"In the history of the universe, there has been nobody like you
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– Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
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P.Nandhini Priya - MEC ( ITE ) 2013-09-24 17:19:06
After washing the hands in your taps,please close the tap tightly.
During rainy season ,save the water by constructing any pond or tank.
As a college students,we must give awareness to our surroundings and to school children.
Use less amount of water for washing.
Plant the trees atleast monthly once.so that only,rain will come.if the rain come,we can save the water.
thank you friends:-)
G.Venkata Subasri - MEC ( ECE ) 2013-08-18 12:02:30
friends, while thinking on typical important missions that will bring
societal transformation through competitiveness and propel the vision
2020 missions of India, we could find common grounds for new challenges
and opportunites for investments in India. They are the following:
Agriculture and food processing:
We are in the mission of generating 400 million tones of food grains
with reduced land, with reduced water and with reduced workforce from
the present 200 million tonnes. New technology needed in agriculture
area from seeds to cultivation to grain, food process and marketing.
Value addition in the farm produce will be the focus in our 11th plan
period for the reason that it will have impact in the increase in
productivity and economic growth. This entire chain will enable
employment particularly in rural areas in a big way.
At this juncture, infrastructure development is a crucial area for
development in India. India is aspiring to build hundred million homes
within next ten years. The infrastructure development in metropolitan
and tier-2 cities needs to be enhanced in the form of new bridges,
airports, marketing complexes and industrial units. 40% of the rural
areas need to be covered with all weather roads; we need to double the
present national highways ratio per 100 square kilometer area.
Simultaneously, we are in the process of developing ports, railway
systems and airports. For example, the Indian Construction Industry
employs over 31 million people for its asset generating activity of
around $80 Billion (Rs. 310,000 crore) which includes expenditure of $50
Billion (Rs. 200,000 crore) incurred by the Government. This will need
development of specialized quality human resource in all the spectrum of
When I addressed to the nation in 2005, I have set a goal of realizing
Energy Independence (coming out of fossil fuel) by the year 2030. When
our population may touch 1.4 billion people, demand from power sector
will increase from the existing 130,000 MW to about 400,000 MW. This
assumes an energy growth rate of 5% per annum. Electric power
generation in India now accesses four basic energy sources: Fossil fuels
such as oil, natural gas and coal; Hydroelectricity; Nuclear power; and
Renewable energy sources such as bio-fuels, solar, biomass, wind and
ocean. We need a major thrust in solar energy and wind energy for
generating over 120,000 MW by 2030 through these two renewable energy
sources. Similarly we are planning to harness over 65,000 MW from hydro
power sources and 50,000 MW from nuclear energy sources.
We have a mission on the Networking of Rivers and the task team is
evolving the plan of action. Meanwhile, I have also suggested to the
state governments interlinking of rivers and other water sources within
the state. Number of state governments is actively pursuing this
mission. This mission will eliminate the periodical problem of floods
experienced in a number of river basin states and manage the draught in
most of the time and ensure availability of water and power throughout
the year. In addition nation has to embark on water harvesting and
desalination of sea water as national missions. Simultaneously another
major mission is to create and strengthening the inland waterways
programmes and convert into smart waterways.
Sustainable Rural Development through PURA:
In India, the development of a rural sector is very important.
Government, private and public sectors have been taking up rural
development in parts. For example, starting an education institutions,
starting a healthcare centers, laying roads, building houses,
building a marketing complex, giving a communication link in a
particular rural area have been taken up in the past as individual
activities. We have a rural development programme PURA which envisages
an integrated development plan with employment generation as the focus,
driven by provision of the habitat, healthcare, education, skill
development, physical and electronic connectivity and marketing.
The entire country will have 7000 PURAs (Providing Urban Amenities in
Rural Areas) encompassing over 600,000 villages. The theme of PURA,
apart from concentrating on reinforcing agriculture, will emphasize on
agro processing, development of Rural Craftsmanship, dairy, fishing,
silk production, so that the non-farm revenue for the rural sector is
enhanced, based on the core competence of the region. Also the rural
economy will be driven by renewable energy such as solar, wind, bio-fuel
and conversion of municipal waste into power. In this approach, the aim
is to make sustainable development using the core competence of the
The programmes which I have mentioned above has
social, research and technological content. It has substantial amount of
business opportunities leading to economic growth in the globalized
U.A.GREESHMA - MIT ( MCA ) 2013-07-22 19:11:23