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STATUS OF SCHEDULE TRIBES IN ANDHRA PRADESH
Dr. P. Subramanyachary
The Dawn Journal , 2013,
Abstract: Schedule Tribes (ST’s) are Indian population groups that are explicitly recognized by the constitution of India order 1950. The order lists 744 tribes across 22 states in its first schedule. In Andhra Pradesh 33 types of Schedule Tribes are living in 8 districts. ST’s are 6.6% are in total population of Andhra Pradesh. They have rich heritage along with their innocent life style. As they are living in hill areas and forests they have some peculiar characters like indications of primitive traits, distinctive culture, and shyness of contact with other communities, geographical isolation, backwardness etc. So, for their development central and state governments are implementing different programmes and schemes since 1951. After the Ministry of Tribal affairs were constituted in 1999, there is more focus on development of Schedule Tribes in Indian society especially in Andhra Pradesh. The persisting problems like low literacy and high drop-outs, inadequate health services, lack of nutrition food, extreme poverty, and ineffective implementation of schemes etc are putting them away from economic development. Hence, there should be more commitment by both central and state government and local bodies to develop Schedule Tribes in the society. As literacy is 37% NGO’s and other voluntary organizations have to play key role to bring awareness among schedule tribes regarding programs and scheme for their development. Awareness and participation of Schedule Tribes in the implementation of policies leads to prosperity of ST community in the state as well as country.
New-Type Solutions of the Modified Fischer-Kolmogorov Equation
P. Drábek
Abstract and Applied Analysis , 2011, DOI: 10.1155/2011/247619
Abstract: We prove the existence of new-type solutions of the modified Fischer-Kolmogorov equation with slow/fast diffusion and with possibly nonsmooth double-well potential. We show that a certain relation between the rate of the diffusion and the smoothness of the potential may originate new type solutions which do not occur in the classical Fischer-Kolmogorov equation. The main focus of this paper is to show the sensitivity of the mathematical modelling with respect to the chosen form of the diffusion term and the shape of the double-well potential.
A Financial Performance Analysis of RRBs: Pre and Post Transformation
Dr. Ishwara. P
International Journal of Economics and Research , 2011,
Abstract: In this paper an attempt has been made to study the performance of the RRBs since 1980 to 2009. In order to know the implications of transformation of RRBs in 2004, the study focuses financial results before and after amalgamation. RRBs were established “with a view to developing the rural economy by providing, for the purpose of development of agriculture, trade, commerce, industry and other productive activities in the rural areas, credit and other facilities, particularly to small and marginal farmers, agricultural laborers, artisans and small entrepreneurs, and for matters connected therewith and incidental thereto”(RRBs Act, 1976). RRBs alone have organized roughly 12 lakh self-help groups, 45 per cent of the total self-help groups in the country. RRBs have also issued over 40 lakh Kisan Credit Cards to the farmers and organized over 5,000 out of 11,000 farmers’ clubs under NABARD scheme. Though the growth in credit when seen in isolation gives an impression of the impressive strides made by RRBs in disbursing credit, they account for a very small proportion (around 3 per cent) of the total assets of the Indian banking sector, despite their significant branch network. While C-D ratio for 50 RRBs was more than 60 per cent that for 87 banks was less than 40 per cent in March 2004. The Government of India (Ministry of Finance) issued notifications on September 12, 2005 for amalgamation of 28 RRBs into nine new RRBs sponsored by nine banks in six States. These amalgamations have become effective from September 12, 2005. After amalgamation, RRBs transformation has resulted in a 200 per cent increase in net profits, a 100 per cent increase in business, a gradual reduction in the number of loss-making banks and addition of 1,000 outlets. All this has been because of consolidation among RRBs. The Central government initiated the process of amalgamating RRBs in September, 2005. Then there were 196 RRBs. The study reveals that, RRBs seem to have better Non-Performing Assets (NPA) management with net NPA coming down every year after the amalgamation. In 2005-06, the net NPA stood at 3.96 per cent. It declined to 1.98 per in 2008-09. RRBs are extending loans to non-agricultural sector in rural areas also. They are broad-basing their credit pattern. Malaprabha Grameen Bank went ahead to finance vehicles for rural transport system. Financing of vehicles for rural transportation helped villagers, as they sold their produce in urban areas. The reduction in number of RRBs has not resulted in any sudden reduction in staff strength since there was no termination of s
Neurolytic Blocks for Cancer Pain Management
Dr G P Dureja
Indian Anaesthetists' Forum , 2002,
Abstract: Pain is among the most common symptom in cancer patients. It is estimated that 4 million cancer patients suffer pain globally and for most of these patients pain is not satisfactorily relieved. For over a decade; World Health Organization (WHO) has taken a lead in establishing a consensus for a scientifically valid method of relieving cancer pain that is relatively simple; inexpensive and easy to apply at community level; known as the WHO Three step Analgesic Ladder method.
FRUIT IN AZERBAIJANI MANIS/BAYATIS / AZERBAYCAN MANILERINDE/BAYATILARINDA MEYVE
Dr. Eyüp AKMAN
Turkish Studies , 2008,
Abstract: Material and moral values of a society are reflectedin its literary products. As a matter of fact, these valuesare the ones on which the society is based. In manis,which are considered to be a folk literary genre, manyeconomic, social and political aspects of the society canbe found as well. This study tries to determine andanalyse how “fruit” is used in Azerbaijani manis, whatmeanings fruit conveys, and what values and imagespeople ascribe to it.
Van de redactie
Dr. P. Wagenaar Hummelinck
Nieuwe West-Indische Gids , 1980,
Abstract:
In memoriam Frater M. Realino
Dr. P. Wagenaar Hummelinck
Nieuwe West-Indische Gids , 1978,
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Dr. D.C Geijskes ten afscheid als redacteur
Dr. P. Wagenaar Hummelinck
Nieuwe West-Indische Gids , 1979,
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Rotstekeningen van Cura ao, Aruba en Bonaire
Dr. P. Wagenaar Hummelinck
Nieuwe West-Indische Gids , 1973,
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In Memoriam Prof. Rutten en twee zijner leerlingen
Dr. P. Wagenaar Hummelinck
Nieuwe West-Indische Gids , 1946,
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