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One Word Substitutions (OWS) for SSC, Banking & Railways

One Word Substitutions (OWS) for SSC, Banking & Railways

Phrase One Word One who has become dependent on something or drugs Addict Fear of being enclosed in small closed space Claustrophobia Call upon God or any other power (like law) etc. for help or protection Invocation Severely abusive writing in journals Scurrilous A person who opposes war or use of military force Pacifist One not concerned with right or wrong Amoral Something no longer in use Obsolete Stealthily done (something done in a quiet and secret way in order…

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Static GK (General Knowledge) Capsule for UPSC, SSC, IB & Railways 2019

Static GK (General Knowledge) Capsule for UPSC, SSC, IB & Railways 2019

Indian Currency Details Value Dimensions Front Back ₹5 117 x 63 mm Mahatma Gandhi Tractor ₹10 123 x 63 mm Mahatma Gandhi Konark Sun Temple ₹20 147 × 63 mm Mahatma Gandhi Mount Harriet, Port Blair ₹50 135 × 66 mm Mahatma Gandhi Hampi with Chariot ₹100 142 x 66 mm Mahatma Gandhi Rani ki Vav ₹200 146 × 66 mm Mahatma Gandhi Sanchi Stupa ₹500 150 × 66 mm Mahatma Gandhi Red Fort ₹2000 166 × 66 mm Mahatma…

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Human Circulatory System Notes for SSC CGL, CHSL and Railways

Human Circulatory System Notes for SSC CGL, CHSL and Railways

Human Circulatory System Heart Arteries Veins Blood Blood [Plasma (54%) + WBCs (0.7%) + RBCs (45%) + Platelets] The main functions of blood are to transport oxygen, carbon dioxide, water, nutrients, hormones and waste around the body. Blood also fights infection and regulates temperature. Haemopoiesis: The production of blood cells and platelets, which occurs in the bone marrow. Plasma (Yellowish Liquid) Mostly water (up to 95% by volume) and contains dissolved proteins (6–8%) (i.e.—serum albumins, globulins, and fibrinogen), glucose, clotting…

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Atoms and Molecules Notes for SSC, Banking and Railways 2019

Atoms and Molecules Notes for SSC, Banking and Railways 2019

Atomic Theories Democritus (470-380 B.C.) [Father of Atomic Theory (early)] He proposed that matter could NOT be divided into smaller pieces forever. He claimed that matter was made of small, hard particles that he called “atomos” Antoine Lavoisier (father of modern chemistry) Laws of Chemical Combination Law of Conservation of Mass: The law of conservation of mass states that mass can neither be created nor destroyed in a chemical reactions, i.e., the total mass of the products is same as…

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Diseases in Humans Notes for SSC CGL, CHSL and Railways

Diseases in Humans Notes for SSC CGL, CHSL and Railways

Disease A disease is a particular abnormal condition that negatively affects the structure or function of part or all of an organism, and that is not due to any external injury. DPT (Diphtheria, Pertussis and Tetanus) is a class of combination vaccines against three infectious diseases in humans. Various Disease and their Agents Agent Diseases Bacteria Diphtheria, Gonorrhea, Cholera, Leprosy, Typhoid, Tetanus, TB, Plague, Whooping Cough, Pneumonia Virus Chicken Pox, Small Pox, Measles, Mumps, HIV/AIDS, Yellow fever, Influenza, Dengue Fever,…

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All Short Tips, Tricks and Mnemonics for SSC CGL, CHSL & Railways 2019

All Short Tips, Tricks and Mnemonics for SSC CGL, CHSL & Railways 2019

History BHAJSA (Babur, Humayun, Akbar, Jahangir, Shah Jahan, Aurangzeb) Babur (16th Century), 26 me pani piya, 27 me khana khaya, 28 me chai piya, 29 me ghar gaya, 30 me mar gaya. Battle of Panipat, Khanwa, Chanderi, ghagra in 1626, 27, 28, 29 respectively and died in 1630. Science Chemical Names of Vitamins Vitamin Trick Chemical Name A Ra- Retinol B Th- Thiamine C E- Ascorbic acid D K- Calciferol E To- Tocopherol K Phy- Phylloquinone

50 Most Commonly Used English Idioms and Phrases

50 Most Commonly Used English Idioms and Phrases

Hit the hay – go to bed – “I have to get up early for work tomorrow, so I think I’d better hit the hay.” Up in the air – uncertain and with an unknown result – “The whole future of the project is still up in the air.” Stabbed in the back – to do something harmful to someone who trusted you – “He had been lied to and stabbed in the back by people that he thought were…

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