RAS Mains Mock Test Series 2021 | Practice Test 3: The Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC), the premier body for conducting the RAS exam, has announced the Mains exam date of the Rajasthan Administrative Service (RAS) on the official website rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in. The RPSC RAS Mains Exam 2021 will be conducted on February 25 and 26, 2022.
The Mains exam will consist of 4 papers; all papers will be of 200 marks. The four papers include General Studies I, II, III, and General Hindi, General English Paper. The exam is held on a state-level basis. Each exam will be of 3 hours duration. The Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) has released a detailed syllabus for students appearing for the Mains Exam.
Candidates should be completely thorough with the syllabus of both the Prelims as well as the Mains examinations.
Knowing the topics and areas that require higher concentration will be extremely helpful when planning a study schedule. Candidates can then allocate more time to these particular areas and topics, rather than get left behind due to these subjects.
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RAS Mains 2021 Practice Test 3
1. Write short Notes:-
i. Jakham Dam
Jakham Dam is located in Pratapgarh District in Rajasthan. It is located in Anooppura village of Pratapgarh Tehsil; the dam is a main irrigation project of the area.
This dam is built on the Jakham River, which originates from a small village Jakhamia in Chhoti Sadri sub division. The Jakham dam’s foundation was laid on 14 May 1968 by then chief minister Mohan Lal Sukhadia.
Bhiwadi is a city in Alwar district of Rajasthan state in India. It is an industrial hub in Rajasthan. It is part of the National Capital Region.
iii. Kali Sindh River
The Kali Sindh is a river in the Malwa region of Madhya Pradesh. It belongs to the Ganges Basin. The Kali Sindh originates from Bagli (District Dewas) in Madhya Pradesh. It crosses the State Highway No 18 connecting Indore and state capital Bhopal near Sonkatch. The main tributaries of the Kali Sindh are Parwan, Niwaj and Ahu, Kuwari and Betwa Rivers.
It makes boundary of Shajapur and Rajgarh districts and enters Jhalawar and Kota districts of Rajasthan. The river then joins Chambal River at the downstream of Baran District in Rajasthan.
iv. National Highway No. 15
v. Palana Lignite Coal Fields
vi. National Desert Park.
2. Write very short answers of any four:-
1. Soil erosion
3. Density of population
4. Geological structure
5. Chhappan plain.
3. Divide Rajasthan into physical division and describe each of them in brief.
4. Write a geographical note on the water resources of Rajasthan and discuss problems and
conservation of water.
5. Write short notes on any three of the following:-
i. Problems of draughts and desertification in Rajasthan
ii. Causes of environmental pollution in the desert area of Rajasthan
iii. Drainage pattern of Rajasthan
iv. Major climatic regions of Rajasthan.
6. Provide a chronological account of the development of irrigation in Rajasthan after independence. Show its impact upon food grain production.
7. What are the major power and energy sources of Rajasthan? Write about their contribution in the development of the State.
8. Write short notes on any three of the following:-
1. Animal wealth in Rajasthan
2. Reasons for the development of cement industry in Rajasthan.
3. Causes of industrial backwardness of Rajasthan
4. Importance and distribution of minerals in Rajasthan.
9. Explain the influence of physiographic and climate on the distribution of population in Rajasthan and population problems also.
10. Describe the impact of environment on habitat, economy and society of Meenas or Garasiyas in Rajasthan.