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Syllabus and Exam Weightage for Class 12 Geography

The new pattern for CBSE Class 12 Geography requires students to work very hard for the exams, especially for the CBSE Class 12 Geography syllabus, which is very complicated at times. Extramarks provides the best quality learning material for Geography Class 12 Syllabus. The topics in syllabus of Geography Class 12 are written in a very easy to understand language. Below are some of the topics from Geography Syllabus Class 12- Fundamentals of Human Geography. 

Chapter 1 Human Geography (Nature and Scope)
Chapter 2 The World Population (Distribution, Density and Growth)
Chapter 3 Population Composition
Chapter 4 Human Development
Chapter 5 Primary Activities
Chapter 6 Secondary Activities
Chapter 7 Tertiary and Quaternary Activities
Chapter 8 Transport and Communication
Chapter 9 International Trade
Chapter 10 Human Settlements

Science, growth, and quaternary operations can be described as an advanced form of services requiring specialized knowledge, technical skills, and administrative skills. Along with the Tertiary Sector, the Quaternary Sector has replaced all primary and secondary jobs as the basis for economic growth. Opportunities that emerge from the development based on information and communication technology are unevenly distributed around the globe. The cultural, political and social differences between countries are wide-ranging. The digital divide is the disparity between resources available to people at different places that occur because of unequal information and communication network access. Services are offered at many different levels. Some are geared towards industry, some are geared towards people and some are geared towards industry and people, for example, the transport systems. Certain low-order services such as grocery stores, shops, and laundries are more common and widespread than high-order which are more specialized such as those of accountants, consultants, and physicians. Individual consumers are provided with services that can afford to pay for them. The gardener, the launderers and the barber, for example, mainly do physical labour. Teachers, judges, physicians, artists, and others do mental labour.

The service sector is well developed in regions where the technical and educational know-how is strong. International trade in services is stepping up. Many can easily take advantage of the services once generated and provide high monetary value in terms of wages, service charges, etc. As a country develops, more and more people are turning to tertiary activities, and even faster is the share of tertiary activities in GDP. The service sector generates some foreign exchange and profits for the economy with the lumped sum. The service sector is, therefore, a major contributor to modern economic growth.

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