AIM & OBJECTIVES
To help students develop a huge imaginative advantage by enhancing their concept, knowledge observation and application capabilities along with imagination and simplifying their learning immensely.
To help answer any question that may be asked from anywhere from the world in any manner.
To help memorise their facts easily and to improve their retentivity.
To help build a base for studying Current Affairs and International Relations which will be virtually impossible without having a command over World Map location (from the perspective of Geography Optional and GS mains also this section is very important).
10-20 in Prelims
FOR PREPARATION OF GEOGRAPHY, THE KNOWLEDGE OF INDIAN GEOGRAPHY FORMS A MAJOR SECTION
This section includes the physiography alongwith its description in detail with highest peaks, topography and how its evolution took place. The drainage system and the flow of rivers from its source to the place where they meet the sea is also shown in this sector. The detailed description of Map of India is as follows:
- Physiography- Introduction
- Central Highlands
- Eastern Highlands
- Western Ghats
- Deccan Plateau
- Eastern Ghats
- Coastal Plains
- Drainage of India
- Climate of India
For all the aspirants it is suggested that they understand the holistic nature of India.