P.B.S.–9 PAPER :2
Illustrate your answers with suitable sketches, maps and diagrams wherever necessary. These shall be drawn in the space provided for answering the question itself.
There are EIGHT questions divided into two Sections. Candidate has to attempt FIVE questions in all.
Question Nos. 1 and 5 are compulsory and out of the remaining, TWO are to be attempted choosing at least ONE question from each Section.
The number of marks carried by a question/ part is indicated against it.
Word limit in questions, wherever specified, should be adhered to.
Attempts of questions shall be counted in chronological order. Unless struck off, attempt of a question shall be counted even if attempted partly. Any page or portion of the page left blank in the Question-cum- Answer Booklet must be clearly struck off.
Q1. Answer the following in150 words each:
10 × 5 = 50 marks
a. On the outline map of India provided to you, mark the location of all of the following. Write in your TEST Booklet the significance of these locations, whether physical/commercial/economic/ ecological environmental/cultural, in not more than 30 words for each entry:
2 × 5 = 10
Similipal Biosphere reserve
b. Arcuate shape of Himalaya has a great impact over the variation in the climate and ecology of eastern and western section. Discuss.
c. Discuss the winter pattern of rainfall in India.
Discuss the soil profile of Red soil.
Land reform had several political aim inherent in it. Comment.
Q2.Answer following (20 + 15 + 15 marks)
Discuss the structure of Himalaya with special reference to the intensity of folding.
Explain the burst of monsoon and highlight the role of westerly jet in it.
c. Discuss the geological characteristic of Western Ghats.
Q3.Answer following (20 + 15 + 15 marks
India presents a model of Globe in itself. Discuss.
Discuss the reason for the changing location of cotton textile mills during British period.
c. Highlight the factors responsible for the under-development of water ways in India
Q4.Answer the following questions. (20+5+5 marks)
a. Discuss the reasons behind the difference in the development of western states and eastern states.
b. Socio-economic condition of green revolution states have great similarity with the West Asian Countries. Comment.
c."Reverse migration is a norm of a certain type of society". Elaborate this statement through Rostov model of growth.
Q5. Answer the following in150 words each: 10 × 5 = 50 marks
a. On the outline map of India provided to you, mark the location of all of the following. Write in your TEST Booklet the significance of these locations, whether physical/commercial/economic/ ecological environmental/cultural, in not more than 30 words for each entry: 2 × 5 = 10
5. Lake Pichola
Discuss the role of tourism in the national integration.
Various systems of settlement has its own socio-economic pattern. Discuss.
d.Discuss the reasons for intra regional variations in human development in the northern plain.
e. Give an account of the measures taken by the government to ensure that India will not face demographic disaster.
Q6.Answer the following. (20+15+15marks)
India's smart city projects pose a greater challenge to the policy makers. Discuss.
Political Challenges faced in Interlinking of rivers in India far outweigh the economic challenges. Discuss.
Discuss the rural growth centre strategy for regional planning in india with suitable examples.
Q7.Answer following (20 + 15+15marks)
Increasing urban slums are reflection of rural area distress, examine.
Reverse pearl of strings concept is an aggressive gesture to the pearl of strings. Examine the steps taken in this direction.
Socio economic factors have direct bearing on population growth; elaborate.
Q8.Answer the following. (25+ 25 marks)
Present a brief account of functional classification of town with special reference to India.
Regional variation in demographic level in India is more a boon than a bane. Discuss
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