ISSN NO : 2321-5488
Volume:III Issue:I July,2015
RIGHT TO EDUCATION THE REVOLUTIONARY CHANGE OF INDIAN SOCIETY
Mahesh Kumar Rachiyata , Sangeeta Rachiyata
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SWAMI VIVEKANANDA once said "Traveelling through many cities of Europe and observing in them the comforts and education of even the poor people, there was brought to my mind the state of our own people, and I used to shed tears. What made the difference? Education was the answer I got". Therefore, to a nation education is the best investment on its precious human resource for the all-round development of its people. Hence the founding fathers of our constitution had laid down that the state should introduce free and compulsory education for all children below 14 years of age. However it is unfortunate even after six decades of the Republic, today we still have 35 per cent illiterates in our population. It is heartening, at least after over six decades of Independence the road block preventing the nation's march towards all-round prosperity is being cleared through the Right to Education (RTE) Act 2009 which provides for free and compulsory education for children between six to 14 years of age.

ATTITUDE OF TEACHERS’ TOWARDS MID-DAY MEAL
Kamalesh Sarkar and Dibyendu Bhattacharyya
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The government of India initiated the National Programme of Nutritional Support to Primary Education (NP-NSPE) on 15th august 1995. The objectives of the scheme are to help the improvement of the effectiveness of primary education by improving the nutritional status of primary school children. Initially, the scheme was implemented in 2408 blocks of the country to provide food to students in class I-V of government, government aided and local body run schools. Under this programme, a cooked mid-day meal with 450 calories and 12 gram of proteins is provided to all children enrolled in classes I to V. In October 2007, the scheme included students in upper primary classes of VI to VIII, and the name was changed from National programme for Nutrition Support to Primary Education to National programme of mid-day Meals (MDM) in schools. In this scheme, meals are cooked on-site by local cooks and helpers or self-help ground. This system allows for minimizing waste and better monitoring (e.g. by parents or teachers). Here, the research wants to know what the teachers actually think about the Mid-day Meal Programme.

IRRIGATION FACILITIES IN ASHTI TAHSIL, DISTRICT BEED
Vikas Deshmukh
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Efficient utilization of water is crucial to agricultural production for meeting of challenge or feeding the ever increasing millions of human population in our country. Agriculture sustains life where as irrigation sustains agriculture for it oils the wheels of agriculture. This paper is focused on how to develop agriculture by irrigational facilities in Ashti Taluka of Beed District.

ECONOMICS OF REHABILITATION AND RESETTLEMENT OF PROJECT AFFECTED PEOPLE IN THERMAL POWER PLANTS – AN UNRESOLVED CHALLENGE(IN THE CONTEXT OF MADHYA PRADESH & CHHATTISGARH)
Seraphinus Kispotta
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Proper Rehabilitation and Resettlement to the satisfaction of persons displaced by Thermal power Plants, appear to remain an elusive ideal. It is a knotty area with many fuzzy angles in which Electrical Engineers, trained in handling power turbines, grids, load feel out of their depth. Computerization could help to limited extent, but the problem escapes the disciplines of hardware sciences. In this paper, some of the problems in the Human Relations between Management and displaced groups, are mentioned. Then some of the causes are analyzed, and finally some suggestions are made as to how this problem can be approached from a more humane angle. Whether displaced persons can be ever rehabilitated to a standard of living and quality of life, equivalent to or better than the one they enjoyed before the advent of the plant, remains unanswered. At this moment we do not know.

गावच्या वेदना व्यक्त करणारी कविता
गजानन जाधव
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'गाव'च्या कविता असे जरी या संग्रहाचे शीर्षक असले तरी त्यात 'गाव' च्या कविता, 'माय' च्या कविता, पावसाळी कविता, झाडाच्या कविता आणि शिवाराच्या कविता असे काही विभाग आहेत. अर्थात या वेगवेगळ्या विभागातील सर्व कवितांच्या मार्ग कार्यरत असलेले एक अंत:स्थ, कृतिशील सूत्र आहे. एकूणच ग्रामीण जीवन हे कृषिनिष्ठ आहे, शेतकरी आणि त्याचे जीवन हा ग्रामीण जीवनाचा मूळ आधार आहे. शेतकज्यांचे जीवन म्हणजे कष्ट, दारिद्य्र, हालअपेष्टा यांचा जणू वसा-वारसा आहे. पाऊसपाण्याची अनिश्चितता, त्यामुळे वाढणारी नापिकी, दिवसेंदिवस ग्रामीण निसर्गाची होणारी बेसुमार हानी, परिणामी शिवाराला येणारी अवकळा, शिवाय हे सारे असे प्रतिकूल असले तरी या साज्यांच्याबद्दल असणारा कृतज्ञता भाव या संग्रहातून स्पंदन पावतो आहे.

ESTIMATION OF LAND SURFACE TEMPERATURE AND ITS RELATION TO LAND COVER LAND USE: A CASE STUDY ON BANKURA DISTRICT, WEST BENGAL, INDIA.
Amborish Das
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Information about the temperature of Land and its changing nature is very much essential in soils and land management practices. Land tunes song more preciously song of life (Das, 2015). And Surface Temperature of Land is an important climate variable, related to surface energy balance and the integrated thermal state of the atmosphere within the planetary boundary layer (Jin 1996). So, land management is an important practice, in these context mapping of Land Surface Temperature (LST) should be one of the most forth coming job in modern era. Now a day the evidence on latent heat exchange encouraged many researchers to focus on deriving LST and LULC relationship. In this study I have tried to monitor the temporal trends as well as spatial characteristics of Land Surface Temperature and it relation with land cover land use in Bankura district, West Bengal, (India) using Landsat images Geographic Information System (GIS) and District Statistical Handbook of Bankura (2004 & 2012).

GROWTH OF SUGAR INDUSTRY IN INDIA
B. S. Rupanwar
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Sugar as a commodity in its own right can be traced back several thousand years in India and China. A definite reference dates to 510 B.C. The word sugar is it self derived from an Arabic word Sugarcane to which all the earliest references refer is as member of the grass family. It can grow up to 15 feet tall with leaves at the top and a hollow stalk filled with a sweet juice from which sugar can be extracted.

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