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    Rate of Chemical equilibrium

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    Phosporous

    Phosphorous is a non metal placed i... Read more

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    Phosporous

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    Phosporous

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    World Of Bird

    We are attracted by birds so much b... Read more

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    Wild Life

    Conservation of Wild life is a comp... Read more

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    What is an eye

    This project deals with all basic i... Read more

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    Vitamins

    Vitamins are identified by H.G.Hopk... Read more

  • X – Rays

    This project gives you the details about the X-Rays. This project contains about the properties of rays, different types of rays and the information about that and the uses of it. This project is useful ...
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  • Universe

    As we will discuss later, the earth currently has significant climate variations on a timescale of 100,000 years. In addition, over the last 200-250 million years the earth is experiencing an era go global tectonic ...
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  • Source of Energy

    Energy is the ability to do work. There are two types of energy: potential & kinetic energy. By: Ashok Kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Sanjukta Acharya Hindol High School Hindol, Orissa
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  • Sound Amplifications

    If you speak one word at the microphone at a level of 80 dB and the loudspeaker returns that word to the microphone at 80 dB, then you can go home. By: Ashok Kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Unknown Govt. Boys’ ...
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  • Sound

    Centrum Sound is a principal provider of Assistive Listening Devices for personal applications. In addition, we carry a full range of Professional Sound Reinforcement Equipment. By: Ashok Kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Aryasreehari, Parvathy.P & Neelima Chandran Govt. G.H.S.S. Cotton Hill, TVPM, ...
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  • World Of Bird

    We are attracted by birds so much because they are among the most colorful and musical creatures inhabiting the earth. Birds occur in every habitat, from polar ice to tropical deserts. Birds have adapted ...
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  • Wild Life

    Conservation of Wild life is a complex operation because, it is not only Concerned with living organisms like plants and animals but also with the non-living environment on which they depend. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class B.V.Sandeep., Chandan. ...
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  • What is an eye

    This project deals with all basic information regarding eyes. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Unknown Govt Model B.H.S.School Thycaud, Kerala
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  • Vitamins

    Vitamins are identified by H.G.Hopkins and named by Funk. These are micro nutrients required for good health. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class T.Vijaya, Nagenrda, Gonogur Z.P.H.S.
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  • Virus

    We explain the Viruses Viral disease in Man – Symptoms, Prevention Measures Bacterial disease in Man – Symptoms – Causative Organisms – Prevention Measures. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class M.Anitha, J.Jaya Chitra Vallal Sabapathy Matric.Hr.Sec.School Chennai, Tamil Nadu vallalsabapathy_sol@yahoo.com 10th
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  • Rate of Chemical equilibrium

    A chemical change is called a chemical reaction. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Unknown Orissa
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  • Phosporous

    Phosphorous is a non metal placed inVA group of periodic table . Its atomic number is 15.it exhibits valency 3,5. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class C.D.ANURADHA MPUHSS CHENNAI, TAMILNADU 9th
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  • Phosporous

    Phosphorus is commonly misspelled “phosphorous”. It is an essential component of living systems and is found in nervous tissue, bones and cell protoplasm. By: Vikrant Mishra Created By School Address Email Class Hemavathy General Cariappa.Hr.Sec.School Tamil Nadu
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  • Phosporous

    Phosphorus (P) is an essential element classified as a macronutrient because of the relatively large amounts of P required by plants. Phosphorus is one of the three nutrients generally added to soils in fertilizers. By: Ashok ...
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  • Nitrogen Cycle

    Let’s learn about nitrogen cycle. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Govt. Boy’s High School Bhuwaneswar,Orissa
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  • Verb

    A Verb is a word which says some thing about a subject/person/thing. (Or an action word/doing word is called a Verb). By: Vikrant Mishra Created By School Address Email Class Unknown Unknown Jagatsingpur, Orissa
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  • Tense

    Learn how verbs changes with present & past tense. By: Parul Gupta Created By School Address Email Class Unknown Harihar High School Kuarmunda, Orissa 6th
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  • Tense

