160+ Nagaland GK MCQs For 2022 NPSC Exam

Nagaland GK

Last Updated: 31 October 2021

This article contains Nagaland GK in the form of Multiple Choice Questions for You to read and understand easily. But before we get into Nagaland General Knowledge MCQs, let’s have a quick intro about this state!

Nagaland is one of the Seven Sisters states of Northeast India and the second smallest state of India by its total area. It is bordered by 3 Indian States (Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur) and 1 Country (Myanmar).

Nagaland has experienced insurgency and inter-ethnic conflict since the 1950s, limiting its economic development and tourism. There are many facts and figures to learn about this beautiful state and we have tried our best in researching and writing them down.

Important topics that are covered in this article:

  • History & Geography
  • Government & Politics
  • District & Divisions
  • MLA’s & Legislature
  • Nicknames & Awards
  • Dams & Rivers
  • Acronyms & Full Forms
  • Important Peoples of Nagaland, etc

Fascinating Facts About Nagaland


  • Nagaland is the only state in India to register a population decline of 0.5% between 2001 and 2011 (2001: 1,990,000 & 2011: 1,980,602)
  • The state animal of Nagaland “Mithun” weighs around 1000 Kg
  • Nagaland is home to more than 16 Major tribes and 6 Minor Tribes. There are also sizable populations of non-tribal communities like Bengalis, Marwaris, Nepalis, Punjabis and others living mostly around Dimapur City.
  • The state’s population is 2 Million+, out of which 88% are Christians
  • Article 371A of the Constitution states that no Act of Parliament would apply to the state of Nagaland in matters relating to religious or social practices of Nagas, Naga customary law and procedure, More on Q131
  • Naga tribes practiced head-hunting and preserved the heads of enemies as trophies as late as 1969
  • Dimapur Airport was built during the Second World War
  • There are 1,420 Commonwealth burials of the Second World War at the Kohima War Cemetery
  • Tourists from other states of India are not allowed to enter the state of Nagaland without an Inner Line Permit (ILP)
  • Mount Saramati stands tall between the borders separating between India and Myanmar

Read all the Nagaland GK Questions and Answers and boost your knowledge about the Indian State Nagaland. Best for exams like Nagaland Public Service Exams, State Competitive Exams, Bank Exams, and GK Olympiads.

Nagaland Gk MCQs


1. Which country is comparable with the size of Nagaland’s total area?
a) Eswatini
b) Lebanon
c) Cyprus
d) El Salvador

2. What is the total area of Nagaland?
a) 22,327 Km2
b) 21,081 Km2
c) 16,579 Km2
d) 10,486 Km2

3. What is the capital of Nagaland?
a) Kohima
b) Itanagar
c) Imphal
d) Dimapur

4. Which is the largest city of Nagaland?
a) Dimapur
b) Kohima
c) Mokokchung
d) Peren

5. Which country shares a border with Nagaland?
a) Tibet
b) Bangladesh
c) Nepal
d) Myanmar

6. How many Indian states share a border with Nagaland?
a) Two States
b) Three States
c) Four States
d) Five States

7. Which Indian state shares a border with Nagaland on the Northern Side?
a) Assam
b) Manipur
c) Meghalaya
d) Arunachal Pradesh

8. Which Indian state shares a border with Nagaland on the Western Side?
a) Assam
b) Manipur
c) Meghalaya
d) Arunachal Pradesh

9. Which Indian state shares a border with Nagaland on the Southern Side?
a) Tripura
b) Manipur
c) Meghalaya
d) Assam

10. Which region of Myanmar shares a boundary with Nagaland?
a) Sagaing Region
b) Kachin Region
c) Shan Region
d) Mandalay Region


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11. What is the Area rank of Nagaland out of 28 Indian states?
a) 23rd
b) 25th
c) 27th
d) 28th

12. When did Nagaland get its Statehood?
a) 1 December 1961
b) 1 December 1963
c) 1 December 1965
d) 1 December 1967

13. Which is the highest peak in Nagaland?
a) Glory Peak
b) Mount Paona
c) Mount Saramati
d) Japfu Peak

14. In which month is the Hornbill Festival of Nagaland celebrated?
a) September
b) October
c) November
d) December

15. In which year was the first Hornbill Festival held?
a) 1998
b) 1999
c) 2000
d) 2001

16. What is the other name for Hornbill Festival commonly popular amongst the Nagas?
a) Sekrenyi Festival
b) Festival of Festivals
c) Festival of Purification
d) Festival of the Konyak Nagas

