Types of Elections in India Elections are classified into two types: Direct Election Indirect Election Direct Election People directly vote for the candidates in the election process and elect their representatives. In the Direct Elections, people over the age of Read more…

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Geomorphic Processes The formation and deformation of landforms on the surface of the Earth is a continuous activity of two broad processes i.e. internal and external. These processes cause stress and deformation on Earth materials and finally bring changes on Read more…

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Rocks The crust is a storehouse of rocks. An aggregate of minerals on the Earth’s crust is called ‘rock’. It may be hard and compact like ‘granite’ or soft as ‘clay’ or loose as ‘sand’. Types of Rock Based on Read more…

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Judiciary of State High Courts The institution of high court originated in India in 1862 when the high courts were set up at Calcutta, Bombay and Madras. In the course of time, each province in British India came to have Read more…

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The State Legislature The Constitution provides a legislature for every state. Most of the States have only unicameral legislature i.e., Legislative assembly. Some State has bicameral legislatures (example Bihar, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Jammu- Kashmir). The Read more…

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  Genetic Engineering   Genetic engineering is the manipulation and transfer of genes from one organism to another organisms to create a new DNA called as recombinant DNA (rDNA). The term recombinant is used because DNA from two different sources Read more…

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  Various methods for Conservation of Water   It is crucial to conserve water for human beings to survive. How can we conserve water: Create awareness among the people, about water scarcity. Do not waste water. Use only as much Read more…

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  National River Conservation plan   There are several small and large rivers in India such as Ganga, Yamuna, Brahmaputra, Sutlej, Krishna, Narmada, Kaveri, Godavari etc. Many of the Indian rivers are polluted and their waters over large stretches are Read more…

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  Green Revolution   Green Revolution is the process of increasing food production through high yielding crop varieties and modern agricultural techniques in underdeveloped and developing nations. Norman E. Borlaug, an American agronomist the “Father of the Green Revolution”, received Read more…

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  Management of Water Resources   The total amount of water available for use by humans is limited. In view of the variability of rainfall in our country, this precious resource needs to be effectively managed and conserved. Due to Read more…

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