    Tense is a form of verb that indicates time. Tenses are divided in to three periods: past, present & future. By: Vikrant Mishra Created By School Address Email Class Unknown Govt. Girls High School Boanigarh, Orissa 9th
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  • Singular & Plural

    The noun stands for only one thing is called singular while the noun stands for more than one thing is called plural. By: Vikrant Mishra Created By School Address Email Class Unknown Unknown Jagatsingpur, Orissa
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  • Preposition

    Preposition ‘in’ is used to show something is contained within a bigger. By: Vikrant Mishra Created By School Address Email Class Jagatsingpur, Orissa
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  • Water

    WATER is very important element. It is a part of our food. Without it we can’t live. No living object can exist without it . By: Vikrant Mishra! Created By School Address Email Class Unknown Baladev High School Bhageswarpur, Kendrapara, Orissa
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  • Volcano

    Volcanoes form when hot material from below rises and leaks into the crust. This hot material, called magma, comes either from a melt of subducted crustal material, and which is light and bouyant after melting, ...
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  • Troposphere

    Troposphere extends from 10 km. at the poles to 20k.m. at the equator. All weather Phenomenon’s occur here. Also, dust particles are present in this layer. By: Ashok Kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Govt. Boy’s High School Bhuwaneswar, Orissa
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  • Three Stages of Water

    When we think of water, we usually think of water as a liquid. A liquid will take the shape of whatever container it is in. By: Vikrant Mishra! Created By School Address Email Class Unknown Barhapravan High School Kendrapara, Orissa 8th
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  • Soil(Documentation)

    Students worked hard to collect data on soil, on creation of soil, on the composition of soil, on soil erosion. By: Vikrant Mishra! Created By School Address Email Class Baladev High School Bhageswarpur, Kendrapara, Orissa 8th
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  • World of Mathematics

    The presentation will give information regarding triangle, quadrilateral, pentagon, hexagon, heptagon, octagon. By: Vikrant Mishra! Created By School Address Email Class Anisha, Sahila Govt.Model V.H.S.S. Manacaud, Kerala 10th
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  • Trigonometry

    TRIGONOMETRY is that branch of mathematics concerned with solving triangles using trigonometric ratios which were seen as properties of triangles rather than of angles . By: ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Kalpalatha G.High School Santhipuram, Andhra Pradesh
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  • Triangle

    The three points A,B and C being not in a straight line then AB U BC U CA => ABC By: ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Unknown Govt. Boys’ High School Bhuwaneswar, Orissa 9th
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  • Triangle

    The aim of this project is to study triangles, to understand the usages of triangles, to understand the theorems about triangles, to study the angles of triangles, to study the sides of triangle. By: ashok ...
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  • Triangle

    If the length of the sides of a triangle are different, it is called scalene triangle. By: ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Aswathy.P, Aswathy.S, Indubhala.B.A, Saraswathy .U. and Guided By: G.Kumari Sreedevi G.G.High School Chalai, Kerala
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  • Use Of Computer

    In this project there are more details about more population in India, Effects of population, Dowry Unemployment, Child Labour and Ill-treatment of women in India. By: Ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Athira.S.Lal, Reshma.R.R, Varsha.U.R G.H.High School Cotton Hill, Kerala
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  • Use of Computer

    Computer is an electronic device. It is Capable of manufacturing numbers & speeding up the calculations. By: ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Vrindu.J.P., Saranya .V.S., Vidya Krishna .R Govt Girls High School Cotton Hill, Kerala 9th
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  • Use Of Computer

    Computer technology has enabled us to achieve what we thought would be impossible. Each and every day in our present life opens with a new addition to the never-ending applications of computer. By: ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Aswathy.L.Mohan, ...
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  • Use Of Computer

    Objective of this presentation is to know the uses of Computer in our daily life & to know more about computer. By: ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Nikhil Krishanan.P, Lijo.S.Raj, Raj Kamal, Vinod. B S.M.V.H.S.School Kerala 10th
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  • Use Of Computer

    There are two signals that are very helpful in speeding up the accurate mathematical calculations . These are Digital & Analog. By: ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Abhilash.B, Mukesh.R, Rajeev.A.S. Govt. B.H.S.School Karmana, Trivandrum, Kerala
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  • Wild life Crime

