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Do you find that all living beings need the same kind of food?CBSE-Class 6 Science NCERT000
Explain the process of making yarn from fibre. CBSE-Class 6 Science NCERT000
Answer the following: CBSE-Class 6 Science NCERT000
How do plants and animals help each other in exchange of gases in the atmosphere? CBSE-Class 6 Science NCERT000
List five activities that are possible due to the presence of air.CBSE-Class 6 Science NCERT000
Why does a lump of cotton wool shrink in water?CBSE-Class 6 Science NCERT000
How will you show that air is dissolved in water?CBSE-Class 6 Science NCERT000
How will you prove that air support burning?CBSE-Class 6 Science NCERT100
What is the composition of air? CBSE-Class 6 Science NCERT100
Differentiate between the summer and Winter Solstice.CBSE Class 6 Geography NCERT010
What is an equinox?CBSE Class 6 Geography NCERT011
Name all the planets according to their distance from the Sun.CBSE Class 6 Geography NCERT010
What is the Universe? CBSE Class 6 Geography NCERT101
Why is the Earth called a unique planet? CBSE Class 6 Geography NCERT101
Why do we see only one side of the Moon always?CBSE Class 6 Geography NCERT100
Fill in the blanks.CBSE Class 6 Geography NCERT101
Answer the following questions briefly.CBSE Class 6 Geography NCERT101
Fill in the blanks.CBSE Class 6 Geography NCERT101
Answer the following questions briefly.CBSE Class 6 Geography NCERT101
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What lays down the rights and the freedoms of the citizens and the power and the responsibilities of the Government? - CBSE class 8 civics 000
What is constitution? - CBSE class 8 civics 000
What does legislature do? - CBSE class 8 civics 000
How many branches of Government-legislature are there? - CBSE class 8 civics 000
What is Right to constitutional remedies? - CBSE class 8 civics 000
What is Cultural and educational rights - CBSE class 8 civics 000
Explain Right to freedom of religion - CBSE class 8 civics 000
What is Right against exploitation? - CBSE class 8 civics 001
What is Right to freedom? - CBSE class 8 civics 001
Explain Right to equality. - CBSE class 8 civics 001
How is Separation of Powers done in India? -CBSE class 8 civics 000
How is Parliamentary Form of Government? - CBSE class 8 civics 000
What is Federalism? - CBSE class 8 civics 001
what is Secularism? - CBSE class 8 civics 001
What are the Fundamental Rights of a person in India? - CBSE class 8 civics 001
what are the main Features of the Indian Constitution? - CBSE class 8 civics 001
Why Does a Country Need a Constitution? - CBSE class 8 civics 001
Write a short note on FIR. - CBSE class 8 civics 001
What are D. K. Basu Guidelines? - CBSE class 8 civics 001
– What does Right against Exploitation say about child labour? - CBSE class 8 civics 001
What do we mean by the term Public Facilities? - CBSE class 8 civics 001
What does Article 17 of the Constitution state? - CBSE class 8 civics 001
State the reasons as to why people can be marginalised in a society? - CBSE class 8 civics 001
What do we understand by the term ‘defence lawyer’? -CBSE class 8 civics 001
A person who buys goods for personal use is called a - CBSE class 8 civics 001
Which of the following is a water-related disease? - CBSE class 8 civics 001
Which Article of the Constitution states that untouchability has been abolished? - CBSE class 8 civics 001
What percentage of the Indian population consists of Adivasis? - CBSE class 8 civics 001
Which type of advocate pleads on behalf of the accused person? - CBSE class 8 civics 001
Explain the importance of the judiciary in a State. - CBSE class 8 civics 001
Elaborate on the movement for democracy in Nepal. - CBSE class 8 civics 001
Why is it important that government schools do not promote any one religion? - CBSE class 8 civics 001
State any five functions of the Parliament. - CBSE class 8 civics 001
Explain the concept of the ‘Rule of Law’. - CBSE class 8 civics 001
What do we mean by ‘Separation of powers’? - CBSE class 8 civics 001
What do we mean by the term Constitution? - CBSE class 8 civics 001
When was the Supreme Court of India established? - CBSE class 8 civics 001
The law cannot discriminate between persons based on their - CBSE class 8 civics 001
The Head of State in the Parliamentary System of government is called - CBSE class 8 civics 001
The Right to Equality bans the practice of which of the following practices? - CBSE class 8 civics 001
In which year did the Indian National Congress make a demand for a Constituent Assembly? - CBSE class 8 civics 001
Explain the reaction between non-metal and oxygen. cbse-class8-chemistry-2015001
Have you ever seen a greenish deposit on the surface of copper vessels, what is that? cbse-class8-chemistry-2015002
State all possible ways of prevention of corrosion of metals. cbse-class8-chemistry-2015001
Give an example to illustrate that generally metallic oxides are basic in nature. cbse-class8-chemistry-2015001
State the role played by non-metals in our daily life. cbse-class8-chemistry-2015001
State the role played by metals in our daily life. cbse-class8-chemistry-2015001
Explain noble metal and their uses. cbse-class8-chemistry-2015001
Explain activity series of metals. cbse-class8-chemistry-2015001
Explain reaction between sulphur and oxygen. What is the nature of its oxide formed? cbse-class8-chemistry-2015001
Explain the process of rusting of copper. cbse-class8-chemistry-2015001
Explain the process of rusting of iron. cbse-class8-chemistry-2015001
State some of the chemical properties of non-metals. cbse-class8-chemistry-2015001
State some of the chemical properties of metals. cbse-class8-chemistry-2015001
