22 January, 2018

Class X: Extra Questions for Practice

Q1. Describe any one feature of Golden Quadrilateral Super Highway. (1)
Q2. When was National Forest Policy implemented? What percentage of forest cover is essential to maintain ecological balance? (1)
Q3. What is Palar Pani"? (1)
Q4. What is Agglomeration Economies? (1)
Q5. What are Guls & Kuls? (1)
Q6. Define National Waterway No -2. (1)
Q7. Name some of the tools used for primitive subsistence farming in India. (1)
Q8. Define National Waterway No - 5. (1)
Q9. Which crop is known as Golden Fiber? Mention some of its uses. (1)
Q10. What is the size of Tankas in Phalodi? (1)
Q11. What is the significance of Border Roads? (3)
Q12. Suggest three physical and three human factors for the location on the industry. (3)
Q13. "Roadways still have an edge over railways in India". Support the statement with arguments. (3)
Q14. Explain any three challenges faced by sugar industry in India. (3)
Q15. Why mining is called a killer industry? (3)
Q16. What do you know about Helicopter services in India? For which purposes is it used? (3)
Q17. Why is the construction of multi-purpose dam projects and large dams opposed by many people? (3)
Q18. What are millets? Give two examples and areas they are grown in. (3)
Q19. Mention the varieties of coal found in India. (3)
Q20. Highlight some of the key points of the India Postal Service. (3)
Q21. Differentiate between Conventional and non-conventional sources of energy. (3)
Q22. What are resources? What are their two main types? (3)
Q23. Which is the next major source of energy after coal in India? Mention any two point of its importance. (3)
Q24. What are software technology parks? State any two points of significance of Information Technology industry in India? (3)
Q25. What is Golden Quadrilateral? Name the Northern, Southern, Eastern and Westernmost stations of Golden Quadrilateral Super Highway Project. (3)
Q26. Discuss steps to be taken to minimize environmental degradation by industry. (3)
Q27. Name the ore from which aluminium is obtained. Why is aluminium considered to be an important metal? Name the areas which have rich deposits of the ore of aluminium. (5)
Q28. Write any five features of comprehensive land development programme initiated during 1980s and 1990s. (5)
Q29. What are the main types of soil found in India? Which type of soil is the most widespread and important soil of India? Describe in detail about this soil type. (5)
Q30. What is water scarcity? An area or region may have ample water resources but still face water scarcity. Explain why such circumstances arise. (5)
Q31. Describe the geographical conditions required for the cultivation of cotton in India. (5)
Q32. Describe the characteristics and distribution of iron and steel industries in India. (5)
Q33. What are the five major factors responsible for the formation of Soil? (5)
Q34. Compare the advantages and disadvantages of multi-purpose river projects. (5)
Q35. Classify roads of India into different types. (5)
Q36. What type of soil is found in the river deltas of the eastern coast? Give any four main features of this type of soil. (5)
Q37. Minerals are essential part of our life, it is important to know about the occurrence of minerals. Mention different modes where minerals occur? (5)
Q38. Explain any five reasons responsible for water scarcity in India? (5)
Q39. What is soil erosion? Mention two types of soil erosion. Suggest any three measures to check soil erosion. (5)
Q40. Describe the modern adaptations of traditional rainwater harvesting methods are being carried out to conserve and store water. (5)
Q41. Suggest the initiative taken by the government to ensure the increase in agricultural production. (5)
Q42. Why do you think that solar energy has a bright future in India? (5)



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