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Class 10 Geography Notes CBSE

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CBSE Geography for Class 10 is an essential group of the Social Science clan. Geography is a theoretical subject that does reading and taking notes of the chapters easy for students. The CBSE Notes For Class 10 Social Science Geography comprises a total of seven chapters that deal with the status of India's natural resources and their distribution across the different parts of the country. The chapter enlists the various manufacturing industries that deal with natural resources as raw materials. Geography Class 10 Notes also provides a brief comprehension of the technologies that help them connect in a way that fosters opportunities to rise.

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Q1. Briefly Explain the Various Agro-Based Industries.

Ans: Agro-based industries are based on agriculture raw materials such as sugar, cotton, silk, edible oils, or woollen textiles.

Sugar Industry: India stands as the second-largest producer of sugar across the world but also occupies the first in the line in the production of Khandsari and Gur. The Sugar Industry is seasonal. 


Textile Industry: The Textile Industry is the only industry that completes the chain value through its self-reliance; that is, the conversion of raw materials to the highest value-added products. The Textile Industry is a primary contributor to foreign exchange earnings, industrial production, and employment generation.


Jute Textiles: India is the largest producer of jute and its goods across the globe, and most of the jute mills are located in West Bengal that runs along the banks of River Hugli.

Q2. Enlist Five Essential Steps that State the Importance of Conservation of the Forest and Wildlife.

Ans: The five crucial steps that preserve the importance of Conservation of the forest and wildlife resources are:

The Joint Forest Management programme of India furnishes an excellent example as it involves the management and restoration of degraded forests in local communities.


The Chipko movement in the Himalayas is a step that resisted deforestation in several areas, which is a result of the community afforestation.


The Bhairodev Dakav' Sonchuri' deals with the inhabitants of five villages in the Alwar district of Rajasthan which resulted in the declaration of the 1,200 hectares of forest with a set of rules and regulations that guard and protect the wildlife.


The Sariska Tiger Reserve held by the villagers of Rajasthan have fought against mining through the Wildlife Protection Act.


Finally, the farmers and citizens groups like the Beej Bachao Andolan were to conserve the adequate levels of diversified crop production without utilisation of synthetic chemicals.