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Land And People of Indian States & Union Territories (Punjab), Vol- 22nd: Book by Ed. S. C.Bhatt & Gopal K Bhargava

Land And People of Indian States & Union Territories (Punjab), Vol- 22nd

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ISBN: 9788178353784    Publisher: Kalpaz Publications Year of publishing: 2006     Format:  Hardback No of Pages: 430        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 11: Preface 13: Introduction 15: 1. History 17-23: Aryan Migrations; Alexander's Invasion; Muslim Invasions; The: Rise of Sikh Power.: 2. Physical Aspects 25-31: Location; Area; Climate; Hot season; Rainy season; Winter: season; Post-monsoon transitional season; Post-winter: transitional season; Temperature; Rainfall; Monsoon rainfall;: Winter rainfall; Physiography; The Shivalik; The Plains; Soils;: Hills; Rivers.: 3. Population 33-59: Data Relevant to Population; Demographic Details as per Census: 2001; Characteristics of People; Social Structure of the Society;: Trends After Partition.: 4. Scheduled Caste 61-76: Need for Emancipation of Dalits.: 5. Scheduled Tribe 77-80: 6. Other Backward Classes 81-85: Reservation Policy and Backward Castes; The Depressed Classes: Vis-a-vis Backward Castes.: 7. Government and Politics 87-108: State Figures on Police and Crimes; Chief Ministers and: Governors; Parliamentary and Assembly Constituencies of the: State.: 6 Punjab: 8. Education 109-124: State Education Figures; Human resources development technical: manpower; advantages; Universities; College of Agriculture;: College of Home Science; College of Veterinary Science; Punjab: Technical University; Challenges before Technical Education;: Medical Education; Government Policy on Education; Affiliation: of Schools; Encouragement To Private Sector in School Education;: Integration of Elementary Education; Adarsh Schools; Vocational: Education; List of Universities in the State.: 9. Transport and Communication 125-137: Figures Related to Transportation and Communication; Roads;: Railways; Airways; Inet; Typical applications; Internet; Paging;: ISDN (Integrated services Digital Network); Principal features;: Services offered; Cellular; Information Technology (IT) Policy;: Preamble; Vision Statement; The benefits of Information: Technology; Objectives of the IT Policy; Mission and Strategy;: Infrastructure and services; Electronic Governance; Important: Dates proposed; IT Education; IT Awareness campaign; Database: Creation, maintenance and warehousing; Strategy for: implementation of e-Governance in Punjab.: 10. Language and Literature 139-153: Indo-Aryan languages; The Script of Punjabi language; The: vowels in Punjabi; The Gurmukhi Script; Punjabi as a second and: foreign language; Literature; Hir-Ranjha; Oral literature; Modern: Literature; Contribution of sufi saints; Austere rythms of Farid;: Folk Drama.: 11. Medical Facilities 155-158: Figures on Medical Facilities in the State; Ambulatory Service.: 12. Industry 159-248: Figures Related to Industries in the State; Power; New Power: Development Projects; Electricity; Name of Project Tentative: Commissioning; Special deal to Non Resident Indians (NRIs);: Trade; Industrial Policy of Punjab; Changing Scenario; Main: planks; Hassel free dealing; Certification regarding statutory: compliances; Indian Boilers Act, 1923; Standards of weights and: measures (enforcement) Act, 1985; Indian Electricity Act, 1910: and Indian Electricity Rules, 1956; Implementation of: environmental laws; Self certification scheme under labour laws;: Monitoring Committees; Power sector reforms; One time: settlement scheme(OTS); Revamping of Tax Administration;: LADT to replace octroi and entry