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0.20 lakh ha Production 0.95 lakh tonnes Spices 15.56 lakh ha Production 5.20 lakh tonnes Problems Sikkim suffers from horticulture research backup, as there is no Agriculture College or University with the exception of ICAR sub-center/ technology Nagaland  Horticulture Scenario Horticulture crops covers 9.95% of the gross cropped area. Of the 58370 ha. under culturable wasteland and 157210 ha. under permanent fallow, an estimated 29lakh ha could be developed under horticultural crops Area and production of/


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fledged state of India. Chinese and India later did a deal – the Chinese recognized India’s sovereignty over Sikkim, and India recognized that of the Chinese over Tibet. China and India have also had a series of border/ than rest of India Advanced technology sector Bangalore, Chennai Election of communists, religious pluralism Kerala Environmentalism Gender equality Dravidian culture and languages Microsoft Technology Center in Bangalore F. Southern South Asia Sri Lanka: island off SE coast Rice, nuts/


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[21]US$ [21] Episode 5: Intolerance to Love The fifth episode focused on unacceptability of love marriage in Indian culture, and also threw the limelight on honor killing in the country. The show showcased some real life examples where a couple/show then discussed on alternatives to pesticides free farming. Aamir Khan talked to Sikkims Chief Minister, Pawan Chamling, about Sikkim imposing a total ban on chemical pesticides and fungicides. Sikkim is the first state in India aiming to convert all its farms to/


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as in religious or magic ceremonies) or (4) for performances ( as in actors and dancers). Most nations all over the world have a cultural past which includes masks. There are three basic types of masks: the helmet mask, which covers the wearer’s entire head; the face mask/ mask is from the Himilayan country of Sikkim. It represents the Lord of the Dead, Mahakala (ma-ha-kah- la), who is featured at the New Year’s Festivals. As in other cultures that have such a character, Mahakala took the souls of the dead /


Biodiversity and its conservation Biodiversity Bio = life Diversity = Variety The term biodiversity was first coined by Walter G. Rosen in 1986. Biodiversity.

a)Eastern Himalayas: There are numerous deep and semi-isolated valleys in Sikkim which are extremely rich in endemic plant species. In an area of 7298 Km 2 of Sikkim about 4250 plant species are found of which 60% are endemic. /sites are under consideration. Biosphere Reserve (BR) is an international designation by UNESCO for representative parts of natural and cultural landscapes extending over large area of terrestrial or coastal/marine ecosystems or a combination thereof. BRs are thus special environments/


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is bordered by China in the North, the Indian states of Arunachal Pradesh in the East, West Bengal & Sikkim in the South –West and Assam in the South.It is bordered by China in the North, the Indian states of Arunachal/policy of Gross National Happiness is mainly based on 4 pillars namely 1. Promotion of sustainable development. 2. Preservation & promotion of cultural values.3. Conservation of natural environment. 4. Establishment of good governance. Government Intervention Cont’d In 1981, the Government formed 20/


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religious or magic ceremonies) or (4) for performances ( as in actors and dancers). Most nations all over the world have a cultural past which includes masks. There are three basic types of masks: the helmet mask, which covers the wearer’s entire head; the / musicians, acrobats, actors, and poets. Sikkim This mask is from the Himilayan country of Sikkim. It represents the Lord of the Dead, Mahakalla, who is featured at the New Year’s Festivals. As in other cultures that have such a character, Mahakalla took/


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and also savour delicacies of various states of India. Be it Keralas Dosa or Gujarati Dhokla or Punjabi Rajma-Chawal or Sikkims Momos, you get it all here.  The village ambience at Surajkund Mela not only facilitates city-dwellers to get a /and Faridabad towns.  Surajkund Crafts Mela, the brainchild of the tourism department of Haryana was launched in 1981, celebrates the vibrant culture of India. The fair, celebrated from February 1st to 15th, is set against the background of Surajkund Mela village, which /


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in India is located at...? Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh Sarnath, Uttar Pradesh Gangktok, Sikkim Which is the largest cricket stadium in Asia? Wankhede Stadium Chinnaswamy Stadium Ferozshah Kotla Stadium Eden Gardens Stadium/lal Nehru Subhash chandra bose Motilal lal Nehru ‘I know only one culture’ which culture is Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel talking about Western culture Indian culture Agriculture Horticulture Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel was a loyal follower of Gandhiji Nehru Subhash/


