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Jul'21

What is Digital Divide? Solutions of Digital Divide CBSE Class 12

What is Digital Divide? Geography  Introduction What is Digital Divide Digital Divide Meaning – A digital divide is a disparity in access to, usage of, …

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09

Jul'21

What do you mean by earthing and define its importance

EARTHING AND ITS IMPORTANCE What is Earthing? Earthing or grounding is the process of transferring electricity immediately through low-resistance electrical cables or wires directly to …

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08

Jul'21

Why is rural development important in India?

Why is rural development important in India? Introduction  Rural Development in India is one of the foremost important factors for the expansion of the Indian …

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08

Jul'21

Institutional weaknesses in Indian agriculture – NCERT Solutions for Class 12 Rural Development

Indian Agriculture Agriculture refers to the concept of cultivating the soil, raising livestock, and growing crops. It comprises the preparation of plant and animal products …

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07

Jul'21

Five year plans in India Goals and Achievements – CBSE Class 12

Five Year Plan in India Five year plans in India Goals and Achievements: The Five-Year Plans were national economic programmes that were centralized and integrated. …

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04

Jul'21

What are Antibiotics Their Types and Uses?

ANTIBIOTICS & ITS USES What are antibiotics? Antibiotics are powerful drugs that fight certain infections and, if used properly, can save lives. They either prevent …

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02

Jul'21

What is Acetone? – Acetone uses

What is Acetone? Acetone (CH3COCH3), commonly known as 2-propanone or dimethyl ketone, is a colorless liquid used in the production of plastics and other industrial …

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28

Jun'21

WHY ARE RIVERS IMPORTANT FOR THE COUNTRY’S ECONOMY?

What is River? A river is a ribbon-like body of water that flows downward by gravity. A river can be wide and deep, or deep …

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21

Jun'21

Neoprene – Introduction, Preparation, Properties, Types of Neoprene

Neoprene – Introduction, Preparation, Properties, Types of Neoprene What is Neoprene? Neoprene is a family of synthetic rubber formed by chloroprene polymerization, also known as …

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12

Jun'21

What is a Flowchart? Flowchart Symbols and Examples

Flowchart –  Flowchart Symbols and Examples What is a flow chart? A flowchart is a graphical representation of a process, system or computer algorithm. They …

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11

Jun'21

DEFICIENCY DISEASES -DISEASES CAUSED BY DEFICIENCY OF VITAMIN AND MINERAL

What are deficiency diseases? Deficiency diseases, also known as nutritional disorders, are illnesses that develop over time as a result of a shortage of nutrients. …

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09

Jun'21

Animal Husbandry – Meaning, Advantages

What is Animal husbandry? Animal husbandry is the field of agriculture that deals with animals raised for meat, fiber, milk, eggs, or other items. It …

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02

Jun'21

What is monsoon? – Monsoon meaning, cause of monsoon and Impacts of monsoon.

What is monsoon? A monsoon (meaning ‘weather’ from Arabic mausoleum) is caused by a difference in temperature between a land area and the adjacent ocean. …

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24

May'21

What is the Difference Between Pandemic and Epidemic

Difference Between Pandemic and Epidemic What is a Pandemic? A pandemic is a sort of epidemic that is geographically widespread and depicts a disease that …

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May'21

What is Definition of Osmosis – Meaning , Types & Osmotic Pressure

Osmosis Definition – Meaning, Types & Osmotic Pressure What is Osmosis? The cumulative movement of soluble molecules across the semiconductor membrane is referred to as …

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