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Name the most abundantly available fossil fuel in India.

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જવાબ : Coal is the most abundantly available fossil fuel in India.


Which state of India is the largest producer of Bauxite?

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જવાબ : Odisha is the largest producer of Bauxite in India.


In the present day energy crisis, what steps will you like to take for saving energy?

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જવાબ : We can save the energy by the following ways.

  •  Switching off the electrical appliances when not in use
  •  Use of energy efficient devices like CFC bulbs and appliances
  •  Car pooling or use of public transport instead of private vehicles
  • Use of alternate sources of energy (non-conventional/renewable sources)


How is the mining activity injurious to the health of the miners and environment? Explain.

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જવાબ : Mining activity is injurious to the health of miners due to the following reasons.

  •  Inhalation of poisonous gases and dust make them vulnerable to pulmonary diseases.
  • The risk of collapse of mine roofs may risk the life of miners.
  • Inundation and fires in coalmines are a constant threat to the miners.
The following points show how mining affects the environment.
  •  It results in contamination of water.
  •  Dumping of waste and slurry leads to degradation of land and soil.
  •  It results in air and water pollution.


What are the two types of minerals according to occurrence in igneous and metamorphic rocks?

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જવાબ : In igneous and metamorphic rocks, minerals may occur in cracks, cervices, faults or joints. The smaller occurrences are called veins while the larger are called lodes.


Which rock consists of single mineral only?

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જવાબ : Limestone consists of single mineral.


How do minerals occur in sedimentary rocks?

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જવાબ : Minerals in sedimentary rocks occur in beds or layers. They are accumulated and concentrated in horizontal strata, for example coal.


How can biogas solve the energy problem mainly in rural India? Give your suggestions.

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જવાબ : Biogas is produced from shrubs, farm waste, animal and human waste mainly for domestic consumption in rural areas. It can solve the energy problem in rural India in the following ways.

  •  Decomposition of organic matter yields gas, which has higher thermal . efficiency than kerosene, dung cake and charcoal.
  • It provides the farmers with energy and improved quality of manure.
  •  It prevents the loss of trees and manure due to burning of fuel coal and cowdung cakes.


Describe any three features of ferrous minerals found in India.

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જવાબ : Three features of ferrous minerals are as follows.

  • Ferrous minerals account for about three-fourths of the total value of the production of metallic minerals.
  • They provide the base for the development of metallurgical industries.
  • India is rich in ferrous minerals and exports substantial quantities after meeting the local demands.


How can solar energy solve the energy problem to some extent in India? Give your opinion.

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જવાબ : Solar energy can solve the energy problem in India to some extent in the following ways:

  •  India is a tropical country and it has enormous possibilities of tapping solar energy.
  • It is the cleanest form of energy available free of cost.
  •  It minimises dependence of rural households on firewood and dung cakes.


‘There is a pressing need to use renewable energy resources.’ Justify the statement with suitable arguments.

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જવાબ : The given statement can be justified by the following arguments.

  • Increased consumption of energy resources has increased our dependence on fossil fuels like coal, oil and gas.
  •  There are uncertainties about the energy supplies in future because of their potential shortages.
  •  Use of non-renewable sources have serious consequences on the growth of national economy as they are getting expensive day by day.
  •  Above all, non-renewable sources pose a great threat in the form of pollution and other environmental issues.
  • Solar, wind, tide, biomass and energy from waste material can thus, be proved advantageous in long run.


‘Consumption of energy in all forms has been rising all over the country. There is an urgent need to develop a sustainable path of energy development and energy saving.’ Suggest and explain any three measures to solve this burning problem.

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જવાબ : The following are the measures to solve this burning problem.

  •  We should use public transport instead of personal vehicles as much as possible.
  •  We should switch off electricity when not in use.
  •  We should switch to power-saving devices.
  •  We should keep our power equipment well maintained.
  • Above all, use of non-conventional sources of energy would be of great help in overcoming the problem.


How does mining affect the health of miners?