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the oldest system of traditional medicine - originated 5000 BC - Southern part of India.  Evolved with Dravidian culture - Dravidian system of medicine.  Major contribution from 18 Siddhars or spiritual scientists.  Siddhars were sages –/cashew’.  ‘Ballataka’, ‘Bhilawa’ are vernacular names of marking nut.  Found in Sub-Himalayan regions from Sutlej to Sikkim, tropic and Central parts of India, Western Peninsula and North Australia. Phytochemistry of Semecarpus anacardium Linn.  Revealed the presence/


British cede Kashmir including Ladakh to the Hindu Dogras in 1846 Hindu rule in Kashmir continued until Independence in.

infrastructure, including public schools, roads, etc. Aggressive Hindu nationalism, including Hindu law imposed. Non-Nepali languages and cultures repressed. Over 100 Rana Palaces built, importing Italian architects, materials. Younghusband Expedition to Lhasa 1903-4 Massacres, surrender/Gyantse, and Lhasa, negotiations with Dalai Lama Sikkim In 1642 Persecution of the Nyingmapa sect in Tibet lead to their leaders fleeing the country and taking refuge in Sikkim and Bhutan. Phuntsog Namgyal, the grandson of/


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Asia Lahore, Delhi, Banaras, Calcutta and Dacca Agricultural Heartland of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh. Farming Begins Along These Rivers Early cultures used the water resources of the two rivers to irrigate their fields and produce crop surpluses 2500 BC first cities emerge in this/except in the Vale of Kashmir and in Nepal (25,200,000 people). Bhutan has 900,000 and Sikkim less than one million. Sikkim has been incorporated into India and is one of its provinces. Rice and wheat are the dominant grain crops/


NATURAL RESOURCES Natural resources are the sources which are useful to man or can be transformed into a useful product. Natural resources are classified.

erosion, loss of fertility, landslides and loss of biodiversity. 3.Timber extraction also leads to loss of tribal culture and extinction of tribal people. 4.Timber extraction reduces thickness of forest. Indian Scenario In India, industries consume about/ Karnataka, Goa and Gujarat. 4.Copper: Copper occurs in Bihar, Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Orissa, Karnataka, Rajasthan, Gujarat and Sikkim. 5.Gold: Gold is found in free state in Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, and in the alluvial sands of the Ganga, the /


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bird sanctuaries, botanical/horticultural gardens Location Char Dham Yatra, Yamunotri, Gangotri Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Udaipur Sikkim, Goa, Leh, Ladakh Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Bangalore, Ahmedabad Goa, Kerala 9 Types of Tourism Secondary Tourism /in the Ganges and worship the morning Sun 11 Places & Activities Leh &h Ladakh- center of Tibeto-Buddhist culture Rajasthan Spiritual Tour – Hardwar, Rishikesh, Badrinath, Kedarnath (Char Dham), Gangotri and Yamunotri Temples of Khajuraho Wildlife /


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16Sundaland34East Melanesiaan Islands 17Wallacea 18Phillipines Eastern Himalayas Many deep and isolated valleys in Sikkim. 35,000 recorded flora endemic to Himalayas 4250 species in Sikkim of which 60% endemic Sapria himalayana: a parasitic angiosperm seen only / of the conservation dependent Bengal tigers in India. The tigers are maintained for their scientific, economic, aesthetic, cultural and ecological values and to preserve for all time areas of biological importance as a national heritage for the /


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Heritage Committee, composed of 21 State Parties (countries) aims to catalogue, name, and preserve sites of outstanding cultural or natural importance to the common heritage of humankind. The Programme was adopted by the General Conference of UNESCO/ 1. Nanda Devi, Uttaranchal 2. Manas, Assam 3.Dibru-Shikowa, Assam 4.Dehang-Debang, Arunachal Pradesh 5. Kangchendzonga, Sikkim Proposed: 6. Namdhapa,Arunachal Pradesh 7.Kaziranga, Assam 8.Cold Desert, J & K Convention on Wetlands of International Importance /


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from the territorial constituencies in the state (Article 170 of Constitution of India) Special Provision with respect to the State of Sikkim, State of Mizoram, State of Arunachal Pradesh and State of Goa (Article 371 of Constitution of India) Both PC and /identified polling station where electors cast their votes on the poll day Electoral Rolls Parts Sections Locality Area Households That is true culture which helps us to work for the social betterment of all Notes : This slide can be used to recap what they/


