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WOMENS UN REPORT NETWORK - WUNRN WOMEN – RIGHT TO FOOD FOOD SECURITY & FOOD SOVEREIGNTY United Nations Human Rights Council March 9, 2011 Geneva, Switzerland.

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to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and adapt to a changing climate. Read about and discuss in class if your family could follow the example of the Hawksworth family. Discuss the trend and /India’s Green Revolution in crisis? (1) In the 1960s and 1970s farmers in Punjab abandoned traditional farming methods for intensive Green Revolution methods backed by U.S. Foundations and subsidised by Indian policies. A deliberate attempt to become self-sufficient in provision of basic food crops – national food security/


241.57 12th Plan (2012-17) 260.00 Source: Working group report of Planning Commission Production and growth rates of major food crops in India Production (million tons) 2010-11 Growth rate (%) (2007-08-2010-11) Rice 95.32 0.74 Wheat 85.93 3/05 Pulses 9.25 10.46 7.92 9.60 Oilseeds 4.50 6.81 7.74 9.95 Source : DES, MOA Food based interventions in Agriculture Sector Schemes Launching year Major activities National Food Security Mission (NFSM) 2006-07 To produce additional 20 million tons of food grains /

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Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF) UK

to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and adapt to a changing climate. Read about and discuss in class if your family could follow the example of the Hawksworth family’s Green Revolution in crisis? (1) In the 1960s and 1970s farmers in Punjab abandoned traditional farming methods for intensive Green Revolution methods backed by U.S. Foundations and subsidised by Indian policies. A deliberate attempt to become self-sufficient in provision of basic food crops – national food security/

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million SC children and 10.09 million ST girls in classes I-V were to be covered in 15 states and 3 Union Territories, where the enrolment/chain. Double security sealing mechanism Avoiding stacking of the delivered food if its not in a sealed box.. Access only to Only trained and identified food handlers Surveillance / (Import/Export) Safety (Environment/Research) REQUIREMENT OF Food Testing Estimated to be 10 folds by 2020 Estimated 200 Lakhs Food Business Operators in India Safe 3 Meals a day for over 1.2 /

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and sedentary habits for the more affluent The rising middle classes in transition economies such as India and China are changing their food habits. This is called the food transition from staple to often high protein and fats and /almost 100% classed as dryland : Botswana, Burkina Faso, Turkmenistan, Iraq, and Moldova Desertification affects the food security of over 2billion people in drylands . Africa and Central Asia are particularly at risk, with 3 key areas of vulnerability in Sub-Saharan Africa/

AP World Review May 3, 2006 afternoon.

The greatest advantage is reliable food supply, and hence, the / from Muslim ports in India Sufi mystics and /in US) Indentured servitude (present but more prevalent in North America) Portuguese, the Dutch, and the French adopted similar systems Obruk and Barshchina in Russia Encomienda (Stage I) from Span. encomendar=to entrust], system of tributory labor established in Spanish America. Developed as a means of securing/ISMS Lots of layers while “competing classes” VINI Reaction to Modernization Tentacles /

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CLASS CONTENTS 1. Introduction to Business Laws 2. Indian Contract Act, 1872 3. Patent Act, 1970 4. Trade & Merchandise Marks Act, 1958 5. Copyright Act, 1957 6. Consumer (Protection) Act, 1986 7. Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999 8. Information Technology Act, 2000 9/ India It means a person who is not resident in India. Foreign Security Any security in the form of shares, bonds, debentures, or any other instrument denominated or expressed in foreign currency and includes securities expressed in foreign/


food grains to ensure national food security. Over the years FCI has played an important role in controlling supply, prices and disaster management in times of droughts, etc. The corporation is headquartered in/nuclear power sources (1.9 per cent). Delhi has one of the highest per capita electricity consumption among the states in India. In 2009-10, per capita/ for Delhi 2010-2021, the Delhi Government will develop world-class infrastructure within planned industrial estates to promote industrial growth. The /

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an opportunity for the citizens to both ‘Discuss’ and ‘Do’. Groups: Girl Child Education, Caring for the Specially-Abled, Clean India, Tribal Development, Challenges in Petroleum Sector, Chemicals & Petrochemicals, Clean Ganga, Consumer Protection and Internal Trade, Digital India, Disaster Resilient India, Energy Conservation, Expenditure Management Commission, Food Security, Green India, Healthy India, Incredible India, Indian Railways, Job Creation, New Education Policy, Skill Development, Sporty/

