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Land And People of Indian States & Union Territories (India), Vol-1st: Book by Ed. S. C.Bhatt & Gopal K Bhargava

Land And People of Indian States & Union Territories (India), Vol-1st

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ISBN: 9788178353937    Publisher: Kalpaz Publications Year of publishing: 2006     Format:  Hardback No of Pages: 496        Language: English
Description About The Author:- The Editors S.C. Bhatt, had been a writer and journalist with long years of experience as head of important departments in the government. He headed the News Services Division...Read more
Description About The Author:- The Editors S.C. Bhatt, had been a writer and journalist with long years of experience as head of important departments in the government. He headed the News Services Division of All India Radio, Publications Division, Directorate of Advertising and Visual Publicity (DAVP) and Research and Reference Division. In the last mentioned department it was his responsibility to produce papers and writeups on matters of importance to the government and the public. Under his supervision the "INDIA--A Reference Annual" was produced, both from the Research as well as Reference division. Gopal Bhargava, a prolific writer and author of several books, was a senior official in Town and Country Planning Organization, Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India. First educated at Mayo College Ajmer, and a Post -graduate in Economics from Lucknow University, he is a regular contributor to leading newspapers and academic journals. So far, he has published a good number of papers and articles on various issues, concerning urban development, which is his forte. The map given on the back cover jacket is only illustrative and not true to scale.Contents:- Contents: List of Tables 12: Preface 13: Introduction 15: 1. History 17-28: India--Gupta and Harsha--The Classical Age; The Southern Rivals;: Southern Dynasties in India; The Mughal Empire.: 2. Physical Aspects 29-34: Physical Background; Physical Features; Geological Structure;: Rivers; Climate; Flora; Fauna.: 3. Population 35-70: Population; Population Density; Sex Ratio; Literacy.: 4. Scheduled Caste 71-78: Welfare of Scheduled Castes; Constitutional Safeguards.: 5. Scheduled Tribe 79-85: Scheduled Tribes Development; Special Central Assistance; Scheme: for Primitive Tribal Groups; Tribal Research Institutes.: 6. Other Backward Classes 87-115: Welfare of Backward Classes; National Backward Classes Finance: and Development Corporation; Schemes for the Welfare of the OBCs;: Identification of OBCs; Parliament/Legistatures as Authorities for: Reservation to OBCs; Division of OBCs into Backward and Most: Backward Classes; Is Reservation to OBCs Anti-Meritarian?;: Selection to Professional Courses: Cut-Off Level; Article 16(4) and: The Concept of Reservation in Favour of OBCs; Real Aims of: 6 India: Affirmative Actions and Protective Discrimination for OBCs.: 7. Government and Politics 117-139: The Union and its Territory; Citizenship; Fundamental Rights;: Fundamental Duties; Directive Principles of State Policy; The Union;: Executive President; Vice-President; Council of Ministers;: Legislature; Rajya Sabha; Lok Sabha; Qualification for Membership: of Parliament; Functions and Powers of Parliament; Parliamentary: Committees; Leaders of Opposition in Parliament; Government: Business in Parliament; Consultative Committees; Nomination of: Members of Parliament on Government Committees/Bodies; Other: Parlimentary Matters; Implementation of Assurances; Administrative: Set-up; Cabinet Secretariat; National Authority, Chemical Weapons: Convention; Ministries/Departments of the Government; List of the: Ministries/Departments (as on 30.1.2003);Parliamentary: Constituencies.: 8. Education 141-163: National Policy on Education; Policy Framework; Structure and: Progress of Education in India; Structure of School Education; Stages: of School Education in India; Age Restriction for Admission; Medium: of Instruction; Teaching of Hindi; Teaching of English; Public: Examinations; Number of Working Days; Academic Session;: Operation