongs to ___________. = Khortha Literature
  • Which leader of Jamtara kept the movement alive through blood, tears and other advertisements? = Narsingh Rai
  • A raid was carried out in the house of Virender Nath Bhattacharya in October 1927, from where the revolutionary literature was recovered along with pistols and cartridges. What is the name given to this case? = Deoghar Conspiracy Case
  • Who was the first Nagvanshi king? = Phanimukut Rai
  • During 1820-21, Major Rafseg was attacked by the people of the “Ho” tribe by the side of ___________ river. = Roro
  • When was the first ever Forest Policy implemented in India? = 1894
  • Out of total geographical area of Jharkhand, which soil order is found in most parts of the state? = Alfisol
  • What is the installed power capacity (in MW) in Jharkhand? = 2237
  • In how many physiographic regions Jharkhand has been divided? = 4
  • Massanjore Dam built on the river Mayurakshi is also termed as _______________. = Canada Dam
  • Which tribe is the 3 rd largest in India and the largest in Jharkhand? = Santhals
  • Sahibgang district of Jharkhand comprises how many Community development blocks? = 9
  • Ol Chiki Script was invented by __________. = Raghunath Murmu
  • Which of the following bodies has been designated to implement Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana in the state of Jharkhand? = Jharkhand State Rural Road Development Authority

Previous Year

  • Jharkhand became the first state to implement Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) in ___________. = Kerosene Subsidy
  • What is the number of Wildlife Sanctuary in Jharkhand? = 10
  • Samman Pension Yojna is for the people associated with _________. = J.P. Movement
  • The tenant society has been discussed in chapter __________ of the CNT act. = 2
  • Jharkhand Legislature does not have ______ session. = Summer
  • Who won the Jharkhand Sewa Ratna Award for Education in the year 2015? = Nisha Chaudhary
  • The Baiga tribes are usually found in the areas of ___________ = Ranchi, Singhbhum and Hazaribagh
  • What is the geographical area (in sq km) of Chatra district? = 3706 
  • Which of the following district’s names has its literal meaning as ‘center of iron mining’? = Lohardaga
  • In 1843, the present Gumla district of Jharkhand was brought under BISHUNPUR province that was further named __________ . = Ranchi

 झारखंड GK

  • In which year Latehar district was carved out from Palamu ? = 2001
  • In which year Betla National Park was notified as National Park ? = 1986
  • Which female archer from Jharkhand was awarded with Arjuna Award in 2012? = Deepika kri
  • Palkot Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in which district ? = Gumla
  • Before independence the entire area of Purbi Singhbhum district was part of the old ____________district. = Manbhum
  • Tilka Manjhi Rural Pump Scheme was started in the year____________ . = 2016
  • Damodar river passes by ____________. = Dhanbad, Giridih, Hazaribagh
  • What is the geographical area of Hazaribagh District ? = 4302 sq. km
  • Which of the following districts forms the southern boundary of Palamu district ? = Latehar
  • Which of the following is a major tribe found in Ranchi District ? = Oraon
  • Which of the following mines is the single largest mine of haematite in the country ? = Chiria

TRIBES OF JHARKHAND

  • In how many Agro-ecological regions, the state of Jharkhand has been divided? = 7
  • Zeeshan Quadri, a well known filmmaker and story writer was born in________. = Wasseypur
  • After the British conquest of Kolhan in 1837, Singhbhum was formed with_________as its headquarters. = Chaibasa
  • The dance usually performed in Machuaa Mahotsava in Jharkhand is ____________. = Bhaduriya
  • Mukunda Nayak is popular for which of the dance forms ? = Mardaani Jhumar
  • In Natuva dance, the turban used is commonly known as _______________ in Panch Pargana area. = Kaalga
  • Jharkhand-based writer Dr. Dwarika Prasad mainly writes in____________. = Hindi
  • Buru festival is usually celebrated in the month of __________. = December
  • What is the geographical area of Latehar District ? = 3651 sq. km
  • Barhait Valley lies in which of the following districts of Jharkhand ? = Sahibganj
  • In which year Lohardaga got the status of district ? = 1983
  • With which of the following two states Jharkhand shares its western boundaries ? = Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh
  • Which of the following districts does not share its boundaries with any of the neighbouring states which Jharkhand as a state shares its boundary with ? = Khunti
  • Keso, Akto, Gurio, Gukhana Nadi are the main tributaries of river_______ = Barakar
  • Jamtara is a district in Jharkhand created by separating from :- = Dumka
  • Government of Jharkhand has set a target to double farmer’s income. The deadline set to achieve this target is year_______. = 2022
  • In which year JHASCOLAMPF ( Jharkhand State Co-operative Lac Marketing & Procurement Federation Ltd )was formed ? = 1963
  • What amount (in Rs.) has been alloted by Government of Jharkhand in its budget for year 2017- 18 for establishment of Tana Bhagat Development Authority ? = 10 crores
  • What is Sendra? = Annual Collective hunting
  • Tusu Festival is celebrated with which of the following festivals? = Makar Sankranti
  • “The Grammatical Construction of the Ho language” was published in the year ____________. = 1840
  • Isko Caves are located in __________. = Hazaribagh
  • “Mukaddam” is the name given to the Village Chief in_________tribes. = Baiga
  • Aalha Udal is considered as the heroic personality of __________tribe. = Banjara
  • The Bathudi Tribe is also called _________. = Bhumij

