The last chapter of the Lakhmir Singh Class 10th Biology, chapter 6, is 'Management of Natural Resources. It is about the development of natural resources and sustaining them to last for long generations. Students in this chapter learn about the conservation of various sources like wildlife, forests, oceans, etc. It builds an idea of how the resources we use daily can be reserved and spreads awareness about the importance of managing natural resources. In this chapter, definitions and explanations are given accordingly as required. It does not load a student's mind with excessive information but gives the right amount of knowledge required for a student to understand the scenarios happening around. This chapter involves topics like:
The main agenda of the chapter revolves around ways to control water pollution and saving water. The chapter also separately brings into focus resources like coal and petroleum, which are non- renewable resources and will sooner become extinct in the upcoming generations if not taken care of. This lesson aims to enlighten the young students of our country to learn about the importance of conservation to grow up to be responsible citizens.
The chapter comprises various questions that are of different patterns. Learning from questions not only makes the student know about the chapter but also puts practical implications. This chapter answers all kinds of questions and also makes it interesting by including pictures in the questions. Students automatically get prepared for any examinations. The answers are elaborate and refer only to points asked in the questions. This chapter gives a detailed picture of every topic as required by tenth class students.