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The process of cultural unity is best exemplified by Ashoka. He unified almost the entire country under the empire but renounced the use of war as state policy. Instead he declared the victory of righteousness as the real victory. This phase is extremely important for the changes that took place in economic and political life, and significant developments in various aspects of culture including religion, art and science and technology.

In economic life this period is significant for advancement of Indias international trade both by land and sea routes and the emergence of cities and towns unknown to earlier phase of ancient Indian history. In political life, large parts of North Western, Northern and Western India were ruled by dynasties of non Indian origin.

A significant event was the growth of the Mahayana sect of Buddhism, which the Kushana ruler Kanishka patronized and the development of the great Buddhist art associated with it. The last phase of the ancient period of Indian History starts in early fourth century AD and ends in about the eighth century.

The Guptas built a large kingdom during this period which remained powerful for about a century. In the Deccan and the South, there were two major Kingdoms during this period of the Pallavas and of the Chalukyas. Some of the finest achievements in various fields of culture-art, architecture, literature, philosophy, science, technology can, however, be dated to this period.

Because of these achievements, this period is often described as the classical age of the Indian civilization. In religion, this is a period of decline of Buddhism and the rise of Brahmanical religion of Hinduism as we know it today.

Great progress was made in literature, both religious and secular, in Sanskrit which also became the language of the court in most part of the country. In spite of the dominant position of Sanskrit in most part of the country.

This period marks the beginning of many modern Indian languages as well as distinct scripts in different parts of the country. The period is also important for some of the most significant advances in science and technology.

Most of the major works in astronomy, mathematics and medicine belong to this period. The Mediaeval Period 5. During the mediaeval period, some of the achievements of the ancient times were carried forward and new magnificent structures were built on those foundations. The period from the eighth to twelfth century in political life is dominated mainly by the presence of large number of states the bigger ones among them tried to establish their supremacy in Northern India and the Deccan.

The main contenders in this struggle for supremacy were the Pratiharas, the Palas and the Rashtrakutas. In the South the most powerful kingdom to emerge during this period was that of the Cholas. In the tenth century, the Turks emerged as a powerful force in Central and West Asia and carved out Kingdoms for themselves. The Turks first invaded India during the late tenth and early eleventh century and Punjab came under Turkish rule. Another series of Turkish invasions in the late twelfth and early thirteenth century led to the establishment of the Sultanate of Delhi.

Within a few centuries after the rise of Islam in Arabia, it became the second most popular religion in India with followers in every part of the country.

The establishment of the Sultanate of Delhi marked the beginning of a new phase in the history of mediaeval India. Politically it led to the unification of Northern India and part of the Deccan for almost a century.

Its rulers, almost from the time of the establishment of the Sultanate, succeeded in separating it from the country from which they had originally come. The Sultanate disintegrated towards the end of the fourteenth century leading to the emergence of a number of kingdoms in different parts of the country. Some of these, for example the Bahimani and Vijayanagaram Kingdoms, became very powerful. In society, the period is important for the introduction of new elements - the Turks, the Persians, the Mongols and the Afghans, besides the Arabs who had settled down in some coastal regions of India.

The growth of a composite culture reached its highest points under the Great Mughals in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. The Mughals built an empire which once again brought about the political unification of a large part of the country. Like Ashoka earlier, Akbar, the greatest of the Mughal emperors, followed a policy of sulkkul peace with all. The eighteenth century marks the beginning of the modern period of Indias history.

Politically, the period saw the decline of the Mughal empire and the rise of a number of small and big independent States in different parts of the country for about years. In spite of this, however, the process of the growth of a composite culture continued.

The process of colonization of vast areas of the world by a few European countries had been underway since the sixteenth century. Changes of a comparable nature failed to take place in India, as also in other countries of Asia and Africa.

There was also no awareness of the importance of the changes taking place in Europe inspite of contacts with European traders, missionaries and others. From about the middle of the eighteenth century, the conquest of India by the British began. It was completed in a few decades and by the middle of the nineteenth century, the entire country was under the direct or indirect rule of the British.

