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Lesson Posted on 14/12/2018 CBSE/Class 12 CBSE CBSE/Class 10 +2 Schools/CBSE Schools Tuition less

How To Avoid Sleep While Studying?

Abraham Paul

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I will give you the top 7 methods to avoid sleep while you are studying: 1) Be Interested in what you are Studying! Yes to prevent sleep you must make sure that you are Interested in what you are reading! So if you are not interested in what you are studying then develop an interest in the subject. 2)... read more

I will give you the top 7 methods to avoid sleep while you are studying:

1) Be Interested in what you are Studying!

Yes to prevent sleep you must make sure that you are Interested in what you are reading!

So if you are not interested in what you are studying then develop an interest in the subject.

2) Drink a lot of Water!

Drinking plenty of water will make your brain cells active and improves your concentration.

Hence always have a water bottle in your Study table and drink a lot when you feel like sleeping.

3) Play a Game or Watch a Comedy Scene for some time!

It is a trick which I always do to get rid of sleep while I am studying.

Whenever I feel like sleeping, I would immediately open the “Chess” Game in my mobile phone and would play for 5 minutes, and after I realise that the sleep is gone, I would continue studying the Subject.

You can also watch a video clip which makes you laugh and then continue studying.

4) Walk While Studying!

It will enable you to be physically active and completely avoids sleep and enables you to focus on your studies.

5) Say aloud what you are studying!

If you are reading out loud what you are studying, then your senses become active, and this will eliminate the feeling of sleep.

6) Write Down Continuously (very fast)

Writing quickly on a piece of paper or a book will not only help you to prevent sleep but also help you to improve your writing skills which will be Helpful for your Exams.

7) Wash your Face with Water

It is the Final method by which you can completely overcome this habit of sleeping while you are studying.

Pouring water on your face will make your Brain Cells to be active and hence the feeling of sleep vanishes immediately.

Make sure that you implement these methods the next time when you feel like sleeping while you are studying.

If you have any doubts or questions, then feel free to contact me on UrbanPro.I am always happy to help students succeed in their career.

All the Best Students!

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Lesson Posted on 10/12/2018 Schools CBSE/Class 10/English/Reading

Improving English Reading And Understanding

Disha Atwal

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Many students find it hard to understand literature lessons initially. I suggest a way which would help understand the text and language better, without having to read it repeatedly. Before you start reading the chapter, go through a summary of what it is all about. For this, refer a good help book,... read more

Many students find it hard to understand literature lessons initially.

I suggest a way which would help understand the text and language better, without having to read it repeatedly.

Before you start reading the chapter, go through a summary of what it is all about. For this, refer a good help book, such as BBC, or check out Google. It would give you an idea of what you are about to start reading, and will help you grasp the text better.

After thoroughly reading the summary, go through the text. Read the book in parts. For example, you can read the first five pages first. Once you read this part, write down whatever you understood in it, in your own words. Try to keep it short (You can elaborate later in your exam, once you are aware of the essential points). Also underline the lines which you find necessary, in the book as well as in your version of the text.

Do the same for the rest of the chapter or book, until you've finished it.

Ultimately, you will have a summary of the whole chapter in your own words, which will also be easier for you to understand.

Try! I'm sure it will work for you.

Good luck!

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Lesson Posted on 02/12/2018 Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition CBSE/Class 9/Science CBSE/Class 9 +2 CBSE/Class 9/Science/Unit 3-Motion, Force and Work/Work and energy Schools/CBSE Schools less

Conservation of energy for a falling body

Soumi Roy

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Law of conservation of energy - Energy can neither be created nor be destroyed; it can only be transformed from one form to another. Consider a body of mass m placed at A. h = AB is the height of the body above the ground u = 0 is initial velocity at A v1 = velocity of body at C v = velocity... read more

Law of conservation of energy - Energy can neither be created nor be destroyed; it can only be transformed from one form to another.

