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Lesson Posted on 24/12/2019 CBSE/Class 10 Tuition/BA Tuition/English Language Teaching

How to Tackle with Exam pressure!

Pallavi

My dear students It is obvious that during exams we all feel nervous and the reason behind this nervousness is due to lack of confidence or lack of preparedness. Here are some tips for how to prepare for exams: 1)Organise your study space.make a time table and strictly follow it. 2) Give enough... read more

My dear students 

It is obvious that during exams we all feel nervous and the reason behind this nervousness is due to lack of confidence or lack of preparedness.

 

Here are some tips for how to prepare for exams:

1)Organise your study space.make a time table and strictly follow it.

2) Give enough time for studies

3)practice previous question papers

4) Discuss with your friends and clear doubts

5) organise group studies 

 

These are few tips for today

 

 

 

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Answered on 21 Jan Tuition/BA Tuition/English Language Teaching

Hello My name is Harbir Singh Dhillon and I am a pass out from HIM kolkata 1996 batch. I have worked... read more

Hello

My name is Harbir Singh Dhillon and I am a pass out from HIM kolkata 1996 batch. I have worked in hospitality industry and my last job was with Wipro as a voice and accent trainer. I live in a village now and with internet becoming more accessible, I would like to do something as I have plenty of time to spare. Please suggest a job suitable for me. 

I am well versed with computers and my proficiency is in English language. 

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Sankalita Roy

Qualified Japanese and English Teacher

I suggest you freelance on digital marketing and content writing. That way, you can efficiently work on your own free time and space! Also, you can try opening classes for helping other students in attaining your skills as well.
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Lesson Posted on 23/09/2019 Tuition/BA Tuition/Basic Microbiology

Characteristics of Several Complex Materials Used as Ingredients of Media

Nisha S Abrol

I am a bio technologist with experience in R & D. I have done my masters in biotechnology. I am well...

Raw Material Characteristics Nutritional Value Beef Extract An aqueous extract of lean beef tissue concentrated to a paste Contains the water-soluble substances of animal tissue, which include carbohydrates, organic nitrogen compounds, water-soluble vitamins, and salts. Peptone The... read more
Raw Material Characteristics Nutritional Value
Beef Extract An aqueous extract of lean beef tissue concentrated to a paste Contains the water-soluble substances of animal tissue, which include carbohydrates, organic nitrogen compounds, water-soluble vitamins, and salts.
Peptone The product resulting from the digestion of proteinaceous materials, e.g., meat, casein, and gelati; digestion of the protein matetrial is accomplished with acids or enzymes; many different peptones (depending upon the protein used and the mmethod of digestion) are available for use in bacteriological media; peptones differ in their ability to support growth of bacteria.  Principal source of organic nitrogen; may also contain some vitamins and sometimes carbohydrates, depending upon the kind of proteinaceous material digested.
Agar A complex carbohydrate obtained from certain marine algae; processed to remove extraneous substances Used as a solidification  agent for media, agar, dissolved in aqueous solutions, gels when the temperature is reduced below 45 degrees; agar not considered a source of nutrient to the bacteria.
Yeast Extract An aqueous extract of yeast cells, commerially available as a powder A very rich source of the B vitamins; also contains organic nitrogen and carbon compounds.
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Lesson Posted on 20/09/2019 Tuition/BA Tuition/Education

CBSE class 6 Science Chemistry Chapter water

K. B.

Provide sample worksheets of cbse & icse class 4-10 science & maths chapter wise With solutions. Each...

Water Q1: We do not use water for making products in industries. True/ False View Answer Ans: False Q2: We get water from: River Lakes Well All of these View Answer Ans: All of these. Q3: Water present in ocean and sea is ___________________ for drinking. View Answer ... read more

 

Water

Q1: We do not use water for making products in industries. True/ False

View Answer

 

Ans:

False

 

Q2: We get water from:

  1. River
  2. Lakes
  3. Well
  4. All of these

View Answer

 

Ans:

All of these.

 

Q3: Water present in ocean and sea is ___________________ for drinking.

