Total number of 90 students and seven staff members along with four Faculty and 17 students of MSC HTM participated in the event This programme was conducted as per the scheduled community outreach programme of MSc HTM as part of the curriculum, under the mentorship of faculty P Valsaraj, coordinated by Nandini, Rajnigandha and Piyush.A talk in Kannada was delivered by MSC HTM students Nandini and Manmohan Pai.Faculty and students of M.Sc HTM with students and staff of Saralebettu Higher Primary School .They highlighted the origin and history of Kannada language, poetry, fiction and dramatic works of different Kannada renowned poets and artists.Essay writing competition .
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Pilikula includes a zoo, botanical garden, lake, water park (Manasa), planetarium (Swami Vivekananda Planetarium) and golf course (Pilikula Golf Course) covering 14 ha ,,,.Traditional games such as Kambala (buffalo race), specific to the Toulou community, contested in rice fields in water, and Korikatta (cock fight) are very popular.Mangalore is known as Kudla in Toulou, Kodial in Konkani, Maikāla in Beary language, Mangaluru in Kannada and Mangalapuram in Malayalam.In schools, pre-college education is mainly provided in English and Kannada, then the language of instruction in higher education establishments is English.The Mangalooru Samachara, the very first newspaper in Kannada, was published by Reverend Hermann Friedrich Mögling of th...
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 Pampa who popularised Champu style which is unique to Kannada wrote the epic “Vikramarjuna Vijaya”.The book makes reference to Kannada works by early writers such as King Durvinita of the 6th century and Ravikirti, the author of the Aihole record of 636 CE.See also: Medieval Kannada literature and Kannada poetry Kashmiri literature[edit source | editbeta].Kannada literature[edit source | editbeta] Kannada writer and Jnanpith Awardwinner for the year 1994, U. R. Ananthamurthy Main article: Kannada literature The oldest existing record of Kannada poetry in tripadi metre is the Kappe Arabhatta record of 700 CE.It is a writing on literary criticism and poetics meant to standardize various written Kannada dialects used in literature in pr...
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There is indeed Kannada quoted ‘flourish India in blood and the colour but European in chauvinists who preach an exclusive Kannadiga identity14, task and manner’, the educational enterprise of the Government giving a “divisive and dangerous”15 or “particularist at all levels of education remained within the confines of protectionist” content to their politics.I argue both rural and urban areas that English has the transformative that once upon a time the English language was important part of power language.“soft” liberalism reasoning seems to have been the basis for the Karnatak High Court decision in the summer of 2008 against the In the central schools the medium of instruction is where the state government mandating Kannada as the me...
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A. K. Ramanujan died in Chicago, on July 13, 1993 as result of adverse reaction to anesthesia during preparation for surgery.However, he did teach at several other U.S. universities at times, including Harvard, University of Wisconsin, University of Michigan, University of California at Berkeley, and Carleton College.At the University of Chicago, Ramanujan was instrumental in shaping the South Asian Studies program.In 1983, he was appointed the William E. Colvin Professor in the Departments of South Asian Languages and Civilizations , of Linguistics , and in the Committee on Social Thought at the University of Chicago, and, the same year, he received a MacArthur Fellowship.Attipate Krishnaswami Ramanujan (March 16, 1929 – July 13, 1993) ...
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Translation according to Dr. Johnson involves the process of change into another language, retaining the sense which is the basic objective.A few important translations from regional languages to English are Gora By Rabindranath Tagore originally written in Bengali and then translated in English by many translators, “Samskara” by U. R. Anathamurthy originally written in Kannada and then translated into English by A. K. Ramanujan, “Tamas” by Bhism Sahani originally written in Hindi but then the author himself translated the work into English.Indeed, only through good translations can there be communication and understanding of continuum of other common heritage.Translation: Bridging Gaps The dictionary meaning of the word “translation” is...
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Participated in other national seminars and presided many seminars and workshops in kannada.Kannada Vishaya Vishwa Kosh – Karnataka –(Revised)-Chief Editor- Kuvempu Institute of Kannada Studies- Mysore University-year 2005 1.Director Mysore University, Jayalakshmi Vilas palace Museum from 27.10.2007Dirctor, Prasaranga, Manasagangotri, Mysore 1995 to 2000 University of MysoreMembership of Government Committee`s and InstitutionMember of Wholesales Book Purchase Committee, Government of Karnataka, Kannada and Culture Department 1991 to 1993Member of the Publication Committee of Popular Book Series of the Government of Karnataka, Kannada Culture Department 1991 to 1993.Member of Kannada Pustaka Pradhikara of the Government of Karnataka-from ...
