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1)Which one of the following states has the highest road density? - CBSE Geography

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2)Why is conservation of mineral resources essential? Explain any three methods of conserving mineral resources. - CBSE Geography

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3)Define water scarcity. Explain any two causes of water scarcity in India. -CBSE Geography.

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4)Describe four geographical conditions required for the growth of wheat. Mention the two major wheat producing zones in India. - CBSE Geography

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5)What are the ways to classify resources? - CBSE Geography

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6)Why is there a need to conserve resources? What was Gandhiji’s opinion regarding the conservation of resources?- CBSE Geography

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7)Explain the classification of resources on the basis of exhaustibility. CBSE Geography

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8)What is sheet erosion? - CBSE Geography

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9)Which soil is well known for its capacity to hold moisture? Give reason. - CBSE Geography

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10)How does over irrigation lead to land degradation?- CBSE Geography

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11)What are shelter belts?- CBSE Geography

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12)What is contour ploughing? -CBSE Geography

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13)What is strip cropping? -CBSE Geography

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14)What is leaching? Name the soils which develop due to leaching. -CBSE Geography

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15)Discuss the problems which have been caused due to over utilization of resources. -CBSE Geography

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16)India has enormous diversity in the availability of resources.’ Explain. -CBSE Geography

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17)Explain the major factors which are responsible for the formation of soil. -CBSE Geography

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18)Humus content of the laterite soil is very low. Explain by giving two reasons. -CBSE Geography

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19)What is resource planning? Mention the steps which are involved in resource planning. -CBSE Geography

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20)How is land a natural resources of utmost importance? Explain with four facts. -CBSE Geography

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21)Distinguish between Khaddar and Bhangar. -CBSE Geography

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22)Mention any four characteristics of black soil.- CBSE Geography

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23)How is red soil formed? Mention its three characteristics. -CBSE Geography

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24)Mention any four features of the arid soils. -CBSE Geography

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25)Explain any four proper farming techniques which can be used for soil conservation. -CBSE Geography

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26)What steps can be taken to control soil erosion in the hilly areas?- CBSE Geography

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27)What is flora? What is its importance?-CBSE Geography

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28)How is Mountain soil (Forest soil) formed? Mention any four characteristics of forest soil. -CBSE Geography

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29)What is Himalayan Yew? What is its importance?-CBSE Geography

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30)State the steps needed to conserve wildlife.-CBSE Geography

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31)How do forests play a protective as well as a productive role? -CBSE Geography

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32)How does deforestation affect the poor households? -CBSE Geography

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33)State the factors responsible for the bad quality of water. -CBSE Geography

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34)Which river is known as River of sorrow? Why? -CBSE Geography

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35)Why are multipurpose projects developed after independence? -CBSE Geography

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36)State the main objectives of traditional dams. -CBSE Geography

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37)How is fresh water obtained? -CBSE Geography

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38)“Overpopulation or large and growing population can lead to water scarcity.” Explain.- CBSE Geography

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39)‘Large multipurpose projects also leads to land degradation. Explain. -CBSE Geography

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40)Why multipurpose river valley projects are called the new temples of Modern India? -CBSE Geography

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41)How may the multipurpose river projects become harmful for the country? Explain with four examples. -CBSE Geography

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42) Write a short note on Narmada Bachao Andolan. -CBSE Geography

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43)Distinguish between Surface water and ground water. -CBSE Geography

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44)Define the term rainwater harvesting. State any five objectives of rainwater harvesting. -CBSE Geography

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45) Discuss how rainwater harvesting in semi-arid and arid regions of Rajasthan is carried out. -CBSE Geography

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46)Mawsynram is the region of highest rainfall, yet it faces acute shortage of water. Why? -CBSE Geography

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47)What is package technology? What was its result? -CBSE Geography

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48)What is slash and burn agriculture? Mention its local names by mentioning the state or region. -CBSE Geography

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49)Mention any four features of primitive subsistence farming? -CBSE Geography

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50)Mention any three characteristics of the shifting agriculture. -CBSE Geography

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51)What is white revolution? -CBSE Geography

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52)What is comprehensive land development programme? -CBSE Geography

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53)Distinguish between rotation of crops and Multiple cropping. -CBSE Geography

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54)Why is agriculture is called the mainstay of Indian economy? -CBSE Geography

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55)“Today Indian farmers are facing a big challenge from international competition.” What are the various factors responsible for this situation? -CBSE Geography

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56)Mention any four steps which have been taken by the Indian government to modernize the Indian agriculture. -CBSE Geography

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57)Explain any four factors which have hindered the pace of agricultural development in India. -CBSE Geography

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58)How did the partition of country in 1947 affect the jute industry? -CBSE Geography

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59)What factors are responsible for increasing number of suicides among the Indian farmers? -CBSE Geography

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60)What is H.B.J.? -CBSE Geography

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61)What is biogas? -CBSE Geography

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62)How do minerals occur in igneous and metamorphic rocks? -CBSE Geography

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63)‘Minerals in India are unevenly distributed’. Explain. -CBSE Geography

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64)Compare the Gondwana coal fields with the Tertiary coal fields. -CBSE Geography

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65) What is tidal energy? Name the region of India which provides ideal conditions for utilizing tidal energy. -CBSE Geography

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66)Distinguish between Anthracite and bituminous coal. -CBSE Geography

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67)Why is there a need for resource planning? -CBSE Geography

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68)What is a national park? -CBSE Geography

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69)Name the cropping season of India with example. -CBSE Geography

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70)Why was Bhoodan-Gramdan movement called as ‘Bloodless Revolution’? -CBSE Geography

