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Code No. : 6089
Sub. Code : DMT 21
M.A. DEGREE EXAMINATION, APRIL 2014. Second Year – Non-Semester Tourism Management (DD & CE) GEOGRAPHICAL ASPECTS OF TOURISM (For those who joined in July 2008–2009 onwards) Time : Three hours
Maximum : 100 marks
PART A — (5 × 5 = 25 marks) Answer any FIVE questions out of Eight. 1.
Write a short notes on monsoon Rains in India.
Write a short notes on Tropic of Cancer.
What are the Continents of the World? Identify a few countries in each continent.
Write a note on Desert Tourism; also name a few countries popular for Desert Tourism.
What is sustainable tourism?
Write a short note on the social impact of tourism.
Write a note on GMT.
If the standard time in Singapore is +8:00 and the standard time in Greenland is –3.00, what would be the time difference between the two? PART B — (5 × 15 = 75 marks) Answer any FIVE questions out of Eight.
Write a detailed account on the North–East and South–East monsoon.
Give a detailed account on the geographical boundaries of India.
Write a detailed account on the scale and accuracy of maps.
Trace the 12 major deserts of the world and their importance in tourism.
Write a detailed account on Keoladeo Ghana bird sanctuary, Bharatpur.
Give a detailed note on the influence of India’s cultural geography on tourism and vice versa.
Protecting and preserving today’s geography for tomorrow’s tourism – Explain in detail.
Write in detail the two methods for calculating the Elapse travel time. _________________
Code No. : 6089