Education - is the Right. GLOBAL NEEDS ACADEMY has one goal - Education is the Right, to make Every Child be a Graduate.
The Development of a Nation can take place, Genuinely, only it the EDUCATION System is taken care of, as "EDUCATION" is the Chief defense/weapon of a Nation.
India is divided into 28 states and so called 7 "Union Territories". The States have their own elected Government while the Union Territories are ruled directly by the Govt of India, with the President of India Appointing an Administrator for each Union Territories. As per the constitution of India, School Education was Originally a State Subject - That is the States have Complete Authority on deciding policies and Implementing them. The Role of Govt of India was Limited to Coordination and deciding on the standards of Higher Education. The GLOBAL NEEDS ACADEMY Emphasis or giving voices to the Government (Both Central & State) must invest a lot more than present to buildup better Human Resources, which can work for the Development of the Nation.
If the Nation and the Top Level Administrative Bureaucrats wants every Child to Graduate from high School ready for College and a Career, it must hold Schools responsible for that everyone. GNA - Shine / or lite a light on School performance; Create Incentives for Improvements; and direct resources to the Schools and Students that need them most.
GNA appealed / demand that all Indian States with the opportunity and flexibility to create awareness that measures the Educational Performance comprehensively, while ensuring that the performance of individual student from Primary Education, School, College and Research Levels.
Why the GNA Need to be an Uniform System of Education?
In Order to Mutual Understanding of the People in India and abroad-Needs in every day day today life activities-Agriculture, Industries, Trade & Commerce; Culture, Fine Arts. Science & Technology and all other Economic Factors & Development. This is possible only Uniform System of Education the learning and Teaching process.
I am of the view that the Education at present is obviously a new approach of its kind and my focus in the field - is stimulating towards a new Dimension among the Indian Education from the Pre-KG to Research Level.
Hindi and Sanskrit: As for as these Languages are concerned that they have plenty of treasures, having authentic proofs of Ancient Indian History- the Phonetics and Grammar are the amazing Structures when compare to other Languages. Although the Government of India is encouraging the study of Hindi and Sanskrit, the Sentiments in Tamil Nadu against implementation.
In order to decrease the Anti-Sentiments of Tamil Nadu, the present structure of Learning in Tamil up to Research Level and the Eradication of Hindi learning in Tamil Nadu- the System of Education. The Trust make an appeal UGC, concern Ministry, Minister for HRD and Chief Educational Administrative Bureaucrats. to form a Uniform System of Education/ Three languages Formula of Education throughout in India.
Uniform System of Education
To follow THREE LANGUAGES FORMULA OF EDUCATION (3R's)
1.Regional Language - Birth Right-Mother Tongue for example Tamilnadu & Pondicherry-Tamil Speaking Area-TAMIL LANGUAGE
2.National Language to all Indian States-HINDI
3.International Language-to Understand the world Countries - ENGLISH
The Trust also picturised and to create more Chairs for Southern Languages i.e Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam and such other States following Non- Hindi learning. It will give way to create Hindi and Sanskrit- more Chairs in the Universities of Southern States particularly in Tamil Nadu.
According to UNESCO, Environmental Education is a way of implementing the goals of environmental protection. It is not a separate branch of science but life long Interdisciplinary field of study to the world Countries. GNA Insists the Higher and Research study - Education towards protection and enhancement of the environment and Education as an Instrumental Agency of Developments for improving the quality and quantity of life of Human Communities. GNA has also to help the social group and individuals to acquire knowledge of pollution and Environmental degradation-awareness programs.
Other Factors of Educational Changes
Education in Free India
★ Free Education - All School Level Studies.
★ Vocational Education
★ Contribution of Missionaries
★ Improve Higher/ and Research level- Local, Regional, National and International level.
Language and Literature
★ Literature and Various Languages in India.
★ Literature of other Languages.
★ English Influence- Vocational, Professional and Research
Economic Development is what's going to make mountain top removal palatable.
Without Economic Development Including Agriculture, any potential for political openness and freedom will be questionable.
At Present, the science and technology have gained unquestionable supremacy, the level of the' industrial development of a country has become the yardstick to be applied to judge its actual development. All other progress has become meaningless; if a country is technologically backward, it is backward irrespective of any other excellence it might have acquired.
The Industrial Policy, 1948 and the Industries (Development and Regulation) Act, 1957 gave an idea of the attitude of the Government with regard to the development of industries. But, it was only the adoption of planning in 1951 which created a favorable atmosphere for the development of industries.
