Geography 2010 Solved Paper Previous Year ICSE Board

Geography 2010 Solved Paper Previous Year Question ICSE Board

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Geography 2010 Solved Paper Previous Year Question

(Two Hours)

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  • Answers to this Paper must be written on the paper provided separately.
  • You will not be allowed to write during the first 15 minutes.
  • This time is to be spent in reading the Question Paper.
  • The time given at the head of this paper is the time allowed for writing the answers.
  • Attempt all questions from Section I and any four questions from Section II.
  • The intended marks for questions or parts of questions are given in brackets [ ].

Part-I [30 Marks ]
(Attempt all questions from this part)

Question 1:

Study the extract of the Survey of India Map sheet No. 45D/7 and answer the following questions:
(a) Give the six figure grid reference of:
(i) Triangulated height 307
(ii) The spot height 196 [2]

(b)

Give the four figure grid reference of each of the following:
(i) The confluence of the Sipu River and the Mahadeviyo Nala.
(ii) Sheet rock. [2]

(c) Measure the shortest distance in kilometres between the temple in grid square 8192, and the perennial lined well at Bhakodar 8188. [2]

(d)

What do the following represent ?
(i) Black curved lines in 7788.
(ii) The blue line in the bed of the Sipu River. [2]

(e)

(i) What is the general pattern of settlements in the region shown on the map ?
(ii) Give a reason for your answer. [2]

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(f) Which is the chief form of irrigation shown in the map extract ? Why is it necessary ? [2]

(g)

(i) What is the main form of transport in this region ?
(ii) Give the map evidence for your answer. [2]

(h)

(i) What is the compass direction of Dantiwada, 8582, from Bhadli Kotha, 7886 ?
(ii) What is the general direction of flow of the Arado, N ? [2]

(i)

(i) Name the type of drainage pattern found in grid square 8584.
(ii) What do you mean by 25r in grid square 8286 ? [2]

(j)

(i) What is meant by ‘R. F.’ ?
(ii) What is the R.F. shown on this map extract ?

Answer 1:

(a) (i) 858843 (ii) 834916

(b) (i) 8189 (ii) 8088

(c) Scale of the map 2 cm = 1 km Shortest Distance 8 cm = 8/2 = 4 km.

(d)

(i) Broken ground
(ii) Water channel

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(e)

(i) The general pattern of settlements is scattered or dispersed.
(ii) Large farms are there, but availability of water is less due to which this region has sparse population which is scattered all over in search of water.

(f) The chief form of irrigation is perennial wells. It is necessary because this area gets seasonal rainfall which is not enough for cultivation. Wells are the only source which provide water throughout the year in this region.

(g)

(i) The main form of transport in this region is ‘Cart’.
(ii) There are many cart tracks marked on the map extract.

(h)

(i) The compass direction of Dantiwada is South East from BhadliKotha.
(ii) Arado. N flows from North East to South West.

(i)

(i) The drainage pattern is ‘Radial’.
(ii) The relative depth of the well is 25 metre.

(j)

(i) R.F. means Representative Fraction. In this method the scale is represented as the ratio of the length of a line on the map and the corresponding actual distance on earth’s surface.
icse-previous-papers-with-solutions-for-class-10-geography-2010-1(ii) R.F. show on the map extract is 1: 50,000

Question 2:

On the outline map provided :
(a) Label the river Chenab. [1]
(b) Label the river Chambal. [1]
(c) Shade and label the Nilgiri hills. [1]
(d) Mark and label the Eastern Ghats. [1]
(e) Mark and name the port city of Pakistan. [1]
(f) Mark and label Hyderabad. [1]
(g) Shade and label the Sunderbans. [1]
(h) Mark and name the Palk Strait. [1]
(i) Mark and label a region North of the Tropic of Cancer where tea is grown extensively. [1]
(j) Mark and name the winds which bring rain to Mumbai in July and August. [1]

Answer 2:
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PART II [50 Marks]

Attempt any five questions from this Part.

Question 3:

(a) Name :
(i) A landlocked country which is also a member of SAARC.
(ii) The second largest of the SAARC countries. [2]

(b) Mention two factors which Myanmar has in common with the other members of SAARC. [2]

(c) The Himalayas are the birthplace of many rivers. Mention three ways in which we benefit from this. [3]

(d) Give geographical reasons for:
(i) The rivers of South India are easier to tap for power than the rivers of North India.
(ii) Roads and Railways are easier to lay down in the Northern plains than in peninsular India.
(iii) Industries in Bangladesh are mainly agro-based. [3]

Answer 3:

(a) Answer has not given due to out of present syllabus.

(b) Answer has not given due to out of present syllabus.

(c)

(i) Rivers provide us with perennial supplies of water needed for irrigation.
(ii) Rivers bring down fertile silt which is deposited on the plains and improving the quality of the soil.
(iii) Rivers help in navigation.
(iv) Rives are used for generation of HEP.

(d)

(i) The rivers of South India flow over the plateau region and therefore are swift
flowing, which are easier to generate power.
(ii) As the Northen Plains have a low relief, road and railways are easier to lay down.
(iii) Answer has not given due to out of present syllabus.

Question 4:

(a) What is the latitudinal and longitudinal extent of Nepal ? [2]
(b) Why is agriculture concentrated in East Pakistan and animal rearing in the Western part of Pakistan ? [2]
(c) Mention three benefits that we derive from the Western Ghats. [3]

(d) Name the following:
(i) The river which is known as the Ganga of the South.
(ii) The plateau in India which is rich in minerals.
(iii) The highest peak in South India. [3]

Answer 4:

(a) Answer has not given due to out of present syllabus.

(b) Answer has not given due to out of present syllabus.

(c)

(i) The Western Ghats are highlands which are forested – forests.
(ii) They are the source of many rivers.
(iii) They obstuct the South-West Monsoons and induce rain for India.

(d)

(i) The Godawari.
(ii) Chota Nagpur Plateau.
(iii) Anaimudi.

Question 5:

(a) Mention two differences in the climatic conditions which prevail over Kerala and Uttar Pradesh in the month of June. [2]

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