झारखंड की नदियां

  • Shahpur Fort was built by ___________. = Gopal Rao
  • The only Anglo-Indian village located in Jharkhand is ___________. = Mccluskieganj
  • Thala, a musical instrument is prepared from __________. = Bronze
  • Which of the following dances is performed in Dussehra by teacher and student both together ? = Dasany
  • The place where the revolutionaries of Dhaka, Memon Singh and Kolkata were preaching secretly ? = Jamshedpur
  • The person who was shot dead in Deoghar on 26th August 1942 during the Quit India Movement was ________. = Asharfi Lal
  • Under the leadership of the commander of Mughal Emperor Akbar, the Mughal army invaded the Nagvanshi ruler Madhukaran Shah (Madhu Singh) of Chotanagpur, in 1585, defeated him and made him subordinate to the Mughals ? = Shahbaaz Khan Kambu
  • Bulu Imam is related to which tribal folk art ? = Sohrai and Kohbar
  • Pakur district is famous for which of the following ? = Stone and Beedi
  • What is the approx height (in feet) of Parasnath Hills ? = 4431
  • In which of the following year, Giridih district was formed ? = 1972
  • The population of Scheduled tribes is found to be highest in_____________district of Jharkhand. = Simdega
  • Lohardaga district was formed from the splitting of ____________. = Ranchi
  • What is the amount (in Rs.) given under Indra Gandhi Matritva Sahyog Yojana, in the state of Jharkhand ? = 6000
  • “Karma Pooja” in tribes resembles _____________ festival in Hinduism. = Rakshabandhan
  • DevakiNandan Prasad wrote the book____________. = Nidhre Aankhi Jalaankhi Paate
  • “Vidu Chaandan” is the first ever drama of Santali literature written by_____________. = Raghunath Murmu
  • Ghaghri Waterfalls are located at ___________. = Netarhat
  • Baiga Tribes consider ___________ as the sacred animal. = Tiger
  • “Eedi-mi” is the marriage form of _______ tribes. = Asur
  • Construction of Palamu Fort was started in which year ? = 1619 A.D
  • Baba Bansidhar temple situated at Nagar Untari has an idol made up of gold of Lord Krishna weighing _________. = 1280 
  • Dosmi dance uses ____________ form of music. = Langde
  • In Sohrai dance, females sing ___________. = Chumawadi
  • What was the main reason for the tribal movement ? = Exploitation of the oppressed
  • Who sticked the posters on the pillars entitled “Our Swadheen Bharat” in 1913 in Giridih ? = Nirmal Chandra Banerjee
  • Which king did Jahangir imprisoned in the fort of Gwalior as a punishment for not paying tax in 1616? = Durjan Sal

झारखंड के सदान

  • Which rebellion was suppressed in 1820-21 under Major Rafsez and in 1837 under Captain Wilkinson ? = Ho Revolt
  • Which of the following kings of Ramgarh was opposing the British from the beginning till the end ? = Mukund Singh
  • In which year, the first documentary in Jharkhand was made ? = 1964
  • Under whose leadership in the Santhal Pargana, the local women challenged the salt laws ? = Shailbala Ra
  • Who proclaimed “Aboua Raj Utezna, Maharani Raj Tudu” (i.e. Now Munda Raj has begun and Queen Victoria Raj has ended) ? = Birsa Munda

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