View Answer

 

Ans:

Unfit.

 

Q4: What are salty water?

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Ans:

Water in which many salts are dissolved.

 

Q5: Name the source of saline water.

View Answer

Ans:

ocean and sea

 

 

Q6: Water spilled on a floor dries up because of ____________________.

View Answer

 

Ans:

evaporation

 

Q7: Name the phenomenon responsible for drying of clothes on a cloth line.

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Ans:

Evaporation

 

 

Q8: Water vapour carry away salt with it? True/ False

View Answer

 

Ans:

False

 

Q9: On _____________ water changes in to water vapour.

View Answer

Ans:

Heating

 

 

Q10: On_______________ water changes into ice.

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Ans:

Cooling

 

 

Q11: Can we convert water into water vapour without heating it?

View Answer

 

 

Ans:

No

 

Q12: Name the source of heat that heats water bodies and form water vapour.

View Answer

 

 

Ans:

Sunlight

 

Q13: Why we are not able to notice water vapour from bucket full of water kept in sunlight?

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Ans:

Because evaporation taking place here is a slow process.

 

 

Q14: Plants need water to:

  1. Grow
  2. Cook food
  3. None of these
  4. Both a and b.

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Ans:

Both a and b.

 

 

Q15: Name the two process by which water vapour enters air.

View Answer

 

Ans:

Evaporation and transpiration

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Answered on 30/10/2019 Tuition/BCA Tuition/Programming in C++ Tuition/BA Tuition/Programming in JAVA

Abraham Paul

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Yes there are a pletheora of online platforms available for teaching programming. You can teach programming in websites like UrbanPro, Udemy, YouTube, Teachable, SkillShare and Unacademy.
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Answered on 30/08/2019 Tuition/BA Tuition

Rahul Prasad Sah

2 Year's of experience in Teaching math & physics to class 7 to 12 student's

You can speak like a pro if you start thinking in English always.Conversion of Hindi sentences in English requires double processing by the brain, so start to think in English only then you would no more require double processing.
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Answered on 11/07/2019 CBSE/Class 11/Humanities/Psychology Tuition Tuition/BA Tuition

bhargav

Commerce Tutor

You can charge as per the time period that is available to the child. It may be around Rs. 2000/- per child per month. And it should be great if you could deal with many subjects.
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Lesson Posted on 11/06/2019 Tuition/BA Tuition

Slavery in Roman Italy

Sonali Kumari

I am a undergraduate pursuing history honours from Delhi University. I have been actively pursuing teaching...

Question: What were the economic, political and institutional processes that led to the expansion of Slave labour in the Roman civilization? SLAVERY IN ROMAN ITALY Slavery, as per defined by League of Nations Committee in 1926, is “the status or condition of a person over... read more

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What were the economic, political and institutional processes that led to the expansion of Slave labour in the Roman civilization?



              SLAVERY IN ROMAN ITALY

 

Slavery, as per defined by League of Nations Committee in 1926, is “the status or condition of a person over whom any or all of the powers attaching to the right of ownership are exercised.” This definition stresses ownership of property implying slavery to be principally an economic institution. A second definition by a sociologist describes slavery as “the permanent, violent domination of natally alienated and generally dishonoured persons.” This definition stresses upon the slaves’ subjection and isolation, suggesting slavery should be principally understood as a social relationship founded on the exercise of authority over an inferior party by a superior party. So was slavery an economic phenomenon or social phenomenon in the context of Roman civilization? This question cannot exist before the understanding of conditions for creating forced labour. Finley says the need to mobilize labour power for tasks beyond the capacity of an individual or family was present whenever a society attained a stage of sufficient accumulation of resources and power in some hands(whether king, temple, ruling tribe or aristocracy). The requisite labour force was obtained by compulsion- by physical violence or actions or by psychological force of law and custom. Thus slavery was one kind of forced labour between many others, though significantly different from the others as each form of forced labour was unfree in different ways. However, historians only seem to generally emphasize that they were not free. With the development of capitalism did wage labour emerge as the characteristic form of labour for others, thus making labour power as one of the main commodities in market place and in contrast with slavery, the labourer himself is the commodity. As a commodity, slave was a property over which masters exercised full control. It means therefore that a slave is not defined by how badly or well he/she is treated but by the fundamental fact of being unprotected as a human being or citizen by law. The unfreedom was a legal thing as the slave had no rights of family and reproduction. Even the children of slaves were without rights. Slaves had a partner or children only with the consent of the owner. All forms of compulsory labour other than slaves enjoyed social freedom to own some property protected by law. Unlike slaves, other compulsory labourers were self-reproducing. The place of slave in a society is not a matter of their totals(numbers) but of their location in two senses- first, who their owners were; secondly, what role they played, in the economy but not only in the economy.

