1. Present a critical analysis of the theory of Isostasy
  2. Geology has provided a lot of benefit to mankind from economic perspective but at the cost of high environmental price. Discuss? 
  3. Explain the Nature & path of insolation, its interception and related budget.
  4. Discuss the shortcomings of the tricellular mechanism of atmospheric circulation. How Palmen’s model is an improvement over the tricellular mechanism in explaining this shortcoming. 
  5. Analyse the role of Mt. systems in weather phenomena taking example
  6. Analyse the different scalar levels of climate change along with its causes. 
  7. Examine the relationship between ocean bottom relief and maritime geopolitics
  8. “The emergence of Behavioural Geography was due to the disillusionment with axioms on which models were based and the axioms were far removed from reality.” Comment.
  9. State of economic development of a country is determined as much by the availability and resource as by secularised process of thinking of the population. Analyse 
  10. Discuss the relevance of Genuine Progressive Index in India as an effective sustainable means of economic development.
  11. “Huge populations of developing countries are not a curse. These may be and also are an asset, if situations are properly managed.” Elaborate on this assertion
  12. The variations in urban morphology are the result of different types of cultures and lifestyles. Critically analyse. 
  13. Analyse the mechanism of Indian Monsoon. How are the spatial-temporal variations and vicissitudes in precipitation related to this mechanism?
  14. Has climate change affect the- process of desertification of India?
  15. Floods and drought happen to be the two sides of the same coin. Critically analyse this statement with reference to India.
  16. The land use in India is reflective of the underlying economic bases, agricultural development and the state of environment. Discuss
  17. The efforts to utilise water resources has created more problems than it has solved. Analyse this statement and make suggestions for sustainable water development in India.
  18. In India, the sustainable availability of water recourse can be ensured by the interlinking of important rivers. Analyse the statement from environmental point of view.
  19. The development of marine resources must go side by side of the present state of economic growth in order to achieve sustainable growth.
  20. Distinguish between ‘agricultural productivity’ and ‘agricultural efficiency, and bring out the disparity in regional distribution of agricultural efficiency.
  21. Social forestry has been successful in those areas where public participation has been greater. Discuss the spatial context of Social Forestry
  22. Green Revolution has created more problems that it has solved. Discuss Green Revolution in the light of the social-economic and ecological impact.
  23. Discuss the recent trends in the localization of Iron and Steel industry.
  24. Discuss the geographical bases for rural industrialisation for rural development
  25. Present a comparative analysis of geographical factors responsible for distribution of human settlements in Rajasthan desert and North-Eastern regions of India.
  26. The Geopolitics of world has largely been determined by the availability and control over resources, particularly oil but new energy resources and technology has changed and is changing it. Explain
  27. India’s dominant position in South Asia is because of its economic might and its position at the head of Indian Ocean. Analyse how far it is correct and what factors will determine in future India’s pre-eminent position in world affairs.