Sunday, July 30, 2017

Prarabdha and Purushartha - Present Action and Past Deeds - What Determines What

Effective Life Management
By Swami Amartyananda
Chapter 6. Learn the Art of Action

Law of Karma

Sep 1997

Sri Swami Satyananda Saraswati

If everything happens through the will of God, then what is the need for purushartha, self-effort?
No one has been able to give a final answer to this question as yet. So we will only discuss it.

September 2010
Prarabdha Karma Can Be Destroyed.

Sanchita, Purushartha And Prarabdha Karmas
by Swami Sivananda

Fate and Effort (Prarabdha and Purushartha)
April 2011
Padmashri Awardee

Objectives of Life - puruShArtha and karma
Ram Chandran

Saturday, July 29, 2017

Yuganukul Samaj Parivartan - Marathi Book Information

Important Contents

सांस्कृतिक मूल्ये
विवाह संस्था
कुटुम्बसंस्था  व आप्त संबंध
ग्राम व्यवस्था
समाज व्यवस्था

Friday, July 28, 2017

RSS Sarsanghachalakji - Dashara Speeches and Other Speeches

Listen repeatedly, Read repeatedly

Critical analysis - Identifying good ideas and identifying any problem ideas requires first listening, reading and focusing with concentration or mindful listening, reading and thinking. 

Speech on 1 December 2016 on the release of book on 90 Year of RSS



Listen repeatedly, Read repeatedly - Critical analysis - Identifying good ideas and identifying any problem ideas requires first listening, reading and focusing with concentration or mindful listening, reading and thinking.

In the 2016, Dashara address, Shri Mohanji Bhagwat said we have to live with ideas that are appropriate to the time (yugankul). We have to live with ideas in conformity to the discoveries made by wise people of the world. We have to make them appropriate to the place.

Dashehara Speech - 2016



Ektamta Manav Darshan in Marathi - एकात्म मानव दर्शन

सध्या केंद्र सरकारतर्फे पं. दीनदयाळ उपाध्याय जन्मशताब्दी वर्ष चालू आहे.

भारतीय चिंतनाच्या, प्रकृतिस्वभावाच्या आधारावर पन्नास वर्षापूर्वी पंडित दीनदयाळ उपाध्याय यांनी ‘एकात्म मानव दर्शना’चा विचार प्रस्तुत केला. त्याचे विविध आयाम कार्यकर्त्यांपुढे मांडले.

त्यांच्या जन्मशताब्दीचे व एकात्म मानव दर्शनाच्या सुवर्ण जयंतीचे निमित्त साधून हा ल्रेखन प्रपंच आहे.

सुलभ एकात्म मानव दर्शन – 01 - विनय पत्राळे

Sarsanghchalak Mohan Bhagwat - Who Is Hindu? - Anybody who says I am Hindu - Hindi Speech

About Shri Mohan Bhagwat



India Today
22 April 2017

Mohan Madhukar Bhagwat was born in  Chandrapur in Maharashtra. His father Madhukar Rao Bhagwat functioned as  the Karyavahak (secretary) for the 'Chandrapur' zone. Madhukar Bhagwat became a full prachark and acted as Prant Pracharak (person who expands RSS) for the state of Gujarat.  Mohan Bhagwat is the eldest son. 

Bhagwat  graduated in Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry from Government Veterinary College, Nagpur. He joined postgraduate course in Veterinary Sciences, but dropped out from the course to become  a pracharak (full-time worker) of the RSS towards the end of 1975 following the footsteps of his father

During the Emergency, he worked underground. He  became 'Pracharak' of Akola in Maharashtra in 1977. He subsequently became Vibhag level pracharak and prant level pracharak  and Vidarbha regions.

He became 'Akhil Bharatiya Sharirik Pramukh,' ( All India in-charge of physical training) for India, 1991 to 1999. He then took responsibility as  'Akhil Bharatiya Pracharak Pramukh,' (in-charge of RSS volunteers working full-time for India).

In 2000, when Rajendra Singh (RSS) and H. V. Sheshadri decided to step down as RSS Chief and General Secretary respectively due to poor health, K. S. Sudarshan was nominated as the new chief and Mohan Bhagwat became 'Sarkaryavaha,' (General Secretary).

Mohan Bhagwat was chosen as the Sarsanghchalak (Chief Executive) of the RSS on 21 March 2009. He became Sarsanghchalak at the age of 58. He has many years to lead RSS.

RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat


23 April 2014

Who is hindu?

Every body who is a resident of Bharat Varsh. Some people who are residents of Bharat varsh do not agree to it. But we treat them as Indians.

Gandhiji said, brothers may become angry, fight and break heads. But when they cool down, the apologize to each other. I should not have done that. I am ashamed. Any fights between any in Bharat Varsh is only temporary anger. When they become calm, they realize their mistake and accept their mistake and apologize to each other.

Shri Mohan Bhagwat speaking on Hindutva at Ahmedabad - Part 1

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh
17 September 2009


Hinduism today may be a name denoting people of certain region. But the name is popular and it sticks. But the thoughts of people of this land is for the entire humanity. It is not a small group oriented thinking. It is for the complete mankind. Hindu was attacked and looted Even now he has not recovered. It is humanity which is plundered. We have to reverse it for the humanity.

Shri Mohan Bhagwat speaking on Hindutva at Ahmedabad - Part 2

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh
17 September 2009


Shri Mohan Bhagwat speaking on Hindutva at Ahmedabad - Part 3

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh
17 September 2009



Shri Mohan Bhagwat speaking on Hindutva at Ahmedabad - Part 4

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh
17 September 2009


Part 5



Part 6


India National Manufacturing Policy - Trade Policy and Programmes

Points Made in the Book , National Policy Studies in the light of Ekatma Manav Darshan, Edited by Ravindra Mahajan, Published by Centre for INtegral Studies & Research, Pune, 2013

Section 5.11 A Export Orientation

1. The economic activity is all sectors should be benchmarked against the best in the global market.
2. We should also try to take advantage of export opportunities available in the world markets. But becoming an export dependent economy would not be in our interest.

Section 5.21 Stress on International System

In the days ahead, we have to continue to place emphasis on multilateral efforts to establish instruments and norms that will enhance mutually beneficial economic cooperation among countries.

Points made in the India National Manufacturing Policy Regarding Trade Policy


10.1 Trade policy impacts significantly on the domestic production level and profile. The import and export regime, whether tariffs or export promotion measures constitute important policy instruments which shape a country’s production profile. With increasing globalization and international engagement, it is critical that these policy instruments be aligned carefully so that domestic manufacturing is not adversely impacted.

10.2 Trade policy is no longer restricted to border measures. International trade rules now encompass measures which are more internal to an economy than just border measures, for example, public/government procurement. Government procurement can be a significant domestic policy instrument by which industry can be seeded/supported through local value addition requirements. This policy proposes government procurement as a significant instrument. As such it needs to be ensured that the available flexibilities are not diluted at this juncture when the attempt is to strengthen the manufacturing sector.

10.3 The policy will take active measures to protect export of products and services from India from border taxes or other border measures that may be imposed by partner countries on the grounds of protection of environment including those related to GHG emissions reduction.

10.4 NMCC will be authorized to examine and make recommendations on duty structures and other measures to the extent that they impact the manufacturing sector in order to ensure that changes therein do not adversely affect the manufacturing sector.


Updated on 29 July 2017, 26 June 2016

India - National Manufacturing Policy and Plans

National Manufacturing Policy

Brief about the Policy - As existing on the website on 29 July 2017

In order to bring about a quantitative and qualitative change and to give necessary impetus to the manufacturing sector, the Department has notified the National Manufacturing Policy (NMP) with the objective of enhancing the share of manufacturing in GDP to 25% and creating 100 million jobs over a decade or so. The policy is based on the principle of industrial growth in partnership with the States. The Central Government will create the enabling policy frame work, provide incentives for infrastructure development on a Public Private Partnership (PPP) basis through appropriate financing instruments, and State Governments will be encouraged to adopt the instrumentalities provided in the policy. The Department has taken up the implementation of the policy in consultation with concerned Central Government agencies as well as the States.

