Wednesday, 22 August 2018

CBSE Class 6 - Political Science Chapter 04 - Growing up as Boys and Girls - NCERT Answers (#cbsenotes)(#eduvictors)

Growing up as Boys and Girls 

 Class 6 - Political Science 
NCERT Answers
CBSE Class 6 - Political Science Chapter 04 - Growing up as Boys and Girls - NCERT Answers (#cbsenotes)(#eduvictors)


Question 1: Are the statements given alongside true or false? Support your answer with the use of an example-

(a) All societies do not think similarly about the roles that boys and girls play.

(b) Our society does not make distinctions between boys and girls when they are growing up.

(c) Women who stay at home do not work.

(d) The work that women do is less valued than that of men.


Answer:
(a) True. 

  1. Our society believes that the roles of boys and girls are different. 
  2. Broadly speaking, our societies are mostly patriarchal i.e., a male is always the head of the family. For example, in the Indian society, boys are encouraged to handle outdoor work and girls are encouraged to manage household chores. 
  3. However, in some Latin-American countries, both boys and girls are encouraged to manage both outdoor and household work.


b) False. 

  1. Our society does make distinctions between boys and girls when they are growing up. 
  2. This can be exemplified as follows: Girls are usually given toys such as dolls, whereas boys are given toys such as cars, bat and ball etc. 
  3. As compared to boys, girls spend more time in the kitchen and they are the ones who help the mother in taking care of the requirements of the household. 
  4. On the other hand, boys are more involved in outdoor activities.


Tuesday, 21 August 2018

CBSE Class 12 - Computer Science - C++ Standard Headers - Questions and Answers (#cbsenotes)(#eduvictors)

 C++ Standard Headers

(Q & A)

CBSE Class 12 - Computer Science - C++ Standard Headers - Questions and Answers (#cbsenotes)(#eduvictors)


Q1: What is the purpose of a header file in a program?

Answer: Header files provide function prototypes, definitions of library functions, declaration of data types and constants used
with the library functions.


Q2: What is the purpose of the following header files?
a) iostream.h b) stdio.h c) ctype.h
d) string.h e) math.h f) stdlib.h

Answer
iostream.h: Defines stream classes for input/output streams
stdio.h  : Standard input and output
ctype.h  : Character tests
string.h : String operations
math.h   : Mathematical functions such as sin() and cos()
stdlib.h : Utility functions such as malloc() and rand()

CBSE Class 9 - History - Socialism in Europe and the Russian Revolution (NCERT Solutions)(#cbsenotes)(#eduvictors)

Socialism in Europe
and the Russian Revolution

Class 9 India and the Contemporary World
Chapter 2 - Social Science
NCERT Solutions

CBSE Class 9 - History - Socialism in Europe and the Russian Revolution (NCERT Solutions)(#cbsenotes)(#eduvictors)

Question 1: What were the social, economic and political conditions in Russia before 1905?

Answer: The Social, economic and political conditions in Russia before 1905 were backward.

Social Conditions:
1. 85% of Russia’s population was agriculturist.

2. The industry was existent, but rarely in which most of was privately owned.

3. Workers were divided on the basis of their occupation. They mainly migrated to cities for employment in factories.

4. The peasant community was deeply religious but did not care much about the nobility. They believed that land must be divided amongst themselves.

Economic Conditions: 
1. Russia was going through a bad period economically.

2. Prices of essential good rises while real wages decreased by 20%leading to the famous St. Petersburg strike

3. This strike started a series of events that are together known as the 1905 Revolution.

4. During this revolution, there were strikes all over the country, universities closed down, and various professionals and workers established the Union of Unions, demanding the establishment of a constituent assembly.

Friday, 17 August 2018

CBSE Class 8 - Science - Synthetic Fibres and Plastics (MCQs) - NCERT Exemplar Answers (#cbsenotes)(#eduvictors)

Synthetic Fibres and Plastics


Multiple Choice Questions

Question 1: Pick the synthetic fibre out of the following.

(a) Cotton
(b) Nylon
(c) Jute
(d) Wool


Question 2: Which of the following is a source of rayon?

(a) Wool
(b) PET
(c) Wood pulp
(d) Silk


Question 3: Polycot is obtained by mixing

(a) nylon and wool
(b) polyester and wool
(c) nylon and cotton
(d) polyester and cotton


CBSE Class 11 - Accountancy - Chapter 1 - Understanding Basic Terms (#cbsenotes)(#eduvictors)

Accountancy - Chapter 1 -
Understanding Basic Terms

CBSE Class 11 - Accountancy - Chapter 1 - Understanding Basic Terms (#cbsenotes)(#eduvictors)


Business transaction

An economic activity that affects the financial position of the business and can be measured in terms of money e.g., purchase of goods for use
in business.

Account

Account refers to a summarized record of relevant transaction of a particular head at one place. All accounts are divided into two sides. The left side of an account is called debit side and the right side of an account is called the credit side.

Capital

Amount invested by the owner in the firm is known as capital. It may be bought in the form of cash or assets by the owner.

Drawings:

The money or goods or both withdrawn by the owner from business for personal use is known as drawings. Example: the purchase of a car for personal use by withdrawing money from a business.

Sunday, 12 August 2018

Colonialism and the City - CBSE Class 8 - History - NCERT Q and A (#cbsenotes)(#eduvictors)

Colonialism and the City 

Colonialism and the City - CBSE Class 8 - History - NCERT Q and A (#cbsenotes)(#eduvictors)

Q & A

Important points:

The partition of India in 1947 led to a massive transfer of populations, and Delhi became a city of refugees.

While Old Delhi was almost ignored by the British, millions were spent on developing New Delhi.

In the late 18th century, Calcutta, Bombay, and Madras became the centres of British colonial power.

In 19th century, in most parts of the Western world, modern cities emerged with industrialisation, but Indian cities under British rule did not benefit much.

After 1911, Delhi became the capital of British India. New Delhi took nearly 20 years to build.


Q1: State whether true or false:
(a) In the Western world, modern cities grew with industrialisation.
(b) Surat and Machlipatnam developed in the nineteenth century.
(c) In the twentieth century, the majority of Indians lived in cities.
(d) After 1857 no worship was allowed in the Jama Masjid for five years.
(e) More money was spent on cleaning Old Delhi than New Delhi.

Saturday, 11 August 2018

Indian States Touching International Borders - Geography - CBSE Class 6/7/8/9/10/NTSE/CTET -

Indian States Touching International Borders 

Indian States Touching International Borders  - Geography - CBSE Class 6/7/8/9/10/NTSE/CTET -

Table

States Situated on International Borders
(Indian States touching International Borders)
No. Countries States
1 Pakistan 1. Gujarat
2. Rajasthan
3. Punjab
4. Jammu & Kashmir