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Gaurav Seth 2 minutes ago (2898529)

(i) Land reforms: Collectivisation, consolidation of holdings, cooperation and abolition of zamindari. 

(ii) Agricultural reforms: Green revolution and White revolution.

(iii) Land development programmes: Provision for crop insurance against drought, flood, cyclone, etc., establishment of Grameen banks, Cooperative societies and banks for providing loans. 

(iv) Issuing of Kissan Credit Card and Personal Accident Insurance Scheme, etc. 

(v) Special weather bulletins and agricultural programmes for farmers on radio and TV. 

(vi) Government announces Minimum Support Price (MSP) and remunerative and procurement prices to check exploitation. 

(vii) The government provides HYV seeds and fertilisers.

(viii) Government provides technical assistance and training for farmers. 

(ix) Soil testing facilities, cold storage and transportation facilities are provided by government for farmers.

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Gaurav Seth 45 seconds ago (2898529)

The functions of Election Commission of India are:
1. To conduct all the elections to Parliament and to State Legislature.
2. To conduct election to the office of the President and the Vice-President.
3. The superintendence, direction and control of preparation of electoral rolls.

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Gaurav Seth 8 minutes ago (2898529)

  1. Afforestation
  2. Proper management of grazing to control over grazing.
  3. Planting of shelter belts of plants.
  4. Stabilization of sand dunes by growing thorny bushes.
  5. Control of mining activities.
  6. Proper discharge and disposal of industrial effluents and wastes after treatment.
  7. Proper management of waste-lands.
  8. Avoid over-irrigation, especially in dry areas.
  9. Avoid over use of fertilizers and pesticides. 
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Gaurav Seth 12 minutes ago (2898529)

  1. Review national laws regarding child labour.
  2. Refer to your buyers' requirements.
  3. Check the age of your employees.
  4. Identify hazardous work.
  5. Carry out workplace risk assessment.
  6. Stop hiring children below the minimum age.
  7. Remove children from hazardous work.
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Meghna Thapar 13 minutes ago (6237)

The constitution is a fundamental law of a country that reflects the fundamental principles on which the government of the country is based. In this article, learn some of the interesting features of the Indian Constitution.

  • The bulkiest constitution of the world: The Indian constitution is one of the bulkiest constitutions of the world, comprising of 395 articles, 22 parts, and 12 schedules. So far the constitution underwent 100 amendments (28 May, 2015).
  • Rigidity and flexibility: The Indian constitution is a combination of rigidity and flexibility, which means some parts of it can be amended by the Parliament by a simple majority, whereas some parts require a two-third majority as well as not less than one-half of the state legislatures.

Gaurav Seth 14 minutes ago (2898529)

1) Federalism

This refers to the existence of more than one level of government in the country. In India, we have governments at the state level, at the centre and Panchayati Raj at the village level. The Constitution contains lists that detail the issues that each tier of government can make laws on. In addition, the Constitution also specifies where each tier of government can get the money from, for the work that it does. All persons in India are governed by laws and policies made by each of these levels of government.

2) Parliamentary Form of Government

The people of India have a direct role in electing their representatives. Also, every citizen of the country, irrespective of his/her social background, can contest in elections.

3) Separation of Powers

There are 3 organs of government:

  1. The legislature: refers to elected representatives by the people.
  2. The executive: is a smaller group of people who are responsible for implementing laws and running the government.
  3. The judiciary: refers to the system of courts in India.

Each organ mentioned above acts as a check on the other organs of government. This ensures the balance of power between all three.

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Gaurav Seth 9 minutes ago (2898529)

Air contains 20% oxygen by volume. Calculate the theoretical volume of air which will be required for burning completely 500 m3 of acetylene gas. All volumes are measured under the same conditions of temperature and pressure.

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Meghna Thapar 11 minutes ago (6237)

The period between the reign of Anangapala, who founded the city of Delhi in the 11th century ce, and the incorporation of Delhi within the Chauhan (Chahamana) kingdom in 1164.

