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Introduction : Syllabus and Strategy
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This is the overview lesson. It talks about objectives, target audience of this course. Syllabus for Geographic Thought given by UGC, and strategy to get JRF.

Neerja Patel
Assistant professor || Black belt holder || Certified Yoga Instructor || movies/ crafts/ knitting /novels/ poems/ excursion

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mam....you are really amazing ...but I think there is a mistake in the oil seed part of the slides.....the largest producer of groundnut is Gujarat... please check it out. and pranam.
Sameena Siraj
7 months ago
Thank you Anupama. Yes, Anupama. The largest producer of Groundnut is Gujarat. The text I had followed for the slides was an older edition. I beg your pardon Anupama. Thank you :)
I am Jahangir Molla, thank you mam for your service and once again thank you purpose of gives us these most knowledgeable video for Boostup our memories. Mam please German, America, Roman, British school of geography sequence upload please please please
Neerja Patel
6 months ago
thank you for your feedback Jahangir.. it means a lot to us as an educator :) I'll surely upload courses on these schools of Geography.. stay tuned :)
Jahangir Molla
6 months ago
OK mam
  1. Ancient Geographical Thought: Part 1 Ancient Greek Scholars and Their Contributions 240 Presented by Neeria Patel


  2. Neerja Patel t Assistant Professor Geography Black belt in Martial art Certified Yoga Instructor I like the process of acquiring wisdom by interchanging knowledge, that's why I'm here


  3. Target audience NET/JRF, CRET/RET Aspirants Undergraduate and postgraduate Geography students


  4. Objectives To help you to cover the syllabus of the topic 'Geographical thought To help you to qualify NET and get JRF


  5. Syllabus: History of Geographic Thought General character of Geographic knowledge during the ancient and mediaeval period; Foundations of Modern Geography Contribution of German, French, British and American schools; Conceptual and Methodological development during the 20th century; Changing paradigms; Man and Environment, determinism and possibilism, areal differentiation and spatial organisation; Quantitative Revolution; Impact of positivism, humanismas radicalism and behaviouralism in geograph


  6. Strategy Ancient period- Greeks, Romans, Indian and Chinese Medival period- Arab geographers, explorations and discoveries Modern period - German, French, British and American schools Modern Conceptual and methodological developments Most Important MCQ's


  7. In this course Homer BCE)( Thales of Miletus Anaximander (7th century BC (6th century Hecataeus (500 BC) BC)


  8. In this course Aristotle Alexander the Herodotus 485-425 BC) (425-348 BC) (384-322 BC) Grea Plato 356-323 BC


  9. In this course Eratosthenes (276-194 BC) Polybius (210-128 BC) Hipparchus (150 BC) Posidonius/ (135-50 BC)


  10. Question asked in June 2006 (Paper 2) 'ter ni Which one of the following is correct sequence of contributors in the development of Greek Geography? i1. Anaximander, Herodotus, Hipparchus, Eratosthenes 2. Herodotus, Eratosthenes, Hipparchus, Anaximander 3. Anaximander, Eratosthenes, Herodotus, Hipparchus 4. Anaximander, Herodotus, Eratosthenes,rb Hipparchus