Raviyank Patel

Adalaj, Ahmedabad, India - 382421

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Raviyank Patel

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Adalaj, Ahmedabad, India - 382421.

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L.D.College of Engineering 2016

Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.)

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Adalaj, Ahmedabad, India - 382421

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Class 9 Tuition

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Years of Experience in Class 9 Tuition

3

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CBSE, State

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Mathematics, Science

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No

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Mathematics, Science

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Answered on 26/02/2018 CBSE/Class 9/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

How was increase in food production made possible in England in Nineteenth century?

The agriculture system of England changed dramatically in 18th and 19th century. The rich farmers enclosed lands and pressures the Parliament to pass the Enclosure Acts, which helped in promoting grain production.The landlords sliced up pasturelands carved up open fields, cut up forest common and turned... ...more

The agriculture system of England changed dramatically in 18th and 19th century. The rich farmers enclosed lands and pressures the Parliament to pass the Enclosure Acts, which helped in promoting grain production.
The landlords sliced up pasturelands carved up open fields, cut up forest common and turned large areas into agricultural fields. In addition to it they began growing turnip and clover, which increased nitrogen content of soil. Practice of crop rotation also helped increasing soil fertility thus increasing production of foodgrains.

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Answered on 26/02/2018 CBSE/Class 9/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

Forest are the National Wealth'. Illustrate your answer with suitable examples.

It is quite proper to say that forests are the national wealth.(i) Forests not only add to the beauty of a country but they are also an important source of many useful products.(ii) The wood that we get from the forests, it is important for building and construction purposes, for railway track, ship... ...more

It is quite proper to say that forests are the national wealth.
(i) Forests not only add to the beauty of a country but they are also an important source of many useful products.
(ii) The wood that we get from the forests, it is important for building and construction purposes, for railway track, ship building, furniture and for fuel. In India, many industries are based on the forest products.
(iii) We get the sandalwood, gums, resins, turpentine oil, honey, herbs, lac, etc from forests.
(iv) Grass grown in forests is used for grazing the cattle, sheep, camel, etc. To great extent, the shortage for fodder is also made up by these forests.

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Answered on 26/02/2018 CBSE/Class 9/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

Shifting cultivation or Swidden agriculture is a traditional agricultural practice in many parts of Asia, Africa and South America. It has different local names in different areas, viz., The main features of shifting cultivation are:(i) Parts of forest are cut and burnt in rotation. (ii) Seeds are... ...more

Shifting cultivation or Swidden agriculture is a traditional agricultural practice in many parts of Asia, Africa and South America. It has different local names in different areas, viz.,


what-are-the-local-names-of-shifting-cultivation-in-south-east-asia-1

The main features of shifting cultivation are:
(i) Parts of forest are cut and burnt in rotation.

(ii) Seeds are sown in the ashes after the first monsoon rains and the crop is harvested by October-November.

(iii) A mixture of crops is grown on such plots for a couple of years and then left fallow for 12 to 18 years for the forest to grow back.

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Answered on 26/02/2018 CBSE/Class 9/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

Under colonial rule , why did the scale of hunting increase to such an extent that various species became... ...more
Under colonial rule , why did the scale of hunting increase to such an extent that various species became almost extinct?

In India hunting of tigers and other wild animals became a game or source of entertainment for the kings and nobles. But under British rule the scale of hunting increased to such an extent that various species became almost extinct. The reasons behind this condition are: (i) The British saw large animals... ...more

In India hunting of tigers and other wild animals became a game or source of entertainment for the kings and nobles. But under British rule the scale of hunting increased to such an extent that various species became almost extinct. The reasons behind this condition are:

(i) The British saw large animals as signs of a wild, primitive and savage society.
(ii) They believed that by killing dangerous animals the British would civilise India.
(iii) They gave rewards for the killing of tigers, wolves and other large animals on the grounds that they posed a threat to cultivators.
(iv) Over 80,000 tigers, 150,000 leopards and 200,000 wolves were killed for reward in the period 1875-1925.
(v) Certain areas of forests were reserved for hunting.

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Answered on 26/02/2018 CBSE/Class 9/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

The defects of scientific forestry were:1. As per system of scientific forestry, natural forest which has different types of forests were cut down. Instead, at their place one type of plant were planted.2. Shifting cultivation was adopted, by which old forests were burnt down.3. This cultivation method... ...more

The defects of scientific forestry were:
1. As per system of scientific forestry, natural forest which has different types of forests were cut down. Instead, at their place one type of plant were planted.
2. Shifting cultivation was adopted, by which old forests were burnt down.
3. This cultivation method was considered as harmful practice as the land which was used by cultivation every few years.
4. Valuable timber and forest products were damaged by flames.

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Class 9 Tuition 4.6

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Class 9 Tuition

3

Board

CBSE, State

CBSE Subjects taught

Mathematics, Science

Taught in School or College

No

State Syllabus Subjects taught

Mathematics, Science

Class 10 Tuition 4.6

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Class 10 Tuition

3

Board

CBSE, State

CBSE Subjects taught

Mathematics, Science

Taught in School or College

No

State Syllabus Subjects taught

Mathematics, Science

BTech Tuition 4.6

Class Location

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Years of Experience in BTech Tuition

3

BTech Chemical subjects

Pinch Technology, Transport Phenomena, Thermodynamics, Organic Chemistry, Chemical Process Industries, Mass Transfer, Process Design Of Chemical Equipment, Fluid & Fluid Particle Systems, Chemical Reaction Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Operations, Chemical Process Calculations, Separation Processes

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BTech Chemical Engineering

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Regular Classes

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One on one/ Private Tutions, Group Classes

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No

Class 6 Tuition 4.6

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Years of Experience in Class 6 Tuition

