कुछ मित्रों ने अभी से नव वर्ष की अग्रिम शुभकामना की प्रक्रिया प्रारम्भ कर दी है। इस परिप्रेक्ष्य मे, मैं आप सब के समक्ष “राष्ट्रकवि श्रद्धेय रामधारी सिंह दिनकर ” जी की कविता प्रस्तुत कर रहा हूँ (आप स्वयं तय करे, कि बधाई अभी भेजना है या गुडीपाडवा पर)
👇ये नव वर्ष हमे स्वीकार नहीं,
है अपना ये त्यौहार नहीं! है अपनी ये तो रीत नहीं, है अपना ये व्यवहार नहीं।
Padam Vibhuhshan Ajim Premji requires no introduction as he is informally known as Czar of Indian IT Industry. He has recently announced his retirement from the post of Executive Chairman of Wipro after 53 years of leadership. He has turned a small Western Indian Vegetable Products Ltd into a giant software company WIPRO. Read More »
India lives in villages and it has 649481 villages. The ground water table is going down in most of our villages. It is said that if third world war is fought it will be fought for water. To improve water table village ponds can help a lot.
These ponds can be used for drinking water for the cattle and at times it can be used as irrigation of land. Ponds can also be used for fish farming. If we decide to have an additional pond of 5 hectare in each village built with the MNREGA scheme in the coming year and put it to use for fish farming. It can boost fish production of 9.7 lakh tonnes per annum taking an average of 3 tonne per hectare.
Taking an average price of Rs 200 per kg it will be additional revenue of Rs 19400 crore to village panchayats.
Even if the fish are to be used by panchayats for serving to the students in mid-day meal scheme free of cost it will improve the health of the students. A 5 hectare pond can give 15000 kg fish per annum and 300 kg of fish per week to the school can be sufficient to be served to 1500 children once per week. This quantity can be adjusted as per the number of students in the village schools. This will go a long way in improving the health of children in times to come.
The ponds will also help recharge ground water and a source of water for cattle and irrigation.
Modi government 1.0 declared to double the farmers’ income by 2022 and also reiterated this commitment during recent election in their manifesto for Modi Government 2.0. Though 70% of rural population is dependent on agriculture, it accounts for 23% of GDP and 59% of country’s workforce in 2016.Read More »
Chanakya (370 BC -283 BC) is considered as the pioneer of the field of Economics and Political Science in India. As a faculty member of famous University of Taxila he dreamt of uniting the whole India and managed to establish the Maurya Empire (the first empire to rule most of the Indian subcontinent) by guiding Chandragupta’s rise to power at a young age. Two books are attributed to Chanakya: Arthashastra and Chanakya Neeti (also known as Neetishastra).Read More »
Anger is a natural, usually a healthy human emotion as it is the part of flight or fight response to fear and threat situations. But when it gets out of proportion and turns destructive not only for the relationships and career but also for the overall quality of your life and sometimes even the life itself. Anger can be a good servant but it is always a bad master.Read More »
We are going through the Parliamentary election in India nowadays. Our Constitution has granted every citizen over 18 years of age right to vote in election; this is known as Adult Franchise. Though our right to vote is optional yet we should take it as our duty to vote to strengthen our democracy. It has been a tendency among voters, especially in the urban areas, to treat the voting day as a day of rest. While skipping the vote may not seem to cause any harm, the long-term consequences are disastrous.
Here’s why every citizen of India must cast his or her vote: