Sunday, 20 May 2018

Which one of the following instances is returned by the ShowAsync() method of the MessageDialog class?

Which one of the following instances is returned by the ShowAsync() method of the MessageDialog class?
1. Tapped
2. TextBlock
3. IUICommand

4. Button

Monday, 26 September 2016

Maxfort class 6 Social science

Name of 16 Mahajanapad:

Kasi,
Kosala,
Anga,
Magadha,
Vajji or Vriji,
Malla,
Chedi or Cheti,
Vamsa or Vatsa,
Kuru,
Panchala,
Machcha or Matsya,
Surasena,
Assaka or Ashmaka ,
Avanti,
Gandhara & Kamboja

Block 14- Parallels and Meridian

Q4). What is the international Date Line?

Ans.
This us an imaginary line on the Earth that roughly follow the 180 degree line of Longitude.
It is exactly Opposite to the Prime Meridian.

Countries lying on the Eastern side of the International Date Line are One day Ahead  of the countries lying on the Western side.

Travel East to West lose one day.
Travel West to East Gain one day.

To Avoid confusion, this line has been drawn in a Zigzag manner so that it does not pass through any country.

Saturday, 24 September 2016

Block 14 - Parallels and Meridians

Q3. What are the lines of Longitude?

Ans.
Lines of Longitude are Imaginary Vertical
lines, running North to South. They meet at both the Poles.
*(Why do they call Meridians?)
These lines are called meridians because they join the places that have midday at the same time.

(For a long answer)
Length of all meridians are equal.
There are a total of 360 Longitudes.
That is numbered 0 to 180 degree East in Eastern Hemisphere and 0 to 180 degree West in Western Hemisphere.

Block 14 - Parallels and Meridians

Q2. What are the lines of latitude?

Ans.
Lines of Latitude are the Imaginary Horizontal lines running East to West circling the Earth. These lines are Parallels because they are Parallel to each other and never meets.

(For a long answer answer add these lines)

The lines are shorter towards the Poles.
There are a total 180 latitudes. That is 0 to 90 North in Northern Hemisphere and 0 to 90 South in Southern Hemisphere.

Block 15 - Properties of Air

Q7(A). Filling medicine in the dropper:

When we press the rubber part of dropper , it create low pressure inside the dropper. When we dip it to medicine and release the pressed part.  Medicine flow to high to low pressure as medicine has higher pressure than Inside the dropper.

Block 15- Properties of Air

Q6. How does air pressure helps in sucking juice using a straw?

Ans.
When we sucks liquid through a straw, it creates an area of Low Pressure inside the straw. The pressure around the straw is Higher than the pressure inside the straw, which pushes the liquid into the straw.

Block 15 - Properties of Air

Q4. Why do we not feel the pressure exerted by air around us?

Ans.
Because pressure acts equally on all sides of our body and is internally balanced by our body. So we don't feel the pressure of Air around us.

Block 15 -Properties of Air

Q4. Design another experiment to show that air has mass?

Ans. Take one inflated balloon and one deflated balloon.
Stick them to the either end of the stick.

We see that the inflated balloon is lower than the deflated one.
It proves that inflated balloon has more mass than deflated balloon .

Block 15 - Properties of Air

Q3. How will you prove that air Occupies Space?

Ans. The shape of a Balloon changes when we blow air into it. The air fills the space inside the balloon and causes it to expand and change its shape.

Block 15- Proterties of Air

Q2. How do you know air is around us?

Ans. Earth is covered with a thick layer of Air. Air present all around us, we can feel it by moving our hand and when we walk.

Block 15 -Properties of Air

Properties of Air:

The properties of Air are:
1. Air has weight
2. Air Occupies Space
3. Air exerts Pressure