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જવાબ : Mining produces dust and noxious fumes, which are inhaled by the miners. It
makes them vulnerable to pulmonary diseases.


How is iron ore transported from Kudremukh mines to a port near Mangalore?

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જવાબ : From Kudremukh mines to a port near Mangalore, the iron ore is transported as slurry through a pipeline.


Why does aluminum metal have great importance?

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જવાબ : Aluminium metal has great importance because it combines the strength of metals
such as iron, with extreme lightness and also with good conductivity and great malleability. It can be used as a substitute for steel.


How are gobar gas plants beneficial to the farmers?

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જવાબ : Gobar gas plants are beneficial to the farmers because they provide energy and
improved quality of manure.


Why should the use of cattle cake as fuel be discouraged?

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જવાબ : The use of cattle cake as fuel should be discouraged because huge loss of trees
will be there when we burn cattle cake and use it as source of fuel. It must be consumed in biogas plants for its effective usage.


How do minerals occur in sedimentary rocks?

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જવાબ : In sedimentary rocks, minerals occur in beds or layers. They are deposited in
horizontal stratas.


How do minerals occur in igneous and metamorphic rocks?

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જવાબ : In igneous and metamorphic rocks minerals occur in the cracks, crevices, faults
or joints. The smaller occurrences are called veins and the larger ones are called lodes.


Why is there a wide range of colours, hardness, crystal forms, lustre and density found in minerals?

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જવાબ :
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A wide range of colours, hardness, crystal forms, lusture and density is found in minerals because a particular mineral is formed from a certain combination of elements and depends upon the physical and chemical conditions under which the material forms.


A person who studies the formation of minerals, their age and physical and chemical properties – Who am I ?

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જવાબ : Geologist


Which one of the following is a non-metallic mineral? 

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જવાબ : Limestone


Kodarma Gaya-Hazaribagh belt of Jharkhand is the leading producer of which one of the following minerals? 

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જવાબ : Mica


Which one of the following fuels is considered environment friendly?

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જવાબ : Natural gas


Which one of the following minerals belongs to the non-ferrous category?

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જવાબ : Copper


Which one of the following states is the largest producer of ‘Manganese’ im lndia ? 

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જવાબ : Orissa


Which one of the following is the largest producers of copper in India? 

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જવાબ : Madhya Pradesh


Kudremukh is an important iron ore mine of ……………….

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જવાબ : Karnataka


The largest solar power plant is located at ……………

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જવાબ : Madhapur


Which of the following states is the oldest oil producing state in India? 

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જવાબ : Assam


Which one of the following minerals is a fossil fuel? 

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જવાબ : Coal


Which one of the following states has the largest wind-farm cluster? 

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જવાબ : Tamil Nadu


What for is Moran-Hugrijan famous ? 

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જવાબ : Oil field


Which one of the following minerals is contained in the Monazite sand ?

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જવાબ : Thorium


Kudremukh is an important Iron Ore mine of ………………

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જવાબ : Karnataka


Minerals are deposited and accumulated in the stratas of which of the following rocks?

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જવાબ : Sedimentary rocks


Khetri mines in Rajasthan are famous for ………………

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જવાબ : Copper


Neyveli Lignite mines are located at …………….

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જવાબ : Tamil Nadu


The largest solar power plant is located at ……………….

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જવાબ : Madhapur


Kakrapara nuclear power station is located in the state of …………………….

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જવાબ : Gujarat


The Rhur of India is ………………

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જવાબ : Damodar valley


The richest mineral belt of India is ………………

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જવાબ : Peninsular Plateau


The finest quality of iron ore is ……………..

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જવાબ : Magnetite


Which one of the following states is the leading producer of Manganese ?

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જવાબ : Orissa


Which of the following industries is limestone a basic raw material?

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જવાબ : Cement


Low grade brown coal is called

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જવાબ : Lignite


Which of the following is an offshore oil field ?

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જવાબ : Mumbai High


India exports ………… minerals.

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જવાબ : Ferrous minerals


Indian Iron ore is mainly exported to ……………

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જવાબ : Japan


Which one of the following is not a conventional source of energy?