National Investment and Manufacturing Zones (NIMZs) are an important instrumentality of the Policy. These zones have been conceived as large integrated industrial townships with state-of-art-infrastructure; land use on the basis of zoning; clean and energy efficient technology; necessary social infrastructure; skill development facilities, etc. to provide a conducive environment for manufacturing industries. So far Fourteen NIMZs have been granted in-principle approval outside the DMIC region, out of which NIMZs at Prakasam in Andhra Pradesh; Medak in Telangana and Kalinganagar, Jajpur district in Odisha have been granted final approval.

Policy Guidelines (in searchable PDF/DOC) as amended upto 31.12.2016: Guidelines for establishment of National Investment and Manufacturing Zone (NIMZ) is Annexure-I.

The Manufacturing Plan
Strategies for Accelerating Growth of Manufacturing in India in the 12th Five Year Plan and Beyond
Planning Commission of India Document - Appx 250 pages

16 December 2011

New Manufacturing Policy to Create 100 Million Jobs in India
DMIC to be a Global Manufacturing and Investment Hub
Government Mulls Investor-Friendly FDI Policies
Year End Review of Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion


The Government of India has announced a national manufacturing policy with the objective of enhancing the share of manufacturing in GDP to 25% within a decade and creating 100 million jobs.  It also seeks to empower rural youth by imparting necessary skill sets to make them employable.  Sustainable development is integral to the spirit of the policy and technological value addition in manufacturing has received special focus.

The Policy is based on a principle of industrial growth in partnership with the States. Central Government will create the enabling policy framework, provide incentives for infrastructure development on a PPP basis through appropriate financing instruments, while State Governments will identify the suitable land and be equity holders in the NIMZs. The following are the key policy instruments for achieving the objective:

a)     Establishment of National Investment and Manufacturing Zones (NIMZs) – green field integrated Industrial Townships with state –of-the-art infrastructure and land use on the basis of zoning; clean and energy efficient technology and requisite social infrastructure. NIMZ proposed with land area of at least 5000 hectares.

b)    Industrial Townships are proposed to be self governing and Autonomous Bodies under Article 243(Q-c) of the Constitution.

c)     The trunk infrastructure will be financed appropriately by Central Government including through viability gap funding while SPV will develop the zone infrastructure in PPP mode.

d)    NIMZ will be managed by Special Purpose Vehicle, headed by. Govt. officials and experts, including those of environment.

The policy has also come up with proposals to improve access to finance for SMEs in the manufacturing sector.

The proposals in the policy are generally sector neutral, location neutral and technology neutral except incentivization of green technology.  While the National Investment & Manufacturing Zones (NIMZs) are an important instrumentality, the proposals contained in the Policy apply to manufacturing industry throughout the country including where ever industry is able to organize itself into clusters and adopt a model of self-regulation.


The first phase of the NIMZ will be established along the DMIC which will see early results in the next few years. The development of this corridor will be anchored in the National Manufacturing Policy which will give its strength by providing an overarching policy framework.

The Government of India is developing the Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC), as a global manufacturing and investment destination utilizing the high capacity 1483 km long western dedicated railway Freight Corridor (DFC), as the backbone. In essence, the DMIC project is aimed at the development of futuristic industrial cities. This would involve/attract an estimated investment of around US$ 90-100 billion over the next thirty years.  The DMIC project covers 6 States i.e. Haryana, UP, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Gujarat, accounting for 43% of the national GDP, 50% of industrial production and exports and 40% of total workforce. It is estimated that the developments under the project will offer employment opportunities for over three million people.

DMIC has 24 nodes covering 11 Investment Regions (IR) of more than 200 sq. kms each and 13 Industrial Areas (IA) of about 100 sq. kms each. Initially, 7 (Seven) investment nodes are being developed with assistance from Government of India.

e)     The 7 Investment Regions under DMIC will be NIMZs as under:
§  Ahmedabad-Dholera Investment Region, Gujarat (900 sq km)
§  Shendra-Bidkin Industrial Park city near Aurangabad, Maharashtra (84 sq km)
§  Manesar-Bawal Investment Region, Haryana (380 sq km)
§  Khushkhera-Bhiwadi-Neemrana Investment Region, Rajasthan (150 sq km)
§  Pithampur-Dhar-Mhow Investment Region, Madhya Pradesh (370 sq km)
§  Dadri-Noida-Ghaziabad Investment Region, Uttar Pradesh (250 sq km) and
§  Dighi Port Industrial Area, Maharashtra (230 sq km).

The present status of the Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor is as follows

§  Master Plans of New Industrial Cities have been approved except the one for Uttar Pradesh.
§  The Cabinet in its meeting held on 15th September, 2011 has, inter alia, approved financial assistance of Rs.17, 500/- crore over the next five years for the development of industrial cities in the Delhi – Mumbai Industrial Corridor. In addition, Rs.1000/- crore has been approved for undertaking project development activities by the Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation.
§  State Governments have initiated the process of land acquisition except Uttar Pradesh.


The policy on FDI is reviewed on an ongoing basis, through a consultative process, so as to facilitate FDI inflows. Some of the significant measures taken towards rationalization and simplification of the policy in recent years include:

(i) Consolidation of FDI policy:

FDI Policy has been consolidated into a single document for ease of reference, which is being updated every six months.
(ii) Review of policy on cases requiring prior Government approval for foreign investment:

Only proposals involving total foreign equity inflows of more than Rs.1200 crore (as against the earlier limit of the total investment being more than Rs.600 crore), now require to be placed for consideration of the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs.

(iii) Introduction of a specific provision for ‘downstream investment through internal accruals’:

This measure implies that Indian companies have full freedom in accessing their internal resources for funding their downstream investments.

(iv) Flexibility in fixing the pricing of convertible instruments through a formula, rather than upfront fixation:

This change, which provides flexibility in price fixation of convertible instruments, through a formula, rather than through upfront fixation, has been made intended to assist recipient companies in obtaining a better valuation based upon their performance.

(v) Inclusion of fresh items for issue of shares against non-cash considerations, including import of capital goods/ machinery/ equipment and pre-operative/ pre-incorporation expenses:
This measure, which liberalizes conditions for conversion of non-cash items into equity, has been introduced to significantly ease the conduct of business.

(vi) Removal of the condition of prior approval in case of existing joint ventures/technical collaborations in the ‘same field”:
The requirement of Government approval for establishment of new joint ventures/technical collaborations in the ‘same field’ has been done away with.

(vii) Permitting of FDI in Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs), subject to specified conditions:

This change, which permits induction of FDI through the new modality of LLPs, implies significant benefits to the Indian economy, by attraction of greater FDI, creation of employment and bringing in international best practices and latest technologies.

Cabinet cleared 100% FDI in Single Brand retail and 51% FDI in Multi Brand Retail. The decision regarding Multi Brand Retail is suspended till the consensus is developed through consultation among various stakeholders

Updated on 29 July 2017, 25 March 2015

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Padma Awards for Scientists, Engineers, Doctors and Researchers


Padma Shri
Dr A Sivathanu Pillai, Dr Kota Harinarayana and Shri Amitav Mallik,


Dr. R.S. Sirohi

Ramesh Patange - MANU, SANGH & I - Book

Ramesh Patange is a computer system consultant and member, National Media Council, BJP Central Office.

