# RBSE Solutions for Class 8 Social Science Chapter 7 Population

## RBSE Solutions for Class 8 Social Science Chapter 7 Population

RBSE Solutions for Class 8 Social Science Chapter 7 Population are part of RBSE Solutions for Class 8 Social Science. Here we have given RBSE Rajasthan Board Solutions for Class 8 Social Science Chapter 7 Population.

 Board RBSE Class Class 8 Subject Social Science Chapter Chapter 7 Chapter Name Population Number of Questions Solved 23 Category RBSE Solutions

### Rajasthan Board Class 10 Science Textbook Questions Solved

Question 1.

1.  The ancient scheduled tribe of Rajasthan is the:
(a) Bheel
(b) Meena
(c) Garasiya
(d) Sharia
2.  The least densely populated physical region of Rajasthan is:
(a) Eastern Plains
(b) Desert Region
(d) Aravali Mountain Ranges

1.  (a)
2.  (b)

Question 2.
Fill in the blanks:

1. Rajasthan has the maximum population of………….Tribe.
2. According to the population census of 2011 the total literacy rate of Rajasthan is……………….%.
3. Sex-ratio of children below 6 years of age in Rajasthan is …………………
4. Our state is also a …………………state.

1.  Meena
2. 66%
3. 888
4. Secular

Question 3.
What are the three factors or determinants of the population growth?
Three factors to determine the population growth are:

1. Population of a place (country, state, district etc.) e.g. population of Rajasthan in 2011.
2. Population of Rajasthan during some other year e.g. population of Rajasthan in 2001.
3. Difference between the two i.e. 2011-2001 = 10 years.

Question 4.
Why has the ‘Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao’ Yojna been launched?
‘Beti Bachao, ‘Beti Padao’ Yojna has been launched in 2015 to secure the rights of women and for women empowerment. The major aim of this Yojna is to make women economically and socially self dependent by educating them.

Question 5:
What does population change mean?
Population change means rise or fall in the population of a place. This change depends upon three factors i.e. deaths, births and migrations. Deaths more than births mean fall in the population growth and more births than deaths mean rise in the population growth. But there is another determinant to decide the population change i.e. migrations from one to place to another. Migration may be emigration or immigration. They together bring rise or fall in the population of different places. Thus population change depends upon three major factors i.e. Deaths, Birth and migrations (i.e. imigration and emigration).

Question 6.
Explain with an example the formula of determining population growth rate.
Let us take an example of Rajasthan state to understand the formula of population growth rate.

1. Population of Rajasthan in 2011- 68548437.
2. Population of Rajasthan in 2001 56507188.
3. Difference between the periods i.e. 2011 and 2001 = 10 years

$$Population\quad Growth\quad Rate\quad =\frac { 68548437-56507188 }{ 56507188 } \times 100$$
Thus, population growth rate of Rajasthan in a decade i.e. 10 years is = 21.31%.

Question 7.
Write a note on the regional distribution of population in Rajasthan.
Population in Rajasthan is unequally distributed in each district. The Eastern Rajasthan is more densely populated than the western Rajasthan. 10% of the total population of the state lives in Jaipur district whereas 1% of the total population lives in Jaisalmer. About 40%  people are living in 61% area of the Western desert region of the state, the least density i.e. 130 persons per sq. km. On the other hand about 33% population of the state is found in only 20% area of the eastern plain, mainly in Alwar, Bharatpur, Dausa, Dhaulpur, Tonk, Jaipur, Sawaimadhopur, Karauli and Bhilwara districts. This plain region has the highest density of population i.e. 332 persons per sq. km, because of the favourable agricultural conditionas found here plain land, availability of water, proximity to the National Capital Delhi, availability of basic facilities such as developed means of transportation, commerce and industries. The Aravali mountain region and south – east plateau region have medium density of population. The Western Rajasthan is thinly populated because of unfavourable geographical conditions and lack of basic facilities.

