Indian Climate

Indian Climate

Indian Climate Tropical monsoonal country India denotes the effectivity of Northern mountain wall and peninsular marginal water bodies in the development of the consolidated spatial unit for climate analysis. Indian Climate can be categorized as Dry winter season: Extending between 15h December to 15th march during low sun positioning over India and thus prevalence of strong subtropical highs over India. Pressure profile ranges between 1014 to 1019 millibars.Thus  atmospheric  stability and offshore trade winds  facilitates the drier conditions typical to the season. Dry Summer season: Temporarily extending between 15 march…

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Indian Soil Types

Indian Soil Types

Indian Soil The diversity of prevailing climatic conditions, geological structure and the vegetative stand interprets the diversities of Indian soil types. Indian council of agricultural research has classified Indian soil types as:- Alluvial soil Black soil Red soil Desert soil Laterite soil Mountain soil Peat and Bog soil Saline and Alkaline soil These Indian soil types are discussed below Alluvial soil– Alluvial soil is one of the most important of the Indian soil types. The Alluvial soil pertaining to the featureless lowlands of the country is typical to Northern plains…

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Supreme Court of India and its Jurisdiction

Supreme Court of India and its Jurisdiction

jurisdiction of the Supreme Court of India The Supreme Court of India enjoys three types of jurisdiction 1.Original Jurisdiction :This means that certain types of cases can originate with the supreme court a)Dispute between centre and states b) Dispute between two or more states c) Dispute regarding the enforcement of fundamental rights 2. Appellate Jurisdiction:The Supreme Court is the highest court of appeal and its writs and decrees run throughout the country.All cases that come to the Supreme Court in the form of appeals against judgement of lower courts fall…

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Indian Vegetation

Indian Vegetation

The dominance of tropical monsoonal charactersitics make india dominantly recognized with hardwood decidious varieities of vegetation.collectively the Indian vegetation can be categorised as       A)The tropical Rainy or evergreen Indian vegetation is identified in the par moist location of the country .It is further subdivided into              1)Wet evergreen vegetation is the closest forest type applicable to regions with precipitation of more than 250 cm.The vegetation is dense with height varying from 35 to 40m. The major locations are malabar coast and part of…

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