The development of the economy can be measured with the help of different criteria, such as the growth rate in industrial out-put, industry's contribution to national income, and industry's contribution to employment. Regarding industrial contribution the GNA has the empower to raise the national income and its capacity to generate employment have displayed similar trends.
A significant feature of our industrial development has been the phenomenal growth of the public sector. GNA comprises public utility services like the railways, road transport, post and telegraph, power and irrigation projects, departmental undertakings of the Central and State Governments including the defense production establishments, and a number of other industrial undertakings which are wholly supported by the Central Government. GNA now it enhance and motivating the share of industrial sector in the national income and the surpluses earned by it form an important source of non-tax revenue of the Government. It also offers job opportunities to a large number of people.
If we aim at an accurate assessment of our achievement, GNA should either compare our industrial growth with the growth in other countries during the corresponding period or, It should measure our achievement in terms of our targets. Another yardstick can be to compare our achievement with our needs.
GNA has revealed that industrial production fell short of the target by a wide margin but, then, there are some inherent shortcomings in our planning system. It need not be emphasized that planning has widened the horizon of industrial sector and opened new vistas of industrial growth. The following factors are given additional strength and source of income from and Individual to a Nation.
★ Rural Industries
★ Urban Industries
★ Evaluation of Large- Scale Industries- like Coal & Mining; Tea & Coffee; Jute & Cotton; Iron & Steel.
The country witnessed unprecedented growth in agriculture which has helped India to graduate from hunger to self sufficiency in food grains by increasing the food grain production. The technology back-up by agricultural scientists, in the form of "Green Revolution" combined with industrial growth, positive policy support, liberal public funding for agricultural research and development and dedicated work of farmers contributed to the phenomenal increase in agricultural, animal and fish production. Application of engineering in agriculture was equally appreciated by the farmers. The farmers are not afraid of hot/cold desert and vagaries of weather as they have green houses and low tunnel plastic houses technology to grow crops in any place at any time of the year.
The GNA has been made the analysis has been made the status of manufacture of agricultural machinery, after sale services, level of adoption of mechanization inputs by the farmers so as to plan for future mechanization.
The Indian farmers gradually responded to farm mechanization technology especially after Green revolution in 1960s. High yielding varieties with assured irrigation and higher rate of application of fertilizer gave higher yields and better economic returns.
The use of farm machinery depends upon the farm power sources available in he country for various tractive and stationary operations. Human and animal power, the two 'renewable energy' or 'bio-energy' sources, have traditionally been used for various farm operations. The crops are protected from weeds, through the application of chemicals. The application of these inputs is achieved through human power' in traditional agriculture.
Digging, clod breaking, sowing, inter culture, harvesting, threshing. Cleaning, and grading are performed by human power using traditional tools and implements. Improved tools have also been developed and commercialized. The GNA picturized the agricultural worker population in India increased from 97.2 million in 1951 to 235.1 million in 2001. The agricultural workers comprise of small cultivators and agricultural labourers. Of the total agricultural workers.
Draught Animal Power
Traditionally, draught animals have been used in India for field operations, transport and agro processing. There are about 79 percent small and marginal farmers who have limited land holdings and resources. These farmers rely on draught animals and human power for farm operations. Field operations in hill regions and some difficult terrains are being performed by human and animal power.
Farm Machinery Industries
The GNA take efforts to provide and the adoption of mechanization technology depends upon the local manufacture and after-sales-services besides credit and financial incentive. The manufacture of agricultural machinery is quite complex comprising from village artisans, tiny units, small scale industries to State Agro Industrial Development Corporations and organized tractor, engine and processing equipment industries. Traditional hand tools and bullock drawn implements are largely fabricated by village craftsmen and small scale industries. Organized sectors manufacture sophisticated machinery such as tractors, engines, mills and dairying equipment. The GNA has with the support of R & D the small-scale industries depend upon public institutions for technological support. They require not only drawings but also prototypes and technical guidance to manufacture the equipment. These industries however, upgrade the technology with experience.
Classification of Agricultural Industries
The classification agricultural industries is based on total capital investment (plant and machinery) rather number of workers employed. These are (i) village craftsmen, (ii) cottage industries, (iii) tiny industries, (iv) small scale industries, (v) medium scale industries and (vi) large scale industries.This classification was done to help the small-scale units through incentives and marketing support. The limit of investment is given by GNA - Such category and maximum capital investment.
