IAS Exam Papers-Main - Geography (Paper -II) 2006

Geography - 2006 (Main) (Paper - II)   Time Allowed: Three Hours Maximum Marks: 300
Candidates should attempt question Nos. l and 5 which are compulsory, and any three of the remaining questions selecting at least one question from each Selection. 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.

Q.1. Mark on the outline map of India supplied any ten of the following entries. Write brief notes (not exceeding 30 words) on the significant aspects of the same ten entries:
a. Malaygiri
b. Sibsagar
c. Khetri
d. Kolleru

e. Sind river
f. kalakot
g. Nathula Pass
i. Renukoot
j. Sabarigiri
k. Surendranagar
l. New More Island
m. Javedi Hils

Q. 2. Give the critical reason account of the recent theories of origin of Indian Monsoon with special reference to jet stream theory.

Q.3. Discuss the Problems and Prospects of dry zone agriculture in India and highlight strategies and scheme for its development.

Q.4. Trace the evolution of Industries in India and evaluate the role of Multinationals and liberalization policies in this context.


Q.5. Write short notes on any three of the following in about 200 words each:
a. Discuss the causes and consequence of sex variation in India
b. Examine the Geographical basis of Indian Federalism.
c. Write an essay on the population exploitation and food security in India.
d. Discuss the elements and approaches of town planning in India.

Q.6. Explain the morphology of Indian cities in the Background of existing morphological Model.

Q.7. Present an account of tribal, tribal areas and their problems in India.

Q.8. Explain the process and pattern of regional disparities in India and suggest suitable measure for it.

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