Blackboard; Decentralisation; National Programme of: Nutritional Support to Primary Education (School Meal Programme);: Bihar Education Project; Uttar Pradesh Basic Education Programme;: Andhra Pradesh Primary Education Project; Shiksha Karmi Project;: Lok Jumbish Project; District Primary Education Programme (DPEP);: Objectives; Selection Criteria; Coverage; DPEP Coverage Map;: Programme Management Structure; Physical infrastructure;: SIEMATs; Distance Education; Girls Education; Social Equity;: Support Organisations; National Council of Educational Research: and Training (NCERT); Central Institute of Education Technology: (CIET); Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE); National: Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS); Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan: (KVS); Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti (NVS); Central Tibetan Schools: Administration (CTSA); Schemes and Programmes;: Vocationalisation of Secondary Education; Basic Components of: the Scheme; Pattern of Funding; Management Structure; Pre-: Vocational Education at Lower Secondary Stage; PSSCIVE;: Integrated Education for Disabled Children (IEDC); Computer Literacy: And Studies in Schools (CLASS).: 9. Transport and Communication 165-177: Transport and Energy; Transport and Environment; Safety;: Contents 7: Structural Changes in the Economy; Data Base; Transport and: Budgetary Allocation; Technological Upgradation; Regulatory: Frameworks; Importance of Telecommunications; NTP 1994 -: objectives and achievements; Need for a new telecom policy;: Objectives and targets of the New Telecom Policy 1999; New Policy: Framework; Cellular Mobile Service Providers; Fixed Service: Providers; Cable Service Providers; Internet Telephony; Public: Mobile Radio Trunking Service Providers; National Long Distance: Operator; International Long Distance Services; Other Service: Providers; Global Mobile Personal Communication Services;: SATCOM Policy; VSAT Service Providers; Electronic Commerce;: Resolution of problems of existing operators; Restructuring of DoT;: Spectrum Management; Universal Service obligation.: 10. Language and Literature 179-195: Languages; Literature.: 11. Medical Facilities 197-210: National Health Policy - 2002; Current Scenario; Financial Resources;: Delivery of National Public Health Programmes; The State of Public: Health Infra-Structure; Extending Public Health Services; Role of: Local Self-Government Institutions; Norms for Health Care: Personnel; Education of Health Care Professionals; Need for: Specialists in 'Public Health' and 'Family Medicine'; Nursing: Personnel; Use of Generic Drugs and Vaccines; Urban Health; Mental: Health; Information, Education and Communication; Health: Research; Role of the Private Sector; The Role of Civil Society;: National Disease Surveillance Network; Health Statistics; Medical: Ethics; Regulation of Standards in Para Medical Disciplines;: Environmental and Occupational Health; The Impact of Globalization: on the Health Sector; Inter-Sectoral Contribution to Health;: Population Growth and Health Standards; Alternative Systmens of: Medicine; Objectives; Goals to be achieved by 2000-2015; NHP-: 2002- Policy Prescriptions; Equity; Women's Health; Enforcement: of Quality Standards for Food and Drugs; Providing Medical Facilities: to Users from Overseas; Impact of Globalisation on the Health Sector.: 12. Industry 211-253: Role and Functions of the Department of Industrial Policy &: Promotion; Industrial Policy; Main features; Policy measures;: Economic Affairs; Public Finance.: 13. Finance Sector 255-267: Sources of Revenue; Transfer of Resources; Annual Budget; Public: Debt; External Assistance; Banking; Reserve Bank of India;: Composition of Banking System; Deposit Mobilisation and: 8 India: Deployment; Advances to Priority Sector; Credit to Weaker Sections;: Credit Flow to Agriculture; Advances to SC/ST Borrowers;: Differential Rate of Interest Scheme; Swarnajayanti Gram Swarojgar: Yojana (SGSY); Swarna Jayanti Shahari Rojgar Yojana; Prime: Minister's Rojgar Yojana (PMRY); Regional Rural Banks; Industrial: Development Bank of India; Export-Import Bank of India; ICICI: Limited; National Housing