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Chapter 1 - Ecology - Basic details with Levels of Hiearchy Part- 1 (in Hindi)
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സർ ഒരു ഡൌട്ട് :- Ipc 377 കേസ് Naz ഫൌണ്ടേഷൻ and Nct of ഡൽഹി കേസ് and Navtej sing vs യൂണിയൻ of IND കേസ് എന്തെങ്കിലും ബന്ധം ഉണ്ടോ 2 ലും sir പറഞ്ഞെ HOMOSEXUALITY LEGALIZE ചെയ്തു എന്നാണ്
no Naz foundation case il ee vidhiyil ethyittylla...it's 2013
Shabeeb C
10 months ago
sir ഗൂഗിൾ and Quora നോക്കിയപ്പോൾ Naz Foundation v. Govt. of NCT of Delhi(2009) is a landmark Indian case decided by a two-judge bench of the Delhi High Court, which held that treating consensual homosexual sex between adults as a crime is a violation of fundamental rights protected by India's Constitution. The verdict resulted in the decriminalization of homosexual acts involving consenting adults throughout India. This was later overturned by the Supreme Court of India in Suresh Kumar Koushal vs. Naz Foundation, (2013) in which a 2 judge bench reinstated Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code. However, even that was overturned by a 5 judge bench in Navtej Singh Johar v. Union of India in 2018, decriminalizing homosexuality once again.
Salin
10 months ago
sir thanna classil Naz foundation case ennu paranjirunnu...appo aa case il enthaa vidhi. hope u will make it clear..
Shabeeb C
10 months ago
@സലീന അത് ഡൽഹി കോർട്ട് വിധിച്ചത് ആണ് 2009 ൽ then എഗൈൻ കേസ് സുപ്രീം കോർട്ട് ൽ വന്നപ്പോ sc court ആ വിധി അസാധു ആക്കി (2013) then എഗൈൻ it Navtej sing vs Union of IND (2018 ) SC court held that homosexual is legal Total 3 part 🙂🙂
Salin
10 months ago
thank you shabeeb
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Thanks a lot mam. We all support you. Your courses help us a lot.
WELL EXPLAINED ....SO LUCIDLY EXPLAINED .....AND THANK YOU SOO MUCH FOR THESE LESSONS....U R THE BEST TEACHER BUT PLEASE CONSIDER THAT DON'T USE HINDI TOO MUCH LIKE TRANSLATING THE WORD INTO HINDI.. PLEASE
Beautifully explained Mam. thanku so much for this wonderful course ❤️👍👏🤘. God bless you.
thank you so much .....thanks a million & well explained 👌😊
mam plzzz btao ncert series next kb se start hoga
  1. SHANKAR IAS - SUMMARY EMIRONMENT AND ECOLOGY CRASH COURSE


  2. Environment Book Summary Presented By Aartee Mishra pptbac


  3. CHAPTER 1 ECOLOGY (Part -1) pptbac


  4. Ecology Ecology: the study of how organisms interact with each other and with their physical environment. Ecologists organize their study into several levels (ecological hierarchy) Total area of Earth where living things are found Biosphere A single living thing Organism Population Community Ecosyste Living community + physical environment Same species sharing a habitat Different populations interacting in a particular area


  5. ECOLOGY Ecology is a scientific study of the reciprocal relationship between organisms (including microbes, plants, animals, man) with their environment. It deals with the ways in which organisms are moulded by their environment, how they make use of environmental resources including energy flow and mineral cycling. The term ecology was coined only as late as 1868. It has been derived from two Greek words namely, 'Oikos' meaning home or place to live in and 'logos' meaning study. Literally it is the study of the home of nature. Ecology is defined as a scientific study of the relationship of the living organisms with each other and with their environment pptbac



  6. HISTORY OF ECOLOGY . The roots of ecology lie in Natural History which is as old as human civilization itself. Since early history, man has indulged in ecology in a practical sort of way, knowingly and unknowingly. In primitive societies every individual was required to have an intimate knowledge of his environment for their survival, i.e., about the forces of nature and of plants and animals around him . Our ancient Indian texts have references to ecological principles. The classical texts of the Vedic period such as the Vedas, the Samhitas, the Brahmanas and the Aranyakas- Upanishads contain many references to ecological Samhitas, tnya references to ecolgicrJ concepts. pptbac



  7. . The Indian treatise on medicine, the Caraka Samhita and the surgical text Susruta Samhita show that people during this period had a good understanding of plant and animal ecology. These texts contain classification of animals on the basis of habit and habitat, land in terms of nature of soil, climate and vegetation; and description of plants typical to various localities . Caraka Samhita contains information that air, land, water and seasons were indispensable for life and that polluted air and water were injurious for health. pptbac


  8. Charak: The Father of Indian Medicine


  9. Concept of environment . The relationship and interaction Components of Environment Abiotic betweern environment are highly complex. No organism can live aloneE without interacting with other Radiation organisms. organism and Biotic Green plants Non-green plants nergy So each organism has otherTemperature& heat fow Decompoers organisms as a part of its Water environment. Each and everything Atmospheric gases and wind with which we interact or whichFire Parasites Symbionts Animals Man we need for our sustenance forms our environment. Gravity . The environment is not static. lopography Both biotic and abiotic factors areSoil in a flux and keeps changing Geologic substratum continuously.


  10. LEVELS OF ORGANISATIONS IN Individual ECOLOGY . The main levels of Population organisation of ecology are six and are as follows. Community Individual Ecosystem Organism is an individual living being that has the ability to act or function independently It may be plant, animal, bacterium, fungi, etc. It is a body made up of organs, organelles, or other parts that work together to carry out on the various processes of life Biome Biosphere pptbac


  11. They depend only on the sun's energy from outside and are independent of the inputs and outputs from adjacent communities. E.g: tropical ever green forest in the North-East Minor Communities These are dependent on neighbouring communities and are often called societies. They are secondary aggregations within a major community and are not therefore completely independent units as far as energy and nutrient dynamics are concerned. .g: A mat of lichen on a cow dung pad. Structure of a community In a community the number of species and size of their population vary greatly. A community may have one or several species. The environmental factors determine the characteristic of the community as well as the pattern of organisation of the members in the community. pptbac


  12. The characteristic pattern of the community is termed as structure which is reflected in the roles played by various population, their range, the type of area they inhabit, the diversity of species in the community and the spectrum of interactions between them. pptbac


  13. THANK YOU pptbac