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NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Geography

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NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Geography Chapterwise

Class 9 Geography Chapter 1 – India – Size and Location

Class 9 Geography Chapter 2 – Physical features of India

Class 9 Geography Chapter 3 – Drainage

Class 9 Geography Chapter 4 – Climate

Class 9 Geography Chapter 5 – Natural Vegetation and Wild Life

Class 9 Geography Chapter 6 – Population

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Class 9 Geography NCERT Solutions Chapterwise

NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Geography Chapter 1 – India – Size and Location

In this chapter, you will study where India is located in the world map, its size, why is its location unique, water bodies in India, oceans surrounding India, etc. Download NCERT Solutions for this chapter here.

NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Geography Chapter 2 – Physical features of India

This chapter explains to you how the Indian landscape came into existence. It also deals with the important features of India such as Himalayan Mountains, Northern Plains, Peninsular Plateau, Indian Deserts, Coastal Plains and Islands. Download NCERT Solutions for this chapter here.

NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Geography Chapter 3 – Drainage

This chapter tells you about the river systems of India i.e. the Himalayan rivers and the Peninsular rivers. Here, you will learn about the major rivers and tributaries and their sources, lakes and seas, the role that the rivers play in the Indian economy, pollution of rivers and measures to control it. Download NCERT Solutions for this chapter here.

NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Geography Chapter 4 – Climate

In this chapter, you will study the factors affecting the climate of India, Indian monsoon and its characteristics, distribution of rainfall, temperature and seasonal patterns. Download NCERT Solutions for this chapter here.

NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Geography Chapter 5 – Natural Vegetation and Wild Life

This chapter deals with the types of vegetation in India, medicinal plants in India, altitudinal variations, need for conservation of forests and measure to conserve them. This chapter also tells you about the wildlife in India, major species of animals, their distribution, need for the conservation of certain species and measures to do so. Download NCERT Solutions for this chapter here.

NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Geography Chapter 6 – Population

In this chapter, you will know the population density, distribution, composition, and growth of population with relation to geographical areas. This chapter also tells you about the literacy, health, occupational structure of the Indian population and the National population policy. Download NCERT Solutions for this chapter here.

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Solved Questions For You:

Question 1. Discuss the major components of population growth.

Answer: The major components of population growth are Birth Rate, Death Rate and Migration. The birth rate is the number of live births per thousand persons in a year. It is a major component of growth because, in India, birth rates have always been higher than death rates. The death rate is the number of deaths per thousand persons in a year and Migration is the movement of people across regions and territories. Migration can be internal or international. Internal migration does not change the size of the population but influences the distribution of population within the nation. Migration plays a very significant role in changing the composition and distribution of the population.

Question 2. Why is the rate of population growth in India declining since 1981?

Answer: The rate of population growth is rapidly declining in India since 1981. Family planning measures were adopted, leading to a decline in the birth rate. The natural increase in population is the difference between birth rates and death rates.

Question 3. Define age structure, death rate and birth rate.

Answer: 

Age Composition:
• The age composition of a population refers to the number of people in different age groups in a country.
• The number and percentage of a population found within the children, working-age and aged groups are notable determinants of the population’s social and economic structure.
• Population of the country can be grouped into three categories:
→ Children (below 15 years): economically unproductive, need to be provided with food, clothing, education and medical care. Comprises 34.4% of the total of India’s population.
→ Working Age (15-59 years): economically productive and biologically reproductive. Considered as working population. Comprises 6.9% of the total of India’s population.
→ Aged (Above 59 years): can be economically productive though they may have retired. May be working but they are not available for employment through recruitment. Comprises 58.7% of the total of India’s population.

Increased facilities provided to live a comfortable life and better medical facilities that have brought down the death rate is the cause for an increase in people being added every decade despite the decline in growth rate.
(i) The rate of population growth has been declining as a result of greater use of birth control measures.
The difference between birth rate and death rate accounts for a natural increase in population.

Question 4. How is migration a determinant factor of population change?

Answer: Immigration is the migration of an individual into a place. When individuals immigrate to a new location, they increase the population within that area.

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