17. What is the Motto of the Emblem of Nagaland?
a) Unity
b) Hope
c) Inspire
d) Live

18. What type of Legislature is the Nagaland Legislative Assembly?
a) Unicameral
b) Bicameral
c) Tricameral
d) Multicameral

19. How many seats does Nagaland have in the Rajya Sabha?
a) One
b) Two
c) Three
d) Four

20. How many seats does Nagaland have in the Lok Sabha?
a) One
b) Two
c) Three
d) Four


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21. How many Districts are in Nagaland?
a) 13 Districts
b) 12 Districts
c) 10 Districts
d) 7 Districts

22. Which is the largest district of Nagaland?
a) Peren District
b) Tuensang District
c) Phek District
d) Mokokchung District

23. Which is the smallest district of Nagaland?
a) Noklak District
b) Kiphire District
c) Dimapur District
d) Longleng District

24. Which areas were joined to form the centrally governed Naga Hills Tuensang Area?
a) Assam And Arunachal
b) Assam and Meghalaya
c) Meghalaya and Manipur
d) Manipur and Assam

25. Which district of Nagaland was created on 21 December 2017?
a) Noklak District
b) Kiphire District
c) Longleng District
d) Wokha District

26. When Nagaland was created in 1963, how many districts were Nagaland divided?
a) Two District
b) Three District
c) Four District
d) Five District

27. Which district of Nagaland was recently created that made the number of districts of Nagand twelve?
a) Noklak District
b) Dimapur District
c) Kiphire District
d) Zunheboto District

28. Which is the least Populous District of Nagaland?
a) Kiphire District
b) Noklak District
c) Longleng District
d) Peren District

29. Which is the most Populous District of Nagaland?
a) Dimapur District
b) Kohima District
c) Mokokchung District
d) Wokha District

30. Which district of Nagaland is located at the lowest elevation?
a) Mon District
b) Zunheboto District
c) Tuensang District
d) Dimapur District

List Of Districts Of Nagaland


No.DistrictHeadquarterArea (Km2)
1Tuensang DistrictTuensang2,536
2Peren DistrictPeren2,300
3Phek DistrictPhek2,026
4Mon DistrictMon1,786
5Wokha DistrictWokha1,628
6Mokokchung DistrictMokokchung1,615
7Kohima DistrictKohima1,463
8Zunheboto DistrictZunheboto1,255
9Noklak DistrictNoklak1,152
10Kiphire DistrictKiphire1,130
11Dimapur DistrictDimapur927
12Longleng DistrictLongleng562

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31. Which district of Nagaland is located at the highest elevation?
a) Phek District
b) Zunheboto District
c) Mokokchung District
d) Peren District

32. Who designed the official emblem of Nagaland (Mithun Bison)?
a) Merimvu Doulo
b) Neidonuo Angami
c) Silas Kikon
d) Piyong Temjen Jamir

33. When was the Emblem of Nagaland officially adopted by the Government of Nagaland?
a) 2003
b) 2005
c) 2007
d) 2009

34. Which Award was not received by any of the Naga people?
a) Bharat Ratna Award
b) Padma Shri Award
c) Padma Bhushan Award
d) Nari Shakti Puraskar

35. Who received the first Padma Bhushan Award?
a) Tokheho Sema
b) Rani Gaidinliu
c) S. C. Jamir
d) Lentina Ao Thakkar

36. Who received the first Padma Shri Award?
a) Mayangnokcha AO
b) Chubalemla AO
c) L. Kijungluba AO
d) Natwar Thakkar

37. Who was the first Governor of Nagaland?
a) B.K. Nehru
b) Vishnu Sahay
c) L.P. Singh
d) S. M. H. Burney

38. Who is the present Governor of Nagaland (2021)?
a) R. N. Ravi
b) Ashwani Kumar
c) Jagdish Mukhi
d) Padmanabha Acharya

