Free Essays on Students Role In Communal Harmony

  1. Value-Based Curriculum and Teaching Methodology : an Integrated Approach to Communal Harmony and National Integration

    Value-based Curriculum and Teaching Methodology : An Integrated Approach to Communal Harmony and National Integration Mohit Puri* For a country to be truly great, there must be an understanding and the appreciation of each other's...

  2. communal harmony

    Role of Teacher in promoting National Integration, Peace and Sustainable Harmony Introduction: Communal problems in India have reached an endemic proportion. Each and every part of India is being affected by this problem. More and more people are becoming conscious about their own community. ‘National...

  3. Promoting Communal Harmony

    Promoting Communal Harmony Promoting Communal Harmony In our country people belonging to various religions live in harmony, but there are occasions when the communal fabric gets disturbed, often on trivial issues. It is the responsibility of all sections of society to ensure peace and brotherhood so...

  4. Communal Harmony

    Role of Students in Communal Harmony It is said that the real strength of a nation depends not so much on its natural resources or on its military capabilities but rather on its students. They constitute the backbone of a nation as well as the pillar on which the national edifice is built. They...

  5. English honers

    is also one of the subjects taught in the schools to the students which is a good thing so that they remain in touch with the latest computer hardware and software information. Many of the schools provide separate computer labs to the students to help them through the practical as they gain more knowledge...

  6. Booker T. Washington Dbq

    industrial education that would prepare blacks for subservient roles in society. These institutions were in most cases, academically inferior to white institutions. The first Black American student graduated from Bowdoin College in 1890. Black students did not begin to enter predominately white schools in significant...

  7. The Brave New World: India- a Nation in Transition.

    kaatil mein hain...” These lines act as a tool in the film to arouse the patriotic sentiments of the reckless and hapless bunch of Delhi University students who learn to see the nation as a homogeneous whole and not as one constructed out of differences. Sue persuades this group to act in her film and...

  8. The Freedom Writers

    Writers is a drama based on the book “The freedom writers’ diary” by Erin Gruwell and her students at the Woodrow Wilson Classical High School in California. The book is an agglomeration of the writings of these students, inspired by their teacher, to write about the experiences they had to undergo due to...

  9. Islam in Era of Globalization

    not the umma as known in the political geography asa nation recognized by international law, but the umma is meant here as a concept of universal communal based on self awareness of the concerned entity about its identity on side, and the acceptance of the distinctive identity of the muslims on the other...

  10. Causes of Partition

    leaders of the congress were behind bars, the leaders of the Muslims League gave wide publicity to their demand for Pakistan. The Muslim leaders and the students of Aligarh Muslim University also supported this demand. The idea of Pakistan was welcomed by the English language News paper 'Dawn" and Urdu Newspapers...

  11. English Essay

    contribution of the students may be very significant in achieving our goals. write an article on the topic: "The role of students in removing illiteracy ." (200 wds) 4. You were one of the students who took part in a 'solidarity March' to appeal to people to maintain communal harmony. write a report of...

  12. Conflict Resolution and Culture: a Comparison Between American and Chinese Culture

    Chinese culture and at Chinese conflict resolution. We will discuss Confucian values and progress through social harmony. How are conflicts discussed when they arise among Chinese people? What role does ‘face’ play in shaping Chinese ‘terms of peace’ which are acceptable in solving a dispute? Next we will...

  13. essay

    The Role of Youth in Nation Building and Progress Youth are back bone to the nation.They can change the future of the society with their well being and courageous behavior. They are here to show us that which we have not been willing to look at within ourselves.Unfortunately today we find the youth...

  14. National Integration

    religions live in harmony, but there are occasions when the communal fabric gets disturbed, often on trivial issues. It is the responsibility of all sections of society to ensure peace and brotherhood so that all round development of the country takes places rapidly. The police have a great role to play in...

  15. Judaism Hsc

    Judaism is a living dynamic religious tradition that provides meaning to its individual adherents and the Jewish community through their communal understanding of Jewish history, central beliefs, duties and restrictions required by the faith. The central beliefs of Judaism are monotheism, a Covenant...

  16. Community Service - Essay

    because it is not only character building but it forms the foundation for a strong community. Community service can be viewed on both a personal on communal level. It is important to recognize all that community service represents to both the individual and the community as a whole. However, it is imperative...

