B.A in GeographyRani Durgavati University
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Relevance of oceanography and atmospheric sciences. Surface configuration
of ocean. Floor, continental shelf, continental slope, abyssal plain, midoceanic
and oceanic trenches.
Relief of Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Oceans.
Distribution of temperature and salinity in oceans and sea.
Circulation of oceanic water: waves, tides and currents; currents, currents of
Atlantic, Pacific and Indian oceans.
Marine deposits and coral reefs; coastal environment. Oceans as storehouse
of resources for the future.
Manufacturing industries: factors affecting location; location, growth and
distribution of iron and steel industry in United States of America, Russia,
Great Britain, Germany and India;
Aluminum industry . location and distribution in the world; cotton textile
industry in United States of America, Great Britain, China, Japan and India.
Growth and distribution; woolen textile industry- location and world
distribution; petrochemical industry-world distribution; fertilizer industryworld
Trade: Law of trade. World trade wheat, cotton, tea, coffee, petroleum and
iron ore. Changes in World economy in context of globalization.
Transport: relative significance of different means of transport; factors
affecting land, water and air transport; world oceanic routes, important
inland waterways, important canals and rail routes.
Map projections: Conical projection : One standard and Two standard parallel , Polyconic
projection and Bonn's, Projection, Cylindrical; equal Area and equal distance projection.
Introduction of Weather maps and Interpretation of weather Maps
Scheme of toposheet & Interpretation of toposheets.
Survey - Prismatic compass survey.
Correction of Bearings and mapping