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Biochemical Respiration

Jigisha Mehra 25-Oct-2021
respiratory substrate

Important questions on National Highways in India

Jigisha Mehra 30-Nov-2021
one liner on National Highways in India, Important for government exams.

Important Questions on National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuary

Jigisha Mehra 30-Nov-2021
Important short answer (one liners
) Questions on National Park and Wildlife Sanctuaries of India.

National Highways in India

Jigisha Mehra 30-Nov-2021
NATIONAL HIGHWAYS are the main highways running through the length and breadth of the country connecting highways of other countries, Important Ports, Capitals and District Head Quarters of States and Union Territories, Important Cities and places of strategic importance.

Quiz on Indus Valley Civilization | Art And Culture/ Heritage

Shruti Jayewar 30-Nov-2021
Indus Valley civilisation is the very first civilisation found to exist in the ancient Indian history. It was situated with the bank of Indus river (now in Haryana and Punjab Region). Important questions which are repeatedly asked in various competitive exams.

Important questions on Russian Revolution Between 1905-1923 | World History 

Shruti Jayewar 01-Dec-2021
Important world history one-liners questions on the Russian revolution.     

How was India in 1750 ? How Mughal Empire Declined and Successor States emerged ?

Pooja Agnihotri 01-Dec-2021
The Mughal rulers who came to power after the death of Aurangzeb (1707), are known as the later Mughals.
Later Mughals were weak and couldn’t hold the vast Mughal empire together. The decline of the Mughal Empire led to the rise of many autonomous states or kingdoms.

How did the British who came to India for trade become the rulers of territories?

Pooja Agnihotri 01-Dec-2021

There had been trading relations between India and the west from ancient times itself (land route).However, in 1453, the Ottoman Turks captured Constantinople and this brought the regular trade routes under the control of the Turks. This urged the Europeans to search for new trade routes, especially by sea.    

How the trade led to battles ?

Pooja Agnihotri 01-Dec-2021

How Company expanded it's rule in India ? What led to conflict with Tipu Sultan ?

Pooja Agnihotri 01-Dec-2021
    After the Battle of Buxar (1764), the Company appointed Residents in Indian states. Through the Residents, the Company officials began interfering in the internal affairs of Indian states. Sometimes the Company forced the states into a “subsidiary alliance”. According to the terms of this alliance, Indian rulers were not allowed to have their independent armed forces. They will be protected by the Company but had to pay for the “subsidiary forces” that the Company maintain for the purpose of this protection. If the Indian rulers failed to make the payment, then part of their territory was taken away as a penalty.    

How did the Governor-Generals contributed in British Conquest and all about the setting up of New Administration.

Pooja Agnihotri 01-Dec-2021
Warren Hastings (Governor-General 1773 to 1785) played a significant role in the expansion of Company power.
By his time the Company had acquired power not only in Bengal but also in Bombay and Madras and these were considered as administrative units called Presidencies.

How did British rule affect the Indian Villages and what are the changes introduced by them in India ?

Pooja Agnihotri 01-Dec-2021
Once the British gained power, they introduced many changes in the Economic, Political, and Social spheres. We have seen that India in the 1750s saw the decline of the Mughal Empire and the emergence of Successor States.The British who came to India for trade become the rulers of territories.

How did British rule affect the Indian Villages and what are the changes introduced by them in India ?

Pooja Agnihotri 01-Dec-2021
Once the British gained power, they introduced many changes in the Economic, Political, and Social spheres. We have seen that India in the 1750s saw the decline of the Mughal Empire and the emergence of Successor States.The British who came to India for trade become the rulers of territories.

How Indigo was planted and how britishers affected the city life?

Pooja Agnihotri 01-Dec-2021
By the 13th century, Indian indigo was being used by cloth manufacturers in Italy, France and Britain to dye cloth. However, only small amounts of Indian indigo reached the European market and its price was very high.    

What were the new towns like - Colonial Records and Urban History ?

Pooja Agnihotri 01-Dec-2021
By the 18th century Madras, Calcutta and Bombay had become important ports.
The English East India Company built its factories (i.e., mercantile offices) there and because of competition among the European companies, fortified these settlements for protection.Indian merchants, artisans and other workers who had economic dealings with European merchants lived outside these forts in settlements of their own.      

Popular Uprisings and Revolts against the British. Why did Sepoys Revolt?

Pooja Agnihotri 01-Dec-2021
    The British as part of their policy to control Indian territories introduced many changes – which influenced the Indian society, polity, and economy. While the positive changes were welcomed by Indians, the oppressive measures resulted in revolts and rebellions.

Civil rebellions and tribal uprisings . What led to ruin of Indian Handicraft industries ?

Pooja Agnihotri 01-Dec-2021
    The civil rebellions began as British rule was established in Bengal and Bihar, and they occurred in area after area as it was incorporated into the colonial rule. The major cause of civil rebellions taken as a whole was the rapid changes the British introduced in the economy, administration and land revenue system. These changes led to the disruption of the agrarian society, causing prolonged and widespread suffering among its constituents.

Peasant Movements and Uprisings after 1857. How Indigo Revolt Succeeded?

