Physics – Fundamental Quantities and Units

Physics – Fundamental Quantities and Units Fundamental units: The parts of a physical amount that cannot be obtained from each other are called the basic units. For example, in mechanics, meters, kilograms and seconds are the basic units for length, mass and time. • Derived units: The units of other end quantities derived from the … Read more

Important facts of computer history

Important facts of computer history • IBM scientist John Backers in 1957 AD Developed the programming language FORTRAN. • Committee formed under the chairmanship of Dr. Grace Hopper in the year 1960 Kodasil (CODASYL) has developed high-end Developed special programming language COBOL (COBOL). • American scientist Thomas Kurts and Dr. John in 1965 Kaimany uses … Read more

Continent of Europe – the world’s most densely populated continent

Continent of Europe – the world’s most densely populated continent • The continent of Europe is the sixth continent in the world. Only the continent of Australia is smaller than this. Europe is the only continent which, despite being the most densely populated continent of the world, is very rich and developed. It is 1/5 … Read more

Industrial Development Efforts in India’s Industrial Policies and Five-Year Plans

Industrial Development Efforts in India’s Industrial Policies and Five-Year Plans The contribution of industries is very important in the rapid economic development of any country. The industrial sector not only contributes significantly to the national income of the country. Rather, providing employment to millions of people, as well as making possible the use of natural … Read more