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Instructor: K. At least questions in Paper I of Geography Optional are always expected. This means by preparing this section, one can prepare for about marks. The section and the syllabus also acts as a multiplier effect. In fact questions asked in GS in the past were more specific and analytical than the questions of Geography optional. Moreover, by preparing this portion comprehensively gives you at least marks in prelims. That means that a cost benefit analysis of this portion of the syllabus highly favors a comprehensive preparation of Climatology.
Climatology is different from geomorphology in that it is completely conceptual rather than factual and conceptual unlike. Climatolgy has been derivative from Physics consequently an understanding of basic Physics is a must to prepare for Climatology.
The section of Climatology is unique because once you have conceptualized it well, it is conceptualized forever. Climatology is not easily forgotten once understood completely. The essence of understanding Climatology lies in understanding of various atmospheric phenomena, their causative factors, their impacts on earth and mankind, modifications caused by natural and anthropogenic factors and finally their applications.
In the Prelims section, questions from Physical Geography can fetch you marks. The course sequencing is not as per the syllabus.
This is done to provide concept to the candidates. If the candidates follow the topic after another as per the syllabus they will never follow the concept. Hence the sequencing and reordering has been done to students benefit so that students are able to connect the dots and connect their concepts. While picking Climatology to study, the candidate must have studied and understood three chapters-Composition of Atmosphere, Structure of Atmosphere, Insolation and Humidity.
Factors affecting Temperature distribution in the World. Temperature belts. Causes of Pressure differences and evolution of Pressure belts of the world. Global climatic change and role and response of man in climatic changes.
Climatology Instructor: K. Description Courses Content How to Use. Important geophysical phenomena such as, cyclone etc. Geographical features and their location Changes in critical geographical features ice-caps and the effects of such changes Thus, one can be sure of marks in GS Paper I. Siddhartha Modern Dictionary of Geography by K. Mukherjee Additional material that the students can go for Absolutely not needed.
Learning Sequencing as it should be in order to understand the topic, and chapter structure The course sequencing is not as per the syllabus. Online Learning sequence. First read the topics Listen to the explanation Now use the summary You have some model answers.
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Load More Reviews. Other Courses. Page No. Previous Year Questions. Practice Test QS. Composition of Atmosphere. Nature of Radiation, and Insolation. Heat budget of the earth. Atmospheric circulation. Planetary winds. Along with Indian Geography. See Video Along with Indian Geography. Atmospheric stability and instability. Hydrological cycle. Types and distribution of precipitation. Air masses. Temperate Cyclone and Frontogenesis. Tropical Cyclones. Applied climatology. No Video Explanation.
Completely factual Topic. Weather and Climate.
Sources and Resources. You can expect at least questions in Paper I of Geography Optional. It means by preparing this section well, you can be rest assured about marks from the UPSC kitty. Now let us talk about the multiplier effect of this component of the syllabus. In fact questions asked in GS in the past were more specific and analytical than the questions of optional! Moreover, by preparing this portion comprehensively shall give you at least marks in prelims.
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Instructor: K. At least questions in Paper I of Geography Optional are always expected. This means by preparing this section, one can prepare for about marks. The section and the syllabus also acts as a multiplier effect. In fact questions asked in GS in the past were more specific and analytical than the questions of Geography optional.
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