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Answered 2 days ago CBSE/Class 12/Commerce/Accountancy Tuition/Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

Ruchi Ltd issued 42,000, 7% Debentures of Rs.100 each on 1st April, 2011, redeemable at a premium of... read more
Ruchi Ltd issued 42,000, 7% Debentures of Rs.100 each on 1st April, 2011, redeemable at a premium of 8% on 31st March 2015. The company decided to create required Debenture Redemption Reserve on 31st March 2014. The company invested the funds as required by law in a fixed deposit with State Bank of India on 1st April, 2014 earning interest at 10% per annum. Tax was deducted at source by the bank on interest at 10% per annum. Pass necessary Journal Entries regarding issue and redemption of debentures read less

Jyoti S.

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For issue- Bank A/c Dr. To Debenture capital ( par value ) To securities premium ( premium amount ) For redemption - Debenture holders A/c Dr. To Bank A/c read more

For issue-

 

Bank A/c Dr. 

      To Debenture capital ( par value )

       To securities premium ( premium amount )

 

 

For redemption - 

Debenture holders A/c Dr.

                   To Bank A/c

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Answered on 22 Jan CBSE/Class 12/Commerce/Entrepreneurship Tuition/Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

What is meant by a business opportunity?

Sujoy D.

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A business opportunity is a set of tools and information people buy to start a business. Franchises are forms of business opportunities that typically offer extra support. Different states regulate businesses opportunities in different ways. Coming up with a business idea is not enough to start a business,... read more
A business opportunity is a set of tools and information people buy to start a business. Franchises are forms of business opportunities that typically offer extra support. Different states regulate businesses opportunities in different ways. Coming up with a business idea is not enough to start a business, and those who launch a business need to complete a number of additional steps. People without experience often struggle with these details. Most business opportunities come with helpful information and other items that can help launch the business successfully. Franchises are a popular type of business opportunity, and they typically offer far more resources than typical business opportunities. They are generally more expensive, but the franchiser's interest in the success of the franchise often means that franchisees have more support. Other forms of business opportunities typically have no guarantee of extra help. Business opportunities are regulated by individual states to prevent fraud. Some people sell business opportunities that have little chance of success. Others sell more reasonable plans but make money by providing a variety of services. Before investing in a business opportunity, potential investors should talk with those who have already made a purchase to avoid spending money on an opportunity that has little chance of yielding a profit. read less
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Answered on 26 Jan CBSE/Class 12/Humanities/Sociology Tuition/Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

Interpret cultural diversity in your own words.

Sujoy D.

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India is a land of diversity in race, region, caste, language, mate, landform, flora and fauna and so on. From ancient time till day India has repaintained this diversity from very ancient time. Mature has shaped the country so. Rightly this land has been termed as "the epitome of the world." The fundamental... read more

India is a land of diversity in race, region, caste, language, mate, landform, flora and fauna and so on. From ancient time till day India has repaintained this diversity from very ancient time. Mature has shaped the country so. Rightly this land has been termed as "the epitome of the world." The fundamental diversity in India is gleaned from the following.

Geographical Diversity:

India is a vast country with great diversity of physical features. Certain parts in India are so fertile that they are counted amongst the most fertile regions of the world while other are so unproductive and barren that hardly anything car be grown there.

The regions of Indo- Gangetic Valley belong to the first category, while certain area of Rajasthan falls under the later category. From the point of view of climate, there is sharp contrast. As Minoo Massami has said that, "India has every variety of climates from the blazing heat of the plains, as favorite in places as  Africa-Jacobabad in Sindh- to freezing point (the Arctic cold of the Himalayas).

The Himalayan ranges which are always covered with snow are very cold while the deserts of Rajasthan are well known for their heat. The country also does not get uniform rainfall. There are certain areas like Cherapunji in Assam which get almost 460" of rain -fall per year which is considered to be world's highest record on the other hand, Sindh and Rajasthan get hardly 3 inches of rainfall per- year. This variety in climate has also contributed to a variety of flora and fauna. In fact, India possesses richest variety of plants and animals known in the world.

Racial Diversity:

India possesses a rich variety of races. In view of this variety Prof. V.A. Smith says, "From the human point of view India has been often described as an ethnological Dr racial museum in which numberless races of mankind may be steadied."

"The vast population of India consists of the jungles tribe (Hence Bhils, Kols, Santhals), the Greeks, the Sakas, the Kushanas, the Hunas, the Mongolians, the Arabs, the Turks, the Afghans etc. The physical features and color of the Indian people also differ from region to region- While the people of Kashmir are handsome and fair in complexion, these qualities are missing among the habitants of Assam.

Linguistic Diversity:

India not only possesses racial diversity but also linguistic diversity- It is said that almost 400 languages are spoken in India. Some of the prominent language recognized by the constitution includes, Assamese Bengali, Gujrkti, Hindi, Kannad, Kashmiri, and Malayalam. Marathi, Or Punjabi, Sanskrit, Sindhi, Terrill, Telgu and Urdu. In fact it is commonly believed that in India the language changes after every four kooks. There is not only variety of languages but also variety of scripts in India some of the popular scripts in ancient times were Pali, Kharosthi Devnagri, etc. What is really striking is that almost all these language- possess their own literature which differ a great deal from each other

Religious and social Diversity:

In the religious sphere also India possesses great diversity. Almost all the principal religions of the world like Brahmanism, Buddhism, Jainism, Islam and Christianity are found here. Most of these religions are further sub-divided into various sects and divisions.