For the first time in her history. India came under foreign rule. She was ruled by foreigners who had not come to settle but to rule in interest of their mother country. A new system of exploitation of a country came into being.

Under the new conditions created by foreign rule, the people of India were awakened and this awakening expressed itself, finally, in the struggle for independence, the end of imperialist exploitation of India and building of a new India.

The nationalist movement united the Indian people on a new basis. It recognized and cherished the unity in diversity and the composite nature of Indias culture as its unique feature. As early as in the nineties of the eighteenth century Raja Ram Mohan Roy came to the forefront of Indian National struggle. Before him Surendra Nath Banerjee and others had set the ball rolling though not with great momentum. In the beginning the Congressmen were loyal to the British Crown.

They only demanded some favours for the educated people of India. In the first stage extending from to the members of the Congress only wanted to get a share in the British administration. The second phase of Congress politics extends from to During this period revolutionary groups began to take the lead.

During the third stage from , Gandhiji began to dominate the Congress organisation. The Jallianwala Bagh tragedy and the Rowlatt Act resulted in the non-cooperation movement on a widest possible scale. The Congress organisation under Gandhiji became a mass movement representing the interests of the whole of India.

The National movement for freedom began to spread among the workers and the peasants as well. The socialists and the communists also joined in. As the National movement spread, British rulers pursued their policy of Divide and Rule. They set the Muslims against the Hindus and the Hindus against the Muslims.

In , the Simon Commission visited India to study the political situation. The Commission was received with black flags at Lahore. Lala Lajpat Rai received a lathi blow on account of which he died. This ugly incident created a stir in the whole country. The Congress started the Civil Disobedience Movement in which more than 90, people were arrested.

The movement was withdrawn in as a result of the Gandhi-Irwin Pact. Ramsay MacDonald gave his communal award in Gandhiji observed a fast unto death to undo the separate presentation given to Harijans under the leaders of the suvarna Hindu and the Harijans.

The Government of India Act was put into force in The Congress contested elections for the provincial legislatures, won a vast majority of seats in 8 out of 11 Indian provinces and formed Ministry. Gandhiji again took the reins in his hands. He wanted complete independence for India. The mission proved a failure. Next came the Cabinet Mission.

As the political parties of India could not reach an agreement, the Mission gave its own award. The Executive council of the Governor General was to be selected in order to frame the Constitution of India. The Congress and the Muslim League did not agree.

The League clamoured for the creation of Pakistan. Lord Mountbatten was sent to India as Viceroy. He held talks with the leaders of the Congress and the League. Both agreed to part company. India was partitioned according to the Indian Independence Act Dimensions of Indian Culture Various races have been coming to India from time immemorial.

The civilizations of these races differed a great deal from one another. On entering India, they had conflicts with the earlier inhabitants of the country. These conflicts affected their respective cultures and through the process of assimilation and synthesis, Indian culture grew all the more richer. Effect of Negrito Race They were not very high from the point of view of civilization. They did not know how to make use of the instruments made of stones and bones, how to cultivate the land, how to make earthenwares or how to build houses.

They are now found in Andaman Island only. The race which arrived in India after the Negrito race was Proto-Australiod or the primitive Australian race.

They are also called Austric in English and Agneya in Hindi. The people of Australoid race influenced the material and religious life in India.

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Indians learnt, in the material field, how to cultivate the land with the help of pick - axe and to grow rice, bananas, coconuts, brinjals, betel leaves, lemons, jamboo fruit and cotton from them. In the religious field, they brought to India many things like the belief in rebirth, various fabulous stories about the origin of creation, a myth about incarnation of God in a tortoise, belief about the existence of Gods in stones, the worship of various creatures like snakes, crocodiles, monkeys etc.

The interesting stories in Mahabharat and Ramayan about Vasuki, the ruler in Patal Lok, the origin of the creation from snakes and eggs, interesting stories about Ganesh, etc have been taken from the mythical of this race.

