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Jharkhand Forest and Wildlife Conservation- 7th JPSC 2021

Important facts regarding Jharkhand Forest and Wildlife Conservation for 7th JPSC 2021 Prelims exam

  1. In which year was the Bhagwan Birsa Biological Park in Jharkhand established?

Ans. Bhagwan Birsa Biological Park established in 1954 in Ranchi, Jharkhand, India.

  1. Which district of Jharkhand has the minimum forest area?

Ans. Jamtara district of Jharkhand has the minimum forest area?

  1. Which is the largest wildlife sanctuary of Jharkhand?

Ans. Palamau  Wildlife Sanctuary with an area of 752 Km2 is the largest wildlife sanctuary of Jharkhand.

Jharkhand Forest and Wildlife Conservation
  1. What is the main objective of the eco-tourism policy of the state of Jharkhand?

Ans. Encouraging eco-tourism is the main objective of the eco-tourism policy of the state of Jharkhand.

  1. In which year was CAMPA notified in the state of Jharkhand?

Ans. CAMPA notified in the state of Jharkhand in 2009.

  1. In which year the first elephant reserve of the country was established in Jharkhand?

Ans. In 2001, Jharkhand become the first state in India to establish elephant reserve. It was established in Hazaribagh district of Jharkhand. Singhbhum Elephant Reserve of Jharkhand was the first elephant reserve in India.

  1. In which year was the Wildlife Protection Act passed?

Ans. Wildlife Protection Act passed in 1972.

  1. In which year was the Betla National Park established?

Ans. Betla National Park is a national park, established in 1986, situated on the Chota Nagpur Plateau in the Latehar and Palamu districts of Jharkhand, India.

  1. Jharkhands’ only National Park is located in which district?

Ans. Jharkhands’ only National Park is located in Latehar district.

  1. According to ISFR, 2019, what is the total forest area (percentage-wise) of Jharkhand?

Ans. According to the India State of Forest Report (ISFR) 2019, the total forest area (percentage-wise) of Jharkhand is 29.62%.

  1. What is the percentage of the land area of ​​Jharkhand state under Very Dense Forest (VDF)?

Ans. According to the Forest Status Report, 2019, the percentage of the land area of ​​Jharkhand state under Very Dense Forest (VDF) is 3.27%.

  1. The forests of Jharkhand are mainly classified in how many parts?

Ans. The forests of Jharkhand are mainly classified into two parts- the tropical moist deciduous and tropical dry deciduous forests

  1. Which zone of Jharkhand has the largest expansion of moderately dense forests?

Ans. Kolhan zone of Jharkand has the largest expansion of moderately dense forests.

  1. Which one of the trees found throughout Jharkhand for deriving alcohol?

Ans. Mahua is one of the trees found throughout Jharkhand for deriving alcohol

  1. When was JHARCRAFT formed?

Ans. JHARCRAFT (Jharkhand Silk Textile & Handicraft Development Corporation Ltd.) was formed in 2006 as a state government undertaking.

  1. Mahuadanr Wildlife Sanctuary is known for which animal?

Ans. Mahuadanr Wildlife Sanctuary is known for Wolf. It is located in Jharkhand.

  1. In which year was the elephant project launched in Jharkhand?

Ans. In 1992, the elephant project launched in Jharkhand.

  1. Gautam Budha Wildlife Sanctuary  is located in which district?

Ans. Gautam Budha Wildlife Sanctuary is located in koderma district of Jharkhand and Gaya district of Bihar.

  1. Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary is located in which district of Jharkhand?

Ans. Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary is located in East Singhbhum district of Jharkhand. It is situated near to city of Jamshedpur.

  1. Who made the first attempt to manage forests in Jharkhand region?

Ans. J.F. Habit made the first attempt to manage forests in Jharkhand region.

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