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for food security, employment, rural poverty and availability of wage goods Paradox of relatively low contribution to GDP but dependency of more than 50% of India’s population Low productivity- represents a huge need & opportunity Low investment in /for School Education-2000 (based on minimum level of learning) Pre-Primary environmental awareness Primary Classes (III- V) environmental phenomenon Upper Primary Classes (VI-VIII) Agriculture and technology processes as part of work education ICSE, CBSE & State/


Class, Poor , Worker & whose 50 to 80% monthly budget spent on Food Articles FOOD INFLATION – 20% NOV. 2009 TO JAN 2010 Week ending Food Inflation % 28.11.2009 19.05 7.12.2009 20.00 1.1.2010 19.68 TRENDS OF INFLATION Year 2009 Wholesale Price Index Consumer Price Index April 1.31 9/ gone to Rs.100 per kg in January 2010 India has become dependent on imported Edible Oil now In 2008-09, India consumed 160 lakh tons of which 75 lakh tons was imported oil Is it food security? Almost 50% dependence on imported /

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to lower the high maternal mortality rate. Women food security and nutrition: Meagre increase in allocation and no concrete steps. REEP, LEARNING/ taken. Women face discrimination in many aspects. They face discrimination on the basis of caste, class, disability, HIV status, /in Budget Making Process in India. IBP( International Budget Project) and Open Budget Index – an indicator of people’s participation in Budget Making. India ranks very low as the level of participation has been found to be dismal. LG - 9/

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Emerging Skill Development Landscape of India Rajiv Mathur Head, Standards and QA, NSDC December 06,2014 New Delhi.

49.9% in 2021 India will add significantly to its labor pool, even as the median age rises by FY2026E, it will be relatively young India should ensure that working population are skilled to meet requirements of the industries. Source: Statistics of School Education 2010 ‐ 11 & Statistics of Higher and Technical Education 2010-11 - MHRD 135mn 62mn 51mn 24mn 4mn Class I-V Class VI-VIII Class/

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9 37 79.2 13.9 43.8 Globals>1,000 Strivers 500-1,000 Seekers 200-500 Aspiers 90-200 Deprived < 90 No. of House holds (In Millions) Year 2010 Year 2015 Year 2025 Income Classes In ‘000Rs Vakrangee Softwares Limited 24 The Changing Landscape of Rural India Higher rural growth of 12% vs. 7% in urban FMCG consumption in/, Remittances Balance Enquiry, Statement of Accounts Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) Pension Disbursement Food Security related DBT Insurance - Life & Non Life, premium payments Retail loans, ODs,/

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societies (law, medicine) excluded women Middle class women who worked found jobs as teachers, /food Propaganda & censorship Conscription Employment of women in factories Civilians lose lives (especially on Western & Eastern fronts) 153. What was the human cost of WWI? 9 million died in/ United Nations – created 1945 Headquarters in NYC – ensures U.S. participation Security Council – U.S., Great Britain/British to withdraw from India? Sepoy Mutiny, 1857 – beginning of Congress Party in India Worked to gain /

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period of 18 months d) for a maximum period of 9 months More questions for IRMA Answer 17: a) for /Mid Day Meal Scheme is provided to the student up to----- Class. a) 6th b) 7th c) 8th d) 5th More questions /in India? a) The scheme is available to all farmenrs-loanee and non loanee. b) It would operate on the basis of area approach. c) The scheme covers food crops only d) None of these More questions for IRMA Answer 23: c) The scheme covers food crops only More questions for IRMA Question 24: National Food security/

HEALTH PROBLEMS IN ELDERLY Pravin Pisudde. Framework Definitions Introduction Demographic trends Physiological/Biological changes in aging Health and.

percentage distribution of population in India & Maharashtra Impact of demographic transition Impact on health The morbidities and disabilities has increased Greater stress on families To produce work force to deal with population Integrated approach of various disciplines Social outcomes of demographic transition Single elderlies Increase in female widowhood Income security Agricultural dependency Dependency Economic demographic transition Increase in elderly dependency ratio from 9.8(1951) to/

I D B I C A P I T A L 1 Public Pension Fund Management in India Conference on Public Pension Fund Management September 24-26, 2001.

