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Human Geography -(QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS GUIDE) (According to the National Education Policy-2020 U.G.C- C.B.C.S Syllabus as Prescribed.)

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Human Geography – , By – Y.K. Sharma, ISBN Code – 978-93-86241-45-0

 

CONTENTS:

Chapters

SECTION-A

Long Answer/Descriptive/Essay Type Questions

Short Notes Implicit

  1. Meaning, Nature and Scope of Human Geography
  2. Historical Perspective of Human Geography and Primitive

Life—style of Mankind and Subsequent Migration

  1. Basic Principles of Human Geography
  2. Approaches to the Study of Human Geography :

The Scholars of Human Geography

  1. Evolution of Man
  2. Man-Environment Relationship
  3. Human Races : Global Context
  4. Human Races : Indian Context
  5. The Ethnic Group
  6. Population : The World Pattern
  7. Theories of Population Growth
  8. Population Policies
  9. Population : The Indian Scenario The Problems of

Overpopulation and Migration

  1. Human Adaptation to the Environment : The Conceptual Aspects of Regional Pattern of Environment
  2. Indigenous (Tribal) People : World Pattern—Pygmies,

Eskimos, Kirghiz, Bushman, Masai, Bedouins and Aborigines

  1. Tribal People in India : Gujjars, Bhils, Nagas, Gonds,

Sandals, Bhatia’s, Thrush, Gaddis, Munds, Khasis,

Januaries and Toads

  1. Evolution of Economics : The Concept of Food

Gathering Economy and Tribes

  1. Evolution of Economics : The Concept of Pastoral Economy
  2. Evolution of Economies : The Agricultural Economy of

Tribals and General People

  1. Evolution of Economies : The Industrial Economy
  2. The Concept and Classification of Industrial Regions
  3. Human Settlements : The Conceptual Aspects
  4. Rural Settlement
  5. Urbanization and Urban Settlements
  6. 25; The Mosaic of Culture : 1. The Cultural Realms
  7. The Mosaic of Culture : 2. The Language
  8. The Mosaic of Culture : 3. Religion
  9. The Mosaic of Culture : 4. The Customs
  10. Approaches to Economic Development
  11. Measures, Characteristics and Models of Economic

Development

  1. Population Migration
  2. Human (Population) Resource Regions Conceptual

and Indian Context

  1. Impact on Man on Environment Environmental

Degradation and Pollution

SECTlON—B

Short Answer Questions

SECTION-C

Objective Type Questions

Description

Human Geography – , By – Y.K. Sharma, ISBN Code – 978-93-86241-45-0

 

CONTENTS:

Chapters

SECTION-A

Long Answer/Descriptive/Essay Type Questions

Short Notes Implicit

  1. Meaning, Nature and Scope of Human Geography
  2. Historical Perspective of Human Geography and Primitive

Life—style of Mankind and Subsequent Migration

  1. Basic Principles of Human Geography
  2. Approaches to the Study of Human Geography :

The Scholars of Human Geography

  1. Evolution of Man
  2. Man-Environment Relationship
  3. Human Races : Global Context
  4. Human Races : Indian Context
  5. The Ethnic Group
  6. Population : The World Pattern
  7. Theories of Population Growth
  8. Population Policies
  9. Population : The Indian Scenario The Problems of

Overpopulation and Migration

  1. Human Adaptation to the Environment : The Conceptual Aspects of Regional Pattern of Environment
  2. Indigenous (Tribal) People : World Pattern—Pygmies,

Eskimos, Kirghiz, Bushman, Masai, Bedouins and Aborigines

  1. Tribal People in India : Gujjars, Bhils, Nagas, Gonds,

Sandals, Bhatia’s, Thrush, Gaddis, Munds, Khasis,

Januaries and Toads

  1. Evolution of Economics : The Concept of Food

Gathering Economy and Tribes

  1. Evolution of Economics : The Concept of Pastoral Economy
  2. Evolution of Economies : The Agricultural Economy of

Tribals and General People

  1. Evolution of Economies : The Industrial Economy
  2. The Concept and Classification of Industrial Regions
  3. Human Settlements : The Conceptual Aspects
  4. Rural Settlement
  5. Urbanization and Urban Settlements
  6. 25; The Mosaic of Culture : 1. The Cultural Realms
  7. The Mosaic of Culture : 2. The Language
  8. The Mosaic of Culture : 3. Religion
  9. The Mosaic of Culture : 4. The Customs
  10. Approaches to Economic Development
  11. Measures, Characteristics and Models of Economic

Development

  1. Population Migration
  2. Human (Population) Resource Regions Conceptual

and Indian Context

  1. Impact on Man on Environment Environmental

Degradation and Pollution

SECTlON—B

Short Answer Questions

SECTION-C

Objective Type Questions

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