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A strong foundation is what sets apart winners from the losers.
Most of the competitive exams are designed to test the aptitude, comprehension or the analytical abilities of students. The basic difference between boards and competitive exams is that where the boards are focused on the knowledge & understanding of a subject the competitive exams are focused on the application and analysis of the subject. Dishas Board + PMT Foundation Biology (Class 9) are designed with a balance between the two. The book will act as a bridge between boards and competitions.
The book deals with the concept in detail discussing all important aspects of the topic. The theory is empowered with the inclusion of:
1. Check points
2. In the Lab
3. Do you know?
4. Idea box
5. Knowledge enhancer
6. Mind map
Another powerful aspect of the book is its Exercises. Exercise 1 includes a lot of formative and summative exercises based on the new pattern of education. The book contains around 1435 Formative and Summative questions. The various types of questions included are
1. Fill in the Blanks
2. True / False
3. Matching based question
4. Very Short answer questions
5. Short answer questions
6. Long answer questions
7. Hots questions
8. Passage fillers
9. Open ended questions
10. Activity based questions
11. Chart based questions
12. Cross word puzzle questions
Exercise 2 has been specifically prepared for competitive exams and is based on the new pattern of these exams. The book contains around 725 competition level questions divided into 6 types of questions. The various types of questions incorporated are:
1. Multiple choice questions (MCQ 1 correct)
2. MCQs with more than 1 option correct
3. Passage based questions
4. Assertion reason type questions
5. Multiple matching
6. Subjective questions
Solutions to selected questions have been provided at the end of each chapter.
Table of contents : -
1. The Fundamental Units of Life
3. Diversity in Living Organisms
4. Why do We Fall Ill?
5. Improvement in Food Resources
6. Natural Resources
7. Origin of Life