Multiple-Choice Questions or Objective-Type Questions on Rivers of India [Free PDF Included]

Are you making yourself ready for the upcoming examinations? In this article, I will display some Multiple-Choice Questions on Rivers of India that will boost you in assessments and oral exams. Also, I will give one Worksheet on Major Rivers of India and you may practice by solving the worksheet.

In the last section, there will be a Quiz on the Rivers of India. Appear for the test and fall in love with studying a lot of objective-type questions.

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Now, let’s start with the objective-type questions or Oral questions.

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MCQ questions or Viva Questions on Rivers of India for class 4

  • The place where a river starts its journey or its origin is known as:
  1. The course of a river
  2. Source of a river
  3. The mouth of a river
  4. Tributary

Ans: (2)

  • The route that the river takes to drain its water to a larger water body is known as:
  1. The course of a river
  2. Source of a river
  3. The mouth of a river
  4. Tributary

Ans: (1)

  • The end of a river where it flows into the sea or an ocean or a lake is known as:
  1. The course of a river
  2. Source of a river
  3. The mouth of a river
  4. Tributary

Ans: (3)

  • The small river that joins a big river is known as:
  1. The course of a river
  2. Source of a river
  3. The mouth of a river
  4. Tributary

Ans: (4)

  • A stream that branches off and flows away from a mainstream channel is known as:
  1. Confluence
  2. Basin
  3. Watershed
  4. Distributary 

Ans: (4)

  • The place where the branched river joins the main river is known as:
  1. Confluence
  2. Basin
  3. Watershed
  4. Distributary 

Ans: (1)

  • The area of land which is drained by a river is known as:
  1. Confluence
  2. Basin
  3. Watershed
  4. Distributary 

Ans: (2)

  • The high ground that separates one river basin from another river basin is known as:
  1. Confluence
  2. Basin
  3. Watershed
  4. Distributary 

Ans: (3)

  • The bottom of a river which is made up of rocks, mud, or sand is known as:
  1. River bank
  2. River bed
  3. Flood plain
  4. Upstream

Ans: (2)

  • The two sides of the two grounds at the two edges of a river are known as:
  1. River bank
  2. River bed
  3. Flood plain
  4. Upstream

Ans: (1)

  • The direction in which the river flows towards the sea is known as:
  1. River bank
  2. Downstream
  3. Flood plain
  4. Upstream

Ans: (2)

  • The water of a river flows in the north direction. The way towards the south is known as:
  1. River bank
  2. Downstream
  3. Flood plain
  4. Upstream

Ans: (4)

  • The flat area around a river that often gets flooded during Monsoon is known as:
  1. River bank
  2. River bed
  3. Flood plain
  4. Upstream

Ans: (3)

  • Find the odd one:
  1. Ganga
  2. Yamuna
  3. Kaveri
  4. Narmada

Ans: (4) . Narmada is a seasonal river

  • Seasonal rivers are:
  1. Perennial river
  2. Non-perennial river
  3. Can’t say

Ans: (2)

  • Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati meet at _.
  1. Devprayag
  2. Allahabad
  3. Indo-Gangetic Plain
  4. None of these

Ans: (2)

  • The Bhagirathi meets the river Alakananda at:
  1. Devprayag
  2. Allahabad
  3. Indo-Gangetic Plain
  4. None of these

Ans: (1)

  • The largest delta is situated at
  1. Sandakphu
  2. Sundarban
  3. Kashmir
  4. None of these

Ans: (2)

Worksheet on Rivers of India (F.M=30)

Short Questions: 5×2=10

  1. Differentiate between Perennial River and Non-Perennial River
  2. Define Confluence with a suitable example.
  3. List the tributaries of the Ganga.
  4. Define the estuary with a suitable example.
  5. Write the importance of the rivers.

Tick the correct answer and fill in the blanks. 12×1=12

  1. Rivers and their _ are the main channels of water_ in India.
  2. Drinking water is also called_ water.
  3. The _ rivers have water throughout the year.
  4. A _ is built across the river to _ its flow.
  5. The _ is the largest delta in the world.
  6. The _ rivers are those which don’t have water throughout the year.
  7. The _ and _ flow into the Arabian Sea.

Define the following: 4×2=8

  1. Source of a river
  2. The course of a river
  3. The mouth of a river
  4. Basin

Quiz on Rivers of India

Dear lovely students! Here is the quiz for you on Major Rivers of India. First, study the chapter thoroughly and solve the quiz. Best wishes.

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Quiz on Rivers of India

1 / 10

The confluence of Bhagirathi takes place with the river _ at Devprayag.

2 / 10

Through which Indian Union Territory, the Jhelum river flows?

3 / 10

Triveni Sangam is located in:

4 / 10

Two rivers that drain into the Arabian Sea are:

5 / 10

Hoogly river is the distributary of _.

6 / 10

The city of Joy is located on the _ bank of the _ river.

7 / 10

Towards which direction the Peninsular region slopes?

8 / 10

The river Brahmaputra enters and flows through Bangladesh with the name:

9 / 10

The mighty Ganga river originates from the

10 / 10

Which of the following river is not a tributary of the Ganga?

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Conclusion

I hope that the Multiple-Choice Questions on Rivers of India will help you in your school examinations and different types of competitive examinations. If you have any queries on Rivers of India, please make me lucky by answering your questions. Best wishes, Children! Wish you a great career ahead!

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