CBSE Class 10 Biology HOTs-Management of natural resources

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CBSE Class 10 Biology HOTs-Management of natural resources. Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) are part of the CBSE syllabus and form part of examinations. Students are requested to learn the HOTs for various subjects to score better in examinations, This portal has collection of important HOTs for all subjects and classes which have been made by experienced school teachers. Students should download and learn the HOTS.

Chapter: Management Of Natural Resources

Q.1 Construction of a dam on a river often results in the reduction if fish catch. Why is it so?

Q.2 How would the setting of a factory on the bank of river affects the population downstream?

Q.3 Economic growth and ecological consideration should grow hand in hand. Explain why?

Q.4 Government is sole responsible for the protection of environment and individuals are not to be bothered about it. Give your comments on the statement.

Q.5 Judicious use of oil and petroleum is very important. How can this be achieved?

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