States of India Quiz! part-II

 

 

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Indian States most affected by Flood-states of India Quiz

Rank of states of India by Flood

State-wise Flood Prone Areas-States of India Quiz

 

State

Area liable to Floods (million Ha.)

Uttar Pradesh

7.336

Bihar

4.26

Punjab

3.7

Rajasthan

3.26

Assam

3.15

West Bengal

2.65

Haryana

2.35

Orissa

1.4

Andhra Pradesh

1.39

Gujarat

1.39

Kerala

0.87

Tamil Nadu

0.45

Tripura

0.33

Madhya Pradesh

0.26

Himachal Pradesh

0.23

Maharashtra

0.23

Jammu & Kashmir

0.08

Manipur

0.08

Delhi

0.05

Karnataka

0.02

Meghalaya

0.02

Pondichery

0.01

Total

33.516

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States & cities in India ranked in terms of temperature-States of India Quiz

Rank of states of India by temperature

Northern India

High °F

Low °F

Place

State

High °C

Low °C

91

67

Agra

Uttar Pradesh

33

19

90

67

Allahabad

Uttar Pradesh

32

19

87

60

Amritsar

Punjab

30

15

89

66

Bhopal

Madhya Pradesh

32

19

87

62

Chandigarh

Chandigarh

30

17

82

60

Dehradun

Uttarakhand

28

15

89

64

Indore

Madhya Pradesh

32

18

89

65

Lucknow

Uttar Pradesh

32

18

86

63

Ludhiana

Punjab

30

17

65

47

Mukteswar

Uttarakhand

19

8

88

66

New Delhi

Delhi

31

19

89

67

Patna

Bihar

31

20

62

50

Shimla

Himachal Pradesh

17

10

67

45

Srinagar

Jammu and Kashmir

20

7

90

67

Varanasi

Uttar Pradesh

32

19

Average annual temperatures

Eastern India

High °F

Low °F

Place

State

High °C

Low °C

87

68

Agartala

Tripura

31

20

89

71

Balasore

Orissa (Odisha)

32

22

91

72

Bhuba­neshwar

Orissa (Odisha)

33

22

69

57

Cherrapunji

Meghalaya

21

14

82

65

Dibrugarh

Assam

28

18

87

73

Gopalpur

West Bengal

30

23

85

67

Guwahati

Assam

29

19

72

58

Kohima

Nagaland

22

15

89

72

Kolkata (Calcutta)

West Bengal

32

22

91

70

Raipur

Chhattisgarh

33

21

85

65

Ranchi

Jharkhand

29

18

70

54

Shillong

Meghalaya

21

12

Temperatures averages for the year

Southern India

High °F

Low °F

Place

State

High °C

Low °C

85

66

Bangalore

Karnataka

29

19

92

76

Chennai

Tamil Nadu

33

24

90

70

Coimbatore

Tamil Nadu

32

21

90

70

Hyderabad

Telangana

32

21

94

75

Madurai

Tamil Nadu

34

24

88

76

Minicoy

Lakshadweep

31

25

86

66

Mysore

Karnataka

30

19

89

78

Pamban Island

Tamil Nadu

32

26

86

72

Port Blair

Andaman & Nicobar

30

22

92

75

Puducherry

Pondicherry

33

24

88

74

Thiruvanan­thapuram

Kerala

31

23

74

74

Vijayawada

Andhra Pradesh

23

23

91

75

Vishak­hapatnam

Andhra Pradesh

33

24

Annual average temperature

Western India

High °F

Low °F

Place

State

High °C

Low °C

94

69

Ahmedabad

Gujarat

34

21

90

65

Aurangabad

Maharashtra

32

18

90

66

Jaipur

Rajasthan

32

19

91

70

Kota

Rajasthan

33

21

88

75

Mumbai

Maharashtra

31

24

92

69

Nagpur

Maharashtra

34

20

89

63

Nasik

Maharashtra

32

17

89

74

Panaji

Goa

32

23

89

64

Pune

Maharashtra

32

18

93

68

Rajkot

Gujarat

34

20

92

71

Surat

Gujarat

33

22

94

69

Vadodara

Gujarat

34

21

 

