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Jaya Chandrashekhar, Former Central Govt. Officer

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Encapsulate the NCC Module in the National Scholastic Methodology

The mellifluous notes of the NCC Song “Hum Sab Bharatiya Hain, Sartaj Himalaya Hain, Desh Ki Raksha Ki Khatir,Hum Shamshir Utha Lenge...” reverberates in the air around the school wherein the NCC cadets’ Parade is being held. These words speak volumes of the goals of the cadets-the grit to defend the country’s frontiers with...

Foliage Beneath The Multitudinous Flyovers

The green stretches in the asphalt jungle refer to a verdure in the wide terrain below the numerous flyovers in all the boom towns of the country. This is the most pragmatic and utilitarian approach to the vast expanse beneath the numerous flyovers in Mumbai and the rest of India. The cultivation of abundant...

Ascent of the Third Sector in the Indian Socio-Economic Grid

The 27th of February has been declared as the World NGO Day by the European Union External Service Action. “This is to celebrate the key Civil Society’s contribution to public space and their unique ability to give voice  to those who would otherwise have gone unheard.” These words speak volumes of the acclivity of the...

The Clarion Call To Counter The Diabolic In The Indian Society -Self-Defence Training

The humane and forbearing traits, characteristic of the Indians, have been supplanted by the fiendish and Mephistophelian attributes in many people in the country. This is truly disconcerting. There is an urgent need to combat this social menace by ensuring that the majority of the population is equipped with the knowledge of self-defence. The feeling...

The Buttress Of The Indian Socio-Economic Fabric

The real scenario of India is that the populous unorganised sector lives as working poor. The   ‘unorganised’ sector, also termed the ‘informal’ sector constitutes the backbone of the enormous labour force of India. This sector of workers forms more than 90% of the country’s workforce and contributes to more than 50% of the national economy....

Plethora of Stock of Human Competencies-Indian Orphans

The plight of million orphans of India is a matter of serious concern and calls for concerted action in right earnest. The numerous orphans constitute a stark reality of our country. Who is an orphan? The orphan child sans parent or parents or any close kin to call its own is as significant a person...
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