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MBOSE results 2018: SSLC, HSSLC Arts, Science and commerce

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Secondary School Leaving Certificate, SSLC 2018 results ( Will be declared on 25th May 2018) Abstract of Results  Top-Twenty Candidates in Order of Merit Highest Marks Subject wise Download Certificate Download booklet  Results are also available through SMS, Click here for details Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate (Art) 2018 results ( Will be declared on 25th May 2018) Abstract of Results Top-Ten Candidates in Order of Merit Highest Marks Subject wise Download Certificate Download booklet Results are also available through SMS, Click here for details --------------------------------- XII Science Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate Examination (Science) Declared on 10 May 2018 at 10.00 am Abstract of Results  First-Ten Candidates in Order of Merit Highest Marks Subject wise Download Certificate Download booklet Results are also available through SMS, Click here for details -------------------------------- XII Commerce Higher Sec

How to check your MBOSE SSLC and HSSLC Arts results 2018

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Guys wait no more as the Meghalaya Board of School Education (MBOSE) has finally declared the results of the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSCL or Matric) and the Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate (HSSLC or PU) Arts today. Thousand of young adults have appeared the SSLC and the HSSLC arts 2018 conducted by the Meghalaya state board of school education, Tura. MBOSE SSLC and HSSLC Arts results 2018 declared on May 25th 2018 The board will declare the results of both the Matric and the PU exams at the same time today. The board announced to get the results out on the 25th May 2018 . Among the various exams conducted by the board the SSLC or the Matric as it was popularly known two decades ago is the most popular and the most anticipated as thousand of young students and veterans tried their hands on the exams. How to Check your MBOSE Results? The results will be put online on the board website . Students can also access their results via SMS through mo

10 requisites to make married life happy

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Explain any five requisites to make married life happy. Ans. A successful marriage is necessarily a happy marriage. Following are requisites which can essentially make married life happy and meaningful. (Please choose only five from them) 1. Loving and being love Husband and wife should have loving attitude towards each other. When love fails marriage is bound to fail too. Love can be expressed physically in the form of hugs caresses, kisseses and also in thousand other thoughtful ways. 2. Emotional Interdependence Emotional interdependence shared between the couples gives them a sense of self reliance. This makes marriage satisfying to everybody in the family. 3. Compatibility Two persons who marry cannot have exactly similar traits. Individual differences will always be there; the couple must accept and live with their differences. 4. Similar background The bond of family may be strengthen in the marriage of couples who share similar background, economic, relig

What was the main purpose of launching multi-purpose project in India after independence?

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Ans. The main purpose of launching the multi-purpose project was to achieve self reliance and improve the living standard of people. 

List two major reason for water scarcity in India.

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Ans. There are two major reasons which are responsible for water scarcity in India. They are Population growth which increase the demand for more water and  Unequal access to it.

How much of the global precipitation does India receives?

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Ans. About 4 per cent

Name the river on which Nagarjuna Sagar Dam has been built.

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Ans. River Krishna (Andra Pradesh)

Name the river on which the Sardar Sarovar Dam has been built.

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Ans. Narmada

What do you understand by freshwater?

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Ans. Water which is obtained from surface runoff and groundwater is termed as freshwater. Such water is continually renewed and recharged through the hydrological cycle.

Why is terrace farming done in hilly regions?

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Ans. Hilly region are prone to soil erosion and water scarcity. To prevent the loss of topsoil from the hills side terrace farming done. The cut terraces allow water to slow down while they flow from the upper hill towards the lower side of the hill. Terrace farming is practised in the hills of Uttrakhand, Meghalaya, Sikkim, Nepal and many parts of the world. Terrace farming over the hills How is it done? The sloping hill side is cut into footsteps like fashion. In each step the soil is made flatten and ploughed for cultivation. The sides of the steps are grown with plants which have extensive roots to hold soil in place so that to prevent soil erosion.

What are laterite soil?

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Ans. The soil which contains little clay and more gravels of sandstones is called laterite soil. It generally red or pale brown in color. Laterite soil is found in hilly regions which receive heavy rainfall.

What is soil erosion?

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Ans. Removal of soil from the soil surface as a result of the action of natural agents such as running water, rainfall and wind is called soil erosion. Soil erosion causes loss in fertility of the soil.