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71)How is nuclear energy obtained? -CBSE Geography

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72)How is bauxite ore formed? -CBSE Geography

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73)What is the importance of minerals? -CBSE Geography

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74)What are non-conventional sources or energy? Why there is a pressing need to use these resources of energy? -CBSE Geography

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75)Explain the classification of minerals. -CBSE Geography

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76)In a power deficient country like India, natural gas is a precious gift. Discuss. -CBSE Geography

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77)Differentiate between natural gas and bio gas. -CBSE Geography

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78)Why has government set up the National Manufacturing Competitiveness Council? -CBSE Geography

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79)‘Industrialization and Urbanization go hand in hand.’ Explain. -CBSE Geography

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80)What were the major objectives of the National Jute Policy, 2005? Why the internal demand for jute has been on the increase? -CBSE Geography

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81)Explain three physical factors for the localization of an industry in a particular area. -CBSE Geography

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82) The jute-textile industry is mainly concentrated in the Hugli Basic. Mention four factors for the same. Or Why is most of jute mills of India located in West Bengal? -CBSE Geography

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83)Explain any two famous movements for the protection of forests - CBSE Geography

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84)Which one of the following is an example of rare species? - CBSE Geography

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85)Name the leading producing state of jute in India. - CBSE Geography

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86)Locate and Label the following items with appropriate symbols on the map. - CBSE geography class 10

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87)Iron and steel industry is called “basic and heavy industry”. Support the statement with arguments. - CBSE Geography

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88)“India is fortunate to have fairly rich and varied mineral resources”. Elaborate the statement. - CBSE Geography

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89)Two items A and B are shown in the given political outline political map of India. Identify these items with the help of following information and write their correct names on the lines marked on the map. - CBSE Geography

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90) Name the software technological park located in Kerala. - CBSE Geography

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91)Name any one terminal station of East-West Corridor. - CBSE Geography

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92)Why has aluminum metal great importance? - CBSE Geography

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93)Suggest three steps to minimize the environmental degradation cause by the industrial development in India. - CBSE Geography

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94)‘Consumption of energy in all forms has been rising all over the country. There is an urgent need to develop a sustainable path of energy development and energy saving’. Suggest and explain any three measures to solve this burning problem. - CB

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95)On the given political outline map of India, locate and label the following with appropriate symbols: (- CBSE Geography)

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96)India is referred to as a ‘Super Power’ in the world in which one of the following non- Conventional sources of energy? (-CBSE Geography)

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97)Why is India not able to perform to her full potential in iron and steel production? Explain any three reasons. - CBSE Geography

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98)On the given political map of India, locate and label the following features with appropriate symbols: (-CBSE Geography)

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99)Which one of the following is the deepest, land-locked and well-protected port of India? - CBSE Geography

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100)On the political outline map of India, locate and label the following with appropriate symbols: (-CBSE Geography)

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101)In which State is Narora nuclear power plant located? - CBSE Geography

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102)In which State is Rourkela iron and steel plant located? - CBSE Geography

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103)Name the State where Kandla sea port is located. - CBSE Geography

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104)Name the well – known Software Technology Park located In Karnataka State. - CBSE Geography

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105)Name the Western Terminal Station of East – West Corridor. - CBSE Geography

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106)On the political map of India, locate and label the following: Vishakhapatnam – Software Technology Park - CBSE Geography

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107)Two features A and B are marked on the given political outline map of India. Identify these features with the help of the following information and write their correct names on the lines marked in the map: (- CBSE Geography)

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108)Which is the most abundantly available fossil fuel in India? Assess the importance of its different forms. - CBSE Geography

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109)Explain the pro active approach adopted by the National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) for preserving the natural environment and resources. - CBSE Geography

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110)Why has the ‘Chhotanagpur Plateau Region’ the maximum concentration of iron and steel industries? Analyse the reasons. - CBSE Geography

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111)Why was the Haldia port set up? - CBSE Geography

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112)Name any one major iron ore mines located in Chhattisgarh. - CBSE Geography

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113)On the given political outline map of India locate and label the following features with appropriate symbols: - (CBSE Geography)

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114)Evaluate any three features of ‘Golden Quadrilateral’ Super Highways. - CBSE Geography

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115)“Minerals are unevenly distributed in India”. Support the statement with examples. -CBSE Geography

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116)Which one of the following cities has emerged as the electronic capital of India - CBSE Geography

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117)Three features A, B and C are marked in the given political outline map of India. Identify these features with the help of the following information and write their correct names on the lines marked in the map. - CBSE Geography.

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118)Name the international airport in Tamilnadu. - CBSE Geography

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119)Locate and Label the following items with appropriate symbols on the map. - CBSE geography

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120)Locate and Label the following items with appropriate symbols on the map. - CBSE geography

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121)Mention any two inland waterways of India. Mention any two characteristics of each. - CBSE Geography

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122)Make a distinction between hydroelectricity and thermal electricity stating three points of distinction. - CBSE Geography

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123)Which one of the following major ports has been developed to decongest Kolkata Port. - CBSE Geography.

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124)Orissa is the leading producer of which one of the following minerals? - CBSE Geography

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125)Which one of the following is the finest quality of iron ore? - CBSE Geography

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126)Limestone is the raw material for which if the following industries? - CBSE Geography

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127)Which one of the following countries is giving stiff competition to India with regard to jute industry? - CBSE Geography

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128)Locate and Label the following items with appropriate symbols on the map. - CBSE Class 10 geography

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129)In which state is the Rawat Bhata nuclear power plant located? - CBSE Geography

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130)Name the southern terminal station of the North South Corridor. - CBSE Geography

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