Prof. Dr. Madhukar Purushottam - Bapu Kendurkar - Biography in Marathi

डॉ.बापू केंदुरकर यांचा संक्षिप्त परिचय

डॉ.मधुकर पुरुषोत्तम उपाख्य बापू केंदुरकर

पुण्याच्या एस.पी कॉलेज मधुन बापूंनी आपले शिक्षण पूर्ण केले. मराठी विषयात एम. ए. झाल्यानंतर "श्री म माटे यांचे सामाजिक विचार आणि साहित्य" या विषयावर त्यांनी पीएचडी केली.ठाणे कॉलेजात ते मराठीचे प्राध्यपक म्हणुन कार्यरत होते. अखिल भारतीय विद्यार्थी परिषदेचे ते महाराष्ट्र प्रदेशाचे १९७० ते १९८८ या कालावधीत १९ वर्षे प्रांत प्रमुख होते, तर विद्यार्थी परिषदेचे पूर्णवेळ कार्यकर्ते म्हणून कार्यरत असणाऱ्या प्रचारकांचे ‘पालक’ म्हणून ५ वर्षे ते काळजी वाहत होते.

१९९० ते २००७ या कालावधीत रा.स्व. संघाचे मुलुंड भागाचे सहसंघचालक म्हणून त्यांनी कार्य केले. स्व. दत्तोपंत ठेंगडीजींच्या कार्यकर्ता, थर्ड वे व सामाजिक क्रांतीची वाटचाल व डॉ बाबासाहेब आंबेडकर ह्या पुस्तकांच्या लिखाणात त्यांचा सहभाग होता. सामाजिक व राष्ट्रीय समस्यांबाबत चिंतन करून चर्चासत्रे, टिपणे, लेख व पुस्तिका अशा विविध मार्गांनी डॉ. केंदुरकर प्रबोधन करीत राहिले.

एकात्म प्रबोध मंडळाचे सन २००० पासूनचे अध्यक्ष या नात्याने त्यांनी ‘एकात्म मानव दर्शन’ या राष्ट्रीय तत्त्वज्ञानासबंधीच्या सातत्यपूर्ण अभ्यासाचा पाया घातला.

डॉ.मधुकर पुरुषोत्तम उपाख्य बापू केंदुरकर यांचे दिनांक २६ नोव्हेंबर २०१२ रोजी ७९व्या वर्षी पुणे येथे दु:खद निधन झाले.

डॉ.बापू केंदुरकर स्मृति व्याख्यान, मुलुंड, मुंबई

एकात्म प्रबोध मंडळाचे प्रथमपासूनचे अध्यक्ष डॉ.बापू केंदुरकर यांचे दि. २६ नोव्हेंबर २०१२ रोजी निधन झाले.
त्यांच्या स्मृतिप्रीत्यर्थ एकात्म प्रबोध मंडळातर्फे सामाजिक विषयावर दरवर्षी एक व्याख्यान आयोजित केले जाते. हे व्याख्यान साधारणतः २६ नोव्हेंबरच्या आसपास मुलुंड येथे होते. आतापर्यंत झालेली व्य़ाख्याने व त्यांचे विषय

२०१३ - भारतीय समाजपरिवर्तनाच्या दिशा – वक्तेः मा. मधुभाई कुलकर्णी, रा.स्व.संघ केंद्रीय कार्यकारी मंडळ सदस्य
२०१४ - एकात्म मानव दर्शन व सामाजिक समरसता – वक्तेः श्री. रमेश पतंगे, अध्यक्ष-सामाजिक समरसता मंच, माजी संपादक-सा.विवेक

२०१५ - श्री.म.माटे यांचे सामाजिक विचार आजच्या संदर्भात - वक्तेः प्रा.म.मो.पेंडसे, कीर्ती कॉलेजमधून निवृत्त, सुप्रसिद्ध विचारवंत

2016 - भारतीय समाज – आव्हानें व उपाययोजना – वक्तेः डॉ. द.ना.धनागरे, माजी उपकुलगुरु, शिवाजी विद्यापीठ

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Logistics - Transportation and Warehousing Market in India - Future Prospects


Budget 2017: India’s logistics sector primary expectation lies with timely implementation of GST, says Chander Agarwal, TCIEXPRESS
Budget 2017:
Chander Agarwal is Managing Director, TCIEXPRESS)


2015 Report by NOVONOUS

Freight Transport Market in India - A USD307.70 Billion Opportunity by 2020

Indian freight transport market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 13.35% by 2020 driven by the growth in the manufacturing, retail, FMCG and e-commerce sectors.

India spends around 14.4% of its GDP on logistics and transportation as compared to less than 8% spent by the other developing countries.

In India road freight constitutes around 63% of the total freight movement consisting of 2.2 million heavy duty trucks and 0.6 million light duty trucks covering more than 18,00,000 kms of road length carrying more than 3000MMT (million metric ton) of load annually.

In India road freight constitutes around 63% of the total freight movement consisting of 2.2 million heavy duty trucks and 0.6 million light duty trucks covering more than 18,00,000 kms of road length carrying more than 3000MMT (million metric ton) of load annually.

NOVONOUS estimates that the road freight movement is expected to increase at a CAGR of 15%.

The rail freight constitutes around 27% of the total freight movement in India. NOVONOUS estimates that Indian rail freight market will grow at a rate of around 10% CAGR over the next 5 years.

NOVONOUS estimates that Indian sea freight market will grow at a CAGR of 12% in the next 5 years, which will be mainly driven by increased exports of automobiles and handloom & handicraft products.

The air freight consists of around 1% of the total freight market in India and approximately 4MMT of freight tonnage is transported through air. NOVONOUS estimates that Indian air freight market will grow at an impressive rate of around 12.5% CAGR over the next 5 years with more number of private airlines entering this space coupled with the lower turnaround time needed for delivery such as "24 hour delivery" needed by the E-commerce sector.

Fifteen key freight transport players in Indian market:

Om Logistics Pvt. Ltd.,
EXL India,
Container Corporation of India Ltd. (CONCOR),
Gati-Kintetsu Express Pvt. Ltd.,
All Cargo Logistics,
Premium Roadlines Limited,
The Shipping Corporation of India Ltd.,
TKM GLOBAL Logistics Ltd.,
Transport Corporation of India Limited,
TVS Dynamic Global Freight Services Limited,
Delex Cargo India Private Limited,
Sarr Freights Limited,
Falcon Freightlink Pvt. Ltd
Jeena and Company Private Limited.

Sunday, July 23, 2017

Fauza Singh - Marathon Runner at the age 100

His pass port shows his date of birth as 1 April 1911.

On October 16, 2011, he finished Toronto Waterfront Marathon in 8 hours 11 minutes and 6 second. The first 100 year man to finish marathon.

Before that he established records for 100 year man in running of 100 metres, 200 metres, 400 metres, 800 metres, 1500 metres, 3000 metres and 5000 metres in the special Ontario Masters Association Invitation Meet held at the Birchmount Stadium in Toronto.

Saturday, July 22, 2017

Employment in Unincorporated Nonagricultural Enterprises in India during July 2015 to June 2016

A press note dated (29.6.2017) is given by MOSPI on this topic.

6.34 crore establishments (firms) are engaged in economic activities. This figure excludes firms in construction sector.

Breakup - 31% in manufacturing - 36.3% in trading, 32.6% in services

51% rural, 49% urban

84.2% do not employ any regular worker (family members only help)

11.13 crore workers are employed.

62% work in the own account enterprises and 38% work as wages/salary paid workers.

96% proprietory, 2% partnerships, 1.8% self help groups (SHG)

20% proprietors are ladies.

98.3% are perennial or permanent activities.

87% operate from fixed location, 4.4% mobile, 9% street vendors.

31% have registered with some authority or other.

Gross value added 11.53 lakh crores

Gross value added per worker   11.53 lakh crores/11.13 crore - approximately one lakh 

Average emoluments of hired workers Rs. 87,544

Market value of owned fixed assets per enterprise is valued at Rs. 2,31,869

A quick conclusion is one can look for opportunities making one lakh in year by investing one lakh rupees in industry/services/trading activities.

