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  • POPULATION, IRRIGATION AND POWER

    POPULATION Explain the population growth in India after the Independence 1. The population growth has been relatively higher after the Independence of the country. 2. Population growth rate has exceeded 20% in each decade ever since 1961. 3. After Independence, the highest decadal growth rate 24.8 percent was registered in 1971 and it was followed […]

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  • Economics – INDIAN ECONOMY

    UNIT – I INDIAN ECONOMY   I. Answer the following:- 1. What are the characteristics of Indian economy during the British Period? The Indian economy experienced heavy exploitation during the British period. 1. There was a continuous exploitation of economic resources, material wealth and natural habitat by the British rulers, which has resulted in the […]

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  • Bachelor of Science

    BACHELOR OF SCIENCE APPENDICES DEMOGRAPHIC VARIABLES Age in year a)11-13 b)14-16 c)17-19 Age in Menarche a)<12 b)12-15 c)>15 Education a)Lliterate b)Primary c)Secondary d)HigherSecondary Marital Status a)Married b)Un Married Family Income a)< Rs 1000 b)Rs 1000-5000 C)>Rs 5000  

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  • Bachelor of Science

    BACHELOR OF SCIENCE SUGGESTIONS FOR FURTHER STUDY A similar study can be undertakenwithin a larger sample. The study can be conducted to assess the knowledge and also the practice regarding the care during menstruation The study can be conducted to find the effectiveness of teaching methods such as stracture liaching programme A comparative study can […]

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  • Bachelor of Science

    BACHELOR OF SCIENCE CHAPTER – VI SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION   This chapter presents the summary and conclusions. Due to some cultural and religeous restrictions, many young girls is our country take appropriate and sufficient information regarding the care during menstreation and hygienc, causing in correct and unhealthy behaviour during their menstruel period.  This burden, unfortunately, […]

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