Section-B (Human Geography)
Man and Environment Relationship
Growth and development of Human Geography; Concepts of Determinism
Races of mankind and tribes; growth and distribution of world
population; migration; population problems of developed and developing
Food gathering and hunting; pastoral herding; fishing and forestry;
Types of agriculture-shifting, subsistence, commercial and plantation;
Mining, Power; Manufacturing -locational factors of textile, iron and steel,
sugar and fertilizer industries; Tertiary activities-trade, transport,
communication and services.
Origin, types and patterns of rural settlements; Processes of
urbanisation; morphology and functional classification of towns;
million-cities and mega-cities.