Top 20 Private Engineering Colleges in India – Latest Rankings

Today’s video is about Top 20 Private Engineering Colleges in India. There is a lot of competition in today’s era. All students aspire to get admission in the top colleges. All colleges are good but knowing the ranking of the colleges helps the students to decide better about their career. The top colleges have better faculty and infrastructure. The environment which is required to learn and grow is provided by the colleges. Students should do thorough research before taking admission in the desired college. The video lists the top 20 private engineering colleges in India.

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Let us see the List of Top Private Engineering Colleges in the Country. These Engineering Colleges promoted by the Private Groups / some by Public-Private partnerships are considered to be among the best Engineering Institutes in India. Best 20 Private Engineering Institutes

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Full form of SAARC, What is SAARC? The Full form of SAARC is South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation. The SAARC is an economic and geopolitical intergovernmental organization of eight countries which are located in South Asia

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Top 25 Engineering Colleges in India | List of Best 25 Indian Engineering Institutes

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This video is about the top 25 Engineering colleges in India. The rankings have been taken on the basis of Infrastructure and College Facilities, Fee Structures, Placement Statistics,
Academic Achievements of the College, College Affiliation & Approval, Faculty to Student Ratio, Student’s Preferences. The lest of Best Engineering Colleges include IITs, NITs and other colleges of eminence. IITs lead the pack followed by BHU and BITS Pilani. More info coming soon

Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kanpur, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Chennai, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Mumbai, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Roorkee, Birla Institute of Technology and Sciences (BITS), Pilani

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Board Exams (CBSE, ICSE) and JEE Main 2020 Postponed.. MHRD issues directions to UGC, AICTE, NTA, NIOS, CBSE, NCTE and all autonomous organizations under it for the postponement of all examinations till 31st March 2020 as a precautionary measure in the wake of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

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The Making of The National Movement 1870 – 1947 | CBSE Class 8 History Chapter 9 Part 2

Class 8 History Chapter 9- The Making of The National Movement: 1870 – 1947 – (Part 2 – 1915 to 1947) CBSE Class 8 Social Science lesson Notes, Question Answers – NCERT Solutions

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In 1915, Gandhi came to India from South Africa at the age of 46. Till now he had earned a name as a leader on an international level. This was so because he had led many campaigns in South Africa against racism. This brought him in contact with many types of Indians such as Hindus, Muslims, Parsis and Christians; Gujaratis, Tamils, North Indians and upper caste merchants, lawyers and workers.

In his first year, Mahatma Gandhi travelled through whole of India to understand the overall need and situation of the people. Initially, he led some local movements in Champaran, Kheda and Ahmedabad where he came in contact with Vallabhbhai Patel and Rajendra Prasad. In 1918, he led a successful millworker’s strike in Ahmedabad.
In 1919, the Rowlatt act was passed by the government which put restrictions on the fundamental rights of freedom of expression. It also strengthened the police powers. Mahatma Gandhi, Mohammad Ali Jinnah and others felt that the government had taken away the basic right of the people. Hence, Gandhiji asked people to observe 6 April 1919 as a day of non violent opposition to this Act. Satyagraha Sabhas were set up to launch the movement, hartals were done against the act. As Rowlatt satyagraha turned out to be an all India struggle, Britishers then took brutal steps to curb this down.One such was the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre which took place on 13th April 1919 (Baisakhi Day) when General Dyer ordered mass killing of the people who had gathered in the bagh to protest peacefully.
In 1920, the British imposed a harsh treaty on the Turkish Sultan also known as Khalifa. People become angry at this.The Muslim community of India wanted Khalifa to be allowed to retain control over Muslim sacred places in the Ottoman Empire. Therefore, the leaders of the Khilafat Movement, Mohammad Ali and Shaukhat Ali initiated a full fledged non-cooperation movement. Gandhiji also supported them and urged the Congress to campaign against the Jallianwala massacre, the Khilafat wrong and demanded swaraj.
As discussed earlier that Gandhiji believed in non violence, so he abruptly called for the non cooperation movement because a crowd in Chauri Chaura set a police station on fire. This incident took place in February 1922. Twenty two Policemen were killed on that day. The reason behind this incident was the firing done by the police on the peaceful demonstration by the peasants.
Gandhiji said that we have to fight for the achievement of Purna swaraj. It would not come on its own. So, in 1930 Gandhiji declared that he would break the salt law. According to this law the government had a monopoly on the manufacture and sale of salt. This meant that no one else could manufacture salt. Gandhiji declared it as a sinful tax because it was not right to impose such a law on an essential food item.