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જવાબ : Wind


Explain the use of petroleum as an energy resource and as an industrial raw material. (2011 OD)

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જવાબ : The use of petroleum as a source of energy:

  1. It is used as a fuel for internal combustion engines in automobiles.
  2. It is used as a fuel for railways and aircrafts.
  3. It provides fuel for heat and lighting.
The use of petroleum as an industrial raw material:

  1. It is used as lubricant for machinery.
  2. It is used as raw material for a number of manufacturing industries, for example, chemical industry.
Its numerous by-products are used in petrochemical industries such as fertilizer, synthetic rubber, synthetic fibre, medicines, vaseline wax, soap, cosmetics etc.


Distinguish between conventional and non-conventional sources of energy. (2013 D)

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જવાબ : Energy sources can be classified as conventional and non-conventional sources.

Conventional Sources

Non-conventional Sources

(i) They have been in use since ages.

(i) The technology for their large-scale development is relatively new.

(ii) Except hydel power they are exhaustible or non-renewable, e.g., coal, petroleum and natural gas.

(ii) They are inexhaustible sources of energy, e.g., solar, wind and tidal energy.

(iii) These non-renewable resources create pollution.

(iii) They are pollution-free, therefore are eco­friendly.

(iv) Except water, all other sources of energy are available in limited quantities.

(iv) They are freely and abundantly available in nature.

(v) It is costly.

(v) It is a cheaper source.

(vi) Because of their limited availability and exhaustible nature, we cannot depend on them for a long time.

(vi) Because of their abundant availability, they are dependable sources. Therefore, they are called our future energy resources.


Explain any three steps to be taken to conserve the energy resources. (2011 OD)

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જવાબ :

  1. We need to develop a sustainable path of energy development, i.e., increased use of renewable or non-conventional energy resources.
  2. We have to adopt a cautious approach for the judicious use of our limited energy resources.
  3. As concerned citizens we can do our bit by using public transport systems instead of individual vehicles, switching off electricity when not in use, using power saving devices etc.


What is the use of manganese? Name the largest manganese-ore producing state of India. (2012 D)

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જવાબ : Manganese is mainly used in the manufacturing of the following items:

  1. Steel (nearly 10 kg of manganese is required to manufacture 1 tonne of steel).
  2. Ferro-manganese alloy
  3. Bleaching powder
  4. Insecticides and paints
Odisha (Orissa) is the largest producer of manganese-ore in India.


Why is energy required for all activities? How can energy be generated? Explain. (2014 D)

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જવાબ : Energy is needed to cook, to provide light and heat, to propel vehicles and to drive machinery in industries. Energy is a basic requirement for economic development. Every sector of the national economy—agriculture, industry and transport—commercial and domestic needs inputs of energy.
Energy can be generated from fuel minerals like coal, petroleum, natural gas, uranium and from electricity. Conventional sources like firewood and cattledung cakes are most commonly used in rural India to generate energy.


‘Environmental degradation has been seen everywhere/ Explain any three values that can help to prevent environment degradation. (2014 D)

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જવાબ : Three values that can help to prevent Environmental Degradation:

  1. We must ensure sustainable and equitable use of resources without degrading the environment or risking health or safety.
  2. We must raise awareness and consciousness among people about the importance of judicious use of resources to prevent degradation of land, water, vegetation and air.
  3. The following measures must be adopted to prevent environmental degradation:
    • Minimising use of water for processing by reusing and recycling it.
    • Smoke can be reduced by using oil or gas instead of coal in factories.
Almost all machinery can be redesigned to increase energy efficiency and reduce noise.


Which is the most abundantly available fossil fuel in India? Mention its different forms. (2015 OD, 2014 OD, 2008)

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જવાબ : The most abundantly available fossil fuel is Coal.
There are four types of coal:

  1. Anthracite. It is the highest quality hard coal. It contains more than 80% carbon content. It gives less smoke.
  2. Bituminous. It is the most popular coal in commercial use and has 60-80% carbon content. Metallurgical coal is high grade bituminous coal and is of special value for smelting iron in blast furnaces.
  3. Lignite. It is a low grade brown coal. It is soft with high moisture content.
Peat. It has a low carbon and high moisture content. It has low heating capacity and gives lot of smoke on burning.


