Month: July 2021

National Doctors’ Day

National Doctors Day is celebrated nationwide, every year, on the 1st of July. But why? This is to express our gratitude towards doctors and physicians for their service towards our well-being. Legendary physician and the second Chief Minister of West Bengal, Dr Bidhan Chandra Roy was born on the 1st of […]

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Doctor’s Day

The presence of the doctor is the beginning of the core.Doctor’s day is celebrated on 1st july .It is an occasion to marked to pay tribute to the doctor and their contribution in the society .In india,it is celebrated in honour Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy’s birth and death anniversary .

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THE ONE NATION ,ONE ELECTION

We heard about the one nation, one election system also known as simultaneous election that because there is a proposal to conduct the elections to the Lok Sabha and a State assemblies at the same time. The concept was introduced by our Prime Minister Narendra Modi in 2016. Due to […]

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Healthy Lifestyle

OverviewWhat do you mean by Healthy Lifestyle? It is not just the good health of a person. A healthy lifestyle also includes a healthy routine, and healthy eating habits, etc. Good nutrition, daily exercise, and adequate sleep are the foundations of healthy living. A healthy lifestyle keeps you fit, energetic, […]

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Yoga

Yoga is derived from Sanskrit word ‘Yuj’ (verb) which means unite. Yog means union of individual soul with the absolute soul. It also means unification of physical, mental, intellectual and spiritual aspects of human being Benefits of Yoga Physical Purity :- There are three substance in our body i.e; vaat, […]

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Types of Security Attacks

Active Attacks It is an attempts to alter system resources or affect their operation. It includes Modification of data, or creation of false data. Four categories Masquerade Replay Modification of messages Denial of service Masquerade : It takes place when one entity pretends to be a different entity. For example, […]

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Chamoli disaster

Avalanche • A large amount of snow moving quickly down amountain- on slopes of 30 to 45 degrees. • When it stops, the snow becomes solid – peoplemay die from suffocation, trauma or hypothermia. Flash Floods • Caused by heavy rainfall in a short period of time – generally less […]

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TEACHER’S DAY

Teacher’s day Celebration In India, Teachers’ Day is celebrated annually on September 5 to mark the birthday of the country’s former President, scholar, philosopher and Bharat Ratna awardee,Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. World Teacher’s day celebration World Teachers’ Day, also known as International Teachers Day, is an international day. Established in 1994, […]

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|Birsa Movement|

Birsa Movement Birsa movement named after Birsa Munda is one of the prominent 19th-century tribal rebellions in the subcontinent. It took place in the region south of Ranchi in 1899-1900. The Ulgulan or the great tumult sought to establish Munda Raj and independence. Causes: Economic causes- Mundas traditionally enjoyed the […]

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Climate Change

• Long-term change in the average weather patterns that have come to define Earth’s local, regional andglobal climates. Frequent and intense drought. Increased frequency and intensity of storms and heat waves. Caused rising sea levels, melting of glaciers and warming of oceans. Directly harm flora and fauna, destroy the places […]

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Film certification and censorship inIndia

Cinematograph Act of 1952  Film certification and censorship in India Established the Central board for film certification Statutory body Under ministry of information andbroadcasting Head quartered in Mumbai Members of the committee are appointed by the centralgovernment inc Chairman. • Justice Mukul Mudgal, 2013 – To examine the issues […]

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