• India- Different Religions and Communal Harmony
    Amity between the communities in the country and absence of friction and tension among them is known as communal harmony. In countries like India, it is very important, being a Precondition to internal peace, which is essential for progress and development of the country. As we know, India has got
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  • Value-Based Curriculum and Teaching Methodology : an Integrated Approach to Communal Harmony and National Integration
    Value-based Curriculum and Teaching Methodology : An Integrated Approach to Communal Harmony and National Integration Mohit Puri* For a country to be truly great, there must be an understanding and the appreciation of each othe
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  • Social Integration and Communal Harmony in India
    Social Integration and Communal Harmony in India In India from time immemorial, people belonging to various religious faiths lived in harmony and peace. There are fundamental values and traditions in our culture that promote integration among different communities. This was helpful for the growth o
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  • Communal Harmony
    Communal Harmony: India’s Foremost Character and Necessity * Posted by Dr. Ravindra Kumar on December 16, 2010 at 11:30am * For thousands of years Bharat, that is India, a land of unity in diversity has maintained a distinctive position among the nations of the world. People from diverse
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  • Promoting Communal Harmony
    Promoting Communal Harmony Promoting Communal Harmony In our country people belonging to various religions live in harmony, but there are occasions when the communal fabric gets disturbed, often on trivial issues. It is the responsibility of all sections of society to ensure peace and brotherhood
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  • Communal Harmony
    Role of Students in Communal Harmony It is said that the real strength of a nation depends not so much on its natural resources or on its military capabilities but rather on its students. They constitute the backbone of a nation as well as the pillar on which the national edifice is built. They
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  • communal harmony
    Role of Teacher in promoting National Integration, Peace and Sustainable Harmony Introduction: Communal problems in India have reached an endemic proportion. Each and every part of India is being affected by this problem. More and more people are becoming conscious about their own...
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  • Role of Students in Ani-Corruption
    BUSINESS STUDIES NOTES CHAPTER WISE Chapter 1 - Nature & Significance Of Management (2+5 =7 marks) Chapter 2 - Principles Of Management (3+4 = 7 marks) Chapter 3 - Business Environment (2+ 5 = 7 Marks) Chapter 4 - Planning (6 Marks) Chapter 5 - Organizing (4+ 3+3 or 6 or 6=10 marks) Chapter 6
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  • Help Seeking Behaviours of International Students in Manila
    HELP SEEKING BEHAVIOURS OF INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS IN MANILA Abstract The present study measured the intensity of acculturation and adherence of Asian values in seeking psychological help , this study also try to revel that among the this two predictor of help seeking behavior which one is best
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  • Communal Voilence in India
    COMMUNAL VIOLENCE IN INDIA AFTER INDEPENDENCE Contents i. Acknowledgement ii. Religious violence in post-modern India iii. Instances of religious terror in India iv. The Babri Masjid Demolition v. The 1992-1993 Bombay Riots vi. The 1993 Bombay Bombings vii. Anti-Christia
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  • Csr and Social Harmony in Prc
    China Begins to Take Corporate Social Responsibility Seriously: CSR and Social Harmony in the PRC©1 Edward F. Ahnert2 Abstract: This essay describes the evolution of Corporate Social Responsibility in the Peoples Republic of China. It links that evolution to the major shifts in Chinese economic pol
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  • Factors That Lead to the Achievement of Industrial Harmony, That Create the Environment for Best Practices in Management
    CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1. Introduction Industrial harmony has been viewed as an abstract concept. It is ideal and its existence is not felt in most organizations, as they are unstable and chaotic, resulting in tense working environment. This has been shown by the fact that most employers tend
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  • Role of Police
    Chapter 1 Functions, Roles and Duties of Police in General Introduction 1. Police are one of the most ubiquitous organisations of the society. The policemen, therefore, happen to be the most visible representatives of the government. In an hour of need, danger, crisis and difficulty, when a c
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  • Communal Riots in India
    March 2004 IPCS Research Papers Communal Riots in India A Chronology (1947-2003) B Rajeshwari -0- Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies Communal Riots in India A Chronology (1947-2003) B Rajeshwari Communal riots have become a distinct feature of communalism in India. Whenev
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  • harmony
    Harmony is tuning of our lives to those around us and the natural world that sustains our wellbeing. We listen and watch so that we can move in time with that Great Dance in which we all have a small part. To live in harmony requires that we be conscious of the hopes and needs that...
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  • role of bureaucracy in Indian administration
    In the modern administrative system of India, the role bureaucracy or the Civil Service is undeniable. A very common concept of bureaucracy is that, it is the ‘combination of organizational structure, procedures, protocols and set of regulations in place to manage the functions of large...
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  • The Role of Teachers in Restoring Peace and Harmony in the World
    (A) Author : J.V.L.NARASIMHA RAO (B) Institute : RAJIV VIDYA MISSION (S.S.A ), E.G.Dt, AP (C) Email-id : narasimharaojvl@yahoo.com (or) vlnraojagatha@gmail.com (D) Mobile / telephone number : 9701759549, 08856272990 (E) Title of the abstract
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  • Role of state and police in wake of communal riots
    ROLE OF THE STATE AND POLICE IN THE WAKE OF COMMUNAL RIOTS In view of J.W.Garner, an important feature of the Sate is that “the body of inhabitants renders habitual obedience to the organized government.” There are several institutions and agencies working meticulously round the clock to...
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  • Impact of Academic Facility User Fees on University Students
    CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.0 Introduction This chapter presents background information on the topic, “Academic Facility User Fees and its Impact on University Students”. It also contains the statement of the problem, objectives of the study, research questions, limitations and delimitations o
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  • Gifted Students and Social Stigma
    Gifted Students and Social Stigma Gifted Students and Social Stigma Philosopher Benedict Spinoza said, "Man is a social animal" (Kaplan 278). The desire for social acceptance, whether recognized or denied, is part of human culture. People yearn for it, obsess over it, and alter themselves to obt
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