Welcome to one of the most beautiful parts of India….

tribal areas Different dance forms, handicrafts, festivals such as Bihu Offers exciting places to visit such as Kaziranga National Park (Rhinos!), Sikkim, Tea Gardens and Kanchenjunga site seeing Simple, religious people, a primarily agrarian society with a nascent business setup Culturally vibrant with many tribal areas Different dance forms, handicrafts, festivals such as Bihu Offers exciting places to visit such as Kaziranga/


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unique. Tangible and intangible heritage, Part of Southern Silk Route, Tea & Horse civilization Centrally located, Geographically contiguous and culturally convergent. India – China interface Stunningly beautiful with endless attractions, most diverse in bio-resources - all inviting to be /s MOFCOM Border Trade between India and China at Nathula-La This strategic Tibet-Sikkim border pass, 14,000 ft above This strategic Tibet-Sikkim border pass, 14,000 ft above sea level, was opened for restricted official/


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IndiaForest-PLUS Shimoga (Shimoga District, Karnataka State); Hoshangabad (Madhya Pradesh State); Rampur (Himachal Pradesh State); Sikkim (Sikkim state) 4.00 IndonesiaIFACS Eight landscapes on three islands in the Indonesian archipelago: Aceh Selatan and Aceh Tenggara/ complicates monitoring across multiple jurisdictions. Differences in cultural norms and sensitivities between jurisdictions and supporting partners. Differences in cultural norms and sensitivities between jurisdictions and supporting partners/


Natural resources Natural resources are natural assets (raw materials) occurring in nature that can be used for economic production or consumption. Such.

generating large amounts of revenue in various countries across the globe in response to the development of tourist industry. Cultural and religious importance: Many of the tribal consider forests and its trees as abode of deities known as Sacred/not only for their food and energy demands but also for the sustenance of their diverse cultural and religious beliefs. Example: Gumpa Forests in Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh. Problem associated with the forest resource: Over exploitation of forest resources: /


Religions of South Asia Buddhism in the Subcontinent  Buddhism has roots in northern India and Hinduism.  It began as a reform movement within Hinduism.

Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos By 6 th century BCE, spread to Nepal, Sikkim, Tibet, Mongolia, China, Japan, KoreaBy 6 th century BCE, spread to Nepal, Sikkim, Tibet, Mongolia, China, Japan, Korea Schools of Buddhism Sects emerged due/ leading organization called the Tibetan Government in Exile Established educational, cultural and religious institutions to preserve Tibetan identity and heritage Established educational, cultural and religious institutions to preserve Tibetan identity and heritage Reputation as/


Abominable Snowman or Yeti, legendary wild man of the Himalayas. Reports of sightings have come from Nepal (where the creature is known as Yeti) and from.

region, and are part of their history and mythology. Stories of the Yeti first emerged as a facet of Western popular culture in the 19th century. The scientific community generally regards the Yeti as a legend, given the lack of conclusive evidence, / [33] Peter Byrne reported finding a yeti footprint in 1948, in northern Sikkim, India near the Zemu Glacier, while on holiday from a Royal Air Force assignment in India. [34] Sikkim Zemu Glacier Royal Air Force [34] In 1953, Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing/


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6 Some State gaming legislations Assam Game and Betting Act,1970. The West Bengal Gambling and Prize Competitions Act, 1957. Sikkim Online Gaming (Regulation) Act, 2008; only legislation governing online gaming. Orissa (Prevention of) Gambling Act, 1955. Delhi / reserved │ Not for circulation 14 Mahalakshmi Case: Unsettling the settled position of law The premises of one Mahalakshmi Cultural Association (“Association”) was raided by the Inspector of Police, Chennai, basis, its premises was being used for /


PROSPECTS OF ORGANIC VEGETABLE PRODUCTION IN INDIA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO HILLS RAKESH H-10-56-M MASTER’S SEMINAR.

