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CBSE Class XII Physics Exam Pattern

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CBSE Class XII Biology Exam Pattern

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CBSE Class XII Chemistry Exam Pattern

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Joints and their types | CBSE Class VI Science Lesson

Joints and their types | CBSE Class VI Science Lesson as per NCERT Syllabus – Body Movements by Soma Mukhopadhyay for SuccessCDs Education

Some Facts on Ebola Virus Disease

Check out this video to know Facts on Ebola Virus Disease – Update your General Knowledge with SuccessCDs Education Videos

Stone Age (Paleolithic Age) – CBSE NCERT Social Science History

THE EARLIEST SOCIETIES  – STONE AGE Stone Age (Paleolithic Age) – CBSE NCERT Social Science History 1. PALAEOLITHIC AGE 2. MESOLITHIC AGE 3. NEOLITHIC AGE PALAEOLITHIC AGE LOWER MIDDLE UPPER LIFE OF A PALAEOLITHIC MAN PALAEOLITHIC MAN lived in caves… Continue Reading →

Natural Vegetation – CBSE NCERT Social Science (Geography)

Natural Vegetation – CBSE NCERT Social Science (Geography) TROPICAL RAIN FORESTS These forests grow  in areas where rainfall is more than 200 Cms. They include the tropical semi-evergreen forests and Tropical evergreen Forests. The trees do not have any particular… Continue Reading →

Maps – CBSE NCERT Social Science (Geography)

Maps – CBSE NCERT Social Science (Geography) Maps and Globe The GLOBE is a model of the Earth on a small scale. Details like small towns and villages of a country cannot be shown on a GLOBE. The Earth’s surface… Continue Reading →

India Our Motherland – Coastal Plains and Islands (CBSE NCERT Social Science)

India Our Motherland – Coastal Plains and Islands (CBSE NCERT Social Science)  – Geography THE COASTAL PLAINS The Coastal Plains are characterized by an area of flat low lying land that is situated adjacent to a water body — either… Continue Reading →

India our Motherland – Mountains and Plains (CBSE NCERT Social Science)

India our Motherland – Mountains and Plains (CBSE NCERT Social Science) – Geography The name India is derived from the river Indus, the valleys around which were the home of the early settlers. 7th Largest Country in the World LARGEST… Continue Reading →

BASES – CBSE NCERT SCIENCE (CHEMISTRY)

BASES – CBSE NCERT SCIENCE (CHEMISTRY) Bases and Uses of bases in our daily lives A base is a substance that, in aqueous solution, is slippery to touch, tastes bitter, and changes the colour of indicators (e.g., turns red litmus… Continue Reading →

ACIDS – CBSE NCERT Science (Chemistry)

ACIDS – CBSE NCERT Science (Chemistry) Acids Its classification Uses of acids in our daily lives Acid is a chemical compound that is a corrosive or sour-tasting liquid and which neutralizes alkalis, dissolves some metals, and turns litmus red. Acids… Continue Reading →

WASTE – CBSE NCERT Science (Biology)

WASTE – CBSE NCERT Science (Biology) TYPES OF WASTE GASEOUS WASTE Released by Vehicles and Industries LIQUID WASTE Generated in ourHomes and Industries. Domestic Sewage and Chemical Discharges Given out from Factories. SOLID WASTE Generated in our Homes is Domestic… Continue Reading →

Separation of Substances – CBSE NCERT Science

Separation of Substances – CBSE NCERT Science (Biology) NEED FOR SEPARATION To remove the undesirable or harmful components. To remove the impurities and getting a pure substance. To separate useful components. METHODS OF SEPARATION SEPARATION OF SOLIDS FROM OTHER SOLIDS… Continue Reading →

Habitat – CBSE NCERT Science (Biology)

Habitat – CBSE NCERT Science (Biology) THE HABITAT OF THE LIVING Its Types & Its Components HABITAT – Living Place of an Organism Everything that surrounds living things and affects their growth and development is called environment. LIVING NON-LIVING HABITAT… Continue Reading →

Importance of Water – CBSE NCERT Science

Importance of Water – CBSE NCERT Science EARTH 75% WATER 25% LAND 2% SOLID AS ICE 99% LIQUID 97.4% IS IN OCEANS & SEAS, i.e., SALINE 0.6% IS FRESH WATER 1.98% IN ICE CAPS & GLACIERS 0.61% IS GROUND WATER… Continue Reading →

Adaptation – CBSE NCERT Science (Biology)

Adaptation – CBSE NCERT Science (Biology) ADAPTATION The presence of features or certain habits which help an organism to live in a particular habitat or environment is called adaptation. Different living organisms adapt to live in their surroundings  in different… Continue Reading →

Plant Life – CBSE NCERT Science (Biology)

Plant Life – CBSE NCERT Science (Biology) CATEGORIES OF PLANT HERBS Small plants with tender green stem… they usually don’t have branches. E.g. coriander, mustard, wheat, paddy SHRUBS Medium sized plants with thick brown woody stems.. branches arise from the… Continue Reading →

Electric Charges (Coulomb’s Law, Induction, Conduction) – CBSE NCERT Science Lesson

Electric Charges (Coulomb’s Law, Induction, Conduction) – CBSE NCERT Science (Physics) Lesson HISTORY Some experiments have shown that there are certain pairs of  materials which on rubbing could attract light objects like straw, pith balls and bits of paper. These… Continue Reading →

Electric Charges – CBSE NCERT Physics Lesson

Electric Charges – CBSE NCERT Physics Lesson HISTORY Some experiments have shown that there are certain pairs of  materials which on rubbing could attract light objects like straw, pith balls and bits of paper. These objects are said to be… Continue Reading →