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Rank of States of India with respect to Unemployment rates-States of India Quiz

Rank of states of India by unemployment (Unemployment Rates 2015-16 (per 1000))

Rank

State

Total

Urban

Rural

1

Tripura

197

172

203

2

Sikkim

181

168

184

3

Delhi

125

126

125

4

Himachal Pradesh

106

23

117

5

Goa

96

58

150

6

Arunachal Pradesh

89

52

93

7

Nagaland

85

141

69

8

Jharkhand

77

94

73

9

Uttar Pradesh

74

67

76

10

Jammu and Kashmir

72

36

83

11

Rajasthan

71

43

77

12

Uttarakhand

70

32

81

13

Assam

61

101

55

14

Punjab

60

62

59

14

Bihar

60

74

59

16

Manipur

57

70

49

17

Odisha

50

47

51

18

West Bengal

49

56

47

19

Meghalaya

48

134

28

20

Haryana

47

39

53

21

Madhya Pradesh

43

40

44

22

Tamil Nadu

42

36

45

23

Andhra Pradesh

39

44

38

24

Mizoram

30

49

15

25

Telangana

28

62

13

26

Maharashtra

21

23

20

27

Chhattisgarh

19

68

11

28

Gujarat

15

19

13

29

Kerala

9

7

10

Rank of states of India by development- States of India Quiz

Rank of states of India by development

Rank

State/Union Territory

HDI (2018)

1

Kerala

0.779

2

Chandigarh

0.775

3

Goa

0.761

4

Lakshadweep

0.750

5

Delhi

0.746

6

Andaman and Nicobar Islands

0.739

7

Puducherry

0.738

8

Himachal Pradesh

0.725

9

Punjab

0.723

10

Sikkim

0.716

11

Daman and Diu

0.708

Haryana

Tamil Nadu

14

Mizoram

0.705

15

Maharashtra

0.696

Manipur

17

Jammu and Kashmir

0.688

18

Uttarakhand

0.684

19

Karnataka

0.682

20

Nagaland

0.679

21

Gujarat

0.672

22

Telangana

0.669

23

Dadra and Nagar Haveli

0.663

24

Tripura

0.663

25

Arunachal Pradesh

0.660

26

Meghalaya

0.656

27

Andhra Pradesh

0.650

 India (average)

0.647

28

West Bengal

0.641

29

Rajasthan

0.629

30

Assam

0.614

31

Chhattisgarh

0.613

32

Odisha

0.606

33

Madhya Pradesh

0.606

34

Jharkhand

0.599

35

Uttar Pradesh

0.596

36

Bihar

0.576

Very High/High Human Development Index

  0.850–0.899

  0.800–0.849

  0.750–0.799

  0.700–0.749

Medium human development index

  0.650–0.699

  0.600–0.649

  0.550–0.599

  0.500–0.549

Low human development index

  0.450–0.499

  0.400–0.449

  0.350–0.399

  0.300–0.349

  0.250–0.299

  ≤0.250

 

Top 10 states in India famous for farming – Largest agricultural producing states

Rank of states of India by farming

1. West Bengal:

West Bengal is the largest producer of rice farming in India. Other than rice, jute, sesamum, and tobacco are known for farming in West Bengal.

2. Uttar Pradesh:

Uttar Pradesh is the major farming state in India. It ranks among-st the top states in India based on farming, especially rice, bajra, food grains, sugarcane, barley, and more. Wheat is the major crop produced by farmers in UP.

3. Punjab:

Punjab is given the third rank in farming. The crops focused in farming here include; wheat sugarcane, food grains, and cotton. Punjab is also known for its best irrigation system and plain lands ideal for farming.

4. Haryana:

Haryana enjoys the fourth rank in agricultural farming in India. Major crops produced are paddy, sunflower, sugarcane, and wheat. It is also the second largest producer for sunflower in India. We have some more names in the list of top states in India based on farming.

5. Madhya Pradesh:

Madhya Pradesh has gained great prominence in pulses farming. The farmers include farming of wheat and maize as their main source of income. Some names to remember are tur, urad, and soyabean.

