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SGBAU Syllabus

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SGBAU B.SC/B.Com/MA/Engg Syllabus Details

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SGBAU Syllabus Overview

MA Syllabus Details: is going to provide the MA (Geography) complete syllabus details with the subjects name and topics covered in the particular subjects as indicated below:
Geomorphology and Oceanography
Climatology and Ecosystem
Regional Planning & Development, Geography of Tourism

Unit No.
Topics Covered
Geomorphology and Oceanography
·         Nature and Scope of Geomorphology
·         Fundamental concepts
·         Geological Structures and Landforms,
·         Uniformitarian’s,
·         Multicyclic and Polygenetic Evolution of Landscopes,
·         Concept of Threshold, Envirnmental Change,
·         Climatic Change and Geochronological Methods- Documentary Evidence,
·         Artifacts,
·         Majorhorizons, Dendrochronology,
·         Pollen,
·         Thermoluminescence.
·         Earth movements epeirogenic,
·         orogenic and cymatogenic earth movements.
·         Forces of crustal instability,
·         isostasy,
·         plate tectonics,
·         seismicity,
·         volcanicity,
·         orogenic structures with reference to the evolution of the Himalayas
·         Exogenic Processes;
·         concept of gradation,
·         Agents and processes of gradation,
·         causes,
·         types and classification of weathering,
·         massmovement erosional,
·         depositional processes and resultant landforms
·         soil formation Slop evolution,
·         down wearing parallel retreat and stope replacement models
·         Nature and scope of oceanography History of oceanography:
·         distribution of land and water:major features of ocean basins:
·         continental margin and deep ocean basins: earth structure and plate tectonics : Marine deposits
·         Physical and chemical properties of sea water
·         Interlink between atmospheric circulation and circulation patterns in the oceans
·         surface currents
·         The rmohaline waves and tides in the oceanic block/Law of the sea
·         exclusive economic zone
·         mineral oil deposits and formation of coral-reefs,
·         man and marine Environment
Climatology and Ecosystem
·         Nature & scope of climatology.
·         composition,
·         Mass and structure of the atmosphere.
·         Insolation heat balance of the earth,
·         green house effect:
·         Forces controlling motion ofair,
·         Vertical and horizontal distribution of temperataure.
·         Atmospheric motion: Forces controlling motion of air Air presser belts
·         vertical motion Local winds,
·         jet stream,
·         general circulation in the atmosphere
·         Tropical temperate and high latitude weather systems-concept of air-masses.
·         Fronts atmospheric disturbances,
·         ocean atmospheric interaction-El Nino
·         south oscillation (ENSO) and Lanina,
·         Global warming
·         Monsoon winds
·         norwesters,
·         cyclones tropical temperate phenomena,
·         Climate of India and its controls Western disturbances.
·         Climatic classification of koppen and thornthwaite,
·         Major climates of the world tropical,
·         temperate desert and mountain climate
·         General systems
·         ecological concepts
·         Geography as human ecology.
·         Ecology concept and components.
·         Ecosystem- form and function;
·         trophic level,
·         ecological pyramids,
·         ecological niche,
·         energy and nutrients in the ecosystem,
·         hydrological cycle,
·         Food chains and food webs.
·         Major terrestrial ecosystem of the world:
·         agriculture,
·         forest,
·         Grassland and desert.
·         Population Growth and environment,
·         carrying capacity of the earth Land resources
·         world food security,
·         Biodiversity and its depletion.
·         Preservation and conservation of the ecosystem through resourse management
Regional Planning & Development, Geography of Tourism
·         Regional concept in geography,
·         conceptual an theoretical framework,
·         merits and limitations for application to regional
·         planning and development;
·         changing concept of the region from an interdisciplinary view-point,
·         Concept of space, area and location attributes.
·         Types of regions: Formal and functional uniform and nodal,
·         single purpose and composite region,
·         in the context of planning;
·         regional hierarchy,
·         Special purpose regions.
·         Physical regions, resource regions,
·         regional division according 18 19 to variations in levels of socio-economic development special
·         purpose regions river valley regions,
·         metropolitan regions,
·         problem regions- hilly regions,
·         tribal regions, regions of drought and floods
·         Approaches to delineation of different types of regions and their utility in planning.
·         Planning process-sectoral, temporal and spatial dimensions; short, term and long term perspectives of planning.
·         Planning for region’s development and multi regional planning in a national context,
·         Regional Development Strategies,
·         Concentrations Vs dispersal concept of multi level planning,
·         decentralized planning,
·         Regional development in India- Problems and properties
·         Basics of Tourism;
·         Definition of Tourism;
·         Factors infuencing
·         Tourism,
·         Historical,
·         natural,
·         Socio-cultural and Economic;
·         Motivating Factors for Pilgrimages,
·         Leisure,
·         Excreation;
·         Elements of Tourism,
·         Tourism as an Industry
·         Tourism Types:- Cultural,
·         ecoethnocoastal and adventure
·         Tourism,
·         National and International Tourism Globalization and tourism,
·         Impact of Tourism;
·         Physical,
·         economic and Social and Perceptional positive and negative impacts;
·         Environmental laws and tourism current trends
·         spatial patterns and recent changes;
·         Indian tourism :
·         Regional dimensions of
·         Tourist’s attraction.
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