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Lesson Posted on 03 Oct CBSE/Class 10/Social Studies/Geography

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Lesson Posted on 03 Oct CBSE/Class 10/Social Studies/Geography

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Lesson Posted on 16 Sep CBSE/Class 10/Social Studies CBSE/Class 9/Social Studies/History/Socialism in Europe and the Russian Revolution

How to maximize your score in memorizing subjects as Social Science by putting in just 1 hour per day.

Kunal Kejriwal

I have scored a perfect score of 10.0 CGPA and while in my +2 years, I used to occasionally teach my...

We all want to boost our score, don't we. Some subjects like Mathematics require us to have a firm hold over formulas and facts and we must be able to draw a clear picture of what the question is asking us. Subjects like Science want us to have a firm grip of any theory revolving around the topic,... read more

 

We all want to boost our score, don't we. Some subjects like  Mathematics require us to have a firm hold over formulas and facts and we must be able to draw a clear picture of what the question is asking us. 

Subjects like Science want us to have a firm grip of any theory revolving around the topic, and rather than memorizing it, we need to have a clear understanding of the concept being used. 

But, subjects like Social Studies require rote learning and very less of understanding. A human brain cannot remember every thing it reads unless we have an eidetic memory which only some privileged people have. 

What do others need to do, we need to revise the topic over and over again to make sure we don't forget stuff and I am going to tell you how to do that. 

Why do books have questions at the back. Do you know ow the real reason. It's not just to test your knowledge that you have gained from the topic, but also to help you remember the most important things mentioned in the chapter. 

Yes, this is what is required. 

Instead of making notes, I suggest you to make questions, because in exams we have to answer questions. So if we already know what questions can be made from a particular text, we can answer it immediately. 

So, what I am trying to tell is that, read a chapter and make questions related to those chapters and memorize them. 

For eg if a paragraph goes like this:

"Pressure  is the force applied perpendicular to the surface of an object per unit area over which that force is distributed. Gauge Pressure is the pressure relative to the ambient pressure.". 

Instead of making notes from this we shall make questions out of it like:-

Q- What is pressure and how is it applied?

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Q- How is pressure and Gauge pressure different?

 

These questions will certainly help you remember things over a long period of time. 

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Answered on 30 May CBSE/Class 10/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

Jay Trivedi

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Nature: (i) It is made up of fine clayey material with a high moisture retention capacity. . (ii) It is rich in soil nutrients like calcium carbonate,magnesium, potash and lime, but poor in phosphoric content.(iii) It develops deep crack during warm weather, helping in proper aeration of the soil. Distribution: (i)... read more

Nature:

(i) It is made up of fine clayey material with a high moisture retention capacity. .

(ii) It is rich in soil nutrients like calcium carbonate,magnesium, potash and lime, but poor in phosphoric content.
(iii) It develops deep crack during warm weather, helping in proper aeration of the soil.

Distribution:

(i) Black soil is typical of the Deccan trap region spread over northwest Deccan plateau.
(ii) They cover the plateau of Maharashtra, Saurashtra, Malwa, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh.
(iii) They are also found in the Godavari and Krishna valleys.

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Answered on 08 Mar CBSE/Class 10/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

Haaris Ali

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Biotic resources can be various and I would explain some of it. It could be like food and habitat. In the ecosystems, some organisms are producers (mainly are plants) while some others are consumers. In this case, those photosynthetical plants are the resources for other organisms in the higher trophic... read more

Biotic resources can be various and I would explain some of it. It could be like food and habitat. In the ecosystems, some organisms are producers (mainly are plants) while some others are consumers. In this case, those photosynthetical plants are the resources for other organisms in the higher trophic level. Some organisms also use another organisms as the habitat to live in and to avoid predator or other threats. Such as birds that make their nests on the tree where the tree become its resources.

For the abiotic resources, it can be more varied, such as sun light and soil nutrients, We can clearly observe how plants are competing to get sunlight in the tropical forest. Some plants have strategy to get more sunlight, such as liana, a plants that climb up the host tree to reach the canopy and get more sunlight. The same thing also happens on the soil nutrients.

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Answered on 29 Sep CBSE/Class 10/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

Velmurugan K S

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It appears that agriculture ..lot of people 80 to 90 was in it in 190..by now in2018..dependant ratio is 50%..Are engaged but productivity is low .because of poor monsoons..& no govt support..it is Tertial sector comprising of banks, Telecom., services of all kinds from productive like electric,... read more

It appears that agriculture ..lot of people 80 to 90 was in it in 190..by now in2018..dependant ratio is 50%..Are engaged but productivity is low .because of poor monsoons..& no govt support..it  is Tertial sector comprising of banks, Telecom., services of all kinds from productive like electric, hydro power .coal and oil  & infrastructure like road, railways, air & sea transport. Trade , commerce , shipping , P& T service .telephone services , education , legal ,contribute more than 40 % of our GDP..there fore future depend on that sector in india..as in majority of countries of modern world..Dr K S Velmurugan , KMCPGS Pondicherry

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Answered on 05 Jun CBSE/Class 10/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

Randhir Singh

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Points of distinction are given in the table belowPrimary sector:1.It22 includes economic activities involving extraction and production of natural resources.2.It8 provides raw materials to the Secondary sector.3.Most of the activities are not dependent on Secondary sector.4.Greater dependence on this... read more

Points of distinction are given in the table below
Primary sector:
1.It22 includes economic activities involving extraction and production of natural resources.
2.It8 provides raw materials to the Secondary sector.
3.Most of the activities are not dependent on Secondary sector.
4.Greater dependence on this sector indicates an underdeveloped economy.
5.e g. agriculture, mining and forestry.
Secondary sector:
1.It22 processes natural resources.
2.It8 converts raw materials provided by primary activities into finished or semi-finished goods.
3.It4 is dependent on the Primary sector for supply of raw materials.
4.A shift of economic activities from Primary to Secondary sectors indicates a developing economy.
5.e.g. manufacturing and construction.

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Answered on 23 Apr CBSE/Class 10/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

Dilip Sen

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19th century was a period of time where India with its less economy has to face a technological advancements. The development of corporate world was the aim of UN. Capitalist world was than slowly flowed into India where their is strategic decline in manufacturing sectors. India's manufacturing sector... read more

19th century was a period of time where India with its less economy has to face a technological advancements. The development of corporate world was the aim of UN. Capitalist world was than slowly flowed into India where their is strategic decline in manufacturing sectors. India's manufacturing sector at a point was demanded as no markets in the world had that high demand. Specifically, India was much better in producing cotton and silk. 

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Answered on 31 May CBSE/Class 10/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

Prakrity Chatterjee

Black soil is also known as regur soil. It is essentially found in the lava covered areas of Maharasthra, Karnataka etc. The word regur originates from the latin word regurgitare which means to overflow. The four characteristics of this soil are as under: 1. A rich soil in nature consisting of a mixture... read more

Black soil is also known as regur soil. It is essentially found in the lava covered areas of Maharasthra, Karnataka etc. The word regur originates from the latin word regurgitare which means to overflow. The four characteristics of this soil are as under:

1. A rich soil in nature consisting of a mixture of sand, clay and organic materials.

2. Black in nature, proves ideal for the growth of crops like cotton.

3. They are typical of Godavari and Krishna valleys; known for their water retention capacity.

4. They are made up of lava flows. Known to develop cracks for proper exchange of air and rich in calcium carbonate, potash etc.

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Answered on 08 Jun CBSE/Class 10/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

Abyakta R.

Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka. Main crop is cotton
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