Vishwa bharati public school, noida class IX integrated project work

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TERM I 2015 – 16


  1. It is an individual project. Each student will be marked on the work done by him/her.

  2. Prepare a file folder with index and an attractive cover page.

  3. Project to be done on A4 size pages.

  4. Each subject’s project report should be of 4-5 pages only.

  5. Each subject’s project will be inserted in the file as an independent unit.

  6. The project needs to be hand written.

  7. Each subject is to be assigned the correct Unit No. and Page Number appropriately.

  8. Arrange the sheets of project in the following sequence:

Unit Subject Page No.

Unit I: English

Unit 2: Hindi / Sanskrit

Unit 3: Mathematics

Unit 4: Science

Unit 5: Social Science

Unit 6: Information Technology

As Per the 2010 FAO world agriculture statistics, India is the world's largest producer of many fresh fruits and vegetables, milk, major spices, select fibrous crops such as jute, several staples such as millets and castor oil seed. India is the second largest producer of wheat and rice, the world's major food staples. India is also the world's second or third largest producer of several dry fruits, agriculture-based textile raw materials, roots and tuber crops, pulses, farmed fish, eggs, coconut, sugarcane and numerous vegetables. India ranked within the world's five largest producers of over 80% of agricultural produce items, including many cash crops such as coffee and cotton, in 2010. India is also one of the world's five largest producers of livestock and poultry meat, with one of the fastest growth rates, as of 2011.

Aquaculture and catch fishery is amongst the fastest growing industries in India. Between 1990 and 2010, Indian fish capture harvest doubled, while aquaculture harvest tripled. In 2008, India was the world's sixth largest producer of marine and freshwater capture fisheries, and the second largest aquaculture farmed fish producer. India exported 600,000 metric tonnes of fish products to nearly half of all the world's countries.
India has shown a steady average nationwide annual increase in the kilograms produced per hectare for various agricultural items, over the last 60 years. These gains have come mainly from India's green revolution, improving road and power generation infrastructure, knowledge of gains and reforms. Despite these recent accomplishments, agriculture in India has the potential for major productivity and total output gains, because crop yields in India are still just 30% to 60% of the best sustainable crop yields achievable in the farms of developed as well as other developing countries. Additionally, losses after harvest due to poor infrastructure and unorganised retail cause India to experience some of the highest food losses in the world.


India is an agricultural country and it is the main occupation of the rural India. Let us look into some important factors on which it is dependent.

  1. Modern techniques of agriculture.(write in points)

  2. Write an essay on how the government support agriculture research , offer training to farmers for abundance in growth of crops and mention the government norms for the quality of food and health of the people of our country.



 organic

 (non-organic


  1. organic  non-organic)

  2. 

  3. 


  


Make a state wise comparative study for each of the following parameters for the year 1960, 2001 and 2011 using bar graph, pie chart or any other representative tool of the following.

  1. Agriculture products (Cash Crop)

  2. Agriculture products (Cereal Crop)

  3. Population of cattle

  4. Production of milk

( Data for the Punjab, Haryana, U.P., Kerala, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Gujarat Assam may be considered. )


1. Explain the purpose of hybridization.

2. Give an account of one crop developed by this technique, enlisting their specified functions.

3. Mention merits and demerits of hybridization.

4. What is artificial insemination? Name two breeds of cattle developed and mention their specific features.


India has become self sufficient in terms of food. Growth in agriculture sector is recorded after the decade of 1960s as an outcome of Green revolution.

Prepare a project report on development of agriculture resource covering the following aspects.

  1. Extension of Northern plains

  2. Impact of development of irrigation.

  3. Use of modern tools and implements

  4. Green revolution in India

Instructions: Use graphs, pie diagrams for comparative study.


Write an article in Word on the given theme. It should contain following formatting.

  1. A picture 2. A table 3. A water mark

4. Border 5. Coloured Background 6. Text formatting[ size, bold, italic etc]

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