Bank;Housing Finance; Small Industries: Development Bank of India; Nabard; Indian Banks Abroad;: Insurance; Life Insurance Corporation of India.: 14. Natural Wealth 269-281: Minerals; Initiatives Taken in the Ninth Plan; Major Initiatives in the: Ninth Plan; The Sub Sector Profile; Iron Ore Non-ferrous Metals;: Aluminium; Copper; Zinc and Lead; Externally Aided Projects; Plan: Outlay and Expenditure; Tenth Plan Objectives; Major Areas of: Concern; Tenth Plan Strategy; The Sub Sector Profile; Iron Ore;: Non-Ferrous Metals; Copper; Lead and Zinc.: 15. Agriculture 283-292: Harvesting Season; Land Utilisation; Technology Mission on Oil: Seeds and Pulses; Crop Production Programme; Integrated Nutrient: Management; Horticulture; Estimated Production of Major: Horticultural Crops; Area and Production of Fruits in India During: 2001-02; Area and Production of Vegetables in India During 2001-02;: Area and Production of Major Spices in India During 2001-02.: 16. Wild Life 293-321: Flora; Fauna; Andhra Pradesh: Mahaveer Harina Vanasthali National: Park; Arunachal Pradesh; Assam: Kaziranga National Park; Manas: National Park; Orang National Park; Barnadi National Park; Bihar:: Valmiki National Park; Kanwar Lake; Gujarat: Gir National Park;: Marine National Park; Velvadar Blackbuck National Park; Black: Buck National Park; Himachal Pradesh: The Great Himalayan National: Park; Keibul Lam Jao National Park; Jammu & Kashmir: Dachigam: Naitonal Park; Hemis Altitude National Park; Kishtwar High Altitude: National Park; Jharkhand: Betla National Park, Ranchi; Karnataka;: Bandipur National Park; Bannerghatta National Park; Nagarhole: National Park; Nagarhole National Parks; Kerala: Eravikulam National: Park; Periyar National Park; Silent Valley National Park; Madhya: Pradesh: Bandhavgarh National Park; Kanha National Park; Madhav: Shivpuri National Park; Panna National Park; Satpura National Park: and Tiger Reserve; Van Vihar Bhopal Leo National Park;: Maharashtra: Wild Life Parks; Nawegaon National Park; Land Tenure;: Pench National Park; Sanjay Gandhi National Park; Tadoba National: Park; Krishnagiri Upavan National Park (Borivali National park);: Contents 9: Manipur: Keibul Lamjao National Park; Mizoram: Murlen National: Park; Phawngpui National Park; Orissa: Simlipal National Park;: Rajasthan: Desert National Park; Ranthambore National Park; Sariska: National Park; Birds of Desert National Park; Sikkim:: Khangchendzonga National Park; Sirohi National Park; Tamil Nadu:: Gulf of Mannar Marine National Park; Uttaranchal: Corbett National: Park; Nandadevi National Park; Valley of Flowers National Park;: Uttar Pradesh: Dudhwa National Park; West Bengal; Singhalila: National Park; Sunderbans National Park; Gorumara National Park;: Andaman & Nicobar: Campbell Bay National Park; Galathea National: Park; Mount Harriet National Park; Saddle Peak National Park;: Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park; Wandoor; Nhidiyatapu: Biological Park.: 17. Tourism 323-330: Global Status and Trends; Global Market Trends; India's Place In: World Tourism; India's Tourist Profile; Tenth Plan Objective; Role: of the Department of Tourism; Barriers to Growth; Approach-Related: Barriers; Major components of the Tenth Plan strategy.: 18. Archaeological Sites 331-334: Approach and Action Plan for the Tenth Plan.: 19. Natural Calamities 335-342: The Global Context; Disastrous Weather Events of 1981; Disastrous: Weather Events of 1982; Disastrous Weather Events of 1983;: Disastrous Weather Events of 1984; Disastrous Weather Events of: 1985; Disastrous Weather Events of 1986; Disastrous Weather Events: of 1987; Disastrous Weather Events of 1988; Disastrous Weather: Events of 1989; Disastrous Weather Events of 1990; Disastrous: Weather Events of 1991; Disastrous Weather Events of 1992;: Disastrous Weather Events of 1993; Disastrous Weather Events of: 1994; Disastrous Weather Events of 1995; Disastrous Weather Events: of 1996.: 20. Customs, Fairs and Festivals 343-362: Bihu Festival; Sonepur Fair; Chhath Fair; Sat Khumb Fair; Pushkar: Fair; Durga Fair; Durga Puja Festival; Id-ul-Juha; Diwali--the Festival: of Lights; Dussehra; Kumbh-ka-Mela; Holi; Janmashtami; Lohri;: