# Solved papers for 12th Class Geography Solved Paper - Geography 2013 Delhi Set-I

### done Solved Paper - Geography 2013 Delhi Set-I

• question_answer1) Give the meaning of 'Crude Birth Rate' (CBR).

• question_answer2) How is sex ratio calculated in different countries of the world?

• question_answer4) Which State of India has the lowest female literacy rate?

• question_answer5) Mention any two causes of the negative growth rate of population in India during 1911-1921.

• question_answer6) Give any two examples of mining towns in India.

• question_answer7) What is 'sectoral planning'?

• question_answer8) Why is the density of rural roads very low in the hilly areas of India? Give one reason.

• question_answer9) Give the meaning of the term hinterland.

• question_answer10) Mention any two sources of water pollution in India.

• question_answer11) Explain the concept of 'possibilism', with three suitable examples.

• question_answer12) Analyze any three major problems of slum dwellers in India.

• question_answer13) Explain any three points of economic significance of 'Trans-Siberian Railway'.

• question_answer14) What is cyber space? Describe any two advantages of internet.

• question_answer15) Explain with example, how 'stage of economic development' and foreign investment? become the basis of international trade.

• question_answer16) Explain any three push factors that have caused rural to urban migration in India.

• question_answer17) What are hamleted settlements? Mention any two areas of India where such settlements are found.

• question_answer18) Give two advantages of 'copper' Mention four main copper mining areas of India.

• question_answer19) Explain the role of 'power' and 'raw-material' in the location of heavy industries in India.

• question_answer20) Explain any three human values which are required to empower socially and economically disadvantaged people.

 Study the given map, showing areas of subsistence gathering carefully and answer the following questions: (i) Identify and name the areas marked A, B, C and D in your answer-book. (ii) Explain any four characteristics of gathering. (iii) Why can't gathering become important at the global level? Give two reasons.

• question_answer22) Define 'manufacturing'. Classify manufacturing industries on the basis of size into three categories. Explain an important characteristic of each category.

• question_answer23) Classify urban settlements on the basis of size, functions and services available into five categories and explain an important characteristic of each type.

• question_answer24) Explain any three factors responsible for the depletion of water resources. Examine any two legislative measures for controlling water pollution in India.

• question_answer25) Explain with five suitable examples, how the 'level of economic development' and 'nature of terrain' $a\hat{u}ect$ the density of roads in India.

 (a) In the given political outline Map of the World, four features have been marked as A, B, C and D. Identify these features with the help of information given below and write their correct names on the lines drawn near them. A: A major sea port. B: A major airport. C: The country having the highest density of population in Asia. D: An area of extensive commercial grain farming. (b) Locate and label the following on the given political outline Map of India with appropriate symbols: (i) Mayurbhanj - iron ore mining area (ii) A major seaport which has been developed after independence to cater the needs of Western and North-western parts of the country. (iii) A state having highest female literacy rate.

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