AHSEC - Class 11 Question Papers: Geography' 2018

Full Marks: 70
Time: 3 hours
The figures in the margin indicate full marks for the questions

1. Find out the correct answer of the following:                                                                 1x7=7
a)         The most essential layer of the atmosphere for biosphere is
1)      Troposphere.
2)      Mesosphere.
3)      Ionosphere.
4)      Stratosphere.
b)         In which year was the Disaster Management Bill introduced in India?
1)      2003.
2)      2004.
3)      2005.
4)      2006.
c)          What is the total geographical area of India?
1)      32.78 lakh km2.
2)      78.32 lakh km2.
3)      32.87 lakh km2.
4)      23.78 lakh km2.
d)         Which of the following landforms of the desert form parallel to the direction of the wind?
1)      Barchans.
2)      Traverse sand dune.
3)      Longitudinal sand dune.
4)      Loess.
e)         Who was considered as the father of Human Geography?
1)      Hecataeus.
2)      Eratosthenes.
3)      Carl Ritter.
4)      Vidal de La Blache.
f)          Which of the following lakes is located in Imphal plain?
1)      Dal.
2)      Loktak.
3)      Ullar.
4)      Chilka.
g)         Which of the following oceans is the deepest?
1)      Atlantic Ocean.
2)      Pacific Ocean.
3)      Indian Ocean.
4)      Arctic Ocean.
2. Give short answer:                                                     2x8=16
a)         Name two landmasses separated by Tethys Sea.
b)         Which line of latitude passes through the centre of India and what is its latitude?
c)          Name two major branches of Geography.
d)         Name two National Parks of Assam.
e)         Which are the largest and smallest planets of the solar system?
f)          Mention two important reasons of global warming.
g)         Name two famous mountains of Deccan plateau.
h)         Name two important rivers of Punjab.
3. Write short notes on (any five):                                                            3x5=15
a)         Continental shelf.
b)         Greenhouse gas.
c)          Flood problem of India.
d)         Nebular hypothesis.
e)         Biodiversity.
f)          Himalayan drainage system.
4. Distinguish the following in brief (any three):                                                 4x3=12
a)         Impact of North-East monsoon and South-West monsoon in India.
b)         Natural disasters and Man-made disasters.
c)          Tropical evergreen forest and Monsoon deciduous forest of India.
d)         Alluvial soil and Blank soil of India.
5. Divide India into major physiographic divisions and describe any one of them. 5
6. Name the main pressure belts and describe their location and distribution with a diagram.      5
7. Write briefly the landforms produced by erosional activities of a river in the upper course.
8. Draw a map of India and locate the following in appropriate sites:
a)         Godavari River.
b)         Satpura Mountain.
c)          Kaziranga National Park.
d)         A lake of Kashmir.
e)         Kolkata.


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