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What is Entropy?

Reading Time: 2 minutes The entropy of a substance is a real quantity, just like pressure, volume and temperature. Its unit is joule/Kelvin (J/K).

What is Crystal structure

Reading Time: 2 minutes A crystal is a solid whose constituent atoms, ions or molecules are closely packed in a regular fashion with repeating pattern in three dimensions.

What is Draft Tube?

Reading Time: 2 minutes A draft tube is a pipe of gradually increasing diameter which connects the exit of runner of a turbine to the tail race.

Tidal Power Plants

Reading Time: 2 minutes In Tidal Power plants, tidal energy gets generated. It is renewable source of hydro energy which is available due to rise and fall of tides.

What is the Break-Even Point?

Reading Time: 2 minutes The break-even point is that sales level at which a corporation produces exactly zero profit given a hard and fast amount of fixed costs.

What is e-RUPI?

Reading Time: 2 minutes e-Rupi is designed as a digital payment system which enables users to access the service with the help of SMS or QR bar.

What is Free Energy?

Reading Time: 2 minutes free energy refers to the amount of internal energy in a thermodynamic system that is available to do work. There are different forms of thermodynamic free energy

What is Petrol refining?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Petroleum Refining is defined as the industrial process of production of useful petroleum products from crude oil. The crude oil in its raw form is a dark and sticky liquid which is not useful. To get the usable products from the crude oil, it needs to be refined.

What is CDBC ?

Reading Time: 2 minutes CBDC is a national digital currency or digital form of fiat currency of a country.

What is NEFT ?

Reading Time: 2 minutes NEFT stands for National Electronic Fund Transfer is a centralised payment system of India.

What is NPCI ?

Reading Time: 2 minutes NPCI is an initiative of the Reserve Bank of India and Indian Bank Association in order to promote the digital payment and settlement system of India at retail level.

What is Cost Function?

Reading Time: 4 minutes The relationship between output and cost is expressed in terms of cost function. The companies use cost function to minimize cost and maximize production efficiently.

What is a payment bank?

Reading Time: 2 minutes It accepts demand deposits under current deposits, and savings bank deposits from individuals, small businesses and other entities. It issues ATM / Debit Cards. Payments banks, however, cannot issue credit cards. It makes payments and remittance services through various channels including branches, Automated Teller Machines (ATMs), Business Correspondents (BCs) and mobile banking. It also provides internet banking services to the users. It accepts remittances to be sent to or receive remittances from multiple banks under a payment mechanism approved by RBI, such as RTGS / NEFT / IMPS. It undertakes other non-risk sharing simple financial services activities, not requiring any commitment of its own funds, such as distribution of mutual fund units, insurance products, pension products, etc. with the prior approval of the RBI and after complying with the requirements of the sectoral regulator for such products.

What is general insurance ?

Reading Time: < 1 minute General insurance, also referred to as non-life insurance, is related to insurance of properties, assets, real estate, gazettes, automobiles etc.

What is Free Electron Theory?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Drude and Lorentz gave classical free electron theory of metals theory in 1900. Another name for this is Drude –Lorentz theory of metals.

What is Faraday’s law?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Faraday’s law gives the idea about how an electromotive force comes into action when a magnetic field interacts with an electric circuit.

What is IFRS 15?

Reading Time: 2 minutes In IFRS 15 Revenue should be measured by the amount charged to the client for the sale of goods or services.

What does Accounting mean?

Reading Time: 3 minutes Accounting is as old as money itself. As a child, commercial activities were based on barter systems, so record keeping was not necessary.

What is Case Law?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Case Law are the ones created through legislative bodies, including Congress, at each the federal and country levels. While this form of regulation strives to form our society through supplying guidelines . Guidelines, it’d be Read more…

What is Bragg’s law?

Reading Time: 2 minutes W. L. Bragg gave a simple explanation for the study of crystal structure by using the phenomenon of diffraction and name it is as Bragg’s law.

What are the functions of Lok Sabha?

Reading Time: 2 minutes The functions of Lok Sabha are described in the following: 1. Legislation Its legislative powers and functions extend to all subjects on the Union List and Simultaneous List. In case of emergency, its jurisdiction may Read more…

What is Cost Push Inflation?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Cost push inflation occurs when supply costs rise or supply levels fall. As long as demand remains the same either will drive up prices

What is Isoquants?