Pooja Agnihotri 01-Dec-2021
The most militant and widespread of the peasant movements was the Indigo Revolt of 1859-60.    

What were the differences among the major land revenue systems in British India ie Zamindari, Ryotwari and Mahalwari?

Pooja Agnihotri 01-Dec-2021
    Tax from the land was a major source of revenue for the kings and emperors from ancient times.    

How was the Period of left - wing trade unionism?

Pooja Agnihotri 01-Dec-2021
This era was marked by increasing militancy and a revolutionary approach. It also saw multiple split-ups in the movement. Leaders like N.M Joshi and V.V Giri were instrumental in moderating the movement and further integrating it with the nationalist mainstream.

What were the problems which affected labour movements post independence?

Pooja Agnihotri 01-Dec-2021
India’s decisive shift towards market-led growth post-1991 has raised a lot of questions about the role of labour unions. Often, they are seen as an impediment to industrialization and investment. However, their role is indispensable in balancing workers’ interests with that of investors. They also keep a check on the sustainability of business practices, including ethics.    

new labour reforms, Latest changes with the labour laws

Pooja Agnihotri 01-Dec-2021
There are numerous labour laws in India – more than 40. As part of labour reform initiatives, the labour ministry has decided to amalgamate 44 labour laws into four labour codes — on wages, industrial relations, social security and safety, health and working conditions.

Important Questions on Art and Culture/ Heritage | Important Questions on Mauryan Empire

Shruti Jayewar 02-Dec-2021
Mauryan Empire is great Empire in The Indian history.

Important Quiz on Coastal Lines in India

Jigisha Mehra 02-Dec-2021

Important Questions on Computer Architecture

Shruti Jayewar 03-Dec-2021
Important one liners questions on computer architecture for various competive exams like TET, SSC, DSSSB etc. 

Important Questions on History of Computers

Shruti Jayewar 03-Dec-2021
Important Questions on history of computers for competitive exams point of view like CTET, JRF etc.

Full Forms in computer/ Important long forms in Computer

Shruti Jayewar 03-Dec-2021
Full Forms in computer. 100 computer abbreviations

List of Waterfalls In India

Jigisha Mehra 03-Dec-2021
A Waterfall is a river or a body of water's steep fall over a rocky ledge into a plunge pool below.
Here you will get the List of waterfalls in India.

How Waterfalls Formed | Indian Geography

Jigisha Mehra 04-Dec-2021
Waterfalls formed as Streams flow from soft rock to hard rock.
Waterfall Formation is based around the basic principle that there is a watercourse traversing over different layers of rock each with different rates of erosion.

How Waterfalls Formed | Indian Geography

Jigisha Mehra 04-Dec-2021
Waterfalls formed as Streams flow from soft rock to hard rock.
Waterfall Formation is based around the basic principle that there is a watercourse traversing over different layers of rock each with different rates of erosion.

Important Questions Related to Waterfalls In India

Jigisha Mehra 05-Dec-2021
One liners on Waterfalls In India

The Great Plains Of India | Indian Geography

Jigisha Mehra 07-Dec-2021
The Great Plains of India are also known as Indo- Gangetic Plains . The Northern Plains are formed by alluvial deposits brought by the rivers-  the Indus, the Ganga, and the Brahmaputra. These plains extend from approx. 3,200 km from east to west. The maximum depth of alluvium deposits varies between 1,200-2,000 meter.

Important Questions on The Great Plains of India | Indian Geography

Jigisha Mehra 08-Dec-2021
These are one liners on the most important topic The Great Plains of India from the Indian Geography

Drainage System | The Ganga River System

Jigisha Mehra 08-Dec-2021
River ganga is the most important river in India. The ganga river rises in the southern Great Himalayas. It has five heastreams - the Bhagirathi, the Mandakini, the Alakananda, the Dhauliganga and the Pindar. They all rises in the mountainous region of northern Uttarakhand state.

Drainage System | The Brahmaputra River System

Jigisha Mehra 08-Dec-2021
Brahmaputra river is one of the largest rivers in the world. This valley has an average width of about 80 Km. This river originates from Kailash ranges at an elevation of about 5,300 m.  After flowing through Tibet, it enters India through Arunachal Pradesh and flows through Assam and Bangladesh before it joins Bay of Bengal. It flows eastward in Tibet and south, South-west in India and traverse a distance of about 2,900 Km out of which 1,700 Km is in Tibet, 900 Km is in India and 300 Km is in Bangladesh.

Important Questions on Nazism

Shruti Jayewar 09-Dec-2021

Important questions on French Revolution

Shruti Jayewar 10-Dec-2021

Lakes - brief Details, types, and state-wise list of major lakes in India

Jigisha Mehra 12-Dec-2021
Any relatively large body of slowly, moving or standing water that occupies an inland basin of appreciable size is called a Lake. India is known for its diverse natural resources. Lakes are one of the major source of natural beauty in India and there are many lakes in almost every state.

Important Questions on Major Lakes in India

Jigisha Mehra 13-Dec-2021
Important exam-oriented one-liners questions from Major Lakes in India.    