Mahashivratri; Onam; Raksha Bandhan; Jain Festival; Christian: Festivals; National Festivals; The Republic Day; Martyr's Day;: Independence Day; Gandhiji's Birthday; Bal--Din or Children's Day.: 21. Arts and Crafts 363-382: Andhra Pradesh: Performing Arts; Arunachal Pradesh: Performing: Arts; Likabali; Assam: Handicrafts; Woodwork; Textiles; Toys and: 10 India: Dolls; Bihar: Performing Arts; Santhal; Chhattisgarh: Performing: Arts; Gujarat; Handicrafts; Earthenware; Woodwork; Textiles;: Himachal Pradesh: Handicrafts; Earthenware; Woodwork;: Stoneware; Textiles; Folk Paintings; Jammu & Kashmir: Handicrafts;: Earthenware; Woodwork; Textiles; Metalware; Jharkhand:: Handicrafts; Earthenware; Wood-work; Textiles; Metalware; Toys: and Dolls; Puppetry; Karala: Performing Arts; Kathakali; Hand: Gestures; Madhya Pradesh: Performing Arts; Bhil Dance; Sola: Dance; Maharashtra: Handicrafts; Textiles; Toys and Dolls; Folk: Painting; Manipur; Performing Arts; Orissa: Performing Arts;: Santhal; Punjab: Performing Arts; Bhangra; Gidha; Rajasthan:: Performing Arts; Bhavai Dance; Bhil Dance; Chari Dance; Folk: Dances; Ghoomar Dance; Ras Dance; Tamil Nadu: Handicrafts;: Woodwork; Stoneware; Textiles; Uttar Pradesh: Performing Arts;: Ahir Dance; Holi dance; Nautanki and Rasa Dance; West Bengal:: Handicrafts; Stoneware; Textiles; Toys and Dolls; Folk Paintings;: Puppetary; Andaman & Nicobar: Performing Arts; Chatham Saw: Mill; Delhi: Handicrafts; Earthenware.: 22. Rural Development 383-405: Department of Rural Development; Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak: Yojana Guidelines; Programme Objectives; Guiding principles of: PMGSY and Definitions; Planning, Funding, Execution and: Maintenance of Rural Roads; Planning for Rural Roads; Funding: and Allocation; Proposals; State level Agencies; Preparation of: Project Proposals and their clearance; Scrutiny of project proposals;: Empowered Committee; Tendering of works; Programme: Implementation Units; Execution of Works; National Rural Roads: Development Agency; Quality Control and Supervision of Works;: Indira Awaas Yojana; Objective; Target Group; Identification of: beneficiaries; Panchayati Raj; 73rd Amendment Act, 1992; Powers: and Responsibilities; Gram Sabha; The Provisions of the Panchayats: (Extension to the Scheduled Areas) Act, 1996; Training and awareness: generation programme; Rural Building Centres - Guidelines; Eligibility: and Selection;ICT Initiatives in Rural Development; ICT: Infrastructure; Application Software Packages; Web-based: Applications;Database Applications; GIS Applications; Concurrent: Evaluation (CE) Studies Completed.: 23. Urban Development 407-424: Objectives; Role of all the Stakeholders; The Central Government: would; The State Governments would; The Local Authorities would;: The Public/Private Housing Finance Companies would; Housing: Boards/Corporations/Development Authorities and other public: agencies would; The Corporate, Private and Cooperative Sectors: Contents 11: would; Research, and Technology Transfer Organisations would;: Planning for Integration; Physical Infrastructure Development;: Improving Access to Social Services; Health Services;: Strengthening Municipal Governance and Management; Housing: and Urban Policy in India; Plan Outlay in Housing and Urban: Development Sector; Integrated Development of Small and Medium: Towns; Objectives of IDSMT; Selection of Towns; Urban Mapping: Scheme; Urban Transport; National Urban Information System: (NUIS); Low Cost Sanitation Scheme for Liberation of Scavengers;: Objective; Selection of Towns; Urban Infrastructure; Urban Reforms;: Resource Gap; Resource Mobilisation Effort; Second Generation: Reforms; Regulatory Framework; Model Legislation; Municipal: Accounting System; Public-Private Participation Guidelines.: 24. Newspapers 425-449: The Highlights of the Indian Press in 2001; General Review; Analysis: of Daily Newspapers; Analysis of Periodicals; Language-wise: Analysis; State-wise Analysis; Circulation Pattern; Circulation: Levels; Ownership; Contents; Miscellaneous' Publications; Foreign: Mission Publications; Detailed Analysis; Press and Print Media;: Registrar of Newspapers for India; Press Information