How is the mining activity injurious to the health of the miners and environment? Explain. (2015 D)

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જવાબ : Adverse effect on health: The dust and noxious fumes inhaled by miners make them vulnerable to pulmonary diseases.
The risk of collapsing mine roofs, inundation and fires in coal mines are a constant threat to miners.
Adverse effects on the environment:

The water sources in the region get contaminated due to mining.

Dumping of slurry and waste leads to degradation of land, soil and increase in stream and river pollution. Stricter safety regulations and implementation of environmental laws are essential to prevent mining from becoming a ‘killer industry’.


In the present day energy crisis what steps will you like to take for saving energy? (2015 D)

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જવાબ : Energy is required for all activities. It is needed to cook, to provide light and heat, to propel vehicles and to drive machinery in industries.

  1. Energy is the basic requirement for economic development.
  2. Every sector of national economy — agriculture, industry, transport and commerce needs greater inputs of energy.
  3. In the domestic sector also, energy demands, in the form of electricity, are growing because of increasing use of electrical gadgets and appliances.
We have to adopt a cautious approach for the judicious use of our limited energy resources. So conservation of energy should be done at all levels. Increased use of renewable energy resources, e.g., solar energy, hydel power, etc.
We, as concerned citizens can help conserve energy in the following ways:

  1. Using more of public transport system instead of individual vehicles.
  2. Switching off electrical devices when not in use.
  3. Using power saving devices.
  4. Using non-conventional sources of energy such as solar energy, wind energy etc.
  5. Getting the power equipment regularly checked to detect damages and leakages.


How can solar energy solve the energy problem to some extent in India? Give your opinion. (2015 OD)

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જવાબ : Reasons:

  1. India is a tropical country and gets abundant sunshine.
  2. It has enormous possibilities of tapping solar energy.
  3. It is an inexhaustible source of energy which is freely available in nature.
  4. It is a cheaper source of energy and is fast becoming popular in rural and remote areas.
  5. Photovaltic technology is available which converts sunlight directly into electricity.
  6. Because of its abundant and free availability in all parts of India in addition to its ecofriendly nature, solar energy is called the energy of future.
Also use of solar energy will minimise the dependence of rural households on firewood. It will contribute to environmental conservation and reduce pressure on conventional sources of energy.


‘Consumption of energy in all forms has been rising all over the country. There is an urgent need to develop a sustainable path of energy development and energy saving/ Suggest and explain any three measures to solve this burning problem. (2016 OD)

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જવાબ : Every sector of the national economy—agriculture, industry, transport, (commercial and domestic), needs greater inputs of energy.

With increasing population and changing lifestyles energy consumption is increasing very fast. We are not self sufficient in energy according to demands. Therefore we have to adopt a cautious approach for the judicious use of our limited resources. Conservation of energy should be done at all levels.
Three measures to reduce consumption of energy in all forms:

  1. We can do our bit by using public transport systems instead of individual vehicles.
  2. Switching off electricity when not in use.
  3. Using power saving devices or using non-conventional sources of energy such as solar energy, wind energy etc.
  4. Checking the power equipments regularly can help in saving of energy.


What are the main types of formations in which minerals occur?

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જવાબ : Minerals generally occur in the following forms:

  1. Veins and lodes. In igneous and metamorphic rocks minerals may occur in the cracks, faults or joints by getting solidified in them. The smaller occurrences are called veins and the larger lodes, eg., metallic minerals like tin, copper, zinc and lead etc. are found in lodes and veins.
  2. In sedimentary rocks minerals occur in beds or layers. They are formed as a result of deposition, accumulation and concentration in horizontal strata. Some sedimentary minerals are formed as a result of evaporation, especially in arid regions eg., gypsum, potash and salt.
  3. Another mode of formation involves decomposition of surface rocks and the removal of soluble contents, leaving a residual mass of weathered material containing ores. Bauxite is formed this way.
  4. Placer deposits. Certain minerals occur as alluvial deposits in sands of valley floors and the base of hills, eg., gold, silver, tin and platinum. These are called placer deposits and contain minerals which are not corroded by water.
  5. Ocean waters contain vast quantities of minerals, eg., common salt, magnesium and bromide are largely derived from the ocean waters. The ocean beds are rich in manganese nodules.