39. Who was the first Chief Minister of Nagaland?
a) Vizol Koso
b) Hokishe Sema
c) T. N. Angami
d) P. Shilu Ao

40. Who is the longest-serving Chief Minister of Nagaland?
a) Vizol Koso
b) S. C. Jamir
c) Neiphiu Rio
d) Hokishe Sema

List Of Chief Ministers Of Nagaland


No.Chief MinisterTerm InTerm OutParty
1P. Shilu Ao
(Impur)
01 Dec 196314 Aug 1966NNO
2T. N. Angami
(Western Angami)
14 Aug 196622 Feb 1969NNO
3Hokishe Sema[1]
(Akuluto)
22 Feb 196926 Feb 1974NNO
4Vizol Koso[1]
(Southern Angami-II)
26 Feb 197410 Mar 1975UDF
5John Bosco Jasokie[1]
(Kohima Town)
10 Mar 197520 Mar 1975NNDP
~President’s Rule20 Mar 197525 Nov 1977
Vizol Koso[2]
(Southern Angami-II)
25 Nov 197718 Apr 1980UDF
6S. C. Jamir[1]
(Aonglenden)
18 Apr 198005 Jun 1980UDF-P
John Bosco Jasokie[2]
(Kohima Town)
05 Jun 198018 Nov 1982NNDP
S. C. Jamir[2]
(Aonglenden)
18 Nov 198228 Oct 1986UDF-P
Hokishe Sema[2]29 Oct 198607 Aug 1988INC
~President’s Rule07 Aug 198825 Jan 1989
S. C. Jamir[3]
(Mokokchung Town)
25 Jan 198910 May 1990INC
7K. L. Chishi
(Atoizu)
16 May 199019 Jun 1990INC
8Vamuzo Phesao19 Jun 199002 Apr 1992NPC
~President’s Rule02 Apr 199222 Feb 1993
S. C. Jamir[4]
(Aonglenden)
22 Feb 199306 Mar 2003INC
9Neiphiu Rio[1]
(Northern Angami-II)
06 Mar 200303 Jan 2008NPF
~President’s Rule03 Jan 200812 Mar 2008
Neiphiu Rio[2]
(Northern Angami-II)
12 Mar 200824 May 2014NPF
10T. R. Zeliang[1]
(Peren)
24 May 201422 Febr 2017NPF
11Shurhozelie Liezietsu22 Feb 201719 Jul 2017NPF
T. R. Zeliang[2]
(Peren)
19 Jul 201708 Mar 2018NPF
Neiphiu Rio[3]
(Northern Angami-II)
08 Mar 2018IncumbentNDPP
Acronyms
NNO: Nagaland Nationalist Organisation
UDF:
United Democratic Front
NNDP: Naga National Democratic Party
UDF-P: United Democratic Front—Progressive
INC: Indian National Congress
NPC: Nagaland People’s Council
NPF: Nagaland People’s Front
NDPP: Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party

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41. How many times President’s Rule was implemented in Nagaland?
a) 2 Times
b) 3 Times
c) 4 Times
d) 5 Times

42. Who is the first Deputy Chief Minister of Nagaland?
a) Shurhozelie Liezietsu
b) Yanthungo Patton
c) T. R. Zeliang
d) Neiphiu Rio

43. What is the ISO code for Nagaland?
a) NA
b) NL
c) NG
d) ND

44. What is the State Mammal of Nagaland?
a) Sangai
b) Sambar Deer
c) Mithun
d) Clouded Leopard

45. What is the State Bird of Nagaland?
a) Hornbill
b) Nongin
c) Blyth’s Tragopan
d) Imperial Pigeon

46. What is the State Fish of Nagaland?
a) Chocolate Mahseer
b) Grey Mullet
c) Walking Catfish
d) Golden Mahseer

47. What is the State Flower of Nagaland?
a) Madonna Lily
b) Jasmine
c) Rhododendron
d) Lady’s Slipper Orchid

48. What is the State Tree of Nagaland?
a) Alder
b) Sheesham
c) Indian Rose Chestnut
d) Gamhar

49. When was the State Of Nagaland Act signed?
a) 1960
b) 1962
c) 1964
d) 1966

50. The first European to enter Naga Hills in 1832 are Captain Jenkins and Captain ________?
a) Magellan
b) Pemberton
c) Rackham
d) Ferdinand


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51. In which year did the Battle of Kohima take place?
a) 1942
b) 1943
c) 1944
d) 1945

52. When was the Naga Memorandum submitted to the Simon Statutory Commission, requesting that the Nagas be exempt from reforms and new taxes proposed in British India?
a) 1927
b) 1929
c) 1931
d) 1933