tax; Introduction of VAT;: Contents 7: Computerisation of tax operations; Enhancement of: Competitiveness of Existing Industry; Modernisation and: technology upgradation; Freight subsidy for export; Centre for: competitiveness; Revival of Sick Small Scale Industrial Units;: Industrial Infrastructure Development; Special Economic Zones: (SEZs); Apparel parks; Cluster development; Textile centres: infrastructure development scheme; Change of land use; Sale /: transfer of developed infrastructure; Development of integrated: multiplex complexes; Measures for attracting New Investments;: Development of mega projects; Border area development;: Development of sugar industry; Development of agro and food: processing industry; Incentives; Bond scheme; Industrial: Infrastructure; Softop benefits; Facilities; Trade and Business: Promotion Organisations; Broad Objectives; PSIDC as an: institutional promotor; PSIDC as a term leader; PSIDC- as an: infrastructure developer; PSIDC as a Facilitator; PSIDC - as a: Single source; Punjab Financial Corporation (PFC); Purpose of: the loans; Punjab small industries and export corporation (PSIEC);: Main activities of the corporation; Industrial focal Points; Growth: centre at Bathinda and Pathankot; Export promotion industrial: park; Areas under development; New features; Provision of Raw: Material to Small Scale industry; Export promotion activity; Punjab: State Electronics Development and Production Corporation: Limited (ECP); Objectives; List of ISI Industries.: 13. Finance Sector 249-257: Figures Related to Financial Sector; Banks; Punjab Financial: Corporation (PFC); Schemes; Composite Loan Scheme; Single: Window Scheme; Mahila Udayam Nidhi Scheme; Transport: Industry; Self-employment for Ex-Servicemen; National Equity: Fund Scheme; Equipment Refinance Scheme; Scheme for: Assistance for Marketing; Scheme for Assistance to Scheduled: Castes/Scheduled Tribes Entrepreneurs; Scheme of Technology: Development and Modernisation (TDM); Need based additional: incremental margin money for working capital; General Loan: Scheme; Scheme for Acquisition of ISO 9000 Series; Scheme for: Textile Industry Under Technology Upgradation; Quick Finance: Scheme.: 14. Natural Wealth 259-270: Figures Related to Forest; Land; Soil Conservation; Water: Resources; Groundwater Resources; Watershed Management;: Management of Water-use; Rain-water Harvesting; Drain: Management; Forest Resources; Coniferous forests; Bamboo: 8 Punjab: forests; Scrub forests; Broad leaf forests; Energy; Natural nonrenewable: resources; Natural renewable resources; Solar energy;: Wind energy.: 15. Agriculture 271-281: Figures Related to State Agriculture; Fruits; Vegetables; Irrigation;: Sprinkler System of Irrigation; Large Dams.: 16. Wild Life 283-285: Harike Lake; Harike-pattan National Wetland and Wildlife: Sanctuary, Amritsar; Satluj Water Body Wetland, Ropar; Kanjli: Wetland, Kapurtala; Zoological Park Chhatbir.: 17. Tourism 287-299: Amritsar; The Golden Temple; Jallianwala Bagh; Durgiana Temple;: Khadur Sahib; Mohammed Jan; Mata Mandir; Fort Gobind Garh;: Ram Bagh; Ram Thirth; Taran Taran; Amritsar's Sikh Museum;: Fatehgarh; Fatehgarh Sahib; Jalandhar; Ludhiana; Gurudwara: Shrimanji Sahib Alamgir; Pir-i-Dastgir Shrine; Phillaur Fort; Punjab: Agricultural University Museum; Christian Medical College;: Bilwanwali Masjid; Famous Tombs; Gurudwara Charan Kamal;: Gurudwara Nanaksar Jagraon; Patiala; Sirhind; Other Places of: Interest; Anandpur Sahib; Chamkaur Sahib; Damdama Sahib;: Dera Baba Nanak; Kiratpur Sahib; Qadian; Roza Sharif; Imam: Nasir Mausoleum and Jama Masjid; Hari Mandir; Shiv Mandir;: Devi Talab Mandir; Sodal Mandir; Catholic Cathedral; Desh-: Bhagat Memorial Hall; Kartarpur Gurudwara; Moorish