Framework of Old Age Income Security in India I D B I C A P I T A L 4 Public Pillar – Poverty Alleviation Programmes n India does not have Social Security Programmes of OECD Countries n Government’s taxation power is used to fund Poverty Alleviation Programmes 26% of population below poverty line (1999-2000) Employment Generation, Food for Work, Food Subsidy, Subsidised Education and Health/

Please answer these questions in the box for Tuesday’s Bell Ringer. Update your table of contents for today’s handouts: Why did you sign up for this class?

class? What do you think you know about Economics? What do you think you will learn in this class? Today’s Handouts: #0 – Table of Contents #1 – 9/4 – Bell Ringer (9/4-9/Tuesday, October 16, 2012 One of everyone’s basic needs is for food. To satisfy this need, how should the 3 economic questions be /Security All 5 Different in Difft countries Equity Security Goals Not ValuedEquityFreedom Efficiency, Growth ExamplesHong KongUS, Germany, India, Brazil North Korea, Cuba The degree of government intervention in/

I The Roaring 20s? A) Postwar inflation occurred as governments printed new money. B) The United States’ and Japan’s economy and culture boomed in the.

Federal Security Agency 1939. Had the responsibility for several important government entities. Until it was abolished in 1953, it administered social security, federal education funding, and food and drug safety. 5. HOLC - Home Owners Loan Corporation 1933. To assist in the refinancing/in any other country." I should be grateful if you would bring this declaration to the knowledge of the Zionist Federation. Yours sincerely, Arthur James Balfour Surrender of Jerusalem 1917 X India Nationalism A) Upper class/

GLOBAL HISTORY GLOBAL HISTORY Review - AFRICA 1 BELIEF SYSTEMS: in Africa & Asia l Animism l Hinduism l Buddhism l Jainism l Confucianism & Daoism l.

settlements developed in river Valleys 9 What was an important result of the Neolithic Revolution? (1) Food supplies /in Athens, the Gupta Empire in India, and the Tang dynasty in China all experienced a golden age with 1. advancements in the principles of democratic governments 2. outstanding contributions in/. reducing the size of the middle class. 4. reducing the wealth of European/ … (collective security)... U.N. Security CouncilUnited Nations = PEACE … (collective security)... U.N. Security Council OAS (/


6.00 2Hy. Bajra (S)856026.7829.65 -2.87 3Rice (K)545532.0038.50 -6.50 4Rice (S)3540.8049.84 -9.04 5Tobacco (B)786020.0024.62 -4.62 6Tobacco (C)82025.0030.24 -5.24 7Hy. Castor39020.0023.38 -3.38 8Pigeonpea2058.0013/all act together with a goal in view - there will be all round prosperity. These are very important public policy considerations for India to strengthen her economic. Food, nutrition and livelihood security by using agriculture as a tool for integrated growth. India can also provide leadership at /

AP World Review May 3, 2006 afternoon. Who takes the test s 21,000+ students took the test in 2002. s This was the most popular first-year exam in the.

China into the economy as a major food-producing region, center of trade; commercial /in India –Central Asian Turkish adventurer invaded India in 1523, seized Delhi in 1526 –By his death in 1530, Mughal empire embraced most of India/in Russia Encomienda (Stage I) s from Span. encomendar=to entrust], system of tributory labor established in Spanish America. s Developed as a means of securing/– 1914 ISMS Lots of layers while “competing classes” VINI Reaction to Modernization Tentacles of Technology North/

UNIT 1 The Delhi sultanate is a noble example for the glory of ancient India.Its culture, art and architecture that exists even today is praiseworthy.

his cultivation and his food requirements." To enforce the/in which the peasants surplus was expropriated by the ruling class.kharaj Death Alauddin died in/India Having established Mughal rule over northern India, Akbar turned his attention to the conquest of Rajputana. No imperial power in India based on the Indo-Gangetic plains could be secure if a rival centre of power existed on its flank in/in Mansabdari System 5.Lack of Navy 6.Financial Bankruptcy 7.Lack of Nation Building 8.Vastness of Mughal Empire 9/