Is unemployment a real problem in India?

According to me unemployment is not a very big problem in India at the moment. The problem of unemployment can be solved with good strategy and action plans.  Why do I say it?

See this analysis of employment in India.

The quantitative dimensions of unemployment, captured in the 5th Employment Unemployment Survey (EUS) reveals the following. There has been a progressive worsening of the unemployment situation since 2011-12, as captured by the 2nd round of the EUS. 

At the All-India level, the number of persons aged 15 years and above employed per 1,000 persons went down from 529 to 503. Overall unemployment rate worsened from 3.8 percent to 5 percent.

If more than 50% of the population above age 15 are employed, it is a good situation. As we know we want 30% of the student age group to be in colleges. Also we want at least one person for family to be employed at least.  Which means that employment above 25% is good. 50% is very good. If means, in an average family of 4 members (including 2 elders), 2 are employed.

That does not mean unemployment is not a problem for persons seeking employment. We need to take actions to make the system more comforting persons who are seeking employment for the first time after completing their education.

Friday, July 21, 2017

Annamayya Kirtanalu -Some Lyrics and Videos

Songs from Film Annamayya (Telugu)

Mango Classics upload

Songs from Film Annamayya (Vol. 2)


Adivo Alladivo

Ragam : Madhyamavathi; Talam : Adi

Pallavi: adivo alladivo shreeharivaasamu
padivEla shEshula padagalamayamu

ade venkataachala makhilOnnathamu
adivo brahmaadula kapuroopamu
adivo nithya nivaasa makhilamunulaku
ade choodudu, ade mrokkudu
ade choodu dade mrokkudaanandamayamu

chengatanalladivo sheshaachalamu
ninginunna devathala nijavaasamu
mungita nalladivo moolanunna dhanamu
bhangaaru sikharaala bahu brahmamayamu

kaivalyapadamu venkatanagamadivo
shreevenkataapathiki sirulainavi
bhaavimpa sakala sampadaroopa madivo
paavanamulakella paavanamayamu

Annamacharya Bhavana Vahini


Annamacharya Bhavana Vahini

Annamacharya Nityasankeerthanam Vol 1 || Telugu Devotional Songs || Jukebox | by Nitya Santhosini



Annamacharya Nityasankeerthanam Vol 2 || Telugu Devotional Songs || Jukebox | by Nitya Santhosini

00:00:00:00 : ►Vinnapalu Vinavale
00:05:45:08 : ►Alarulu Kuriyaga
00:11:13:03 : ►Cheri Yashodaku
00:16:39:14 : ►Narayanathe
00:22:59:13 : ►Siruthanavvulavaade
00:26:18:24 : ►Ye Puranamula
00:31:33:02 : ►Kulukaka Nadavaro
00:37:04:17 : ►Nagavulu Nijamani
00:41:43:24 : ►Kanti Sukravaramu
00:47:33:22 : ►Thandanana(Brahmamokate)



Annamacharya Nityasankeerthanam Vol 3 || Telugu Devotional Songs || Jukebox | by Nitya Santhosini

వినరో భాగ్యము  విష్ణుకథ



కొండలలో నెలకొన్న కోనేటి రాయడు వాడు
కొండలంత వరములు గుప్పెడువాడు
కుమ్మర దాసుడైన కురువరతినంబి
యిమ్మన్న వరములెల్ల నిచ్చినవాడు
దొమ్ములు సేసినయట్టి తొండమాం చక్కురవర్తి
రమ్మన్న చోటికి వచ్చి నమ్మినవాడు
అచ్చపు వేడుకతోడ ననంతాళువారికి
ముచ్చిలి వెట్టికి మన్ను మోచినవాడు
మచ్చిక దొలక దిరుమలనంబి తోడుత
నిచ్చనిచ్చ మాటలాడి నొచ్చినవాడు
కంచిలోన నుండ దిరుకచ్చినంబి మీద
కరుణించి తనయెడకు రప్పించిన వాడు
ఎంచి యెక్కుడైన వేంకటేశుడు మనలకు
మంచివాడై కరుణ బాలించినవాడు

కొండలలో నెలకొన్న -  బాలకృష్ణ ప్రసాద్
G. Balakrishna Prasad


Updated 22 July 2017,   10 September 2016 7 Apr 2016

17 Mar 2015

Make in India - Campaign - by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi

Updated Information on Various Manufacturing Industries - Opportunities in India

Air Crafts and Airports - Automobiles - Automobile components - Biotechnology
Chemicals  - Construction
Electrical Machinery - Electronic items
Renewable Energy Equipment and Power Projects


Follow Twitter Hash Tag Make in India

July 2017

Chinese car maker SAIC and its India subsidiary—MG Motor India—and plans to have a fully-owned car plant to commence India operations in 2019

Kia Motors, South Korea is setting up plan in Andhra Pradesh to manufacture 3 lakh cars per annum. Land allotted for the project.
Kia Motors Project in Andhra Pradesh

8 May  2016

#WeRequestModiGovt  Start one PSU in every state with Rs. 1000 crore. It will be good Make in India initiative.

13 February 2016

Prime Minister’s Speech at Inauguration of Make in India Week, Mumbai

Bharatiya Janata Party upload

Full text of   Prime Minister’s Speech at Inauguration of Make in India Week, Mumbai

5 January 2016

PM interacted with Global Oil and Gas experts about Indian issues

30 October 2015
Once a month, Modi steps in to get stalled projects rolling

25 Sep 2015
Make in India - One Year Report Card

24 Sep 2015
PM Narendra Modi's Round Table Meeting with Financial Sector CEOs of American on 24 Sep 2015

Making a strong pitch for increased investment in various sectors in India, the Prime Minister outlined his vision for “Start-Up India, Stand-Up India.” He said that along with the public sector and private sector, he was laying emphasis to individual start-ups and entrepreneurs – whom he referred to as the “personal sector.” He said start-ups and innovation had been at the heart of the IT revolution.

The Prime Minister mentioned some specific sectors where there was great scope for innovative solutions in India, including insurance products for the agriculture sector and the health sector. He mentioned defence manufacturing, electronic goods manufacturing, renewable energy equipment, railways and metros, Clean India and Digital India as sectors where immense potential existed for investment. He said 50 million new houses by 2022, broadband connectivity for 600,000 villages, doubling of railway capacity and 175 Gigawatts of renewable energy generation were some of the concrete targets his Government had set, which created huge investment opportunities.

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley's address at India Economic Convention 17 Sep 2015



Prime Minister addresses number of meetings and meets number of industrialists promoting Make in India Campaign in West Germany in April 2015.

He stated with conviction in Germany:

Make in India is not a brand. Nor is it simply a slogan on a smart lion! It is a new national movement

And, it covers the whole spectrum of our government, society and business. To this informed audience, I hardly need to state the obvious: Our scale of transformation is vast; therefore, the opportunities we offer are huge. 

Picture source:
The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi and the German Chancellor, Ms. Angela Merkel at the Joint Inauguration of the India Pavilion and the Joint Walk-About Make in India, in Hannover, Germany on April 13, 2015. The Minister of State for Commerce & Industry (Independent Charge), Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman is also seen.
PM Naredra Modi's Speeches in Germany - April 2015

Updated Information on Various Manufacturing Industries - Opportunities in India

Air Crafts and Airports - Automobiles - Automobile components - Biotechnology
Chemicals  - Construction
Electrical MachineryElectronic items
Renewable Energy Equipment and Power Projects

For every industry sector, the latest vision statements of Government as well as private organizations are being collected and included for facilitating assessment of demand for various products related to the industry. While entrepreneurs set up the production and service facilities, many intellectuals have to analyze the data and information to come out with favourable conclusions to give that confidence to the entrepreneurs that projects will have expected profit. Make in India needs the support of every Indian.  Politician - Government employee - Pubic sector employee - Scientist - Engineer and Technologist - Banker - Journalist - Teacher - Professor - Businessman - Student - Private sector employee - Wholesaler - Retailer -Media person - NGO


Shri Narendra Modi in his independence day address on 15 August 2014 gave a call for Make in India to all entrepreneurs of the world.