Bureau; News: Agencies; Press Trust of India; United News of India; Non-Aligned: News Agencies Pool; Press Council of India; Big Dailies; Big: Periodcals.: 25 Important Events (1990-2004) 451-466: Chronology of Events.: 26. Non-Governmental Organisations 467-480: Major NGOs in the State.: 27. Planning Outlay 481-496: First Plan; Second Plan; Third Plan; Annual Plans; Fourth Plan;: Fifth Plan; Sixth Plan; Seventh Plan; Annual Plans; Eighth Plan;: Ninth Plan; Achievements; Tenth Plan; Programme Implementation;: Monitoring of Twenty-Point Programme; Monitoring Design at the: Centre; Member of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme: 12 India: 3.1. Distribution of Religion by Sex with Percentage of Total Population: (State/district) (2001) 37: 3.2. Distribution of Disabled Persons by Type of Disabilty and Residence: (in %) (2001) 64: 3.3. Distribution of Beggars (2001) 67: 4.1. Statewise Distribution of Scheduled Caste Population by Sex and: Literacy Rate (2001) 73: 4.2. SC Population Ratio w.r.t. Population (2001) 75: 4.3. Distribution of Individual Scheduled Castes Population by Sex: (State/UT) (2001) 77: 5.1. Statewise Distribution of Scheduled Tribes Population by Sex and: Literacy Rate (2001) 81: 5.2. ST Population Ratio w.r.t. Population (2001) 83: 5.3. Distribution of Individual Scheduled Tribes Population by Sex: (State/UT) (2001) 84: 12.1. Total Workers (Main + Marginal) and their Categories-India, States: and Union Territories: 2001 218: 12.2. Total Population, Total Workers, Main Workers, Marginal Workers: and Non-Workers-India, States and Union Territories: 2001 236: 14.1. Life Indices for selected base metals 270: 15.1. Annual Compound Growth of Crop Area, Production and: Productivity 284: 17.1. Contribution of Travel and Tourism to GDP and Employment 330: 17.2. International Tourist Arrivals 330: 17.3. Contribution of Travel and Tourism to Exports and Receipts 330: 17.4. Contribution of Travel and Tourism to Employment 330: 17.5. International and Domestic Tourism 330: 24.1. The Press in India in 2001: At a Glance 430: 24.2. Circulation of Newspapers 430: 24.3. Number of Newspapers in 2001 (Language and Periodicity-wise) 432: 24.4. List of Big, Medium and Small Newspapers - 2001 439: 27.1 Growth Performance in the Five Year Plans 487: List of Tables: Contents 13About The Book:- An Encyclopaedic Voluminous Work Gives Authentic And Objectives Information About All The 28 States And 7Union Territories, History, Physical Aspects, Population, Politics, Education, Transport And Communication, Languages And Literature, Medical Facilities, Industry, Finance Sector, Natural Wealth, Agriculture, Wild Life, Tourism, Archeological Sites, Natural Calamities, Customs, Fairs And Festivals, Arts And Crafts, Rural And Urban Development, Newspapers, Important Events, Ngo, Planning Outlays0 In Thirty-Six Volumes, Each Volume Complete About A State. A Benchmark., About The Author:- The Editors S.C. Bhatt, Had Been A Writer And Journalist With Long Years Of Experience As Head Of Important Departments In The Government. He Headed The News Services Division Of All India Radio, Publications Division, Directorate Of Advertising And Visual Publicity (Davp) And Research And Reference Division. In The Last Mentioned Department It Was His Responsibility To Produce Papers And Writeups On Matters Of Importance To The Government And The Public. Under His Supervision The "India--A Reference Annual" Was Produced, Both From The Research As Well As Reference Division. Gopal Bhargava, A Prolific Writer And Author Of Several Books, Was A Senior Official In Town And Country Planning Organization, Ministry Of Urban Development, Government Of India. First Educated At Mayo College Ajmer, And A Post -Graduate In Economics From Lucknow University, He Is A Regular Contributor To Leading Newspapers And Academic Journals. So Far, He Has Published A Good Number Of Papers And Articles On Various Issues, Concerning Urban Development, Which Is His Forte. The Map Given On The Back Cover Jacket Is Only Illustrative And Not True To Scale., Content:- List Of Tables 12: Preface 13: Introduction 15: 1. History 17-28: India--Gupta And Harsha--The Classical Age; The Southern