• Promoting Communal Harmony
    awareness about communal harmony and national integration, the Foundation extends assistance to state administrations and non-governmental organizations for holding debates, seminars, workshop, painting, poster, slogan or essay writing competition, musical and cultural programmes, kavi sammelans and...
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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 community...
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  • Political
    of as many deserving cases as possible are Aimed at creating awareness about communal harmony and national integration, the Foundation extends assistance to state administrations and non-governmental organizations for holding debates seminars, workshop, painting, poster, slogan or essay...
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  • English honers
    ...[continues] 643 words essay on Communal Harmony in India 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...
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  • Value-Based Curriculum and Teaching Methodology : an Integrated Approach to Communal Harmony and National Integration
    per the curriculum designed for the students. |100 |0 |0 | |1(c) |Means of assessing accurate teaching must be established. |94 |2 |4 | | On the basis of highest number of responses out of hundred, we can suggest about reliablity and validity in teaching for promoting communal harmony. Teaching...
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  • Biography of Narendra Modi: A Political Phenomenon
    'average student' from Vadnagar tutored himself to take greater steps on a national level. Family Although there isn't enough about Modi's personal life in the public domain, the political discourse sometimes throws up bits of facts and stories. He was born into a middle class family of six in...
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  • Essay
    Policy 35. Fundamental Rights – Bedrock of Indian Democracy 36. Communal Harmony VS Internal Security 37. Reservation in Private Sector 38. Coalition politics: boon or bane 39. do we need a Lokpal? 40. The Kashmir issue 41. Creation of smaller states and the consequent administrative , economic and...
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  • Constitution of India
    integration, communal harmony etc. The students are expected to analyze and suggest ways and means to establish a stronger social democracy and a just society. 3. Frequency Dr. Ambedkar Foundation National Essay Competition for students of recognized Schools / Colleges / Universities / Institutions...
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  • National Integration
    of unity among the citizens. 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 so that all round...
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  • Countering Terrorist in Singapore
    Strategy, 11. 150 sizing the importance of the National Education Program for school children. IRCCs in particular were created in order to promote inter-communal harmony alongside “multi- racialism,” a Singaporean variant of multiculturalism, while also aiming to increase greater understanding...
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  • Role of Individual in National Integration
    Individual’s role in National Integration and Communal Harmony At various stages of India’s history since the Independence, the nation has faced various challenges to its integration both from external as well as internal forces. While the threats from external forces have been successfully...
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  • Truth Is That Which the Community Settles to
    Pamela Aragon TOK Essay 1 February 17, 2012 “Truth is that which the community ultimately settles down.” (Charles Pierce) The human race, ever since its existence began, has been seeking truth. Living in a limited spherical space has forced us to adapt to communities. This has involved...
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  • The Role of Police
    Sarah Minhia, a French national and student of politics at Institute of Political Studies Lille, France (Institut d’ etudes politiques de Lille, France) had recently visited Malegaon for her research work on the Communal Riots in Malegaon. Malegaon has seen several communal riots in the past. But...
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  • No Name Woman
    anything about her or tried to convince her family to accept the fact that she had existed. 2. What evidence in the essay supports the view that the Chinese villagers favored males over females? In the essay it says that “to be a woman, to have a daughter in starvation time was a waste”. Also in...
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  • Obasan (Criticism)
    captures Naomi's new-found peace in a paradoxical yet hopeful image of stone and water in harmony, in the reflection of the moon on the river: Though her own shoes are "mud-clogged" and heavy, Naomi can envision "water and stone dancing" in a "quiet ballet, soundless as breath." Source: Anthony Dykema-VanderArk, in an essay for Nov-els for Students, Gale, 1998....
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  • National Integration
    river water and over territory. People vote on the basis of caste and not on basis of merit. Linguism is another threat to national integration. The need of the day is to keep communal harmony in India. Political parties can play an important role. They must teach people that they are Indians first...
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  • The Freedom Writers
    also emphasizes the importance of social capital and associational or inter-communal form of civic engagement for harmony and development. The plot The storyline of the movie takes place in the early 1990’s, about two years after the Los Angeles riots which occurred on grounds of racial...
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  • Woman Managers
    organisations, have been working towards bringing about communal harmony. After six years, about 35 per cent of the minor conflicts, which went on to become a communal riot, have been resolved. When Aman Samuday organised one such workshop, it witnessed a riotous scene. “Almost 80 per cent of the tribals...
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  • prof
    Essay       Harry C. Triandis, PhD Professor Emeritus, Department of Psychology ð   University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign   STUDENT NAME: MAKARAND PATIL ID NUMMBER: 11004027 Abstract     Harry Triandis was a physiologist in the department at the...
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  • Essay
    . Science and Technology – Blessing or Curse? 37. Should the Rapist be sentenced to Death? (Delhi gang rape) 38. Should the Examination System be Overhauled ? 39. Should the Prostitution be legalized? 40. Students and Politics 46. Communal Harmony VS Internal Security 47. Necessity of an...
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