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INDIA 2017 – A Reference Annual by Publication Division

INDIA 2017 – A Reference Annual by Publication Division

india-2017India 2017- A Reference Annual is a comprehensive digest of country’s progress in different fields. The book deal with all aspects of development-from rural to urban, industry to infrastructure, science and technology, art and culture, economy, health, defence, education and mass communication. The sections on general knowledge, current affairs, sports and important events, are a must read for comprehensive understanding of these fields. With its authenticity of facts and data, the book is a treasure for students, researchers and academicians.

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Study Materials (Books/Guides) on All Competitive Examinations

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Immunization Schedule followed in India

Immunization Schedule followed in India

S.No.

Age

Vaccine

Dosage

1.

New Born

BCG

One dose

2.

15 days

Oral polio

First dose

3.

6th Week

DPT and Polio

First dose

4.

10th Week

DPT and Polio

Second dose

5.

14th Week

DPT and Polio

Third dose

6.

9-12 Months

Measles

One dose

7.

18-24 Months

DPT and Polio

First booster

8.

15 Months – 2 years

MMR vaccine

One dose

9.

2-3 years

Typhoid vaccine

Two doses at one month gap

10.

4-6 years

DT and Polio

Second booster

11.

10th year

TT and Typhoid

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12.

16th year

TT and Typhoid

Second booster

  • BCG – Tuberculosis vaccine
  • DPT – Diphtheria, Pertussis, Tetanus vaccine (Trible antigen)
  • MMR – Mumps, Measles, Rubella
  • DT – Diphtheria, Tetanus (Dual antigen)
  • TT – Tetanus Toxoid

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The Northern Great Plains of India

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 The Northern Great Plains

The great plains lie between the mountains of the north and the peninsular plateau of the south. It extends over a length of 2400 km. It has a width of 2400 km in Bihar to 500 km in Punjab.

 The Great Plains is a flat low lying land made up of Alluvium – the fine silt brought down by the rivers. The plain in the past was a huge depression where the rivers have deposited layers of alluvial sediments. The three big rivers draining this region are Indus, Ganga and Brahmaputra. They collect their water from Himalayan glaciers. The rivers cross the lofty Himalayan range through narrow deep gorges or deep canyons and enter the plains. Geologists consider that these three rivers were older than the Himalayas that as the Himalayas lifted themselves up, the rivers have eroded their valleys. The northern plains are the youngest as they are made up of sediments laid down by the denudation of the Himalayas. The surface relief of Great Plains are classified into four types based on the structure of soil.

  • The Bhabar lies all along the foot hills of siwalik. It is a pebble – studded zone of porous beds. It is a narrow belt with 8 to 16 kms.
  • The Terai belt is marked by excessive dampness with the growth of thick forest and a variety of wild life.
  • The Bhangar is the older alluvium of the plain.
  • The Khadar is the new alluvium of the plain. They form a continuous belt of alluvium. These plains may be subdivided into the following basins. i) The Indus basin ii) The Ganga basin iii) The Brahmaputra basin iv) The Ganga – Brahmaputra Delta.

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