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    Rate of Chemical equilibrium

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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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  • Optical Instruments

    Students will work in groups to create multimedia presentation software with regard to Optical Instruments.There are many types of optical instruments By: Ashok Kumar! Created By School Address Email Class P.R.Parthiban, J.Krishna Moorthy, R.Raja Sekhar, D.Sathish Kumar, P. Rajesh M. P. ...
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  • Motor Engine

    Machine for converting energy into motion or mechanical work. The energy is usually supplied in the form of a chemical fuel, such as oil or petrol (gasoline), steam, or electricity. By: Ashok Kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Jam -e- Osmania ...
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  • Motion

    When the position of a body continuously changes with respect to time and its surroundings, the body is said to be in motion. By: Ashok Kumar! Created By School Address Email Class kartik Chandra Behera Govt. Boys’ High School Bhuwaneswar, Orissa 9th
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  • Mechanics

    If the forces acting on the body in the displaced position tend to restore it to its original position, the equilibrium is said to be stable. Example: pendulum of a clock, a right ...
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  • Magnetism

    The metal which attracts certain other metals and shows the direction like magnetite is called as Magnet. This quality of a metal is known as magnetism. By: Ashok Kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Damayanti Behera Orissa 7th
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  • Nucleic Acids – The secret of heredity

    It briefly summarises the basics of DNA & RNA . It also enlighten the 3-D perspective of the bio-molecules DNA & RNA. It is explained in simple and lucid style. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class L.VINCENT St. Joseph’s Hr. ...
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  • Nervous System

    Students will learn about the parts present in the Nervous System. They will know how these systems help all the system of Human Body to co-operate and function normally. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class B.Sathish Kumar,G.Uma Shankar,B.Santhosh Krishna,S.Suresh ...
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  • Nature & Causes Of Diseases

    The presentation compliments the content. The graphics are relevant and add to the information and overall appeal. It describes the importance of health which is the most valuable thing of the world. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class M. ...
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  • Monocot Root

    The basic idea of the project is to help the student gaining knowledge of the subject but also to help him to do research on the topic, gather information and present it in different ways ...
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  • Mollusca

    Mollusca is the second largest phylum in the animal kingdom.In Latin Mollis means soft. The animals of this phylum have a soft body. Hence they are called molluscans. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class K.S. ...
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  • Extraction of Iron

    Iron is a chemical element with the symbol Fe (L.: Ferrum) and atomic number 26. Iron is a group 8 and period 4 metal. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class G. High School Karmana, Thiruvanthapuram, Kerela
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  • Extraction of Iron

    The ore of Iron is Hematite because it is found abundantly on the earth crust, more over the percentage of iron is greater in Hematite than any other minerals. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Sanu Krishna A.V, Sandhya ...
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  • Extraction of Iron

    Iron does not occur in the native state as it is oxidized easily. Iron in elemental state occurs in meteorites. Iron is an important of hamoglobin of blood. Iron is also present plant and animal ...
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  • Expansion of liquids

    Matter in the liquid state has a definite state but no definite shape. Liquids take up the shape of the vessel in which they are put. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Mitanjali Panda, Banishree Panda Govt Girl’s High School Aska, ...
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  • Electrolysis of Water

    The concept of learning here is to know that water is made up of Hydrogen and Oxygen. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Unknown Jhunjhunwala Bidyapitha Barang, Cuttack, Orissa 7th
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    • Earth Quake

      The surface of the earth shaking suddenly is called earthquake. By: ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Ramchandra Unknown Dandikuppam, Andhra Pradesh 9th-10th Click here to download the PPT
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    • Documentation of Automatic Irrigation

      This project is meant for Irrigation of field in the absence of farmer. By: Vikrant Mishra! Created By School Address Email Class Mr. Subhendu Mallick, Mr. Hemendra Nath Mishra, Mrs. Mamata Madhubhasini Sahoo, Miss Suprava Sahoo R.D.D. High School Bonaigarh, Orissa
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    • Coal

      In modern times, coal is a very well-known thing. There are two kinds of coal, such as charcoal and mineral coal. By: Vikrant Mishra! Created By School Address Email Class Niladari Pradhan Bhabani Sankar Dasmohapatra Gadadhar High School Loknath Road, Puri, Orissa 10th
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    • Beetle Cultivation

      Beetle is a creeper. It needs a lot of water. So the farmer always digs a pond near the Pana Baraja. By: Vikrant Mishra! Created By School Address Email Class S.K.Samim Nilai High School Nilai, Orissa 8th
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    • Automatic Irrigation

      This project is meant for conservation of water as well as soil in the absence of human beings. By: Vikrant Mishra! Created By School Address Email Class Unknown R.D.D. High School Bonaigarh, Orissa 9th
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    • Pi

      Project type is based on experiment and observation. By: Dev! Created By School Address Email Class Unknown Govt. High School Koraput, Orissa
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    • Linear Equations in Two Variable

      A pair of linear equations in two variables is said to form a system of simultaneous linear equations. By: Vikrant Mishra! Created By School Address Email Class Kartik Chandra Behera Govt. Boys’ High School Bhuwaneswar, Orissa
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    • Isosceles triangle

      The sum of the internal angles of a triangle is 180 degrees. For forming a triangle, the sum of the two smaller sides has to be more than the longer side. By: ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Abhirami A ...
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    • Geometrical Figures

