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Welcome to the scholarships app where we update scholarships on daily basis. Hundreds of scholarships are added for every country and location. Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Chhattisgarh Dadra & Nagar Haveli Delhi Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Odisha Puducherry Punjab Rajasthan SC/ST in. 8 फ़रवरी वेबसाईट raudone.info पर उपलब्ध है। National Scholarship Matric Scholarship- Bihar के अन्तर्गत Apply करेंगे।

Samaj Kalyan Yojana rajesh shejawal. This exam will be held on 12th October, Scholarships award provides on the basis of various criteria.

Samaj Kalyan Ayuktalay Pune Recruitment Social Welfare, Thane is going to start Dr. It belongs to Aurangabad Division. The list has been uploaded district wise, block wise and village wise by by the Zila Samaj Kalyan adhikari. Draft proposed guidelines of Swadhar Greh Scheme - reg. List of candidate mention in given PDF are selected to verify document verification. How can we know, what is the status of application of FCRA renewal? This is the question, every organization is asking now days.

Candidates can apply through online and offline mode. Fund will be transferred after the 45 days from the date of filling online application form. The district was formerly known as Chanda District, but was renamed in The area of Patan District is sq. Jintur Taluka Head Quarters is Jintur town. Samaj Kalyan Yojana The UP Chatravriti Yojna is conducted by the Uttar Pradesh Samaj Kalyan Vibhag and students are selected at all levels of education according to their family income, Marks obtained in annual examination and their category.

It is located at Pangari Road, Ranisawrgaon Tq. This scheme is launched by Samaj kalian vibhag of Uttar pradesh. Shadi Anudan Yojana. These are the truly deserving candidates with a passion for further studies but a family background that may not be adequate.

Samaj Kalyan Thane Swadhar Yojana. Samajwadi pension list The school comes under the category of Upper Primary with Secondary The Balika Samriddhi Yojana started in is an important initiative of the government to raise the status of the girl child.

Shramjivi Samaj Kalyan Mandal, Hadolati has been established to impart education to the downtrodden people of the society and the students from the rural and hilly areas. Gangakhed Dist.

Apply Online before In , the district population was 2,, Punyashlok Ahilyadevi Holkar Mahavidyalaya is an other university, established in We are giving here a provisional list of Castes and Tribes in Maharashtra for general awareness. Since the year , Our Organisation 'Mahila Vikas Kendra' is participating in protecting the interest of women and try to give justice to women as well as provide legal aid from Government and to protect and preserve the interest of child in matters of Education and Development in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur, Shahad, Kalyan, Thane including surrounding regions Samaj Kalyan Vibhag, Greater noida,UP sir mera nam sapna h m b ed 1 Year ke student hu mera reg no h mere scholarship abi tak nhi aye h kripya kar ke mere scholarship dilva de.

Swadhar Yojana List will be released on this. The scheme's aims at changing the negative attitude of families and communities towards the girl child, to increase enrolment and retention of girls in schools, to raise the marriage age of girls and to create income opportunities and activities.

The Population of UP State is about ,, which is also the 01st largest state in Indian population and the Uttar Pradesh Districts are covering with an area of , square kilometres or 93, square miles, it is the most prominent state which comes 7th on the area basis. Find your nearest NGO's address, contact details and more. Abhi is mahine bahut se logo ke account me paise aa chuke hai.

It belongs to Marathwada region. Join Facebook to connect with Umesh Ashe and others you may know. Find the most comprehensive list of NGOs in Allahabad. The college has state of art infrastructure. Paisa to aayega lekin der se aayega. Apply to various posts which are opened in your Zilla Parishad. All the above mentioned points make the website of Jan Kalyan Yojana portal very phishy. Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Yojana PMGKY If you are willing to declare the unaccounted income under the new Pradhan Mantri Garib Yojana is very easy and to that you need to follow three steps and these steps are mentioned by the bills passed in the Taxation Laws Bill which was declared in the second amendment in the year Hello Guest!

The Department is implementing a number of schemes for the care, protection and rehabilitation of socially under privileged. To find a AA meeting, perform a search using the search box displayed just above the meeting list table displayed below. Akhilesh Yadav was a fruitful for those families who are struggling to marry their daughters because of financial problems. Chandrapur district is a district in the Nagpur Division in the Indian state of Maharashtra. This Vivah anudan is for the girls who have got married very recently or have their plans in the soon coming months.

