VOLUME: 4 ISSUE : 1

Published on : June, 2018

The Source Criticism on the Origin and Migration of the Rabhas of Assam -Dr. Satyendra Kr. Sarmah

The Rabhas are one of the important scheduled tribe communities of Assam. From the population strength, they occupy the fourth position in Assam plains. They belong to the Mongoloid race. Linguistically they fall under the Bodo sub-group of the Tibeto- Burman family. They are mainly concentrated in the three districts namely, Goalpara, Kamrup and undivided Darrang of Assam and in some parts of Meghalaya, West Bengal, Bangladesh and Nepal. Till date, no specific and scientific study has been...

An Ethno-Archaeological Study of Textile Production System Bhulia Community of Subarnapur Region, Odisha Highland -Dr. Jagamohan Jhankar

The weavingoftextilein handloom has a long traditionare seen inthe evidences of corded pottery of Neolithic periodwhich is imprinted by woven texture has found different archaeological sites in the world. Other Evidences have found in decorative motives ofsculptural figure wearing clothes and dresses in architecture are representedtextiles. There are no direct evidences on handloom woven textile on relevant archaeological records by prehistoric artisanbecause the textiles are perishable.But...

Handicraft from Water Hyacinth: A Sustainable Source of Livelihood in Assam with Special Reference to Darrang District, Assam,India-Dr. Juthika Barman Choudhury.

The state of Assam has always been well known for its handicraft industries. Being endowed with natural resources, a variety of handicraft items are produced in different regions of the state. In the year 2008, North Eastern Development Finance Corporation Limited (NEDFi), a public sector company introduced the use of water hyacinth plant for making different handicraft products .           Water hyacinth is a kind of aquatic  plant. By...

Status of Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene Practices: a Study on Tea Garden Labourers of Sibsagar District of Assam-Pallab Jyoti Boruah

Water is a basic necessity and an important resource for sustaining life. The decline in water quality endangers the health of humans as well as the ecosystem. People affected by disasters are generally much more susceptible to illness and death from diseases, which are related to a large extent to inadequate sanitation, inadequate water supplies and poor hygiene. Therefore, adequate or clean drinking water, sanitation and hygiene play an important role in maintaining health. Tea garden...

Present Legal Provision to Combat Child and Women Labour Problem. - Champak Deuri

Today child labour as well as women labour is a global phenomenon and a harsh reality. Though the magnitude differs, the problem exists not only in under- developed and developing countries, but also in developed countries. More than 10 per cent of the world’s 2.2 billion children are engaged in child labour, the majority of them working in agriculture, often with hazardous chemicals or machinery. About 10 million are trapped in slavery, trafficking, prostitution, and armed conflict....

Present Primary Education Status of Baksa District in Assam , India -Gobinda Brahma

Primary Education is generally provided after completion of pre-primary education which is the key to success both the secondary and higher education of our country. It starts between the age group of 6-14 years of children, it is clearly mentioned in an article No.45 of Indian contribution. Proposed study area is Baksa district of BTAD (Bodo Territorial Area Districts) of Assam covering an area of 2400 sq.k.m and Mushalpur is the administrative headquarter of the district. According to 2011...

Urbanisation and Socio-Economic Characteristics of the Surrounding Small Towns of Guwahati City, Assam, India - Dr.Rinku Manta

The present paper comprises social and economic characteristics of the 24 surrounding small towns of Guwahati city. It includes the analysis of sex- ratio, literacy, education and composite Index and other demographic features. It is, therefore, essential to study the impact of these factors so as to accelerate the tempo of urban development in an organised way for the stagnant small urban centres in the study. of Assam. ...

Sanitation Facility on the Environmental Condition of Tinsukia Town and Their Related Impact Upon the Health Condition of Street Vendors: a Study on Tinsukia Town - Bornali Adhikari

Urbanization and high increasing population growth is one of the major causes of environmental pollution in today’s world and its proper management has become a major issue of Municipal Corporation. Humans are not the only one affected by improper garbage disposal but it affects the animals too.Related to this aspect the present paper tries to portray about the environmental condition of Tinsukia town which is been constantly affected by the practice of improper disposal of garbage...

Aging Parents and Adult Children: an Empirical Findings and Future Prospects in the Study of Intergenerational Family Relations - Nitish Gogoi

Water is a basic necessity and an important resource for sustaining life. The decline in water quality endangers the health of humans as well as the ecosystem. People affected by disasters are generally much more susceptible to illness and death from diseases, which are related to a large extent to inadequate sanitation, inadequate water supplies and poor hygiene. Therefore, adequate or clean drinking water, sanitation and hygiene play an important role in maintaining health. Tea garden...

A Study of Myanmar Buddhist councils - Pon Nyar Nanda

To be suitable conduct and comply with this morality, (3) items therefore, called as “three dignities”. That three dignities called as noble conduct of Buddhist admonition “Sasana Buddhism Virtues”. That mean at the sermonize as soon as established to that three dignities and become to principle truth obtained persons by complete conduct for listen to sermonize and would like to that principle truth with meditation when arising that Sasana Buddhism. Recognizance called...

Human health: Individual and International Efforts for Better Health of Child Waste Pickers– an Observations and Evaluation in Guwahati City - Dr. Lakhimi Gogoi

Health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. A health risk assessment is also referred to as a health risk appraisal and health and well-being assessment that is one of the most widely used screening tools in the field of health promotion and is often the first step in multi-component health promotion programs. The health risks posed by the occupation may be greater for children than for adults. The objectives ...