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Wednesday, 29 April 2020

CBSE Class 8 - Science - Force, Pressure and Friction (Multiple Choice Questions)(#eduvictors)(#cbseClass8Science)

Force, Pressure and Friction 
(Multiple Choice Questions)

CBSE Class 8 - Science
CBSE Class 8 - Science - Force, Pressure and Friction (Multiple Choice Questions)(#eduvictors)(#cbseClass8Science)


Q1. Force on an object
  (a) must change the speed of the object if it is moving.
  (b) may change the direction of motion.
  (c) must change the shape of object. .
  (d) none of these


Q2. Strength of a force is expressed by 
   (a) Magnitude
   (b) Direction
   (c) Both magnitude and direction
   (d) none of these

3. Force of friction is
   (a) contact force
   (b) non-contact force
   (c) gravitational force
   (d) electrostatic force

Monday, 17 February 2020

CBSE Class 6 - 8 English Grammar - Forming Comparative and Superlative Adjectives (Worksheet) (#englishgrammar)(#eduvictors)

Forming Comparative and Superlative Adjectives (Worksheet)

CBSE Class 6 - 8 English Grammar

CBSE Class 6 - 8 English Grammar - Forming Comparative and Superlative Adjectives (Worksheet) (#englishgrammar)(#eduvictors)


Fill in the blanks with suitable adjective forms.

1. Meena is _________ than Manoj (tall).

2. Meena is __________ of all the students. (tall)

3. My hair is _________ than your hair.

4. Radha is ______ than his brother. (wise)

5. Of all the students in the class, Roma is ___________. (thin)

Friday, 24 January 2020

CBSE Class 7 - Science - Acids, Bases and Salts (Worksheet) (#eduvictors)(#cbseClass7Science)

Acids, Bases and Salts (Worksheet)CBSE Class 7 - Science 

CBSE Class 7 - Science - Acids, Bases and Salts (Worksheet) (#eduvictors)(#cbseClass7Science)

Direction: Fill in the blanks in the following sentences.

1. _______ are substances having a sour taste.


2. Substances that are bitter in taste and soapy to touch are _______ in nature.


3. Chemicals that are used to check acidic or basic nature of substances are called __________.


4. Acids turn ______ litmus to _____ .


5. Turmeric paste and China rose are also _________ indicators. Turmeric paste remains yellow in acidic solutions but turns to ________ in basic solutions.

Tuesday, 14 January 2020

CBSE Class 10/9/8 - English - Reading Comprehension (Unseen Passage) (Set-14)(#eduvictors)(#readingComprehension)

English - Reading Comprehension 

(Unseen Passage) (Set-14)

For CBSE Class 8 - 10

CBSE Class 10/9/8 - English - Reading Comprehension (Unseen Passage) (Set-14)

Reading comprehension is an ability to read content, comprehend its significance, and to incorporate with what the reader knows already.

The motivation behind reading  is comprehension, that is, to be able to gather meaning from the passage text. Comprehension skills don't naturally evolve, it requires practice and one has to enhance word recognition and vocabulary skills. Students need to learn techniques to assist them with turning out to be dynamic reader who comprehend and understand the content very well.

Reading comprehension depends on the reader’s experience, knowledge of language and recognition of syntactic structure.
To solve reading comprehension, follow these steps:

Step 1: Read the entire passage at a moderate pace (not very slow not very fast)
Step 2: Try to identify main points and summarize the contents of each paragraph in your own words.
Step 3: Do some doodling on rough sheet i,e, create graphic organisers (webs, cause and effect charts, outlines) 
Step 4: Try to map a story.
Step 5: For data or date related passages, do mental maths quickly.
Step 6: Don’t make conclusions which are not in the comprehension.
Step 7: Answer the questions by eliminating the wrong options.


Question 1:  Read the passage given below and complete the statements that follow:

(1) Tourists to Jammu and Kashmir have another attraction – a floating post office on the Dal Lake in Srinagar, the first in the country. ‘Floating Post Office, Dal Lake’ – claimed to be the only one such post office in the world – is built on an intricately carved maroon houseboat, fastened on the western edge of the Dal Lake.

Sunday, 5 January 2020

CBSE Class 9 - Biology - Why Do We Fall Ill? - Worksheet (#class9Biology)(#eduvictors)

Class 9 - Biology - Why Do We Fall Ill?