Mosque;: Panch Mandir; Handira Mausoleum; Gurudwara Ber Sahib;: Masoleums of Ustad and Shagird; Serai Nurmahal; Hotels.: 18. Archaeological Sites 301-305: 19. Natural Calamities 307-316: Chronology of Natural Calamities Since 1980; Cold Wave; Heat: Wave; Drought; Squall; Dust Storm; Lightning; Thunderstorm;: Hailstorm; Floods and Heavy Rains.: 20. Customs, Fairs and Festivals 317-343: Birth; Marriage; Choice of a bride or bridegroom; Initial: ceremonies; Divorce; Remarriage; Death; Fairs and Festivals.: 21. Arts and Crafts 345-356: Krishna lila or ras; Ram lila; Nautanki; Naqal; Puppetry; Kheora;: Madaris, Bazigars and Saperas; Games and Amusements; Folk: Dances; Bhangra; Giddha; Sammi; Kikli; Jhumar; Karthi; Folk: Music; Handicrafts.: Contents 9: 22. Rural Development 357-363: Grass Roots Assistance and Support Programe (G.R.A.S.P.);: Sustainale Economy for Rural Development; Training of Rural: Youth for Self Employment(TRYSEM); Jawahar Rozgar: Yojana(JRY); Indira Awaas Yojana (IAY); Panchayati Raj: Institutions (PRIs); Consolidated Rural Development Programme.: 23. Urban Development 365-379: Puda's Mission; Puda's Objectives; The Punjab Regional and: Town Planning adn Development Act, 1995; The Punjab Apartment: Ownership Act, 1995; The Punjab Apartment and Property: Regulation Act, 1995; The Punjab New Capital (Periphery) Control: Act, 1952; Mode of Allotment; Mission 2005; Development: Works; Town Planning and Related Matters; Private Participation;: Mode of Participation; Procedure for Assigning Projects;: Development of Urban Estates; Demand Survey for Plots/: Houses; Construction of Houses; Development and Marketing: of Govt. Land under the Ouvgl Schemes for Construction of: Special Projects; New City Centre, Sas Nagar Sector 62; New: Projects; Perspective Plans; Projects Completed; Puda- The: Promoter; Puda's Mission; Puda's Objectives; Acts, Rules And: Regulations; Future Plans; Mode of Allotment; Puda and Private: Participation; Cost benefit analysis; Mode of Participation;: Procedure for Assigning Projects.: 24. Newspapers 381-388: Big Dailies; Big Periodicals; Medium Dailies; Medium Periodicals;: Small Dailies; Small Periodicals.: 25. Important Events (1951-2004) 389-418: Chronology of Events.: 26. Non-Governmental Organisations 419-422: Major NGOs in the State.: 27. Planning Outlay 423-430: Annual Plan Outlay; Tenth Plan Outlay.: 10 Punjab: Contents 11: 3.1. Population Characteristics (2001) 34: 3.2. Decadal Growth 1991 - 2001 34: 3.3. Population: (0 - 6 years) (2001) 35: 3.4. Percentage of Population: (0-6) to total Population (0 - 6 years) (2001) 35: 3.5. Number of Literates to Total Population (2001) 35: 3.6. Percentage of Literates to Total Population (2000) 35: 3.7. Total Population 2001 35: 3.8. Literate Population 2001: 3.9. Age distribution (In %) 36: 3.10. Work participation rate 36: 3.11. Distribution of population by Religion (in percentage) 36: 3.12. Distribution of 10,000 speakers by Languages 37: 3.13. House types 37: 3.14. Fertility rates 37: 3.15. Demographic Information as per Census 2001 38: 3.16. Distribution of Religion by Sex with Percentage of Total Population: (State/district) (2001) 41: 3.17. Distribution of Disabled Persons by Type of Disabilty and Residence: (in %) (2001) 55: 3.18. Distribution of Beggars (2001) 57: 3.19. Population, India, States and Union Territory 1901-2001 59: 3.20. Decadal Variation in Population, 1901-2001 59: 4.1. Statewise Distribution of Individual Scheduled Caste Population by Sex and: Literacy Rate (2001) 62: 4.2. SC Population Ratio w.r.t. Population (2001) 65: 4.3. Distribution of Individual Scheduled Castes Population by Sex: (State/District) (2001) 68: 5.1. ST Population Ratio w.r.t. Population (2001) 77: 