53. Which Government of India Act ordered Naga areas as Excluded Area; meaning outside the administration of the British India Government?
a) 1931
b) 1933
c) 1935
d) 1937

54. Which Club of Nagaland later became the Naga National Council?
a) Naga Club
b) Kohima Club
c) Wokha Club
d) Peren Club

55. Who was the Prime Minister of India when Nagaland got its statehood?
a) Jawaharlal Nehru
b) Lal Bahadur Shastri
c) Indira Gandhi
d) Morarji Desai

56. The Naga Hills District was a former district of the _____?
a) Tripura
b) Arunachal Pradesh
c) Assam
d) Manipur

57. When was the Naga Hills District established?
a) 1866
b) 1868
c) 1870
d) 1873

58. When was the Naga Hills District disestablished?
a) 1955
b) 1957
c) 1959
d) 1963

59. When was the first democratically elected Nagaland Legislative Assembly constituted?
a) 1966
b) 1964
c) 1962
d) 1960

60. When is Nagaland Day celebrated?
a) 30th March
b) 11th February
c) 30th November
d) 1st December


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61. When was the Nagaland Peace Council formed?
a) 1968
b) 1970
c) 1972
d) 1976

62. How many Legislative Assembly constituencies are in Nagaland?
a) 57 Constituencies
b) 59 Constituencies
c) 60 Constituencies
d) 63 Constituencies

63. In which constituency, elections did not take place for the Legislative Assembly of Nagaland 2018?
a) Northern Angami I
b) Northern Angami II
c) Longkhim Sadar II
d) Seyochung Sitimi

64. Naga Hills lies on the border of Nagaland and ______?
a) Tibet
b) Arunachal Pradesh
c) Myanmar
d) Bhutan

65. Nagaland is also known as?
a) City of Dawn
b) Falcon Capital of the World
c) Land of Sunrise
d) Kohinoor of India

66. When did the Zünheboto District of Nagaland come into existence?
a) 19 December 1971
b) 19 December 1973
c) 19 December 1975
d) 19 December 1977

67. How many districts have been carved out of Tuensang District?
a) 2 Districts
b) 3 Districts
c) 4 Districts
d) 5 Districts

68. The town “Pfütsero” comes under which district?
a) Noklak District
b) Kiphire District
c) Peren District
d) Phek District

69. The Dzüko Valley is a valley located at the borders of the states of Nagaland and _______?
a) Assam
b) Meghalaya
c) Manipur
d) Arunachal Pradesh

70. How many districts of Nagaland share their boundary with Assam?
a) 3 Districts
b) 4 Districts
c) 5 Districts
d) 6 Districts


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71. How many districts of Nagaland share their boundary with Manipur?
a) 2 Districts
b) 3 Districts
c) 4 Districts
d) 6 Districts

72. How many districts of Nagaland share their boundary with Myanmar?
a) 1 District
b) 2 Districts
c) 3 Districts
d) 4 Districts

73. How many districts of Nagaland share their boundary with Arunachal Pradesh?
a) 1 District
b) 2 Districts
c) 3 Districts
d) 4 Districts

74. Which district of Nagaland shares its boundary with Assam as well as Manipur?
a) Peren District
b) Kohima District
c) Dimapur District
d) Phek District

75. Which district of Nagaland shares its boundary with Assam as well as Arunachal Pradesh?
a) Mon District
b) Noklak District
c) Mokokchung District
d) Tuensang District

76. Which district of Nagaland shares its boundary with Arunachal Pradesh as well as Mynamar?
a) Noklak District
b) Kiphire District
c) Phek District
d) Mon District

77. Which district of Nagaland shares its boundary with Manipur and Myanmar?
a) Phek District
b) Kohima District
c) Mon District
d) Zunheboto District

78. Which research center was established to conserve and protect the animal “Mithun” in the northeast?
a) Indian Agricultural Research Institute
b) Indian Veterinary Research Institute
c) Central Institute for Research on Buffaloes
d) National Research Centre on Mithun

79. Which is the most Populated district of Nagaland?
a) Kohima District
b) Dimapur District
c) Mon District
d) Mokokchung District

80. Which language is the official language of Nagaland?
a) English
b) Hindi
c) Nagamese
d) Ao


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81. Which language is widely spoken in Nagaland as per the 2011 Census?
a) Ao
b) Konyak
c) Lotha
d) Angami