Why is there a pressing need to use renewable energy resources in India? Explain any five reasons. (2013 OD)

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જવાબ :

  1. The growing consumption of energy has resulted in India becoming increasingly dependent on fossil fuels such as coal, oil and gas which are found in limited quantity on the earth. So there is an urgent need to use sustainable energy resources like solar, water, wind etc.
  2. Rising prices of oil and gas and their potential shortages have raised uncertainties about the security of energy supply in future, which in turn has serious repercussions on the growth of the national economy.
  3. Increasing use of fossil fuels also causes serious environmental degradation like air pollution, water pollution etc.
  4. Renewable sources of energy are pollution free and do not cause harm to ozone, therefore they are eco-friendly.
They are a cheaper source and are freely and abundantly available in nature.


How is energy a basic requirement for the economic development of the country? Explain with examples. (2013 OD)

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જવાબ : Reasons:

  • Energy is the basic requirement for economic development.
  • Every sector of national economy—agriculture, industry, transport and commerce needs greater inputs of energy.
  • In the domestic sector also, energy demands, in the form of electricity, are growing because of increasing use of electric gadgets and appliances.
  • The economic development plans implemented since independence necessarily required increasing amounts of energy.
  • Because of all these, per capita consumption of energy is continuously increasing.


Why is it necessary to conserve mineral resources? Suggest any four ways to conserve mineral resources. (2013 OD, 2012 OD, 2017 OD)

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જવાબ : Conservation of minerals is necessary because of the following reasons:

  1. The formation of minerals takes a long geological period of millions of years.
  2. They are finite, i.e., limited in nature.
  3. Many of them are non-renewable and exhaustible.
  4. The rate of replenishment of minerals is infinitely small in comparison to rate of consumption.
  5. They have to be preserved for our future generations because they are very important for industrial development of the nation.
Ways to mineral conservation:

  1. We should use minerals in a planned and sustainable manner.
  2. Improved technologies need to be evolved to allow use of low grade ores at low cost.
  3. Recycling of metals should be done.
  4. Using scrap metals and other substitutes should be promoted.
  5. Wastages in mining, processing and distribution should be minimized.
  6. Controlled export of minerals should be undertaken.


“There is an urgent need to develop a sustainable path of energy development.” Give two broad measures for it. As concerned citizens, how can you help conserve energy? (2012 D, 2011 OD)

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જવાબ : Two broad measures to develop a sustainable path of energy development are:

  1. We have to adopt a cautious approach for the judicious use of our limited energy resources. So conservation of energy should be done at all levels.
  2. Increased use of renewable energy resources, e.g., solar energy, hydel power, etc.
    Concerned citizens can help conserve energy in the following ways:
    • Using more of public transport system instead of individual vehicles.
    • Switching off electricity when not in use.
    • Using power saving devices.
    • Using non-conventional sources of energy such as solar energy, wind energy etc.
    • Getting the power equipment regularly checked to detect damages and leakages.


Highlight the importance of petroleum. Explain the occurrence of petroleum in India. (2016 D)

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જવાબ : Importance of Petroleum in India:

  1. It is the second most important energy source of India after coal. It can be easily transported by pipelines and does not leave any residue. This property of petroleum gives it an added advantage in its use over other fuels.
  2. It provides fuel for heat and light.
  3. It provides lubricants for machinery.
  4. It provides raw material for a number of manufacturing industries.
  5. It is an important fuel used in transportation sector.
  6. Petroleum refineries act as a ‘nodal industry’ for synthetic textiles, fertilizers and many chemical industries.
Occurrence of Petroleum in India:

  1. Most of the petroleum occurrences in India are associated with anticlines and fault traps in the rock formations of the tertiary age.
  2. In regions of folding anticlines it occurs where oil is trapped in the crest of the upfold. The oil bearing layer is porous limestone or sandstone through which oil may flow.
  3. Petroleum is also found in fault traps between porous and non-porous rocks.