Perhaps this very race taught the Indians how to count the dates according to moon phases and fixation of sacred festivals etc. Arrival of Dravidians and Their Influence. They were more civilized than the people of both the races which came to India earlier. Under their 34 influence new Gods and new methods of worship came to the Indian religious field.

In fact, the word Pooja worship , belongs to Dravidian language. The acceptance of an idol, as representative of some God, to offer it flowers and tree leaves, to offer it vermilion and sandal paste, to burn incense before it to ring bells, to sing to dance before it, to offer and accept sweets and such other ways of worship were given to India by the Dravidians.

Under the Dravidian influence, the number of Gods increased. Gods and Goddesses, village God, family God and other Gods of Hindu religion supposed to be million in number, are all the result of their influence.

The importance of the sacred places of worship increased under the influence of the Dravidians. In the same way, they also preached the worship of the trees, like workship of tulsi, banyan, peepal, bel and many others.

It was the Dravidians who gave Indians the festivals of Holi and Basant. Arrival of Aryans and Their Influence. Aryans made the greatest contribution towards the development of Indian culture. It is their tongue which is in use today in major parts of India. Their Vedas are the main roots of Indian culture.

The contribution of the Aryans towards the Indian culture has been thus described by Dr Jadunath Sarkar: 1 A feeling of sympathy and adjustment 2 Wonderful evolution of science and philosophy 3 Aryans fixation of adjustment among different castes through their principle of Varna system 4 Spread of civilization among the demons and wild tribes through Tapovan system. Muslim Influence.

Muslims came to India after the Aryans.

In his book titled Influence of Islam on Indian Culture, Dr Tarachand has written that the influence of Muslims on the various parts of Indian life has been very great and this influence has been seen specially on Hindu customs, on the very minute things of their family, on music, dress, cooking methods, marriage traditions, festivals, fairs and on the institutions and manners of the Maratha, Rajput and Sikh courts.

Influence of the British. After the Muslims, the British deeply influenced all aspects of Indian culture. The spread of English language brought hundreds of English words into the Indian languages. The influence of western culture on the prose, novel, one-act plays and poetry, etc in Indian literature can be clearly seen. Western education created a wave of reformation in the whole country.

On the one hand, the ideas of equality, freedom and nationality helped in uprooting the social evils like Sati custom, killing of female child, child marriage and prohibition of widow marriage, on the other hand, they created a political awakening in the country. The present form of administration in India is the outcome of the great influence of the British ideology.

The present economic organization, joint stock companies, managing agencies, big factories, production through machines, railways, telegraphs, telephone, aeroplanes and other means of conveyance and communication were brought to India from the west. However, on the resistance of students against compulsory NCC training and also on the suggestions of some Vice Chancellors in , the Corps was again made voluntary.

The Corps which started in a small way with a Cadet strength of 1. Central Advisory Committee. The Committee generally advises the Govt of India on the matters concerning policy connected with the constitution and administration of NCC.

State Advisory Committee. To develop character, comradeship, discipline, leadership, secular outlook, spirit of adventure and the ideals of selfless service amongst the youth of the country. To create a human resource of organised, trained and motivated youth, to provide leadership in all walks of life and always available for the service of the nation. To provide a suitable environment to motivate the youth to take up a career in the Armed Forces.

The inter-service character of the NCC is reflected in its flag. The NCC Flag was introduced in There are three colours in the flag, namely, Red, Navy Blue and Sky Blue, from left to right when you are facing the flag. Govt of India. The two dots in the middle of the upper end of the wreath represent the two premier training institutes of the NCC. Puram New Delhi — Phone: Apart from these.

Two Groups are located in Chennai and one each in Coimbatore. A Cadet must have attained the age of 13 years on the day of enrolment. Boys ii Junior Wing. The Cadets have been divided into the following categories: Chennai — Phone: Boys ii Senior Wing. Tiruchirappalli and Pondicherry. Enrolled Strength of Cadets. Apart from normal training. The cadets need to attend Annual Training Camps or other prescribed camps to make them eligible for appearing the Certificate Examination.