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The Making of The National Movement 1870 – 1947 Class 8 History Chapter 9 | Part 1 – (1857-1915)

The Making of The National Movement (1870 – 1947), Class 8 History Chapter 9| Part 1 – 1857-1915

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As we can infer that Indians were not happy with British rule, lets see how were different groups and classes dissatisfied.

The above-mentioned changes made people to think over a very important question that for whom were all the changes being done and India belonged to whom.

These questions led to Nationalism
The answer that they came up with was that India was a country of the people of India and people here included everyone irrespective of class, color, caste, creed, language or gender. According to them, the resources and systems were for the Indians. This led to the awareness that the resources which were meant for the people were being used by the Britishers and they were also controlling the lives of Indians.

This awareness resulted in the formation of political associations, formed after 1850, especially those that came up in the 1870s and 1880s. These associations were generally led by English educated professional let’s say, lawyers. The more prominent ones were the Poona Sarvajanik Sabha, the Indian Association, The Madras Mahajan Sabha, The Bombay presidency association and of course the Indian National Congress.

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Class 8 History Chapter 8 Women, Caste and Reform | CBSE Social Science Class 8

Class 8 History Chapter 8 Women, Caste and Reform | CBSE Social Science Class 8

In today’s world, women empowerment is one of the most important agendas of our country. They are given a number of rights such as the right to education, to work, to vote in elections, etc. But in old times it was not so. Women were deprived of many rights. They were not sent to schools and were married at an early age. Yes, it is true that many kids were married before they attained the age of 18 which now is a legal age for girls to marry.
Differences between men and women were not the only ones present in our country but there were differences among castes also. Brahmans and Kshatriyas were considered ‘upper castes’. Vaishyas who were the traders or moneylenders were placed after them and peasants and artisans such as weavers and potters were known as shudras. Those who were considered the lowest were the ones who were into the work of cleaning villages and cities. These jobs were considered as the polluting jobs by the upper castes and thus, the groups at the bottom were considered as ‘untouchables’. They were not allowed to enter temples, draw water from the upper caste group’s well. They were treated as inferior humans.

But during the nineteenth and twentieth century, many of these practices changed. Let us see how this became possible.
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Coronavirus – COVID 19 Facts, prevention, vaccine, myths about Coronavirus| 2019 Novel Corona Virus

Coronavirus – COVID 19 Facts, prevention, vaccine, myths about Coronavirus | 2019 Novel Corona Virus
Family of Viruses known as CORONA virus
2019 Novel Corona Virus is a new entrant in this family. It has transmitted from animals to humans.
It has started from Wuhan, China in December 2019.
How is 2019 Novel Coronavirus transmitted
Through Droplet infection
In case an infected person coughs or sneezes, the virus travels up to a distance of 1 -2 Metre and settles down
Anyone who contacts the infected surface, gets the virus on his hands from where it reaches nose/ mouth/ eyes and one gets infected with 2019 Novel Coronavirus
Prevention from 2019 Novel Coronavirus
Avoid close contact with an infected person
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Current Affairs February 2020 – Latest GK Current Affairs 2020 – 16 – 29 Feb 2020

Current Affairs February 2020 Part 2 – Latest GK Current Affairs 2020 – 16 – 29 Feb 2020.
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The questions covered in this video are as follows-
Q1. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh laid the foundation stone of the new ____ in New Delhi on February 21, 2020.
Q2. Name the 4th Anti submarine warfare stealth corvette built by Kolkata-based defence PSU Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers Ltd (GRSE).
Q3. The Centre has decided to rename the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA) after:
Q4. Who is the Director General of the New Delhi-based ‘Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses’ (IDSA)?
Q5. Who among the following was elected President of the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Tirth Kshetra Trust on February 19, 2020?
Q6. Retired IAS officers Bhaskar Khulbe and ___ have been appointed as Advisors to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Q7. Who has been selected as the new Central Vigilance Commissioner?
Q8. Who has been elected as the new Chief Information Commissioner in the Central Information Commission?
Q9. Kamal Kishore, Krishna Vatsa, Rajendra Singh and Syed Ata Hasnain have been appointed as the new members of:
Q10. India will chair the presidency of COP 13 to the Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals for ___.
Q11. Which country surpassed China to become India’s top trading partner with bilateral trade at $87.95 billion in 2018-19?
Q12. Katas Raj temple is in which neighbouring country?
Q13. India will be the Guest of Honour at the International Tourism Fair of ____ in June 2020.
Q14. The India-Norway Task Force on ___ Economy for Sustainable Development was inaugurated on February 18, 2020.
Q15. Who is the Indian counterpart of Sheikh Imran Abdulla of Maldives?
Q16. Which country has appointed former New South Wales premier Barry O’Farrell as the next high commissioner to India?
Q17. Barakah nuclear power plant, the first nuclear power plant in the Arab world, was inaugurated in which country recently?
Q18. Who was declared re-elected as President of Afghanistan recently?
Q19. Which species of bird was classified as “endangered migratory species” at the Convention on Conservation of Migratory Species in Gandhinagar?
Q20. Consider the following regarding Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill, 2020.
I. Widow
II. Divorced woman
III. Unmarried woman
Who can obtain a child from surrogacy?
Q21. The World Sportsman of the year award at the annual Laureus Awards in February 2020 has been jointly won by Lewis Hamilton and ____.
Q22. Who won the Male Sportsperson of the Year award at the ESPN Multi-Sport Awards in February 2020?
Q23. Which private sector bank has appointed Sunil Gurbaxani as managing director and CEO?
Q24. The Banks Board Bureau (BBB) has recommended G.R. Chinatala as the next Chairman of:
Q25. Which of the following has released a report titled “Delivering Road Safety in India”?
Q26. Who was named the EY Entrepreneur of Year 2019 recently?
Q27. Which city hosted ‘The Huddle’ – annual thought conclave of the Hindu – in February 2020?
Q28. Which state has the highest number of 748 monuments under protection of the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI)?
Q29. Union HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ launched ‘Higher Education Leadership Development Programme for Administrator’ under the auspices of ___ India Education and Research Initiative.
Q30. 4th anniversary celebration of Rurban Mission was started on February 24, 2020. The Mission is named after whom?
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Latest GK Current Affairs February 2020 Part 1 (Feb. 1 to 15th)

