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Adolescence and Juvenile Delinquency: A Study with Special Reference to Juvenile Justice Board (JJB), Dibrugarh, Assam ?>

Adolescence and Juvenile Delinquency: A Study with Special Reference to Juvenile Justice Board (JJB), Dibrugarh, Assam

Dr. Manashi Gogoi Borgohain Abstract: Adolescence is crucial and important period of human life as it is the transition period between childhood and maturity. They are the youths who are the future of the society as well as of the nation. It is the time when the individual is expected to prepare himself/herself for adult life by replacing childish attitudes and behaviour patterns with those of an adult type. Stanley Hall said that “Adolescence is the period of storm and…

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Demographic Study of the Missing Community of Assam: A Study on Lazai Pani Miri Gaon, Dibrugarh, Assam ?>

Demographic Study of the Missing Community of Assam: A Study on Lazai Pani Miri Gaon, Dibrugarh, Assam

Mouchumi Gogoi Abstract: The Multilingual Demographic Dictionary defines demography as the “Scientific study of human populations primarily with respect to their size, their structure and their developments. “The present study concerns with the change and development of demographic behaviour like mortality, fertility, marriage, family pattern, occupational pattern, etc. There are many factors which are affecting mortality. These are income, occupation, marital status, male- female, poverty, urban-rural difference, health service, etc. This study attempts to determine/measure the present levels of fertility…

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Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children: A Unique Amalgamation of Christianity, Hinduism & Islam ?>

Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children: A Unique Amalgamation of Christianity, Hinduism & Islam

Sofior Rahman Pramanik Abstract: Salman Rushdie, the famous as well as notorious writer won the prestigious Booker Mc Connell Prize in 1981 for his second novel Midnight’s Children (1980). The novel was well received both in India & abroad with enthusiastic & almost unanimous acclaim not only by ordinary readers but also by literary critics as well. The reasons behind this popularity are the religious controversies over The Satanic Verses. The religion also made a powerful impact on Midnight’s Children….

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The AIUDF and Its Electoral Performances in Assam Politics ?>

The AIUDF and Its Electoral Performances in Assam Politics

Md. Nasirul Hoque Abstract: The All India United Democratic Front ( known as AIUDF) is a state political party which originated in Assam. The leader of the party is Moulana Badaruddin Ajmal who is the Member of Parliament at present. The Headquarter of the party is located in Guwahati. Moulana Badaruddin Ajmal established this party on 3rd October, 2005. On 3nd October 2005, just a few months before the 2006 Assam Assembly election, Maulana Badruddin Ajmal supported by 18 NGO’s…

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The Impacts of Migration and Displaced People of Undivided Goalpara District of Assam ?>

The Impacts of Migration and Displaced People of Undivided Goalpara District of Assam

Dr. Akbar Badsha Dr. Shaher Ali Abstract: There are various accounts about the origin of the name of “Goalpara” These are- (i) during the region of Dev. kings of ancient Kamrup (11th Century) Goalpara was under the administration of a Deputy administration named Iswara Ghosa. It is said that he was influenced by the religious ethic of Buddhism and became too generous to his subjects. He granted a plot of land to the Brahmins of the then Gwalittippika District which…

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Self-Help Groups and Women Empowerment: A Study with Special Reference to Sidli Development Block of Chirang District, Assam. ?>

Self-Help Groups and Women Empowerment: A Study with Special Reference to Sidli Development Block of Chirang District, Assam.

Rezaur Rahman Sarkar Abstract: Women constitute almost half of the world population and they are the integral part of the society. Women empowerment is a global issue. It has emerged as an important issue in recent time. Governments are taking various steps through their different schemes to empower women. Education, NGOs, Legal provisions, etc. are also playing a significant role to do so. In addition to the above, the contribution of Self-Help Groups is noteworthy. Self-Help Groups are constituted with…

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Problems and Prospects of Rural Development through Panchayat System: A Study with Special Reference to Barpeta District of Assam ?>

Problems and Prospects of Rural Development through Panchayat System: A Study with Special Reference to Barpeta District of Assam

Hadayet Ahmed Abstract: India’s bureaucracy never works without greasing its palm. It is our experience that an overwhelming part of our development money goes to the purse of bureaucrats. The same applies to our leadership also. The rural leadership is more than shrewd. It knows the art of grabbing money. In such a situation, what will be the fate of development in the villages of India is anybody’s guess. Moreover, people are not in a position to elect right type…

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Harvest Festivals in North-East India: a Cultural Integrity in Diversity ?>

Harvest Festivals in North-East India: a Cultural Integrity in Diversity

Prasanta Pathak Abstract: North-East India is well known for its rich cultural heritages which gives it an extraordinary cultural identity not only in India but all over the world. One of the most diverse regions in Asia, the North East is prominent for its diverse cultural elements of different tribes that constitute a composite culture enhancing its magnitude and attraction. Standing as a true frontier region to the easternmost part of India, the North-East is ethnically distinct from the rest…

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Perspective of Rate of Economic Growth in West Bengal-an Investigation since 1950s ?>

Perspective of Rate of Economic Growth in West Bengal-an Investigation since 1950s

Dilip Kumar Saha Abstract: India became free from the clutch of British Colonialism in the year 1947 inheriting a very remarkable low rate of economic growth. For this the then nation builders gave notable emphasis to accelerate the rate of economic growth of Indian politico-economic system and formed different states by means of formulating and implementing five years economic plans since the year 1951. And till today 12 such plans have been formulated and implemented. The state economy of West…

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Sericulture in Assam: An Overview ?>

Sericulture in Assam: An Overview

  Anshuman Saikia –  Abstract: Sericulture plays a vital role in uplifting the rural economy of Assam because a large number of populations find employment in the state’s famous muga and eri silk industry. The increasing demand for eri and muga globally has not only given this industry a unique identity but also a scope for self-employment to the rural youths. The people of Assam have been traditionally practising sericulture particularly mulberry, muga and eri.  Nature has endowed Assam with…

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