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Geography Of India B.A. Part - III Paper - II Parth One Week Series  (2021)  (English Medium)

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Author: Parth
Book Code: OBM/18/12/11321
Publisher: Parth Publishers
University: University of Kota (UOK)
Geography Of India B.A. Part - III Paper - II Parth One Week Series

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Geography Of India B.A. Part - III Paper - II Parth One Week Series

 

 

This book is written in English language in question answer series according to syllabus of Kota University.

 Paper – II -GEOGRAPHY OF INDIA

Duration 3 hrs. Max.Marks : 75

Note : The question paper will contain three sections as under – Section-A : One compulsory question with 10 parts, having 2 parts from each unit, short answer in 20 words for each part. Total marks : 10 Section-B : 10 questions, 2 questions from each unit, 5 questions to be attempted, taking one from each unit, answer approximately in 250 words. Total marks : 35 Section-C : 04 questions (question may have sub division) covering all units but not more than one question from each unit, descriptive type, answer in about 500 words, 2 questions to be attempted. Total marks : 30

Unit – I Locational importance of India in the context of South and South-East Asia. Unity within diversities. Relief, Drainage, Climate–Indian Monsoon, Soils and Natural Vegetation and Wild life.

Unit – II Agriculture : Wheat, Rice, Sugarcane, Tea, Coffee, Rubber and Cotton. Agricultural regions of India. Green Revolution. Minerals and Power Resources - Distribution, Production and Conservation.

Unit – III Industries : Location, Distribution and Production of Iron & Steel, Textile, Paper-Pulp, Chemical Fertilizers, Cement. Industrial regions of India. Transportation – Land, Air and Water. International Trade.

Unit – IV Population : Growth, Distribution, Density, Urban-Rural, Urbanisation, Population-explosion. Population Problems, Policies and Planning.

Unit – V Contemporary Issues : Regional disparity, Poverty, Globalization. Impact of Development on Environment. Social and Ethnic Tension. Gender Discrimination and Empowerment of Women.

 

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