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  • 10th Social Science | GEOGRAPHY TN SCERT Unit 1 Answers


    • Class:10
    • Subject: Social Science | GEOGRAPHY 
    • Unit 1 - India – Location, Relief And Drainage

    Part - A


    1. The north-south extent of India is ___________
    (a) 2,500 km 
    (b) 2,933 km
    (c) 3,214 km 
    (d) 2,814 km

    2.___________ River is known as „Sorrow of Bihar‟.
    (a) Narmada
    (b) Godavari 
    (c) Kosi 
    (d) Damodar

    3. A land surrounded by sea on three sides is referred to as ___________.
    (a) Coast
    (b) Island 
    (c) Peninsula 
    (d) Strait

    4. The highest peak in South India is _______.
    (a) Ooty 
    (b) Kodaikanal
    (c) Anaimudi 
    (d) Jindhagada

    5. ______ Plains are formed by the older alluviums.
    (a) Bhabar
    (b) Tarai 
    (c) Bhangar 
    (d) Khadar

    Part - B

    II.Short Answer: -

    1. Name the neighbouring countries of India.
    • The neighbouring countries of India are Pakistan in the West, Afghanistan in the North-West, China, Nepal and Bhutan in the North and Bangladesh and Myanmar in the East and Srilanka in the South.
    2. Give the importance of IST.
    • To avoid the confusion of time in different states of India. One meridian is taken to have a uniform time for a whole country. Therefore 80° 30′ E has been chosen as the Standard Meridian of India which is almost passing from the centre of India.
    3. Write a short note on Deccan Plateau.
    • Deccan plateau is the largest part of the peninsular plateau.
    • It is roughly triangular in shape.
    • It covers an area of 7 lakh sq km.
    • The height ranges from 500 to 1000m above sea level.
    • It extends from Rajmahal hills on the East to Kanyakumari in the South. Satpura range in the West to Kanyakumari in the South. Bordered by Western Ghats on the West and Eastern ghats on the East.

    Part - C

    III. Very Short Answer

    1. Explain the divisions of Northern Mountains and its importance to India.
    • The Himalayas geologically young and structurally fold mountains stretch over the northern borders of India.
    • The Himalayas represent the loftiest and one of the most rugged mountain barriers of the world.
    • The mountain ranges run in a west-east direction from India to the Brahmaputra.

    2. Give an account on the major peninsular rivers of India.
    • The rivers in South India are called the Peninsular rivers.
    • Most of these rivers originate from the Western ghats.
    • These rivers are seasonal and are mainly fed by rain.
    • Based on the direction of flow the Peninsular rivers are divided into East flowing rivers and West flowing rivers.
    3. Give a detailed account on the basin of the Ganga.
    • On the basis of deposition of Sediments by various rivers and topographical characteristics, the Northern plains of India is divided into the four major regions. Ganga plains is one among them.
    • It extends from the Yamuna River in the West to Bangladesh in the East.
    • The extensive plain is the largest plain of India covers 3.75 lakh sq. km.
    • It is watered by the River Ganga and its tributaries such as Ghaghra, Gandak, Kosi, Yamuna, Chambal, Betwa etc.
    • It is formed by the sediments of these rivers and is fertile in nature.
    • The general slope of the entire plain is towards East and South-East.
    • Ganga plains covers the states of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and West Bengal.

    Part - D


    1. Aravalli mountain. 6. Deccan Plateau
    2. Eastern Ghats. 7. Chilka Lake
    3. Western Ghats. 8. River Narmada
    4. Guru Shikar peak 9. Andaman and Nicobar Island
    5. Malwa Plateau 10.Coromandel Coas


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