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    Application Conflict Resolution & Peace – Building Consumer Affairs Creative Writing (English) Creative Writing (Hindi) Creative Writing (Urdu) Disaster Management Entrepreneurship and small Business Family & Child Development Film Studies Globalization Indian Art Labour & Development in India Legal...
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  • DOWRY SYSTEM
    Dowry system in India From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search This article may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia's quality standards. The specific problem is: reference formatting. Please help improve this article if you can. (March 2013) In India, dowry (Hindi...
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  • Child Labour
    Child Labour - Presentation Transcript MARY LUCAS SCHOOL&COLLEGE * CHILD LABOUR * A Presentation from * Class 9th Student 1. INTRODUCTION CHILD HAS BECOME AN IMPORTANT “SOCIAL ISSUE” IN A DEVELOPING COUNTRY LIKE INDIA 2. CHILD LABOUR * Child labour represent...
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  • “The Indo-Trinidadian family retains much of their cultural heritage. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement?”
    India after their five (5) years of service. Within time, the East Indians learnt of the European deeds and their ways as many of these indentured labours were treated the same as the African slaves. At the end of their five year contract, some of them choose to stay as they were granted a sum of...
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  • T657Y
    and onwards) CLASS11th 1. Podcast your views on water conservation (links may be given in the report){ roll no.1 -20} 2. The students may device programmes/ records suggestions for cleaning up river Yamuna(roll no.21 onwards) IX A ENGLISH 1. Project on ‘Child Labour ’. 2. Write up on ‘ criminals...
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  • Paper Bollywood
    generating employment. It is another matter that farmers can greatly benefit only when their productive resources of land, labour, capital and technology are available in the free market. This is indeed remarkable. For a long time, the British actually did not enter the picture in Hindi films. In...
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  • Indian Economy
    Night work of women is violated in factories, particularly export oriented ones. The total child labour in India is 23.17 million as per ILO. There are hundreds of cases of violations. For example, in garments factories in Delhi, there are instances, where women were not allowed to go home at night...
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  • Family Plannig
    view, since English is the lingua franca of the world, its total replacement by Hindi would cut India off from the rest of the World. “Indian Independence is a success story.” 1. India’s progress, over the past half-century since Independence, has been unique and commendable in many ways. The...
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  • Developing Countries
    of population control, other reasons may include high income inequality, lack of apropriate fund management and the internal commotion that resides within the country. For example, India lacks unity, because although the most common language spoken is Hindi, only 41% of the population speaks it...
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  • Literacy
    child labour and send all of their children to school." As head of an extension program at the University of Hyderabad in 1987, she organized a three-month-long camp to prepare children rescued from bonded labour to attend school. Later, in 1991, she guided her family’s Mamidipudi Venkatarangaiya...
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  • Literacy
    organizations such as ITC, Rotary Club, Lions Club and Agaram Foundation have worked to improve the literacy rate in India. Mamidipudi Venkatarangaiya Foundation Shantha Sinha won a Magsaysay Award in 2003 in recognition of "her guiding the people of Andhra Pradesh to end the scourge of child...
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  • Developmental Changes Observed on the Students Provided Soft Skill Training
    steady decline in the incident of child labour in India. This has been indicated in Census 2001 and also by NSSO. To combat the issue of child labour in India, a National Child labour Project was approved by the Cabinet on 14th August, 1987, during the Seventh Five Year Plan Project. Under the...
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  • Is India Really Independent?
    produce goods they can’t produce in their own country for the same money, even if it means ignoring the safety regulations. Child labour is still common, and not a lot of eyebrows are raised when a ten year old boy serves us a cup of tea. Hundreds and thousands of people have been, and are being...
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  • Punjab Uni
    (1501) Gandhian and Peace Studies Paper-I: Economic Thought of Mahatma Gandhi (1507) Geography Paper-I: Geography of India (1512) Public Administration Paper-III: Group-A: Health & Educational Administration (1569) Group-B: Company and Co-Operative Laws (1578) Group-C: Labour Laws and Administration...
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  • Singh
    , Mainframe Technologies, Web Application with PHP / MYSQL LLM (Only after including papers on Labour and Labour Laws) (Subject to approval from Bar Council of India bodies and other apex bodies*. Till 2012-13 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 3. Andhra Pradesh University of English & Foreign...
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  • Articles on Current Issues
    Industries and Information Technology. | | 3. | Shri. K. M. Mani | Minister for Finance, Law and Housing. | | 4. | Shri. K. P. Mohanan | Minister for Agriculture, Animal Husbandry,Printing and Stationery. | | 5. | Shri. Shibu Baby John | Minister for Labour and Rehabilitation. | | 6...
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  • My India
    like play, Play is an essential part of education. 12. All education should be imparted through the mother tongue. 13. The child should be taught Hindi-Urdu as the national language, before he learns letters. www.mkgandhi.org Page 167 India of My Dreams 14. Religious education is...
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  • Essay
     56) Varanasi, United Provinces, British India | Pen name | Nawab Rai | Occupation | Writer, Novelist | Language | Hindustani (Hindi-Urdu) | Nationality | British Indian | Notable work(s) | Godaan, Bazaar-e-Husn, Karmabhoomi, Shatranj ke khiladi | Spouse(s) | Shivarani Devi | Children...
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  • Essay on Munshi Premchand
    Munshi Premchand (Hindi: मुंशी प्रेमचंद, Urdu: منشی پریم چند), (July 31, 1880 – October 8, 1936) was a famous writer of modern Hindi-Urdu literature. He is generally recognized in India as the foremost Hindi-Urdu writer of the early twentieth century. He is a novel writer, story writer, dramatist...
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  • Subhas Chandra Bose
    towards life. In England, he exchanged ideas on the future of India with British Labour Party (UK) leaders and political thinkers like Lord Halifax, George Lansbury,Clement Attlee, Arthur Greenwood, Harold Laski, J.B.S. Haldane, Ivor Jennings, G.D.H. Cole , Gilbert Murray and Sir Stafford Cripps . He...
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