CBSE Class 10 Geography Lifelines Of National Economy Worksheet Set B

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CBSE Class 10 Geography - Lifelines Of National Economy

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SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT - 2
GEOGRAPHY
CLASS – X
LIFELINES OF NATIONAL ECONOMY

Short Answer Type Questions

1.Which National Highway is called Shershah Suri Marg?

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2 Which states are connected by H.V.J pipeline?

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3. Which river is declared as National Waterway No.1?

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4. What is Balance of Trade?

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5. Distinguish between metallic and non-metallic roads in India?

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6. Why is international trade called as the economic barometer of a country?

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7. Which port caters to the need for export of iron ore from Kudremukh mines?

 

Important Questions for NCERT Class 10 Social Science Life Lines Of National Economy

Question. Means of transport and communication are called the lifelines of a nation and its economy. What are the main reasons behind it?
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How are means of transport and communications complementary to each other? Explain with three examples.
Ans. (i) The development of a country depends upon the production of goods and services as well as their movement to their destination. Transport plays an important role in the economy. Because of transport, raw materials reach to the factory or industry and finished products reach to the consumers. Transport has helped in both production and distribution of goods. Hence, efficient means of transport are prerequisites for fast development.
(ii) For a long time, trade and transport were restricted to a limited space. With the development in science and technology, the area of influence of trade and transport expanded far and wide. Today, the world has been converted to a large village with the help of efficient and fast moving transport. Transport has been able to achieve this with the help of equally developed communications system. Therefore, transport, communications and trade are complementary to each other.
(iii) India is well-linked with the rest of the world despite its vast size, diversity, linguistic and socio-cultural plurality. Railways, airways, waterways, newspapers, radio, television, cinema and internet, etc. have been contributing to its socio-economic progress in many ways. The trades from local to international levels have added to the vitality of its economy. It has also enriched our life and added substantially to growing amenities and facilities for the comforts of life. Hence, it is right to say that means of transportation and communication are the lifelines of a nation and its economy.

Question. What is the major objective of the super Highways?
Ans. The major objective of the Super Highways is to reduce the time and distance between the mega cities of India.

Question. The biggest port is
(a) Mumbai port
(b) Marmagao port
(c) New Mangalore port
(d) Kandla port
Ans. A

Question. Why was Border Roads Organisation established in 1960?
Ans. It was established for the development of the roads of strategic importance in the northern and north-eastern border areas.

Question. What values are associated with tourism?
Ans. The values associated with tourism are:
(i) It promotes national integration.
(ii) It provides support to local handicrafts and cultural pursuits.
(iii) It develops international understanding among countries.
(iv) It increases foreign exchange.

Question. Why are metalled roads called all weather roads.
Ans. Metalled roads are made of cement, concrete or even belumen of coal. They do not go out of use in the rainy season. Therefore, they are called all weather roads.

Question. The National Highway No. 1 is also known as ......... .
(a) Mahatma Gandhi Marg
(b) Sher Shah Suri Marg
(c) Golden Quadrilateral
(d) Jawaharlal Nehru Road
Ans. B

Question. Which port was the first port developed soon after the independence of India?
Ans. Kandla in Kuchchh was the first port developed soon after the independence of India.

Question. What is importance of railway transport?
Ans. (i) Railways are the prime mode of transportation for freight and passengers in India.
(ii) Railways also make it possible to conduct multifarious activities like business, sightseeing, pilgrimage along with transportation of good over longer distances.
(iii) Apart from an important means of transport the Indian Railways have been a great integrating force for more than 150 years.
(iv) Railways in India bind the economic life of the country as well as accelerate the development of the industry and agriculture.

Question. Where is New Mangalore port located?
Ans. This port is located is Karnataka.

Question. Why do roadways have an edge over railways? Explain.
Ans. The growing importance of road transport in comparison to rail transport is because of the following reasons:
(i) Construction cost of roads is much lower than that of railways lines.
(ii) Roads can pass through comparatively more dissected and undulating topography.
(iii) Road transport is economical in transportation of few persons and relatively smaller amount of goods over short distances.
(iv) It provides door to door services thus the cost of loading and unloading is much lower.
(v) It is used as feeder to other modes of transport. To reach any destination be it railway station, sea port or airport, one needs to travel through roads.

Question. Which is the deepest landlocked and well protected port?
Ans. Visakhapatnam is the deepest landlocked and well protected port.

Question. Why was Haldia port developed?
Ans. Haldia port was developed as a subsidiary port, in order to relieve growing pressure on the Kolkata port.

 

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