• Higher Education and National Development a Corelation
    HIGHER EDUCATION AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT 01 General Role of Teachers The significance and the role of the teaching profession in any society flows out of what society expects from education at a human level, what role it assigns to education in national development and what goals of developm
    Premium 4192 Words 17 Pages
  • Role of Smes in National Development (Case Study of India)
    ABSTRACT SMEs form the backbone of the Indian manufacturing sector and have become engine of economic growth in India. It is estimated that SMEs account for almost 90% of industrial units in India and 40% of value addition in the manufacturing sector. This paper closely analyses the growth and
    Premium 2095 Words 9 Pages
  • Information and Communication Technology Development Opportunities and the Role of Youth
    Information and Communication Technology: Development Opportunities and the role of Youth SESAN, O. O. Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. Published in This Day Newspaper; Vol. 7, No 2265, Page 25. Thursday, July 5, 2001.   1. IN
    Premium 642 Words 3 Pages
  • Role of Youth and Millennium Development Goals : Challenges and Opportunities
    "Role of Youth and Millennium Development Goals : Challenges and Opportunities" Introduction Millennium Development Goals are eight international development goals that all 192 United Nations member states and at least 23 international or organizations These eight time-bound goals provide
    Premium 832 Words 4 Pages
  • Role of Technology Parks in National Development
    ����������������������������������� ������������ ������������������� �������������� ����������������ï¿
    Premium 87621 Words 351 Pages
  • Sustainable Urban Development in India
    SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA: SOME ISSUES by Basudha Chattopadhyay INTRODUCTION Sustainable development means attaining a balance between environmental protection and human economic development and between the present and future needs. It means equity in development and sectoral act
    Premium 7174 Words 29 Pages
  • Emerging Trends in Ifrastructure Development in India
    Social Infrastucture Development In India ABSTRACT India’s rise in recent years is a most prominent development in the world economy. India has re-emerged as one of the fastest growing economies in the world. India’s growth, particularly in manufacturing and services, has boosted the sentim
    Premium 3016 Words 13 Pages
  • Government Educational Scheme for Rural Development in India
    Premium 12805 Words 52 Pages
  • Entrepreneurship Development in India
    Entrepreneurship Development in India 1.1 Introduction – There are so many institutes and organizations which are involved in entrepreneurship development activities and there are people who join these programmes as a stepping stone to become entrepreneur. It is a known fact that so many man
    Premium 19405 Words 78 Pages
  • Role of Youth
    Role of Youth for a Positive Pakistan Arsalan Ahmed Khan SE - Metallurgy Engineering This essay has secured first position in SME Intellectual writing contest 2010 Junior Category. The destiny of a nation is vested with the youngsters. These are the people if guided correctly; they can modify th
    Premium 1503 Words 7 Pages
  • The Role of Nigerian Students in National Development
    The meaning of feminism has shifted throughout history along with the roles and responsibilities of women. Women in the 1950s were expected to find fulfillment in ironing and in baking the perfect rosemary chicken, and they were discouraged from pursuing a career. The goal of feminism was to liberat
    Premium 6413 Words 26 Pages
  • Role of Youth and Millenium Development Goals
    INTRODUCTION: "This world demands the qualities of youth: not a time of life but a state of mind, a temper of the will, a quality of imagination, a predominance of courage over timidity, of the appetite for adventure over the life of ease." - Robert Kennedy According to the population survey t
    Premium 3042 Words 13 Pages
  • Role of Youth Millennium Development Goals
    [pic] |[pic]|Help build the future of Wikipedia and its sister projects! |[Hide] [Help us with translations!] | | |Read a letter from Jimmy Wales and Michael Snow. | | Mamata Banerjee From W
    Premium 3384 Words 14 Pages
  • Training and Development in India
    TRAINING INITIATIVES AT PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK Submitted To: Dr. Debashish Sen Gupta Area Chairperson Human Resource Alliance Business School Submitted By: Aakanksha Agnihotri Registration No: 08PG143 Punjab National Bank Profile Since its humble beginning in 1895 with the distinction of being the fir
    Premium 1254 Words 6 Pages
  • Development of India
    Nagpur Improvement Trust (NIT) is a local civic government body with the task of developing new areas within city limits of Nagpur, India and maintaining existing city infrastructure. Trust works along with Nagpur Municipal Corporation(NMC) which is an elected body of city representatives(Corporator
    Premium 1995 Words 8 Pages
  • Role of Youth in Democracy
    YOUTH’S ROLE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF DEMOCRACY Facing a world in a vertiginous transformation, the social and personal construction in East Timor is indispensable. In a process of transformation that will lead East Timor to peace and tranquility and eventually to a true democratic country, a count
    Premium 593 Words 3 Pages
  • Organization Development in India
    Introduction In today's highly turbulent business environment, 'change' has become an inevitable part of life. Organizations that do not change when needed or are not sensitive to the need for change do not survive long. The revolution in the form of IT is reshaping the core competencies needed i
    Premium 899 Words 4 Pages
  • Role of Youth in Politics
    ROLE OF YOUTH IN POLITICS Politics is science to manage the country or state. Youth is young blood of nation and active worker of nation. So, it is very necessary and demand of nation that he must take all the responsibility for managing whole country. Without entering in politics, he can not do an
    Premium 334 Words 2 Pages
  • Role of Youth in Peace
    Mahatma Gandhi used the term “Satyagraha” to refer to a kind of active but absolutely non-violent resistance to oppression. In his words: “Truth (satya) implies love, and firmness (agraha) engenders and therefore serves as a synonym for force. I thus began to call the Indian movement Satyag
    Premium 1693 Words 7 Pages
  • Remote Sensing in India
    REMOTE SENSING IN INDIA In India, the direct benefits from space technology and the applications driven approach adopted by the Indian Space Remote Sensing Programme have firmly established its immense potential to cater to the needs of national development. The evolution of National Natural Reso
    Premium 1308 Words 6 Pages