 

Consider a body of mass m placed at A.

h = AB is the height of the body above the ground

u = 0 is initial velocity at A

v1 = velocity of body at C

v = velocity of body at B, i.e., just above the ground

(i) At point A

PEA = mgh

KEA = 0

Total mechanical energy at A, EA = PEA + KEA = mgh + 0 = mgh

(ii) At point C

v12-0 = 2gs

v12 = 2gs

KEC =

PEC = mg(h-s)

Total mechanical energy at C, EC = PEC + KEC = mg(h-s) + mgs = mgh

(iii) At point B

v2-02 = 2gh

v2 = 2gh

KEB =

PEB = 0

Total mechanical energy at B, EB = PEB + KEB = 0 + mgh= mgh

The total mechanical energy of the body at A, B and C (also at any other point in the path AB) is the same. So, the total mechanical energy of the body throughout the free fall is conserved.

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Lesson Posted on 25/10/2018 Schools/CBSE Schools CBSE/Class 12/Commerce

Central Problems of an Economy - NCERT/CBSE, Economics, Class 12

Rajiv Vadera

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Three central problems of every economy-
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Answered on 09/09/2018 Tuition CBSE/Class 9/Mathematics Schools/CBSE Schools +1 CBSE/Class 10/Science less

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Lesson Posted on 31/08/2018 Schools/CBSE Schools CBSE/Class 11/Commerce/Business Studies

Different types/kinds of banks in India - Class 11

Rajiv Vadera

I am MBA Finance. I believe in conceptual learning and not just theoretical

Different Types of Banks- 1. Central Bank- The central bank is the apex bank in banking structure of any country. The Central Bank controls the flow of currency in the economy. It regulates the other banks in the country. It also works as a banker to the government. When other banks are in a problem,... read more

Different Types of Banks-

1. Central Bank- The central bank is the apex bank in banking structure of any country. The Central Bank controls the flow of currency in the economy. It regulates the other banks in the country. It also works as a banker to the government. When other banks are in a problem, they approach the Central Bank for assistance. Hence it is also called as a banker's bank. The Central Bank has sole authority to print the paper currency of the country. In India, the Reserve Bank of India is the Central Bank. Likewise, The Bank of England is the Central Bank of England and Federal Reserve Bank is the central bank of the United States of America.

2. Commercial banks- Commercial banks are the banks which do the banking business with the aim of earning profits. They accept deposits from the public and lend them to traders, manufacturers, and businessmen. For example, Bank of India, Axis Bank, HSBC etc.

3. Development Banks - These banks provide financial assistance to various industries for the purchase of machinery and equipment, modernization and expansion. For example, IFCI (Industrial Finance Corporation of India and SFCs (State Financial Corporations)

4. Co-operative banks - Co-operative banks are the banks whose main objective is to provide financial assistance to economically weaker sections of the society. Examples of cooperative banks are The New India Cooperative Bank, Cosmos Co-op Bank etc.

5. Specialized Banks- These banks specialize in providing financial assistance to a particular industry or sector. For example, EXIM Bank, SIDBI, NABARD etc.

6. Regional Rural Banks- The main aim of Regional Rural Banks (RRBs) is to provide banking services in rural areas. Its function is to provide financial assistance to small traders and farmers in rural areas

7. Exchange Banks. These banks are mainly concerned with the financing of foreign trade. The main function of such banks is to provide a facility for transfer of money from one country to another. Example Bank of America and Bank of Tokyo are Exchange banks operating in India

8. Indigenous Bankers - These are private lenders who charge a very high rate of interest on loans given by them

9. Savings Bank- The main aim of the Savings Bank is to cultivate a habit of saving among people. For example, Post Office savings bank

Refer - Various Types of Banks

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Lesson Posted on 28/08/2018 Schools/CBSE Schools CBSE/Class 12/Commerce

Public Economics - Non tax revenues of the government, Macro Economics

Rajiv Vadera

I am MBA Finance. I believe in conceptual learning and not just theoretical

Economics Class 12 - NCERT, ICSE, State Board
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Lesson Posted on 28/08/2018 CBSE/Class 11/Commerce Schools/CBSE Schools Schools/ICSE Schools

Features of Private Sector Organisations - NCERT Business Studies

Rajiv Vadera

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CBSE ICSE/ISC - Commercial Studies State Board - OC/OCM IGCSE/GCSE
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Answered on 07/11/2018 Schools/ICSE Schools

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