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1  शुद्ध वर्तनी    2 . अमानक वर्ण 

 (i)  -शुद्ध वर्तनी ➨ बर्तन की शुद्ध " वर्तनी " क्या है ?
बर्तन का शुद्ध वर्तनी ➨ "बर्तन " का शुद्ध वर्तनी   "बरतन "है ∣

  (ii) . अमानक वर्ण - हिंदी में बहुत से ऐसे वर्ण हुआ करते थे ,जो की वर्तमान समय में चलन में नहीं है ,अथवा हिंदी के मूल वर्णो में शामिल नहीं है।  इस प्रकार के  सभी वर्ण " अमानक वर्णो " की श्रेणी में  आते हैं Ι
 अर्थात वे   " वर्ण " जो पूर्व में तो मान्य रहे हो ,परन्तु वर्तमान वर्णमाला के दृस्टीकोण   से मान्य न  होते हो , अमानक वर्ण है ।
अमानक वर्ण क्या है ➨ ऐसे वर्ण जिनका कोई " मानक " न हो , तथा जो सर्वमान्य न हो " अमानक " वर्ण है , अथवा ऐसे वर्ण जिनका पहले तो मानक रहा हो परन्तु वर्तमान समय में उनका कोई " मानक " न  हो अमानक वर्ण कहलाते है ।

अमानक वर्ण किसे  कहते है ➨ जब कोई वर्ण वर्तमान परिपेक्ष्य  के मानकों  पर खरा नहीं उतरता अथवा वर्तमान में स्वीकार वर्णमाला में शामिल न  हो , अथवा पूर्व में स्वी…

protecting the environment essay 200 words

protecting the environment essay 200 words


protecting the environment essay 200 words

protecting the environment essay 200 words





Question - 1 - Who is called "Dum Ghantu Gas"?



Answer - Carbon Manoxide.



Question-2 - What type of physical problem does nitrogen oxide (HO2) cause?

Answer - Lung diseases, throat problem, etc.

Question 3 - Nitrogen oxide (HO2) reacts with atmospheric moisture, which acid produces?

Answer: Nitrous acid (HNO3)

Question-4 - What type of physical problem or sickness is caused by sulfur oxide?

Answer: Throat-eye-nose irritation, breathing problem etc.

Question-5 - What is the main reason for excess of "Chlorofluorocarbon" (CFC) in our atmosphere?

Answer - Air conditioners, refrigerators, and various such devices.

Question - 6 - What kind of side effects do "ultraviolet rays" have on our body?

Answer - Side effects like skin cancer and cataracts occur.

Question-7 - "Red Fort" is made of which stone?

Answer - Sandstone.

Question-8 - What are the main types of forests, name it?

Answer - There are mainly forest-14 types.
1- Tropical wet evergreen forest.
2 - Tropical semi-wet mangrove forest.
3- Tropical moist deciduous forest.
4- Coastal and tidal forests.
5 - Tropical dry deciduous forest.
6- Tropical Thorn Forests.
7 - Tropical dry evergreen forest.
8-tropical broad-leafed mountain forest.
9- Angular forest
10- Dry evergreen forest.
11- Manten Adra temperate forest.
12- Himalayan dry temperate forest.
13 Himalayan moist temperate forests.
14 Sub-Alpine and Alpine Forests.

Question - 9 - In the total area of ​​the forests - "Sub - Alpine and Alpine Forests" is located on what percentage of the area?

Answer - Located at 2.55% percent part.

Question - 10 - In what percentage of the total area of ​​the forests - "Himalayan moist temperate forest" is located?

Answer - Located at 5.12% percent part.

Question - 11 - On what percentage of the total area of ​​the forests - "Himalayan dry temperate forest" is located?
Answer - Located at 0.84% ​​percentile.

Question - 12 - In the total area of ​​the forests - "Menten Adra temperate forest" is located on what percentage of the area?

Answer - Located at 0.69% percent part.

Question-13 - In the total area of ​​the forests - "Dry evergreen forest" is located on what percentage of the area?

Answer - 0.03% is located on the percentage part.