The campaign is going to be more formally launched on 25 September 2014 by the Prime Minister in New Delhi along with functions in various states.

Make in India Campaign Programme on 25 September 2014

Prime Minister Launching Website
Source for the picture: Photos

Full Speech of the Prime Minister in Hindi - Text and Video

The Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi will launch “Make in India”, as per the following details:

Venue:       Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi
Date:          Thursday, September 25, 2014
Time:         1000 hrs

Shri Arun Jaitley, Union Minister for Finance, Defence & Corporate Affairs and Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman, MoS (IC) for Commerce & Industry and MoS for Finance & Corporate Affairs will be the Guests of Honour in the launch.

Press Release in Detail

Prime Minister to Launch ‘Make in India’ Initiative

Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi will launch “Make in India” initiative on 25th September 2014 from Vigyan Bhawan in New Delhi. The launch will be at both national level, state level and in Missions abroad. The ‘Make in India’ initiative has its origin in the Prime Minister’s Independence Day speech where he gave a clarion call to ‘Make in India’ and ‘Zero Defect; Zero Effect’ policy. State Governments, Business Chambers, Indian Missions aboard are playing an active role in the launch of the initiative.

The Government is committed to chart out a new path wherein business entities are extended red carpet welcome in a spirit of active cooperation. Invest India will act as the first reference point for guiding foreign investors on all aspects of regulatory and policy issues and to assist them in obtaining regulatory clearances. The Government is closely looking into all regulatory processes with a view to making them simple and reducing the burden of compliance on investors.

A dedicated cell has been created to answer queries from business entities through a newly created web portal ( While an exhaustive set of FAQs on this portal will help the investor find instant answers to their general queries, the back-end support team of the cell would be answering specific queries within 72 hours. A pro-active approach will be deployed to track visitors for their geographical location, interest and real time user behaviour. Subsequent visits will be customised for the visitor based on the information collected. Visitors registered on the website or raising queries will be followed up with relevant information and newsletter. Investor facilitation cell will provide assistance to the foreign investors from the time of their arrival in the country to the time of their departure. The initiative will also target top companies across sectors in identified countries.

The ‘Make in India’ initiative also aims at identifying select domestic companies having leadership in innovation and new technology for turning them into global champions. The focus will be on promoting green and advanced manufacturing and helping these companies to become an important part of the global value chain.

The Government has identified 25 key sectors in which our country has the potential of becoming a world leader. The Prime Minister will be releasing separate brochures for these sectors along with a general brochure. The brochures covering sectors like automobiles, chemicals, IT, pharmaceuticals, textiles, ports, aviation, leather, tourism and hospitality, wellness, railways among others will provide details of growth drivers, investment opportunities, sector specific FDI and other policies and related agencies.

Since the new Government took over, a series of initiatives have been taken to revitalise the industrial sector in general and manufacturing sector in particular. To mention a few:

ü      The process of applying for Industrial License and Industrial Entrepreneur Memorandum has been made online on the e-Biz website 24*7;
ü      A vast number of Defence items have been de-licensed;
ü      The validity of Industrial license has been extended to three years;
ü      With a view to providing flexibility in working hours and increased intake of apprentices for on the job training, the Government has decided to amend a number of labour laws;
ü      An advisory  has been sent to all Departments/ State Governments to simplify and rationalize regulatory environment which includes:
·        on-line filing of all returns in a unified form;
·        no inspection without the approval of the Head of the Department, etc.

            Recently the Foreign Direct Investment policy has been liberalized. 100% FDI under automatic route has been permitted in construction, operation and maintenance in specified Rail Infrastructure projects; FDI in Defence liberalized from 26% to 49%. In cases of modernization of state-of-art proposals, FDI can go up to 100%; the norms for FDI in the Construction Development sector are being eased.

            The government is committed to improving the physical infrastructure. Development of dedicated freight corridors and investment in improving our ports and airports are underway. These corridors would house Industrial agglomerations along with smart cities. The private sector would be playing a significant role in these developmental works.

            For the manufacturing sector to take advantage of the improved physical infrastructure, the need for having a strong human capital is recognized. Government’s effort would be to equip the working age population with the right kinds of skill so that the manufacturing sector finds them employable. One of the first decisions that the new Government has taken is to set up a separate Department of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship.

Various prominent National and International industry leaders are likely to attend the programme to launch the campaign along with Ministers, senior officials, Ambassadors and opinion leaders.
(Release ID :109953)

Make in India - India Economic Conclave Panel Discussion
December 2014


ET Now Upload

Program in Andhra Pradesh by CII, Andhra Pradesh - 25 September 2014

This is to inform you that CII will be organizing sessions and live telecast of the launch of “Make in India” Campaign initiated by the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India. On 15th August 2014, Prime Minister of India invited Global Manufacturers to come and “Make in India” and sell it to the world with an aim to strike a balance between imports and exports and create jobs. The PM also advocated that “Make in India” must stand for quality products and encouraged domestic manufacturers to adopt a policy of “zero defect, zero effect” – make top of the line products with no ill effect on the environment.

To take the same forward, the Prime Minister is launching “Make in India” campaign on 25th Sept 2014 at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi.  In this regard, we will be organizing a Live Telecast of the ‘Make in India’ Campaign by the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India  on 25th September 2014

Prior to the Live Telecast,  CII is  organizing  an Interactive Sessions pertaining to manufacturing opportunities and prospects in Andhra Pradesh. The Session would discuss upon - Measures required to provide an impetus to industrialization and manufacturing in  Andhra Pradesh. and how it can be made an integral component of the “Make in India” campaign; Further Steps required to be undertaken at state level for improvement of Ease of Doing Business; Measures required for skill building; Measures required to make domestic companies to be part of the global value chain; Industrial Corridors, Other Actionables emerging from the address of the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India.

The Interactive Session and Launch of “MAKE IN INDIA “Campaign by the Prime Minister of India is scheduled on 25 September 2014 at 0900 hrs, Hotel The Gateway, MG Road, Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh.

Aruna Mantena
[Executive Officer]
Confederation of Indian Industry
Andhra Pradesh
H. No. 1 - 11 - 252 / 9
Plot No. 7, Regal House
Motilal Nehru Nagar, Begumpet
Andhra Pradesh
Phone : +91-40-27765964 / 67 / 33
Fax :+91 40 27766116
Email :

Syam Prasad Eamani
[Executive Officer]
Confederation of Indian Industry
Andhra Pradesh
H. No. 1 - 11 - 252 / 9
Plot No. 7, Regal House
Motilal Nehru Nagar, Begumpet
Andhra Pradesh
Phone : +91-40-27765964 / 67 / 33
Fax :+91 40 27766116
Email :

29 December 2014
National Workshop on Make in India at Vigyan Bhawan New Delhi
Prime Minister's Speech
Modi said culture of Government has to be

ROAD to success – “Responsibility. Ownership. Accountability. Discipline.”

He exhorted officers to follow the new culture

Updated:  22 July 2017,  8 May 2016,  13 Feb 2016, 6 Jan 2016,
13 April 2015,  22 Feb,  12 Feb 2015,
30 Dec 2014

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Innovations - Awards - Patents - India


Lithium - Ion Batteries Developed in India by ISRO

Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC) part of ISRO has developed four types of lithium-ion batteries — 1.5 Ampere (Ah), 5Ah, 50 Ah and 100 Ah.