Latest GK- Current Affairs February 2020 Part 1 (Feb. 1 to 15th)
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The following questions have been covered-
Q1. Martyr’s Day was observed on ___, 2020.
Q2. 2019 Nobel Economics laureate Abhijit Banerjee was on January 28, 2020, conferred with honorary D Litt by:
Q3. India and ___ on February on February 2, 2020, signed five MoUs for establishing the Addu Tourism zone
Q4. Indian government’s HICDP for friendly countries is the High ___ Community Development Scheme.
Q5. What was the theme of World Wetlands Day observed on February 2, 2020?
Q6. World Wetlands Day is observed in February 2 year to mark the adoption of the Ramsar Convention in 1971. Ramsar is a city in:
Q7. India on February 2, 2020, airlifted 323 stranded Indians and seven Maldivian citizens from China’s coronavirus-hit ___ city.
Q8. Who received the Sustainable Development Leadership Award at the World Sustainable Development Summit (WSDS)?
Q9. Which of the following is the India-Bangladesh joint military training exercise organized in February 2020?
Q10. The Indian Navy on January 28, 2020, launched ____ for transporting relief material to cyclone-hit Madagascar.
Q11. Who is the Director-General of The Energy Resources Institute (TERI)?
Q12. Taranjit Singh Sandhu has been appointed as India’s Ambassador to:
Q13. Who is the President of Palestine?
Q14. Which SAARC country was readmitted to the Commonwealth on February 1, 2020?
Q15. In the Chinese lunar calendar, Year of the ____ started on January 25, 2020.
Q16. The world’s largest solar telescope is based on the Hawaiian island of Maui in US. It is named after:
Q17. NASA has decommissioned the ___ Space Telescope, which has studied the universe by detecting cosmic infrared radiation for more than 16 years
Q18. The National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) received permission from the Supreme Court for the introduction of the African cheetah from which country?
Q19. Who won Album Of The Year, Record Of The Year, Best New Artist, Song Of The Year, and Best Pop Vocal Album at the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles on January 27, 2020?
Q20. Who won the Mathrubhumi Book of the Year award in Thiruvananthapuram on February 2, 2020?
Q21. Pavan Sukhdev was awarded the 2020 ___ Prize for Environmental Achievement on January 27, 2020.
Q22. Who among the following journalists has won the outstanding media person award of the Kerala Media Academy?
Q23. Union Budget 2020-21 introduced new slabs for taxpayers opting to forego exemptions & deductions. What will be the tax rate on annual income above Rs 15 lakh?
Q24. Union Budget 2020-21 has proposed the launch of 148-km ____ suburban transport project at a cost of ₹18,600 crore.
Q25. The Fifteenth Finance Commission recently recommended States’ share in the divisible pool of tax collections at ___ for 2020-21
Q26. Pramod Agrawal on February 1, 2020 assumed charge as the new chairman and managing director of:
Q27. Which of the following is among the three pillars of the Ease of Living Index (EoLI) introduced by the Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs?
Q28. ‘Dopehri’ is a novel authored by who among the following from Bollywood?
Q29. Which of the following is Nepal’s largest hydropower project being built with India’s assistance?
Q30. Mahinda Rajapaksa visited India in February 2020. He is the ____ of Sri Lanka.

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