Biology facts for competitive exams

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Biology Facts for Competitive exams CELL 1) Cell is the fundamental unit of life. 2) Cell is a Latin word which means ‘little room’. 3) Robert Hooke discovered and coined the term cell, while he observed a thin slice of cork in the year 1665. 4) It is enclosed by plasma membrane composed of lipids and proteins. 5) Cell membrane …

Chemistry facts for Competitive exams

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Chemistry Facts for Competitive exams CHEMICAL REACTIONS AND EQUATIONS 1) A chemical equation consists of two entities a) Reactants – These are written on the left hand side of the equation b) Products – These are written on the right side of the equation 2) A chemical equation must be always balanced. i.e number of atoms on reactant side should …

Physics facts for competitive exams

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Physics facts for competitive exams MIRRORS AND LENS 1) Light has the tendency to bend around very small opaque objects. This phenomenon is known as diffraction of light. 2) A mirror is an object that reflects almost all the light that falls on it. An ideal mirror reflects back 100% of the incident light. 3) A mirror is a highly …

Important Persons in Indian History – History Notes

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1) Mahatma Gandhi (1869 – 1948) – Foremost political leader of the Indian independence movement. 2) Akbar (1542 – 1605) The Great Mughal Emperor 3) Jawaharlal Nehru (1889-1964) – The first Prime Minister of an Independent India 1947. 4) Indira Gandhi (1917 – 1984) Prime Minister of the Republic of India for three consecutive terms from 1966 to 1977 and …

History Notes-Historical Places in India

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History Notes-Historical Places in India   1) Agra Fort in Uttar Pradesh 2) Ajanta Caves at Aurangabad district in Maharashtra 3) Akbar’s tomb at Sikandra near Agra in Uttar Pradesh. 4) Bahai temple at Nehru Place in Delhi 5) Basilica of BOM JESUS at Old Goa 6) Bhubaneswar- about 500 temples built between 6th and 16th centuries in Bhubaneswar 7) …

History Notes-Movements for Indian Freedom

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History Notes-Movements for Indian Freedom   1) Mutiny against the British -1957 2) Indian National Congress is founded by A.O. Hume- 1885 3) The Ghadar Party was formed at San Francisco on 1st November 1914 4) Tilak founded Indian Home Rule League with its headquarters at Poona on 28th April 1916 5) Annie Besant started another Home Rule League on …