Question-14 - In the total area of ​​the forests - "Angular forest" is located on what percentage of the area?

Answer - Located at 2.7% percent share.

Question - 15 - On what percentage of the total area of ​​the forest - "tropical broad leaf mountain forest" is located?

Answer - 2.69% per cent is located on the part.

Question-16 - In what percentage of the total area of ​​forests - "Tropical dry evergreen forest" is located?

Answer - 1.13% per cent is located on the part.

Question-17 - In what percentage of the total area of ​​forests - "Tropical Thorn Forest" is located?

Answer - 2.25% per cent is located on the part.

Question-18 - In the total area of ​​the forests - "Tropical dry deciduous forest" is on what percentage of the area?

Answer - 43.87% is located at the percentage share.

Question-19 - In what percentage of the total area of ​​forests - "Coastal and tidal forests" is located?

Answer - Located at 0.69% percent part.

Question-20 - In what percentage of the total area of ​​forests - "Tropical moist deciduous forest" is located?

Answer - 20.73% is located on percentage part.

Question-21 - In the total area of ​​forests - "Tropical semi-wet mangrove forest" is located on what percentage of the area?

Answer - 22 .79% is located on the percentage portion.

Question-23 - In what percentage of the total area of ​​the forests - "Tropical wet evergreen forest" is located?

Answer - 2.92% is located on the percentage part.

Question - 24 - What is "Very dense forest"?

Answer - Forests in which the density of the environment is 70% or more. Are called "very dense forests".


Question - 25 - What is "normal dense forest"?

Answer - forests in which the density of the atmosphere is 40 to 70%. Are called "common dense forests".

Question-26 - What is "open forest"?

Answer - forests in which the density of the atmosphere is between 10 and 40% percent. They are called "open forests".


Question - 27 - What is a "bushy forest"?

Answer - forests in which the density of the atmosphere is less than 10%. They are called "shrub forests".

Question-28 - Which year was declared by the United Nations General Assembly as the "Year of International Forest"?

Answer - On the year 2011.

Question-29 - When was the "Botanical Survey of India" established?

Answer - On 13 February - 1890.

Question - 30 - Who was the founder of "Botanical Survey of India"?

Answer - "Sir GeorgeKing"

Question-31 - Where is the headquarters of "Botanical Survey of India" located?

Answer - Kolkata.

Answer - 2.69% per cent is located on the part.

Question-32 - In what percentage of the total area of ​​forests - "Tropical dry evergreen forest" is located?

Answer - 1.13% per cent is located on the part.

Question-33 - In what percentage of the total area of ​​forests - "Tropical Thorn Forest" is located?

Answer - 2.25% per cent is located on the part.

Question-34 - In the total area of ​​the forests - "Tropical dry deciduous forest" is on what percentage of the area?

Answer - 43.87% is located at the percentage share.

Question-35 - In what percentage of the total area of ​​forests - "Coastal and tidal forests" is located?

Answer - Located at 0.69% percent part.

Question-36 - In what percentage of the total area of ​​forests - "Tropical moist deciduous forest" is located?

Answer - 20.73% is located on percentage part.

Question-37 - In the total area of ​​forests - "Tropical semi-wet mangrove forest" is located on what percentage of the area?

Answer - 13 .79% is located on the percentage portion.

Question-38 - In what percentage of the total area of ​​the forests - "Tropical wet evergreen forest" is located?

Answer - 2.92% is located on the percentage part.

Question - 39 - What is "Very dense forest"?

Answer - Forests in which the density of the environment is 70% or more. Are called "very dense forests".

Question - 40 - What is "normal dense forest"?

Answer - forests in which the density of the atmosphere is 40 to 70%. Are called "common dense forests".

Question-41 - What is "open forest"?

Answer - forests in which the density of the atmosphere is between 10 and 40% percent. They are called "open forests".

Question - 42 - What is a "bushy forest"?

Answer - forests in which the density of the atmosphere is less than 10%. They are called "shrub forests".

Question-43 - Which year was declared by the United Nations General Assembly as the "Year of International Forest"?

Answer - On the year 2011.

Question-44 - When was the "Botanical Survey of India" established?