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Thane is one of the few industrially advanced districts in the state of Maharashtra. We will also update this material in nearest future. This yojana is only for such Girls who are recently got married or having their shortcoming plan in upcoming months. Samaj Kalyan Yojana. Online application can be done on official site of Samaj Kalyan Vibhag Uttarakhand. Students who got the Rajasthan Samaj Kalyan Vibhag Scholarship or Uttar Matric Scholarship last year and willing to renew for current session for same course can fill the renewal form.

P Societies Registration Act since vide registration no. Designation: Email Id : 1: Dy. The whole of the Rajasthan-Sind frontier runs through this. The little desert extends from the Luni between Jaisalmer and Jodhpur up to the northern west. Between the great and the little deserts lies a zone of absolutely sterile country, consisting of rocky land, cut up by limestone ridges. The Peninsular Plateau is marked off from the plains of the Ganga and the Indus by a mass of mountain and hill ranges varying from to 1, metres in height.

The Peninsula is flanked on the one side by the Eastern Ghats where average elevation is about metres and on the other by the Western Ghats where it is generally from to 1, metres, rising in places to over 2, metres. Between the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea lies a narrow coastal strip, while between Eastern Ghats and the Bay of Bengal, there is a broader coastal area. The southern point of the plateau is formed by the Nilgiri Hills where the Eastern and the Western Ghats meet.

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The Cardamom Hills lying beyond may be regarded as a continuation of the Western Ghats. Geological Structure The geological regions broadly follow the physical features and may be grouped into three regions: the Himalayas and their associated group of mountains, the Indo-Gangetic Plain and the Peninsular Shield.

Most of this area, now presenting some of the most magnificent mountain scenery in the world, was under marine conditions about 60 crore years ago. In a series of mountain-building movements commencing about seven crore years ago, the sediments and the basement rocks rose to great heights.

The weathering and erosive elements worked on these to produce the relief seen today. The Indo- Ganga plains are a great alluvial tract that separate the Himalayas in the north from the Peninsula in the south.

The Peninsula is a region of relative stability and occasional seismic disturbances. Highly metamorphosed rocks of the earliest periods, dating back as far as crore years, occur in this area; the rest being covered by the Gondwana formations, lava flows belonging to the Deccan Trap formation and younger sediments.

River Systems The river systems of India can be classified into four groups viz. The Himalayan rivers are formed by melting snow and glaciers and therefore, continuously flow throughout the year. During the monsoon months, Himalayas receive very heavy rainfall and rivers swell, causing frequent floods. The Deccan rivers on the other hand are rainfed and therefore fluctuate in volume. Many of these are non-perennial.

The Coastal 8 streams, especially on the west coast are short in length and have limited catchment areas. Most of them are nonperennial. The streams of inland drainage basin of western Rajasthan are few and far apart. Most of them are of an ephemeral character.

The Indus, which is one of the great rivers of the world, rises near Mansarovar in Tibet and flows through India and thereafter through Pakistan and finally falls into the Arabian sea near Karachi. Its important tributaries flowing in Indian territory are the Sutlej originating in Tibet , the Beas, the Ravi, the Chenab and the Jhelum. The Ganga-Brahmaputra-Meghna is another important system of which the principal sub-basins are those of Bhagirathi and the Alaknanda, which join at Dev Prayag to form the Ganga.

Below Rajmahal Hills, the Bhagirathi, which used to be the main course in the past, takes off, while the Padma continues eastward and enters Bangladesh. Rivers Chambal and Betwa are the important subtributaries, which join the Yamuna before it meets the Ganga. The Brahmaputra rises in Tibet, where it is known as Tsangpo and runs a long distance till it crosses over into India in 9 Arunachal Pradesh under the name of Dihang.

Near Passighat, the Debang and Lohit join the river Brahmaputra and the combined river runs all along the Assam valley. It crosses into Bangladesh downstream of Dhubri. The Brahmaputra in Bangladesh fed by Teesta, etc.

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The Barak river, the head stream of Meghna, rises in the hills in Manipur. In the Deccan region, most of the major river systems flowing generally in the east fall into Bay of Bengal. The major east flowing rivers are Godavari, Krishna, Cauvery and Mahanadi. Narmada and Tapti are major west flowing rivers. The Godavari in the southern Peninsula has the second largest river basin covering 10 per cent of the area of India.

Next to it is the Krishna basin in the region and the Mahanadi is another large basin of the region. The basin of the Narmada in the uplands of the Deccan, flowing to the Arabian Sea and of the Cauvery in the south, falling into the Bay of Bengal are about the same size, though with different character and shape.

There are numerous coastal rivers, which are 10 comparatively small. While only handful of such rivers drain into the sea near the delta of east coast, there are as many as such rivers on the west coast. A few rivers in Rajasthan do not drain into the sea. They drain into salt lakes and get lost in sand with no outlet to sea. Besides these, there are the desert rivers which flow for some distance and are lost in the desert.

