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    Rate of Chemical equilibrium

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    Phosporous

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    Phosporous

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    World Of Bird

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    Wild Life

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

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    What is an eye

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    Vitamins

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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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  • Petrol Engine

    CHARGING STROKE Piston moves outwards and suck gas In trough valve A By: Ashok Kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Bibhu, Raju, Preetish, Abhinash Govt. Boys’ High School Bhuwaneswar, Orissa
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  • Petrol Engine

    Petrol Engine was introduced by the German engineers Gottlieb Daimler and Karl Benz in 1885. It is considered as one of biggest achievement in the automotive field. By: Ashok Kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Anju.V.S, Adthya.P.R, Anagha V., Sankar Govt. ...
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  • Petrol Engine

    The working of an internal combustion engine is divided into four stages called four strokes of the engine and hence the engine is called a four stroke engine. By: Ashok Kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Arun Ganesh. G, Anoop.S, Vinesh Govt ...
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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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  • Photosynthesis

    Photosynthesis is the process of converting light energy to chemical energy and storing it in the bonds of sugar. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Gopika Sasi.J, Resmi.S.Nair, Saji.V, Saranya.S and Guided By: G.Kumari Sreedevi Govt High school Chalai, Kerala
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  • Pet Animals

    The animals that we keep in our home are known as Pet animals.Generally they do not cause harm.For example: Rabbit By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Student M.L.A. High School Karnataka
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  • Nutrition & Respiration

    The basic life processes common to all the living organisms are Nutrition and Respiration. By: Vikrant Mishra Created By School Address Email Class Kartik Chandra Behera Govt. Boys’ High School Bhuwaneswar, Orissa
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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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  • Extraction of iron ore

    Iron does not occur in the native state as it is oxidized easily. Iron in elemental state occurs in meteorites. Iron is an important constituent of hemoglobin of blood. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Murthy, Venkateshwarulu Jam-e-Osmania School Hyderabad, Andhra ...
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  • Extraction of Iron

    The accurate prediction of an ore’s downstream processing performance is critical to resource evaluation and development decisions. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Govt. Boys’ High School Bhuwaneswar, Orissa 9th
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  • Extraction of Iron

    The aim of the project is to know how iron is extracted from its ore. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Jereena.J.A, Sreekutty .K.B., Neethu.M.V. Govt. G.H.S.S. Cotton Hill, TVPM, Kerala 10th
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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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    • Environment

      This project gives you the details about Environment.Today we are leading our life amidst concrete forest{buildings}, carbon dioxide expelling industries and vehicles, polluted river, and shortage of nutrient food and pure air. Without protecting the ...
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    • Earthquakes

      The science which studies earthquakes in detail is known as seismology. By: Ashok Kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Bapu Composite College Karnataka
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    • Earth-Quake

      EARTH QUAKE is a sudden and violent movement or fracture within the earth’s crust followed by a series of shocks is called an earthquake. It causes lots of damage. By: Vikrant Mishra! Created By School Address Email Class Susmitha, Shilpa, Nagamani.J., ...
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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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    • Pythagorean Theorem

      He was a Greek philosopher responsible for important developments in mathematics, astronomy and the theory of music. By: ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class S.Jaya Prada C. R. G. High School 10th
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    • Properties & Construction of Quadrilateral

      The interior & exterior angles are equal (90 degree). By: ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Henrita Bruce, Jisha.U, Vijitha .N.V G.H.H.School Cotton Hill, Kerala
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    • Properties & Construction of Quadrilateral

      This presentation will help students in learning the steps of constructing a quadrilateral. By: ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Gauri.P.M., Arya Chandran. S, Asha Priya V.J. G.High School Cotton Hill, Kerala
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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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    • Use Of Computer

      The computer has helped to improve existing communication channels. By: ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Aparana.JS, Paravthy.S.P, Nivetha Lekhshmi VJ, Soorya Suresh G.H.High School Cotton Hill, Kerala 9th
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    • Use Of Computer

      How we can use computer in different fields & how computer is useful in studying different purposes. By: ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Leelu S Kumar, Divya.S.S.,Sreedevi.S.L., Saniah.N. G.H.High School Cotton Hill, Kerala 10th
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    • Process Of Documentation

      Objective of the project is that students can get an idea about Computer & its history. By: ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Govt. Girls’ High School Bonaigarh, Orissa 8th
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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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    • River

      River is the marker and sustainer of the fertile plains. It is one of the natural means to carry water to us. It is well-known though it is wonderful. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Niladhari Pradhan Bhabani Sankar Dasmohapatra ...
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    • Report on Wild Animals

      The purpose of the project is to accustom with the wild animals. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Unknown Lambodar High School Kundukela, Orissa
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    • Rain

      Water is an invaluable and most important natural resource. The main sources of water are tanks, ponds, open wells, bore wells, streams, rivers etc. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Harini.H.M., Yashaswami.Y. Govt Girls P.U. College Mysore
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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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    • Kalidas

      A poet who has made a distinct and glorious contribution to this sumptuous Sanskrit literature is Kalidasa. By: Ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class M. Vivek The Madras Seva Sadan Hr.Sec.School Cheput, Chennai-31. Prabhakarann2k1@yahoo.co.in 9th
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    • John Keats

      The English poet John Keats (1795-1821) stressed that man’s quest for happiness and fulfillment is thwarted by the sorrow and corruption inherent in human nature. His works are marked by rich imagery and melodic beauty. By: ...
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    • Jawaharlal Nehru

      Jawaharlal Nehru was born in Allahabad on November 14,1889. He was the son of Swaroop Rani and Motilal Nehru. He was an earlier congress man and once a president of INDIAN NATIONAL CONGRESS By: Ranjit kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Sowmya.K.H., ...
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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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    • Effects of Vehicle

      The specific effects of speed limit changes on driver behavior include changes in the speed distribution, driver compliance, and close following. Speed limit changes at the experimental sites ranged from a reduction of 20 mi/h ...
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    • Effects Aircraft

      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 B. Shakul Hameed The Madras Progressive union Higher Secondary ...
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    • Cloning

      In the year and a half since Scottish embryologist Ian Wilmut presented Dolly, the cloned sheep, to an astonished world, ethicists and policymakers have been struggling with the unsettling implications of his research. By: Ashok Kumar! Created ...
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