Answer - On 13 February - 1890.

Question - 49 - Who was the founder of "Botanical Survey of India"?

Answer - "Sir GeorgeKing"

Question-50 - Where is the headquarters of "Botanical Survey of India" located?

Answer - Kolkata.
Question-51 - When was the "Forest Survey of India" established?

Answer - On 1 June 1981.

Question-52 - Where is the headquarters of "Forest Survey of India" located?

Answer - Dehradun.

Question-53 - "Forest Survey of India" comes under which ministry?

Answer - Ministry of Environment, Government of India.

Question-54 - Published by "Forest Survey of India" - What is the name of the report?

Answer - State of Forest Report.

Question - 55 - When was the first publication of the State of Forest Report published by "Forest Survey of India"?

Answer - In 1987.

Question- 57 - Express your views on the Water Pollution Act of 1974?


essay on environment pollution

Answer - Water pollution has become a major problem all over the world. In which wells, tube wells, ponds, lakes, seas, oceans, etc., all the water sources which are inside or outside the land are getting polluted. There are many direct and indirect reasons why all these water sources are polluted.

Keeping all these problems of pollution in mind, an Act was made for this. Whose name is the Water Pollution Prevention and Control Act 1974.



Water Pollution Prevention and Control Act 1974 - The Water Pollution Prevention and Control Act 1974 has a total of 8 chapters and 64 sections. The purpose of this Act is primarily to prevent or control water pollution.



The states of India where the Act was first implemented are as follows.

Assam, Bihar, Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu - Kashmir, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Tripura, West Bengal etc. All states and union territories implemented this Act.



Objectives of the Prevention and Control of Water Pollution Act 1974 - The Prevention and Control of Water Pollution Act 1974 has the following objectives.



(1) Control of water pollution



(2) Prevention of water pollution or taking steps towards how to deal with water pollution.



(3) How can water be maintained with quality.



(4) How can water be brought back to the east.



Pollution of water is punishable under the Prevention and Control of Water Pollution Act 1974. The Act establishes an administrative system at the Central and State levels, known as the "Water - Pollution Board".



(ii) Amendment of Water Act (1988) - Under this "Amendment of Water Pollution Prevention and Control Act 1974", a amendment was made in 1988, in which the powers given to the Center and the States in this Act were further expanded. . Also, there was a provision for civil litigation in particular.

(iii) Water Pollution Prevention and Control Cess Amendment Bill 1991 - The Prevention of Water Pollution and Control Cess Amendment Bill 1991 provided for a "cess" on water. It provided for the commercial use of water such as - in industry, and - "cess" on domestic use. Under this Act - 3 months imprisonment (on violation of this act) or a monetary of Rs. 10,000 (ten thousand) There is a provision of punishment or both.



Question 2 - Describe the measures to control floods?



Answer 2 - Due to excessive rain or lack of proper management of water, we have to face a crisis like flood. The flood crisis in our country is emerging as a big crisis, which is becoming impossible to control. We have so far failed to find any concrete solution for the flood.



This crisis is increasing in our country, if it is not stopped in time or no concrete steps are taken for it, then there will be loss of public wealth, as it is.

But the question arises that how do we deal with this terrible natural disaster. In our country, where one part is facing water crisis, the other and terrible floods are causing loss of public wealth.

To emerge from the flood crisis, we can take the following measures, which are as follows.



(1) Plantation - Trees keep soil tied, and reduce their erosion. Therefore, we should plant more and more trees in flooded areas. So that there is no erosion and erosion of the land. In addition, trees are also helpful in increasing ground water.



(ii) Construction of Dam - Due to construction of dams, the water level in the rivers does not become high or decreases in getting high. Because whenever the water level rises, the dam is controlled to increase the level in which the water is diverted from an increased level to a lower level. Due to which the increased water is controlled and the flood is reduced.

Therefore, we can control floods to a great extent by building dams.



(iii) Sanitation in water bodies - We should keep all the water bodies, rivers, ponds clean. They should be periodically cleaned, and their sustainable capacity should be measured. Because if sustainable capacity is working, then from time to time, you should try to increase or increase it.


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