AN ODYSSEY TO SUSTAINABILITY: THE URBAN ARCHIPELAGO OF INDIA B. Sudhakara Reddy Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research Mumbai, India We can not. % of total population Megacities and large urban Agglomerations (1950-2015) Megacities (>10 million inhabitants) Urbanisation Scenario in India No. of Class-I Cities(> 1 million) : 58 (2015) % of Urban Population /; No kinship that often ensures physical safety, food security, and the availability of child care areas Objectives and Methodology Main aim: Investigate whether the present pattern of urban development in India is sustainable. Methodology (i) Identification of 10/

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Employment Class In India the employment class is broadly divided in to self employed, regular employees and casual employees. Self employed constitute more than half of the total employment in India. This proportion declined till 1999 but has again increased in the/ Cork Construction Public Admin And Defence; Compulsory Social Security Post And Telecommunications Food And Beverages And Tobacco Rubber & Plastic Textiles, Textile Products and Leather Change in Labour Input Growth, 1997 to 2004 less 1980 to/

FOOD AND NUTRITON SECURITY AT HOUSEHOLD AND NATIONAL LEVEL Dr.P.Yasoda Devi Deputy Director Planning and Monitoring Cell Administrative Office ANGR Agricultural.

income debts Type of House Children attending school Yes/No Personal Hygiene Rajaratnam & Maneema 5 th class Illiterate with Good awareness on child care 5 (16,13,1 0,7,3½ yrs) Nuclear/based monitoring 8.Both the community and the Government ownership of the programme/project 9.Income-generating activities supported by low-interest credit arrangements for the poor, particularly poor/men. Principles on which conquest of poverty, malnutrition, and Food Security in India has to be based. A. The protection of the/

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of energy, food, water and climate security Struggle for development in failing states = Arc of Instability China’s dramatic growth – Beijing Consensus – set to play a key role in new world/18T)) US (~$38T) 3. Japan (~$5T) India (~$38T) 4. India Brazil 5. Germany Mexico 6. Russia Russia 7. UK Indonesia 8. France Japan 9. Brazil UK 10. Italy Germany 11. Mexico /Eco-friendly lifestyle catching on with rising middle-class. Methane gas from human and animal waste in villages Law on the Circular Economy effective /

TABLE OF CONTENTS Executive Summary

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class section of the Indian people were gradually being drawn towards what looked like the superior culture and the mode of life ofthe polished westerner. But up to a time this harmful tendency was working in only a very limited way. For the common man in India/ Vastra (cloth). 9. Abharana (jewels). 10. Gandha (perfume). 11. Pushpa (flowers). 12. Dhupa (incense). 13. Dipa (light). 14. Naivedya (food) ; Tambulam (/experience. It is ritual Yoga practice which secures that experience for them. The concept of/

India’s Economic Prospects Prof. Gulshan Sachdeva J Nehru U Delhi & ICCR Chair at CGG, KU.

1950-2013 Sectoral Growth Rates Sectoral growth in the last few years Growth Performance in Five Year Plans Eleventh Plan ( 2007-12) Average Growth 7.9% ( Target 9%) Average 7.8% in the last ten years ending 2012 12 FYP/in West Asia), WTO and the international trading regime, reform of international institutions of global governance, sustainable development, terrorism, food and energy security and consolidation of intra-BRICS cooperation Setting up of BRICS Development Bank India-China-Russia/ India/

Food or Consequences: Food Security and Its Implications for Global Sociopolitical Instability Christopher B. Barrett Cornell University Seminar presented.

from cotton to food crops in LICs/MICs (e.g., India). Supply Drivers Productivity growth must occur near demand growth b/c 85-90% of food consumed in the country where it is grown. Food productivity growth in Africa/Asia is/in Africa and Asia. Summary The means by which food security is achieved, and for whom, matters fundamentally to the relationship between food security and sociopolitical stability. Food security achieved via greater productivity per worker/ha/m 3, reduced post-harvest loss, improved food/

Vocational Education & Training (VET) A presentation by i Watch, about VET, in 37 slides Slides 2 to 7 explain the 5 building blocks for INDIA Slides 8.

knowledge / learning 8.The need for benchmarking & improving 9.The urge & need to become World Class 10.To excel in any particular field of activity A. - Purpose of Education, contd. 10. To reduce growth rate of population 11. To reduce Law & Order problems 12. To reduce the incidence of AIDS 14. To improve SECURITY within INDIA 15. To improve HORMONY between the people 16. To/

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