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The Journal of Social Environment
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The Journal of Bengal Geographer
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International Journal of Interdisciplinary and Multidisciplinary Research
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Nomads of today-a case study on socio-political dimension

Mr.Anirudha Hazra

World is striving to advance technologically and in an eco friendly way. These changes are now being witnessed in first, second and in third world countries also. But there are some people who also live in these worlds without caring for this progress. They live in the world of their own. They are misfit to these ever changing worlds. They are ‘nomads’, the bohemians cling to their own lifestyle not at all caring for future. Today is only important to them but tomorrow. Tomorrow is left for tomorrow.In the long past they had ancestral homes, good arable lands, but in course of time they were stripped of their hearth and home, forced to move to unfriendly infertile land by superior race. As such they found it difficult to continue living there and left it to eke out living elsewhere and become ‘nomads’ Nomads are found in many countries of the world. They are also found in many states of India viz. Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, Himachal Pradesh, Orissa, Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal etc. in West Bengal nomads of different origin are also found. These people never stay permanently anywhere. They live in open air or somehow made ‘Jhopries’, by the side of railway tracts, dilapidated buildings, outside of villages etc I.e. far from the madding crowd. They eke out living of anything I.e. sometime as agricultural laborers, performing black art, i.e. magic, tight rope walking, and circus tricks, as snake charmer etc.

Decadal growth of irrigation in Jalpaiguri district

Goutam Kundu

Successful agriculture operation in West Bengal however, is still being dependent on the single most dominant climatic parameters i.e. rainfall. But even that rainfall though copious, is characterized by seasonal concentration, uncertainty and variability. The ground water resource of any territory is significant from two considerations. One of them is utilization in irrigating crops and another is for drinking water. In our analysis the focus of attention is on the compares the irrigation condition and growth within one decade in jalpaiguri district.

Social and cultural tradition of a backward tribe in North-East India- a sample analysis

Mr.Amit Hudda

Suantaks are one of the communities of chin-kuki-mizo, who belonged to the mongolian stock of tibeto-burman race. These people ore mostly found in the north-east India and chin-hills in Myanmar. They are not the smallest community of chi-kuki-mizos, but no research work has been done in this community so far. This paper is a part of a research paper, which is an attempt to explore the culture and tradition the people which remained unearth till toady. This paper will focus the uniqueness and distinction of the culture and tradition of the suantaks from the other communities by giving comparative analysis.    Village is the basic unit of socio-cultural and political life of the suamtaks.  Usually, the suantaks set up a village on the top of the mountain. Naturally, the climate condition of the hill top is cold and pleasant and the climate conditions enhance healthiness to the people. The availability of firewood is another reason for the establishment of a village on the top of a hill. The practice of tribal raid or head hunting is one of the most important reasons responsible for the selection of a hill top for the establishment of a village. Usually, a village is established under a responsible person called Hausa (village chief).  

Governments initiatives in social and economical development of backward people in India

Dr.Narasingha Narayan

UnderT    Indian Constitution, ‘social security and social insurance’ falls under the Concurrent List (List III, item 23). Article 41 of the Constitution (Directive Principles of State Policy) lays down that ‘The State shall, within the limits of its economic capacity and development, make effective provision for securing the right to work, to education and to public assistance in cases of unemployment, old age, sickness and disablement, and in other cases of undeserved want’. Article 42 provides for securing ‘just and humane conditions of work and for maternity relief’, and Article 43 enjoins upon the State to secure ‘to all workers, agricultural, industrial or otherwise, work, a living wage, conditions of work, ensuring a decent standard of life and full enjoyment of leisure and social and cultural opportunities’. In this paper we evaluate the welfare scheme of government as well as development.  

Cyclic change in geographical thought in modern world wide educational attainment

Mr. Sandipan Pan

Urbanization means the growth of the number and size of the towns and the spreading of quality of life in towns. Naturally the growth and development is infrastructural development etc.). Primary target is to demonstrate the connection between urbanization and rural development. Urbanization is closely connected to regional development. There is no only one viable (universal) regional development trend. Sustainable development is one of the most important types of them. Lots of sign shows that certain parts of urbanization process could not be part of sustainable Development. Success of sustainable development in urbanization process depends on the relationship between towns and their rural territory different in several parts of the world. on the other hand the urbanization is not only effect to towns. It has also an effect on rural region. Several attendant Phenomenon belong to the urbanization (economic development, rural development. 

