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In-house Journal of the School of Communication, Dr. G. R. Damodaran College of Science, Coimbatore - 14. Printed at Kalaikathir Achchagam, Coimbatore - 37.

The story of SANSAD BHAVAN

explores Mohana Sudhan.M, Asst. Professor, School of Communication

While the Parliament of India celebrates its 60 anniversary of Indian governance, let us have a look into the history of the sansad bhavan, the building that houses the administration of Indian governance since 1927. Yes, actually the notion of having a council house for Indian administration was laid strong in the minds of the British when the transfer of capital happened in 1911 from Calcutta to Delhi. But it was planned as a part of the Rashtrapathi Bhavan, which was then the head quarters of British Indian administration and the Office of the Governor General of India. Later, after the recommendations of Montague-Chemsford reforms of 1919, the British Government decided it to be designed as Indian Parliament. Various designs were adopted and planned and then finally an elliptical design based on the colloseum model by Herbert Baker was accepted. The foundation stone was laid by the Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught and the son of Queen Victoria in 1921, and the building started functioning after getting unveiled by Lord Irwin on 18th of January 1927.

The entire building is spread over six acres and the exclusive use of Dholpur sandstones gives it a magnificent look. The building has a colonnaded verandah with 144 pillars surrounding the central hall which is circular in shape with a dome of 98ft and is considered to be the most magnificent domes of the world. This is where the public sittings happen now, was then used as a library. But the central hall has been the venue of two important events in Indian history, the transfer of Colonial power to India form British and the drafting of the Constitution by the constituent assembly, both happened in this hall. Now, Sansad Bhavan is being used as the Parliament functioning house with three chambers, Lok Sabha, Rajya sabha and the Central hall. All the public sittings of both the houses happen in the Central hall and the separate sittings of the houses happen in their respective chambers and Sansad Bhavan still exists as the house of control of entire India.

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the big deal “We will turn India in to Singapore!” is always a common election deal from the politicians, quite commonly heard during the campaigns or on formation of the new government. My aim is not to bring an attention towards the government or politicians who promised, but an effort to make people understand what should or could be possible to make this deal happen.In my point of view, the road map to “Singapore” (may be the sea or sky route) or development plans to turn India to Singapore is not with the politicians and the government alone. The government have to work out on what they should develop, and as an individual citizen, we should be able to help the government to execute the plan laid down by the government. Now what does that mean? It only means that we as a citizen should also strive our best to become better citizens to build a better country. Now this “better country” alone would have raised the eyebrows of the “Patriots”. “What do you mean by a better county? India is the Best”. The idea of cleaning our rooms will disappear the very moment when we think our rooms are clean. Similarly the Idea of “The Best” is also sometimes an enemy to our development.Let us not be contented with The Unity in Diversity, the Indian cricket team, Pokran testing, Kargil War, IT leadership and so on... the point here is they are all undoubtedly our achievements or milestones in our development but not the final destination. So what is our final destination? Destinations keep moving. It keeps changing. As we develop and achieve something we should search for something which someone else has done better than us for the development of humanity. Remember! Development is an ongoing process for individuals, plants, animals, nations, etc. Charles Darwin calls it “Evolution” in a broader perspective.If an individual is in the process of development or in other words wanted to develop more, he does not have to look back and be proud and contented, and forgets about the future. "How will we develop, when politicians

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says C. Rijoe George, Senior Instructor, School of Communication are eating our money?" I believe this is a genuine question for those who don’t know. But there are so many of us (Including me) who don’t want to roll our sleeves and get into action without hesitation of getting our hands dirty.I mean hard work and knowledge will empower you to develop yourself. Know the rules and provisions provided by the government, to ensure transparency. If you are lazy on searching and spending your money in knowing these policies go through government websites. There are only few things that google search cannot get you (Father, Mother, Sister, Brother and of course peace of mind). Most of the government policies can be searched and found. Most importantly know about Consumer Court and which can nail down a company selling its product or service that is qualitatively or quantitatively breaking rules. Know about Right to Information Act, which can create tantrums for corrupt officials. What else is there in Singapore that is not in India? Discipline, a common word that is still frequently heard and used in schools and colleges, right from the kindergartens to the end of the college, and not anywhere else. I am sure some of you who are already reading this have started yawning and uttering “Not again” at the bottom of your heart. But it is discipline that is commonly seen and practiced there in Singapore and not here in India. It is the only thing that will enable us to develop our country. Here are few examples for that. Once when I landed in Singapore by about 10 o clock the roads are unbelievably clean as if some prime minister is on his way to visit that place. The roads are clean till the evening and only by about 5 o clock, there are some signs of paper on the road (That is negligible, even our houses will have more papers and polythene covers at any time of day.)I decided to wake up early in the morning and watch till the evening, to see what is this “miracle cleaning” all about. My findings are that, they clean their roads only once in a day, that is in the morning. And they don’t have so many people to clean their