For example, Buddhism is divided into Hinayana and Mahayana; the Jainism is divided into Digambaras and Septembers and the Brahmanism is divided into the Vaishnavas, Shivas, Shaktis, Brahmo Samaj, Arya Samaj etc. In addition the primitive men have their own peculiar cults which are quite distinct from these major religions. Thus we can say India possess completely diversity on religious sphere.

In the social sphere also the general customs and manners of the people greatly different. People of different regions use different types of dresses. Their eating habits and customs are also quite different. Certain people are quite civilized while other are yet backward in their customs. Thus we find as Radhakumud Mukherjee has put it, "India is a museum of cults and customs, creeds and cultures, faiths and tongues, racial types and social systems.

Political Diversity:

The diversity in culture, races, language, religion etc. greatly stood in the way of political unity in India. As a result from the earliest times, India has been divided into several independent principalities. The rulers of these principalities were always engaged in wars with each other for supremacy. This disunity and friction was fully exploited by the foreign invaders to bring India under their subjugation.

No doubt certain rulers like Chandra Gupta Maurya, Ashoka, Samudra Gupta, Ala- ud- din Khiliji and Akbar had subjugated these principalities and established strong empire but they were only handful of the rulers who could accomplish it. For most of the time India presented the spectacle of a divided country. Even under this mighty rulers a real unity could not be established both due to the lack of means of communication and transportation as well as national consciousness. In short, we can say that really speaking India could never be united politically.

In this way diversity pervades on the whole of Indian subcontinent. This diversity is so much so that a foreigner will simply stare at this. Anyway, such diversities are not the hallmarks of Indian culture. The main theme of this culture is unity which absorbs all the diversities.

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Answered 1 day ago CBSE/Class 12/Humanities/Psychology Tuition/Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

What did Carl Jung mean by collective unconscious?

Jayshree Rai

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According to Carl Jung,the human collective unconscious is populated by instincts and by archetypes : universal symbols such as The great mother,The wise old man,The shadow,The Tower,Water,The tree of life and many more..
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Answered 1 day ago CBSE/Class 12/Humanities/Psychology Tuition/Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

Explain abnormal behavior from the perspective of socio-cultural model.

Diksha Marwaha

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this model, abnormality is social, not medical or psychological. For example, early Greeks revered people who heard voices that no one else heard because they interpreted this phenomenon as evidence of divine prophecy. In the Middle Ages, people tortured or killed people who heard voices because they... read more

this model, abnormality is social, not medical or psychological. For example, early Greeks revered people who heard voices that no one else heard because they interpreted this phenomenon as evidence of divine prophecy. In the Middle Ages, people tortured or killed people who heard voices because they interpreted this same proclivity as evidence of demonic possession or witchcraft. Today, people treat those who hear voices with medicine and psychotherapy because this symptom is viewed as evidence of schizophrenia

Social and cultural context can influence the kinds of stresses people experience, the kinds of disorders they are likely to develop, and the treatment they are likely to receive. 

The medical, psychological, and sociocultural models of abnormality represent profoundly different ways of explaining and thus treating people's problems. They cannot be combined in a simple way because they often contradict one another. For example, a biological model asserts that depression is due to biochemistry. The treatment, therefore, is medicine to correct the imbalance. In contrast, a behavioral model asserts that depression is learned. The treatment, therefore, is changing the rewards and pun-ishers in the environment so that the person unlearns the old, bad habits and learns new, healthy habits.

One attempt to integrate the different models of abnormality is called the diathesis-stress model of abnormality. It proposes that people develop disorders if they have a biological weakness (diathesis) that predisposes them to the disorder when they encounter certain environmental conditions (stress). 

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Answered 2 days ago CBSE/Class 12/Humanities/History Tuition/Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

Explain the factors responsible for the partition of India during 1947.

Thirumani

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the Act of 1947 A.D. was passed by the English Govt, and India was partitionedinto two independent states, that is, the Indian union and Pakistan on 15th August 1947 A.D.. Causes of the partition of India read more

the Act of 1947 A.D. was passed by the English Govt, and India was partitionedinto two independent states, that is, the Indian union and Pakistan on 15th August 1947 A.D.. Causes of the partition of India

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Answered 1 day ago CBSE/Class 12/Science/Physics Tuition/Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

Write the functions of the three segments of a transistor.

Diksha Marwaha

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Transistor consist of emitter,collector and base.each one is having a particular function . 1.)emitter emits the charge carriers . 2.)collector collects the charge carriers . 3)base provides interaction between emitter and. Collector.
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Answered 3 days ago CBSE/Class 12/Science/Chemistry Tuition/Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

When a co-ordination compound CrCl3.6H2O is mixed with AgNO3, 2 moles of AgCl are precipitated per mole... read more
When a co-ordination compound CrCl3.6H2O is mixed with AgNO3, 2 moles of AgCl are precipitated per mole of the compound. Write (i) Structural formula of the complex. (ii) IUPAC name of the complex. read less

Mohit Rathore

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Answered 1 day ago CBSE/Class 12/Science/Chemistry Tuition/Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

What type of magnetism is shown by a substance if magnetic moments of domains are arranged in same direction?

C Ravi Teja

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ferromagnetism
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Answered on 10 Feb CBSE/Class 12/Science/Biology Tuition/Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

Differentiate between point mutation and frameshift mutations.

Veerababu Shetti

In point mutation only the change(or)substution of single base And in the frame shift mutation addition or delition of base pairs occure it result total sequence changes and point mutation leads to frame shift mutation
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