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Brajesh Kumar

Butler Colony, Lucknow, India - 226001

Brajesh Kumar Class 10 trainer in Lucknow

Brajesh Kumar

Home Tutor for All subjects upto Class X and Competitive...

Butler Colony, Lucknow, India - 226001.

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I am a teacher by profession. I usually teach mathematics science English, social science and Evs upto class X, and competitive classes like SSC CGL and other SSC exams, Banking, UPTET and CTET and other Govt. Exams. I went upto interview in UPPCS Upper subordinate services exam. Teaching is my hobby.

Languages Spoken

Hindi Mother Tongue (Native)

English Proficient

Education

Rajasthan Technical University kota 2011

Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.)

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Butler Colony, Lucknow, India - 226001

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Class 10 Tuition

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Years of Experience in Class 10 Tuition

5

Board

CBSE, ICSE, State

CBSE Subjects taught

Mathematics, Hindi, Science, English, Social science

ICSE Subjects taught

Physics, History and Civics, Mathematics, EVS, English Literature, Hindi, English, Geography, Economics

Experience in School or College

Teaching experience of 5 years for science and mathematics and English SST upto class X, and competitive classes like SSC exams and banking TET exams

Taught in School or College

Yes

State Syllabus Subjects taught

Mathematics, Hindi, English, EVS, Science, Social Science

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FAQs

1. Which school boards of Class 10 do you teach for?

CBSE, ICSE and State

2. Do you have any prior teaching experience?

Yes

3. Which classes do you teach?

I teach Class 10 Tuition, Class 11 Tuition and Class 12 Tuition Classes.

4. Do you provide a demo class?

Yes, I provide a free demo class.

5. How many years of experience do you have?

I have been teaching for 5 years.

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Answered on 29/11/2019 CBSE/Class 11/English/English - Hornbill - Writing Skills/Summarising/NCERT Solutions/Summarize 2

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Green Sahara

The Great Desert Where Hippos Once Wallowed

The Sahara sets a standard for dry land. It’s the world’s largest desert. Relative humidity can drop into the low single digits. There are places where it rains only about once a century. There are people who reach the end of their lives without ever seeing water come from the sky.

Yet beneath the Sahara are vast aquifers of fresh water, enough liquid to fill a small sea. It is fossil water, a treasure laid down in prehistoric times, some of it possibly a million years old. Just 6,000 years ago, the Sahara was a much different place.

It was green. Prehistoric rock art in the Sahara shows something surprising: hippopotamuses, which need year-round water.

“We don’t have much evidence of a tropical paradise out there, but we had something perfectly liveable,” says Jennifer Smith, a geologist at Washington University in St Louis.

The green Sahara was the product of the migration of the paleo-monsoon. In the same way that ice ages come and go, so too do monsoons migrate north and south. The dynamics of earth’s motion are responsible. The tilt of the earth’s axis varies in a regular cycle — sometimes the planet is more tilted towards the sun, sometimes less so. The axis also wobbles like a spinning top. The date of the earth’s perihelion — its closest approach to the sun — varies in cycle as well.

At times when the Northern Hemisphere tilts sharply towards the sun and the planet makes its closest approach, the increased blast of sunlight during the north’s summer months can cause the African monsoon (which currently occurs between the Equator and roughly 17°N latitude) to shift to the north as it did 10,000 years ago, inundating North Africa.

Around 5,000 years ago the monsoon shifted dramatically southward again. The prehistoric inhabitants of the Sahara discovered that their relatively green surroundings were undergoing something worse than a drought (and perhaps they migrated towards the Nile Valley, where Egyptian culture began to flourish at around the same time).

“We’re learning, and only in recent years, that some climate changes in the past have been as rapid as anything underway today,” says Robert Giegengack, a University of Pennsylvania geologist.

As the land dried out and vegetation decreased, the soil lost its ability to hold water when it did rain. Fewer clouds formed from evaporation. When it rained, the water washed away and evaporated quickly. There was a kind of runaway drying effect. By 4,000 years ago the Sahara had become what it is today.