For A Sample
Village Artisans and Cottage Industries
Tiny industries - Rs.10-15 lakhs
Small scale industries - Rs.1-3 Crores
Medium scale industries - Rs.5 Crores and above
Village Craftsmen & Cottage Industries
Village artisans are the main source of supply and repair and maintenance of hand tools and traditional implements are made by village craftsmen. These include implements and tools like khurpi, spade, sickle, local ploughs, bakhar, sowing devices, yokes, patella, leveler, oil ghanis, grinding wheels, hand mills, hand-operated milk churning tools, winnowing devices, sieves, wooden storage structures, bullock carts, manual water lifting devices etc. The GNA is the option to train-such skills- they will accelerate the adoption or mechanization inputs due to their proximity with farmers.
Tiny and Small-Scale Industries
The tiny and small scale units fabricate bulk of improved agricultural machinery such as ploughs, cultivators, disc ploughs and harrows, seed drills planters, plant protection equipment, reaper harvesters, combine, plant protection equipment, reaper harvesters, combine harvesters threshers, cleaners, graders, mills crushers, oil expellers, diesel engines, irrigation pumps, dairy machinery etc.
Agricultural machines are reserved for small-scale units. There are more than 18000 such units scattered all over the country.
The GNA has a survey that In Tamilnadu selected regions, Salem, Coimbatore, Madurai and Chengalpet have concentrated the improved agricultural machinery is small-scale Industries.
Some of these units also fabricate implements and equipment for tractor and power tiller manufacturers. They may lack good machine tools and heat treatment facilities. Some of them are more organized and have better fabrication tooling and thus are able to manufacture better quality machinery.
The bulk of the farm machinery is made by the small-scale industries. The use materials from mild steel to generally inadequate except in few industries manufacturing knife & tillage tools. Equipment manufactured by the SSI units includes soil working tools, seeding & planting equipment, hand hoes, sprayers & dusters, harvesting & threshing equipment, like reapers, threshers, combines, maize sheller, decorticators, cleaners, graders, mills, oil crushers - "country check" (Wooden equipment expellers etc.
Organized Farm Machinery Industries
The medium scale and large scale industries manufacture diesel engines, electric motors, irrigation pumps, sprayers and dusters, land development machinery, tractors, power tillers, post harvest and processing machinery and dairy equipment. The marketing of agricultural machinery by these industries is through their network of dealerships and, therefore, these manufacturers are able to provide effective after-sales-service. These industries upgrade their product and process technologies through their own R&D efforts, in addition to technological support from external agencies.
GNA has showing the leading agricultural countries in the world for the development and manufacture of agricultural implements and equipment. The range of equipment includes, tractors, harvesting and threshing equipment, plant protection machines, irrigation and drainage pumps, sprinkler systems, land development machinery, dairy and agro-processing equipment, etc. India is the exporting increasing volumes of these to various countries including USA, Africa, Asia, etc.
GNA has given such Status of farm machinery industries and the Equipment manufacturers like Agricultural tractors, Power tillers, Earth movers, Pumps, Sprinkler set, Drip irrigation system, Plant protection equipment, Combines, Reapers, Threshers , Seed drills , Ploughs, cultivator and harrows, Tractors parts and accessories, Earth moving machinery and parts, Diesel oil engines, Rice processing machinery, Sugarcane crusher, Chaff cutter, Dairy and food industries and Village craftsmen.
The GNA also given a List of standards on agricultural machineries like Tractors and power tillers and engines, Soil working equipment, Sowing and fertilizer application, Irrigation & drainage equipment and system, Crop protection, Harvesting and threshing ,Horticulture and plantation, Processing machinery ,Milling equipment, Dairy and animal husbandry equipment, Farm transport and Storage structures.
Agricultural Equipment Development and Field Verification
The GNA is an agency - all agriculture developments are possible only giving the standard of proper Education, and Research in the Agriculture sectors of concerned departments. Besides, department of Science and Technology and Council for Scientific and Industrial Research. GNA involved the development of technology for mechanization and agro-processing. National Research Development Corporation with the support of NABARD. GNA take a keen interest for promoting of village industries and small scale industries. Khadi and village Industries Commission (KVIC) promote and market products produced by cottage industries.
The Indian Council of Agricultural Research for the first time sponsored a scheme to conduct state-wise survey of existing tools and implements used by the farmers in 1954. The results were published in the form of a book entitiled "Indigenous Agricultural Implements of India" in 1960s. GNA has made a serious efforts to promote research and development on improved farm implements by giving awareness programme for all such agriculture sectors.