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Gaurav Seth 17 minutes ago (2898529)

Dr. B. R Ambedkar's role and contribution to the making of the Indian Consitution is certainly significant. On 15th August 1947, when India achieved its independence, Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru made Dr. Ambedkar country's first Law Minister, in recognition of his legal prowess and also, in fact, made him the Chairman of the Indian Constitution Drafting Committee which was a singular honor, and of course, his primary important contribution to this document its actual drafting and structuring, which is no small thin

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Gaurav Seth 15 minutes ago (2898529)

Current assets =4,10,000 
Current assets after payment of 50,000 : 4,10,000 - 30,000(Cash Given) =  Rs3,80,000 . 
As current ratio 2.4 and current assets are Rs 3,80,000
Current Ratio = Current Assets/Current liabilities
Therefore, Current liabilities =3,80,000/2.4 = 158333
Working capital = current assets - current liabilities = 3,80,000 - 1,58,333 =      Rs 221667

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Ankit Singh 20 minutes ago (2427224)

Synthetic fibre are man made fibre

Gaurav Seth 23 minutes ago (2898529)

Rayon, nylon, polyester, acrylic, and spandex are examples of synthetic fibres.

Fibres that are made by human beings are called synthetic fibres. Most synthetic fibres are obtained from coal, petroleum, and natural gas. A synthetic fibre consists of multiple units (each of which is a chemical substance), which are joined together to form a single unit called a polymer (poly: many; mer: unit). The structure of a polymer can be described as resembling numerous beads on a string, with the beads representing the individual units that are joined together.

Ankit Singh 23 minutes ago (2427224)

Nylon, polyester, acrylic, rayon

Yogita Ingle 24 minutes ago (2577571)

The modern textile industry is unthinkable today without synthetic fibres. Man-made fibres like silk have always been greatly valued for its gloss and fineness. Man-made fibres are smooth. They can be distinguished by looking at a cross-section. Some synthetic fibres are listed below.

  1. rayon
  2. nylon
  3. polyester
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Yogita Ingle 23 minutes ago (2577571)

The issue of sustainability is important for development because  

It requires preservation of stock of resources including exhaustible natural resources and environmental resources. Recent studies show that groundwater in India is exhausted because of overuse. 1/3 of the country is overusing its groundwater reserves.

Gaurav Seth 23 minutes ago (2898529)

The issue of sustainability is important for development because of the passage of time the generation changes and with this change society wants more and more benefits from the resources which are present in our nature. Because of the increasing needs of people of our society things are decaying day by day and excessive use is making things worse. If the speed of using resources remains same then the available resources will be exhausted soon and our coming generation will stay deprived from all kind of needs. The issue of sustainability is important for development because of the following reasons:
a) The growth and development should be done by keeping in mind the future usage.
b) If resources will not be sustained then our natural resources will stagnate after some time and no any upcoming generation will be able to take the advantage of these natural resources.

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Gaurav Seth 26 minutes ago (2898529)

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Carbon dioxide turns lime water Milky


When carbon dioxide reacts with the lime water Ca(OH)2​, it forms calcium carbonate CaCO3​ which turns lime water milky.

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Gaurav Seth 27 minutes ago (2898529)

(i) Like Germany, Italy too had a long history of political fragmentation.
(ii) Italians were scattered over several dynastic states as well as the multinational, Habsburg Empire.
(iii) During the middle of the nineteenth century, Italy was divided into seven states, of which only one, Sardinia-Piedmont, was ruled by an Italian princely house.
(iv) The north was under Austrian Habsburgs, the centre was ruled by the Pope and the southern regions were under the domination of the Bourbon kings of Spain.
(v) Even the Italian language had not acquired one common form, and it still had many regional and local variations.

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Gaurav Seth 28 minutes ago (2898529)

Physical change

The melting of the solid wax to form liquid wax and the evaporation of liquid wax to form wax vapour are physical changes. The burning of the wax vapour is a chemical change.