Monday, 9 November 2015

Sunday, 30 August 2015

Niit contact number and centers

Niit

NIIT
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D C Chowk
New Delhi
1800 102 6448
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NIIT
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HD-7, 2nd Floor, Main Metro Road, Opp. Metro Pillar No. 363, Pitampura
New Delhi
011 4711 1999
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N.I.I.T
N.I.I.T
Shivaji Place
New Delhi
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NIIT
NIIT
Guru Virjanand Marg
New Delhi
1800 102 3233
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NIIT MODEL TOWN CENTRE
NIIT MODEL TOWN CENTRE
D 2/9,Model Town III, Opp D Park
New Delhi
011 4311 1555
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NIIT Janakpuri
NIIT Janakpuri
B1/624, Janakpuri, Near District Centre, Opp Pillar No 574
New Delhi
011 2553 4455
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Niit Smartserve Limited
Niit Smartserve Limited
223-224, Udyog Vihar, Phase-1
Gurgaon
0124 400 2702
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NIIT
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Opposite Leelavati Vidya Mandir School, Gulabi Bagh, 5, Inder Chandra Shastri Marg
New Delhi
011 2364 2225
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NIIT
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Shop No. 175, 1st Floor, Rajendra Bhavan, Rajendra Place
New Delhi
011 2574 2300
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Wz-43c/1, Main Jail Road, Nangal Raya, Lajwanti Garden, Nangal Raya
New Delhi
011 6549 8969
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Palam Dabri Marg, Mahavir Enclave Part 2
New Delhi
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NIIT Delhi Dwarka Centre
NIIT Delhi Dwarka Centre
3rd Floor, lot No. 09 Mlu,sector-6 Pappankala,Dwarka
New Delhi
011 2508 4000
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A-1, Hamilton House, Opp Palika Parking, Connaught Place
New Delhi
011 4151 6457
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NIIT
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Plot No. 1, Furniture Market, Krishna Mandir Chowk, Najafgarh Phirni Rd
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House No. 4435/7, Ansari Rd
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NIIT Centre
NIIT Centre
Munirka Enclave
New Delhi
011 4104 2994
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NIIT Delhi South Extn Centre
NIIT Delhi South Extn Centre
Niit Delhi D-5 South Extn Centre, South Ex Part-2 .
New Delhi
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G-83, Above HDFC Bank, Near Sagar Ratna, Preet Vihar
New Delhi
011 4242 1369
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Faiz Raza Khan, 4th floor, 23-Kilokri Village, Near -CTC Plaza
Faiz Raza Khan, 4th floor, 23-Kilokri Village, Near -CTC Plaza
Mahatma Gandhi Marg, Block A, Maharani Bagh
New Delhi
096507 33569
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D-2, D-Block Market,Sant Lal Gupta Marg, Phase-I,Vivek Vihar, Opposite Balaji Mandir
New Delhi
099100 23142
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C-4, Second Floor, Guru Gobind Singh Marg, Malviya Nagar
New Delhi
011 4053 4716
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NIIT Delhi Dilshad Garden Centre
NIIT Delhi Dilshad Garden Centre
Dilshad Colony
New Delhi
011 6567 3198
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NIIT
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95, Janta Quaters
New Delhi
092107 32613
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Niit Imperia
Niit Imperia
Delhi Mcr, Ground Floor, 1 & 2, Charanjeev Travels, Nehru Place, Nehru Place
New Delhi
011 6000 6448
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C Block,Ocean Plaza,3rd Flr, Main Chauraha
Ghaziabad
098716 03331
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NIIT Foundation
NIIT Foundation
New Delhi
096503 37304
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TA-109, Main Okhla Rd, Opp Khana Khazana, Near Tara Apartments, Tuglakhabad Extension
New Delhi
011 6459 1800
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A-14/28B, DLF Phase 1, Gate no 10, Above Fitline
Gurgaon
0124 405 9168
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SCO -26,Old Delhi Road, Sector 14, Near ICICI Bank
Gurgaon
0124 430 0462
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NIIT Limited
NIIT Limited
B-234, Industrial Area
New Delhi
011 4140 7000
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NIIT Noida Centre
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Pocket C
Noida
1800 102 6448
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NIIT Sarita Vihar Centre
NIIT Sarita Vihar Centre
3rd Floor, LSC Building, Plot No 7, H Block market, Sarita Vihar
New Delhi
011 4057 0039
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NIIT Store
NIIT Store
Shop No.C-109, Okhla Phase I
New Delhi
011 4161 3809
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NIIT
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601-602, 6th Floor, Ocean Complex, Opp.The Great India Place, Sector-18
Noida
1800 180 6448
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NIIT Vaishali Centre
NIIT Vaishali Centre
Hall No. 2, II Floor, Mahalaxmi Tower,, Sector -4, Vaishali,
Ghaziabad
0120 437 6700
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NIIT Delhi Yamuna Vihar Centre
NIIT Delhi Yamuna Vihar Centre
B2/20A, Yamuna Vihar
New Delhi
011 4308 3550
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NIIT Delhi Mayur Vihar Centre
NIIT Delhi Mayur Vihar Centre
A-6 , veer complex,3rd floor, above J&k bank,acharya niketan
New Delhi
011 3192 1222
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NIIT Technologies Ltd
NIIT Technologies Ltd
Corporate Heights,Tapasya Building,Plot No.5,Sector 126,Greater Noida Expressway
Noida
0120 711 9101
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NIIT Delhi Vikaspuri Centre
NIIT Delhi Vikaspuri Centre
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New Delhi
011 2562 1062
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NIIT Delhi Palam Road Centre
NIIT Delhi Palam Road Centre
R.Z.D/ 3A, Main Road, Dadri Mahavir Enclave, Palam Road
New Delhi
011 6549 8968
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NIIT Delhi Model Town Centre
NIIT Delhi Model Town Centre
D-2/9, odel Town III
New Delhi
011 2741 9515
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C-56A/28, Sector - 62, Gautam Budha Nagar, Near HDFC Bank
Noida
0120 457 4851
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NIIT Kalkaji
NIIT Kalkaji
TA-109 Tughlakabad Extension, near Tara Apts.( opposite Khana Khazana), Tughlakabad Extension
New Delhi
011 4056 3000
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Wednesday, 17 June 2015