Popularization of Agricultural Machinery
The assimilation of R & D requires an effective technological infrastructure of institutions and services to develop and test prototypes, to set up pilot plants for intensive evaluation and extensive demonstrations besides, training and credit support. GNA still insists the new technology also requires network for transfer of technology to the manufactures.
Credit and Financial Incentives
The purchasing power of the farmers is low. The government provides subsidy and credit at reduced rate to the farmers who are economically and socially at disadvantageous position to adopt modern technologies.
The long-term credit are usually availed for the purchase of mechanization inputs and short term for the purchase of seed, fertilizer etc. This is one of the indicators of progressive attitude of farmers. The agricultural Machines and Tractors are purchased through credit, available from organized financial institutions. NABARD - GNA has an agency is the main refinancing institution. The Government also provides incentives to farmers for modernization of agriculture. GNA is linked to crop specific programmes operated by state governments. Some of the states could not avail the advantages in the absence of adequate infrastructure for promotion of agricultural engineering programmes. The state government may have to strengthen their extension machinery for providing incentives to the farmers. Draft Agricultural Policy resolution emphasized special consideration for input support to poor farmers with fragmented land holdings and those in eastern, hilly regions, rainfed and drought prone areas.
The financial requirement for the purchase of agricultural machinery has increased considerably. GNA has to recommend the commercial and Cooperative Banks provide credit for the purchase of machineries based upon the following critirias may putforth the factors.
★ Land System
★ Land Revenue
★ Inhuman Revenue Policy
★ Agriculture and Scientific - Methods
★ Water- Irrigation System- Interlinking Rivers
★ Organization of Agricultural Research.
★ Crops Committee
★ Agricultural Marketing Committee
★ Relief Measures - both Agriculture and Cultivators
★ Banking and Agriculture
REGARDING TRADE AND COMMERCE
GNA - aims Long Term Professional Skill & Association Highly Qualified & Experienced Resource for each Fields, we handle to help us. The following are the some of the GNA - the important services with Trading Companies entering India and Companies venturing to foreign counteries. That's to say - Coastal Trade, Sea-going Trade and Sea-borne Trade. Based on this concept
Human Resource Concelting, Cross Border Trade Consultancy, Company Formation of Law and Order and according to Income Take Department, Government of India.
The other Factors of Trade
★ Laissez Faire Policy
★ Trade- as Centre of Economic Activity. External Trade - Coastal Trade, Sea - going Trade, and Sea- Borne Trade
★ India's Trade- as Exporter of Raw Materials.
★ Emergence of New Economic Powers.
The basic root for the Economic Developments related to administration and politics-Leadership Quality-MP, MLA and also including with all such ward Councillors / Members. GNA should join hands with the welfare Messages of Humen developments by Elected Public Authorities. The issues of the massive problem of credit deposit ratio and funds for small and rural enterprises as a part enterprises as a part of viable investments in clusters, requires a new, holistic approach. By using models like "Gramdoot" "Village Wardroot" all achieve the effect of low cost-high impact-sustainable quality system development.
GNA has designed - AGENDA AND PROPOSALS for the basic root Developments from an Individual to a Nation - "UNITED NATIONAL VILLAGES OF INDIA"
For administrative purpose and all the welfare measures by the Gov't to reach the public, GLOBAL NEEDS ACADEMY has designed for the well development and goodness to both Individual to Nation. The following structures are pictures / or for example regarding Agenda and Proposal.
A. All National Villages are Deemed Urbanized. There will be no rural /urban /city /metro /cosmopolitan, like that of classification.
B. Geographical India from border to the center India be divided equally uniform in size/ area and named National Villages.
GEOGRAPHICAL DIVISION OF INDIA NATIONAL URBANIZED VILLAGES
Geographical India from border to the center India be divided equally uniform in size / are and named National Villages which are deemed urbanized by all means. There will be no rural / urban / city / metro / cosmopolitan, like that of classification â€“ all are National Villages & urbanized.
Geographical division of India Delimitation of Electoral Wards
To start with Geographical India from the center India to border be divided equally uniform in size/ area as in the India map. For e.g., all electoral wards - rural / urban / city etc., be delineated / delimited uniform in size. For e.g., 1 km area- geographically all ever the Nation disregarding the density of population. The density population will be dispersed, as uninhabited area becomes inhabited in due course of time.