82. Where is the Headquarters of Nagaland Baptist Church Council?
a) Kohima
b) Dimapur
c) Mokokchung
d) Wokha

83. Which religion is a majority in Nagaland?
a) Hinduism
b) Buddhism
c) Christianity
d) Islam

84. Which Indian state is known as the only predominantly Baptist state in the world?
a) Meghalaya
b) Nagaland
c) Mizoram
d) Manipur

85. Who is the Speaker of the Nagaland Legislative Assembly (2021)?
a) Kiyanilie Peseyie
b) Chotisuh Sazo
c) T. N. Angami
d) Vikho-o Yhoshü

86. Who is the present Deputy Speaker of the Nagaland Legislative Assembly (2021)?
a) Sharingain Longkümer
b) Imtikümzük Longkümer
c) Neiphiu Rio
d) Zhaleo Rio

87. Where is the High Court of Kohima Bench located?
a) Tripura High Court
b) Manipur High Court
c) Gauhati High Court
d) Andhra Pradesh High Court

88. Who is the Chief Justice of Gauhati High Court?
a) Ajai Lamba
b) Sudhanshu Dhulia
c) Sharad Arvind Bobde
d) K. G. Balakrishnan

89. When was the last Nagaland Legislative Assembly election held in Nagaland?
a) 27 February 2016
b) 27 February 2017
c) 27 February 2018
d) 27 February 2019

90. C. M. Chang, former Cabinet Minister of Nagaland held which Department before his death in October 2020?
a) Agriculture
b) Forest
c) Transport
d) Land revenue

Portfolio Of Cabinet Minister Of Nagaland


No.Cabinet MinistersPortfolioParty
1.Neiphiu Rio
Chief Minister
(Northern Angami-II)
1) Finance
2) Administrative & Personnel Reforms
3) Policy Issues
4) Other departments are not
allocated to a Minister
NDPP
2.Yanthungo Patton
Deputy Chief Minister
(Tyui)
1) Home
2) National Highways
BJP
3.Pangyu Phom
Longleng
Health & Family WelfareBJP
4.P. Paiwang Konyak
Tizit
1) Transport
2) Civil Aviation & Railways
3) Land Resources
BJP
5.Jacob Zhimomi
Ghaspani-I
Public Health EngineeringBJP
6.Kashiho Sangtham
Seyochung Sitimi
1) Soil & Water Conservation
2) Women & Child Development
3) Geology & Mining
BJP
7.Temjen Imma Along
Alongtaki
1) Higher education
2) Technical Education
3) Tribal Affairs
BJP
8.Neiba Kronu
Pfutsero
1) Planning & Co-ordination
2) Land revenue
3) Parliamentary Affairs
NDPP
9.Metsubo Jamir
Mokokchung Town
1) Urban Development
2) Municipal Affairs
NDPP
10.G. Kaito Aye
Satakha
1) Agriculture
2) Cooperative
NDPP
11.Tongpang Ozukum
Angetyongpang
Public Works DepartmentIND

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91. Who was the first Chairman of Kohima Municipal Council?
a) Yusuf Ali
b) John Bosco Jasokie
c) Kovi Meyase
d) Neilhouzhu Kire

92. When did Kohima Town Committee become Kohima Municipal Council?
a) 2004
b) 2005
c) 2006
d) 2007

93. When did the Kohima Town Council (KTC) come into existence?
a) 1955
b) 1957
c) 1959
d) 1961

94. Which political party of Nagaland introduced the first Chief Minister of Nagaland?
a) Indian National Congress
b) Nagaland Nationalist Organisation
c) United Democratic Front
d) Naga National Democratic Party