‘Energy saved is energy produced.’ Assess the statement. (2017 D)

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જવાબ : Energy saved is energy produced. We cannot keep on producing non-renewable resources like petrol, diesel and electricity. So the need of the hour is the better utilization of existing resources. Energy depletion has become a global phenomenon at present time. The biggest problem that man has to face in near future is the energy crisis.

The demand of energy is growing manyfold in the form of coal, oil, gas or electricity but the energy sources are becoming scarce and costlier. Nearly 97% of the world’s consumed energy is coming from fossil fuels, coal, petroleum and natural gas. Among the various strategies for meeting energy demand, the efficient use of energy and its conservation is the best solution .
Following are some measures to conserve energy resources:

  1. We should try and use more and more public transport system instead of private vehicles.
  2. Electronic devices must be switched off when not in use.
  3. Reducing the consumption of non-renewable sources of energy.
  4. Solar Power should be used to the maximum to generate electricity.
  5. Recycling of goods and commodities can also help to conserve energy


Differentiate between metallic and non-metallic minerals with examples. (2013 D)

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જવાબ :

Metallic minerals

Non-metallic minerals

(i) Metallic minerals generally occur in igneous and metamorphic rocks. Certain minerals may also occur as alluvial deposits in sands of valley floor and base of hills.

(i) Non-metallic minerals occur in sedimentary rocks. They have been formed as a result of deposition, accumulation and concentration in the horizontal strata.

(ii) Metallic minerals comprise of ferrous minerals, non-ferrous minerals and precious metals. Ferrous minerals containing iron-ore, cobalt, account for strong development of metallurgical industries.

Non-ferrous minerals, e.g., copper, bauxite and precious metals, e.g., gold, platinum and silver play a vital role in metallurgical engineering and electrical industries.

(ii) Non-metallic minerals comprise of mica, salt, limestone, granite, etc. Limestone is used as raw material in cement industries. Mica, salt and granite are indispensable minerals used in electric and electronic industries.

(iii) Metallic minerals are found in Odisha, Chhattisgarh and Maharashtra.

(iii) Non-metallic minerals are found in Rajasthan, Jharkhand and Andhra Pradesh.


Differentiate between ferrous and non-ferrous minerals with examples. (2013 D)

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જવાબ : Ferrous minerals:

  1. Ferrous minerals account for about three fourths of the total value of the production of metallic minerals.
  2. They provide a strong base for the development of metallurgical industries.
  3. India exports substantial quantities of ferrous minerals to Japan and South Korea after meeting her internal demands.
Non-ferrous minerals:

  1. India’s reserves and production of non-ferrous minerals is not very satisfactory.
  2. Non-ferrous minerals include copper, bauxite, lead, zinc and gold.
  3. They provide a strong base for the development of metallurgical, engineering and electrical industries.
  4. Non-ferrous minerals like copper and bauxite are mainly found in Madhya Pradesh and Odisha respectively.


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Goa

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MANGANESE

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Nagaland

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NICKEL

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Bihar

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Karnataka

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Sikkim

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BAUXITE

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Kerala

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Madhya Pradesh

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COPPER

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Jharkhand

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GOLD

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Haryana

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Karnataka

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Meghalaya

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Tamil Nadu

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Sikkim

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Rajasthan

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COPPER

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Jaipur

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GOLD

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Gujarat

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Karnataka

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Meghalaya

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Goa

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Bihar

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Nagaland

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Goa

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Kerala

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COPPER

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Cuttack

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GOLD

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Uttrakhand

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West Bengal

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Odisha

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Rajasthan

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Jaipur

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Sikkim

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Goa

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Karnataka

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