ISRO is now ready to transfer technology to Indian manufacturers and an agreement with BHEL is likely to be signed. 50 Ah and 100 Ah batteries are suitable for scooters and cars respectively.

The battery makers will be required to pay Rs 1 crore as a one-time technology transfer fee to Isro.

17 April 2017

15 July 2017

International Patents filed by Indian firms in 2016

India filed 1,529 patents through WIPO.

In 2016, U.S.-based applicants filed 56,595 PCT applications, followed by applicants from Japan (45,239) and China (43,168), which has posted double-digit growth each year since 2002. Germany and the Republic of Korea with 18,315 and 15,560 applications were ranked fourth and fifth,

International Patents filed by Indian firms in 2015

1423 patents were filed by Indians in 2015
US filed 57,385, Japan 44,235, China 29,846, and South Korea 14,626.

The figures show that India has to put more efforts to increase inventions in the country.

43rd NRDC Meritorious Invention Awards Ceremony & Conference

24-25 March 2017

The National Research Development Corporation (An Enterprise of DSIR, Ministry of Science and Tech., Govt. of India) organised its 43rd NRDC Meritorious Invention Awards Ceremony & Conference on “Leveraging Innovation Ecosystem for Accelerating Startups” on 24-25 March 2017.

Total no. of 10 Awards for the year 2014 and 04 Nos. of Awards for the year 2015 were presented.
The Awards were presented in three categories like :

NRDC Invention Award  

Shri Apoorva Balwani and Shri Devendra Jain of M/s. Pluss Polymers Pvt. Ltd., Gurgaon, Haryana have been jointly awarded Rs. 5 lakh for the development of “MiraCradle Neonate Cooler”.

Cdr. V. R. Dahake, Shri Rajesh Kumar Chak, Shri Ashwani Kumar Kushwaha of CSIR- Central Mechanical Engineering Research Institute, Centre of Excellence Farm Machinery, Ludhiana and Dr. Rajeev Kumar Garg, Dr. Ram Kumar of CSIR-Central Road Research Institute, New Delhi have been jointly awarded Rs. 5 lakh for  “Design and Development of an Indigenous Mobile Bridge Inspection Unit”.

Shri Satish Kumar, Shri Ripul Ghosh, Shri Ashish Gaurav, Shri Siddhartha Sarkar and Shri Amarendra Goap of CSIR-Central Scientific Instruments Organisation (CSIR-CSIO), Chandigarh have been jointly awarded Rs. 5 Lakh (Rupees Five Lakh only) for  “Development of Earthquake Warning System for Regional Notification of Substantial Earthquake".

Dr. Jyotiranjan Ota, Dr. Samik Kumar Hait, Dr. M.I.S. Sastry, Dr. C. Kannan and Dr. S.S.V. Ramakumar of Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL), Research & Development Centre, Faridabad have been jointly awarded Rs. 5 Lakh (Rupees Five Lakh only) for the innovation, " Development of Nano additized High-Therm LPG for Metal Cutting Applications".

NRDC Societal Innovation Award

Dr. Shoor Vir Singh, Dr. Naveen Kumar, Shri Saurabh Gupta and Shri Kundan Kumar Chaubey, Animal Health Division, ICAR-Central Institute for Research on Goats, Makhdoom, Mathura, U.P. and Dr. Tapas Bhattacharya of Biovet Pvt. Ltd., Kolar, Karnataka have been jointly awarded Rs. 3 lakh for the development of “Indigenous Vaccine against Johne’s Disease in Domestic Livestock”.

Dr. Tara Chandra Thakur, Shri S.P. Dhyani and Er. (Mrs.) Karuna Murmu of Department of Farm Machinery and Power Engineering, G.B. Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Pantnagar, Uttarakhand have been jointly awarded Rs. 3 lakh for the development of “Pant-ICAR Animal Drawn Six-in-one Tillage Outfit”.

Dr. Dineshkumar Khimjibhai Antala, Dr. Raiyalal Meghji Satasiya, Dr. Ram Autar Gupta, Shri Jayantilal Valjibhai Bhuva and Dr. Pushpendrasingh Mangalsingh Chauhan, College of Agricultural Engineering & Technology, Junagadh Agricultural University, Junagadh, Gujarat have been jointly awarded Rs. 3 lakh for the “Design and Development of a Foldable Container for Minimizing Transportation Losses of Fruits and Vegetables”.

Dr. Vrisha Madhuri & Dr. Sanjay Chilbule of Christian Medical College, Vellore and Prof. N.S. Dinesh, Mr. N.V. Chalapathi Rao & Mr. Pradyumna Kammaradi of Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru have been jointly awarded Rs. 3 Lakh (Rupees three lakh only) for the development of, “Padmapada –A Compliance Monitoring Clubfoot Brace”.

Dr. S. K. Jalali, Dr. T. Venkatesan, Dr. R. Rangeshwaran, Dr. S. Sriram and Dr. G. Sivakumar of ICAR-National Bureau of Agricultural Insect Resources (ICAR-NBAIR), Bengaluru, have been jointly awarded Rs. 3 Lakh (Rupees three lakh only) for the Innovation, “Development and utilization of Pesticide and Abiotic Stress Tolerant Natural Enemies for Crop Pest Management: Developed Abiotic Stress and Insecticide”.

NRDC Budding Innovators Award

Shri Balram Bhardwaj student of M.Tech, Biotechnology, Ambala College of Engineering & Applied Research, Ambala District, Haryana has been awarded Rs.1 lakh  for the development of “Water Kinetic Energy Driven Hydro Turbine System, Type - VARUN- III”.

Shri J. Gunaseelan and Shri K.Ganesh Prabhu students of Bachelor of Engineering, K.C.G College of Technology, Karapakkam, Chennai, Tamil Nadu have been jointly awarded Rs. 1 lakh for the development of “Refrigerator with Food Heater”.

Shri Rohit Gupta student of Bachelor of Technology, Ceramic Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology (BHU), Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh has been awarded Rs. 1 lakh for the development of  “Octaphenyl-Oligomeric Silsesquioxane and Carbon Soot Doped Polymer Matrix Composites for Ablative Applications”.

Shri Abhijit Patil, Student of M.E. (Electronics), K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering Mumbai, Maharashtra has been awarded Rs. 1.00 lakh for the development of “Electronic Standing wheelchair”.

Shri Nayan Bhatt student of M.S., Dept. of Applied Mechanics, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai, Tamil Nadu has been awarded ` 1 lakh for the development of “Cost Effective Indigenous Data Glove”.

NRDC Meritorious Invention Awards 2015

Nominations invited

National Research Development Corporation (NRDC) provides Tax Free Cash Awards in the following three categories to stimulate the spirit of inventiveness among the scientific, technical persons, industrial workers, technicians, artisans, craftsman and students in order to recognize the creative talent which could be harnessed to benefit the Nation.

(Last date for Receipt of Complete Online Application & Two Signed Hard Copy by Post at NRDC Office has been extended to 15th November 2016)

The Winners of Ericsson Innovation Awards India 2016

Synopsis of the winning projects: Ericsson Innovation Awards 2016

Human recognition using GAIT analysis and other body features based on Microsoft Kinect sensor

Institute – BITS Pilani

Project Leader – Chandradeo Arya

Team members – Anuj Bansal & Deeptanu Choudhary

Technology Domain – Computer Science

LED Beacon and Receiver Module

Institute – IIT Bombay

Project Leader – Dheeraj Kotagiri

Team members – Rishabh Gupta, Sambhav Jain & Nithin Murali

Technology Domain –Visible Light Communication (VLC) Technology (Lifi Technology)

Advanced Breathalyzer Helmet

Institute – IIT Varanasi

Project Leader – Naman Singhal

Team members –Shubham Jaiswal, Rishabh Babeley, Devendra Gupta and Jagjeet Shyamkunwar

Technology Domain – Human Machine Interface

Updated 22 July 2017, 19 June 2017, 18 October 2016

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Professor Subra Suresh - Eminent Academician

Professor Subra Suresh has been chosen as the fourth President of Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore. He will begin his presidency on January 1, 2018.  Prof. Suresh received his Bachelor of Technology degree from the Indian Institute of Technology Madras.  He served as the ninth president of Carnegie Mellon University from July 1, 2013 until June 30, 2017.

