Human Reproductive System

Human reproductive system becomes functional at a definite age called puberty. Normally, males attain puberty at the age of 13 to 14 years, while females attain puberty at the age of 10 to 12 years. Testis is the primary sexual organ of male whereas ovary is primary sexual organ of …

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Chemical Fertilizers Industry in India

Chemical Fertilizers Industry played a significant role in making Green Revolution a success in India. The different raw materials needed for Chemical fertilizers company are available in India. At present, India is the third largest producer and consumer of chemical fertilizers in the world. Mainly two kinds of fertilizers are …

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Sugar Industry in India

Sugarcane cuts

India is the second largest sugar producing country of the world after Brazil. In 1840, the first sugar industry was set up in Betia (Bihar). Sugar production is known in India since ancient times, but modern sugar industry in India¬†developed in first decade of the twentieth century. Indian sugar industry …

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Departments under the Ministry of Science and Technology – DBT, DST, DSIR

Department of Biotechnology(DBT), Department of Science and Industrial Research (DSIR) and Ministry of science and Technology(DST) are the three department which work under the Ministry of Science & Technology. Department of Biotechnology(DBT): Department of Biotechnology(DBT) is responsible for identifying and supporting specific Research and development programmes in biotechnology and biotechnology-related …

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Important Acts in India Before Independence

Some of the Important acts in Indian before Independence (August 15th) 1947 are The Regulating Act, 1773, The Pitts India act, 1784, The Charter Acts The Government of India Acts and The Indian council Acts. The Regulating Act, 1773 The Regulating Act, 1773 was the first attempted by British Parliament …

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Functions and Powers of the President of India

The executive power of the Union is vested in the President of India and all executive functions are carried out in the name of the President (Article 53 & Article 57). He has the power to appoint the Prime Minister of India and on his advice to appoint other ministers …

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Coastal Plains of India

Coastal plain Indian map

To the east and west of the peninsular plateau, two narrow strips of plain lands are found , which are respectively called Eastern Coastal Plain and Western Coastal Plain. Eastern Coastal and Western Coastal Plain are formed by the erosional and depositional & activities of the Sea waves and from …

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Important Terms Related to Banking

Reserve Bank of India (RBI) may control money supply in the market through following operations: Bank Rate Policy Open Market Operations (OMO) Cash Reserve Ratio (SRR) Statutory Liquidity Ratio Liquidity Adjustment Facility operating through Repo and Reserve Repo. Selective Credit Controls Moral Suasion Bank Rate Bank Rate has been defined …

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Security Printing & Minting Corporation of India Ltd. (SPMCIL)

Security Printing & Minting corporation of India Ltd. (SPMCIL), a wholly owned company of Government of India, was incorporated in January 2006 with its headquarters in New Delhi. It is a miniratna status public sector undertaking (PSU) and is engaged in the manufacture of security paper, printing of currency and …

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Rail Transport in India

Indian railway logo

First passenger train in India was started by Lord Dalhousie, Governor General of India on April 16, 1853 between Bori Bunder, Bombay, and Thane covering a distance of 34 kms. Indian Railway was nationalised in 1951 and presently, it is the largest Railway Network in Asia and the second largest …

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