SI. Isla
Paper H

Maximum Marks : 3001
Time Allowed : Three Hoard

Each question is printed both in Hindi and in English.
Answers must be written in the medium specified in the
Admission Certificate issued to you, which must be
stated clearly on the cover of the answer-book in the
space provided for the purpose. No marks will be given
for the answers written in a medium other than that
specified in the Admission Certificate.
Candidates should attempt Question Nos. 1 and
5 which
are compulsory, and any
three of the remaining ques-
tions selecting at least
one question from each Section.
The number of marks carried by each question is
indicated at the end of the question.
Illustrate your answers with suitable sketch-maps and
diagrams, wherever considered required.
An outline map of India is attached to this question
paper for answering Question No. 1. This map is to be
carefidly detached from the question paper and attached
securely to the answer-book by the candidate.
Important : Whenever a Question is being attempted,
all its parts/sub-parts must be attempted contiguously.
This means that before moving on to the next
Question to be attempted, candidates must finish
attempting all parts/sub-parts of the previous
Question attempted. This is to be strictly followed.
Pages left blank in the answer-book are to be clearly
struck out in ink. Any answers that follow pages left
blank may not be given credit.
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Section 'A'
1. On the outline map of India provided to you, mark
the location of ALL of the following for which
one (I) mark is given to each correct entry.
Write in your answer script the significant geo-
graphical relevance or strategic importance of these
locations, whether physical/ commercial/ economic/
ecological/ environmental/ cultural in not more than
3 0 words for each entry. Three (3 ) marks are
allotted for each write- up.  
4 x15=60
(a) Manas
(b) Bachau
(c) Ganga river waterway from Allahabad
(d) Indravati river
(e) Amravati river
(f) Pir Panjal range
(g) Narkondam Island
(h) Kharkai river
(i) Kalahandi
(j) Kakarapara
(k) Murshidabad
(1) Khetri
(m) Pawapuri
(n) Kolhan highland
(o) North Koel river
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2. (a) E xplain th e str u ctu r al ch ar acter istics of th e
Deccan plateau .  
3 0
(b) Discu ss th e r ole of spatial patter n of r ainf all
and temper atu r e in th e delimitation of climatic
r egions of India, specially with r ef er ence to
stamp's climatic r egionalization.  3 0
3 . (a) Delineate th e miner al belts of India and
mention th eir distinctive f eatu r es.  3 0
(b) Divide India into agr icu ltu r al r egions and
.cr itically examine th e r ole of ecological and
h u man f actor s r esponsible f or tr ansf or ma-
tion of agr icu ltu r al economy in any one r egion.
3 0
4 . Wr ite abou t th e f ollowing in abou t 200wor ds each :
(a) Descr ibe th e development of textile indu str y in
(b) E xamine th e r ole of r oad tr anspor t in r egional
development taking su itable examples f r oman
ar ea you h ave stu died in detail.  20
(c) Identif y th e spatial patter n of agr o-indu str ial
r egions of India. Analyse th e potentiality of
Malwa as an impor tant agr o-indu str ial r egion
of th e f u tu r e.  20
Section 'B'
5. Wr ite abou t th e f ollowing in abou t 150wor ds each :
(a) Factor s af f ecting innovation dif f u sion.
(b) Lingu istic diver sity in Nor th -easter n states.
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liter acy f r omstate to state in India.
Identif y Tsu nami af f ected ar eas and give th eir
management pr oblems in India.
Mor ph ological ch ar acter istics of villages
situ ated in h illy r egions.
(a) E valu ate th e popu lation policy of India and
examine its r elevance to th e nation's
popu lation contr ol.  
3 0
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r esponsible f or th e development of dif f er ent
types of r u r al settlements in India.
3 0
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(a) E xamine th e or igin, dimensions and implica-
tions of th e Sino-Indian bor der dispu te.
 3 0
(b) E xplain th e cau ses, impact and r emedial
measu r es of f lood-h azar ds in th e middle
Ganga plain. Repr esent th e f lood-af f ected
ar eas of middle Ganga plain on a sketch map
in you r answer -book.  
3 0
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India with special r ef er ence to Ganga-C au ver i
linkage canal.  
How age str u ctu r e af f ects dependency r atio ?
E xplain with su itable examples.
E lu cidate th e r ole of Tr ibal Development
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Note : English ve rsion of the Instructions is printe d on
the front cove r of this que stion pape r