      A six sided figure is called HEXAGON. The sum of the angles of a Hexagon = 7200. The sum of the exterior angles of a Hexagon =3600 By: ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Fatima Shamana, Sajna Govt.Model V.H.S.S. Manacaud, Kerala 10th
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    • Geometrical Figures

      Here we are presenting some geometrical figures with different dimensions & properties. By: ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Ausia.R, Veena.G, Arya.G.R Govt.Model V.H.S.S. Manacaud, Kerala 10th
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    • IT Questions

      The project ask questions like: 1) Which is the first electronic computer? By: ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Sundargarh, Orissa
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    • Internet

      Internet is an inter-connection between several computers of different type belonging to various networks all over the globe. It is a network of networks. By: ranjit kumar! Created By School Address Email Class R.Pandiyan Vallal Sabapathy Matric.Hr.S.School Tamil Nadu
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    • History of Computer Science

      The start of the modern science that we call “Computer Science” can be traced back to a long ago age where man still dwelled in caves or in the forest, and lived in groups for ...
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    • Digital Equilizer

      The main goals of Digital Equilizer program is to implement CAL (Computer Aided Learning) in Govt. Schools. To make learning more interesting & perfect through computers. To implement project based learning. By: ashok kumar! Created By School Address Email Class Sanghamitra Kar, ...
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    • Computer In Daily Life

      Computers are used in Publishing Industry.Famous writers are using there own Desktops to ‘write’ as well as edit their works. By: Dev! Created By School Address Email Class Saranya.L.S., Reshm.R., Anila.A., Saratha.S., Roopesh.R Govt HS Vanchiyoor Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala 8th Click here to download the PPT
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    • Plant a Tree

      The presentation explains the importance of trees and it is manifested in the form of question and answer. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Debi Govt. Boy’s High School Bhuwaneswar, Orissa
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    • Natural Disasters

      The wind devastation was unbelievable as thousands of trees bent and criss-crossed into a surreal landscape, their lush foliage stripped completely away. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Karthik. B, Sreekesh. K, Vimal Raj. S Govt Boys H.S.S Karmana, Thiruvanthapuram, ...
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    • Giraffes

      Giraffes have long necks so that they can reach the top of trees and feed on the leaves which grow there. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Unknown Govt. High School Kolabnagar, Orissa Click here to download the PPT
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    • Forests of India

      Flora and fauna are one of the renewable resources of our country. In ancient times the country was famous for its dense forests like Dandakaranya etc. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Unknown Bhabani Sankar Dasmohapatra Gadadhar High School Lokanath ...
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    • Forests

      Forests are natural sources to human civilization. Nature consists of rivers, mountains, hills, lakes, forests etc. Forests stand on the back of mountains. By: Ashok Kumar Created By School Address Email Class Puja Rani Sahoo Bhabani Sankar Dasmohapatra Gadadhar High School Lokanath Road, Puri, ...
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    • Emily Elizabeth Dickinson

      Emily Elizabeth Dickinson was born 10 December 1830 in Amherst, Massachusetts, USA. She attended Amherst Academy and Mount Holyoke Seminary and lived a private life: only ten of her poems were published in her lifetime. By: ...
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    • Columbus

      The eldest of four brothers Columbus was born to a family of modest origins who lived alternately in Genova and the nearby city of Savona,in 1451. He was a contemporary of Michelangelo and Botticelli.Columbus was ...
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    • Charlie Chaplin

      Charlie Chaplin is a world famous humorous actor. He made spectators not only to laugh endlessly but also think. The man who first defined motion picture comedy. He was born in London, ...
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    • Charles Darwin

      CHARLES DARWIN, , February12, 1809 Shrewsbury, England, England, Father: Robert Warring Darwin, a physician, son of Erasmus Darwin, physician and author. Mother: Susannah Wedgwood, daughter of Josiah Wedgwood. By: ranjit kumar! Created By School Address Email Class D.Saravanan St Josephs School edwardbosco@yahoo.com 9th
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    • C.V Raman

      Raman was born on November 7, 1888 at Trichinopoly (or Trichy ), a town on the banks of river Cauvery in Tamilnadu, South India.Raman matriculated at the age of 11, passing F. A. (or intermediate) ...
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    • Car

      The basic components of an internal-combustion engine are the engine block, cylinder head, cylinders, pistons, valves, crankshaft, and camshaft. By: Dev! Created By School Address Email Class Abhijith.S, Hari Krishnan. D, Pranoy.P, Sreejith Krishnan.R S.M.V.Govt. Model H.S.S Kerala 10th
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    • Car

      Motor Car, any self-propelled vehicle with more than two wheels and a passenger compartment, capable of being steered by the operator for use on roads. By: Dev! Created By School Address Email Class EbinRaj.S.S, karthik.M.A., Sujitha.A.R. Govt.Model B.H.S.S. Karmana, Trivandrum, Kerala
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    • Birth of Car

      The birth of the car as we know it today occurred over a period of years. It was only in 1885 that the first real car rolled down on to the streets. The earlier attempts, ...
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    • Biotechnology

      The use of technologies based on living systems (plants, animals, or microbes) to develop commercial processes and products or improve existing species. SCIENCE INSTRUMENTS is a leading supplier of training equipment in a number of ...
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    • Atomic Energy

      Nuclear Fission: In 1939 strassman and otto hahn found after a number of experiments that uranium when bombarded by neutrons was split up into lower atomic weight elements such as Barium and Krypton By: ranjit kumar! Created ...
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      Verb

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