Class 10 Ncert Cbse Geography
Contemporary India Part – II
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Hot Questions (Extra Very important questions)
Q.1: How can industries be classified on the basis of source of raw materials used?
Q.2: Explain how agriculture and industry move hand in hand.
Q.3: What is importance of the manufacturing industries?
Q.4: “Industrialization and Urbanization go hand in hand”. Explain.
Q.5: Which factors are responsible for the decentralization of cotton textile mills in India?
Q.6: What is ‘large scale’ and ‘small scale’ industries? Give examples.
Q.7: What is the importance of Jute industry?
Q.8: Mention different factors affecting the location of industries.
Q.9: Why does textile industry occupy a unique place in the Indian economy?
Q.10: Why has the Chhotanagpur plateau region maximum concentration of iron and steel industries?
Q.11: Why were cotton textile industries mainly concentrated in Maharashtra and Gujarat in the early years?
Q.12: Classify industries on the basis of ownership.
Q.13: What are the major problems of cotton textile industry in India?
CBSE 10th Contemporary India II – Manufacturing Industries Further study
- Ncert Cbse Geography Class 10 Manufacturing Industries | Contemporary India II - Exercise Solutions [Read]
- 10th Cbse Ncert Geography Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) | Chapter 6 Contemporary India II - Manufacturing Industries [Read]
- Class 10 Contemporary India II (Geography) solutions for Exercise In-Text questions - Manufacturing Industries | NCERT (CBSE) Social Science (Geography)