ECONOMIC SECURITY ECONOMICALLY VIABLE ADDED VALUE GOOD WORKING CONDITIONS Fair trade ENSURE FOOD SUPPLY Satisfy local needs RESPECT TO LOCAL CULTURE SAFE, GOOD TASTE & QUALITY Technology packages for Organic Vegetables  Timely preparation of soil to a fine tilth /more inclined to transform the traditional agriculture to organic agriculture because they are not exposed to chemical agriculture. The Sikkim government has ambitious plans to make the state fully organic by 2015 and make it a hotspot for organic /


MODULE 2. MODULE 2: NATURAL RESOURCES Natural resources are natural assets (raw materials) occurring in nature that can be used for economic production.

generating large amounts of revenue in various countries across the globe in response to the development of tourist industry. Cultural and religious importance: Many of the tribal consider forests and its trees as abode of deities known as Sacred/not only for their food and energy demands but also for the sustenance of their diverse cultural and religious beliefs. Example: Gumpa Forests in Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh. Problem associated with the forest resource: Over exploitation of forest resources: /


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10- Development phase ; 4- Predevelopment phase Youngthang Hydroelectric Gorakhpur By pass Patna Muzaffarpur Punjab Biomass Haryana* Biomass Sikkim Hydroelectric Mumbai Nasik Expressway Kosi Bridge Mumbai Offshore Container Paradip Iron Ore Vizag Sea Port Pravara Co-Generation Rajamundry/ 80,000 MWe - Over 1000 Units Landmark Projects A schematic view of the upcoming ISKON Temple and Cultural centre at Mayapuri, West Bengal - the biggest and most prolific structure of its kind worldwide Signature Bridge/


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scholarship and promote entrepreneurship that improve the human conditions; Develop leader in all walks of life; Enhance the cultural environment of the region. SPS ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE CHANCELLOR Vice-Chancellor Registrar HOD Ph. Analysis & QA DEAN (/ Kumar Tripathy Business Analyst ICBIO Clinical Research Bangalore Mr. Awadhesh Chandra Tiwari Vice President – Operation IPCA Laboratories Ltd. Sikkim SPS SPS Contd. Mr. K. Thakur, RM Mr. Biswajit Mohapatra, ASM Franco Indian Pharmaceuticals Pvt. Ltd./


Aum Sri Sai Ram Vedic Krishi Aum Sri Sai Ram VEDIC KRISHI ORGANIC FARMING by SRI SATHYA SAI ORGANISATION TAMILNADU – NILGIRI DISTRICT.

plant protection. 5)Encouraging mixed farming aimed at household food security while conserving biodiversity and local cultural values. 6)Preparing farmers for competitive marketing through value additions eg. Through quality, speciality products and/Krishi 11. Research Institutes/SAUs associated with the Network on Organic Agriculture – Contd… 9.Sikkim- ICAR Research Complex for NEH Region, Sikkim 10.Karnataka - University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad 11.Maharashtra- Dr.Balasaheb Sawant Konkan Krishi/


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16    Madhya Pradesh 2931    Maharashtra 5961    Manipur* 56    Meghalaya * 82    Nagaland *    Orissa 1384    Pondicherry 120    Rajasthan 5050    Sikkim * 98    Tamil Nadu 14152    Uttarakhand * 534    Uttar Pradesh * 1260    West Bengal* 22    Total 102788 TOPOGRAPHIC INDICATORS Field visits To look/indicators of wind energy potential geomorphol ogi cal indicators of wind energy potential social and cultural indicators of wind energy potential. Numerical Modeling Synoptic scale -is a horizontal length /


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and the relationship between the two is often defined/analyzed on the basis of a particular scientific domain or a specific cultural context As an ‘ethical principle’ ‘sustainability’ vs ‘SD’; normative and positive approaches As an ‘ideology’ North-South /.5 Non-revenue water (NRW) (%) 28.243.936.938.4 Integrated Watershed Management Kolahoi Glacier East Rathong Glacier East Rathong Glacier (Sikkim) West Sikkim (N 27º 33‘, 27º48‘: E 88º 46‘, 88º51‘, snout elevation: 4675 masl, south facing) Kolahoi Glacier /


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as “a complete physical, mental and social well being and not merely an absence of disease or infirmity”. II.The concept of health varies among different culture and geographical settings (Colson and Selby, 1974) and the cognition of the concept depends upon the value system of that particular society (Opler, 1963)./.38339.8 14.53.6 Mizoram 31122.29.31.93369.8 6.50.9 Nagaland 19517.45.61.017818.5 6.21.1 Sikkim 37520.822.14.831510.2 22.22.5 Tripura 17636.419.35.118016.7 18.32.2 East 2099351.119.811.32001050.9/