6. Chhattisgarh:

The other name given to Chhattisgarh in relation to farming is; ‘Rice Bowl of Central India.’ Some of the main crops farmers put efforts in are; maize, rice, and millets. Did you know that rice is mainly focused in farming and about 77% of land is used for the same?

7. Odisha:

Being on the seventh rank, Odisha plays a major role in farming too. The main reason why it is one of the 10 Largest farming States of India is because 60% of people are farmers. About 87.46 lakh hectares of land is used to carry out farming activity. Castor cotton, jowar, bajra, and maize are some major produce.

8. Andhra Pradesh:

Farming occupies 62% of people in Andhra Pradesh. Rice being a major crop, more focus is paid in its farming. The state contributes about 77% of the total food grains.

9. Telangana:

Telangana contributes 114.84 lakh hectares of land for farming of rice, sugarcane, tobacco, and mango. Most people refer to the state as ‘Seed Bowl of the Country’.

10. Karnataka:

The major crops produced through farmers of Karnataka are; barley, sesame, peas, mustard, and wheat. Some more to name are millets, moong dal, red chillies, groundnuts, and cotton.

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Ranks of states of India by GDP-states of India Quiz

Rank of states of India by GDP

Rank

State/UT

Nominal GDP
(trillion INR, lakh crore ₹)

Data year[3][4][5][6]

1

Maharashtra

₹29.79 lakh crore (US$420 billion)

2019–20

2

Tamil Nadu

₹18.54 lakh crore (US$260 billion)

2019–20

3

Gujarat

₹17.01 lakh crore (US$240 billion)

2019–20

4

Karnataka

₹15.88 lakh crore (US$220 billion)

2019–20

5

Uttar Pradesh

₹15.79 lakh crore (US$220 billion)

2019–20

6

West Bengal

₹13.14 lakh crore (US$180 billion)

2019–20

7

Andhra Pradesh

₹10.80 lakh crore (US$150 billion)

2019–20

8

Rajasthan

₹10.20 lakh crore (US$140 billion)

2019-20

9

Kerala

₹9.78 lakh crore (US$140 billion)

2019–20

10

Telangana

₹9.69 lakh crore (US$140 billion)

2019–20

11

Madhya Pradesh

₹9.62 lakh crore (US$130 billion)

2019–20

12

Haryana

₹7.84 lakh crore (US$110 billion)

2019–20

13

NCT of Delhi

₹7.79 lakh crore (US$110 billion)

2018–19

14

Punjab

₹5.77 lakh crore (US$81 billion)

2019–20

15

Bihar

₹5.72 lakh crore (US$80 billion)

2019–20

16

Odisha

₹5.40 lakh crore (US$76 billion)

2019–20

17

Assam

₹3.74 lakh crore (US$52 billion)

2019–20

18

Chhattisgarh

₹3.63 lakh crore (US$51 billion)

2019–20

19

Jharkhand

₹3.29 lakh crore (US$46 billion)

2019–20

20

Uttarakhand

₹2.63 lakh crore (US$37 billion)

2019–20

21

Himachal Pradesh

₹1.68 lakh crore (US$24 billion)

2019–20

22

Jammu & Kashmir

₹1.38 lakh crore (US$19 billion)

2017–18

23

Goa

₹0.772 lakh crore (US$11 billion)

2018–19

24

Tripura

₹0.461 lakh crore (US$6.5 billion)

2017–18

25

Puducherry

₹0.359 lakh crore (US$5.0 billion)

2018–19

26

Meghalaya

₹0.330 lakh crore (US$4.6 billion)

2018–19

27

Chandigarh

₹0.318 lakh crore (US$4.5 billion)

2016–17

28

Arunanchal Pradesh

₹0.234 lakh crore (US$3.3 billion)

2017–18

29

Manipur

₹0.231 lakh crore (US$3.2 billion)

2017–18

30

Sikkim

₹0.222 lakh crore (US$3.1 billion)

2017–18

31

Nagaland

₹0.215 lakh crore (US$3.0 billion)

2016–17

32

Mizoram

₹0.176 lakh crore (US$2.5 billion)

2017–18

33

Andaman & Nicobar Island

₹0.066 lakh crore (US$930 million)

2016–17

Conclusion to the States of India Quiz!

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