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Climate Change & Energy Sector and Adaptation Potential in Energy Sector

Climate change is one of the global issue where many debates are going on. The objective of this paper is to present a global perspective and find out some solutions to address the issue of climate change. In India like country generally agriculture has been affected from  climate change particular rainfall time. Suggestions and comments are most welcomed for constructive thinking. Recently economic survey,2012 has include a new chapter of climate change.  

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Filed under: Academic Writing, Social Development

Here are glimpse of Holi celebration in TDA. I experienced the extent of involvement. Read the rest of the story to see some interesting pictures.

Tata-Dhan Academy: PDM

By Shanti Gupta

Tata-Dhan Academy is an institute which provides opportunities for students to visualize their professional life as development managers. But the lessons we learn don’t all come from the classroom or the field–sometimes, even a traditional celebration helps bring new perspectives for the development professional.

India culture and heritage is incredibly rich. At the Academy, the students in PDM 11 and 12 represent both northern and southern states, providing an opportunity to experience and learn more about this rich culture. For example, in the northern states, Holi, a festival of colours, is widely celebrated. Last year, with PDM 10, we had a good celebration, and building on this, we decided to celebrate with some value addition. This year, for example, we did Holika Dahan and an ethnic lunch.

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My First Experience with Tribal Community

Tata-Dhan Academy is a pioneer institute which grooms young graduates for development sector. As a part of Post Graduate diploma in development Management we have one course Social Environment, change and Effect on Development (SEED). We ( 4 students, Shanti, Ravi, Anurag and Vinnet) went to nearby Kodaikanal in tribal context to understand the various social issues. We make this video for faculty and students to make presentation more lively.

Note: The background music is not created by us. We have used a famous singer music for background.

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