Water Resources of Pakistan solved MCQs

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1. Indus river originate from:

a. Azad Kashmir

B. Western Tibet

c. Kashgar

d. Upper Sindh

2. The length of Indus river is:

a. 2736 km

B. 2803 km

c. 2990 km

d. 3050 km

3. The maximum discharge of water in Indus River undernormal climatic conditions is around:

a. 63 MAF

B. 73 MAF

c. 83 MAF

d. 93 MAF

4. Chenab river originate from the mountainous range of:

a. Suleman

B. Karakoram

c. Himalayas

d. Hindu Kush

5. The length of Chenab river is:

a. 974 km

B. 1230 km

c. 1350 km

d. 1403 km

6. The maximum discharge of water in Chenab river undernormal climatic conditions is around:

a. 18 MAF

B. 22 MAF

c. 26 MAF

d. 30 MAF

7. Which of the following rivers rises from a deep spring at Vernag, in the Indian held section of Jammu and Kashmir state:

a. Ravi

B. Jhelum

c. Kabul

d. Sutlej

8. Jhelum river join Chenab river near:

a. Trimmu

B. Marala

c. Punjnad

d. None of the Above

9. The maximum discharge of water in Jhelum river undernormal climatic conditions is around:

a. 17 MAF

B. 19 MAF

c. 22 MAF

d. 23 MAF

10. Ravi river originate in the Indian state of:

a. Orissa

B. Hamachel Pardesh

c. Andra Pardesh

d. Utter Pardesh

11. River Kabul joins the Indus river at:

a. Mohmand Agency

B. Attock

c. Peshawar

d. Gilgit

12. River Kabul originate from north eastern Afghanistan, itslength is:

a. 480 km

B. 550 km

c. 580 km

d. 705 km

13. The total storage capacity of different water reservoirs inPakistan is around:

a. 17.1 MAF

B. 22.2 MAF

c. 34.5 MAF

d. 39.1 MAF

14. Tarbela Dam was constructed in 1976 on:

a. Indus river

B. Jhelum river

c. Chenab river

d. Kabul river

15. The total storage capacity of Tarbela Dam under normalclimatic conditions is:

a. 7.5 MAF

B. 8.3 MAF

c. 9.7 MAF

d. 11.6 MAF

16. The main purpose for constructing of Tarbela Dam was:

a. Irrigation

B. Hydropower generating

c. Both the above

d. None of the above

17. The world's twelfth largest earthfill dam is:

a. Salal Dam (Jammu & Kashmir)

B. Aswan Dam (Egypt)

c. Mangla Dam (Pakistan)

d. None of the above

18. Mangla Dam was constructed on river Jhelum in:

a. 1960

B. 1962

c. 1966

d. 1969

19. The gross water storage capacity of Mangla Dam is:

a. 5.88 MAF

B. 4.77 MAF

c. 3.55 MAF

d. 2.66 MAF

20. Hydropower generating capacity of Mangla Dam is:

a. 200 MW

B. 500 MW

c. 700 MW

d. 1000 MW

21. Chashma Barrage was built in 1971 on river:

a. Jhelum

B. Beas

c. Indus

d. Sutlej

22. The main purpose of Chashma Barrage is:

a. Hydro power generating

B. Irrigation of land

c. Controlling water logging and salinity problem

d. Providing water to the Tarbela Lake

23. The live water storage capacity of this Barrage is:

a. 0.61 MAF

B. 1.7 MAF

c. 2.2 MAF

d. 2.9 MAF

24. Warsak Dam was built in 1960 on river:

a. Indus

B. Jhelum

c. Dasht

d. Kabul

25. The storage of water capacity of Warsak Dam is around:

a. 0.04 MAF

B. 0.06 MAF

c. 1.2 MAF

d. 0.09 MAF

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