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NIOS-Geography Part-2 Study Material for Examination are following.
Module-1 Study of Geography as a geography
Chapter-1 Nature of Geography as a Discipline
Module-2 Changing Faces of the Earth
Chapter-2 Earth Interior And its Material
Chapter-3 Dynamic Surface of the Earth
Chapter-4 Evaluation of Land-forms Due to Internal Faces
Chapter-5 The Working of Running Water and Underwater
Chapter-6 The work of moving Ice and Sea Waves
Module- 3 Domain of the Water of the Earth
Chapter-7 Oceans Of Submarine Relief and Circulation of Ocean Water
Module-4 Domain of Air on the Earth
Chapter-8 Structure and Composition of Atmosphere
Chapter-9 Isolation and Temperature
Chapter-10 Atmospheric Pressure and Wind
Chapter-11 Humidity and Precipitation
Chapter-12 Whether and Climate
Module-5 Domain of Life on the Earth
Chapter-15 Major land forms and Their Significance
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