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jal srot ra urja question answers chapter 12

"Jalsrot ra urja" exercise full notes are expected to help grade 11 nepali students in unit 12. It is the Nepali Translation of Water resources and Energy. Importance of Hydroeletricity in debate form is given here. You can consult this material if you want jal srot ra urja notes class 11.


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Notes are made with the help of 'Nepali Kantipur Sandarbha Samagri - Kaksha 11'

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a. How to increase electricity consumption?
The state has been able to open power-related industries, open factories, encourage domestic growth and consume electricity produced in the country and abroad. Water resources available in Nepal are Nadinala, Karna, Chhahra, Taltalaiya, water. Generation of electricity 
consumption can be increased.

b. Why is Nepal's land considered suitable for hydroelectricity? 
Water due to the regular formation of snow that falls for twelve months. After reading the given speech, write the answers to the questions that are considered suitable for the geography of Nepal.

c. How many paragraphs does the first speaker and the second speaker have? 
The first speaker has six paragraphs and the second speaker has eight paragraphs.

d. How many megawatts of electricity generation capacity in Nepali waters
Nepali waters have the capacity to generate more than 83,000 MW of electricity.

e. How is the method of conducting oratory presented in the text? 
The headmaster of the school is the chairman of the program, three teachers are the judges, one is the teacher. The method of concluding the program by distributing prizes is presented in the text.

f. What references to water resources did the first speaker cover?
The first speaker includes water resources such as mountains, seas, rivers, waterfalls, shades, ponds, well-drained springs, dug wells and rainforests.

g. How did both speakers conclude their speech?
The first speaker concluded by saying that Nepal can be developed if we use the water known as white gold properly, while the second speaker concluded by saying that we should not be unemployed if we can make good use of water resources.

h. What are the available water resources in Nepal?
The protruding roots are wells, tubewells.

Today we are with ourselves. Kasturi wandering without knowing. Even though we are a nation rich in water resources, due to lack of sustainable infrastructure development plans, we are forced to live without resources. Even though it is a fertile land, due to the inability to adopt modern irrigation technology, the land is left and the people are starving. The youth are forced to go abroad. Our society is compelled to face the same problems of development by astonishing the world. Only water resources have the potential to make this a global competition. We can quench people's thirst by selling nectar-like mountain pure water in bottles. We can make the land fertile by proper management of Jalvihar, Koshi and Tamakoshi units.

(A) How can sustainable development be achieved in the field of water resources and energy?

Question:
Sustainable development in the field of water resources and energy can be achieved by planning and implementing it using the visible youth power.

(B) What is the role of irrigation in building the economy of a nation? The nation should not be dependent on food grains if adequate irrigation is provided. The nation in food

When there is no need to spend, the nation's economy becomes stronger to some extent. Irrigation plays an important role in building the economy of a nation by strengthening the nation's economy if the entire fertile land can be irrigated with irrigation. Both speakers on 'Water Resources and Energy' made their speeches effective. We have all kinds of water resources except the sea so use it properly. What helpful arguments or facts are presented, at least from the rhetoric of both.

Summary of First speech:
  • It has the capacity to produce more than 83,000 gawatts of energy due to the combination of snowfall, incessant waterfall and steep slope, which can irrigate the land and produce enough food and provide employment to Nepali youth.
  • The rivers in our country can be used for irrigation, the earth can be green and food can be produced, enough electricity can be donated from water sources and large factories can be opened.

Summary of second speech:

  • To be able to create, to sell the water available in our country to the world market, to bring the fruits produced in our country to the world to be prosperous.
  • Arrangements should be made and crops
  • Urbanization by making a master plan in place

Priority is given to food grains, fruits, etc. produced here. How Nepal's water resources lay the foundation for the country's prosperity? Explain

All the resources except the sea are available in our country Nepal. Nepal's water resources have the potential to generate more than 83,000 MW of energy due to the combination of 12 months of snow, incessant waterfalls and steep topography. If we can generate fifty percent of the total capacity of Nepal's water resources, it will not take long for this country to prosper. There is an environment to open industries and factories related to hydropower. Now we have to create an environment to generate electricity from the water sources produced in our country and sell it to foreign countries. To brighten up the land produced by the rivers, factories can be opened. Nepal's trade deficit can be stopped in the same way as Nepal. By eliminating the energy crisis in today's digital technology world, the door to abundant income, employment and prosperity can be opened by selling renewable hydropower in the world market.

There are about 6,000 rivers in Nepali geography and more than 600 of them flow continuously for 12 months. Many grains and fruits can be grown by constructing such rivers or canals and irrigating the land. By exporting these grains and fruits, ample income can be earned abroad. Adequate irrigation at the place where herbs are produced.

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