NCERT Textbook Solutions
- An Alien Hand
- Contemporary India - I
- Contemporary India - II
- Democratic Politics - I
- Democratic Politics - II
- English Literature Reader
- India and the Contemporary World - I
- India and the Contemporary World - II
- Interact in English
- Kritika Bhag 1
- Kritika Bhag 2
- Kshitij Bhag 1
- Kshitij Bhag 2
- Our Environment
- Our Past II
- Our Pasts - III
- Resources and Development
- Social and Political Life - II
- Social and Political Life - III
- Understanding Economic Development
- Understanding Economics
- Vasant Bhag 2
- Vasant Bhag 3
CBSE (CCE Type) MCQs
Class 10 Contemporary India II, CBSE - NCERT Social Science (Geography) | Chapter 1, Resources and Development - Question Bank
Class X - NCERT (CBSE) Geography (Contemporary India - II)
RESOURCES AND DEVELOPMENT
Q.1: Identify at least two resources from each category.
Q.2: Can you name some resource-rich but economically backward regions and some resources poor but economically developed regions. Give reasons for such a situations.
Q.3: Why is conservation of resources important?
Q.4: The pattern of net sown area varies greatly from one state to another. It is over 80% of the total area in Punjab and Haryana and less than 10% in Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Manipur and Andaman Nicobar Islands.
Find out reasons for the low proportion of net sown area in these states.
Q.5: What are resources?
Q.6: Why are the human beings essential components of resources?
Q.7: How are the resources classified on the basis of origin and exhaustibility?
Q.8: Classify the resources on the basis of ownership and status of development.
Resources and Development | Class X, NCERT (CBSE), Social Science (Geography) | Chapter 1, Contemporary India - II | Textbook Exercise Solution [Read]
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