3

Board

State, CBSE

CBSE Subjects taught

EVS, Mathematics, Computers, Gujarati

Taught in School or College

No

State Syllabus Subjects taught

Science, Mathematics

Class 7 Tuition 4.6

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

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Years of Experience in Class 7 Tuition

3

Board

State, CBSE

CBSE Subjects taught

EVS, Mathematics, Computers, Gujarati

Taught in School or College

No

State Syllabus Subjects taught

Science, Mathematics

Class 8 Tuition 4.6

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Class 8 Tuition

3

Board

State, CBSE

CBSE Subjects taught

EVS, Mathematics, Computers, Gujarati

Taught in School or College

No

State Syllabus Subjects taught

Science, Mathematics

Class 11 Tuition 4.6

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Class 11 Tuition

3

Board

CBSE, State

CBSE Subjects taught

Chemistry

Taught in School or College

No

State Syllabus Subjects taught

Chemistry

Class 12 Tuition 4.6

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Years of Experience in Class 12 Tuition

3

Board

CBSE, State

CBSE Subjects taught

Chemistry

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No

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Chemistry

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Answered on 26/02/2018 CBSE/Class 9/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

How was increase in food production made possible in England in Nineteenth century?

The agriculture system of England changed dramatically in 18th and 19th century. The rich farmers enclosed lands and pressures the Parliament to pass the Enclosure Acts, which helped in promoting grain production.The landlords sliced up pasturelands carved up open fields, cut up forest common and turned... ...more

The agriculture system of England changed dramatically in 18th and 19th century. The rich farmers enclosed lands and pressures the Parliament to pass the Enclosure Acts, which helped in promoting grain production.
The landlords sliced up pasturelands carved up open fields, cut up forest common and turned large areas into agricultural fields. In addition to it they began growing turnip and clover, which increased nitrogen content of soil. Practice of crop rotation also helped increasing soil fertility thus increasing production of foodgrains.

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Answered on 26/02/2018 CBSE/Class 9/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

Forest are the National Wealth'. Illustrate your answer with suitable examples.

It is quite proper to say that forests are the national wealth.(i) Forests not only add to the beauty of a country but they are also an important source of many useful products.(ii) The wood that we get from the forests, it is important for building and construction purposes, for railway track, ship... ...more

It is quite proper to say that forests are the national wealth.
(i) Forests not only add to the beauty of a country but they are also an important source of many useful products.
(ii) The wood that we get from the forests, it is important for building and construction purposes, for railway track, ship building, furniture and for fuel. In India, many industries are based on the forest products.
(iii) We get the sandalwood, gums, resins, turpentine oil, honey, herbs, lac, etc from forests.
(iv) Grass grown in forests is used for grazing the cattle, sheep, camel, etc. To great extent, the shortage for fodder is also made up by these forests.

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Answered on 26/02/2018 CBSE/Class 9/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

Shifting cultivation or Swidden agriculture is a traditional agricultural practice in many parts of Asia, Africa and South America. It has different local names in different areas, viz., The main features of shifting cultivation are:(i) Parts of forest are cut and burnt in rotation. (ii) Seeds are... ...more

Shifting cultivation or Swidden agriculture is a traditional agricultural practice in many parts of Asia, Africa and South America. It has different local names in different areas, viz.,


what-are-the-local-names-of-shifting-cultivation-in-south-east-asia-1

The main features of shifting cultivation are:
(i) Parts of forest are cut and burnt in rotation.

(ii) Seeds are sown in the ashes after the first monsoon rains and the crop is harvested by October-November.

(iii) A mixture of crops is grown on such plots for a couple of years and then left fallow for 12 to 18 years for the forest to grow back.

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Answered on 26/02/2018 CBSE/Class 9/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

Under colonial rule , why did the scale of hunting increase to such an extent that various species became... ...more
Under colonial rule , why did the scale of hunting increase to such an extent that various species became almost extinct?

In India hunting of tigers and other wild animals became a game or source of entertainment for the kings and nobles. But under British rule the scale of hunting increased to such an extent that various species became almost extinct. The reasons behind this condition are: (i) The British saw large animals... ...more

In India hunting of tigers and other wild animals became a game or source of entertainment for the kings and nobles. But under British rule the scale of hunting increased to such an extent that various species became almost extinct. The reasons behind this condition are:

(i) The British saw large animals as signs of a wild, primitive and savage society.
(ii) They believed that by killing dangerous animals the British would civilise India.
(iii) They gave rewards for the killing of tigers, wolves and other large animals on the grounds that they posed a threat to cultivators.
(iv) Over 80,000 tigers, 150,000 leopards and 200,000 wolves were killed for reward in the period 1875-1925.
(v) Certain areas of forests were reserved for hunting.

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Answered on 26/02/2018 CBSE/Class 9/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

The defects of scientific forestry were:1. As per system of scientific forestry, natural forest which has different types of forests were cut down. Instead, at their place one type of plant were planted.2. Shifting cultivation was adopted, by which old forests were burnt down.3. This cultivation method... ...more

The defects of scientific forestry were:
1. As per system of scientific forestry, natural forest which has different types of forests were cut down. Instead, at their place one type of plant were planted.
2. Shifting cultivation was adopted, by which old forests were burnt down.
3. This cultivation method was considered as harmful practice as the land which was used by cultivation every few years.
4. Valuable timber and forest products were damaged by flames.

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Raviyank Patel describes himself as Tutor. He conducts classes in BTech Tuition, Class 10 Tuition and Class 11 Tuition. Raviyank is located in Adalaj, Ahmedabad. Raviyank takes at students Home, Regular Classes- at his Home and Online Classes- via online medium. He has 3 years of teaching experience . Raviyank has completed Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) from L.D.College of Engineering in 2016. HeĀ is well versed in Hindi, English and Gujarati.

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