Explanation : As on 31 December 2019, electricity produced
in India by thermal powers is 230701.42 MW,
Hydro power produced 45399.22 MW while
and Nuclear Power produced 6780 MW. Thus
the electricity produced by nuclear plant in
India is least among all the sources.
Explanation : Methane (CH4) is one of the trace gases in the atmosphere that is considered to play a major role in greenhouse effect. Natural wetlands; paddy rice fields; emission from livestock production systems; biomass burning ; anaerobic decomposition of organic waste in landfills; and fossil are the main sources of Methane (CH4).
Explanation : Impacting Research Innovation and
Technology (IMPRINT) is the first of its
kind MHRD supported Pan-IIT + IISc joint
initiative to address the major science and
engineering challenges that India must
address and champion to enable, empower
and embolden the nation for inclusive growth
and self-reliance. IMPRINT provides the
overarching vision that guides research into
areas that are predominantly socially relevant.
Explanation : Traditional teaching-learning strategies were
more or less teacher-centric, with learners
remaining as passive learners, e.g., lecture
method and in-box thinking. Non-traditional
strategies hold the learner as the most
important stakeholder and focus on students'
needs more than anything else, as regards
resource materials and learning standards.
These promote out-of-the box (creative)
thinking and develop skills, attitude and