  17. Comparing the Theories of Durkheim and Marx

    Marx Emile Durkheim and Karl Marx were two of history’s most influential theorists. While both of these classical theorists played a significant role in the development of social science, their views on social issues differed greatly. Emile Durkheim was the first sociologist in France to hold an...

  18. Beaten Path, Lonely Travellers a Journey Into ‘ the Other’

    libraries. I started publishing books on themes related to religions and dialogue: Quest for Harmony – An Anthology of Religions in Dialogue (2002), Religions in Public Life – A Practical Guide to Religious Harmony (2004), and Practice of Interreligious Dialogue - A Formation Manual of Education and Training...

  19. The Order of New World

    Introduction The term "new world order" refers to the cooperation between greater to great powers, strengthening of the United Nations and a more robust role of the international law. The term has been used to refer to any new period of history evidencing a dramatic change in world political thought and the balance...

  20. Semi- Detailed Lesson Plan

    interactionist theories. Conflict theory deals with the emergence of conflict within a particular human society and the larger issue for this theory is the role the education plays in maintaining the prestige, power and economic and social position of the dominant group in society. The conflict theorists are...

  21. Truly Music?

    their way of life. Ancient Greek and Indian philosophers defined music as tones ordered horizontally as melodies and vertically as harmonies. Common sayings such as "the harmony of the spheres" and "it is music to my ears" point to the notion that music is often ordered and pleasant to listen to. However...

  22. Democracy

    representative in character and it demands not only universal adult suffrage, but also the active participation of the citizens in government. The key role of citizens in a democracy is to participate in public life. Citizens have an obligation to become informed about public issues, to watch carefully...

  23. National Integration

    integration, therefore, has become the most urgent need of the hour. There are various factors responsible for disintegration in India. Occasional communal riots still take place in different parts of the country. These riots cause great loss to the progress and economy of the nation. Regionalism is another...

  24. Communal Riots in India

    March 2004 IPCS Research Papers Communal Riots in India A Chronology (1947-2003) B Rajeshwari -0- Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies Communal Riots in India A Chronology (1947-2003) B Rajeshwari Communal riots have become a distinct feature of communalism in India. Whenever...

  25. Hindu Militancy and the State of Interreligious Dialogue in India

    Narayanan, condemning the killing as one among the “world’s inventory of black deeds” said that Staines should have been “thanked and appreciated as a role model.” On 6 July 1999, in Kapadwanj village of Gujarat State, the vandals had dug up the grave of Samuel Christian, a recently buried Methodist, and...

  26. National Integration

    ancient times people belonging to different communities, religions and cultural groups have been living in this abode of sages and gods in perfect harmony. India was one country, strong and united during the reigns of Ashoka and Akbar. Though there was not much of political unity, there was cultural and...

  27. Sfi ( Students' Federation of India )

    Students Federation of India (SFI) is one of the major student organisations in India. Founded in 1970, it is the students' wing of the Communist Party of India (Marxist). As of 2012, it claims a membership strength of nearly 40 lakhs school and university students.[1] SFI is currently led at the All...

  28. hindu muslim conflict

    constitutional commitment to secularism. The major incidences include the 1969 Gujarat riots and the 1989 Bhagalpur riots. Since 1992 The sense of communal harmony between Hindus and Muslims in the post-partition period has been compromised in the last decade with the razing of the disputed Babri Mosque in...

  29. Sharing Responsibilities

    SHARING RESPONSIBILITY – ROLE OF LOCAL AND STATE BODIES The following ministry is assigned the responsibility of providing emergency support (i) Ministry of home affairs (ii) Ministry of health and family welfare. The officials from the health, irrigation water, sanitation, police and fire services...

  30. India Is a Sovereign, Socialist, Secular, Democratic Republic Which Gives Equal Treatment and Tolerance of All Religions, Which Enshrines the Right to Practice, Preach and Propagate Any Religion and Which Says Right to

    she also welcomed other religions like Christianity (in the first centaury) and Islam (in the seventh centaury). Communalism has also played a key role in shaping the religious history of India. As an adverse result of the British Raj's divide and rule policy, British India was partitioned along religious...