Geography

Minerals and Energy Resources

Question:

Name four bauxite-producing states.

Answer:

The Bauxite producing state are:(1)Jharkhand, (2) Orissa, (3) Gujarat, (4)Maharashtra.

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Minerals and Energy Resources

Q 1.

What is Anthracite?

Q 2.

Why do you think that solar energy has a bright future in India?

Q 3.

Describe the impact of globalisation on Indian agriculture.

Q 4.

Describe the distribution of iron ore in India.

Q 5.

What are conventional sources of energy?

Q 6.

Name three most important coal producing states of India.

Q 7.

Distinguish between the following
(a) Ferrous and non-ferrous minerals
(b) Conventional and non-conventional sources of energy.

Q 8.

What is commercial and non-commercial energy

Q 9.

Mention three areas where petroleum is found in India.

Q 10.

Write a brief note on conventional and non-conventional sources of energy.

Q 11.

Describe the distribution of coal in India.

Q 12.

Name six non-commercial sources of energy.

Q 13.

What are commercial sources of energy?

Q 14.

Distinguish between Natural Gas and BioGas

Q 15.

Suggest two ways of conserving minerals.

Q 16.

Name two non- metallic minerals.

Q 17.

Give three examples of metallic and three examples of non-metallic minerals.

Q 18.

List four non-conventional energy resources.

Q 19.

Name four important iron ore-producing states of India.

Q 20.

What is a mineral?

Q 21.

Describe the distribution of coal in India.

Q 22.

Name three states which are known for the production of mica.

Q 23.

Distinguish Between Commercial and Non-Commercial Energy

Q 24.

Name four bauxite-producing states.

Q 25.

Why do you think that solar energy has a bright future in India?

Q 26.

Distinguish Between Commercial and Non-Commercial Energy

Q 27.

How do we need to conserve mineral resources?

Q 28.

Name four manganese ore-producing states of India.

Q 29.

How are minerals formed in igneous and metamorphic rocks?

Q 30.

Distinguish Between Metallic and Non-metallic minerals

Q 31.

Distinguish between Anthracite and Bituminous Coal