Locational Setting - India
Structure of India
Population and Human Settlements
Population of India compared to six countries
National and State Level Patterns of Population Distribution
Pattern of Population Growth in the Last Three Decades; Implications for Development
Migration Trends Over the Last 25 Years
Demographic attributes at National level
Resources of India and Their Utilisation
Need for Environmental Management Vis-à- Vis Development.
Water Resources and Types of Irrigation
Agriculture: Types, Development and Problems
Fishing in India, Japan and Bangladesh.
Sources of Energy
Railways, Roadways, Water Transport (Inland and Coastal), Air Transport, Pipelines - These Modes of Transport Are to Be Studied with Regard to
Communication – Importance of Communication in Rural Development and Its Policy. Importance of Infrastructure as Key to the Development of an Industrial Economy.
Study of the Location and Distribution of Important Industrial Centres; a General Comparison of Disparities.
Major and Minor Industrial Regions – Factors Governing Their Growth
Location, production and growth of the following industries
Regional Economic Development
- The three-fold physiographic divisions: the Himalayan mountain complex, the
Indus-Ganga-Brahmaputra Plains and the
- Three physical divisions with reference to their extent, altitude, slope and landform
characteristics - Coastal Plains, Islands, Drainage (i.e. rivers) and drainage
With reference to the extent of India, write the angular values of the points marked as (a), (b), (c) and (d) in the map given below :
Answer the following question:
Name any two narrow gauge railway lines present in the Himalayan region.
Answer the following question.
Name the two rivers that make the easternmost and the westernmost limits of Kumaon Himalayas.