Essays about: "social awareness in india"
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11. Conflicts over place between indigenous communities and modern capitalism. The case of the Niyamgiri hills, Orissa.University essay from Lunds universitet/Institutionen för kulturgeografi och ekonomisk geografi
Abstract : This literature case study focus on a contemporary conflict between the mining company Vedanta Resources and the indigenous tribe of the Dongria Kondh within the Niyamgiri Hills in Orissa, India. The analysis is grounded in phenomenology, as humanistic geographical concepts of space and place are used in order to interpret the different meanings of space and place as they are expressed within the literature by the two conflicting parties. READ MORE
University essay from IT-universitetet i Göteborg/Tillämpad informationsteknologi
Abstract : The boom of information and communication technology (ICT) in India is a well-known phenomenon with a positive impact on the economy. As tourism industry and small companies are of big importance for India’s economy, this thesis examines the ICT awareness in small travel agents and tour operators, in terms of ICT awareness definition, its level, and the affecting factors. READ MORE
13. Stronger Women, Stronger Societies: - A case study of micro credit and women empowerment in Southeasten IndiaUniversity essay from Lunds universitet/Statsvetenskapliga institutionen
Abstract : Micro credit has become a popular tool in the fight against poverty. All over the world, economists and practitioners have adopted the topicality. At the same time, an increased awareness of the situation of women is noticeable. In particular, marginalized women are discussed since they face poverty, illiteracy, low caste/casteless and gender gap. READ MORE
14. Experiences from community milking centres in rural India : social, economic and technical impacts of the implementation of milking machines in Kolar district, Kanataka StateUniversity essay from SLU/Dept. of Economics
Abstract : The dairy sector in India is impressive in absolute terms and the nation assumed the top position from US in 2001 as the world leader in milk production. The dairy farm system in India is characterized by small scale and labour intensive operations with hand milking, low productivity and poor hygienic quality, in comparison to international standards. READ MORE