Assam GK 2020, Important Facts about Assam for all Competitive Exams



Assam GK 2020, Important Facts about Assam for all Competitive Exams

Assam GK For All Cometitive Exams

Assam GK is the most important part of every competitive examinations. It constitutes approximately 20% to 30% marks out of total marks. Therefore it is very important to focus in this topic deeply.

Hello friends, In this article, I am going to share with you the most important part of Indian KG  i.e. Assam GK which is very important for both State and Central Government Competitive examinations.

If you are amongst those who want to learn Assam General Knowledge in simple English language then this post is probably for you which will help you to learn better.


v  The largest tea producer in India.

v  Assam is India’s first state where AFSPA was commanded.

v  The world’s both largest and smallest river island Majuli and Umananda is situated in the river of Brahmaputra.

v  The Assam is known as “The land of Red River and Blue Hills”

v  World Heritage sites Kaziranga national park and Manas wildlife sanctuary is situated in Assam

v  Asia’s oldest refinery Digboi is situated in Assam.

v  Here situated the world’s biggest weaving village “Sualkuchi”.

v  “Dhekiakhowa Bornamghor” house, the lamp of which has never been turned off since 1461.


Some most important topics of Assam History are in below:

Ø  State Assam was founded in 15th August 1947.

Ø  Capital formed in 26th January 1950

Ø  Prior to 1973 Shillong was the capital of Assam and from 1973 Dispur became the capital of Assam.

Ø  Piyoli Borphukan was hanged by the British government on 24 September  1830.


Ø  Assam share78,438 square kilometre i.e. 2.9% of the total land area of India.

Ø  The population density in Assam is 397 per Square kilometre

Ø  In the north of Assam Bhutan and Arunachal Pradesh is situated.

Ø  Nagaland and Manipur are situated on the East of Assam.

Ø  Meghalaya, Tripura, Mizoram and Bangladesh is situated on the south side of Assam.

Ø  West Bengal is on the West side of Assam.

Ø  The soil found in Assam are Alluvial soil, piedmont soil, hill soil and Lateritic soil.

Ø  The major crops grown in Assam are jute, sugarcane, legume, coconut, potatoes and cotton.

Ø  The total forest area in Assam is 1,424  Square kilometre.

Ø  The climate of Assam is tropical Monsoon.

Ø   Some important rivers in Assam are

1. pagladia,

2. kopili,

3. umrong nalah,

4 .subansiri,

5. borpani river.

Ø  Some important lake in Assam are

1.       chandubi lake,

2.       chapanala lake,

3.       Haflong lake,

4.       son Beel lake.

Ø  The important dams in Assam are

1. Pagladia ( in Pagladia river), 

2. Khandong(in kopili river),

3. Umrong(in umrong Nalah),

4. Subonsiri Lower Dam(in Subonsiri river),

5. Karbi Langpi Dam( in karbi Langpi Dam)

Ø  National Parks in Assam are:

1.       Dibru-Saikhowal National Park(350 Sq. km),

2.       Kaziranga National Park(430 Sq. km)

3.       Orang National Park( 78.81 Sq. km),

4.       Nameri National Park(200 Sq. km), and

5.       Manas National Park(950 Sq. km)

Ø  Some of the most wildlife sanctuaries in Assam are:

1.       Amchang wildlife sanctuary situated in kamrup,

2.       Bondi wildlife sanctuary situated in Udalguri district

3.       Barail wildlife sanctuary situated in Silchar

4.       Bura Chapori wildlife sanctuary situated in Sonitpur

5.       Deepor Beel wildlife sanctuary situated in Guwahati

6.       Dehing Patkai wildlife sanctuary situated in Digboi

7.       East Karbi angling wildlife sanctuary situated in Diphu

8.       Nambor Doigrung wildlife sanctuary situated in Golaghat

9.       Pobitora wildlife sanctuary situated in Guwahati

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