1- Union Information and Broadcasting ministry recently gave an indication to change which of the following laws on a larger scale, as the existing provisions of the Act are inadequate … Read more
World Wide G.K #13 1. Homi Bhabha Prize is given for a special contribution in which of the following fields? (a) Theoretical Physics (b) Nuclear Energy (c) Laser Physics (d) … Read more
Around 70% of the country’s population lives in rural areas. Thus, the development of rural India shall reflect development of the whole country. For this to happen, an intensive focus on conservation of natural resources and use of sustainable technologies will have to become a prerequisite. In our villages, millions still cook using fossil fuels in earthen wares. Their exposure to smoke causes serious health hazards.
DEVELOPMENT OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY IN MODERN INDIA ★ 1947–1967: ★ Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru, first Prime Minister of India initiated various reforms to promote higher education in the field of … Read more
DEVELOPMENT OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY IN MEDIEVAL INDIA During the medieval period ( eleventh to eighteenth century) science and technology in India was influenced by two scenarios: First is the … Read more
DEVELOPMENT OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY IN ANCIENT INDIA Good knowledge of measurement and geometry is shown in the town planning of Harappa. The Sulvasutras are supposed to be the origination … Read more