Reading Time: 2 minutes isoquant is a combination of any two factor inputs that represents and produce the same level of output.

What is Cost Analysis?

Reading Time: 3 minutes Cost analysis is concerned with determining the money value of input used for production which is called as overall cost of production.

What is Chirality?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Chirality is an important property of asymmetry in many branches of science. A chiral molecule or ion exists in two stereoisomers that are mirror images of each other, called enantiomers

What do you mean by President’s rule?

Reading Time: 2 minutes The President’s rule refers back to the suspension of kingdom authorities and the imposition of direct authorities of the Centre. The critical authorities’ takes direct manager of the kingdom in question and the governor will Read more…

What is Scrum?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Scrum is a particular kind of Agile framework. Scrum is a method of working that is iterative.

What is HTML?

Reading Time: 2 minutes HTML stands for Hyper Text Markup Language, and it is the most extensively used programming language for creating web pages.

What are HTML Tags?

Reading Time: 2 minutes HTML tags are similar to keywords in that they specify how a web browser will format and display text.

What is Optical activity?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Optical activity is the ability of a chiral molecule to rotate the plane of plane-polarised light.some organic compounds cause the rotation of polarized light

What are Elastomers?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Elastomers are polymers showing properties of both viscosity and elasticity and are also called viscoelasticity. The molecules of elastomers held together by weak intermolecular forces

What are Kinetic theory of gases

Reading Time: 2 minutes It is a theoretical model which details the molecular composition of the gas in terms of a huge number of sub microscopic particles that contain both atoms and molecules.

What is Euler’s modified method?

Reading Time: 4 minutes This method was given by Leonhard Euler. Euler’s method is the first order numerical method for solving ordinary differential equations with given initial value.

What is Cauchy’s integral theorem?

Reading Time: 4 minutes The integration of a function of a complex variable along an open or close curve in the plane of the complex variables is known as complex integration. Cauchy's integral theorem is the part of complex integration.

What are beta and gamma functions?

Reading Time: 3 minutes functions play an important role in mathematics. A function defines a specific correlation between the two data sets. Beta and gamma functions are from the group of Euler’s integral functions.

What is a Snubber Circuit?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Snubber Circuit is the one used for suppressing voltage spikes. These are energy absorbing circuits. RC circuits are basic snubber circuits.

What is curve tracing?

Reading Time: 8 minutes curve tracing- a picture speaks more clearly than words and numbers. A curve which is the image of functional relationship gives us a lot information about the relation.

What are the matrix operations?

Reading Time: 4 minutes A matrix is the rectangular arrangement of arrays, that we arrange in rows and columns. the term “Matrix” was coined by James Joseph Sylvester in 1850. In this blog we are going to discuss about the matrix operations

What is CPU Scheduling?

Reading Time: 2 minutes CPU Scheduling is the process of determining which process will have exclusive use of the CPU while another is paused.

What is Cross Drainage Work?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Cross Drainage work is constructed for crossing canal water safely over or under the drainage water.It should be avoided if possible.

What are Rivers?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Rivers are part of the surface water which flows from their source region to their mouth. The importance of river depend on length, width etc.

What is Weir?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Weir is a crest wall constructed across a river to divert raise water of river into canal. Crest wall across a river raises the water.

What is Spillway?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Spillway is the passage provided for disposal of surplus flood water on the downstream side without affecting stability of water.

What is Arch Dam?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arch dam is seen curved in plan with its convexity to the upstream side. It transfers the pressure towards the abutments by arch action.

What is Piezometer?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Piezometer is a instrument which measures the pore water pressure in a soil medium. It can be installed within structure of dam.

What is Floods?

Reading Time: 2 minutes The load carrying capacity of river ganga is reduced so the load is deposited on the bed of the river to make it shallow.

What is Fiscal Policy?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Fiscal Policy refers to the methods employed by the government to influence and monitor the economy by adjusting taxes and/or public spending

What is Disaster Management?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Disaster management is natural or manmade hazard which results in events causing damage on large scale destruction of human life .

What is precipitation ?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Precipitation: The water in the form of a pond or lake or the groundwater is derived from the precipitation.

What is Aggregate ?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Aggregates are the major ingredient of concrete which occupy 70 to 80 % of the volume of concrete. It increases the density of the concrete mix.

What are Diastereomers?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Diastereomers are compounds that can be defined as having similar sequence of bonded elements and same molecular formula, they are however non superimposable and non-mirror images