Explanation : The acronym 'WYSIWYG' in internet
technology stands for 'What You See Is
What You Get'. WYSIWYG is used to refer
to computer editing systems that make it as
easy as possible for users to create and edit
documents, presentations and other types
of digital works. A WYSIWYG editor
accomplishes this by providing users with
an interface that allows them to visually see
what their final result would look like as they
create it or make changes to it.
Explanation : The acronym 'SWAYAM' stands for 'Study
Webs of Active Learning for Young Aspiring
Minds' . SWAYAM is the indigenous platform
of the MHRD, GOI providing an integrated
portal and platform for hosting Massive
open online courses (MOOCS) developed
under the aegis of 'The National Mission
on Education through Information and
Communication Technology (NMEICT)'.
Explanation : Standing bodies of fresh water are often
divided into categories that reflect levels
of biological production. On the basis of
biological production the water bodies are
divided into Oligotrophic lakes, Eutrophic
lakes and Mesotrophic lakes.
Oligotrophic lakes are those that are
unproductive: net primary production is only
between 50 and 100 milligrams of carbon per
square metre per day, nutrients are in poor
supply, and secondary production is depressed.
Explanation : Dissolved oxygen refers to the level of free,
non·compound oxygen present in water or
other liquids. It is an important parameter
in assessing water quality because of its
influence on the organisms living within
a body of water. The actual amount of
dissolved oxygen (in mg/L) will vary
depending on temperature, pressure and
salinity. The solubility of oxygen decreases
as temperature increases. This means that
warmer surface water requires less dissolved
oxygen to reach 100% air saturation than
does deeper, cooler water.
Explanation : National Education Commission (1964·
1966), popularly known as Kothari
Commission was set up on 14th July 1964.
It aimed at examining all aspects of the
educational sector across the country. The
Commission advised the Government on
national pattern of education and on the
general principles and policies for the
development of education at all stages and
in all its aspects.