95. What is the total area of Kohima?
a) 15 Km2
b) 20 Km2
c) 25 Km2
d) 30 Km2

96. When was the town of Kohima founded?
a) 1678
b) 1778
c) 1878
d) 1978

97. In which year was Kohima officially declared to become the capital of Nagaland?
a) 1960
b) 1963
c) 1967
d) 1969

98. Where is the Hornbill Festival held every year in Nagaland?
a) Hukhai
b) Kisama
c) Khehuto
d) Khuhoi

99. Which National Highway passes through Kohima?
a) NH 2
b) NH 4
c) NH 129
d) NH 202

100. Which National Highway passes through Dimapur?
a) NH 27
b) NH 29
c) NH 602
d) NH 702

Festivals Of Nagaland


No.TribeFestivalCelebrated
1AngamiSekrenyiFebruary
2Ao1) Moatsu
2) Tsungremong
1) May
2) August
3Chakhesang1) Tsukhenyie
2) Sekrenyi
1) April/May
2) January
4Chang1) Kundanglem
2) Nuknyu Lem
1) April
2) July
5Dimasa Kachari1) Bushu
2) Jiba
1) January
2) April
6Khiamniungan1) Miu Festival
2) Tsokum
1) May
2) October
7Konyak1) Aoleang Monyu
2) Lao-ong Mo
1) April
2) September
8Kuki1) Mimkut
2) Chavang kut
1) January
2) November
9LothaTokhü EmongNovember
10Phom1) Monyu
2) Moha
3) Bongvum
1) April
2) May
3) October
11PochuryYemsheOctober
12RengmaNgadahNovember
13SangtamAmongmongSeptember
14RongmeiGaan-ngaiJanuary
15Sumi1) Ahuna
2) Tuluni
1) November
2) July
16Yimchungru1) Metumniu
2) Tsungkamniu
1) August
2) January
17Zeliang1) Hega
2) Langsimyi/Chaga Gadi
3) Mileinyi
1) February
2) October
3) March

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101. What is the total length of State Highways in Nagaland?
a) 1295 Km
b) 1095 Km
c) 995 Km
d) 995 Km

102. What is the IATA of Dimapur Airport?
a) IXA
b) DMU
c) DIM
d) DM

103. When was Nagaland first connected to the railway line?
a) 1900
b) 1903
c) 1906
d) 1909

104. How many railway stations are in Nagaland?
a) One
b) Two
c) Three
d) Four

105. Who laid the foundation stone of the 88-km rail line to bring Kohima (Dhansiri–Zubza line), the capital of Nagaland on the railway map of India?
a) Ashok Gajapathi Raju
b) Suresh Prabhu
c) Jyotiraditya Scindia
d) Hardeep Singh Puri

106. In how many phases will the railway project in Nagaland be executed?
a) Two Phases
b) Three Phases
c) Four Phases
d) Five Phases

107. What is the motto of Nagaland University?
a) Labour Triumphs
b) By Labour and Honour
c) Work Maketh A Man
d) Success Is Born Out Of Action

108. How many Autonomous Colleges are in Nagaland?
a) Two
b) Three
c) Four
d) Five

109. What is the motto of the National Institute of Technology Nagaland?
a) Excellence In Action
b) Education Is Power
c) Truth Alone Triumphs
d) Hard Work And Consistent Efforts

110. When was the National Institute of Technology Nagaland established?
a) 2006
b) 2008
c) 2010
d) 2012


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111. When was Nagaland University established?
a) 1984
b) 1989
c) 1991
d) 1994

112. Who is the present Vice-Chancellor of Nagaland Univeristy (2021)?
a) D. N. Buragohain
b) Pardeshi Lal
c) K.R.S. Sambasiva Rao
d) Pratap Jyoti Handique

113. When was Hari Prasad Gorkha Rai, a well-known Indian Nagaland-based Nepali language writer felicitated by Assom Sahitya Sabha?
a) 1944
b) 1975
c) 1987
d) 1989

114. Which Indian state is the Aki Kiti, a semi-contact combat sport belongs to?
a) Nagaland
b) Manipur
c) Madhya Pradesh
d) Telangana

115. The Sekrenyi Festival is mainly observed by which Naga Tribe?
a) Konyak Tribe
b) Angami Tribe
c) Ao Tribe
d) Chakhesang Tribe

116. In which district is the Ntangki National Park of Nagaland located?
a) Phek District
b) Kohima District
c) Tuensang District
d) Peren District

117. When was Ntangki National Park established?
a) 1923
b) 1927
c) 1975
d) 1993

118. Where is the headquarter of the National Research Centre on Mithun located?
a) Dimapur
b) Kohima
c) Peren
d) Mokokchung

119. When was National Research Centre on Mithun (NRCM) established?
a) 1966
b) 1977
c) 1988
d) 1998

120. Tetseo Sisters are a group of how many members?
a) Two Members
b) Three Members
c) Four Members
d) Five Members


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121. Tetseo Sisters belongs to which Naga Tribe?
a) Yimchunger Tribe
b) Chakhesang Tribe
c) Pochury Tribe
d) Zeme-Liangmai Tribe

