A total communication revolution has begun in the whole nation through INSAT networking system connecting for the first time even remote areas and offshore islands of 150,000 route kms with the main stream.
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After the success of Green Revolution, Department of Agriculture and Cooperation (DOAC) has taken up a project called 'Operation Flood and White Revolution' with its pledge to provide milk to one and all.
Brief notes on Computer Revolution or Generation of Computers. Though computers do not have a very long history behind them, but they have very rapid evolutionary changing phases within a very short span.
Essay on Super Computers Revolution in India. India's super computer era began when our prime minister dedicated to the nation, country's first super computer, Rs. 15 cores US made, CRAY-X-MP 14 on 25th March, 1989.
Short Essay on Green Revolution for kids. Green Revolution refers to a significant increase in the volume of agricultural production and productivity through adoption of better quality seeds, chemical fertilizers, pesticides and insecticides..
The green revolution has two types of effects on Indian economy, namely, (a) economic effects and (b) sociological effects. The new technology was successfully implemented in the wheat-producing belt of the country whereas the rice..
961 free essay on Mobile Revolution in India. Mobiles are no more a luxury or a life style product. Mobile phones, which were one of the beautiful possessions of anybody not until a decade ago..
1203 words essay on Green, White and Blue Revolution. After 1965, the introduction of high-yielding varieties of seeds and the increased use of fertilizers and irrigation made India self-sufficient in food grains.
Essay for scholarship on The Cellular (Mobile) Revolution in India. Like the computer revolution, the cell phone or the mobile is creating a major revolution across the country.
India is now the largest producer of milk in the world which is largely due to White Revolution. Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Maharashtra, Orissa, Karnataka and Rajasthan have over two-third of the cattle population of India. Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Assam and Gujarat also have considerable number of cattle.