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Gaurav Seth 28 minutes ago (2898529)

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1.After the suspension of the rowlatt satyagraha,Gandhiji felt the need to lauch a more broad based movement in India.This could be done only by bringing the hindus and muslims together.
2.The first world war had ended with the deafeat of the ottoman turkey and there were were rumors that harsh peace treaty was going to be imposed on the ottomon emperor-the spiritual head of the islamic world(khalifa).Gandhiji preferred to take up this issue in order to include muslims in the national struggle.The khilafat committee was setup to defend khalifa's temporal powers.
3.Many muslims such as the brothers,Muhammad Ali and Shaukat Ali started discussing with Gandhiji the possibilty of a mass action on the issue.
4.Gandhiji convinced other leaders in the calcutta congress session of September 1920 of the need to start the non cooperation movement in support of khilafat as well as for swaraj.Many within the Congress were reluctant to boycott the elections scheduled for novemeber 1920 and feared that the movement would lead to popular violence.However,a compromise was worked out and the non cooperation programme was adopted.

Gaurav Seth 29 minutes ago (2898529)

(i) After returning from Africa in 1915 Gandhiji launched some local satyagraha’s but he was looking for an opportunity to launch a national level movement against the Britishers.
(ii) The Non-Cooperation Movement was launched by Gandhiji to support the Khilafat
(iii) It was also launched against Rowlatt Act and the Jallianwala Bagh incident.
(iv) Gandhiji merged the Khilafat Movement with the Non-cooperation Movement to bring the Muslims under the umbrella of a unified national movement.

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Gaurav Seth 32 minutes ago (2898529)

(i) It promotes rapid economic development through creation and expansion of infrastructure. 

(ii) It creates employment opportunities. 

(iii) It generates financial resources for development. 

(iv) It is ensuring equality of income, wealth and thus, a balanced regional development. 

(v) It encourages development of small, medium and cottage industries. 

(vi) It ensures easy availability of goods at moderate rates. 

(vii)Contributes to community development, Human Development Index i.e. health and educational services. 

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Gaurav Seth 34 minutes ago (2898529)

According to Charles A Bucher, “Physical Education is an integral part of total education process and has its aim the development of physically mentally, emotionally and socially fit citizens through the medium of physical activities which have been selected with a view to realize these outcomes.

According to Cassidy, “Physical education is the sum of changes in the individual caused by experience which can bring in motor activity.


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Gaurav Seth 39 minutes ago (2898529)

Key Features

  1. The Constitution clearly provided a threefold distribution of legislative powers between the Union Government and the State Governments into 3 lists namely Union, State, and concurrent list.

  1. The fundamental provisions of the constitution cannot be unilaterally changed by one level of government. Such changes require the consent of both the levels of government. 

  2. The Constitution establishes an independent judiciary headed by the Supreme Court for two purposes: one, to protect the supremacy of the Constitution by exercising the power of judicial review; and two, to settle the disputes between the Centre and the states or between the states. 

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Gaurav Seth 30 minutes ago (2898529)

Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet program that is used to record and analyze numerical data.
Excel allows you to organize data in rows and columns. These rows and columns are
collectively called worksheet.

Yogita Ingle 36 minutes ago (2577571)

 Microsoft Excel is used by everyone from office workers to data scientists.

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Namandeep Singh X 29 minutes ago (10174084)

The outermost layer around the cell, covering it.. is called cell membrane. It's a semi permiable membrane

Aditya Singh 33 minutes ago (10175245)

The cell membrane is also called the plasma membrane. It provides protection for the cell and its cellular components from the external environment. It is selectively permeable and regulates the movement of molecules in and out of the cell.

Gaurav Seth 39 minutes ago (2898529)

The cell membrane is also called the plasma membrane. It provides protection for the cell and its cellular components from the external environment. It is selectively permeable and regulates the movement of molecules in and out of the cell.

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