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Category Archives: Science & Technology

The PM-WANI (Prime Minister Wi-Fi Access Network Interface) is an aspirational program related to Wi-Fi networks was announced by the DoT (Department of Tele-Communications). The… Read More
A centralized database of fingerprints called the National Automated Fingerprint Identification System has been deployed in India. NAFIS is a database and matching system for… Read More
Science and Technology Notes for UPSC are very much needed to go through if you’re an IAS aspirant and want to know what’s currently trending… Read More
Ethanol Blended Petrol Programme (EBP) is an initiative by the Government of India (GoI) under the National Policy on Biofuels. It was launched in the… Read More
A fertilizer is an organic or inorganic substance, natural or artificial that supplies one or more of the required nutrients for plant growth. Fertilizers provide… Read More
Rabies is a viral illness that may be prevented by staying away from animals. The rabies virus attacks the central nervous systems of animals, resulting… Read More
Before delving into the Ecological Importance of Algae, let us first define Ecology, Types of Algae, and why it is so important. Ecology is the… Read More
The Nano Mission was introduced by the Indian government in May 2007 as an “umbrella capacity-building program“. It was launched with an allocation of Rupees… Read More
Agriculture is the primary source of the Indian economy. Agriculture employs  58% population of the country and contributes 19.9 % of the total GDP. 70… Read More
You may be surprised to learn parasitic worms can feed on human blood. Although some people laugh at having worms in their bodies, it is… Read More
Genetic Engineering is the process of modifying an organism through the artificial manipulation, reconfiguration, and replication of DNA or other molecules such as nucleic acids.… Read More
The Environment Protection Act was introduced in India in 1986 to address the growing impact of pollution on the environment, health, society, and economy. The… Read More
We found many diseases which are caused by bacteria. Some common bacterial infections in humans are pneumonia, tuberculosis, tetanus, typhoid, etc. The bacteria responsible for… Read More
Even after 75 years of independence and celebrating Amrit Mahotsav, our beloved country is facing problems evident in the Vedic period. The discrimination among genders… Read More
Samudrayaan program or Deep Ocean Mission is an Indian endeavor focusing on deep-ocean exploration in India’s exclusive economic zones and continental shelf. The program includes… Read More