MBOSE HSSLC Science and Commerce results declared at 10 am

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MBOSE building Head office: Tura  The Meghalaya Board of School Education (MBOSE) is declaring the results of the Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate in Science and Arts streams today at 10 am in the morning. How to check the results Candidates can check their results and print out the electronic marksheets online through this link. You can also check your results via sms.  To check your results via sms follow the following steps For Science Streams candidates: Open new sms>type: MG12S followed by your Roll Number > send to: 58888 Please leave one space between MG12S and your Roll Number Or SMS- MBOSE12S <space> ROLL NUMBER – Send it to 56263 For Commerce Streams candidates: Open new sms>type: MG12C followed by your Roll Number > send to: 58888 Please leave one space between MG12C and your Roll Number Or SMS- MBOSE12C <space> ROLL NUMBER – Send it to 56263

Why does land degrade?

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Ans. Land becomes degraded when its ability to support vegetation is questionable. Land degradation is brought about by various factors such as deforestation, poor land use, insecure land tenure, inappropriate land management practices and poverty.

List the types of soil found in India

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Ans. Indian soils are classified into six major types. Alluvial soils Black soils Red and yellow soils laterite soils Arid soils Forest soils

What is soil resource?

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Ans. The uppermost layer of the earth's crust in which plants grow is called soil. Soil is living and renewable natural resource. It is made of two components viz - organic and inorganic substances.

What are the different factors that determine land use?

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Ans. Two factors determine land use pattern. These are- Physical factors: such as topography, climate, soil types and climate. Human factors: which comprises of population density, technological capability, cultural traditions etc.

What do you understand by ‘conservation’ of resources?

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Ans. Conservation of resources refers to the efficient usages of resources that are needed in our generation without harming the future prospects.

What does the term ‘sustainable development’ mean?

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Ans. Sustainable development refers to the development work that is done to suffice the need of the present generation without damaging the environment and no compromising with the needs of the future generation.

Classify resources on the basis of origin. Give examples.

Ans. On the basis of origin resources are classified into two groups:- Biotic Resources: Comprised all those that have got life in them. Example human being, livestock, fisheries, forest, flora and fauna etc. Abiotic Resources: Comprised of those resources which lack life. Example of abiotic resources - rocks, minerals, land, water, etc.

What is resource planning?

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Ans. Resource planning is an effort that is taken to prevent overexploitation of natural resources so that there is a balanced utilization of resources with minimum impact on the environment. Resource planing has three stages. Two of them are First Level Planning: It comprises of the identification and preparation of resources. It involves surveying, mapping and estimation and mesurement of quantity, characteristics and properties of resources. Second Level Planning: It involves the examining of resources form the points of view of technology, economy and need. Third Level Planning: It involves the matching of the plan of resource development with the plans for over all national development.

Classify resources on the basis of renewability with one example each

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Ans. On the basis of renewability or exhaustibility resources can be grouped into two categories: (a) Renewable Resources: These are resources that can be recycled. Example water, forest. (b) Non-Renewable resources: They are those resources that cannot be recycled. Example fossils fuels, minerals.

What is Bangar?

The old alluvial soil is known as Bangar

Define soil erosion

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The removal of soil from its original places by the action of natural agent such as water or wind is called soil erosion

Which soil is ideal for growing cotton?

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Black soil

Give one example each of biotic and abiotic resources

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Example of biotic (life) resource is human, plants. Example of abiotic (lifeless) resources is rock, sand, water.

Nutrition in plants

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Knowledge of nutrition in plants is essential for the examination point of view. Chapter 1 Biology for Class X deals on Life processes in the living organism. This unit is divided into four parts namely - Nutrition, Respiration, Transportation, and Excretion. Nutrition Nutrition is one of the essential processes that are very much required to keep the plants or animals alive. To better understand nutrition, this topic is divided into two parts: Basic knowledge of Nutrition in plants and  Nutrition in animals Basic knowledge of Nutrition in plants Lets first answer all basic question related to knowledge of nutrition in plants. Q1 Define nutrition. Ans. the process of intake of food, its digestion, absorption and distribution to different parts of the body is called nutrition. Q2 What are nutrients? Ans. Nutrients are those substances such as carbohydrates, proteins, fats, minerals, etc that help providing raw materials for the growth of the organisms.

Nutrition process in human being

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In this portion we will learn all those terms related to basic nutrition process that are usually used to describe the nutrition in human being. Nutrion Nutrition is one of the essential processes that is very much required to keep the plants or animals alive. To better understand nutrition, this topic is divided into two parts: Basic knowledge on Nutrition in plants and Nutrition in animals Before learning this topic it is advisable that you read first the basic knowledge on nutrition in plants . You may read it here . In this post we will be dealing with all elementary and very basic questions on human nutrition process Commonly asked question on Nutrition process in human in the previous years examination of MBOSE. Q1 Name the various segments of the alimentary canal. Ans. The alimentary canal is differentiated into different sections namely – The mouth, the oesophagus, the stomach, small intestines and large intestines. Q2 List the glands of the di