How do Organism Reproduce:Class 10th Science Notes on Biology

Reproduction  Reproduction is defined as a biological process in which an organism gives rise to young ones (offspring) similar to itself. Reproduction at its basic level involves creation of the copy of DNA DNA...

Heredity And Evolution : Class 10 Notes on NCERT

ACCUMULATION OF VARIATION DURING REPRODUCTION Heredity :- The process of transfer of characters or traits from the parents to their offsprings is called heredity. Variations :- The differences between the characters or traits among...

Heredity Evolution,Speciation Notes on Science For Class 10th

Sex determination in human beings Human beings have 23 pairs of chromosomes in the nucleus of the cell. Out of this two chromosomes are sex chromosomes X and Y. The female has two X...

Sample Test On Resources For Class 10th

 Class 10th Social Science   F.M . 35 What is resource? 1 Classify and explain various types of Resources? 5 What is sustainable development? 1 What is Agenda 21? 2 Write a note on Regur Soil?...

HOW TO PREPARE FOR NTSE EXAM

HOW TO PREPARE FOR NTSE EXAM National Talent Search Examination is a scholarship program organized at National level by NCERT. The main objective of the exam is to find talented students and provide them financial...

Classification of Industries

Industries can be classified on the following lines On the basis of source of raw materials used:  Agro based: cotton, woolen, jute, silk textile, rubber and sugar, tea, coffee, edible oil  Mineral based: iron and...

Syllabus of CBSE class 10th examination

SYLLABUS FOR CBSE CLASS 10TH EXAMINATION Board examination is considered a very important part of everyone’s academic career. It acts as a turning point of a student career. The performance of students in board examination...

Manufacturing Industries and Factors Affecting Locations of Industry

Manufacturing Industries Production of goods in large quantities after processing from raw material is called manufacturing Manufacturing industries acts as a backbone for the development of a nation . Relation Between Growth of agriculture...

Railways And Waterways :Lifelines of National Economy Geography Notes on NCERT

Railways Indian Railways is one of the largest PSU in the Country The Indian Railways route length network is spread over 115,000 km, with 12,617 passenger trains and 7,421 freight trains each day from...

Airways and Communication :Life Line Of National Economy .NCERT Notes in Geography

Airways The world’s first air-mail service was started in India at Allahabad; on 18th Feb 1911 on  the occasion of Kumbh mela Regular airmail services were started by Tata Sons Ltd, between Karachi and...