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Class 11 Geography Chapter 17 Indian Location
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TEXTUAL QUESTION & ANSWER
Q.1. Which one of the following latitudinal extent is relevant for the extent of India’s area?
Ans: (ii) 84°’N-37°6’N
Q.2. Which one of the following countries shares the longest land frontier with India?
Ans: (i) Bangladesh
Q.3. Which one of the following countries is larger in area than India?
Ans: (i) China
Q.4. Which one of the following longitudes is the standard meridian for India?
Ans: (ii) 82°30’E
Answer the following questions in about 30 words
Q.1. Does India need to have more than one standard time? If yes, why do you think so?
Ans: India needs to have more than one standard time.
India is a very large country. The longitudinal expansion of the country is also very vast. When the sun is still shining is Gujarat,it is already night in Arunachal Pradesh. Due to the variation of sunlight or time or expansion,we need more than one standard time in India.
|Chapter 1||Geography As A Discipline|
|Chapter 2||The Origin and Evolution of the Earth|
|Chapter 3||Interior of the Earth|
|Chapter 4||Distribution of Oceans And Continents|
|Chapter 5||Minerals and Rocks|
|Chapter 6||Geomorphic Processes|
|Chapter 7||Landforms and Their Evolution|
|Chapter 8||Composition and Structure of Atmosphere|
|Chapter 9||Solar Radiation, Heat balance, and Temperature|
|Chapter 10||Atmospheric Circulation and Weather Systems|
|Chapter 11||Water in the Atmosphere|
|Chapter 12||World Climate and Climate Change|
|Chapter 13||Water (Oceans)|
|Chapter 14||Movements of Ocean Water|
|Chapter 15||Life on the Earth|
|Chapter 16||Biodiversity And Conservation|
|Chapter 17||Indian Location|
|Chapter 18||Structure and Physiography|
|Chapter 19||Drainage System|
|Chapter 21||Natural Vegetation|
|Chapter 23||Natural Hazards and Disasters|
Q.2.What are the implications of India having a long coastline?
Ans: The coastline of the mainland is about 6,100 km. But the entire geographical coastline of the country is about 7,517km. So ,India has a long coastline. Long and broken coastline of any nation is much helpful for her foreign communication especially through oceans. Moreover, more coast lines also advantages the country’s security point of view.
Q.3. How is the latitudinal spread of India advantageous to her?
Ans: The latitudinal spread of India advantageous to her’ due to the following reasons:
(a) The southern part lies within the tropics and the northern part lies in temperate or subtropical areas.
(b) There is a variation in the climate, so various agricultural activities exist.
(c) Due to climatic variations, the forests resources are also found in various forms.
Q.4. While the sun rises earlier in the east,say Nagaland and also sets earlier, how do the watches at Kohima and New Delhi show at the same time?
Ans: Kohima and New Delhi both are the cities of India. There is only one standard time for the country. Which is 82°30’E. That is why all the areas of the country follow the 82°30’E longitude to maintain their time. So, while the sun rises earlier in the east, say Nagaland and also sets earlier, the watches at Kohima and New Delhi show the same time.
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