Distribution of resources

Distribution of resources

Natural resources
Previous year questions

  1. “Inspite of adverse environmental impact, coal mining is still inevitable for development”. Discuss (2017)
  2. What are the economic significances of discovery of oil in Arctic Sea and its possible environmental consequences? (2015)
  3. Critically evaluate the various resources of the oceans which can be harnessed to meet the resource crisis in the world. (2014)
  4. How does India see its place in the economic space of rising natural resource rich Africa? (2014)
  5. With growing scarcity of fossil fuels, the atomic energy is gaining more and more significance in India. Discuss the availability of raw material required for the generation of atomic energy in India and in the world.(2013)
  6. It is said the India has substantial reserves of shale oil and gas, which can feed the needs of country for quarter century. However, tapping of the resources doesn’t appear to be high on the agenda. Discuss critically the availability and issues involved.(2013)

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  1. Rare earth metals

 

 

Industries
Previous year questions

  1. Petroleum refineries are not necessarily located nearer to crude oil producing areas, particularly in many of the developing countries. Explain its implications. (2017)
  2. Whereas the British planters had developed tea gardens all along the Shivaliks and Lesser Himalayas from Assam to Himachal Pradesh, in effect they did not succeed beyond the Darjeeling area. Explain.(2014)
  3. Account for the change in the spatial pattern of the Iron and Steel industry in the world. (2014)
  4. Why did the Green Revolution in India virtually by-pass the eastern region despite fertile soil and good availability of water? (2014)
  5. Do you agree that there is a growing trend of opening new sugar mills in the Southern states of India? Discuss with justification (2013)
  6. Analyze the factors for highly decentralized cotton textile industry in India (2013)

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