Each of these basins has a drainage area exceeding 20, sq. The eight composite river basins combining suitably together all the other remaining medium drainage area of 2, to 20, sq.

The year s coldest months are December and January, when temperatures average around C F in the north-west; temperatures rise as one proceeds towards the equator, peaking around C F in mainland India s south-east, ii Summer or pre-monsoon season, lasting from April to June April to July in north-western India.

In western and southern regions, the hottest month is April; for northern regions, May is the hottest month. Temperatures average around C F in most of the interior, iii Monsoon or rainy season, lasting from June to September. The season is dominated by the humid south-west summer monsoon, which slowly sweeps across the country beginning in late May or early June.

Monsoon rains begin to recede from North India at the beginning of October. South India typically receives more rainfall, and iv Post-monsoon season, lasting from October to December. In north-western India, October and November are usually cloudless. The Himalayan states, being more temperate, experience two additional seasons: autumn and spring.

Traditionally, 12 Indians note six seasons, each about two months long. These are the spring Sanskrit : vasanta , summer grishma , monsoon varsha , early autumn sharada , late autumn hemanta and winter shishira.

These are based on the astronomical division of the 12 months into six parts. The ancient Hindu calendar also reflects these seasons in its arrangement of months.

India s climate is affected by two seasonal winds the north-east monsoon and the south-west monsoon. The northeast monsoon commonly known as winter monsoon blows from land to sea whereas south-west monsoon known as summer monsoon blows from sea to land after crossing the Indian ocean, the Arabian sea and the Bay of Bengal. The south-west monsoon brings most of the rainfall during the year in the country. Flora India is rich in flora. Available data place India in the tenth position in the world and fourth in Asia in plant diversity.

From about 70 per cent geographical area surveyed so far, over 46, species of plants have been described by the Botanical Survey of India BSI , Kolkata. The vascular flora, which forms the conspicuous vegetation cover, comprises 15, species. With a wide range of climatic conditions from the torrid to the arctic, India has a rich and varied vegetation, which only a few countries of comparable size possess. India can 13 be divided into eight distinct floristic regions, namely, the western Himalayas, the eastern Himalayas, Assam, the Indus plain, the Ganga plain, the Deccan, the Malabar and the Andamans.

The western Himalayan region extends from Kashmir to Kumaon. Its temperate zone is rich in forests of chir, pine, other conifers and broad-leaved temperate trees. Higher up, forests of deodar, blue pine, spruce and silver fir occur. The alpine zone extends from the upper limit of the temperate zone of about 4, metres or even higher. The characteristic trees of this zone are high-level silver fir, silver birch and junipers. The eastern Himalayan region extends from Sikkim eastwards and embraces Darjeeling, Kurseong and the adjacent tracts.

The temperate zone has forests of oaks, laurels, maples, rhododendrons, alder and birch. Many conifers, junipers and dwarf willows also grow here. The Assam region comprises the Brahmaputra and the Surma valleys with evergreen forests, occasional thick clumps of bamboos and tall grasses. The Indus plain region comprises the plains of Punjab, western Rajasthan and northern Gujarat.

It is dry, hot and supports natural vegetation. The Ganga plain region covers the area which is alluvial plain and is under cultivation for wheat, sugarcane and rice.

Only small areas support forests of widely differing types.

The Deccan region comprises the entire table land of the Indian Peninsula and supports vegetation of various kinds from shrub jungles to mixed deciduous forests.

The Malabar region covers the excessively humid 14 belt of mountain country parallel to the west coast of the Peninsula. Besides being rich in forest vegetation, this region produces important commercial crops, such as coconut, betelnut, pepper, coffee, tea, rubber and cashewnut. The Andaman region abounds in evergreen, mangrove, beach and diluvial forests.

The Himalayan region extending from Kashmir to Arunachal Pradesh through Sikkim, Meghalaya and Nagaland and the Deccan Peninsula is rich in endemic flora, with a large number of plants which are not found elsewhere.

Ethno-botanical study deals with the utilization of plants and plant products by ethnic races. A scientific study of such plants has been done by BSI. A number of detailed ethnobotanical explorations have been conducted in different tribal areas of the country.

More than plant species of ethno-botanical interest have been collected and identified at different centres. Owing to destruction of forests for agricultural, industrial and urban development, several Indian plants are facing threat of extinction.

