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CG RAEO Model Questions 2023

RAEO Model Questions 2023 with Answer

Read model questions RAEO 2023. This page includes multiple choice questions for upcoming CG RAEO 2023 examination.

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RAEO Model Questions 2023

History of agriculture and agricultural institutions in India and Chhattisgarh

Question 01. Which is true about green revolution?

1. It was started in Mexico
2. Wheat varieties like Lerma Rojo and Sonora 64 were introduced on Indian soils during the mid 60’s
3. M. S. Swaminathan is father of wheat revolution
4. HYV came with the multiple objectives like increasing food production, seed production etc.

(a). Only 1 and 3 are true
(b). Only 1, and 2 are true
(c). Only 1, 3 and 4 are true
(d). Only 1, 2 and 3 are true

Question 02. Which is/are not true about SAMETI?

1. It was established on 19-05-2005
2. It was registered on 17-08-2006
3. SAMETI organizes trainig programmes only for farmers to transfer new technologies

(a). Only 1 is not true
(b). Only 2 is not true
(c). Only 3 is not true
(d). All are not true

Question 03. Which of the following agricultural app is hosted by IGKV?

(a). e-Haat
(b). Phulwari
(c). Both a and b
(d). Bhuiyan

Also read: Indian Agriculture GK: Questions Bank

ICAR institutions and their headquarters

Question 04. Which of the following is truly matched?

(a). ICAR-Central Institute for Arid Horticulture: Jodhpur
(b). ICAR-Central Institute of Cotton Research, Nasik
(c). ICAR-Central Institute of Sub Tropical Horticulture, Hyderabad
(d). ICAR- Indian Institute of Soil and Water Conservation, Dehradun

Question 05. Which is true about Indira sona?

1. It is a variety of rice developed in IGKV
2. It is a suitable variety for upland cultivation
3. It was released in the year 2008
4. It is a semi tall variety

(a). Only 1, 2 and 4 are true
(b). Only 1, 3 and 4 are true
(c). Only 1 and 4 are true
(d). Only 1 and 3 are true

Also read: Question Bank on ICAR Institutes

Agro-climatic zones of India and Chhattisgarh

Question 06. The plains of Chhattisgarh is dominated by which of the following soil group?

(a). Bhatha
(b). Matasi
(c). Dorsa
(d). Kachar

Question 07. How many co-operative sugar factories are there in Chhattisgarh?

(a). 4
(b). 3
(c). 5
(d). 2

Question 08. Which climatic zone of India does Chhattisgarh come under?

(a). Humid type
(b). Dry sub humid type
(c). Dry type
(d). None of the above

Question 09. Which of the following agroclimatic zone of Chhattisgarh receives lowest rainfall?

(a). Central plains
(b). Northern hill zone
(c). Southern plateau
(d). None of the above

Question 10. What is the total geographical area of Chhattisgarh plains?

(a). 56.68 lakh ha.
(b). 39.06 lakh ha.
(c). 28.57 lakh ha.
(d). 68.49 lakh ha.


Also read: Agronomy MCQ and Answer

Classification of crop

Question 11. On which of the following is the classification of crop not based?

(a). According to the season of growth
(b). According to cultural practice
(c). According to agronomical or economical aspects
(d). According to growth and development of a plant

Question 12. Which is not an edible oilseed?

(a). Seasamum
(b). Sunflower
(c). Castor
(d). Groundnut

Question 13. What are the objectives of tillage?

(a). Adequate seed-soil contact to permit water flow to seed and seedling roots, and improving soil aeration, which helps in multiplication of microorganism.
(b). Weed control, and soil and moisture conservation.
(c). To increase soil permeability and helps to increase of root penetration due to breaking hard pans and compacted layers.
(d). All of the above

Question 14. Which is true about sustainable agriculture?

1. Sustainable agriculture requires a system of local governance that promotes food security concerns in trade regimes and trade policies, and revisits agricultural policies to promote global agricultural markets.
2. To meet the growing food demand of the over 9 billion people who will exist by 2050 and the expected dietary changes, agriculture will need to produce 60 percent more food globally in the same period.
3. To  be sustainable, agriculture must meet the needs of present and future generations for its products and services, while ensuring profitability, environmental health and social and economic equity.

(a). Only 1 is true
(b). Only 2 is true
(c). Only 2 an 3 are true
(d). All are true

Question 15. Which of the following is a key challenge of sustainable agriculture?

(a). Competition over natural resources will continue to intensify
(b). Extreme weather events are expected to become significantly more severe in the future
(c). There is no clear integrated management of ecosystems and/or landscapes
(d). All of the above

Question 16. Which of the following statement is false against sustainable agriculture?

Statment 01: Improving efficiency in the use of resources is crucial to sustainable agriculture
Statment 02: Sustainability requires direct action to conserve, protect and enhance natural resources
Statement 03: Agriculture that fails to protect and improve rural livelihoods and social well-being is unsustainable
Statement 04: Sustainable agriculture must enhance the resilience of people, communities and ecosystems, especially to climate change and market volatility, and good governance is essential for the sustainability of both the natural and human systems

(a). 1 and 2
(b). 2 and 4
(c). 1, 3 and 4
(d). None of the above

Cultivated practices of field crops

Also read: Crop Production Objective MCQ

Question 17. What is the family of sunflower?

(a). Poaceae
(b). Asteraceae
(c). Solanaceae
(d). Malvaceae

Question 18. At what rate does the export of Kodo millet increase during 2015-2020?

(a). At around 3%
(b). At around 5%
(c). At around 2%
(d). At around 1%

Question 19. What is the sowing depth of green gram?

(a). 2-3 cm
(b). 4-5 cm
(c). 8-10 cm
(d). 6-7 cm

Question 20. What is the rank of Chhattisgarh in India in rice production?

(a). 3rd
(b). 2nd
(c). 5th
(d). 7th

Question 21. The entire maize crop may exhibit bleached appearance. What is th cause of this problem?

(a). Deficiency of iron
(b). Deficiency of zinc
(c). Deficiency mg
(d). None of the above

Question 22. Read the following statement

Edges of the leaves are fastened with webbing
Backward rolling of leaves
Larva feeds from margin to inwards

The above symptoms are caused by which insect in paddy?

(a). Leaf golder
(b). Skipper
(c). Whorl maggot
(d). Case worm

Question 23. Which is the major wilt disease of cotton?

(a). Verticillium wilt
(b). Fusarium wilt
(c). Bacterial wilt
(d). None of the above


Also read: MCQ On Irrigation System

Question 24. Which of the following dam is also known as Pandit Ravishankar Sagar?

(a). Hasdeo dam
(b). Gangrel dam
(c). Murrum silli
(d). Tandula dam

Question 25. Which of the following type of irrigation efficiency relates to the actual storage of water in the root zone to meet the crop water needs in relation to the water applied to the field?

(a). Water conveyance efficiency
(b). Reservoir storage efficiency
(c). Application efficiency
(d). None of the above

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