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    Rate of Chemical equilibrium

    A chemical change is called a chemi... Read more

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    Phosporous

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

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    Phosporous

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    Phosporous

    Phosphorus (P) is an essential elem... Read more

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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

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  • Rocket

    Let’s learn the logic of how a rocket engine works. In fact the logic behind is very simple. By: Ashok Kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Syam kumar.S., Saran.J.G., Anu.A. Govt. B.H.S.S. Karmana, Trivandrum, Kerela
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  • Rocket

    Robert Hutchings Goddard Robert Goddard was an aerospace pioneer who designed the liquid-propellant rocket and made one of the first serious proposals for flight to the moon. By: Ashok Kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Sowmya C. R. G. High School Karnataka 9th
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  • Refraction of Light

    Refraction is the bending of a wave when it enters a medium where it’s speed is different. The refraction of light when it passes from a fast medium to a slow medium bends the light ...
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  • Refraction of Light

    The first law of refraction states that incident ray, the normal drawn on the surface of refraction & refracted ray lie in one plane. By: Vikrant Mishra! Created By School Address Email Class Unknown Khudra, Orissa 8th
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  • Refraction & Sight

    The direction of our sight in a specific direction is sometimes referred to as the line of sight. By: Ashok Kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Unknown Khudra, Orissa
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  • The Cats Family

    In Cats family wild animals like Lion, Tiger, Cheetah and Leopard are included. There are about 40 types of cats.They are the best hunters among flesh eating animals and they are well trained for hunting ...
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  • Structure of higher Plants

    The presentation compliments the content. The graphics are relevant and add to the information and overall appeal. By: Vikrant Mishra Created By School Address Email Class Unknown Govt. Boy’s High School Bhuwaneswar, Orissa 9th
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  • Structure of a flower

    It has a detailed study on structure of a flower. It consists of details on calyx, corolla, androecium, gynoecium, pollination, frtilization. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class M.Maheshwari, Savitha. T.L., Rashmi.K.B. Bapu Composite College Karnataka
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  • Respiratory System

    The human respiratory system consists of the nasal passage, the pharynx, the trachea, the bronchi, bronchioles and the lungs. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Asha.K.M., Anjana.J, Anakha.K.S. G.H.School Cotton, Hill, Kerala 9th
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  • Plant Kingdom

    The main objective of the presentation is to describe the current classification of land plants & to draw an outline of the life cycle of moss and ferns. By: Vikrant Mishra Created By School Address Email Class Unknown Govt. Boy’s High School Bhuwaneswar, Orissa
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  • Iron

    Iron is a very useful thing. We use Iron in many work. In Iron we made many types 0f things. Iron is also in our body cells. Iron is the most hardest thing in ...
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  • Ionic

    Atoms are made up of extremely small particles called Neutrons, Protons and Electrons. By: Vikrant Mishra Created By School Address Email Class Unknown Orissa 9th
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  • Hydrogen

    Hydrogen was discovered in 1766 by Cavendish he also proved that it is an element. Lavoisier named it as hydrogen. The world hydrogen means “ water generating gas”.’ By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Jancy Janevoa T.V. NAGAR HIGH SCHOOL Chennai, ...
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  • Hydro Carbons

    Hydrocarbons, in organic chemistry, family of organic compounds, composed entirely of carbon and hydrogen. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Mrs. A.MARY St. Joseph’s Hr. Sec. School Chennai,Tamil Nadu. SJMary2001@yahoo.co.in 9th & 10th
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  • Hydro Carbon

    Objective of the project is to distinguish between saturated and unsaturated hydrocarbon. Let’s go for it. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Miss Anukampa Kanungo Puri, Orissa
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  • Kinds Of Adverb

    An Adverb is a word which adds to the meaning of a verb, and tells us how a thing is done, when it is done or where it is done. By: Vikrant Mishra Created By School Address Email Class Unknown Unknown Jagatsinpur, Orissa
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  • Adjective

