Self – study is a crucial part of learning. It improvises the knowledge of students to the extent that teachers also can’t. A teacher only gives his vision and guide pupil to understand things but self – study enables the student to think and develop their own innovative ideas to grasp the subject. A student doing self – study is always scoring good marks than the student attending classes only. Only listening in class is not important but he/ she has to revise the topic taught in the class. It boosts the knowledge and helps to store in memory for longer time. It doesn’t means that you are not going to attend classes, you have to do it but give time for self – study also. In class you will only get the frame moulded by teachers and you have to decorate it with your own ideas and knowledge to score 100% marks. Those who are successful in decorating it in an excellent way are also scoring 100% marks.
Why a student fails to score 100% marks inspite of attending regular school and coaching classes? It happens so because here lacks self – study. Self – study is directly proportional to marks. If you are giving more time for self – study that means you are going to score good marks. As the time given for self – study decreases, your mark will also decrease. And as the time given for self – study increases, your marks will also increase. This means, for scoring good marks you have to give more time for self – study.
Teacher can only give basic ideas and practice to understand the subject but to excel in that subject one has to develop habit of self – study.
The aspiring students can apply for JEE(main) examination conducted by CBSE from 7 November 2014. Closing date of filling application is 18 December 2014. The whole process of filling application is through online only. Offline application will not be entertained. Application form is available on JEE(main) website www.jeemain.nic.in.
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Being healthy doesn’t means only being physically fit or not mere an absence of disease but it is a state of being physically, mentally and socially wellbeing.
Some signs of natural health are:
1. Getting deep sleep.
2. Normal physical processes.
3. Soft spoken.
4. Feeling energetic after getting up in the morning.
5. Smooth bowel movement.
6. Feeling enthusiastic throughout the day.
7. Stomach is flatter than the chest.
8. Lack of urge for intoxicating and aphrodisiacal substance.
9. Always feeling happy.
10.Potential to work for hours without tiring.
11.Tendency to be involved in creative activities.
12.Glow on the face.
13.Feeling youth and new power.
14.Productive thought process.
15.Ever smiling face.
Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) is an acute, serious disease which may be fatal if untreated.
Formerly it was known as Ebola Haemorrhagic fever. It is caused by Ebola virus.
This disease is named so after it first occurred in village near Ebola river (Democratic Republic of Congo).
Incubation period of EVD is 2 to 21 days.
Signs and symptoms of EVD are following:
- Onset of fever
- Muscle pain
- Sore throat
The above said symptoms are followed by:
- Symptoms of impaired kidney and liver function
- Oozing from gums, blood in stools
Ebola is transmitted in human population from ill or dead animals such as chimpanzees, gorillas, fruit bats, monkeys, forest antelopes and porcupines through blood, secretions, organs and other bodily fluids.
Ebola is transmitted from human to human under the following circumstances:
- Direct contact with the blood, secretions, organs and bodily fluids of infected people and through contaminated surfaces and materials.
- Close contact with patients.
- Men who have recovered from the disease can still transmit the virus through their semen for up to 7 weeks after recovery from illness.
Till now there is no proven treatment available for EVD. But supportive treatment such as oral and IV fluids are given to treat specific symptoms.
Zygote is the structural and functional unit of life. This is a single cell which continuously undergoes cell division to give rise to embryo.
Adult human body is a machine in which each part is specialised for its intended function. However, there are some organs which undergo wear and tear periodically and which is required to be repaired and replacement of lost cells. For this purpose, every organs retain a small population of cells (reserved) that do not differentiate. When needed these cells proliferate, repair, renew and regenerate the organs. And these reserved cells are known as stem cells.
CBSE has declared AIPMT results on 7 June 2014.
The result is available on the following site:-
CBSE CLASS XII RESULTS OF CHENNAI AND TRIVANDRUM REGION DECLARED
CBSE class XII results of Chennai and Trivandrum region declared on 26th May 2014 just one week after the class X result. Results of northern states are likely to be declared on 27th May 2014.
From Chennai region about 46062 students appeared in CBSE among which 42207 students are qualified.
The result is available on the following site:-
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will announce the results for Class 12 and Class 10 this month, a report said on 14th May 2014.
According to the report, Class 10 results will be declared on May 15 and Class 12 results will be declared on May 25.
Students can check their results on the official websites: www.cbse.nic.in. and cbseresults.nic.in.
However, there is no official confirmation in this regard.
Antarctica may seem a motionless and frozen landscape, yet hundreds of miles down the Earth (earth’s mantle) is moving rapidly changing the shape of the land at a rate that can be recorded by Global Positioning system (GPS), according to a new research.
According to Global Positioning System (GPS) data collected the land in this region is actually rising at a phenomenal rate of 15mm per year – much greater than can be accounted for by the present-day elastic response alone.
For the first time researchers have shown that how the mantle below the Earth’s crust in the Antarctic Peninsula is flowing much faster than expected, probably due to subtle changes in temperature or chemical composition.
This means it can flow more easily and so responds much more quickly to the lightening load hundreds of miles above it, changing the shape of the land.
Astronomers claimed that they have found a star born from the same cloud of gas as our sun 4.5 billion years ago. This star is little bigger than our sun and its surface is also hotter than our sun. The researchers said that the chemical fingerprint of the new-found star is same as our sun.
Our sun has been formed from an immense cloud of gas and space dust that gave rise to 1,000 to 10,000 stars. Astronomers claimed that baby stars stayed clustered together for hundreds of millions of years but as these stars started growing up their cluster broke up and the individual stars began to drift apart.
“Stars that were born in different clusters have different compositions. If a star has the exact same chemical composition as our sun, that establishes that they were born in the same place,” said Ramirez is the lead author of a paper about the discovery that will be published June 1 in the Astrophysical Journal.
According to surveys there are about 100,000 stars we can look at in this way. In five or 10 years it could be as many as a billion,” he added.