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Grade: 12

                        

Which part of INORGANIC CHEMISTRY is most imp for IIT-JEE?

6 years ago

Answers : (2)

Sunil Kumar FP
askIITians Faculty
183 Points
							imp topics
(1)chemical bomding and preiodic table must
(2)p block element
(3)coordination chemistry

thanks and regards
sunil kr
askIITian faculty
6 years ago
S MAHAMAD GOUSE
39 Points
							The Tempest
1.Ishabel Ross, primarily a journalist, writes about the women’s accomplishments in science, sports and literature. The essay, ‘The Extraordinary Story Of Helen Keller’ is an inspiring tale of a woman who, in spite of her multiple handicaps, fought bravely till the end of her life.2.This essay not only provides a biographical sketch of Helen Keller but also describe the qualities that made her stand out from the rest of the women of her time.Helen Keller never seemed to consider being blind, deaf and mute as three handicaps that could differentiate her from others. The present essay reveals Helen Keller’s determination to overcome all obstacles and progress bravely in life. Helen Keller was a very difficult child as she could neither comprehends what others said nor she respond.3.Helen Keller was born on 27 th June, 1880 in the little town of Tuscumbia. She was a normal baby up to 19 months. Then she had an attack of ‘fever of brain and stomach’. She was seriously ill for some time but the fever subsided suddenly. By the age of three, she became blind, deaf and mute. Yet she grew fast and was physically strong and well formed. Her inability to communicate and to hear from the rest of the world frustrated her. Her helplessness led her to frantic tantrums. She had wild gusts of rage. She would fling herself on the grass screaming in an uncontrollable manner. Her table manners were shocking and she was always dirty without washing her face or buttoning her shoes.4.Her desperate mother took Helen to the Perkins Institution where the doctors
recommended Miss Anne Sullivan as a tutor for her. She was immediately attracted by the Helen’s fine bearing and intelligent face. Anne Sullivan is a woman of great patience and determination. She gradually tamed Helen Keller and revealed her the magic and mystery of language. The bonding between the two grew stronger and they were awarded the “Cooperative Achievement of Unique Character and Far-reaching Significance” for their
remarkable achievement. Helen Keller remains till today a symbol of strength,determination and will power to fight against all odds.
						
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