BA-PART-2 Geography -Geography Of Rajasthan (Q&A) One Week Series-Kota University

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BA-PART-2 Geography -Geography Of Rajasthan (Q&A) One Week Series-Kota University

Geography Of Rajasthan B.A. Part - II Paper - II Kota University Parth One Week Series 


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

University of Kota


Paper II - Geography of Rajasthan Duration 3 hrs. 75 Marks 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 Introduction: Formation and administrative setting of the State, Geological structure, Relief, Physiographic regions, Drainage, Climate, Soils, Natural vegetation.


Unit - II Agricultural aspects of the State, Food and commercial crops, Major irrigation sources, types and their intensity, Wasteland, Desertification and Desert development programmes. Live stock and dairy development.


Unit - III Power and energy resources, Conventional and Non-Conventional, Mineral resources & Industries.


Unit - IV Demographic structure, growth, distribution, density urban-rural occupational structure, literacy. Cultural heritage Geo- Tourism, Fairs and Festivals. Tribes of Rajasthan – Meena, Bhils, Saharia and Grarasia. Transportation and Trade.


Unit - V Geographical regions of Rajasthan, Detailed study of Marusthali, Aravalli, Hadoti, Eastern plain. Environmental problems of Rajasthan. Conservation and management of forest, water and soil. National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries. 

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