★ 20 such ward will be grouped to form a village.
★ 20 Villages will form a Block.
★ 20 Blocks to one District.
★ 40 Districts form a State.
★ And the states from the Nation
Numbers are for example sake only
|PEOPLE'S REPRESENTATION||EXECUTIVE HEADS|
|NATIONAL PRESIDENT||→||NATIONAL COUNCIL||→||NATIONAL ADMINSTRATOR|
|ZONAL PRESIDENT||→||ZONAL COUNCIL||→||ZONAL ADMINSTRATOR|
|STATE PRESIDENT||→||STATE COUNCIL||→||STATE ADMINSTRATOR|
|REGIONAL PRESIDENT||→||REGIONAL COUNCIL||→||REGIONAL ADMINSTRATOR|
|DISTRICT PRESIDENT||→||DISTRICT COUNCIL||→||DISTRICT ADMINSTRATOR|
|DIVISIONAL PRESIDENT||→||DIVISIONAL COUNCIL||→||DIVISIONAL ADMINSTRATOR|
|TALUK PRESIDENT||→||TALUK COUNCIL||→||TALUK ADMINSTRATOR|
|BLOCK PRESIDENT||→||BLOCK COUNCIL||→||BLOCK ADMINSTRATOR|
|VILLAGE PRESIDENT||→||VILLAGE COUNCIL||→||VILLAGE ADMINSTRATOR|
UNITED NATIONAL VILLAGES OF INDIA
Aim for Political & Administrative Reforms
A1. ONE INDIA ONE LAW
A2. ONE INDIA ONE CURRICULUM OF GLOBAL STANDARD
A3. NATIONAL DATA REGISTRY
A4. BIRTH REGISTRATION NUMBER FOR ALL PURPOSE
A5. CITIZEN MAINTENANCE & MONITORING SYSTEM
A6. HOUSEHOLD/FAMILY REDEFINED
A7. BI-LINGUAL MEDIUM OF EDUCATION
B1. EQUALIZE - DIVIDED NATIONAL URBANIZED VILLAGES
B2. BI-PARTY SYSTEM OF POLITICS
B3. VILLAGE COUNCIL WARD MEMBER ELECTION ONLY
B4. PARALLEL EXECUTTIVE BODY FOR EACH COUNCIL
C1. HQ @ CENTER POINT OF JURISDICTION OF EACH COUNCIL
C2. VILLAGE COUNCILS
C3. BLOCK COUNCILS
C4. TALUK COUNCILS
C5. DIVISIONAL COUNCILS
C6. DISTRICT COUNCILS
C7. REGIONAL COUNCILS
C8. STATE COUNCILS
C9. ZONAL COUNCILS
C10. NATIONAL COUNCIL
BI-PARTY SYSTEM OF POLITICS & GOVERNMENT
★ NATIONAL PARTY OF LADIES INDIA (NPLI)
★ NATIONALPARTY OF GENTS INDIA (NPGI)
The Facts and Numbers are for example sake only.
★ Struggle Supremacy
★ Parliamentary Control
★ Movement of Revolution of Colonies/ Labours
★ Foreign Policy- Trade Policy
★ Currency and Exchange Policy
★ Banking and Public Finance
★ Agency Houses
The Ministry of Rural Developments (Both central and states) plays a key note in poverty, allevation, inclusive growth and overall development in the rural areas of our country. In view of this variaous govt flagship program / Schemes have been in implemented. Where each and every program aims to provide support and cater to address prolbem faced in specific areas and in the specific feild. Though these schemes- minintry aims to improve the quality of the correct the developmental imbalances and extend to assistance to most disadvantaged section rural india. The Global Needs Academy makes Key Issues being targeted include (but not limited to) areas of rural employment, livilihood generation, rural connectivity, social assistance etc, are found under Smart India Schemes Based on these concept GNA seek solution for problem structures are given below.
"Sustainable Development Requires Human Ingenuity, Labourers (People) are the most important Resource"
Unorganized labuor are those who have not been able to organize themselves in pursuit of common objectives on accout of constraints like casual nature of employment, ignorance and illiteracy, small and scattered size of establishments and position of power enjoyed by the employer.
