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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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Notes on Types of Plants (Based on Growth Habits) for SSC & Railways

Notes on Types of Plants (Based on Growth Habits) for SSC & Railways

Plants can be classified into various categories such as Herbs, Shrubs, Trees, Creepers and Climbers based on the following: Where the branches grows – close to the ground or higher up on the stem. Whether the stem is green, tender, thick or hard Branches appear at the base of the stem or higher up on the stem Whether the height of the plant is shorter, slightly taller or tallest. Herbs Plants with green and tender stems are called herbs. They…

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List of Scientific Names for NEET, SSC 2019 (Alphabetically)

List of Scientific Names for NEET, SSC 2019 (Alphabetically)

Binominal Nomenclature The binomial naming system is the system used by the Scientists for naming species. Each species is given a name that consists of two parts. The first part is the Genus and the second part is the species name. For example, Homo sapiens (Humans) belongs to the Genus Homo and has a Species name sapiens. The binomial naming system was first uniformly used by Carl Linnaeus (Father of Taxonomy). How to remember the Scientific names? You don’t have…

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Non‐Recognised Boards/Universities In India By NIOS

Non‐Recognised Boards/Universities In India By NIOS

Here is a list of school/university boards which are not recognised by NIOS (National Institute of Open Schooling). Since NIOS is a government board and also one of the world’s biggest open schooling board. So one should be remembering this while going for admissions in schools. Its always recommended to verify the board before taking admissions. And if you want to be on a safer side then always go for national boards like CBSE, ICSE, etc.

CBSE 12th Improvement Exam Rules and Regulation | 2014-15

CBSE 12th Improvement Exam Rules and Regulation | 2014-15

As you should already be knowing that this is one of the most popular, most searched and an evergreen post on this blog and on WWW as well. I suggest you to visit CBSE Improvement FAQ’S to clear any more doubt or you may also want to know about Admit Cards or may be about CBSE 10th Improvement Rules 2015 CBSE Improvement Exam takes place succeeding year when you give class 12th board exams. The exam is same as regular…

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hello to alllll

hello to alllll

After a long tym i am writing on my blog. This is only due to the busy shedule i am having. There are a lot of lykes comments and visits for the blog. I am very glad to see this. I will try to reply for all the comments but it will take tym. I will be publishing some new posts on the latest trending topics and issues as well as i will edit older most visited posts such as…

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