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Ecosystems and their Services for Human Welfare

Introduction Millions of species populate Earth. The vast majority gain energy to support their metabolism either directly from the sun, in the case of plants, or, in the case of animals and microbes, from other organisms through feeding on plants, predation, parasitism, or decomposition. In the pursuit of life and through their capacity to reproduce, organisms use energy, water, and nutrients. Organisms interact with one another in many ways, including competitive, predatory, parasitic, and facilitative ways, such as pollination, seed dispersal, and the provision of habitat. These fundamental linkages among organisms and their physical and biological environment constitute an interacting and ever-changing system that is known as an ecosystem. Humans are a component of these ecosystems. Indeed, in many regions they are the dominant organism. Whether dominant or not, however, humans depend on ecosystem properties and on the network of interactions among organisms and within and among ec…

ARTICLE ON THE DIFFERENT WELFARE AND DEVELOPMENTAL PROGRAMMES REAGARDING THE UPLIFTMENT OF WOMEN AND CHILD STATUS IN INDIA.

An eminent and young Nobel laureate Malala Yousafazai once quoted “I raise up my voice – not so I can shout, but so that those without a voice can be heard…we cannot succeed when half of us are held back.” This belief precisely outlines the foundation for a new era where women strive to achieve their desired place in the contemporary society. The 21st century has the seen the world change several fold. It has seen the societal roles being interchanged. On one hand women are taking up jobs which were earlier regarded to be reserved only for the male population and men taking up roles which were sought out for the females. A social sovereignty has been established which paved way for concepts of feminism and political equality to make its way through after countless years of patriarchal dominance and struggle.   In the light of the facts, the global figures speak somewhat of a different tale. Discrimination against women have also seen a sharp increase terming it to be rampant across the…

MIGRATION

Migration indicates temporary or permanent movement from one place to another.Since the dawn of human evalution humans have migrated from one place to another in search of food,shelter,cloth,safety etc.People still move for these reasons but new reasons have also arising such as searching for job,overpopulation,Environmental (Better climate, calamities, and natural disasters are examples of environmental causes or reasons), Economic (Moving to find work or moving to follow a particular career path is an example of economic cause or reason), Cultural (Religious freedom and education is an example of cultural cause or reason), Social (Moving for a better quality of life or moving closer to a family member or friend is an example of a social cause or reason).Peoples are not only considering the opportunities but also think about the pros & cons,the advantages & disadvantages of moving and also considering the factors which attract themselves.It is mainly two type  Push …

IMPORTANCE OF NATIONAL YOUTH DAY

This is a great occasion where we are all assembled here in the national youth day. When young people came together and study swami Vivekananda, they became a tremendous force for implementing this social revolution and they will become as a force for the good of the nation. The Swamiji’s life was very short; he died at the age of 39. In his short span of life he accomplished a lot. As the chief disciple of his great master, sri Ramakrishna, he spreaded the message of the ancient spiritual wisdom of India to the world. The human being is unique among all evolutionary species. Today’s western science also speaks of human uniqueness. Swamiji never tired of speaking of our inherent divinity. He felt that this concept must be put into practice; our relations must be rethought in terms of that divinity. Humankind, irrespective of colour, creed, sex, country or religion- is basically the spirit and divine. That our essential nature is divine, is the teaching of the Upanishads, of the Vedanta p…