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West Zone Rajasthan* Maharashtra Gujarat Goa South Zone Andhra Pradesh Karnataka Tamil Nadu. North- eastern Zone Assam Sikkim * Interactive workshops Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations Innovation-driven Initiatives by /innovation.  Benefits  Multiplier effect by getting parents and teachers to value creativity and innovation.  Spreading the culture of valuing innovation in the school system.  Current Status  The proposal has been submitted to the Ministry/


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Uttaranchal 72.28 5. Uttaranchal 72.28 6. Gujarat 69.97 6. Gujarat 69.97 7. Punjab 69.95 7. Punjab 69.95 8. Sikkim 69.68 8. Sikkim 69.68 9. West Bengal 69.22 9. West Bengal 69.22 10. Manipur 68.87 10. Manipur 68.87 11. Haryana 68.59/told the Tehelka reporters in a sting operation that he can create trouble all over Karnataka if he was paid Rs. 60 lakhs!!!!!!!!! Where is the “Indian Culture” We are all so proud of it. We are all so proud of it. But where is it? But where is it? Caste, communalism, intolerance/


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bio-compost units in 11 Sugar factories  Seed village in all major crops in every district, Plant Tissue Culture Labs Initiatives of Gujarat- contd.  Cluster Based Seed production for Maize and Vegetables  Agro service provider /fund management of RKVY / NFSM / Extension Reforms  Online subsidy disbursement for borewell/ shallow well / farm mechanization Initiatives of Sikkim  Introduction of Buckwheat for higher income  Relay cropping (Maize with Millets)  Baby corn cultivation with value addition  /


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Cyclone Relief Fund. 13. To Chief Minister’s Relief Fund or Lieutenant Governor’s Relief Fund. 14. National Sports Fund., 15. National Cultural Fund. 16.Technology Development and Application Fund. 17. To National Defence Fund. 18. Any fund set up by the State Govt. of /Section 80IC For all assess ees 1)Producing any article not included in 13th schedule, industry set up in the State of Sikkim during 23-12-2003 to 31-3-2012 2)Producing any article not included in 13th schedule, industry set up in State/


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University." http://www.uohyd.ernet.in/ Developmental role not clearly articulated Newer univs… Central University of Orissa, Sikkim Univ CUO will be a nationally prominent research university recognized for the excellence of its faculty and the balance they/campus; and for its commitment to addressing tribal societys educational, economic, and cultural challenges. http://cuorissa.org/dorun/index.php http://cuorissa.org/dorun/index.php The Sikkim University is being designed in such a way so as to make it/


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in different states  DRS protocol as per international guidelines developed and implemented for three states this year (Gujarat, Sikkim and Maharashtra)  DRS protocol under development for two more states for next year (AP and Orissa)  Gradual/of drug resistance in India Strengthening of laboratory networks through; The implementation of an EQAP for smear microscopy QA of culture & DST in state laboratories DRS: Indian initiative DRS: Requirements for India  Human & financial capacity are being /


Association of hypertension with risk factors & hypertension related behavior among the aboriginal Nicobarese tribe living in Car Nicobar Island, India.

hypertension among tribes in the range of 10-35 per cent Isolated studies carried out in these populations like among Lepchas of Sikkim Himalayas, tribes of Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, and Orissa have documented the hypertension prevalence in the range of 15 to 42 /data of risk factors from all 975 subjects whose BP was measured but it could not be achieved because of various socio-cultural beliefs of the community. Those who had gone to forest, fishing or out of the island (predominantly males) for employment /


Credit Guarantee Fund Trust for Micro and Small Enterprises (CGTMSE) Presentation on Credit Guarantee Scheme.

Credit to Micro & Small Enterprises CGS – Special inclusions  Certain activities under Agri-Clinics and Agri- Business Centres (ACABCs) like Tissue Culture, Feed Processing & Testing Units, Honey & Bee product processing units, Seed Processing Units, Setting up of Information Kiosks / Cool Chain, / Collateral-free Credit to Micro & Small Enterprises Credit Facility Upfront Guarantee Fee Annual Service Fee North East Region (incl. Sikkim) Others Upto Rs.5 lakh 0.75%1.00%0.50% Above Rs.5 lakh to Rs.50 lakh 0./


Buddhism. Buddhism began in northeastern India and is based on the teachings of Siddhartha Gautama. Buddhism began in northeastern India and is based.

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