6.1. State-wise OBC List 83: 6.2. State-wise Central List of Backward Classes Notified by Government: of India 84: 7.1. Chief Ministers of Punjab 91: 7.2. Governors of Punjab 92: 7.3. Name of State, Districts, Tehsils and Towns 104: 7.4. List of Administrative Districts (1961) 106: 7.5. List of Administrative Districts (1971) 106: 7.6. List of Administrative Districts (1981) 107: 7.7. List of Administrative Districts (1991) 107: 7.8. List of Administrative Districts (2001) 107: List of Tables: 12 Punjab: 8.1. Literacy 110: 8.2. Level of Education 111: 8.3. Educational Institutions in Punjab 111: 10.1. Distribution of Language 143: 10.2. Distribution of Mother Toungue 147: 12.1. Power Supply Position upto the Year 2004-05 168: 12.2. Export from Punjab (in crores) 169: 12.3. State wise and employment wise Minimum wages (Wages fixed in 60: Employments) 193: 12.4. Total Population, Total Workers, Main Workers, Marginal Workers: and Non-Workers-India, States and Union Territories : 2001 247: 12.5. Total Workers (Main + Marginal) and their Categories-India, States: .and Union Territories : 2001 248: 13.1. Net domestic Product at Factor cost by Industry of Origin (At current: Prices) 251: 15.1. Area, Production and yield of Principal Crops 274: 15.2. Area, Production and yield of Principal Crops 275: 15.3. Production of Main Crops (1998-99 to 2000-2001) 276: 15.4. Produciton of Main Fruits (1998-99 to 2000-2001) 276: 15.5. Production of Main Vegetables (1998-99 to 2000-2001) 277: 15.6. Net irrigated area by sources ('000 hect.) 277: 15.7. Production of Milk, Eggs And Wool 278: 15.8. Distribution of Household by Sources of Drinking Water 280: 16.1. United Nations List of National Parks and Protected Areas 285: 24.1. Number of Newspapers in 2001 (Language and Periodicity-wise) 382: 24.2. Circulation of Newspapers in 2001 (Language and Periodicity-wise) 383: 24.3. List of Big, Medium and Small Newspapers - 2001 384: 24.4. Publication Added in 2001 387: 27.1. Annual Plan of Punjab 2002-2003 423: 27.2. Tenth Plan of Punjab- 2002-07 427About 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 11: Preface 13: Introduction 15: 1. History 17-23: Aryan Migrations; Alexander's Invasion; Muslim Invasions; The: Rise Of Sikh Power.: 2. Physical Aspects 25-31: Location; Area; Climate; Hot Season; Rainy Season; Winter: Season; Post-Monsoon Transitional Season; Post-Winter: Transitional Season; Temperature; Rainfall; Monsoon Rainfall;: Winter Rainfall; Physiography; The Shivalik; The Plains; Soils;: Hills; Rivers.: 3. Population 33-59: Data Relevant To Population; Demographic Details As Per Census: 2001; Characteristics Of People; Social Structure Of The Society;: Trends After Partition.: 4. Scheduled Caste 61-76: Need For Emancipation Of Dalits.: 5. Scheduled Tribe 77-80: 6. Other Backward Classes 81-85: Reservation Policy And Backward Castes; The Depressed Classes: Vis-A-Vis Backward Castes.: 7. Government And Politics 87-108: State Figures On Police And Crimes; Chief Ministers And: Governors; Parliamentary And Assembly Constituencies Of The: State.: 6 Punjab: 8. Education 109-124: State Education Figures; Human Resources Development Technical: Manpower; Advantages; Universities; College Of Agriculture;: College Of Home Science; College Of Veterinary Science; Punjab: Technical University; Challenges Before Technical Education;: Medical Education; Government Policy On Education; Affiliation: Of Schools; Encouragement To Private Sector In School Education;: Integration Of Elementary Education; Adarsh Schools; Vocational: Education; List Of Universities In The State.: 9. Transport And Communication 125-137: Figures Related To Transportation And Communication; Roads;: Railways; Airways; Inet; Typical