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 The constitution of India states that “The official language of the Union shall be Hindi in Devanagari script.” Neither the Constitution of India nor Indian law specifies a national language, a position supported by a High Court ruling. The Kannada and Tamil languages have lesser Sanskrit and Prakrit influence.Many ‘mother tongues’ so defined would be considered a language rather than a dialect by linguistic standards.The Indian census uses two specific classifications in its own unique way: (1) ‘language’ and (2) ‘mother tongue’.This is especially so for many ‘mother tongues’ with tens of millions of speakers that are officially grouped under the ‘language’ Hindi.
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Prevalence of specific language impairment in kindergarten children.Balasubramanium & bhat (2009) reported the same in kannada speaking typically developing children.& Ullman M. T. (2001) Past tense morphology in specifically language impaired and normally developing children.Language and Cognitive Processes, 16: 177-217. .Journal of Child Language, 32, 391-405. .
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English, the language of the British colonizer, is spoken as a first or second language by 12% of the population.It is the official language of the central government, with English being the second official language.Kannara or Kannada, official language of Karnataka.Dravidian languages are classified into four groups: northern, central (Kolami, Parji), south-central (Telugu, Kui) and southern (Tamil, Kannada) languages.The Constitution foresaw that English would cease to be the second official language fifteen years after Independence, but, in the face of protest from non-Hindiphonic states, Parliament passed a law in 1963 which maintained the status of English as second official language.
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14 million) it was certified by the Audit Bureau of Circulations (India) as the world’s largest selling English-language daily, ranking it as the 3rd largest selling newspaper in any language in the world.VPL used to publish two Kannada newspapers, Vijay Karnataka and Usha Kiran, and an English daily, Vijay Times.om: HealthMeUp covers modern day health concerns like diet and fitness, workouts, weight loss advice, healthy living tips, and even low-fat, quick and easy recipes.Speaking Tree: Speaking Tree.He broke with the rest of the English language press (which focused on Indian savagery and treachery) and instead blamed the violence on the lack of discipline and poor leadership in the army.
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 Dialects of Telugu are Berad, Dasari, Dommara, Golari, Kamathi, Komtao, Konda-Reddi, Salewari, Telangana, Warangal, Mahaboobnagar (Palamuru), Gadwal (Rayalaseema mix), Narayanapeta (Kannada and Marathi influence), Vijayawada, Vadaga, Srikakulam, Visakhapatnam, Toorpu (East) Godavari, Paschima (West) Godavari, Kandula, Rayalaseema, Nellooru, Prakasam, Gunturu, Tirupati, Vadari and Yanadi (Yenadi).^ Nationalencyklopedin “Världens 100 största språk 2007” The World’s 100 Largest Languages in 2007 ^ Laurie Bauer, 2007, The Linguistics Student’s Handbook, Edinburgh ^ “Declaration of Telugu and Kannada as classical languages”.Atypically for a Dravidian language, voiced consonants were distinctive even in the oldest recorded form of the lan...
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ECONOMIC These types of industries are normally evergreen industries , but at recent times there is a fall in capital due to lots of compititors over the market.VPL used to publish two Kannada newspapers, Vijay Karnataka and Usha Kiran, and an English daily, Vijay Times.14 million) it was certified by the Audit Bureau of Circulations (India) as the world’s largest selling English-language daily, ranking it as the 3rd largest selling newspaper in any language in the world.K. Laxman (“You Said It” editorial cartoon, featuring the famous Common Man) •Shobha De, columnist •M J Akbar, Columnist, “The Siege Within” and former Editorial Team •Gurcharan Das, Columnist Chetan Bhagat, Columnist, Sunday TOI STRUCTURE OF INDUSTRY PEST ANALYSIS POLIT...
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The local language of the city is Kannada, but today English, Hindi and Tamil are more widely spoken than the native language.The social division within the city has become more prominent since the last two decades.To fit the job well, youngsters have changed their dressing style, language accent, food habits and living style.The IT boom prospered everyone, but the gap between the rich and poor probably widened.Educated professionals migrated for higher income jobs and workers came in for labor jobs.