Rivals;: Southern Dynasties In India; The Mughal Empire.: 2. Physical Aspects 29-34: Physical Background; Physical Features; Geological Structure;: Rivers; Climate; Flora; Fauna.: 3. Population 35-70: Population; Population Density; Sex Ratio; Literacy.: 4. Scheduled Caste 71-78: Welfare Of Scheduled Castes; Constitutional Safeguards.: 5. Scheduled Tribe 79-85: Scheduled Tribes Development; Special Central Assistance; Scheme: For Primitive Tribal Groups; Tribal Research Institutes.: 6. Other Backward Classes 87-115: Welfare Of Backward Classes; National Backward Classes Finance: And Development Corporation; Schemes For The Welfare Of The Obcs;: Identification Of Obcs; Parliament/Legistatures As Authorities For: Reservation To Obcs; Division Of Obcs Into Backward And Most: Backward Classes; Is Reservation To Obcs Anti-Meritarian?;: Selection To Professional Courses: Cut-Off Level; Article 16(4) And: The Concept Of Reservation In Favour Of Obcs; Real Aims Of: 6 India: Affirmative Actions And Protective Discrimination For Obcs.: 7. Government And Politics 117-139: The Union And Its Territory; Citizenship; Fundamental Rights;: Fundamental Duties; Directive Principles Of State Policy; The Union;: Executive President; Vice-President; Council Of Ministers;: Legislature; Rajya Sabha; Lok Sabha; Qualification For Membership: Of Parliament; Functions And Powers Of Parliament; Parliamentary: Committees; Leaders Of Opposition In Parliament; Government: Business In Parliament; Consultative Committees; Nomination Of: Members Of Parliament On Government Committees/Bodies; Other: Parlimentary Matters; Implementation Of Assurances; Administrative: Set-Up; Cabinet Secretariat; National Authority, Chemical Weapons: Convention; Ministries/Departments Of The Government; List Of The: Ministries/Departments (As On 30.1.2003);Parliamentary: Constituencies.: 8. Education 141-163: National Policy On Education; Policy Framework; Structure And: Progress Of Education In India; Structure Of School Education; Stages: Of School Education In India; Age Restriction For Admission; Medium: Of Instruction; Teaching Of Hindi; Teaching Of English; Public: Examinations; Number Of Working Days; Academic Session;: Operation Blackboard; Decentralisation; National Programme Of: Nutritional Support To Primary Education (School Meal Programme);: Bihar Education Project; Uttar Pradesh Basic Education Programme;: Andhra Pradesh Primary Education Project; Shiksha Karmi Project;: Lok Jumbish Project; District Primary Education Programme (Dpep);: Objectives; Selection Criteria; Coverage; Dpep Coverage Map;: Programme Management Structure; Physical Infrastructure;: Siemats; Distance Education; Girls Education; Social Equity;: Support Organisations; National Council Of Educational Research: And Training (Ncert); Central Institute Of Education Technology: (Ciet); Central Board Of Secondary Education (Cbse); National: Institute Of Open Schooling (Nios); Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan: (Kvs); Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti (Nvs); Central Tibetan Schools: Administration (Ctsa); Schemes And Programmes;: Vocationalisation Of Secondary Education; Basic Components Of: The Scheme; Pattern Of Funding; Management Structure; Pre-: Vocational Education At Lower Secondary Stage; Psscive;: Integrated Education For Disabled Children (Iedc); Computer Literacy: And Studies In Schools (Class).: 9. Transport And Communication 165-177: Transport And Energy; Transport And Environment; Safety;: Contents 7: Structural Changes In The Economy; Data Base; Transport And: Budgetary Allocation; Technological Upgradation; Regulatory: Frameworks; Importance Of Telecommunications; Ntp 1994 -: Objectives And Achievements; Need For A New Telecom Policy;: Objectives And Targets Of The New Telecom Policy 1999; New Policy: Framework; Cellular Mobile Service Providers; Fixed Service: Providers; Cable Service Providers; Internet Telephony; Public: Mobile Radio Trunking Service Providers; National Long Distance: Operator; International Long Distance Services; Other Service: Providers; Global Mobile Personal Communication Services;: Satcom Policy; Vsat Service Providers; Electronic Commerce;: