Overview: India is one among the countries rich in water resources in the world. According to Central Water Commission’s annual report 2014-15 rainfall in India varies from 100 mm in Western most regions to 11000 mm in Eastern most region. The estimated average annual rainfall in India is 117cms. Central water commission estimates that the average annual precipitation is 13200 TMCft (Thousand Million Cubic Feet) in which about 9900 TMCft of water precipitates during monsoon. The overall natural runoff and estimated utilizable surface water resources is 6555.45 TMCft and 1980 TMCft respectively. Along with this about 1320 TMCft ground water is also available for utilization. As per Central Water Commission (CWC) which makes periodic assessment of the country‘s water resources estimates water resources potential of the country that naturally runoff in the rivers is about 6167.7 TMCft. But due to various constraints of topography and uneven distribution over space and time, only about 3705 TMCft of the total annual water potential can be put to beneficial use. This can be achieved through 2277 TMCft of utilizable surface water and 1428.9 TMCft through ground water. While water for drinking purpose has been accorded top most priority in water use, irrigation is the major consumer of water. Ultimate Irrigation Potential which can be created through major and medium irrigation projects is assessed as 58.47 Mha. Besides this, an additional irrigation potential about 35 Mha can be created by taking up long distance inter basin transfer of water from surplus to deficit basins.
“A Study on Women Self Help Groups (SHGs) and Development of Rural Entrepreneurship in Selected villages of Uttar Kannada District”
Development is a multi-dimensional process which affects nation in many ways. It is well known that women constitute half of the national population but their contribution in the economy and other development faces remain unnoticed. The women entrepreneurship is an effective strategy to solve the problem of rural poverty. It promotes the quality of life by motivating women potentiality. The present research aims at focusing some specific areas pertaining to probabilities and hurdles of developing rural entrepreneurship exclusively executed by women SHGs. SHGs are playing a vital role in promoting rural entrepreneurship utilizing local knowledge, occupational skills and available local resources involving women workforce. Policy Makers, Rural Development Practitioners and Educationists in recent years concentrating their attention on SHGs as an instrument for the over all development of rural women and constructive social change.
Key Words- Women Self Help Groups, Women entrepreneur, Rural entrepreneurship, Rural women, Micro enterprise, Women empowerment.
A Study on Depression, Stress among the Parents of Sex Trafficked Female Victims and Social Work Intervention
Human trafficking, or trafficking in persons, is a form of modern-day slavery and millions of people around the world, including children are victims of this crime. Human trafficking is the exploitation of human beings, especially vulnerable populations, and is recognized as one of the most severe abuses of human rights today. Violations of human rights are both a cause and a consequence of human trafficking.
SARVODAYA – GANDHIAN SOCIAL SERVICE
The ideology of Sarvodaya is embedded in the Gandhian conception of an ideal social order as described by Ganguli who devoted his post-retirement phase, his time and energy to study Gandhian social philosophy. Based on this scholarly study he has written Gandhian Vision of an Ideal Social Order. I draw hereafter substantially from his work mostly in his own language.
HR Director at AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals
1. Introduction about your job/career, define your career?
Started my career as Management Trainee in 1988 at Brindavan Alloys Limited, Bangalore and then worked in Bulk Drug company, Garment Sector, White Goods manufacturing sector, Hospitality industry till 1998 and from 1998 onwards working in AstraZeneca Pharma India limited.
1998 October Joined as Deputy Manager HR looking after AstraZeneca plant at Bangalore. Played significant role in AstraZeneca Merger Process. Signed 3 productive settlement with the factory union which brought down cost of production significantly also championed manpower optimization without any Industrial Disputes
2007 Promoted as Sr. Corporate Employee Relations Manager looking after factory and Sales force
2008 Promoted as Associate Director HR handling entire gamut of field force
2012 Promoted as Director HR Handling entire IR & ER of AstraZeneca and able drive productive IR and concluded 4 productive settlements
Disability is often misunderstood and a person with disability is consequently excluded by the society. This has led to non-recognition of the full capacity of the person with disability, thus de-valuing him or her and relegating this person further to the margins. Strengths approach is a relevant paradigm that social workers can use to enhance the capacities of intervention with a person with disability. Using a case illustration, this article highlights the application of strengths based practice in disability counseling.
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