4 edition of Status of Social Sciences in Vernacular Languages in Northeast India found in the catalog.
July 1, 2002
by Regency Publications,India
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||120|
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Status of social sciences in the vernacular languages in North East India Author: Jai Prakash Singh ; David R Syiemlieh ; C Joshua Thomas ; Indian Council of Social Science Research. Status of Social Sciences in Vernacular Languages in Northeast IndiaAvailable for download Status of Social Sciences in Vernacular Languages in Northeast India Book Details: Author: J.
Singh Date: 01 Jul Publisher: Regency Publications Book Format: Hardback pages ISBN ISBN File size: 27 Mb Filename: status-of-social-sciences-in-v. The paper builds an argument for social science research in vernacular languages in India based on theoretical as well as empirical evidences.
It examines the theoretical discourse on ‘meaning making’ which is the foundation of the argument. In India the development of social science research is directly an outcome of the processes of modern education, the setting-up of * A.K.
Nongkynrih is Professor in Department of Sociology, North-Eastern. including science in vernacular languages. There is a huge gap between the common man knowledge and scientific knowledge. Genuine efforts are required to overpass this gap.
It is obligatory to communicate science to this rural section in vernacular languages for its deeper penetration and admiration in the Size: KB. building materials, and the elaborate variations in the social customs and craftsmanship.
The rich vernacular tradition of India starts from the natural settings of the site, and responds to metaphysical concerns, climate, local skills, construction materials and appropriate Size: KB.
Elaborating on the use of vernacular, Modi put forward the example of Bose describing him as a crusader for teaching of science in vernacular languages. “He started the Bengali science magazine ‘Gyan o Bigyan’ to promote understanding and love for science in our youth.
“It is vital that we promote science communication in a big way. The language problem in a multilingual region like Northeast India involves larger issues of re-asserting and reconstructing identities.
Different linguistic groups that compete for control over resources and power, very often use language not only to define their identities but. native language. Thus it has attained the status of a global language in the ever changing economic context.
It is quite interesting to note that India, a multilingual nation, is the third largest English-speaking country after the US and UK. In India, it is increasingly being perceived as a ‘must-know’ Size: KB. 7 The Status of English Language in India, chapter-2, page 8 Sharma A.K., () ' Aspects of English Language Teaching in India', Bhagalpur: Bharat Book Depot, page Post Independence Period.
English, then, became the language of the industrialization and modernization and now it is the language of globalization. In the words of Barrister Pakem ( 9), Northeast India is a region as the lack of sophisticated definition of a region for Northeast India does not make it a non-region.
It is a region despite its varied physical features and its different economic, political and social systems. Thus, Northeast India is a region of diverse geographical features. All central colleges and universities, on the other hand, teach science in English, while some state colleges have the option of studying it in the vernacular.
This inevitably creates a snarl of terminology in the minds of the students as they fumble from the vernacular to English. For instance, in Hindi, momentum is gati, molecule anu, photosynthesis prakash sanshleshan, and theorem pramey. Emerging Literatures from Northeast India.
is an amalgam of critical perceptions on writings emanating from the region on issues of identity construct, on hidden colonial burdens that refuse to leave and on the key role that oral traditions continue to play and will do so for some time in any study of the region.
Within the ambit of 'emerging' literatures, this book takes into consideration. The vernacular architecture of north-east India across the three bioclimatic zones is widely varied in its built forms.
However no serious study has ever been made on the vernacular architecture of north-east India in relation to bioclimatism, socio-economic status, cultural setup and by: This study is carried out in North-East India to study the design of the vernacular building for the climate oriented features that can be applied to modern architecture and status of comfort in.
The book also presents a description on the freedom struggle which the Indian people and the people of North East started against the colonial rule. Finally, the book also deals with the events and progress of the North East since independence and gives a concluding remarks on recent social and economic development in the North East.
About the. Nature of Social Sciences Block 1: Understanding Social Science as a Discipline Notes an important component of high school/higher education curriculum. The differ-ent social science subjects like history, political science, anthropology, philoso-phy, economics etc.
have independent status in high school/university Size: KB. India today speaks languages (‘Peoples Linguistic Survey of India’) represented in 86 different scripts. Twenty nine of them are spoken by at least a million people, 22 are recognized by.
Standard language is most useful and widely used as an official language or the national language. Ø A vernacular language is the first language learned by people in multilingual communities. The variety used for communication in the home and with close friends.
In social sciences, the UGC curricula have no room for regional topics or electives and no texts from the vernacular languages. In fact, Indian elite social sciences have completely silenced our students. They have nothing to read and they can no longer speak or write. Thus, it is the elite who have failed the 98 per cent and not the 98 per Author: Milind Sohoni.
The CJI also sought to know what the Bar Council of India was doing on the issue. The CJI made these observations while hearing a matter filed .Cultural and ritual uses of animals beyond those for food and medicine should not be dismissed if we wish to understand the pressure that wildlife is under.
We documented such uses for the Tangsa and Wancho tribals of Eastern Arunachal Pradesh (India). Group discussions with assembled members of 10 accessible villages in each of the tribal areas were carried out in and Vernacular.Best Indian books in vernacular languages Best Indian books originally written in the vernacular languages of the sub-continent (Hindi, Bengali,Punjabi, Oriya, Assamiya, Gujrati, Telugu, Malayalam, Tamil, Sindhi, Kashmiri & other N-E langauges) Incorrect Book The list contains an incorrect book (please specify the title of the book).