Gir National Park

At a GlanceGir National Park is the only remaining habitat of the Asiatic lion, which has been confined to this forest, since 1884 (about 239 lions were reported in 1985).The Asiatic lion is slightly smaller than its African cousin, nevertheless, a large male lion of the Gir is quite a sight to behold. The best way to observe the big cats is, of course, in their natural surroundings, at dawn and dusk, when they are on the prowl. The Forest Department does arrange lion shows every Sunday, where the spectators can watch prides of lions on the hunt. There are guided trips available, to watch these magnificent animals from a very close range. Wildlife viewing in the Gir is best done, by driving around the forest. The best drives from Sasan are, to Baval Chowk and Kankai, to Chodavdi and Tulsishyam, and to Kamaleshwar dam. Though a sturdy car would do, a jeep is definitely more appropriate.

ClimateThe Gir Forests are usually dry and arid. The greenery in the forests can be seen during the monsoon season. The summers, from April to June, are harsh with temperatures rising to 40°C. the winters, from December to February are cool and comfortable. The tourists need to carry light woolens during the summers and heavy woolens during the winters.

FloraAcacia and Banyan trees. A distinct belt of vegetation is found along the main rivers and streams. Species like the Jambu, Karanj, Umro, Vad, Kalam, Charal, Sirus and Amli are found here. These trees are mostly broad leaved and evergreen, giving the area a cool shade and the moisture content.


FaunaIn India the Lion population is spread across the states of Rajasthan, Gujarat, Haryana, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. But Gir is not just about Lions, the second most commonly found predator in the Gir is Leopard. Infact, Gir national park is also home to one of the largest Leopard populations in any park in India, and especially in the hotter season they can sometimes be seen at night close to the lodges.

Other animal residents of the Gir national park are Sambar Deer, Chital Spotted Deer, Nilgai Antelope, Chowsingha Four-Horned Antelope, Chinkara Gazelle, Wild Boar, Langur Monkey, Jackal, and Hyena and numerous birds like Paradise Flycatcher, Bonneli's Eagle, Crested Serpent Eagle, Woodpeckers Flamingo etc.

Travel TipsDo not disturb the animals during day time as most of the nocturnal animals sleep during day time.

Best Time to VisitWildlife enthusiasts can visit Gir park throughout the year, but the best period to visit the Gir Sanctuary is between the months of November and June.

Green revolution in india

Green Revolution in India was a period during which agriculture in India increased its yields due to improved agronomic technology. The "revolution" began in the 1960s, through the introduction of high-yield crop varieties and application of modern agricultural techniques, and led to an increase in food production in India. The main development was higher-yielding varieties of wheat, which were developed by many scientists, including American agronomist Dr. Norman Borlaug, Indian geneticist M. S. Swaminathan, and others. The Indian Agricultural Research Institute also claims credit for enabling the Green Revolution,[1] in part by developing rust resistant strains of wheat,[2]

The introduction of high-yielding varieties of seeds and the increased use of chemical fertilizers and irrigation led to the increase in production needed to make India self-sufficient in food grains, thus improving agriculture in India.[3] The methods adopted included the use of high yielding varieties (HYV)of seeds along with the use of modern farming methods.

The production of wheat has produced the best results in fueling self-sufficiency of India. Along with high yielding seeds and irrigation facilities, the enthusiasm of farmers mobilised the idea of agricultural revolution. Due to the rise in use of chemical pesticides and fertilizers there were negative effects on the soil and the land such as land degradation.

Which one of the following instances is returned by the ShowAsync() method of the MessageDialog class?

Which one of the following instances is returned by the ShowAsync () method of the MessageDialog class? 1. Tapped 2. TextBlock 3. ...