No one knows how human-driven climate change may alter the Sahara in the future. It’s something scientists can ponder while sipping bottled fossil water pumped from underground.

“It’s the best water in Egypt,” Giegengack said — clean, refreshing mineral water. If you want to drink something good, try the ancient buried treasure of the Sahara.

JOEL ACHENBACK
Staff Writer, Washington Post

The article is based on climate change in Sahara. It totally revolves around the vey facts of drought circulated over the whole Sahara region and how the climate change over a peiod of time made it a drought region. In the second and thrid para graph of the article, information about fossil water which... ...more

The article is based on climate change in Sahara. It totally revolves around the vey facts of drought circulated over the whole Sahara region and how the climate change over a peiod of time made it a drought region.

In the second and thrid para graph of the article, information about fossil water which is contained much below the earth in the sahara region, is brought to the readers notice. in the fifth and sixth paragraph of the article, the very reasons behind climate changes in the Sahara regions are listed out. Some of the importatnt factors that the Sahara, a drought spread regions aredynamics of the Earth and earth's motion around the sun and its inclination on its axis. Titling of the earth hemishpere towards the sun, forms the ideal conditions for formation of the Monsoon, and thus it causes rain in the different parts of the earth, making them inundated. Accordingly, the opposite half of the earth shpere undergoes dificeient rainfall, causing enough conditions for drought.

In last three paragraphs, outcomes of rapid climate changes, have been revealed. it unearths information about how the vegetaion and greenery of the earth are getting exhausted , water holding capacity of the earth are getting decreased due to vegetation drainage. Thus resulting in all the prevalent conditions of water drainage from the land and making the earth a drought spread.

Even possible causes of climate change, be it human driven or natural one, will cause a change in the Sahara region to how much extent , it is a matter which would be revealed in the forth coming days. Also, the fossil water found in the Egypt, beneath the earth, is the best water to drink.

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Class 10 Tuition 5.0

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Years of Experience in Class 10 Tuition

5

Board

CBSE, ICSE, State

CBSE Subjects taught

Mathematics, Hindi, Science, English, Social science

ICSE Subjects taught

Physics, History and Civics, Mathematics, EVS, English Literature, Hindi, English, Geography, Economics

Experience in School or College

Teaching experience of 5 years for science and mathematics and English SST upto class X, and competitive classes like SSC exams and banking TET exams

Taught in School or College

Yes

State Syllabus Subjects taught

Mathematics, Hindi, English, EVS, Science, Social Science

Class 11 Tuition 5.0

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Years of Experience in Class 11 Tuition

4

Board

ISC/ICSE, CBSE, State

ISC/ICSE Subjects taught

Political Science, EVS, English, History, Physics, English Literature

CBSE Subjects taught

History, Physics, Geography, English

Experience in School or College

5years

Taught in School or College

Yes

State Syllabus Subjects taught

English, Physics, History, Geography

Class 12 Tuition 5.0

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Years of Experience in Class 12 Tuition

4

Board

ISC/ICSE, CBSE, State

ISC/ICSE Subjects taught

Political Science, EVS, English, History, Geography, Physics, English Literature

CBSE Subjects taught

Political Science, History, Geography, English

Taught in School or College

No

State Syllabus Subjects taught

English, Political Science, Geology, Physics, History, Geography, Mathematics

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Answered on 29/11/2019 CBSE/Class 11/English/English - Hornbill - Writing Skills/Summarising/NCERT Solutions/Summarize 2

Read the text below and summarise it.

Green Sahara

The Great Desert Where Hippos Once Wallowed

The Sahara sets a standard for dry land. It’s the world’s largest desert. Relative humidity can drop into the low single digits. There are places where it rains only about once a century. There are people who reach the end of their lives without ever seeing water come from the sky.

Yet beneath the Sahara are vast aquifers of fresh water, enough liquid to fill a small sea. It is fossil water, a treasure laid down in prehistoric times, some of it possibly a million years old. Just 6,000 years ago, the Sahara was a much different place.