    It is about learning- New words, link between nouns and adjectives, superlative and comparative degrees of words, Computer application (MS Words) By: Vikrant Mishra Created By School Address Email Class Unknown Unknown Jagatsinpur, Orissa
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  • Adjective

    Objective of the project is to understand the “Adjective”, their position in a sentence and their use in sentence. By: Vikrant Mishra Created By School Address Email Class Sidhi Prasad Sahoo P.M. High School Kaniha, Orissa
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  • Soil

    The mixture of rock particles and humus is called the soil. Soil is one of the most important natural resources . By: Vikrant Mishra! Created By School Address Email Class Prabhasini Panda G.High School Koraput, Orissa
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  • Soil

    Soil is one of the most important natural media which supports growth of plants. By: Vikrant Mishra! Created By School Address Email Class Unknown Ichhapur High School Kendrapara, Orissa
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  • Soil

    Soil has covered the surface of the earth like a blanket. As a result of this, it connects the rocks inside and lives on the earth systematically. By: Ashok Kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Unknown Baladev High School Bhageswarpur, Kendrapara, Orissa 8th
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  • Rockets & Satellite

    The space satellites are designed for scientific research and give us many important informations about the atmosphere surrounding the earth. By: Ashok Kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Ravi N.P., Thriveni, Asha, Shruthi, Kanikka, Shalini, Puttalakshmi Govt P.U. College Yelwala, Mysore
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  • Rice cultivation

    Rice is the staple food of many of the Indians. Rice is obtained from Paddy. There are 75 percent of people used its grain as food. By: Vikrant Mishra! Created By School Address Email Class Sachidananda Biswal, Khirod Naik, Subhendu Pattanayak Bhagabati Bidyapitha Sarankana, ...
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  • Triangle

    Triangle is a simple closed figure consisting of three line segments. By: ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class N.S.V.Prasad Jam -e- Osmania School Hyderabad Andhra Pradesh 9th
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  • Set Theory

    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 K.Ravindra Reddy, P.Adiseshaiah Z.P.High School Dandi Kuppam, Andhra Pradesh
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  • Right Triangle

    In a right triangle one angle should always be 90 degree. By: ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Vishnu kumar .S, Vivek, Siva Prasad and Guided By: Vimal kumar Govt Boys H.S.S Karmana, Thiruvanthapuram, Kerala 10th
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  • Quadrilaterals

    A quadrilateral is four sided figure. There are so many quadrilaterals such as RHOMBUS, TRAPEZIUM, PARALLELOGRAM. By: ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Vishnu Priya, Sajna.Kareer.B, Dhanya.C.R. Govt.Model V.H.S.S. Manacaud, Kerala 9th
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  • Quadrilateral

    Four sided closed figures are known as ‘QUADRILATERALS’. There are different types of quadrilaterals. They are differ by their properties like measure of angles, measurements of sides, shapes etc . By: ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Asha.P.Sagar, Anusree.A.R, Juvairiya ...
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  • Use Of Computer

    All modern weapons of defence are computer controlled. They are used to control missiles and bombers. By: ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Akhila. A.S, Shahina. S.R Govt.Model Higher Secondary School for Girls Pattom, Kerala 10th
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  • Use Of Computer

    Now a days computers are used for money transaction and traffic controlling. Computer robots are used instead of labors in big industries. By: ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Akhila. A. S.,Shahina.S.R. Govt.Model Higher Secondary School for Girls. Pattom, Kerela 10th
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  • Use of Computer

    For over a decade, computer networking has played a large part in our daily life. The ATM or Automatic Teller Machine is a familiar example. By: ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Arun Kumar.R, Abhilash.S., Praven.R. Govt. High School Jagathy Thycadu, Trivandrum-14, ...
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  • Use of Computer

    Railway ticket reservation is now done through computers. You can reserve seats for any railway journey anywhere in India from any railway station. By: ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Karthika.S.R., Leena.V.G., Reshma.R.S G.H.High School Cotton Hill, Kerala 9th-10th
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  • Use of Computer

    we can see that computer in daily life is becoming wide spread in every field. More facilities ,less time and effort, credibility and accuracy is possible through I.T. By: ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Sharanya.J.R, Sapna.J.R, Shilpa.A.R, Minu.B G.H.High School Cotton ...
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  • Water harvesting