Resolution Of Problems Of Existing Operators; Restructuring Of Dot;: Spectrum Management; Universal Service Obligation.: 10. Language And Literature 179-195: Languages; Literature.: 11. Medical Facilities 197-210: National Health Policy - 2002; Current Scenario; Financial Resources;: Delivery Of National Public Health Programmes; The State Of Public: Health Infra-Structure; Extending Public Health Services; Role Of: Local Self-Government Institutions; Norms For Health Care: Personnel; Education Of Health Care Professionals; Need For: Specialists In 'Public Health' And 'Family Medicine'; Nursing: Personnel; Use Of Generic Drugs And Vaccines; Urban Health; Mental: Health; Information, Education And Communication; Health: Research; Role Of The Private Sector; The Role Of Civil Society;: National Disease Surveillance Network; Health Statistics; Medical: Ethics; Regulation Of Standards In Para Medical Disciplines;: Environmental And Occupational Health; The Impact Of Globalization: On The Health Sector; Inter-Sectoral Contribution To Health;: Population Growth And Health Standards; Alternative Systmens Of: Medicine; Objectives; Goals To Be Achieved By 2000-2015; Nhp-: 2002- Policy Prescriptions; Equity; Women'S Health; Enforcement: Of Quality Standards For Food And Drugs; Providing Medical Facilities: To Users From Overseas; Impact Of Globalisation On The Health Sector.: 12. Industry 211-253: Role And Functions Of The Department Of Industrial Policy &: Promotion; Industrial Policy; Main Features; Policy Measures;: Economic Affairs; Public Finance.: 13. Finance Sector 255-267: Sources Of Revenue; Transfer Of Resources; Annual Budget; Public: Debt; External Assistance; Banking; Reserve Bank Of India;: Composition Of Banking System; Deposit Mobilisation And: 8 India: Deployment; Advances To Priority Sector; Credit To Weaker Sections;: Credit Flow To Agriculture; Advances To Sc/St Borrowers;: Differential Rate Of Interest Scheme; Swarnajayanti Gram Swarojgar: Yojana (Sgsy); Swarna Jayanti Shahari Rojgar Yojana; Prime: Minister'S Rojgar Yojana (Pmry); Regional Rural Banks; Industrial: Development Bank Of India; Export-Import Bank Of India; Icici: Limited; National Housing Bank;Housing Finance; Small Industries: Development Bank Of India; Nabard; Indian Banks Abroad;: Insurance; Life Insurance Corporation Of India.: 14. Natural Wealth 269-281: Minerals; Initiatives Taken In The Ninth Plan; Major Initiatives In The: Ninth Plan; The Sub Sector Profile; Iron Ore Non-Ferrous Metals;: Aluminium; Copper; Zinc And Lead; Externally Aided Projects; Plan: Outlay And Expenditure; Tenth Plan Objectives; Major Areas Of: Concern; Tenth Plan Strategy; The Sub Sector Profile; Iron Ore;: Non-Ferrous Metals; Copper; Lead And Zinc.: 15. Agriculture 283-292: Harvesting Season; Land Utilisation; Technology Mission On Oil: Seeds And Pulses; Crop Production Programme; Integrated Nutrient: Management; Horticulture; Estimated Production Of Major: Horticultural Crops; Area And Production Of Fruits In India During: 2001-02; Area And Production Of Vegetables In India During 2001-02;: Area And Production Of Major Spices In India During 2001-02.: 16. Wild Life 293-321: Flora; Fauna; Andhra Pradesh: Mahaveer Harina Vanasthali National: Park; Arunachal Pradesh; Assam: Kaziranga National Park; Manas: National Park; Orang National Park; Barnadi National Park; Bihar:: Valmiki National Park; Kanwar Lake; Gujarat: Gir National Park;: Marine National Park; Velvadar Blackbuck National Park; Black: Buck National Park; Himachal Pradesh: The Great Himalayan National: Park; Keibul Lam Jao National Park; Jammu & Kashmir: Dachigam: Naitonal Park; Hemis Altitude National Park; Kishtwar High Altitude: National Park; Jharkhand: Betla National Park, Ranchi; Karnataka;: Bandipur National Park; Bannerghatta National Park; Nagarhole: National Park; Nagarhole National Parks; Kerala: Eravikulam National: Park; Periyar National Park; Silent Valley National Park; Madhya: Pradesh: Bandhavgarh National Park; Kanha National Park; Madhav: Shivpuri National Park; Panna National Park; Satpura National Park: And Tiger Reserve; Van Vihar Bhopal Leo National Park;: Maharashtra: Wild Life Parks; Nawegaon National