Worksheet 

CBSE Class 9 - Biology - Why Do We Fall Ill?  - Worksheet (#class9Biology)(#eduvictors)



Fill in the banks with suitable word(s)

1. Pathogens causing diseases like common cold, influenza, dengue fever, AIDS are ________.

2. Pathogens causing diseases like typhoid, cholera, antrax, tuberculosis are _________.

3. Pathogens causing diseases like skin infections are __________.

4. Pathogens causing diseases like malaria, kala-azar are _________.

Sunday, 24 November 2019

English Vocabulary - Commonly Confused Words (Part-5) (#eduvictors)(#EnglishVocabulary )

Commonly Confused Words 

(Part-5)
English Vocabulary 
English Vocabulary - Commonly Confused Words  (Part-5) (#eduvictors)(#EnglishVocabulary )


English is full of phrases or words, which sound the same or comparable yet have distinctive meanings and are sometimes confusing too. Here is the third list of commonly confused words.

Biannual, Biennial
Biannual is twice in one year,
Biennial means every two years


Saturday, 16 November 2019

English Vocabulary - Commonly Confused Words (Part-4)(#eduvictors)(#englishvocabulary)

Commonly Confused Words 

(Part-4)
English Vocabulary 


English is full of phrases or words, which sound the same or comparable yet have distinctive meanings and are sometimes confusing too. Here is the third list of commonly confused words.

Bad, Badly
Bad means poor quality is used as an adjective after verbs like am, feel, is,
    Badly means unsatisfactory, inadequate and is used as an adverb.


Thursday, 14 November 2019

CBSE Class 10 English - Cloze Test (Part 2) - Fill in the Blanks (New Pattern 2019-2020)(#class10English)(#eduvictors)

Class 10 English - Cloze Test (Part 2) 

Fill in the Blanks 
(New Pattern 2019-2020)
CBSE Class 10 English - Cloze Test (Part 2) - Fill in the Blanks (New Pattern 2019-2020)(#class10English)(#eduvictors)


A Cloze Test or Cloze Reading Test is an exercise where the candidates are provided with a passage which has certain words missing from it. It follows logically that to ace such an assessment, you must have a strong command over English Language,  Grammar and Good Vocabulary. More importantly, it is important to understand the flow and context of the passage. Keep reading to know the tips that will help you to solve questions based on Cloze Test.



Directions : In Question Nos. 1 to 10, in the following passage some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer to each question out of the four alternatives and fill in the blanks.

Saturday, 9 November 2019

NTSE/CTET/Competitions - General Knowledge - Environmental Institutes (#GeneralKnowledgeIndia)(#eduvictors)

Environmental Institutes

General Knowledge
NTSE/CTET/Competitions


Among the enormous number of foundations and institutes that manage ecological assurance and environmental  protection, a few of known institutes and organizations  (some are government-funded) are listed underneath:

1. Arid Zone Research Institute—Jodhpur

2. Central Pollution Control Board—Delhi

3. Central Museum Authority—New Delhi

4. Rehabilitation Institute of Social Forestry and Ecology— Allahabad/Pryagraj

5. G. B, Pant Himalayan Environment and Development Institute— Almora

6. Himalayan Forest Research Centres - Shimla

Tuesday, 5 November 2019

CBSE Class 12/NTSE/ - Chemistry - Functions of Catalysts (#class12Chemistry)(AIPMT)(#eduvictors)

Chemistry - Functions of Catalysts

CBSE Class 12/NTSE/ - Chemistry - Functions of Catalysts (#class12Chemistry)(AIPMT)(#eduvictors)

Catalyst, in chemistry, any substance that increases or decreases the rate of a reaction without itself being consumed. Enzymes are bio catalysts i.e. naturally occurring catalysts responsible for many essential biochemical reactions.

Here is a list of catalysts used in various chemical reactions:


1. In Haber’s process for manufacture of ammonia
    Catalyst: Iron powder


Friday, 25 October 2019

Commonly Confused Words (Part-2) - English Vocabulary (#EnglishVocabulary)(#eduvictors)

Commonly Confused Words 

(Part-2)
English Vocabulary 
Commonly Confused Words  (Part-2)  - English Vocabulary  (#EnglishVocabulary)(#eduvictors)


Hope you have read and liked the Part-1 post. Here is another list of the most common confusing words.

All right, Alright
All right is the correct form, it means 'in a satisfactory manner' or 'fairly well'
Alright is grammatically incorrect, often used in informal communication.


Monday, 21 October 2019

English Vocabulary - Commonly Confused Words (Part-1)(#eduvictors)(#cbsenotes)

Commonly Confused Words 

(Part-1)
English Vocabulary 
English Vocabulary - Commonly Confused Words (Part-1)(#eduvictors)(#cbsenotes)


English is full of words. There are words that sound similar pronunciations but have different meanings or grammatical functions. Here is a list of common confusables:

Accede, Exceed
Accede means to agree or to allow
Exceed means to go beyond, to surpass


Saturday, 30 March 2019

English Grammar Check - Common Errors in Adverb Usage (#eduvictors)(#cbsenotes)

English Grammar Check - Common Errors in Adverbs Usage

English Grammar Check - Common Errors in Adverb Usage (#eduvictors)(#cbsenotes)

Adverbs typically modify verbs and other categories except nouns, especially adjectives and adverbs. Adverbs can be single words, phrases or clauses.

