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10th CBSE Resources & Development - NCERT Solutions

Q.1.        Choose the right answer from the four alternatives given below : (i)            Which of the following types of resource is    iron-ore? (a)          Renewable    &nbs . . .

10th CBSE Resources & Development - MCQ Set 2

1.What is area sown more than once in an agriculture year plus net sown area known as? Permanent pastures                           (b)  Fallow lands                   & . . .

10th CBSE Resources & Development - MCQ Set 3

1.When running water cuts through clayey soils and makes deep channels, they lead to : Gully erosion                                   (b)  Sheet erosion       . . .

10th CBSE Resources & Development - MCQ Set 4

1.Which one of the following is the main cause of land degradation in Punjab? Extensive cultivation                        (b) Deforestation                           &n . . .

10th CBSE Resources & Development - MCQ Set 1

Multiple Choice Questions – Set 1 Q.1.Which are the main factors that determine creation of a resource? Nature and technology                         (b)  Nature and human  beings         &n . . .

Resources and Development - Long Answer Questions

Q.1.       Why is resource planning important for India? What are the steps involved in the resource planning process? Ans. Resource planning is important in a country like India due to the enormous diversity in the resources that are available. Some regions are rich in certain types of resources, ho . . .

10th CBSE Resources & Development - Chapter Resources

  Welcome to CBSEpapers!  This page will provide you access to comprehensive material on the Chapter - Resources and Development from the NCERT Textbook on Geography. You can access the following resources:                      . . .

10th CBSE Resources & Development - Concepts

                          Resource : Natural endowments in the form of land, water, vegetation and minerals are called natural resources. Resources are materials which can be transformed in such a way that they become more valuable and useful for fulfilling human needs. Types of Re . . .

10th CBSE Resources & Development - Short Answer Questions

Q1. Distinguish between potential resource and stock with the help of examples. Ans. Resources which are found in a region, but have not been utilised are termed as potential resource. They are either not easily accessible or not properly developed for present use but have  the  potential  to  fulfil  our  needs  . . .

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