Park; Land Tenure;: Pench National Park; Sanjay Gandhi National Park; Tadoba National: Park; Krishnagiri Upavan National Park (Borivali National Park);: Contents 9: Manipur: Keibul Lamjao National Park; Mizoram: Murlen National: Park; Phawngpui National Park; Orissa: Simlipal National Park;: Rajasthan: Desert National Park; Ranthambore National Park; Sariska: National Park; Birds Of Desert National Park; Sikkim:: Khangchendzonga National Park; Sirohi National Park; Tamil Nadu:: Gulf Of Mannar Marine National Park; Uttaranchal: Corbett National: Park; Nandadevi National Park; Valley Of Flowers National Park;: Uttar Pradesh: Dudhwa National Park; West Bengal; Singhalila: National Park; Sunderbans National Park; Gorumara National Park;: Andaman & Nicobar: Campbell Bay National Park; Galathea National: Park; Mount Harriet National Park; Saddle Peak National Park;: Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park; Wandoor; Nhidiyatapu: Biological Park.: 17. Tourism 323-330: Global Status And Trends; Global Market Trends; India'S Place In: World Tourism; India'S Tourist Profile; Tenth Plan Objective; Role: Of The Department Of Tourism; Barriers To Growth; Approach-Related: Barriers; Major Components Of The Tenth Plan Strategy.: 18. Archaeological Sites 331-334: Approach And Action Plan For The Tenth Plan.: 19. Natural Calamities 335-342: The Global Context; Disastrous Weather Events Of 1981; Disastrous: Weather Events Of 1982; Disastrous Weather Events Of 1983;: Disastrous Weather Events Of 1984; Disastrous Weather Events Of: 1985; Disastrous Weather Events Of 1986; Disastrous Weather Events: Of 1987; Disastrous Weather Events Of 1988; Disastrous Weather: Events Of 1989; Disastrous Weather Events Of 1990; Disastrous: Weather Events Of 1991; Disastrous Weather Events Of 1992;: Disastrous Weather Events Of 1993; Disastrous Weather Events Of: 1994; Disastrous Weather Events Of 1995; Disastrous Weather Events: Of 1996.: 20. Customs, Fairs And Festivals 343-362: Bihu Festival; Sonepur Fair; Chhath Fair; Sat Khumb Fair; Pushkar: Fair; Durga Fair; Durga Puja Festival; Id-Ul-Juha; Diwali--The Festival: Of Lights; Dussehra; Kumbh-Ka-Mela; Holi; Janmashtami; Lohri;: Mahashivratri; Onam; Raksha Bandhan; Jain Festival; Christian: Festivals; National Festivals; The Republic Day; Martyr'S Day;: Independence Day; Gandhiji'S Birthday; Bal--Din Or Children'S Day.: 21. Arts And Crafts 363-382: Andhra Pradesh: Performing Arts; Arunachal Pradesh: Performing: Arts; Likabali; Assam: Handicrafts; Woodwork; Textiles; Toys And: 10 India: Dolls; Bihar: Performing Arts; Santhal; Chhattisgarh: Performing: Arts; Gujarat; Handicrafts; Earthenware; Woodwork; Textiles;: Himachal Pradesh: Handicrafts; Earthenware; Woodwork;: Stoneware; Textiles; Folk Paintings; Jammu & Kashmir: Handicrafts;: Earthenware; Woodwork; Textiles; Metalware; Jharkhand:: Handicrafts; Earthenware; Wood-Work; Textiles; Metalware; Toys: And Dolls; Puppetry; Karala: Performing Arts; Kathakali; Hand: Gestures; Madhya Pradesh: Performing Arts; Bhil Dance; Sola: Dance; Maharashtra: Handicrafts; Textiles; Toys And Dolls; Folk: Painting; Manipur; Performing Arts; Orissa: Performing Arts;: Santhal; Punjab: Performing Arts; Bhangra; Gidha; Rajasthan:: Performing Arts; Bhavai Dance; Bhil Dance; Chari Dance; Folk: Dances; Ghoomar Dance; Ras Dance; Tamil Nadu: Handicrafts;: Woodwork; Stoneware; Textiles; Uttar Pradesh: Performing Arts;: Ahir Dance; Holi Dance; Nautanki And Rasa Dance; West Bengal:: Handicrafts; Stoneware; Textiles; Toys And Dolls; Folk Paintings;: Puppetary; Andaman & Nicobar: Performing Arts; Chatham Saw: Mill; Delhi: Handicrafts; Earthenware.: 22. Rural Development 383-405: Department Of Rural Development; Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak: Yojana Guidelines; Programme Objectives; Guiding Principles Of: Pmgsy And Definitions; Planning, Funding, Execution And: Maintenance Of Rural Roads; Planning For Rural Roads; Funding: And Allocation; Proposals; State Level Agencies; Preparation Of: Project Proposals And Their Clearance; Scrutiny Of Project Proposals;: Empowered Committee; Tendering Of Works; Programme: Implementat
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