Important one line question answers on Indian Society.

Shruti Jayewar 14-Dec-2021
Indian society is important topic in real life and also in UPSC exam. Lets read the all one liners on Indian society.

Soils of India

Jigisha Mehra 15-Dec-2021

Biosphere Reserves of India

Jigisha Mehra 15-Dec-2021
Biosphere reserves are areas of terrestrial and coastal ecosystems. This Biosphere network was launched in 1971 by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). They tries to balance economic and social development and maintenance of associated cultural values along with the preservation of nature. The Government of India has established 18 Biosphere Reserves in India.

Seasons in India

Jigisha Mehra 15-Dec-2021
 A Season is a period of the year that is characterized by the special climatic conditions. According to India Meteorological Department (IMD), there are four seasons in India- Winter Season, Rainy Season, Summer Season, and Autumn Season. India has a Monsoon type of climate. The season of India is influenced by two types of winds- one blow from the Arabian sea and another one is from Bay of Bengal. 

Important Questions on Seasons and Climate

Jigisha Mehra 18-Dec-2021

List of Nicknames of Indian Cities

Jigisha Mehra 18-Dec-2021
There are some Nicknames which were given to these Indian Cities. Check the full list of Indian Cities with their Nicknames.

List of Ramsar Sites in India

Jigisha Mehra 21-Dec-2021
A Ramsar Site (Wetland) is a place where the land is covered by water all around. Examples of Ramsar sites are- Marshes, Ponds, the edge of lakes or ocean, the delta at the mouth of a river. Wetlands of international importance are also known as Ramsar sites.

List of Gardens in India

Jigisha Mehra 21-Dec-2021
In India, there were so many beautiful Gardens to visit. Even these gardens are visited by a large number of local and foreign tourists every day. 

Famous Museums of India

Jigisha Mehra 22-Dec-2021
A Museum is a non-profit, permanent institution in the service of society and its development, open to the public, which acquires, conserves, and exhibits the tangible heritage of humanity and its environment for the purpose of education,study and enjoyment.

Different types of Dams and a List of Major Dams in India 

Jigisha Mehra 22-Dec-2021
A Dam is a barrieer that stops the flow of water and results in the creation of a reservoir. They are used to increase the amount of water available for generating hydroelectricity. The Longest dam in India is Hirakud Dam, Highest dam in India is Tehri Dam and Oldest dam in India is Kallanai Dam.

Common Abbreviations used in Medical Field 

SoloTutes 23-Dec-2021
common abbreviations used in medical fields for patient history, diseases, medicines, for nurses and pharmacists as instructions about drug delivery, dosage, and advice for patients.

Nuclear Power Plants in India

Jigisha Mehra 25-Dec-2021

UNESCO's World Heritage Sites in India

Jigisha Mehra 26-Dec-2021
A World Heritage Site is a place or landmark which have special Cultural, Historical, Scientific  or other form of significance. World Heritage Sirtes are maintained by the UNESCO World heritage committee which is composed of 21 "states parties" that are elected by their General assembly.

One Liner Questions on Dams of India

Jigisha Mehra 01-Jan-2022

High Courts in India

Jigisha Mehra 01-Jan-2022
High Court is the 'Highest Judicial Court' in an Indian State and all the other Courts of the state work under it. At present, there are 25 High Courts in the different Indian States and Union Territories.

Miniature Paintings | Art and Culture

Jigisha Mehra 04-Jan-2022
Miniature paintings are colorful handmade paintings and are quite colorful but small in size. The best part of these paintings is the complex and delicate brushwork, which gives them a distinctive identity. The colors used for miniatures are handmade. They are mainly obtained from pure gold, silver, minerals, vegetables, precious stones, and conch shells. There were a number of Miniature paintings schools in the country, comprising those of the Rajputs, Deccan and Mughals.

One liners on Gardens of India

Jigisha Mehra 04-Jan-2022

Important Questions on High Courts in India

Jigisha Mehra 06-Jan-2022

Forest Resources

Jigisha Mehra 08-Jan-2022
Forests is an area of land dominated by trees. They are the predominant terrestrial ecosystems of Earth and they are distributed around the globe and they have many functions like they provide timber and other forest products, habe cultural values, deliver recreation benefits and ecosystems services. Forests cover about 9.5 % of the earth, which is about 30% of the total land area.

Important Questions on Forest Resources

Jigisha Mehra 08-Jan-2022

Rainfall Distribution in India

Jigisha Mehra 11-Jan-2022
Rainfall in India is highly unequal over a period of time in a year. The Western coasts and North East India recieve rainfall of over 400 cm. It is less than 60 cms in Western Rajasthan and adjoining parts of Gujarats, Haryana and Punjab. Rainfall is low in the interiors of the deccan plateau and east of Western Ghats. Leh in Jammu & Kashmir is also an area of low precipitation.

Important Questions on Internet

Jigisha Mehra 11-Jan-2022
Quiz on Internet

Important Questions on Solar System

Jigisha Mehra 13-Jan-2022
One Liner Questions on Solar System

The Solar System

Jigisha Mehra 18-Jan-2022

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