Applications; Internet; Paging;: Isdn (Integrated Services Digital Network); Principal Features;: Services Offered; Cellular; Information Technology (It) Policy;: Preamble; Vision Statement; The Benefits Of Information: Technology; Objectives Of The It Policy; Mission And Strategy;: Infrastructure And Services; Electronic Governance; Important: Dates Proposed; It Education; It Awareness Campaign; Database: Creation, Maintenance And Warehousing; Strategy For: Implementation Of E-Governance In Punjab.: 10. Language And Literature 139-153: Indo-Aryan Languages; The Script Of Punjabi Language; The: Vowels In Punjabi; The Gurmukhi Script; Punjabi As A Second And: Foreign Language; Literature; Hir-Ranjha; Oral Literature; Modern: Literature; Contribution Of Sufi Saints; Austere Rythms Of Farid;: Folk Drama.: 11. Medical Facilities 155-158: Figures On Medical Facilities In The State; Ambulatory Service.: 12. Industry 159-248: Figures Related To Industries In The State; Power; New Power: Development Projects; Electricity; Name Of Project Tentative: Commissioning; Special Deal To Non Resident Indians (Nris);: Trade; Industrial Policy Of Punjab; Changing Scenario; Main: Planks; Hassel Free Dealing; Certification Regarding Statutory: Compliances; Indian Boilers Act, 1923; Standards Of Weights And: Measures (Enforcement) Act, 1985; Indian Electricity Act, 1910: And Indian Electricity Rules, 1956; Implementation Of: Environmental Laws; Self Certification Scheme Under Labour Laws;: Monitoring Committees; Power Sector Reforms; One Time: Settlement Scheme(Ots); Revamping Of Tax Administration;: Ladt To Replace Octroi And Entry Tax; Introduction Of Vat;: Contents 7: Computerisation Of Tax Operations; Enhancement Of: Competitiveness Of Existing Industry; Modernisation And: Technology Upgradation; Freight Subsidy For Export; Centre For: Competitiveness; Revival Of Sick Small Scale Industrial Units;: Industrial Infrastructure Development; Special Economic Zones: (Sezs); Apparel Parks; Cluster Development; Textile Centres: Infrastructure Development Scheme; Change Of Land Use; Sale /: Transfer Of Developed Infrastructure; Development Of Integrated: Multiplex Complexes; Measures For Attracting New Investments;: Development Of Mega Projects; Border Area Development;: Development Of Sugar Industry; Development Of Agro And Food: Processing Industry; Incentives; Bond Scheme; Industrial: Infrastructure; Softop Benefits; Facilities; Trade And Business: Promotion Organisations; Broad Objectives; Psidc As An: Institutional Promotor; Psidc As A Term Leader; Psidc- As An: Infrastructure Developer; Psidc As A Facilitator; Psidc - As A: Single Source; Punjab Financial Corporation (Pfc); Purpose Of: The Loans; Punjab Small Industries And Export Corporation (Psiec);: Main Activities Of The Corporation; Industrial Focal Points; Growth: Centre At Bathinda And Pathankot; Export Promotion Industrial: Park; Areas Under Development; New Features; Provision Of Raw: Material To Small Scale Industry; Export Promotion Activity; Punjab: State Electronics Development And Production Corporation: Limited (Ecp); Objectives; List Of Isi Industries.: 13. Finance Sector 249-257: Figures Related To Financial Sector; Banks; Punjab Financial: Corporation (Pfc); Schemes; Composite Loan Scheme; Single: Window Scheme; Mahila Udayam Nidhi Scheme; Transport: Industry; Self-Employment For Ex-Servicemen; National Equity: Fund Scheme; Equipment Refinance Scheme; Scheme For: Assistance For Marketing; Scheme For Assistance To Scheduled: Castes/Scheduled Tribes Entrepreneurs; Scheme Of Technology: Development And Modernisation (Tdm); Need Based Additional: Incremental Margin Money For Working Capital; General Loan: Scheme; Scheme For Acquisition Of Iso 