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औद्योगिक प्रक्रमों की सूची The availability of electricity and its effect on materials gave rise to several processes for plating or separating metals.
मिश्रित प्रणाली शिक्षा ब्लेंडेड शिक्षा तकनीकी साधनों पर निर्भर है। इस शिक्षा का सार्थक असर होने के लिए यह साधन विश्वसनीय और अद्यतन होने चाहिए। इनका प्रयोग आसान होना चाहिए। IT literacy can serve as a significant barrier for students attempting to get access to the course materials, making the availability of high-quality technical support paramount.
स्याहगोश Adult caracals dwell either alone or, less commonly, in pairs. Females inhabit relatively small home ranges, varying from , depending on the local availability of prey. While the females actively defend their territory against other females, the males roam over much larger areas of with considerable overlap.
बेस स्टेशन उपतंत्र A BSC is often based on a distributed computing architecture, with redundancy applied to critical functional units to ensure availability in the event of fault conditions. एक BSC अक्सर एक वितरित अभिकलन वास्तुकला पर, अतिरेक महत्वपूर्ण कार्यात्मक इकाइयों को गलती की स्थितियों की घटना में उपलब्धता सुनिश्चित करने के लिए आवेदन के साथ आधारित है। Redundancy often extends beyond the BSC equipment itself and is commonly used in the power supplies and in the transmission equipment providing the A-ter interface to PCU. अतिरेक अक्सर BSC उपकरण स्वयं से परे रहता है और सामान्यतः बिजली की आपूर्ति में प्रयोग किया जाता है और पारेषण उपकरण PCU करने के लिए एक-Ter इंटरफेस प्रदान करने में.
जौनसार बावर Traditionally, due to abject poverty, arising from infertile land and adverse climatic conditions in the region, bonded labour has been a fact of life, but the situation improved after the implementation of the 'Bonded Labour Abolition Act, 1976', when over 20,000 bonded labours were reported from the region, but practise never left the region, and in 2005, presence bonded labourers was reported again in the Jaunsar Bawar region, especially amongst poorest of the tribal communities, like Koltas, Das and Bajgi communities, who are entrapped in the bonded labour for generations, by their rich counterparts in the tribal belt, this is despite the fact that, due to not availability of local land records, the government had made a separate legislation for this area, 'The Jaunsar Bawar Zamindar Abolition of Land Reform Act 1956 (U.P. Act XI of 1956)', which came into effect in July 1961.