VOLUME: 5 ISSUE : 2

Published on : December

Banking Penetration in Assam- A Case Study of Bongaigaon District - Parijat Dhar1 and Dr. Nissar A. Barua2

ABSTRACT   : Access to safe, easy and affordable credit and other financial services by the poor and vulnerable groups, disadvantaged areas and lagging sectors is recognized as a pre-condition for accelerating growth and reducing income disparities and poverty. In India, it is disheartening to note that after forty four years of social responsibility on the Indian scheduled commercial banks and the enactment of the Regional Rural Banks (RRBs) Act in the mid 1970s, there has...

Buddhist Philosophy and its influence on the Khamtis -Dr. Prafulla Borah .

ABSTRACT   : Religion plays an important role in the socio-cultural life of every individual or group of individuals. Religion is the origin of rites and rituals; meaning the system of faith and worship shapes one’s culture in one way or another. Rites and rituals are most important practices of human culture. They are the expression of manner and type of adjustment effected by people with their concept of supernatural. The Khamtis are a group of tribes living mainly in...

Vedantic Philosophy of Swami Vivekananda - Mridul Saikia

ABSTRACT   : Vivekananda was a staunch advaitin as he himself declared that Advaita was the fairest flower of philosophy and religion. At the same time he never said that advaita alone was Vedanta. His philosophy which came to be known as practical Vedanta or NeoVedantaism ,was based on his vast knowledge of Upanishads , Vedas and western philosophy ,his experience of world tour, his love for motherland and above all his guru Ramakrishna Paramhansa whom he considered as the...

Impact of Self Help Groups (SHGS) on Decision Making - Dr. Manoranjan Roy

ABSTRACT   : From time immemorial, in a variety of cultures of different countries, people have organized themselves at the grass root level of find innovative solutions to specific problems. Organizing at the local level is a form of collective advocacy on behalf of a shared cause or direction action in the service of achieving a collective goal. As Baltiwala (1994) stated “In gross roots programs and policy debates, empowerment has virtually replaced terms such as...

A Study on the Environmental Awareness and Practices among College Students with Special Reference to Kaliabor Sub-Division Area - Dharmajeet Borah

ABSTRACT   : Environment is our surrounding that includes living and non-living things around us. In broad sense, environment consists of the sum total of the stimulation that the individual receives from conception until death. It covers all those circumstances which assert their influence on the individual since conception to death. Whatever found around the individualmay be covered by the term environment. Environment also consists of physical, intellectual, social, moral,...

Wildlife Hunting and trapping practices of the Wancho Community of Arunachal Pradesh - Mrs. Mudang Reena .

The tribe inhabiting the Longding district of Arunachal Pradesh is known as “Wancho” .   Wildlife hunting is an age old practice of the “Wanchos “.  Wancho tribes have been hunting wildlife for many generations. Hunting is a traditional way of life of wanchos though hunting and trapping practice find its way in the life of many tribal communities of Arunachal Pradesh. Hunters do not follow a fixed hunting schedule but hunts when convenient, although some...

Feminism and its Impact on Women in the Modern Society -Miss Rumi Kaman.

ABSTRACT   : Woman passed through many problems, obstacles and barriers to become an important member in the society .In the   Past , woman did not have any kind of rights ,she was isolated ,neglected and mistreated by man. By the coming of Feminism ,the  profile and the image women have  changed completely and form being a poppet in the hands of man  .she becomes a Queen, President ,Artist and Teacher etc. ...

The Role of Social Work in Mental Health in a Variable Multicultural Environment - Dr.R. Seenivasan

ABSTRACT   : Over the recent decades the increasing number of migration flows has exerted and continues to exert great pressure on the health system and on the welfare structures of Greece. The bases for the development of a rudimentary reception and integration system that still is in progress have long been delayed, while there has been no happy medium, between the enormous pressure that foreigner users of this system put on, and the humanitarian obligation of a...

Challenges of Mass Media in Disseminating Information to Persons with Disabilities in Assam -Kishor Mohan Bhattacharyya

ABSTRACT   : Mass media is mirror of a society for reflecting education, information and entertainment. Challenges of mass media are changing in this mechanical world. Nowadays challenges of mass media refer to political setup, social needs, economic limitation and identity of social elements. Objectives of this paper are to studystatus of mass media regarding disseminating information to persons with disabilities in Assam, to study real scenario of media houses towards social...

Surendra Sai and Resistance Movement in Western Odishha - Dr.Saroja Kumar Panda.

               The resistance movement led by surendra sai of sambalpur against british imperialism is a landmark in the history of freedom struggle of odisha. Surendra  sai popularly known as surendra, was born in the chauhan family of Rajpur Khinda 1 . He is  remembered for his courage in resisting the exploitation of  British rule and their injustice. He is one of the valiant sons of the soil who...