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Answered on 25 May CBSE/Class 9/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

Ansha A V

Mathematics Magician

Saudi Arabia is ruled by a hereditary king and the people have no role in electing or changing their rulers. The Saudi King rules as - absolute monarch.The king governs according to Islamic law. He selects the Legislature as well as Executives.He appoints the judges and can change their decisions.Citizens... read more

Saudi Arabia is ruled by a hereditary king and the people have no role in electing or changing their rulers. The Saudi King rules as - absolute monarch.
The king governs according to Islamic law. He selects the Legislature as well as Executives.
He appoints the judges and can change their decisions.
Citizens are not allowed to form political parties or political organisations. Media cannot report anything that the monarch does not like.
There is no freedom of religion. Every citizen is required to be Muslim. Non-Muslim residents can follow their religion in private, but not in public.
Women are subjected to many public restrictions.
The testimony of one man is considered equal to that of two women.

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Answered on 08 Mar CBSE/Class 9/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

Haaris Ali

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Following indicators are used by social scientists to interpret the poverty: (i) Illiteracy level It is a situation where parents are unable to send their children to school. (ii) Lack of access to healthcare It is a situation in which . sick people cannot afford treatment. (iii) Lack of access to drinking... read more

Following indicators are used by social scientists to interpret the poverty:

(i) Illiteracy level It is a situation where parents are unable to send their children to school.

(ii) Lack of access to healthcare It is a situation in which . sick people cannot afford treatment.

(iii) Lack of access to drinking water It means lack of safe and clean drinking water facilities.

(iv) Lack of job opportunity It means no availability of regular job opportunity.

(v) Lack of general resistance It means lack of general resistance due to malnutrition.

(iv) Lack of sanitation It means cleaning of our surroundings.

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Answered on 29 May CBSE/Class 9/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

Angel Fernandes

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1) Due to inequalities of income within a family, i.e., adults earn while rest of the family ill-treated older adults who have retired from their services2) This is so because they do not get jobs and hence, do not contribute much to the family. Women, small children can also be included in this list3)... read more

1)  Due to inequalities of income within a family, i.e., adults earn while rest of the family ill-treated older adults who have retired from their services

2) This is so because they do not get jobs and hence, do not contribute much to the family. Women, small children can also be included in this list

3)  Too much burden with less income is the main cause of suffering in these families

4) Poor people are the one who suffers the poverty most. Landlessness, hunger, lack of shelter, unemployment, large family size, illiteracy, poor health, malnutrition, child labour, Helplessness etc. are features of poor people.

5) In the family, children, women and old age person have to suffer more. All of them are dependent group but poverty not only unavail them their basic minimum needs, but many a time they have to suffer helplessness or indulge in hard work, e.g. a poor child, who has to experience not only from malnutrition, lack of access to health and education but sometimes have to indulge in child labour.

Thus, it can be concluded that in low-income families all suffer, but some suffer more than others.

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Answered on 25 May CBSE/Class 9/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

Explain the poverty alleviation programs initiated by the The Government of India.

Ansha A V

Mathematics Magician

The poverty alleviation programmes in India can be categorized based on whether it is targeted for rural areas or urban areas. Most of the programmes are designed to target rural poverty as prevalence of poverty is high in rural areas. Also targeting poverty is challenging in rural areas due to various... read more

The poverty alleviation programmes in India can be categorized based on whether it is targeted for rural areas or urban areas. Most of the programmes are designed to target rural poverty as prevalence of poverty is high in rural areas. Also targeting poverty is challenging in rural areas due to various geographic and infrastructure limitations. The programmes can be mainly grouped into 1) Wage employment programmes 2) Self-employment programmes 3) Food security programmes 4) Social security programmes 5) Urban poverty alleviation programmes

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Answered on 05 Mar CBSE/Class 9/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

Nilesh Soni

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England at that time was a naval superpower, so it required huge amount of timber for making ships and and other allied activities related to ship industry. On the other hand, rapid colonisation carried out by the britishers in other part of the world required them to transport industrial raw material... read more

England at that time was a naval superpower, so it required huge amount of timber for making ships and and other allied activities related to ship industry. On the other hand, rapid colonisation carried out by the britishers in other part of the world required them to transport industrial raw material from the colonies to Britain which required them to invest heavily on Commercial ship making. Hence, based on these two points, we can conclude that Ship Industry was one of the factors responsible for deforestration in India.

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Answered on 24 May CBSE/Class 9/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

Why and how were the native Americans driven Westwards? Explain.

Ansha A V

Mathematics Magician

Hi, you could expect the following questions during the interview, please be prepared and prepare for more as these not limited: 1. File extensions of Tableau 2. What is LOD Expression? 3. How to automate reports using Tableau? 4. What is Extract ws and Schedules? 5. What is Data Blending? 6.... read more

Hi, you could expect the following questions during the interview, please be prepared and prepare for more as these not limited:

1.  File extensions of Tableau

2. What is LOD Expression?

3. How to automate reports using Tableau?

4. What is Extract ws and Schedules?

5. What is Data Blending?

6. Difference between Tableau Desktop & Tableau Server, etc.,

Be prepared and prepare more for your project specific questions as well.

All the best.

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Answered on 27 May CBSE/Class 9/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

Tanvi C.

Maths and science teacher

First, you tell me your location then after I will tell you fee detail.
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Answered on 13 Feb CBSE/Class 9/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

Shashikant Kumar

Home Tutor

Constitution provides a basic set of rules and regulations for smooth functioning of Administrative system. It also gives rights and duties to the citizens. It clearly mentions utmost goals of the nations. It is the source of power to both state and central government which are limited so that no government... read more

Constitution provides a basic set of rules and regulations for smooth functioning of Administrative system. It also gives rights and duties to the citizens. It clearly mentions utmost goals of the nations. It is the source of power to both state and central government which are limited so that no government attain absolute power. That's why we need a constitution.

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Answered on 13 Feb CBSE/Class 9/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

R Sudharsan

Home Tutor

The Constitution was adopted by the Indian Constituent Assembly on 26 November 1949, and came into effect on 26 January 1950 with a democratic government system, completing the country's transition towards becoming an independent republic.
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Answered on 09 May CBSE/Class 9/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

Saksham

1.Russia 2.China 3.Canda 4.U.S.A. 5.Brazil 6. Australia
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