Prof. Suresh was chosen in 2010 by then U.S. President Barack Obama to lead the US National Science Foundation (NSF). He is also an elected member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and a fellow of the National Academy of Inventors.  He has a Master’s degree from Iowa State University, and has a Doctor of Science degree from MIT. He did postdoctoral research at the University of California, Berkeley, and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. He joined the faculty of engineering at Brown University in 1983, and was promoted to the position of Professor in 1989. He joined MIT in 1993 as the R.P. Simmons Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, and served as head of MIT’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering from 2000-2006.

Prof. Suresh was honoured with the Padma Shri Award in 2011.  

India's GDP $8 Trillion in 15 Years

19 July 2017

Newspapers today reported NITI Vice Chairman Arvind Panagariya's opinion that India will touch $8 trillion GDP in 15 years on a base growth rate of 8% per year and some good years where growth will be more than 8%.

Delhi to Chitrakoot - Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay - Research to Action

Prof. Dr. Subramian Swamy on Deendayalji and Integral Humanism

Some glimpses of Deendayalji and Nanaji Deshmukh

Some background of Delhi

Deendayal Dham - Chandra Bhan

Video 1 of the Journey

Monday, July 17, 2017

15 July World Youth Skills Day in Marathi

जागतिक युवा कौशल्यविकास

15 July 2017

आज जगभरातील भारत मात्र जवळपास ६५ टक्के तरुण लोकसंख्येनं जगातील सर्वात तरुण देश म्हणून समोर आला आहे. साहजिकच भारताला, वेगानं विकसित देशांच्या रांगेत बसायचं असेल, तर भारतातल्या या मोठ्या युवाशक्तीच्या कल्पकतेला न्याय देत त्यादृष्टीनं कौशल्यविकासाचे प्रयत्न व्हायला हवेत. याच अनुषंगानं आजच्या जागतिक युवा कौशल्यविकासाचं निमित्त साधून, युवा कौशल्यविकासाच्या विविधांगी पैलूंवर सविस्तर चर्चा करण्यासाठी, महाराष्ट्र चेंबर्स ऑफ कॉमर्सचे सदस्य निखिल गुर्जर १५ जुलैला साडेनऊच्या बातमीपत्रात सहभागी झाले होते.... त्यांच्याकडून जाणून घेऊया....


DD Sahyadri News

Sunday, July 16, 2017

National Seminar on “The Concepts of Nation and Nationalism in the thoughts of Shri M.S. Golwalkar”

Seminar Announcement for Papers
Last date already over: 27 June 2017, Seminar dates are to be announced.

Important points in thought and activities of Shri M.S. Golwalkar

Ancient Indian ideas and ideals are not antagonistic to universal well-being (Ekatma Manav Darshan)

The concept of nation that present Indians talk of comes from the ancient idea of Bharat Varsh, that includes  territorial description and cultural description with Sanatan Dharma as the foundation.

Golwalkar’s conception of Hind Rashtra, the ideal for this territory is not theocracy. Rather it it can be branded as “Dharmocracy”. He emphasizes Dharma-centricity of Indian cultural ethos. Dharma is a very comprehensive concept enriched by several ideas and ideals, customs, traditions and practices which are beneficial to individual, society and world at large.

He spearheaded one of the strongest religious, cultural and social organizations of the world making determined efforts to inculcate in its followers a burning devotion to India and its ancient national ethos. He tried to kindle in them the spirit of dedication, moral character, service to society and its security.. He strived to arouse social consciousness, mutual goodwill, love and cooperation among them all and made them realize that castes, sects, languages etc. are secondary and the concept of the nation is supreme. People should not do anything that injures the nation and its spirit.  Thus he tried to inculcate in them behavior that strengthens the spirit of national consciousness in every Indian.

About The Seminar and The Thoughts of  Shri M.S. Golwalkar in Media and Books

Bunch of Thoughts - Full Book

Publication by CPIM on RSS mainly of the books of Shri M.S. Golwalkar

Rajiv Gandhi Institute Notes on Saffronization of Education

The invention of Hindustan: V.D. Savarkar, Subhas Chandra bose, M.S. Golwalkar, and the modernization of Hindu nationalist langauge
by Chacon, Christopher, M.A., California State University, Fullerton, 2016
(You can download this MA thesis)

Encyclopaedia Eminent Thinkers (vol. : 20 The Political Thought Of M.S. Golwalkar)
Jai Narain Sharma
Concept Publishing Company, 2008

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh: National Upsurge
M. G. Chitkara
APH Publishing, 2004 - Hinduism and politics - 442 pages

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Major group Occupations (NOC-S 2006) Skill type Skill level
00 – Senior management occupations A01 – Legislators and senior management 0 – All occupational categories 0 – Management occupations
10 – Management occupations in business, finance and administration A11 – Administrative services managers 1 – Business, finance and administration occupations 0 – Management occupations
                                                                        A30 – Managers in financial and business services
                                                                        A31 – Managers in communication (except broadcasting)
11 – Professional occupations in business and finance B01 – Auditors, accountants and investment professionals 1 – Business, finance and administration occupations 1 – Skill level A
                                                        B02 – Human resources and business service professionals
12 – Skilled administrative and business occupations B41 – Clerical supervisors 1 – Business, finance and administration occupations 2 – Skill level B
                                                        B31 – Administrative and regulatory occupations
                                                        B11 – Finance and insurance administrative occupations
                  B21 – Secretaries, recorders and transcriptionists
14 – Clerical occupations B51 – Clerical occupations, general office skills 1 – Business, finance and administration occupations 3 – Skill level C
                                          B52 – Office equipment operators
                  B53 – Finance and insurance clerks
                  B54 – Administrative support clerks
                  B55 – Library, correspondence and related information clerks
                  B56 – Mail and message distribution occupations
                 B57 – Recording, scheduling and distributing occupations
20 – Management occupations in natural and applied sciences A12 – Managers in engineering, architecture, science and information systems 2 – Natural and applied sciences and related occupations 0 – Management occupations
21 – Professional occupations in natural and applied sciences
                  C01 – Physical science professionals 2 – Natural and applied sciences and related occupations 1 – Skill level A
                 C02 – Life science professionals
                 C03 – Civil, mechanical, electrical and chemical engineers
                 C04 – Other engineers
                 C05 – Architects, urban planners and land surveyors
                 C06 – Mathematicians, statisticians and actuaries
                 C07 – Computer and information systems professionals
22 – Technical occupations related to natural and applied sciences
                 C11 – Technical occupations in physical sciences 2 – Natural and applied sciences and related occupations 2 – Skill level B
                 C12 – Technical occupations in life sciences
                 C13 – Technical occupations in civil, mechanical and industrial engineering
                C14 – Technical occupations in electronics and electrical engineering
                C15 – Technical occupations in architecture, drafting, surveying and mapping
C16 – Other technical inspectors and regulatory officers
C17 – Transportation officers and controllers
C18 – Technical occupations in computer and information systems
30 – Managers in health, social science, education, government service and religion A32 – Managers in health, education, social and community services 3 – Health occupations 0 – Management occupations
A33 – Managers in public administration (4 – Occupations in social science, education, government service and religion)

31 – Professional occupations in health D01 – Physicians, dentists and veterinarians 3 – Health occupations 1 – Skill level A
D02 – Optometrists, chiropractors and other health diagnosing and treating professionals
D03 – Pharmacists, dietitians and nutritionists
D04 – Therapy and assessment professionals
D11 – Nurse supervisors and registered nurses
32 – Technical and skilled occupations in health D21 – Medical technologists and technicians (except dental health) 3 – Health occupations 2 – Skill level B
D22 – Technical occupations in dental health care
D23 – Other technical occupations in health care (except dental)
34 – Assisting occupations in support of health services D31 – Assisting occupations in support of health services 3 – Health occupations 3 – Skill level C

41 – Professional occupations in social science, education, government services and religion E01 – Judges, lawyers and Quebec notaries 4 – Occupations in social science, education, government service and religion 1 – Skill level A
E11 – University professors and assistants
E12 – College and other vocational instructors
E13 – Secondary and elementary school teachers and educational counsellors
E02 –Psychologists, social workers, counsellors, clergy and probation officers
E03 – Policy and program officers, researchers and consultants
42 – Paraprofessional occupations in law, social services, education and religion E21 – Paralegals, social services workers and occupations in education and religion, n.e.c.

