Noise Pollution – Meaning, Measurement, Sources and Effects   Noise Pollution: Everything You Need to Know How is Noise Measured? What are the sources of Noise Pollution? What are the effects of Noise Pollution?   Noise Pollution – An Overview Noise has been well defined as “unwanted sounds” which is being “dumped” into the atmosphere...

Renowned Environmentalists of India Most Prominent Environmentalists of India/ 13 Environmentalists You Must Know/ Famous Environmentalists from India i. Salim Ali Salim Ali was an Indian ornithologist and naturalist; known as the “birdman of India”, Salim Ali was among the first Indians to conduct systematic bird surveys across India. He was instrumental in creating...

Soil Pollution – Meaning, Sources and Effects   Topics Covered i. Meaning of  Soil Pollution / Soil Contamination ii. Sources of Soil Pollution iii. Effects of Soil Pollution   Soil Pollution Meaning Unfavourable alteration of soil by addition or removal of substances and factors which decrease soil productivity, quality of plants and ground water...

Water Pollution- Meaning, Types , Sources and Effects   Topics Covered i. Meaning of Water Pollution ii. Types of Water Pollution iv. Sources of Water Pollution v. Effects of Heavy Metal Water Pollution on Man   Meaning of Water Pollution The term ‘water pollution’ is referred to the addition to water of an excess of material or energy like heat that...

Environment and its Components   Concept of environment and its components/Segments of Environment/Elements of Environment/Different Layers of Environment   Definitions Environment is a multi-dimensional systems of complex inter-relationships in a continuing stage of change. It is in totality of all social, biological and physical or chemical individually...

THE ENVIRONMENT (PROTECTION) ACT, 1986   Environment Protection Act,1986 is an Act of the Parliament of India. In the wake of the Bhopal Tragedy, the Government of India enacted the Environment Protection Act of 1986 under Article 253 of the Constitution. Passed in March 1986, it came into force on 19 November 1986. It has 26 sections and 4 chapters. The...

Daily MCQs on UGC NET In this  section we upload MCQs on UGC NET on daily basis. You can use it for the preparation of National Eligibilty Test . This section contains  study material in the form Multiple Choice Questions Answers . These Questions Answers can also be used for the preparation of Junior Research Fellowship(UGC NET JRF) exam. You can also follow...

Jammu and Kashmir will be a Union Territory with an assembly while Ladakh will be a Union Territory without an assembly. The special status given to Kashmir through the constitution of India has ended. Home Minister Amit Shah informed Parliament that Article 370 has been abolished with the President signing an order that comes into effect “at once.”...

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          Facilities Layout/Plant Layout The success of a manufacturing plant depends on the location of the plant and proper layout of the facilities. Layout problems are fundamental to every type of organization/enterprise and are experienced in all kinds of undertakings. The efficiency of manufacturing depends on how well the various machines, production...

General Conditions for Site Selection/Plant Location Selection An ideal location is one where the cost of the product is kept to a minimum, with a large market share, the least risk, and the maximum social gain. Every entrepreneur is faced with the problem of deciding the best site for locating of his plant or factory. Selection of plant location is important for...