Read the following sentences carefully, each has adverb related error(s). Identify the error(s) and write the correct sentence.


1. You write beautiful.

2. He was too healthy.

Monday, 25 March 2019

English Grammar Check: Common Errors in Adjectives(#englishgrammar)(#eduvictors)

English Grammar Check
Common Errors in Adjectives

English Grammar Check: Common Errors in Adjectives(#englishgrammar)(#eduvictors)

Qualifying words known as adjectives. 

Following sentences have adjective related errors. Identify the error(s) and write the correct sentence.

1. I have any milk.

2. He is wiser than his brother.

3. He is wiser than shrewd.

4. Any Ms Nitika is waiting for you.

5. My sister is elder than me.

Wednesday, 20 March 2019

AIPMT/NEET - Biology Quiz (#neetbiomcqs)(#eduvictors)

AIPMT/NEET - Biology Quiz 

AIPMT/NEET - Biology Quiz (#neetbiomcqs)(#eduvictors)
Honey Bee
(credits: Sandeep Handa)

Multiple Choice Questions

Q1: Which of the following structure is not found in bryophytes?
(a) A cellulose cell wall
(b) Chloroplast
(c) Sporangium
(d) Root


Q2: Which of the following statement about Bryophytes is/are incorrect?

(a) They lack xylem and phloem.
(b) The cell walls of their water conducting cells are lignified.
(c) They exhibit alternating heteromorphic generations.
(d) The sporophyte is usually nutritionally dependent on the gametophyte.


Q3: Which of the following is responsible for peat formation? (AIPMT 2014)
(a) Marchantia
(b) Riccia
(c) Funaria
(d) Sphagnum

Friday, 15 March 2019

Sentence Correction - Noun Errors(#englishgrammar)(#eduvictors)

Sentence Correction - Noun Errors

Common Errors In English

Sentence Correction - Noun Errors(#englishgrammar)(#eduvictors)

Question: Following sentences have noun related errors. Identify the error(s) and write the correct sentence.

1. This five rupees note is a soiled one.

2. Riches have wings.

3. A large number of the fishes died due to water pollution.

4. The sceneries of Kashmir are charming.

Tuesday, 12 March 2019

PHYSICS: IMPORTANT DISCOVERIES(#eduvictors)(#cbsenotes)

Physics: Important Discoveries

PHYSICS: IMPORTANT DISCOVERIES(#eduvictors)(#cbsenotes)



No. Discovery Scientist Year
1. Proton Rutherford 1919
2. Neutron James Chadwick 1932
3. Atom John Dalton 1808
4. Atomic Structure Neil Bohr & Rutherford 1913
5. Radioactivity Henry Becquerel 1896
6. Radium Madam Curie 1898
7. Raman Effect CV. Raman 1928
8. X-Rays Roentgen 1895
9. Photoelectric effect Albert Einstein 1905
10. Periodic table Mendeleev 1888
11. Nuclear Reactor Anrico Fermi 1942
12. Wireless Telegram Marconi 1901
13. Dynamite Alfred Nobel 1867

Wednesday, 5 December 2018

CBSE Class 6 - 10 - Scientific Discoveries and Inventions Quiz (#sciencequiz)(#eduvictors)

Scientific Discoveries and Inventions Quiz

CBSE Class 6 - 10 - Scientific Discoveries and Inventions Quiz (#sciencequiz)(#eduvictors)

Q1: Who discovered the first antibiotic?

(a) W Fleming
(b) C Waksman
(c) Louis Pasteur
(d) A Fleming


Q2: Who invented the Safety razor?

(a) Gillette
(b) Nikola Tesla
(c) Steve Job
(d) Lar Strauss


Q3: X–rays were discovered by

(a) Edison
(b) Roentgen
(c) Marie Curie
(d) Van Lue


Tuesday, 27 November 2018

CBSE Class 6-12 - English Grammar Worksheet - Verb Forms (#cbsenotes)(#eduvictors)

English Grammar Worksheet - Verb Forms

CBSE Class 6-12 - English Grammar Worksheet - Verb Forms (#cbsenotes)(#eduvictors)

Fill in the blanks with suitable verbs from the options given in brackets.

1. One of the student in our class ______ an Apple phone. (own/owns)

2. Apple pie and custard _________ my favourite dish. (is/are)

3. Ten kilometres _____ a long way to walk (is/are)

4. Either Sanya or I _____ to blame (is/am/are)

5. Maya as well as Sanya ________ guilty. (was/were)

6. If I _____ rich, I would buy a ship. (was/were)