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How to reach Meerut Institute of Technology ,NH-58, BARAL Partapur, bypass road, meerut, up-250103

Hello Friends Today i will tell you about a exam center- MIT Meerut NH-58, BARAL Partapur, bypass road, meerut, up-250103 So without wasting time lets start the route process:  Exam centre is located towards bypass road meerut, so if you are from meerut then you have to come outside of meerut towards modinagar.  But i will be telling you the path from Delhi.  1. If you are from Delhi, then you should reach Anand Vihar Metro station/Railway Station/Bus Stand.  2. After coming out of Anand Vihar metro station, just cross the road and come to  Kaushambi Bus stand (you can easily reach by help of locals or google maps).  3. Due to unavailability of other resources, currently bus route from Kaushambi to Meerut will suit all aspirants to reach exam centre (may be in future metro route will be available)  4. Bus will directly drop you on the gate of exam centre, so just tell conductor to inform you before reaching there or you can take help of Google map to keep track of the route

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GA Study Notes On STRUCTURE OF THE ATMOSPHERE

The Earth is surrounded by a layer of gas called the atmosphere.The atmosphere extends up to a height of about 1,600 kilometres.  The atmosphere is composed of: Nitrogen (78.09%), Oxygen (20.95%), Argon(0.93%),  Other gases(0.03%) Air pressure As we go up the layers of the atmosphere, the pressure falls rapidly. The air pressure is highest at sea level and decreases with height. In areas where the temperature is high the air gets heated and rises. This creates a low-pressure area. Low pressure is associated with cloudy skies and wet weather.In areas having a lower temperature, the air is cold. It is therefore heavy. Heavy air sinks and creates a high-pressure area.High pressure is associated with clear and sunny skies. Our atmosphere is divided into five layers starting from the earth’s surface.  These are Troposphere, Stratosphere, Mesosphere, Thermosphere and Exosphere. 1.Troposphere:  This layer is the most important layer of the atmosphere.  Its average height is 13 km.Th

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