Why there is difference in sound on dropping a metal coin and a piece of coal? cbse-class8-chemistry-2015001
Explain ductility in metals and non-metals. cbse-class8-chemistry-2015001
Explain malleability in metals and non-metals. cbse-class8-chemistry-2015001
Why cant we store lemon pickles in an aluminium container? cbse-class8-chemistry-2015001
Why we use aluminium foil to wrap food items? cbse-class8-chemistry-2015001
Differentiate between metals and non-metals. cbse-class8-chemistry-2015001
Name the source of natural fibre “cotton”. cbse-class8-chemistry-2015001
Choose the right answer Nylon fibres are used for making : cbse-class8-chemistry-2015001
Name the fibre having properties similar to that of silk. cbse-class8-chemistry-2015001
Illustrate various uses of thermoplastic andthermosetting plastics. cbse-class8-chemistry-2015001
Can all plastic articles be bent easily? cbse-class8-chemistry-2015001
Why plastic articles are available in all shape and size? cbse-class8-chemistry-2015001
Why should we use a cotton carry bag or jute bag while going to market? cbse-class8-chemistry-2015001
Paper is biodegradable or non- biodegradable? cbse-class8-chemistry-2015001
What is Biotic resource? Give an Example of Biotic resource. CBSE-geography-class-8001
Resources drawn from nature and used without much modification are called CBSE-geography-class-8001
Distinguish between Actual resources and potential resources? CBSE-geography-class-8001
Fill in the blanks with suitable words CBSE-geography-class-8000
Which among the following is a man made resource? CBSE-geography-class-8001
Which place in Tamil Nadu is utilizing wind energy to a great extent? CBSE-geography-class-8001
What makes a substance a resource? CBSE-geography-class-8001
What is a resource? CBSE-geography-class-8001
Name a type of resource which has a limited stock and once exhausted may take thousands of years to be replenished. CBSE-geography-class-8001
Resources can become economically valuable with time. Explain. CBSE-geography-class-8001
Resources that are found everywhere like the air we breathe is known as CBSE-geography-class-8001
The invention of which of the following led to the development of transport? CBSE-geography-class-8001
Balancing the need to use resources and conserving them for the future is called CBSE-geography-class-8001
Which soil is largely found in the Deccan plateau? CBSE-geography-class-8001
What are the ways to conserve resources? CBSE-geography-class-8001
Which of the following is not a natural resource? CBSE-geography-class-8001
What do you mean by stock of resources? CBSE-geography-class-8001
Why are human resources considered as a special resource? CBSE-geography-class-8001
Why are resources important to us? CBSE-geography-class-8001
Which of the following facts is correct? CBSE-geography-class-8001
‘All resources have some value’. Explain. CBSE-geography-class-8001
Which resource listed below is not a biotic resource? CBSE-geography-class-8001
Classify the resources on the basis of their development and use. CBSE-geography-class-8001
Classify resources on the basis of their distribution. CBSE-geography-class-8001
Sustainable development means CBSE-geography-class-8001
Classify and explain resources on the basis of origin. CBSE-geography-class-8001
Define renewable resources. Give two examples. CBSE-geography-class-8001
Abiotic resources are non-living components which include resources like CBSE-geography-class-8001
What is a patent? CBSE-geography-class-8001
How resources are generally classified? What are natural resources? CBSE-geography-class-8001
Mention three important principles of sustainable development. CBSE-geography-class-8001
Name the resource that can make the best use of nature to create more resources. CBSE-geography-class-8001
What are the duties of citizens to preserve the Earth? CBSE-geography-class-8001
Which potential resource found in Ladakh can be used in the future? CBSE-geography-class-8001
Actual and potential resources are classified on the basis of their CBSE-geography-class-8001
Which one among the following is not a non-renewable resource? CBSE-geography-class-8001
Ruhr region which has rich deposits of coal is a part of which country? CBSE-geography-class-8001
Which of the following is a non-renewable source of energy? CBSE-geography-class-8001
How are natural resources classified? CBSE-geography-class-8001
What kind of resource is iron ore? CBSE-geography-class-8001
Mention four different ways you as students can help conserve our natural resources. CBSE-geography-class-8001
Deposits of mica in India is an example of CBSE-geography-class-8001
Natural gas is a CBSE-geography-class-8001
Hydroelectricity is generated by CBSE-geography-class-8001
‘Time and technology are two important factors that can change substances into resources’. Explain. CBSE-geography-class-8001
Complete the sentences below using some of the following words. CBSE-geography-class-8001
How do population pyramids help in understanding about the population of a country? CBSE-geography-class-8001
What are population pyramids? CBSE-geography-class-8001
What is meant by population composition? CBSE-geography-class-8001
Discuss the role of any two factors influencing population change. CBSE-geography-class-8001
The world population has grown very rapidly. Why? CBSE-geography-class-8001
What are the causes for the uneven distribution of population in the world? CBSE-geography-class-8001
Why are people considered a resource? CBSE-geography-class-8001
Give two examples of the following in the space provided. CBSE-geography-class-8001
Distinguish between the following. CBSE-geography-class-8001
Distinguish between the following. CBSE-geography-class-8001
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