Each year. All NCC Cadets are motivated to participate actively in the social service activities such as blood donation. AIDS awareness programme. Cancer awareness programme. For various types of competitions conducted during camps. The following types of camps are conducted at different places in the country for a duration of 10 to 34 days: Certificate Examinations. Under YEP. Vacancies Reserved for NCC.

Every year. In addition. United Kingdom. Sri Lanka. Besides general training. NCC Day. During the camp. They also put up displays highlighting various NCC activities and cultural programmes bringing the sense of National Integration amongst the youth of our country. Delhi Cantonment. Republic Day Camp.

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During this occasion. It is a day of excellent opportunities for the NCC fraternity and the public to mingle with each other for highlighting the NCC activities.

Other Incentives. Senior Division Air The Society awards Scholarships as one time payment of Rs. Normal Activities Rs. Upto 1. Category High Risk Activities Rs. Upto 2. Total amount: For death cases 2. Sahara Scholarship. Remarks a Junior Division 6. The Govt. The Sahara Group of Companies.

Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission while selecting candidates to the post in civil services which are under its purview takes into consideration. Oil and Lubricants.

Per Month Rs. Rank Rs. Per Day Per Head Rs. All retention body contact items issued to new cadets in the new training cycle. Based on fair life of an item issued to a cadet. Allowance for ANO Average wastage reported due to condemnation in a year item-wise. There are 28 retention items as listed in b below.

The students here are proud to be an NCC Cadet and we are proud of them and their contributions. The above items are provided on free of cost basis to the cadets of self-financing Institutions also.

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The achievements in the ages past have been recorded for posterity by being presented the All India Inter Directorate Championship Banner for a record twelve times. Central Govt Staff.

Head of the Department HoD. Pondicherry and Andaman Nicobar. Civilian Officers and staff paid out of Defence budget. With a view to impart basic military training to the cadets and for the effective administration of the NCC Units and its activities.

Their details are as follows: Govt of India has authorised a number of Defence Service Officers. Formation of State Cell. From Jul Expenditure Borne By Govt of India. Camp Expenditure. POL charges. Boat Lascar. Most of the accommodation for this purpose is hired from civil sources on annual rental agreement basis. Boat Keeper. Postings and Transfers. To avoid any irregularities in appointments. Sweeper and Chowkidar is the Head of Office.

In respect of Self-financed Institutions. Store Attendant. In that.

This has become essential due to the past experience and to ensure strict compliance of rules and regulations laid down by Govt of Tamil Nadu and the Union Territories of Pondicherry and Andaman Nicobar for this purpose.

For the cadets of Govt and Govt-Aided Institutions. Office Assistant. Maintenance of Seniority A State-wide seniority of the State Govt staff in each category is maintained at this Directorate. Aero Modelling Instructor. Ship Modelling Instructor. The appointing authority for the posts of Junior Assistant.. Higher Education. The Commander. Disciplinary Powers.. The Commanders. Submission of Proposals to Govt. To put it in nutshell. School Education. The next appellate authority is the Secretary to the Govt.

The proposals are scrutinised in-depth by various departments like Youth Welfare and Sports Development. Most of the Rules. Rules and Regulations prescribed by Govt of Tamil Nadu.

Norms for Discharge of Functions. The subordinates guide them as per the Rules in force and all are accountable for the jobs entrusted to them. Chennai Regulations Instructions.

Sweeper j Roster Register. Driver k Roster Register. Office Assistant h Roster Register. Store Attendant d Roster Register. Regarding complaints. NM Commodore UN Chitnavis. Designation Scale of pay Rs. Phone No. Chennai — For the details about other important Officers. Chennai — Colonel V Subramani For death cases 2.

Miscellaneous General Services — Dr Narayanaswamy Naidu Street. Ithelpscadetstogainexperienceto live together, cooperate with each other and work in harmony amongst cadets of various states, thus strengtheningunity. Chintamani Complex Coimbatore — Commanding Officer — -. The Corps Head Quarters handles 03 to 05 Divisions.

Sweeper and Chowkidar is the Head of Office. All retention body contact items issued to new cadets in the new training cycle. Logambal Koil Street Pudupalayam.

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