About 1, plant species are considered vulnerable and endangered. About 20 species of higher plants are categorized as possibly extinct, as these have not been sighted during the last six to ten decades. BSI brings out an inventory of endangered plants in the form of a 15 publication titled Red Data Book. Faunal Resources India is very rich in terms of biological diversity due to its unique biogeographical location, diversified climate conditions and enormous ecodiversity and geodiversity.

India s immense biological diversity encompasses ecosystems, populations, species and their genetic make-up. This diversity can be attributed to the vast variety in physiography and climatic situations resulting in a diversity of ecological habitats ranging from tropical, sub-tropical, temperate, alpine to desert. In the light of Biodiversity Convention, India holds a unique position with the priority of conservation of natural resources and sustainable development.

In fact, within only about 2 per cent of world s total land surface, India is known to have over 7. It is 16 estimated that about two times that number of species still remain to be discovered in India alone.

Demographic Background Census The Census of India , was historic and epoch making, being the first census of the twenty-first century and the third millennium. It reveals benchmark data on the state of abundant human resources available in the country, their demography, culture and economic structure at a juncture, which marks a centennial and millennial transition.

Census was the 15 th census of its kind since It was held in two phases: 1. House listing and Housing Census April to September, and 2. Population Enumeration February 9 th to 28 th with Revisional round during 1st to 5th March, Reference Date was 0.

Gender composition of Population Overall sex ratio at the national level has increased by 7 points since census to reach at census This is the highest sex ratio recorded since census As per the census , literates constituted Literacy rate has gone up from It is encouraging to note that out of a total of ,, literates added during the decade, females ,, outnumber males 98,, Population The population of India as on March 1, stood at 1, India accounts for a meagre 2.

Yet, it supports and sustains a whopping per cent of the world population. The population of India, which at the turn of the twentieth century was around million, increased to reach 1, It is defined as the number of persons per sq.

The population density of India in was per sq. The density of population increased in all states and union territories between and Among major states, Bihar is the most thickly populated state with a population density of 1, persons per sq. Sex Ratio Sex ratio, defined as the number of females per thousand males is an important social indicator to measure the extent of prevailing equality between males and females in a society at a given point of time.

The sex ratio in the country has always remained unfavourable to females. It was at the beginning of the twentieth century and thereafter showed continuous decline until The sex ratio from has registered a 10 point increase at census over ; however, child sex ratio has declined to per thousand male.

Literacy For the purpose of census , a person aged seven and above, who can both read and write with understanding in any language, is treated as literate.

A person, who can only 19 read but cannot write, is not literate. In the censuses prior to , children below five years of age were necessarily treated as illiterates.

The results of census reveal that there has been an increase in literacy in the country. The literacy rate in the country is Kerala retained its position by being on top with a 94 per cent literacy rate, closely followed by Lakshadweep Bihar with a literacy rate of Kerala also occupies the top spot in the country both in male literacy with On the contrary, Bihar has recorded the lowest literacy rates both in case of males Table 1.

For , interpolated figures for Assam have been used. For , interpolated figures for Jammu and Kashmir have been used. The population figures of India and Manipur, includes estimated figures of three subdivisions, viz.

Notes: 1. For working out the sex ratio of India and Assam for , interpolated figures for Assam have been used. For working out the sex ratio of India and Jammu and Kashmir for , interpolated figures for Jammu and Kashmir have been used.

The sex ratio for Arunachal Pradesh is not available for the years and for Puducherry it is not available for the years , and Table 1. Literacy rates for , and census relate to population aged five years and above.

The rates for the , , and census relate to the population aged seven years and above. The Literacy rates exclude Assam where the census could not be conducted. The census Literacy rates exclude Jammu and 30 Kashmir. India and Manipur figures exclude those of the three sub-divisions viz. The Population figures of India and Manipur figures include estimated figures of the three sub-divisions viz. The census could not be held owing to disturbed conditions prevailing in Jammu and 39 Kashmir, hence the population figures for of Jammu and Kashmir have been worked out by interpolation.

The census could not be held in Assam. The figures for for Assam have been worked out by interpolation. The colour of the top panel shall be India saffron kesari and that of the bottom panel India green. The middle panel shall be white, bearing at its centre the design of Ashoka Chakra in navy blue colour with 24 equally spaced spokes.

The Ashoka Chakra shall preferably be screen printed or otherwise printed or stencilled or suitably embroidered and shall be completely visible on both sides of the Flag in the centre of the white panel.

The National Flag shall be rectangular in shape. The ratio of the length to the height width of the Flag shall be The design of the National Flag was adopted by the Constituent Assembly of India on July 22, Apart from non-statutory instructions issued by the 43 government from time to time, display of the National Flag is governed by the provisions of the Emblems and Names Prevention of Improper Use Act, No.

