Map-based questions are an important part of the CBSE Geography Board Exam paper. Every year 2 Map-based questions are asked in the Class 12th Geography Board Exam. These questions carry 5 marks each. The two questions are generally based on India and World Geography. In this article, we have provided some important map based questions that have either been previously asked by CBSE or are included in their sample papers.
Ques 1 Locate and label any five of the following geographical features with appropriate symbols on the political outline map of India :
- The state with highest level of urbanization.
- The leading state in the production of coffee.
- An oil refinery in Haryana.
- The steel plant setup in collaboration with U.K.
- An international airport in Assam.
- The major seaport in Odisha.
- The Headquarters of North-Eastern Railway.
- Singareni coal mines.
Ques 2 Identify the five geographical features shown on the given political outline map of the world as A, B, C, D and E. Write their correct names on the lines drawn near them with the help of the following information :
(A) An industrial region
(B) A major seaport
(C) The terminal station of a transcontinental railway
(D) An international airport
(E) A mega city
Ques 3 On the given political map of the world, following five features are shown. Identify these features with the help of the given key and write them on the blanks marked A , B , C , D and E
- A Mega city
- A major sea-port
- Grasslands of Africa with extensive commercial grain farming
- An important Shipping Canal
- Industrial region of the US.
Ques 4 Locate and Label any five of the following on the given political outline map of India.
- State having the lowest work participation rate.
- Major seaport located in Odisha
- International airport in Punjab
- Iron ore mine in Karnataka
- Cotton textile industry in Gujarat
- State with highest literacy rate g) Headquarter of North western railway zone h) Biggest sea port of India
Ques 5 Locate and label the following features with appropriate symbols on the given political outline map of India
(22.1) A major tea growing state
(22.2) Mayurbhanj - An area of iron ore mining
(22.3) An important steel plant in Karnataka
(22.4) An international southernmost airport in Kerala
(22.5) A city with a population of more than ten million in North India