122. Who was the first Member of Parliament (M.P.) from Nagaland?
a) T. Aliba Imti
b) Khyomo Lotha
c) Melhupra Vero
d) Hokishe Sema

123. Who is the present Member of Parliament from Nagaland (2021)?
a) C. Apok Jamir
b) K. G. Kenye
c) H. Khekiho Zhimomi
d) T. R. Zeliang

124. Where is Rangapahar Reserve Forest located in Dimapur?
a) Kohima
b) Dimapur
c) Noklak
d) Pangti

125. Which church is considered to be one of the largest church buildings in Asia?
a) Santhome Church
b) Morning Star Church
c) Sümi Baptist Church
d) St. Joseph’s Cathedral

126. In which district of Nagaland is the Sümi Baptist Church located?
a) Peren District
b) Longleng District
c) Mokokchung District
d) Zünheboto District

127. Which is the largest National Park/Sanctuary of Nagaland?
a) Fakim Wildlife Sanctuary
b) Singphan Wildlife Sanctuary
c) Ntangki National Park
d) Puliebadze Wildlife Sanctuary

128. What is Mon District of Nagaland famous for?
a) Folk Music
b) Handicrafts
c) Bee Culture
d) Bisons

129. Which Constitution Amendment Act provided reservation of seats in the Lok Sabha for the Scheduled Tribes in Nagaland, Meghalaya, Mizoram, and Arunachal Pradesh?
a) 53th
b) 55th
c) 57th
d) 59th

130. From which constituency Neiphiu Rio was elected as the Chief Minister?
a) Northern Angami-I
b) Northern Angami-II
c) Peren
d) Dimapur-II


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131. Under which article of the Indian Constitution does Nagaland have special provisions?
a) 371 A
b) 371 B
c) 371 C
d) 371D

132. The Development of Tribal Circuit: Peren-Kohima-Wokha Project” falls under the ambit of which Central Government Ministry?
a) Ministry of Tribal Affairs
b) Ministry of Tourism
c) Ministry of Cultural Affairs
d) Ministry of Home Affairs

133. Who is the first Lokayukta of Nagaland?
a) Justice Ajit Singh
b) Justice Vinod Kumar Sharma
c) Justice Subal Baidya
d) Justice Uma Nath Singh

134. Which Indian state held the Hornbill Festival for the first time?
a) Tripura
b) Meghalaya
c) Sikkim
d) Mizoram

135. Nagaland became the ____ state of India on 1st December 1963?
a) 16th
b) 18th
c) 19th
d) 22nd

136. What is the elevation of Mol Len mountain?
a) 2,088 m
b) 3,088 m
c) 4,088 m
d) 5,088 m

137. When was Doyang Hydro Electric Project commissioned?
a) 1998
b) 2000
c) 2003
d) 2007

138. How many Commonwealth burials of the Second World War at the Kohima War Cemetery?
a) 1082
b) 1917
c) 1946
d) 1420

139. How many completed Dams are in Nagaland?
a) 1 Dam
b) 2 Dams
c) 3 Dams
d) 4 Dams

140. Doyang Dam was built on which river?
a) Doyang River
b) Dhansiri River
c) Kushiyara River
d) Barak River


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141. Which is the longest river in Nagaland?
a) Kushiyara River
b) Dhansiri River
c) Barak River
d) Doyang River

142. What is the length of the Dhansiri River?
a) 152 km 
b) 252 km 
c) 352 km 
d) 452 km 

List Of Rivers In Nagaland


No.RiverOrigin
1BhogdoiNaga Hills
2ChatheAreas near Medziphema/Chumukedima of Dimapur
3DhansiriLaisang Peak of Nagaland
4DikhuNuroto Hills
5DoyangJapfü Hills
6DzuRusoma Village & Kijumetouma Village
7MikiSangphure Village
8MilakFlows through Mokokchung District
9TapiMon District
10ZungkiCentral Part of Nagaland

143. How many National Parks are in Nagaland?
a) One
b) Two
c) Three
d) Six

144. How many Wildlife Sanctuaries are in Nagaland?
a) Two
b) Four
c) Five
d) Seven

145. Which is the largest Wildlife Sanctuary in Nagaland?
a) Fakim Wildlife Sanctuary
b) Puliebadze Wildlife Sanctuary
c) Rangapahar Wildlife Sanctuary
d) Singphan Wildlife Sanctuary