9000 Series; Scheme For: Textile Industry Under Technology Upgradation; Quick Finance: Scheme.: 14. Natural Wealth 259-270: Figures Related To Forest; Land; Soil Conservation; Water: Resources; Groundwater Resources; Watershed Management;: Management Of Water-Use; Rain-Water Harvesting; Drain: Management; Forest Resources; Coniferous Forests; Bamboo: 8 Punjab: Forests; Scrub Forests; Broad Leaf Forests; Energy; Natural Nonrenewable: Resources; Natural Renewable Resources; Solar Energy;: Wind Energy.: 15. Agriculture 271-281: Figures Related To State Agriculture; Fruits; Vegetables; Irrigation;: Sprinkler System Of Irrigation; Large Dams.: 16. Wild Life 283-285: Harike Lake; Harike-Pattan National Wetland And Wildlife: Sanctuary, Amritsar; Satluj Water Body Wetland, Ropar; Kanjli: Wetland, Kapurtala; Zoological Park Chhatbir.: 17. Tourism 287-299: Amritsar; The Golden Temple; Jallianwala Bagh; Durgiana Temple;: Khadur Sahib; Mohammed Jan; Mata Mandir; Fort Gobind Garh;: Ram Bagh; Ram Thirth; Taran Taran; Amritsar'S Sikh Museum;: Fatehgarh; Fatehgarh Sahib; Jalandhar; Ludhiana; Gurudwara: Shrimanji Sahib Alamgir; Pir-I-Dastgir Shrine; Phillaur Fort; Punjab: Agricultural University Museum; Christian Medical College;: Bilwanwali Masjid; Famous Tombs; Gurudwara Charan Kamal;: Gurudwara Nanaksar Jagraon; Patiala; Sirhind; Other Places Of: Interest; Anandpur Sahib; Chamkaur Sahib; Damdama Sahib;: Dera Baba Nanak; Kiratpur Sahib; Qadian; Roza Sharif; Imam: Nasir Mausoleum And Jama Masjid; Hari Mandir; Shiv Mandir;: Devi Talab Mandir; Sodal Mandir; Catholic Cathedral; Desh-: Bhagat Memorial Hall; Kartarpur Gurudwara; Moorish Mosque;: Panch Mandir; Handira Mausoleum; Gurudwara Ber Sahib;: Masoleums Of Ustad And Shagird; Serai Nurmahal; Hotels.: 18. Archaeological Sites 301-305: 19. Natural Calamities 307-316: Chronology Of Natural Calamities Since 1980; Cold Wave; Heat: Wave; Drought; Squall; Dust Storm; Lightning; Thunderstorm;: Hailstorm; Floods And Heavy Rains.: 20. Customs, Fairs And Festivals 317-343: Birth; Marriage; Choice Of A Bride Or Bridegroom; Initial: Ceremonies; Divorce; Remarriage; Death; Fairs And Festivals.: 21. Arts And Crafts 345-356: Krishna Lila Or Ras; Ram Lila; Nautanki; Naqal; Puppetry; Kheora;: Madaris, Bazigars And Saperas; Games And Amusements; Folk: Dances; Bhangra; Giddha; Sammi; Kikli; Jhumar; Karthi; Folk: Music; Handicrafts.: Contents 9: 22. Rural Development 357-363: Grass Roots Assistance And Support Programe (G.R.A.S.P.);: Sustainale Economy For Rural Development; Training Of Rural: Youth For Self Employment(Trysem); Jawahar Rozgar: Yojana(Jry); Indira Awaas Yojana (Iay); Panchayati Raj: Institutions (Pris); Consolidated Rural Development Programme.: 23. Urban Development 365-379: Puda'S Mission; Puda'S Objectives; The Punjab Regional And: Town Planning Adn Development Act, 1995; The Punjab Apartment: Ownership Act, 1995; The Punjab Apartment And Property: Regulation Act, 1995; The Punjab New Capital (Periphery) Control: Act, 1952; Mode Of Allotment; Mission 2005; Development: Works; Town Planning And Related Matters; Private Participation;: Mode Of Participation; Procedure For Assigning Projects;: Development Of Urban Estates; Demand Survey For Plots/: Houses; Construction Of Houses; Development And Marketing: Of Govt. Land Under The Ouvgl Schemes For Construction Of: Special Projects; New City Centre, Sas Nagar Sector 62; New: Projects; Perspective Plans; Projects Completed; Puda- The: Promoter; Puda'S Mission; Puda'S Objectives; Acts, Rules And: Regulations; Future Plans; Mode Of Allotment; Puda And Private: Participation; Cost Benefit Analysis; Mode Of Participation;: Procedure For Assigning Projects.: 24. Newspapers 381-388: Big Dailies; Big Periodicals; Medium