Question 8.
What does sex-ratio mean? Explain it with reference to Rajasthan.
Sex ratio means number of females per thousand males in a particular area.
Sex- ratio gives us the true picture of position of women in the society. As per 2011 population census the sex ratio in Rajasthan is 928 whereas it is 888 in the case fo children below six years of age. Sex-ratio will be higher in the society where women are respected and are given social recognition. On the contrary it will be lower if women are considered inferior to men and are given social recognition.

Question 9.
Write a note on the scheduled tribes in Rajasthan.
Most of the scheduled tribes live in villages, hills, plateaus and forests. Their means of livelihood are farming, manual labour and collection of forest produce. Most of the scheduled tribes are spread over the area beginning from Sirohi to Bundi, Kota, Tonk, Sawaimadhopur and Jaipur districts extending through Udaipur, Dungarpur, Chittorgarh and Banswara districts. Bhil, Garasiya, Meena and Saharia are the main scheduled tribes of Rajasthan. Among them, the Meena tribe has the maximum population. Saharia is the only tribe which has been included in the early Tribal group by the Government of India.

Bheel is the most primitive tribe of Rajasthan. The Bhils often use in their dialects the words of Dravida or Munda language, known as Vagadi or Bheel in the southern Rajasthan. They depend for their livelihood on farming and forestry. Almost half of the Meenas are living in Jaipur, Dausa, Sawaimadhopur, Karauli and Udaipur districts. The word ‘Saharia’ has been derived from the Persian word ‘Sahar’ which means the people living in forests. Sahara are living largely in the Shahbad and Kishanganj tehsils of Baran district of Rajasthan. Their means of livelihood are farming, labour, collection of wood and forest produce.

### RBSE Solutions for Class 10 Additional Questions Solved

Multiple Choice Questions
Question 1.
What does the term population distribution means?
(a) Population in a specified area changes over time.
(b)The number of people who die in relation to the number of people born in a specified area.
(c)The way in which people are spread across a given area.

Question 2.
If the birth rate of a country is more than the death rate, its population
(a) will increase
(b) will decrease
(c) will remain constant
(d) None of these

Question 3.
What are the three main factors that cause population change?
(a) births, deaths and marriage.
(b) births, deaths and migration
(c) births, deaths and life expectancy.
1 .(c)
2. (a)
3. (b)

Question 4.
Complete the sentences-
When people are attracted to an area it becomes…………….populated. Factors that influence this include………..climate, good supplies of
resources and……………land.
1. densely
2. favourable
3. natural
4. fertile

### RBSE Books Solutions Short Answer Type Questions

Question 1.
What do you understand by distribution of population?
The way in which people are spread across the earth surface is known as the pattern of population distribution.

Question 2.
What is density of population?
Number of persons living per unit of land is called density of population.

Question 3.
What is birth rate?
Birth rate is the number of live births per thousand people.

Question 4.
What is death rate?
The number of deaths per thousand people.

Question 5.
What is migration?
Migration is the movement in and out of the area.

Question 6.
Which two districts of Rajasthan have the highest density of population?
Two districts of Rajasthan having the highest density of population are:

1. Jaipur and
2.  Bharatpur.

Question 7.
Which part of Rajasthan has less density and why?
The Western Rajasthan has less density because of harsh geographical conditions and lack of basic facilities.

Question 8.
Name the districts of Rajasthan with the population growth rate of more than 30% and less than 15%.

1. Jaisalmer and Barmer are the districts with population growth rate more than 30%.
2. Districts with less than 15% growth rate of population are Sriganganagar, Jhunjhunu and Pali.

Question 9.
Name the districts of Rajasthan with the highest and the lowest sex-ratio (two in each case).

1. Two districts with the highest sex- ratio are-
(a) Dungarpur (994) and
(b) Rajsamand (990).
2. Two districts with the lowest sex-ratio are-
(a)  Dhaulpur (846)
(b) Jaisalmer (852)

Question 10.
Fill in the blanks with the correct answers:

Rajasthan has total population (a)………..  population Density (b) ……………………growth rate (c)………………….. Sex-ratio (d)……….. literacy (e) ……………..  male literacy(f)………… and female literacy (g)…………………

(a) 68548437
(b) 200
(c) 21.3
(d) 928
(e) 66.1
(f)79.2
(g)52.1

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