146. Which is the smallest Wildlife Sanctuary in Nagaland?
a) Fakim Wildlife Sanctuary
b) Puliebadze Wildlife Sanctuary
c) Rangapahar Wildlife Sanctuary
d) Singphan Wildlife Sanctuary

147. When was Singphan Wildlife Sanctuary established?
a) 2003
b) 2007
c) 2009
d) 2011

National Parks & Wildlife Sanctuaries In Nagaland


No.NameDistrictEstablishedArea
1Intanki National ParkPeren District1993202.02 Km2
2Singphan Wildlife SanctuaryMon district200923.57 Km2
3Puliebadze Wildlife SanctuaryKohima District19809.23 Km2
4Fakim Wildlife SanctuaryKiphire District19806.4 Km2
5Rangapahar Wildlife SanctuaryDimapur District19864.7 Km2

148. Who was the first Naga Martyr to be killed by the Indian army?
a) S. C. Jamir
b) P. Shilu Ao
c) Zasibito Nagi
d) Vizadel Sakhrie

149. Who established the Naga Hills District Tribal Council?
a) J. H. Hutton
b) C.R. Pawsney
c) T. C. Hodson
d) J. P. Mills

150. When was Naga Hills District Tribal Council established?
a) 1943
b) 1945
c) 1947
d) 1949


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151. Who was the first speaker of the Nagaland Legislative Assembly?
a) Chotisuh Sazo
b) T. N. Angami
c) Vikho-o Yhoshü
d) Kiyanilie Peseyie

152. Who was the second Governor of Nagaland?
a) B.K. Nehru
b) L.P. Singh
c) S. M. H. Burney
d) Gopal Singh

153. Who is the Director-General of Police (DGP) of Nagaland (2021)?
a) S. R. Saravanan
b) T. John Longkumer
c) Sandeep M.Tamgadge
d) Renchamo P. Kikon

154. Mokokchung is the cultural nerve center of the ____ people?
a) Angami
b) Ao
c) Chakhesang
d) Chang

155. Which athlete from Nagaland represented India in archery in the 2012 Summer Olympics?
a) Talimeren Ao
b) Hitova Ayemi
c) Chekrovolu Swuro
d) Khwetelhi Thopi

156. Who was the first Director-General of Police (DGP) of Nagaland Police?
a) Neiba Newmai
b) Videlalie Zashumo
c) K. K. Zutshi
d) Soyimna Aier Koza

157. NL-01 is the vehicle registration code for which district in Nagaland?
a) Kohima
b) Mokokchung
c) Tuensang
d) Wokha

158. What is the nickname of Zunheboto town?
a) Land Of Birds
b) Land Of Churches
c) Land Of Warriors
d) Land Of Crafts

159. Which river of Nagaland is also known as the River of salt?
a) Zungki River
b) Dhansiri River
c) Miki River
d) Tizu River

160. What is the altitude of the Dzüko Valley?
a) 1452 m
b) 2452 m
c) 3452 m
d) 4452 m


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161. In which district is Dzüko Valley located in Nagaland?
a) Dimapur District
b) Peren District
c) Kohima District
d) Phek District

162. What is the border length of Nagaland with Myanmar?
a) 415 Km
b) 315 Km
c) 215 Km
d) 115 Km

Full-Forms Related To Nagaland


No.AcronymFull-Form
1DANDemocratic Alliance of Nagaland
2DEFDistrict Executive Force
3FSLForensic Science Laboratory
4ICARIndian Council of Agricultural Research
5INAIndian National Army
6KTCKohima Town Committee
7NAPNagaland Armed Police
8NAPTCNagaland Armed Police Training Centre
9NBCCNagaland Baptist Church Council
10NHDTCNaga Hills District Tribal Council
11NHTANaga Hills Tuensang Area
12NLANagaland Legislative Assembly
13NNANaga National Council
14NNCNaga National Council
15NPCNaga People Convention
16NPCNagaland Peace Council
17NPFNaga People’s Front
18NPTONagaland Police Telecommunication Organization
19NRCMNational Research Centre on Mithun
20NTPRNagaland Transitional Provisions Regulation
21PTSPolice Training School
22UDFUnited Democratic Front
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