DMPQ-. Explain different types of rain.

They can be of various types depending upon the process of precipitation,  obstacles etc. Convectional Rain The, air on being heated, becomes light and rises up in convection  currents. As it rises, it expands and loses heat and consequently, condensation takes  place and cumulous clouds are formed. With thunder and lightening, heavy rainfall  takes place … Read more

DMPQ- . Discuss the types of cells formed primary wind circulations.

. The trade winds, westerly and easterlies  are the permanent winds. These blow constantly throughout the year in a particular  direction and they are global in nature.  These play an important role in, and in turn get influenced too, formation of Weather  Cell. Headly Cell The air at the Inter Tropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) rises … Read more

DMPQ- Point out the major mineral belts of India.

. Most of the metallic minerals in India occur in the peninsular plateau region in the old  crystalline rocks. Over 97 per cent of coal reserves occur in the valleys of Damodar, Sone, Mahanadi and Godavari.  Areas of high rainfall lack in soluble minerals like Limestone, Gypsum and Salt.  Northern Plains are poor in minerals … Read more

DMPQ- . Discuss the major crop patterns in India.

. Some of the major cropping systems are:  Sequential system Multiple crops are grown in a sequence using short duration crops and intense input management. In Maharashtra, a sequence of Rice, Beans and Ground nuts is  followed. It is the most common cropping system in India. Mixed cropping It refers to crop mixture of two … Read more

DMPQ-How does flood effects India during monsoon and how Governments prepares to control it ?

Frequent inundation of agricultural land and human settlement, particularly in Assam, West Bengal, Bihar and Eastern Uttar Pradesh (flooding rivers), coastal areas of Orissa, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Gujarat (cyclone) and Punjab, Rajasthan, Northern Gujarat and Haryana (flash floods) have serious consequences on the national economy and society. Floods do not only destroy valuable … Read more