 

Roman Italy is considered one of the few slave societies of the world. A slave society can be understood as a society in which slaves play an important part in production and form a high proportion of the population(say over 20%).

 

Means of supply of slaves were:-

  • The reduction to slavery of enemies defeated in warfare was one of the principal mechanisms by which Rome provided itself with slaves in the central period of it's history. Finley says that war and conquest were no doubt important contributing factors to the establishment and preservation of a slave society, but they were not a necessary condition and certainly not a sufficient condition. Also it's a debatable topic that why out of all options of extracting the most out of the war captives after victory in wars, slavery(one of the least common and usually reserved for particularly obstinate or treacherous enemies) became so rampant.
  • Natural reproduction among the existing slave population.
  • Long-distance trade with people and communities beyond the frontiers of the empire- trade,i.e., independent of expansionist warfare- was a further supplier of new slaves to Rome.
  • Piracy within the sphere of Roman influence. ( Pirates of Mediterranean)

Roman republic ancient economy was agriculture for which slaves were supplied by continuous and sequential warfares but in Roman principate, time of peaceful conditions, when warfare no longer provided slaves in sufficient numbers, owners were forced to turn to the systematic breeding of slaves to keep up supplies. Finley here argues that demand must have preceded supply and existence of a sufficient demand requires at least three necessary conditions:-

  • In an overwhelmingly agrarian world, private ownership of land, with sufficient concentration in some hands to need extra-familial labour for the permanent work-force.
  • Sufficient development of commodity production and markets(in present discussion, location and distance of market is not taken in consideration).
  • Presence of a negative condition, the unavailability of an internal labour supply, compelling the employers of labour to turn to outsiders.

All the three conditions must exist at the same time.

 

Slavery, most importantly, was a means of labour, service and status symbol. In ancient Rome, the old political order( traditional oligarchy) lost its stability and a powerful monarchy strongly based on exclusive control of a professional army was established as a result of a series of bitter and destructive civil wars between rival generals. In parallel to transformation in political order, intrusion of large number of slaves transformed the traditional system of production. This impacted the native Roman peasants who often grew barely enough to feed themselves as now they were evicted to make room for slaves who produced a surplus for sale in the market. Slave displaced peasants migrated to the city of Rome and to other Italian towns, or joined the army or migrated to newly pacified Italian towns. Displacement of citizen peasants by slaves embittered the poor and also became an opportunity for ambitious individuals like generals to rise politically. The provision of food and work for 2 million slaves imported to live side by side with 4 million citizens implied economical and political changes in organization. Mass slavery in Roman Italy should also be seen as a product of Roman politics. In the Roman political system, aristocrats depended for their status and power on election to political office, which they solicited from plebs(). Aristocrats manipulated the electorate. The political power of the citizen body significantly limited the extent to which rich Romans could systematically exploit free Roman citizens as overt dependents (negative condition, the unavailability of internal labour supply). Rich used slaves instead of free men as dependent workers, because slaves had advantages which outweighed their obvious disadvantages. The chief disadvantage of slaves was their high capital cost but in the exceptional circumstances of imperial conquest, Roman nobles could afford the high capital cost of slaves. These three components of slavery -- the slave’s property status, the totality of the power over him, and his kinlessness -- provided powerful advantages to the slaveowner as against other forms of involuntary labour: he had greater control and flexibility in the employment of his labour force and far more freedom to dispose off unwanted labour. The presence of a substantial number of slaves in Roman society defined free citizens, even if they were poor, as superior. For the owners of large farms, slaves offered several advantages over free labour:-