    The aim of the project is to study about water harvesting, to promote the conservation of water, to spread awareness & interest in public. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Preethy.P, Meera Kumar, Steffi Sam Govt. G.H.S.S. Cotton Hill, TVPM, ...
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  • Water Governance

    Our aim is to analyze the problems of water quality, mis-management in conservation of water, to suggest remedial measures and to aware village community regarding the same. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Mysore
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  • Turtules in Trouble

    In Hindu mythology, the turtle is revered as the “Kachhapa Avatar”, an incantation of Lord Vishnu, the Preserver of Life. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Bibhuprasad Mishra Govt. Boys’ High School Bhuwaneswar, Orissa 9th
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  • Super Cyclone In Orissa

    Orissa is a land of villages and it is a land where natural calamities like cyclone, earthquake, flood and famine take place. By: Dev! Created By School Address Email Class Sonali Mohapatra & Geetanjali Singhari Bhabani Sankar Dasmohapatra Gadadhar High School Lokanath Road, ...
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  • Snakes

    Some interesting facts on snakes is just a click away. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Debabrata Mishra, Manoranjan Singh, Khirod Raj Govt. Boys’ High School Bhuwaneswar, Orissa 7th
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  • Swami Vivekanada

    Swami Vivekanada was born in Calcutta on Monday, 12 January 1863.He has a strong spirit of independence. Narendranath demanded convincing ...
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  • Sir Alexander Fleming

    Alexander Fleming was born in 1881 at Lochfield, a farm outside Darvel, a small town in Ayrshire, Scotland. He was the third child, with seven other brothers and sisters. By: Ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class S.SUDHAKAR Thiruvika Hr.Sec.School Shenoy Nagar Chennai-30 ...
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  • Paul P Harris

    Paul P. Harris born in Racine, Wisconsin, U.S.A. on 19 April 1868, Paul was the second of six children to George N. Harris and Cornelia Bryan Harris. By: Ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class P. Jaya T.V. Nagar Educational Society School Ambattur, ...
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  • Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela

    Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela was born in Transkei, South Africa on July 25*, 1918. His father was Chief Henry Mandela of the Tempo Tribe. Mandela himself was educated at University College of Fort Hare. By: Ranjit ...
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  • Napoleon Hill

    Napoleon Hill was born into poverty in 1883 in a one-room cabin on the Pound River in Wise County.He began his writing career at age 13 as a “mountain reporter” for small town newspapers. By: Ranjit ...
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  • Rocket

    A rocket is a vehicle, missile or aircraft which obtains thrust by the reaction to the ejection of fast moving exhaust gas from within a rocket engine. By: Dev! Created By School Address Email Class Ardhra P.B. & Ramya D. Govt.Model Higher Secondary ...
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  • Robot

    Robot, self-governing, programmable electromechanical device used in industry and in scientific research to perform a task or a limited repertoire of tasks. Robots are a subcategory of automated devices By: Ashok Kumar! Created By School Address Email Class K. Thilaka T.V. Nagar High ...
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  • Principles & Working of Aeropl…

    An aeroplane can lift itself because the wing, angled slightly downwards towards the back, pushes air downwards as the wing is propelled forwards by the engine. By: Dev! Created By School Address Email Class Aravind M.P., RateeshS.R., Shaiju C.S. Govt. High School Jagathy Thycadu, ...
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  • Parts of Aeroplane

    The objectives of this presentation is to know the parts of the aeroplane, to know about air crafts. By: Dev! Created By School Address Email Class Lubna, Meera.K.S, Neethi Mohan, Sree Remya Govt.Model V.H.S.S. Manacaud, Kerala 10th
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  • Nuclear Weapon

    Nuclear weaponry has advanced considerably since 1945, as can be seen at an unclassified level by comparing the size and weight of “Fat Man” with the far smaller, lighter, and more powerful weapons carried by ...
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    Verb

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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

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