CBSE Class 12 Geography Question Paper 2016 Set 3 Foreign

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CBSE Class 12 Geography Question Paper 2016 Set 3 Foreign.The Students can download the last year question papers using the link below. Free download of examination question papers with solutions. Last 10 year question papers should be practised to get better marks in examinations.


1)What is the meaning of natural growth of population in the world ?

2)How does the ‘Equity’ make the life of disadvantaged peoples comfortable ?

3)Cite one example of basic industry.

4)What is a ‘Port of Call’ ? Give an example of it.

5)“The period from 1921-1951 is referred to as the period of steady growth of population in India.” Examine the statement.

6)“Kerala is able to record the highest value of H.D.I. in India.” Examine the statement.

7)How did Marmagao seaport gain significance after 1961 ?

8)Differentiate between the clustered and semi-clustered rural settlements with examples in India.

9)Examine the concept of Neodeterminism with example.

10)Explain the major objectives of developing ‘drought prone areas’ in India.

11)“Indiscriminate use of water by ‘increasing population’ and ‘industrial expansion’ have led to the degradation of the quality of water in India.” Explain the values that can help to discourage such practices.

12)“Dairy farming is both capital intensive as well as labour intensive in the world.” Justify the statement.

13)“Dairy farming is both capital intensive as well as labour intensive in the world.” Justify the statement.

14)Bring out clearly the differences between Tertiary and Quarternary activities.

15)Explain with examples, how Indian Railways contributed to the growth of Indian economy.

16)Explain the advantages of pipeline transport in the world. Examine the major problems of this mode of transport.

17)Describe the cultivation of Cotton and Jute in India with reference to geographical requirements and areas of production.

18)“Migration creates both benefits and problems for the areas people migrate from and migrate to.” Substantiate the statement.

19)The five geographical features are shown on the political outline map of the World as A, B, C, D and E. Identify these features with the help of the information given below and write their correct names on the lines marked near them :

(A) The country with largest area in South America.

(B) An area of subsistence gathering in Asia.

(C) A major seaport in Africa.

(D) An International airport.

(E) A mega city.

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