Problems and prospects of cotton industry in dhaniakhali block of hooghly district

Mr.Sutapa Dutta

Dhaniakhali block, with its non-municipal headquarter at Dhaniakhali, is one of the eighteen blocks of Hooghly district of West Bengal. It is highly famous for its cotton handloom products. It is very difficult to find out the exact time span of origin of the industry in this block, but it is clear that it has very old and strong culture heritage. A large number of people belonging to specific weaver caste known as ‘Tantubay’ in Bengal, live in Dhaniakhali and its surrounding villages. They are efficiently conducting the mechanism of this heritage craft. The weavers are presently engaged under different co-operative societies from where they collect raw materials for weaving and deposit the finished products to the co-operative societies in exchange of wages. These handloom products are distributed in local markets, all over India and abroad. Through this paper, an attempt has been made to bring in light several aspects related with the growth of the industry. At the same time this paper tries to highlight the problems and related with the industry.  

Decadal growth of irrigation in Jalpaiguri district

Goutam Kundu

Successful agriculture operation in West Bengal however, is still being dependent on the single most dominant climatic parameters i.e. rainfall. But even that rainfall though copious, is characterized by seasonal concentration, uncertainty and variability. The ground water resource of any territory is significant from two considerations. One of them is utilization in irrigating crops and another is for drinking water. In our analysis the focus of attention is on the compares the irrigation condition and growth within one decade in jalpaiguri district.

Women empowerment after independents in India

Dr.Rafakul Noor

The principle of gender equality is enshrined in the Indian Constitution in its Preamble, Fundamental Rights, Fundamental Duties and Directive Principles. The Constitution not only grants equality to women, but also empowers the State to adopt measures of positive discrimination in favour of women. Within the framework of a democratic polity, our laws, development policies, Plans and programmes have aimed at women’s advancement in different spheres. From the Fifth Five Year Plan (1974-78) onwards has been a marked shift in the approach to women’s issues from welfare to development. In recent years, the empowerment of women has been recognized as the central issue in determining the status of women. The National Commission for Women was set up by an Act of Parliament in 1990 to safeguard the rights and legal entitlements of women. The 73rd and 74th Amendments (1993) to the Constitution of India have provided for reservation of seats in the local bodies of Panchayats and Municipalities for women, laying a strong foundation for their participation in decision making at the local levels.  

Governments initiatives in social and economical development of backward people in India

Dr.Narasingha Narayan

UnderT        IIndian Constitution, ‘social security and social insurance’ falls under the Concurrent List (List III, item 23). Article 41 of the Constitution (Directive Principles of State Policy) lays down that ‘The State shall, within the limits of its economic capacity and development, make effective provision for securing the right to work, to education and to public assistance in cases of unemployment, old age, sickness and disablement, and in other cases of undeserved want’. Article 42 provides for securing ‘just and humane conditions of work and for maternity relief’, and Article 43 enjoins upon the State to secure ‘to all workers, agricultural, industrial or otherwise, work, a living wage, conditions of work, ensuring a decent standard of life and full enjoyment of leisure and social and cultural opportunities’. In this paper we evaluate the welfare scheme of government as well as development.  

Problems and prospects of cotton industry in Dhaniakhali block of Hooghly district

Mr.Sutapa Dutta

Dhaniakhali block, with its non-municipal headquarter at Dhaniakhali, is one of the eighteen blocks of Hooghly district of West Bengal. It is highly famous for its cotton handloom products. It is very difficult to find out the exact time span of origin of the industry in this block, but it is clear that it has very old and strong culture heritage. A large number of people belonging to specific weaver caste known as ‘Tantubay’ in Bengal, live in Dhaniakhali and its surrounding villages. They are efficiently conducting the mechanism of this heritage craft. The weavers are presently engaged under different co-operative societies from where they collect raw materials for weaving and deposit the finished products to the co-operative societies in exchange of wages. These handloom products are distributed in local markets, all over India and abroad. Through this paper, an attempt has been made to bring in light several aspects related with the growth of the industry. At the same time this paper tries to highlight the problems and related with the industry.    

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