It was green. Prehistoric rock art in the Sahara shows something surprising: hippopotamuses, which need year-round water.

“We don’t have much evidence of a tropical paradise out there, but we had something perfectly liveable,” says Jennifer Smith, a geologist at Washington University in St Louis.

The green Sahara was the product of the migration of the paleo-monsoon. In the same way that ice ages come and go, so too do monsoons migrate north and south. The dynamics of earth’s motion are responsible. The tilt of the earth’s axis varies in a regular cycle — sometimes the planet is more tilted towards the sun, sometimes less so. The axis also wobbles like a spinning top. The date of the earth’s perihelion — its closest approach to the sun — varies in cycle as well.

At times when the Northern Hemisphere tilts sharply towards the sun and the planet makes its closest approach, the increased blast of sunlight during the north’s summer months can cause the African monsoon (which currently occurs between the Equator and roughly 17°N latitude) to shift to the north as it did 10,000 years ago, inundating North Africa.

Around 5,000 years ago the monsoon shifted dramatically southward again. The prehistoric inhabitants of the Sahara discovered that their relatively green surroundings were undergoing something worse than a drought (and perhaps they migrated towards the Nile Valley, where Egyptian culture began to flourish at around the same time).

“We’re learning, and only in recent years, that some climate changes in the past have been as rapid as anything underway today,” says Robert Giegengack, a University of Pennsylvania geologist.

As the land dried out and vegetation decreased, the soil lost its ability to hold water when it did rain. Fewer clouds formed from evaporation. When it rained, the water washed away and evaporated quickly. There was a kind of runaway drying effect. By 4,000 years ago the Sahara had become what it is today.

No one knows how human-driven climate change may alter the Sahara in the future. It’s something scientists can ponder while sipping bottled fossil water pumped from underground.

“It’s the best water in Egypt,” Giegengack said — clean, refreshing mineral water. If you want to drink something good, try the ancient buried treasure of the Sahara.

JOEL ACHENBACK
Staff Writer, Washington Post

The article is based on climate change in Sahara. It totally revolves around the vey facts of drought circulated over the whole Sahara region and how the climate change over a peiod of time made it a drought region. In the second and thrid para graph of the article, information about fossil water which... ...more

The article is based on climate change in Sahara. It totally revolves around the vey facts of drought circulated over the whole Sahara region and how the climate change over a peiod of time made it a drought region.

In the second and thrid para graph of the article, information about fossil water which is contained much below the earth in the sahara region, is brought to the readers notice. in the fifth and sixth paragraph of the article, the very reasons behind climate changes in the Sahara regions are listed out. Some of the importatnt factors that the Sahara, a drought spread regions aredynamics of the Earth and earth's motion around the sun and its inclination on its axis. Titling of the earth hemishpere towards the sun, forms the ideal conditions for formation of the Monsoon, and thus it causes rain in the different parts of the earth, making them inundated. Accordingly, the opposite half of the earth shpere undergoes dificeient rainfall, causing enough conditions for drought.

In last three paragraphs, outcomes of rapid climate changes, have been revealed. it unearths information about how the vegetaion and greenery of the earth are getting exhausted , water holding capacity of the earth are getting decreased due to vegetation drainage. Thus resulting in all the prevalent conditions of water drainage from the land and making the earth a drought spread.

Even possible causes of climate change, be it human driven or natural one, will cause a change in the Sahara region to how much extent , it is a matter which would be revealed in the forth coming days. Also, the fossil water found in the Egypt, beneath the earth, is the best water to drink.

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Brajesh Kumar describes himself as Home Tutor for All subjects upto Class X and Competitive Exam tutor with experience of 5+ Years. He conducts classes in Class 10 Tuition, Class 11 Tuition and Class 12 Tuition. Brajesh is located in Butler Colony, Lucknow. Brajesh takes at students Home and Online Classes- via online medium. He has 5 years of teaching experience . Brajesh has completed Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) from Rajasthan Technical University kota in 2011. HeĀ is well versed in English and Hindi.

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