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Environmental Studies
CBCGS
2017-2018 December
Marks: 60

1)  Question No 1 is compulsory

2) Attempt any 3 from Q.2 to Q.6

3) Figures to the right indicate marks.


[15]1
[3]1.A

Explain depleting nature of forests: causes, effects and prevention.

Concept: Introduction to Depletion of Natural Resources
Chapter: [1] Overview of Environmental Aspects
[3]1.B

Explain the concept of socio-economic aspects of sustainable development .

Concept: Social, Economical and Environmental Aspects of Sustainable Development
Chapter: [2] Aspects of Sustainable Development
[5]1.C

What is meant by greenhouse effect? 

Concept: Consequences of Air Pollution - Greenhouse Effect
Chapter: [3.06] Air Pollution
[3]1.D

Write a short note on: Environment Clearance Mechanism.

Concept: Environmental Clearance, Consent and Authorization Mechanism
Chapter: [4] Pollution Control Legislation
[3]1.E

What are limitations of conventional sources of energy?

Concept: Importance of Renewable Sources of Energy
Chapter: [5] Renewable Sources of Energy
[3]1.F

Write a short note on ‘Water crisis’.

Concept: Global Crisis Related to – Population, Water, Sanitation and Land
Chapter: [1] Overview of Environmental Aspects
[15]2
[5]2.A

Write a detailed account of ‘Chipko Movement’.

Concept: Ecosystem
Chapter: [1] Overview of Environmental Aspects
[5]2.B

What are ‘3R control measures’?

Concept: Sources, Effects of Noise Pollution
Chapter: [3.02] Noise Pollution
[5]2.C

Define ‘Noise Pollution’.

Concept: Sources, Effects of Noise Pollution
Chapter: [3.02] Noise Pollution

Which are the sources of ‘noise pollution’ ?

Concept: Sources, Effects of Noise Pollution
Chapter: [3.02] Noise Pollution

What are the health effect of noise pollution ?

Concept: Sources, Effects of Noise Pollution
Chapter: [3.02] Noise Pollution
[15]3
[5]3.A

Explain principle, construction and working of electrostatic precipitator.

Concept: Cleaning of gaseous effluents to reduce air contaminants namely dust particle or particulate matters
Chapter: [3.06] Air Pollution
[5]3.B

Discuss the case study of cloudburst and landslide at kedarnath.

Concept: Global Crisis Related to – Population, Water, Sanitation and Land
Chapter: [1] Overview of Environmental Aspects
[5]3.C

How electricity is generated by using wind energy?

Concept: Principle and Working with Wind Energy
Chapter: [5] Renewable Sources of Energy
[15]4
[5]4.A

Discuss the case study of ‘London smog’.

Concept: Consequences of Air Pollution - Photochemical Smog
Chapter: [3.06] Air Pollution
[5]4.B

Write in detail of Food chain .

Concept: Food Web
Chapter: [1] Overview of Environmental Aspects

Write in detail of Food Web.

Concept: Food Web
Chapter: [1] Overview of Environmental Aspects
[5]4.C

Write a note on: Green Buildings – Concept and objectives.

Concept: Concept of Green Buildings
Chapter: [6] Technological Advances to Overcome Environmental Problems
[15]5
[5]5.A

What is land pollution? Discuss solid waste management.

Concept: Solid Waste Management by Land Filling
Chapter: [3.05] Land Pollution
[5]5.B

Which are renewable energy resources?

Concept: Importance of Renewable Sources of Energy
Chapter: [5] Renewable Sources of Energy

Write importance of renewable energy .

Concept: Importance of Renewable Sources of Energy
Chapter: [5] Renewable Sources of Energy
[5]5.C

Write a note on: Functions and power of Central Pollution Control Board.

Concept: Functions and Powers of Central and State Pollution Control Board
Chapter: [4] Pollution Control Legislation
[15]6
[5]6.A

What is nuclear pollution? Discuss fukushima disaster.

Concept: Sources and Effects of Nuclear Pollution
Chapter: [3.03] Nuclear Pollution
[5]6.B

What is an ecosystem? Discuss the classification of ecosystems with examples.

Concept: Ecosystem
Chapter: [1] Overview of Environmental Aspects
[5]6.C

Draw a schematic diagram of photovoltaic cell. Explain its principle and working.

Concept: Principle and working with schematic diagram of Hydropower
Chapter: [5] Renewable Sources of Energy

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