The Flag Code of India, is an attempt to bring together all such laws, conventions, practices and instructions for the guidance of all concerned. As per the provisions of the Flag Code of India, , there is no restriction on the display of the National Flag by members of general public, private organizations, educational institutions, etc. In the original, the Lion Capital has four lions mounted back to back, on a circular abacus. The frieze of the abacus is adorned with sculptures in high relief of an elephant, a galloping horse, a bull and a lion separated by intervening Dharma Chakras.

The abacus rests on a bell shaped lotus. The profile of the Lion Capital showing three lions mounted on the abacus with a Dharma Chakra in the centre, a bull on the right and a galloping horse on the left, and outlines of Dharma Chakras on the extreme right and left was adopted as the State Emblem of India on January 26, The bell-shaped lotus was omitted.

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In the State Emblem lies the official seal of the Government of India. The complete song consists of five stanzas. Jana-gana-mangala-dayaka jaya he Bharata-bhagya-vidhata. Jaya he, jaya he, jaya he, Jaya jaya jaya, jaya he! The playing time of the full version of the National Anthem is approximately 52 seconds. A short version consisting of the first and last lines of the National Anthem 48 playing time approximately 20 seconds is also played on certain occasions.

The following is Tagore s English rendering of the anthem: Thou art the ruler of the minds of all people, Dispenser of India s destiny. They pray for thy blessings and sing thy praise. The saving of all people waits in thy hand, Thou dispenser of India s destiny. Victory, victory, victory to thee. National Song The song Vande Mataram, composed in Sanskrit by Bankimchandra Chatterji, was a source of inspiration to the people in their struggle for freedom.

It has an equal status with Jana-gana-mana. The first political occasion when it was sung was the session of the Indian National Congress. The following is the text of its first stanza : Vande Mataram! Sujalam, suphalam, malayaja shitalam, Shasyashyamalam, Mataram!

Vande Mataram, Vande Mataram! The English translation of the stanza rendered by Sri Aurobindo in prose 1 is : I bow to thee, Mother, richly-watered, richly-fruited, cool with the winds of the south, dark with the crops of the harvests, The Mother!

Her nights rejoicing in the glory of the moonlight, her lands clothed beautifully with her trees in flowering bloom, sweet of laughter, sweet of speech, The Mother, giver of boons, giver of bliss. National Calendar The National Calendar based on the Saka Era, with Chaitra as its first month and a normal year of days was adopted from March 22, along with the Gregorian calendar for the following official purposes : i Gazette of India, ii news broadcast by All India Radio, iii calendars issued by the Government of India and iv Government communications addressed to the public.

The Republic is governed in terms of the Constitution, which was adopted by Constituent Assembly on November 26th, and came into force on January 26th, The Constitution which envisages parliamentary form of government is federal in structure with unitary features. The President of India is the constitutional head of executive of the Union. Article 74 1 of the Constitution provides that there shall be a Council of Ministers with the Prime Minister as its head to aid and advise the President who shall in exercise of his functions, act in accordance with such advice.

The real executive power thus vests in the Council of Ministers with the Prime Minister as its head. Similarly, in states, the Governor is the head of executive, but it is the Council of 52 Ministers with the Chief Minister as its head in whom real executive power vests.

The Council of Ministers of a state is collectively responsible to the Legislative Assembly of the state. The Constitution distributes legislative power between Parliament and State Legislatures and provides for vesting of residual powers in Parliament. The power to amend the Constitution also vests in Parliament.

Union and its Territory India comprises 29 states and seven union territories. Citizenship The Constitution of India provides for a single citizenship 53 for the whole of India. Every person who was at the commencement of the Constitution January 26, domiciled in the territory of India and: a who was born in India; or b either of whose parents were born in India; or c who has been ordinarily resident in India for not less than five years became a citizen of India.More particularly, it is indeed useful and necessary for a democratic and developing country like India to select some members of Parliament and distinguished personalities and utilize their services in projecting our policies, programme and achievement in different fields with their counterparts and other opinion makers in other countries and secure their support in favour of India.

According to Raebareli District Gazetteer ,the district of Raebareli, which was created by the British in , is named after its headquarters town. The college has state of art infrastructure.

Further all details included in this post. Thane is one of the few industrially advanced districts in the state of Maharashtra. It was at the beginning of the twentieth century and thereafter showed continuous decline until The sex ratio from has registered a 10 point increase at census over ; however, child sex ratio has declined to per thousand male.

Parliamentary Committees The functions of Parliament are varied in nature.

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