As per the 1991 Census, 90.60% of the total 286 million main workers in India were in the unorganized sector. Only 9.40% of the total labour force in the country was accounted for by the organized sector. Sector-wise, as many as 99.2% of those employed in the primary sector, 75%of those employed in manufacturing sector, 78% in building and construction, 98% in trade and commerce and 61.5% of those employed in transport, storage and communication were in the unorganized sector. Among those employed by the organizede sector, women accounted for 28.1%
"In India, there are 74.6 millions of agricultural labourers and in Tamilnadu their population is 78.96 lakhs. It is because of the toiling of agricultural labourers, our 846 million hungry stomachs are getting filled up three times daily. It they do not put their hands in the soil, others cannot put their hands in food but, they still remain poorest among the poor in India.
The Kolappan Committee Report on Agricultural labourers in Tamilnadu, submitted in 1998 (based on the constitution committee to analyse the nature and extent of Socio-economic problems confronted by the agricultural labourers in Tamilnadu and to suggest the ways and means of improving their levels of living, at least just above the poverty line") has once brought the debate on the miserable conditions of agricultural labourers in Tamilnadu to front-stage.
Agricultural workers constitute y far the largest segment of workers in the unorganized sector. In tamilnadu, 66% of population is still dependent on agriculture and 59.4% of the total workforce is in agriculture sector.
Due to their low social status in the rural hierarchy and economic problems such as inadequacy of employment opportunities, poor security of tenure, low income and inadequacy of diversification of economic activity, the situation of the agricultural labuor is indeed quite bad. And being dispersed and unorganized, agricultural labourers have minimal bargaining power to demand and rational wage structure.
Agricultural operations are seasonal and agricultural workers are faced with unemployment during the lean months, which can be as long as 6 months. During off seasons, they migrate to urban centers in search of jobs, upsetting family situations and general welfare.
Minimum wages for agricultural labourers needs to be set as follows for the year 1998-99 and revised every 5 years:
Man Labour (6 hrs) Rs 54/- per day
Woman Labour (5 hrs) Rs 45/-per day
GNA makes a survey and find out policy and the results are picturised. The Minimum wages Act 1948 needs to be enforced uniformly in all the districts of tamilnadu, by scrapping the Fair Wages Act 1969 (Prevalent only in Nagai and Thiruvarur distrcts)
A "Tamilnadu Agricultural labourers Welfare Act" and an "Agricultural Labour Development Board" should be enacted to implement the various welfare measures - NGO's including minimum wages, through a single window, for agricultural labourers.
Based on more detailed studies by three committees. 43 new employments were added. According to that the total removal of anti-humanitarianism - removal of tricycle rider as carrying Human beings and such other heavy loads.
Even the awareness about minimum wages is very minimal.
So for analyzing the facts, GNA has found that there was no awareness among the rural people about the minimum wages fixed in the State. The publicity in the districts regarding the minimum wages was not sufficient"
Hence there is a serious need to take up proper publicity and propaganda measures, not only in making workers and employers aware of but also in enforcing the provisions of the Minimum Wages Acts and Rules.
I also conclude the maintenance of cordial labour-management relations, strict enforcement of labour laws to ensure better working and living conditions of the labour, social security, human rights and employmentâ€ť India also a founding member of ILO and a permanent member on the Governing body, amongst the 10 countries of chief industrial importance. It is important that India and Tamilnadu cease to stay at the level of high principles of labour policy and start to develop really, in practice, a system of rules and regulations to really ensure that the vast majority of workers in the State and the country begin to enjoy better working and living conditions, social security, human rights and employment.
"GNA is to bring the Agricultural labourers above poverty line, one of the important means is creating more employment opportunities. Therefore, our long-term strategy must be to create infrastructures for generating more employment opportunities in rural areas with the available potential.
★ Caste System
★ Backward classes
★ Changes of status of Women
★ Changing position of Labour
★ Urban and Social Mobility
★ Equality, National Integration and Secularism
★ Social and Cultural Affairs
★ Social Status of Labour
★ Humanitarian Interests
★ Recognize "Thirunangaigal"
★ Revive the Ancient Hindu Culture, Heritage& Tradition.
At present, it is the fact that the Renovation/ Rebuild/ Reconstruct/ Modify/ Extension of Ancient and Heritage Monumental Buildings like Temples, Forts, churches, Mosque, Store Houses and Museum- GNA involves for the development of such monuments- to gain/ protect the ancient Epigraphic, Architecture- GNA involved and recommended to Archaeological departments of India, Central and State Governments and HRD Departments- to computerize the Ancient Scripts& Epigraphic- exists in the walls of Ancient Temples Forts and Pillars- to strengthen/ Deep knowledge in the history of Ancient Culture and Civilization.