4 – Occupations in social science, education, government service and religion 2 – Skill level B

5 – Occupations in arts, culture, recreation and sport 0 – Management occupations

50 – Management occupations in arts, culture, recreation and sport A34 – Managers

 in art, culture, recreation and sport
51 – Professional occupations in art and culture F01 – Librarians, archivists, conservators and curators
5 – Occupations in arts, culture, recreation and sport 1 – Skill level A
F02 – Writing, translating and public relations professionals
F03 – Creative and performing artists
52 – Technical and skilled occupations in art, culture, recreation and sport F11 – Technical occupations in libraries, archives, museums and art galleries 5 – Occupations in arts, culture, recreation and sport 2 – Skill level B
F12 – Photographers, graphic arts technicians and technical broadcasting and co-ordinating occupations in motion pictures, and the performing arts
F13 – Announcers and other performers
F14 – Creative designers and craftspersons
F15 – Athletes, coaches, referees and related occupations

6 – Sales and service occupations 0 – Management occupations

60 – Management occupations in sales and service A13 – Sales, marketing and advertising managers
A21 – Managers in retail trade
A22 – Managers in food service and accommodation
A35 – Managers in protective service
A36 – Managers in other services
62 – Skilled sales and service occupations G01 – Sales and service supervisors 6 – Sales and service occupations 2 – Skill level B
G12 – Technical sales specialists, wholesale trade
G13 – Insurance and real estate sales occupations and buyers
G41 – Chefs and cooks
G61 – Police officers and firefighters
G91 – Technical occupations in personal service
64 – Intermediate sales and service occupations G11 – Sales representatives, wholesale trade 6 – Sales and service occupations 3 – Skill level C
G21 – Retail salespersons and sales clerks
G71 – Occupations in travel and accommodation
G72 – Tour and recreational guides and casino occupations
G51 – Occupations in food and beverage service
G62 – Other occupations in protective service
G81 – Childcare and home support workers
G92 – Other occupations in personal service
66 – Elemental sales and service occupations G31 – Cashiers 6 – Sales and service occupations 4 – Skill level D
G97 – Other sales and related occupations
G96 – Food counter attendants, kitchen helpers and related occupations
G63 – Security guards and related occupations
G93 – Cleaners
G73 – Other occupations in travel, accommodation, amusement and recreation
G98 – Other elemental service occupations

7 – Trades, transport and equipment operators and related occupations 0 – Management occupations

70 – Management occupations in trades, transport and equipment operation A37 – Managers in construction and transportation
A14 – Facility operation and maintenance managers
72 – Trades and skilled transport and equipment operators H01 – Contractors and supervisors, trades and related workers 7 – Trades, transport and equipment operators and related occupations 2 – Skill level B
H02 – Supervisors, railway and motor transportation occupations
H31 – Machinists and related occupations
H21 – Electrical trades and telecommunication occupations
H11 – Plumbers, pipefitters and gas fitters
H32 – Metal forming, shaping and erecting trades
H12 – Carpenters and cabinetmakers
H13 – Masonry and plastering trades
H14 – Other construction trades
H41 – Machinery and transportation equipment mechanics (except motor vehicle)
H42 – Automotive service technicians
H43 – Other mechanics
H51 – Upholsterers, tailors, shoe repairers, jewellers and related occupations
H22 – Stationary engineers and power station and system operators
H72 – Train crew operating occupations
H62 – Crane operators, drillers and blasters
H52 – Printing press operators, commercial divers and other trades and related occupations, n.e.c.
74 – Intermediate occupations in transport, equipment operation, installation and maintenance H71 – Motor vehicle and transit drivers 7 – Trades, transport and equipment operators and related occupations 3 – Skill level C
H61 – Heavy equipment operators
H73 – Other transport equipment operators and related workers
H53 – Other installers, repairers and servicers
H81 – Longshore workers and material handlers
76 – Trades helpers, construction labourers and related occupations H82 – Trades helpers and labourers 7 – Trades, transport and equipment operators and related occupations 4 – Skill level D
H83 – Public works and other labourers, n.e.c.

8 – Occupations unique to primary industry 0 – Management occupations

80 – Management occupations in primary industry A38 – Managers in primary production (except agriculture)
82 – Skilled occupations in primary industry I11 – Supervisors, logging and forestry 8 – Occupations unique to primary industry 2 – Skill level B
I12 – Supervisors, mining, oil and gas
I13 – Underground miners, oil and gas drillers and related workers
I15 – Logging machinery operators
I01 – Contractors, operators and supervisors in agriculture, horticulture and aquaculture
I17 – Fishing vessel masters and skippers and fishermen / women
84 – Intermediate occupations in primary industry I14 – Mine service workers and operators in oil and gas drilling 8 – Occupations unique to primary industry 3 – Skill level C
I16 – Logging and forestry workers
I02 – Agriculture and horticulture workers
I18 – Other fishing and trapping occupations
86 – Labourers in primary industry I21 – Primary production labourers 8 – Occupations unique to primary industry 4 – Skill level D
90 – Management occupations in processing, manufacturing and utilities A39 – Managers in manufacturing and utilities 9 – Occupations unique to processing, manufacturing and utilities 0 – Management occupations
92 – Processing, manufacturing and utilities supervisors and skilled operators J01 – Supervisors, processing occupations 9 – Occupations unique to processing, manufacturing and utilities 2 – Skill level B
J02 – Supervisors, assembly and fabrication
J11 – Central control and process operators in manufacturing and processing
94 – Processing and manufacturing machine operators and assemblers J12 – Machine operators and related workers in metal and mineral products processing 9 – Occupations unique to processing, manufacturing and utilities 3 – Skill level C
J13 – Machine operators and related workers in chemical, plastic and rubber processing
J14 – Machine operators and related workers in pulp and paper production and wood processing
J15 – Machine operators and related workers in textile processing
J16 – Machine operators and related workers in fabric, fur and leather products manufacturing
J17 – Machine operators and related workers in food, beverage and tobacco processing
J18 – Printing machine operators and related occupations
J21 – Mechanical, electrical and electronics assemblers
J22 – Other assembly and related occupations
J19 – Machining, metalworking, woodworking and related machine operators
96 – Labourers in processing, manufacturing and utilities J31 – Labourers in processing, manufacturing and utilities 9 – Occupations unique to processing, manufacturing and utilities 4 – Skill level D

Notes: Skill level A corresponds to occupations that usually require university education.
Skill level B corresponds to occupations that usually require college education or apprenticeship training.
Skill level C corresponds to occupations that usually require secondary school and/or occupation-specific training.
Skill level D corresponds to occupations for which on-the-job training is usually provided.
Source: National Occupational Classification Matrix 2006, HRSDC (