Infrastructural growth like construction of roads, housing projects, developments of public groundwork, etc. Few people in our country believe that we are moving from green revolution to grey revolution. Last date - 5th March 2019. Durgesh Patel is known as father of pink revolution. Recent data says that India had over 700 million active mobilephone connections as of October 2012, catapulting the telecompenetration rate from less than 3% in 1999 to over 70% as ofOctober 2012 and fast closing in on developed worldstandards. Golden colour revolution Golden revolution started in the period between 1991-2003. Not all the rich have become richer and not all the poor have become poorer! His scientific research for food and nutrition security has the overarching commitment to ecolo … gical preservation, poverty eradication, empowerment of women, social equity and above all promotion of human and moral values.
On the other hand, we have a segment that describes Gray Revolution as the advancement in the infrastructure due to heavy investments which has led to an upswing in the Indian Economy. It was brought to India by the initiative of Indian government. Who can decide which community is right or wrong? Arun Krishnsnan known as Father of Blue revolution. Last Date to Apply 25th February 2019. Food is very important for the human being to survive and To do work Green revolution took place in India in 1960. On the contrary, the agricultural growth in the 1980s involved almost all the crops including rice and covered the whole country, it enabled to raise rural income and alleviate rural poverty substantially.
In phase three, from 1985 to 1996, infrastructure was strengthened, and dairy cooperatives were expanded. Speaking at a corporate awards function in December 2009 where hiscompany was felicitated, Idea Cellular's then managing director Sanjeev Aga wasasked to identify what in his view marked the turning point forIndia's telecom sector. It taught how to use high yielding pesticides for better crop growth but as we all know, excess of anything is dangerous, the excessive use of pesticides have also created much more harm than the good we achieved through green revolution. Intensive farming has destroyed the ability of the lands to produce enough food, and the mining of ground water has pushed the water table to a precarious level. In the aftermath of the 2009 general elections, a news report byRediff. Subsidised costs for the poor. Norman Borlaug It is also rightly credited to M.
It is intended to be at the same time parallel, complementary, supplementary and corrective to the green revolution. The Gree … n Revolution in India started in the late 1960s and with its success India attained food self-sufficiency within a decade. It was done with the help of medical applied science ,better hybrids of cocks and hens and better facilities provided for the poultry farmers. In addition, emphasis was placed on veterinary health care services, feed and artificial insemination services, member education, and research and development in animal health and nutrition. He recognized the eminent suitabili … ty ofPanchgani's altitude and climate to supporting such western woodyplants as poinsettia from Mexico and Central America and silveroaks Grevillea robusta from Australia. The following table briefly highlights the important agricultural revolutions of India and the table is followed by some very important key points that one must remeber for the competitive exam.
The results speak for themselves: Rajiv Gandhi and Pitroda's modelof promoting indigenous technology with the DoT trying to meetdemand for telephones did not succeed, whereas the Vajpayeegovernment's policies curtailed the state's role and created spacefor private entrepreneurs to deliver cheap and reliable telecomservice speedily on a massive scale. Pitroda's intervention escalated the issue to RajivGandhi, who pulled the plug on what would have probably beenIndia's first cellular network deployment. Dr Anwarl Dil's book outlines his outstanding contributions to the success of the green revolution and his efforts to transform it to an ever-green revolution by making it pro-nature, pro-women and pro-poor. The technocratic Pitroda hasaccompanied Rahul Gandhi at some of these election rallies despitesuch crass politics to gain votes by using his name. Yet, the deceased prime minister's son claims that the telecomrevolution was his father's achievement, and Pitroda feels nocompunction in claiming to be the driving force behind India'stelecom revolution.
Mahatma Gandhi's concepts of sarvodaya and antyodaya remain central to his scientific work. Yellow colour Revolution Yellow colour Revolution was launched to increase the production of Edible oil seeds. JohnChesson is the individual who is responsible forpoinsettia and silver oak flourishing in Panchgani. There remains a fair probability much … more has been paid for coins of superior quality or are particularly rare for whatever reason. Grey colour revolution Green colour revolution was launched in India to increase the manufacturing of fertilizer.
Now we are experiencing a grey cement color revolution which will boost our infrastructure and will make us really a strong economy. Verghese Kurien Is known as the father of white revolution Blue colour revolution The term blue colour revolution refers to the remarkable emergence of aquaculture as an important and highly productive agricultural activity. The former tried to grow bystate-led indigenization, the latter threw open the sector tocompetition and entrepreneurship. The rapid growth of mobile telephony in India ranks inarguably asone of India's greatest success stories. Cheap telephoneconnectivity has empowered individuals in myriad ways, and hasserved as a massive productivity multiplier for the economy bycollapsing communication costs. A significant increase in horticulture production is called Golden Revolution in India.
And to control this situation, groundwater depletion should be made an essential parameter for any meaningful agriculture reforms. Last date to apply is 6th February 2019. Before these reforms, the DoT was deciding policy for the sector,adjudicating disputes and providing telecom services. At this point of time when excessive pump-out of underground water has already become a major political issue, the cropping pattern continues to play havoc with the irrigation potential. Green Revolution term was first used by William Guad. It is a well-known fact that fast growing economies like China is investing tremendously in making roads, railways, ports, etc. Yellow Revolution Oil seed Production Especially Mustard and Sunflower.
Swaminathan and his team who contributed towards the success of green revolution in India. More food for Earth's population. It also helped reduce malpractices by milk traders and merchants. It is important to trace thehistory of telephony and draw lessons from this success story, forsuch successes have been rare in our history. In this revolution I have implantation of hybrid mustard and sesame seeds took place which increased the production of edible oil by the significant amount It was launched in 1987. The first phase of the White Revolution took place between 1970 and 1980. However, the author emphasizes the critical importance of the preceded 1980s when Indian agricultural sector registered a high growth rate.