    Wild life is everywhere, it is only a steps out of man-made confinement. So also is crime against wildlife, which is all pervasive in its sweep. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Govt. Boys’ High School Bhuwaneswar, Orissa 9th
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  • Wild Animals

    Nearly, more than 89 thousand of different types of wild animals, 12 hundred types of birds, 25 hundred types of fishes are there in the country. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Unknown Lambodar High School Kundukela, Orissa 9th
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  • WaterCycle

    Water cycle is the process of evaporation of water, condensation of clouds & finally water comes back to the earth through rain. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Asha Rani Das Govt. High School Semiliguda, Orissa
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  • Water Relations

    Water Movement in Aquatic Environment can be defined with respect to organisms such as isomotic, hypoosmotic. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Govt. Boys’ High School Bhuwaneswar, Orissa 9th
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  • Water harvesting

    Water harvesting can be undertaken through a variety of ways like capturing runoff from rooftops, local catchments etc. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Aneesh kumar, Amith Anand, Chandrakanth, Abhishek S.M.V.S.School Kerala 8th & 9th
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  • William Wordsworth

    Born in Cockermouth, England was the pioneer and central figure of the English poetry in the Romantic Era, his effort was a brief flowering of creative spirit midway between the collapse of 18th century authoritarianism ...
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  • William Wordsworth

    William Wordsworth was born on 7 April 1770 in Cockermouth2, Cumberland and the second of five children. His father, John, a lawyer, was very educated and liberal for the time, and encouraged all his children ...
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  • William H. Gates

    William H. Gates Born on Oct. 28, 1955, Gates grew up in Seattle with his two sisters. Their father, William H. Gates II, is a Seattle attorney. By: Ranjit kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Sumathi.B, Stella Sagaya Mary.L, Rani.S, Vijayalakshmi.S, ...
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  • Mahatma Gandhi

    He led the freedom movement of our country. Gandhiji preaches the policy of non-violence, satyagarh, truth to attain freedom. By: Ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Manoj, Mantu, Sontosh Govt.Boys’ High School Bhuwaneswar, Orissa 8th
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  • Swami Vivekanandha

    Vivekananda parents called him Narendra. His father was Vishwantha Datta and his mother Bhuvaneshwari Devi. Narendra was born on 12th January 1863 in Calcutta. As a child he was very lively and naughty. By: Ashok kumar! Created ...
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  • Working Of Rocket

    Rocket works on Third law Of Motion, which states that for every action there is equal & opposite reaction. By: Dev! Created By School Address Email Class Aswathy.S.R, Chinju.G, Chinju.M.S, Jini.R, Sreedevi.B, Sreejadevi.J, Vinitha.A Govt High School Vanchiyoor, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala 9th
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  • Working of Rocket

    The presentation shows pictures of rockets, describe a brief history & explains the working of rocket. By: Dev! Created By School Address Email Class Abdul Wadood, Anurag.S, Devanarayanan, Mohd Safeer S.M.V.H.S.S Kerala 10th
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  • Ultrasound

    The greatest risks arising from the use of ultrasound are the possible over- and under- diagnosis brought about by inadequately trained staff, often working in relative isolation and using poor equipment By: Ranjit Kumar! Created By School Address Email Class R. Mageswari T.V. ...
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  • The Electric System

    When the automotive industry was in its infancy, it used electricity only to ignite the fuel inside the engine. By the late 1920’s, the electric starter replaced the hand crank, electric headlights made acetylene lamps ...
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  • Satellite

    History changed on October 4, 1957, when the Soviet Union successfully launched Sputnik I. The world’s first artificial satellite was about the size of a basketball, weighed only 183 pounds… By: Ashok Kumar! Created By School Address Email Class V.MURALI Thiruvika Hr.Sec. Shenoy Nagar ...
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    Verb

    A Verb is a word which says some th... Read more

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    Tense

    Learn how verbs changes with presen... Read more

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    Tense

    Tense is a form of verb that indica... Read more

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    Singular & Plural

    The noun stands for only one thing ... Read more

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