  • Slave-ownership conferred status and was an expression of power and superiority.
  • Slaves could be completely controlled by the master.
  • They could be forced to work long hours throughout the year.
  • Slaves could be organized in gangs and allowed some agricultural specialization.
  • In a society without a market in free labour, recruitment by force(i.e. Slavery) was probably the only method of securing large numbers of full-time dependents with particular skills. Slaves were the fuel of an agrarian revolution, a means of organizing labour in an economy without a labour market.
  • Slavery fed on itself. Providing a single male with food cost substantially less than a family.

 

Economically, change in land uses and movements of peasant population was simultaneous with the creation of a new surplus and new market for it's consumption. Slavery became a means to achieve surplus because of raise in the productivity of labour. Man-power saving was possible by changing from peasant to slave farming substantially. The creation of market( comprising peasants who migrated to Rome and other Italian towns and the new urban slaves) acted as a reciprocal and made the increase in productivity useful. The single biggest market was the city of Rome.

 

Land was the only safe large-scale investment available and the rich invested in it. The obstacle was that fertile land around Rome densely occupied by citizen peasants and the rich either bought up peasants’ land or took possession of it by violence. Small holdings were reorganized into larger and more profitable farms(but not huge single estates).

 

It's evident from a few religious examples such as the participation of slave women in the Matralia, a womens’ festival and Slave Womens’ Festival etc. that there is a primitive religious institutionalization of a slave presence that complements the legal evidence. The cultural and institutional visibility of Slavery at Rome, across time and space, implies that for slaveowners slave-owning was a never failing source of personal advantage. The social and economic benefits that accrued to owners derived from their almost limitless abilities to control and coerce human property. From a cultural point of view thus, slavery was at no time an incidental feature of Roman social organization and at no time an inconsequential element of Roman mentality.

 

Referred readings:

  1. Slavery and Society at Rome, Keith Bradley.
  2. Conquerers and Slaves, Keith Hopkins
  3. The Emergence of A Slave Society, Finley.



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Answered on 15/06/2019 CBSE/Class 11/Humanities/Psychology Tuition/BA Tuition/Psychological Perspectives In Education Tuition/BA Tuition/Counseling Psychology

Lavish Mall

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Exercise or physical activity, new experiences, curiosity and creativity, social connections, brain training games like different types of puzzles, mindfulness meditation, sufficient amount of sleep, addressing stress or the reduction of chronic stress.
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Lesson Posted on 19/07/2017 Tuition/BA Tuition/Media Ethics and the law

Muslim Marriage Civil Contract Or Sacrament: Discuss

Priyanka B.

3 years experience in Kalyani university as a lecturer of law subjects,guest lecturer of Kalyani ITI...

Muslim marriage civil contract or sacrament: On the basis of Juristic opinion we can easily conclude, that marriage is simply a civil contract under Muslim Law. It fulfills all the conditions of a contract-proposal and acceptance, free consent and consideration. But from the religious angle, Muslim... read more

Muslim marriage civil contract or sacrament:

On the basis of Juristic opinion we can easily conclude, that marriage is simply a civil contract under Muslim Law. It fulfills all the conditions of a contract-proposal and acceptance, free consent and consideration.

But from the religious angle, Muslim marriage is a devotional act. Marriage is not devoid of all religious and spiritual values. Along with its secular aspect it also partakes the elements of a sacred union of two souls means for spiritual ends.

In Quran and Hadith spouses are strictly enjoined to love and honour each other. Enjoyment and showering love and affection by each one has been called a noble act. Marriage under Islam is sacrament keeping the view of Quranic injunction and traditions.

In the ultimate analysis it can be said that the marriage in Islam is neither purely a civil contract nor a sacrament. It is devoid of none but the blending of the two.

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