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In the UK, the films Devdas (2002) and Rang De Basanti (2005) were nominated for the British Academy Film Awards for the best foreign language film.The industry, based in Bhubaneswar and Cuttack, is known as Ollywood, in the Oriya language.The Kannada film industry, also known as Sandalwood, is headquartered in Bangalore and sources mainly from the state of Karnataka.With seven submissions, it starred in the most films submitted in India in the list of Indian feature films nominated for the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film.(1988) and Lagaan (2001) were nominated for the Oscar for best foreign language film.
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These languages are printed in alphabetical order: Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Kashmiri, Konkani, Malayalam, Marathi, Nepalese, Oriya, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu.It comes from an assembly of the devanagari character र (“Ra”) and the Roman capital R without the vertical bar.This symbol has been incorporated into Unicode (₹).On the reverse side of each banknote, there is a table showing 15 of India's 22 official languages.On July 15, 2010, the Indian government chose a currency symbol (), which would henceforth be used for the Indian rupee.
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studied about Agriculture in Dakshina Kannada.The farmer name Gurram Adi Reddy, hold a view that the real issues behind there non elegibility for any benefit under waver scheme is lack of adequate water power, the timely availability of inputs and fair, remunerative and consistent prices for the produce.This paper studies the major trends of agriculture sector in Dakshina Kannada District and also examines the crop diversification in Dakshina Kannada District.For eg innovative experiment is happa experiment which is viewed as Integrated Natural Resource Management( INRM) emphasizing both water and soil management.These activities lead to rain water clogging instead of it rushing into the sea.
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Language planning and language development, to be effective, must have the twin focus on micro and micro level needs, aspirations and resources.All these call for a re-examination of notions like national language, George Puttenham’s comment (1589) “After a speech is fully fashioned to the common understanding, and accepted by consent of a whole country and nation, it is called a language” is a poor definition both of nation and of language.Attitudes of dialect speakers of one language towards each other may result either in consolidation and standardization of the language, or separation and split of a language.In the cases of Konkani : Marathi : Tulu : Kannada, the former has adopted the latter as culture languages, thus allocating the...
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Vohr, Coll & Oh (1988) studied the language skills of 50 low birth weight and 18 full-term normal infants at 8 months and 2 years of age and reported that the language was delayed in 28% of low birth weight children at two years.Jayashree (1999) (as cited by Nisthar, 2005) studied 4-5 year old Kannada speaking children and identified fronting, cluster reduction and stopping to be present.They reported that children born with very low birth weight are at risk for poor phonological development at 2 years of corrected age when compared with term matched children... Bishop and Adams (1990) conducted a study on the relationship between specific language impairment, phonological disorders and reading retardation and analyzed the percentag...
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Rich literary traditions have emerged in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, and Malayalam, which are modern languages that developed from Old Tamil and its dialects.At the same time, Indian literature was influenced by the Persian language and its literature, which various Muslim conquerors brought to the Indian subcontinent.After the British became active in India in the 1700s, English language and writing had a significant impact on Indian literature.No longer spoken widely, it is maintained as a literary language in modern India, meaning that people still use it for written works.It also served as a common language with which scholars from different regions could communicate.
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It is played while sitting on the ground in a vertical orientation.A sarinda is a stringed Indian folk musical instrument similar to lutes or fiddles.The bottom part of the front of its hollow wooden soundbox is covered with animal skin.The sārangī is a bowed, short-necked string instrument of India which originated from Rajasthani folk instruments.It is played with a bow and has between ten and thirty strings.
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Viewing translation as a transaction between two languages, the dominant linguistic paradigm has treated it merely as a matter of transfer from the Source Language to the Target Language.The translator has to render the Source Text in a recreated form in the Target Language.Of Tagore’s prose, his short stories are perhaps most highly regarded indeed he is credited with originating the Bengali language version of the genre.The translator has to deal with the problem of finding equivalent words and expressions in the Target Language, which though cannot be substitutes for the expressions in the Source Language, but can come close to it, can raise similar feelings and attitudes in the readers and audiences of the Target Text.The basic struc...
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Thus, one can follow nativisation and globalization, Globalizing Indian literature is easily possible only through global language, and without doubt, the Indians must accept that English is the world’s first truly global language.vi) Languge of the people: Nativism emphasizes the language of the people in the production of culture and priviledges the language and culture of the common folk as opposed to that of the elites, hence Buddha preferred Pali, Mahaveera Ardhamagadhi, Basaveshwara Kannada, Dnyaneshwara and Chakradhara Marathi and so on.However, Nativism is not susceptible to national organization, but it sometimes ijis allied or confused with those political forces seeking not merely to loosen the bounds of the federal central go...