Dailies; Medium Periodicals;: Small Dailies; Small Periodicals.: 25. Important Events (1951-2004) 389-418: Chronology Of Events.: 26. Non-Governmental Organisations 419-422: Major Ngos In The State.: 27. Planning Outlay 423-430: Annual Plan Outlay; Tenth Plan Outlay.: 10 Punjab: Contents 11: 3.1. Population Characteristics (2001) 34: 3.2. Decadal Growth 1991 - 2001 34: 3.3. Population: (0 - 6 Years) (2001) 35: 3.4. Percentage Of Population: (0-6) To Total Population (0 - 6 Years) (2001) 35: 3.5. Number Of Literates To Total Population (2001) 35: 3.6. Percentage Of Literates To Total Population (2000) 35: 3.7. Total Population 2001 35: 3.8. Literate Population 2001: 3.9. Age Distribution (In %) 36: 3.10. Work Participation Rate 36: 3.11. Distribution Of Population By Religion (In Percentage) 36: 3.12. Distribution Of 10,000 Speakers By Languages 37: 3.13. House Types 37: 3.14. Fertility Rates 37: 3.15. Demographic Information As Per Census 2001 38: 3.16. Distribution Of Religion By Sex With Percentage Of Total Population: (State/District) (2001) 41: 3.17. Distribution Of Disabled Persons By Type Of Disabilty And Residence: (In %) (2001) 55: 3.18. Distribution Of Beggars (2001) 57: 3.19. Population, India, States And Union Territory 1901-2001 59: 3.20. Decadal Variation In Population, 1901-2001 59: 4.1. Statewise Distribution Of Individual Scheduled Caste Population By Sex And: Literacy Rate (2001) 62: 4.2. Sc Population Ratio W.R.T. Population (2001) 65: 4.3. Distribution Of Individual Scheduled Castes Population By Sex: (State/District) (2001) 68: 5.1. St Population Ratio W.R.T. Population (2001) 77: 6.1. State-Wise Obc List 83: 6.2. State-Wise Central List Of Backward Classes Notified By Government: Of India 84: 7.1. Chief Ministers Of Punjab 91: 7.2. Governors Of Punjab 92: 7.3. Name Of State, Districts, Tehsils And Towns 104: 7.4. List Of Administrative Districts (1961) 106: 7.5. List Of Administrative Districts (1971) 106: 7.6. List Of Administrative Districts (1981) 107: 7.7. List Of Administrative Districts (1991) 107: 7.8. List Of Administrative Districts (2001) 107: List Of Tables: 12 Punjab: 8.1. Literacy 110: 8.2. Level Of Education 111: 8.3. Educational Institutions In Punjab 111: 10.1. Distribution Of Language 143: 10.2. Distribution Of Mother Toungue 147: 12.1. Power Supply Position Upto The Year 2004-05 168: 12.2. Export From Punjab (In Crores) 169: 12.3. State Wise And Employment Wise Minimum Wages (Wages Fixed In 60: Employments) 193: 12.4. Total Population, Total Workers, Main Workers, Marginal Workers: And Non-Workers-India, States And Union Territories : 2001 247: 12.5. Total Workers (Main + Marginal) And Their Categories-India, States: .And Union Territories : 2001 248: 13.1. Net Domestic Product At Factor Cost By Industry Of Origin (At Current: Prices) 251: 15.1. Area, Production And Yield Of Principal Crops 274: 15.2. Area, Production And Yield Of Principal Crops 275: 15.3. Production Of Main Crops (1998-99 To 2000-2001) 276: 15.4. Produciton Of Main Fruits (1998-99 To 2000-2001) 276: 15.5. Production Of Main Vegetables (1998-99 To 2000-2001) 277: 15.6. Net Irrigated Area By Sources ('000 Hect.) 277: 15.7. Production Of Milk, Eggs And Wool 278: 15.8. Distribution Of Household By Sources Of Drinking Water 280: 16.1. United Nations List Of National Parks And Protected Areas 285: 24.1. Number Of Newspapers In 2001 (Language And Periodicity-Wise) 382: 24.2. Circulation Of Newspapers In 2001 (Language And Periodicity-Wise) 383: 24.3. List Of Big, Medium And Small Newspapers - 2001 384: 24.4. Publication Added In 2001 387: 27.1. Annual Plan Of Punjab 2002-2003 423: 27.2. Tenth Plan Of Punjab- 2002-07 427
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