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    What is an eye

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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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  • Refraction

    Refraction happens because the light slows down in the material. By: Ashok Kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Unknown Khudra, Orissa
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  • Reflection of Light

    Coordinator initiated the interactive mode of this topic by teachers & students to understand the concept of reflection (normal flight of light). By: Ashok Kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Unknown Khudra, Orissa 8th & 9th
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  • Pro-Eye

    This project gives you a details study about the defects of the eye due to light. It gives information about the different types of defects of the eye. It also gives the different types of ...
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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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  • Plant Cells & Tissuses

    Plant Cells have a few unique organelles.It consists of Vacuoles, Plastids (e.g., chloroplasts), Cell wall. By: Vikrant Mishra Created By School Address Email Class Govt. Boy’s High School Bhuwaneswar, Orissa
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  • Photosynthesis

    The leaf is the main site of Photosynthesis. Its broad thinlamina (blade) is an adaptation for this process. By: Vikrant Mishra Created By School Address Email Class Unknown Govt. Boys’ High School Bhuwaneswar, Orissa
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  • Photosynthesis

    Photosynthesis is the process by which plants make their food using sunlight, water and carbon dioxide. It takes place inside special structures in leaf cells called chloroplasts. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Sivasaran.R, Subhash.V.R, Mohan.S.,Suresh kumar.K. and Guided ...
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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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  • Hydro Carbon

    Objective of this project is to distinguish between saturated and unsaturated hydrocarbon. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Miss Anukampa Kanungo Orissa 10th & 12th
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  • Halogens

    The halogens are five non-metallic elements found in group 7 of the periodic table. The term “halogen” means “salt-former” and compounds containing halogens are called “salts”. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Mrs.K.Backyalakshmi The Madras Seva Sadan Hr. Sec. School Chetput, ...
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  • Food Adulterants

    Food adulteration is defined as ‘the intentional addition of non-permitted foreign matter’. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Bakya The Madras Seva Sadan Hr. Sec. School Chetput, Chennai, Tamil Nadu backiallakshmi_2002@yahoo.co.in 9th
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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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    • Power Resources

      The energy sources themselves fall into various categories. There are the “traditional” fuels such as fuel wood, crop wastes, and animal dung. Since human beings first discovered the benefits of lighting fires for heating, cooking, ...
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    • Indian Food Crops

      Indian is an agricultural country. Most of her people are farmers. They produce generally three classes of crops, such as food-crops, commercial crops and oil-seeds. By: Vikrant Mishra! Created By School Address Email Class Puja Rani Sahoo Bhabani Sankar Dasmohapatra Gadadhar High School Loknath ...
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    • Equatorial Region

      This project gives you the details about Equatorial Region. Equatorial region is one of the evergreen region. It is located between 5 north to 5 south. Rainfall is through out the year so there ...
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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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    • Quadrilateral

      A quadrilateral is a four sided polygon. It has four sides, four angles and two diagonals. To construct a quadrilateral at least five measures are needed. By: ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Ancy.M.S, Mini.R, Priyanka.L.R., Revathy.M.K. Govt ...
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    • Quadrilateral

      Quadrilateral is a closed figure with four angles. By: Vikrant Mishra! Created By School Address Email Class Anuja.V.S & Reshmi .S Govt.Model Higher Secondary School for Girls Pattom, Trivandrum, Kerala
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    • Quadrilateral

      The two line segments AC and BD joining opposite vertices are called diagonals of the quadrilateral. By: Vikrant Mishra! Created By School Address Email Class Aruna devi .S, Soumya. M. S, Lekshmi. S Govt. High School Jagathy Thycadu, Trivandrum-14, Kerela 10th
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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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    • Use of computer

      Technologies help us to carry out any activity more efficiently by saving money,time and human effort. Information Technologies includes all the technologies used for communication. By: ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Pooja, Mamtha G.H.High School Cotton Hill, Kerala 9th
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    • Use Of Computer

      Aim of this presentation is to understand the influence of computer in our daily life, how it is useful to govt.services, in the educational field, banking & influence of computer in industrial field. By: ashok kumar! Created ...
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    • Use of Computer

      Computer is the best companion of our daily life. By: ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Aswathy.B. P, Anjana Gopan, Gopika, Gayathri .G .S G.H.S.School Cotton Hill, Kerala
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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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    • Rose

      The project promotes liking for cultivation of roses in students. Roses are beautiful gift of nature to us. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Vivekananda Vidyapith Bahugram, Orissa
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    • Rose

      Rose is known as the flower of love, peace and brotherhood. They are of many colours. It smells fantastic. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Laxman Behera Vivekananda Vidyapith Bahugram, Orissa
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    • Rivers

      This presentation gives information on rivers across the world with its name & lenght in kilometers. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Govt. Boys’ High School Bhuwaneswar, Orissa
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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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    • Mahakavi Subramaniya Bharathi

      Mahakavi Subramaniya Bharathi was born on 11 December 1882. He died on 11 September 1921. In a relatively short life span of 39 years, Bharathi left an indelible mark as the poet of Tamil nationalism ...
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    • Leonardo da Vinci

      Leonardo da Vinci, an artist of great acclaim and a farsighted scientist of the Renaissance, mesmerized people across the world with his vision and depth of thought in art. By: Ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class D.DINESH Thiruvika Hr.Sec.School Shenoy Nagar Chennai-30 aravind_de_scorpiano@yahoo.co.in 9th
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    • Karl Marx

      The philosopher, social scientist, historian and revolutionary, Karl Marx, is without a doubt the most influential socialism Athinker to emerge in the 19th century. By: Ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class L. Raja The Madras Seva Sadan Hr.Sec.School Cheput, Chennai-31. Prabhakarann2k1@yahoo.co.in 9th
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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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    • Modern Car

      In spite of the vital role that the gas-driven internal combustion engine played in the evolution of cars, it had one great drawback – the engine had to be connected to a gas supply for ...
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    • Laser

      The name LASER is an acronym for Light Amplification by the Stimulated Emission of Radiation. In 1917, Albert Einstein first theorized about the process which makes lasers possible called “Stimulated Emission By: Dev! Created By School Address Email Class S. Prakash T.V. Nagar ...
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    • Jet Engine

      A jet engine operates on the application of Sir Isaac Newton’s third law of physics: for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. This law is demonstrated in simple terms by releasing an ...
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