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Download Geography NCERT- Principles of Physical Geography Class XI

Nov 9, 2015 18:07 IST

    Geography plays a very important part in the IAS Prelims Exam. It forms around 20-30 percent of the questions in the IAS Prelims Question Paper. It is very scientific subject and based on the scientific principles and hence candidates find it difficult to understand it sometimes.
    Principle of Physical Geography is one of the most important books for the IAS Prelims as well as IAS Main Exam.  It is written in a well planned manner and the presentation of the concepts is very chronologically explained. Moreover the figures used in explaining the concept are very useful.

    The candidates can redraw these figures in their answer sheet in order to get more marks.

    The presentation of this book is so designed to explain the things in a coherent and relative manner. It helps in understanding the concept as well as relating them with the other related concepts.

    UNIT I :GEOGRAPHY AS A DISCIPLINE

    1.Geography as a Discipline

    UNIT II : THE EARTH

    2. The Origin and Evolution of the Earth

    3. Interior of the Earth

    4. Distribution of Oceans and Continents

    UNIT III : LANDFORMS

    5. Minerals and Rocks

    6. Geomorphic Processes

    7. Landforms and their Evolution

    UNIT IV : CLIMATE

    8. Composition and Structure of Atmosphere

    9. Solar Radiation, Heat Balance and Temperature

    10. Atmospheric Circulation and Weather Systems

    11. Water in the Atmosphere

    12. World Climate and Climate Change

    UNIT V : WATER (OCEANS)

    13. Water (Oceans)

    14. Movements of Ocean Water

    UNIT VI : LIFE ON THE EARTH

    15. Life on the Earth

    16. Biodiversity and Conservation

    GLOSSARY



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