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Marginalization could not have been so intense in such a short time nor would it get exposed in such an explicit manner – the rioters in April 2005 targeted only those buildings that had the latest architectural feature – glass facades: a feature they identified with globalization and alienation.Finally coming to that section of society, which has probably been affected and disadvantaged the most – the youth belonging to economically weaker, lower middle class families (SEC C and below) have been witnessing the love child of globalization – the BPO sector explode and flourish before their eyes.According to certain confirmed and reliable sources, most of the recruiters and HR managers in Bangalore-based IT companies are north Indians who ...
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Arvind Rajagopal, Politics after Television: Hindu Nationalism and the Reshaping of the Public in India.Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2002. .New York: NYU Press, 2005. .And whereas Lagaan begins with the imposing voice-over of Amitabh Bachchan’s immaculate Hindi, that language won’t be heard in the “Hindi” film Swades for almost ten minutes, and then as hybrid “Hinglish” spoken by Mohan and his colleague Vinod.But Swades soon draws Mohan back to his native India and to Charanpur, another imaginary village, in search of his beloved Kaveriamma (veteran actress Kishori Ballal, most notable in Kannada theatre, film, and television), the humble woman who raised him but who he has shamefully neglected following the death of his parent...
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Later important religious literatures developed that were associated with certain regional philosophies and sects: texts in Tamil from the 13th to the 15th century devoted to the medieval Hindu Shaiva-siddhanta sect; the works of the Lingayats (a Hindu sect devoted to the worship of Shiva) in Kannada, especially the vacanas, or “sayings”, of Basava, the mid-12th-century founder of the sect, and his disciples; and the Tantric texts, especially those from north-east India, which developed later into genres such as the mangala-kavya (poetry of an auspicious happening) of Bengal.In the process of Westernization, Bengali has led the way and today has one of the most extensive literatures of any Indian language.Much traditional Indian literatu...
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And nobody takes responsibility when anything goes wrong.A host of citizens and organisations including Whypoll (maps unsafe places), Breakthrough (Bell Bajao), Indian Institute for Human Settlements, and Jagori, came together at GirlCott and are now working on a long-term plan for safety.This is where we live and work, we all need to work to make it safe.” .Women returning from work carry pepper spray; the streets are dimly lit and deserted by evening.According to eminent Kannada writer Vaidehi, violence against women is as old as the Mahabharata.
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The SC meanwhile, in response to Tamil Nadu’s petition asked the CRA for details of the water release and water levels in the reservoirs.Within a few hours from this, Karnataka stopped release of Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu  On Oct 9, 2012, Tamil Nadu chief minister directed authorities to immediately file a contempt petition against the Karnataka government for flouting the verdict of the Supreme Court by unilaterally stopping the release of Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu.Karnataka on the other hand stated that the water levels were hardly enough to meet its own demands and ruled out releasing any water in the circumstances that prevailed.On Nov 15, 2012, The Cauvery Monitoring Committee, directed the Karnataka government to release 4....
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Taken literally, it means “I bow to you”.In Indian and Nepali culture, the word is spoken at the beginning of written or verbal communication.There are two major subcultural variations within India, which evolved mainly by contact with Muslim powers: North Indian States were influenced by the medieval Indo-Persian culture, exemplified by its musical, culinary and architectural designs such as theHindustani classical music and the Taj Mahal, while the culture of South India developed largely independent of foreign influences — three of the four languages classified asclassical languages of India belong to the Dravidian language family, namely Kannada,Tamil and Telugu.Namaste, namaskar or Namaskara(Kannada) or Namaskaram (Telugu, Malayalam...
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In particular, parental occupation, mother’s educational background, children’s level of receptive vocabulary and expressive language were found to influence children’s success on false-belief tasks.The researchers proposed that use of mental state talk differs in the two cultures and is high in Western cultures due to more emphasis on individualism, rather than in Eastern cultures which emphasise collectivistic and conforming behaviour and use language as a mechanism for guiding actions thereby highlighting the role of culture.The importance of early mental state language talk during conversations with the child was emphasised by the researchers for the development of the ability... Research concerning mental state language use is larg...
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