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Day 2 – Q 5.The ideological moorings of the freedom movement derived its intellectual fodder from Bengal. Elucidate.

5. The ideological moorings of the freedom movement derived its intellectual fodder from Bengal. Elucidate. स्वतंत्रता आंदोलन के वैचारिक भावों ने बंगाल से अपना बौद्धिक चारा प्राप्त किया। स्पष्ट करें। Introduction: An Ideology specifically means a system of ideas or ideals on which one bases his or her political or . . . Read more

Day 2 – Q 4.How did Gandhi’s arrival change the discourse of the nationalist movement? Did it make the movement more inclusive and representative? Critically comment.

4. How did Gandhi’s arrival change the discourse of the nationalist movement? Did it make the movement more inclusive and representative? Critically comment. गांधी के आगमन ने राष्ट्रवादी आंदोलन के प्रवचन को कैसे बदल दिया? क्या इसने आंदोलन को अधिक समावेशी और प्रतिनिधि बना दिया? आलोचनात्मक टिप्पणी करें। Introduction: Gandhiji’s . . . Read more

Day 2 – Q 3.The freedom fighters were infatuated by the ideals of socialism. How did it reflect upon the freedom struggle? Comment.

3. The freedom fighters were infatuated by the ideals of socialism. How did it reflect upon the freedom struggle? Comment.   स्वतंत्रता सेनानियों को समाजवाद के आदर्शों ने काफी प्रभावित किया था। इसने स्वतंत्रता संग्राम को कैसे प्रभावित किया? टिप्पणी करें। Introduction: 1917 onward, The Great October Socialist Revolution of . . . Read more

Day 2 – Q 2.The British rule in India witnessed several peasant movements. Why did peasants rebel against the British? What were the most common underlying factors? How did peasants mobilize against the rule? Discuss.

2. The British rule in India witnessed several peasant movements. Why did peasants rebel against the British? What were the most common underlying factors? How did peasants mobilize against the rule? Discuss. भारत में ब्रिटिश शासन में कई किसान आंदोलन हुए। किसानों ने अंग्रेजों के खिलाफ विद्रोह क्यों किया? सबसे . . . Read more

Day 2 – Q 1.What role did Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar, a key figure of the Bengal Renaissance, play for the emancipation of women? Discuss.

1. What role did Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar, a key figure of the Bengal Renaissance, play for the emancipation of women? Discuss. महिलाओं के उद्धार के लिए बंगाल पुनर्जागरण की प्रमुख शख्सियत ईश्वर चंद्र विद्यासागर ने क्या भूमिका निभाई? चर्चा करें। Introduction Pandit Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar was a 19th century intellectual. . . . Read more

Day 78 – Q 4. It is estimated that India will experience a strong heat wave during the summer season. What threat does it pose to people? What first aid should be given to a person suffering from a heat stroke?

4. It is estimated that India will experience a strong heat wave during the summer season. What threat does it pose to people? What first aid should be given to a person suffering from a heat stroke? Introduction A Heat Wave is a period of abnormally high temperatures, more than . . . Read more

Day 78 – Q 3. Urbanisation has been linked with habitat loss but there are several species which have nicely adapted to the urban environment. Illustrate.

3. Urbanisation has been linked with habitat loss but there are several species which have nicely adapted to the urban environment. Illustrate. Introduction Urbanization is process of global scale changing the social and environmental landscape on every continent. Formation of cities and urban infrastructure leads to habitat destruction. But there . . . Read more

Day 78 – Q 1. According to a report, 90% of technical graduates in India are unemployable. What are the reasons behind it? What repercussions does it have on job market in India?

1. According to a report, 90% of technical graduates in India are unemployable. What are the reasons behind it? What repercussions does it have on job market in India? Introduction: As per a study by employability assessment company Aspiring Minds created a stir by claiming that 95 per cent of . . . Read more