- G6/P8: Climatic Regions- Mediterranean
- G6/P9: Climatic Regions- Tundra, Taiga, China type
- G7/P1: Indian Geography: Himalayas & Northern Mountains
- G7/P2: Indian Geography: Northern Plains
- These geography lectures are conducted by Ms. Rajtanil at Sardar Patel institute of Public Administration (SPIPA), Ahmedabad.
- On 7nd March, remaiing climatic regions were finished and Indian geography segment began. Total ~2:30 hours but I’ve split it into four parts.
- PowerPoint of the lecture, available at Mrunal.org/Download
- Medium of instruction- Hindi.
- English version not possible for the moment, because faculties are required to teach at this batch, in Hindi/Gujarati only. Besides, same content is available in English in the powerpoints.
G6/P8: Climatic Regions- Mediterranean
- Recap of the topics covered in previous lecture on Climatic regions of world: Equatorial region, Tropical desert, continental deserts, Tropical grasslands, temperate grasslands, African Savannah, Prairies of North America, Pampas of South America, Steppe of Central Asia, Veldt of Africa.
- Climate and vegetation of above region.
- Warm temperate western margin (Mediterranean climate): dry summer, winter rainfall, Movement of Jet Streams, Western disturbances to India.
- Mediterranean climate: vegetation, agriculture, Europe, USA, South America, Australia, S.Africa.
Youtube Link: http://youtu.be/DpiI943qibQ
G6/P9: Climatic Regions- Tundra, Taiga, China type
- Warm temperate eastern margin
- 3 division of Warm temperate eastern margin
- China type Climate: in summer, in winter, agriculture and vegetation.
- Warm temperate eastern margin climate: economy, vegetation, agriculture
- Cool temperate western margin (British type): location, climate, rainfall, vegetation, economy-lumbering, market gardening
- Cool temperate Eastern Margin (Laurentian type) climate: locations in America, China and Japan; their vegetation, Fishing and economic activities.
- Taiga : location, vegetation, flora-fauna
- Tundra: vegetation and aborigines
Youtube Link: http://youtu.be/9UG56TwViLc
G7/P1: Indian Geography: Himalayas & Northern Mountains
- List of Topics under Physical Indian geography
- Geological history of India: Pre-cambrian era; proto continents, Pre-cambrian era; lineaments of proto continents, Geosynclines on margins of proto-continents
- Gondwana times: faulting near Mahanadi, Damodar, faulting along western coast
- Mesozoic time: India broke up from Godwana
- Late Cretaceous: India move over Hot spot
- Tertiary time: Indian plate collision with Eurasian: upliftment of Himalayas
- Tertiary time: Western Ghats
- 3 phases of formation of Himalayas
- Tertiary time: northern plains
- Divisions of Physiography of India
- Northern mountain complex formation.
- Phases of formation of Himalayas
- North-south division of Himalayas
- Great Himalayas, Middle Himalayas and shiwaliks
- Structure of Himalayas: Convex shape, Syntaxial bent in Himalayas
- Hog-back structure (Himalayas resting on Tibetan plateau)
- Antecedent rivers of Himalayas
- Meaning of antecedent rivers and super imposed rivers
- Western and eastern Himalayas: formation, why Western Himalayas broader than eastern Himalayas
- Difference between western and Eastern Himalayas
- Nepal Himalayas, West and east Himalayas
- UPSC prelims 1995 question
- East-west division of Himalayas
- Kashmir-Punjab Himalayas, Kumaon Himalayas, Nepal Himalayas, Sikkim Himalayas, Assam Himalayas
- UPSC Prelim 2003 question
- Duns- formation in Himalayas
- Karewas of Kashmir
- Importance of Himalayas to India
- UPSC prelim 2010 question, 2012 question
- Trans-Himalayas: Karakoram, Ladakh, Zaskar and Kailash
- Peaks of Trans Himalayan ranges
- Purvanchal and Important facts for exam
- Extension of Purvanchal: Andaman and Nicobar islands
Youtube Link: http://youtu.be/IO1Ug6lSVM4
G7/P2: Indian Geography: Northern Plains
- Northern Plains- its division and importance to India
- North-south division of Northern plains: Bhabhar, Terai,
- Formation of Bangar and Khadar
- East-west division of Northern plains: Rajasthan plains: Gangasagar region, Rajasthan Bagar
- Deserts in Rajasthan
- Punjab plains
- Gangetic plains: 3 divisions- Upper-Gangetic plains, Middle-Gangetic plains and Lower-Gangetic plains
- Assam plains and Tributaries of Brahmaputra
Youtube Link: http://youtu.be/GQ-LVYwB-Wk
Sir and ma’am thank you for your all efforts for us .sir or ma’am please clearify how much Or which chapters are necessary to read from ncerts ?
hi ! my friend will be completing his second year b.a this year in may and he’ll get into final year from july and possibly complete his degree next year may 2016. i wanted to know if he can appear for this years prelims in august2015. thanks and regards.
during interaction of indian plate with euraisian plate …i m confuse with clockwise and anticlockwise direction.because clockwise direction looking anti-clockwise and anti-clockwise looking clockwise in slide …..
thank you mam.
Ma’am is it necessary to put your picture everywhere?,we know you are very beautiful and intelligent. No offence. :)
Thankyou so much
But zanskar range is a part of Greater Himalaya…. Madam said it lies in Trans Himalaya.. Please correct me if I’m wrong.. Just check the map of Dr Khullar’s GEOGRAPHY map.. Or CBSE CLASS IV text book..
mam please use mouse to indicate point in map.as u have used in 1-2 lecture.Pointer in not visible in the lecture.so kindly use mouse.
Mam, Can u provide all General Studies tutorial of IES …for IES 2015 ?
Thanks a lot ma’m and sir :-)
In geography lecture mam say that reason for day night(2013 upsc) is revolution of earth but many books including Bible(NCERT) says it is rotation. clarify.
sir are these videos available on google drive as well.If yes can you provide me a link for that. Actually i can watch videos in the office by using proxy filters but unable to download the videos …..but i can download videos from google drive or any other forum websites which are normally not blocked…
Thanks in advance…
wonderful……….geography made easy….hats up to mrunal and madam…Keep up this good work
dear mrunal ,i have downloaded your lectures in power point ,but power points are not giving proper print outs ,so please suggest how to get your print out in better way other than power point ???please as i am fed of seeing lecture and then writing ..and it consumes a lot of time only in writing ……
thanks… where can i get the ppt of geography lectures?
Sir I am looking for good objective question books with explanations on Indian Geography for UPSC prelims. Please suggest me some good question books with explanation.
Thanks a lot mam
i am very thankfull to you