visit us at themorningtrickle.blogspot.com roads. They have a truck which cleans the road and a man walking by the side of the truck with a rubbish box to collect the wandering papers and rubbish, and that too there is no much work for them. The fact is that the people don’t drop anything by the side of the road and they don’t carry unwanted food items everywhere. If they want to drop something they search for dustbins. Dustbins also has an ashtray on top. It is a common sight to see smokers standing next to dustbins and tap their ashes religiously in to the dustbin. Singaporeans don’t smoke as they walk. Another noticeable phenomenon is that the cars don’t honk as much as in India. If a pedestrian is crossing the road on a zebra crossing, no matter the signal is green towards the road, they stop and wait for the pedestrians to cross the road. They don’t generally horn at pedestrians and it is considered impolite.No one jumps the queue; instead, everyone comes on time. I had to leave by 7 o clock flight for which I had booked the taxi by 4.00 PM. The taxi never came till 3.59 and that made me scared of missing the flight. They will turn up on time, not before or after. Now the questions to be answered are, How many of us will drop the rubbish straight into the dustbin, even if government provides one? How many of us reach on time to board a bus or train or flight? How many of us don’t jump the queue in the most urgent of situations? How many could stop honking or swearing at the pedestrians who are new to signalling system and cross wrongly? How many smokers use ashtray or even aware of the existence of such a thing in the first place? So let us be in a position to answer the above questions as “I Will” and AND BE A RESPONSIBLE CITIZEN. Discipline is just doing the same thing the right way whether anyone’s watching or not. - Michael Fox


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building a positive attitude Our attitude determines how we look at a setback. To a positive thinker, it can be a steppingstone to success. To a negative thinker, it can be a stumbling block.Have you ever wondered why some individuals are more successful than others? They are successful because they think and act more effectively. We are not just arms and legs, eyes and ears, a heart and a brain, but a complete human being. The whole person goes to work and the whole persons come home. We take family problems to work and work problems to the family. What happens when we take family problems to work? Our stress level goes up and our productivity comes down. Similarly, work problems too have an impact not only on our family but on every aspect of our lives. Personal, professional and social problems impact each other.

discusses Dr. K. Lokeswari, Asst. Professor, School of Communication

Let me ask a question: Are we born with attitudes or do we develop them as we mature? What are the factors that form our attitudes? If you have a negative outlook on life because of your environment, can you change your attitude? Most of our attitudes were shaped during our formative years. While we were born with tendancies toward temperaments, there are three factors that largely determine our attitude formation. These are the triple E's of attitude. Environment: Home, school, work, media, culture, religion, traditions and beliefs, social & political environment. Experiences: Our behavior changes according to our experiences with various people. If we have a positive experience with a person, our attitude towards him is likely to be positive.

Education: Education refers to both formal and informal education. We are drowned with information but starved without knowledge and wisdom. Education is ought to teach us not only how to make a living but also how to live. How do you recognize people with a positive attitude? People with positive attitudes have certain personality traits that are easy to recognize. They are caring, confident, patient, and humble. They have high expectations of themselves and others. They anticipate positive outcomes. A person with a positive attitude is like a fruit of all seasons….. You can't always change your situation,but you can always change your attitude." - Larry Hargraves

INDIVIDUAL SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY - Let’s Practice it suggests R.Jayanthi, Associate Professor, GRD Institute of Management

Individual Social Responsibility (ISR) is about an individual becoming responsible in his/her actions that have affect on communities outside his/her immediate circle. The immediate circle being family and friends.The individual social responsibility includes the engagement of each person towards the community where he lives, which can be expressed as an interest towards what’s happening in the community, as well as in the active participation in the solving of some of the local problems.

above two coupled with an individual being ethical (integrity, honesty) in his/her outward dealings .Making decisions based on what is good for greatest number of people. Promoting Individual self-interest as long as it does not harm others. Making decisions with a belief that everyone has a fundamental right that should be respected and protected. Making decisions which treat everyone fairly and consistently. In 1947, a year before he was assassinated, Mahatma Gandhi gave his grandson Arun a piece of paper. On it, Gandhiji wrote what he called the seven blunders of the world. These seven sins, he said, were forms of passive violence we are prone to participate in if we are not careful in our lives .These are: Wealth without Work Pleasure without Conscience Commerce without Morality Politics without Principles Knowledge without Character Science without Humanity Worship without Sacrifice

The individual social responsibility also could be expressed in making donations for significant for the social, cultural or ecological causes. Philanthropic behavior of an individual, the campaigner, volunteer and activist instinct in the individual that picks-up and supports issues affecting the society. The

It is necessary that all of us have to wake up to see what we have made of our society and ourselves .We must stop shutting our eyes to the stingingly painful things happening around us .We must stop consenting to the easier ways. We must become sensitive to wrongdoings at home,wokplace and in our society.Only then can

History has shown that only those who have been able to think beyond themselves and their personal gains have been able to play significant roles in nation building. Indeed nation building is almost synonymous to sacrifice and selflessness. When our priorities are limited to self and family advantages, we will remain in smaller circles.To be in a bigger circle, we would see clearly how ultimately long term self interests can only be served through focusing on community and social interest.

we reclaim the rich heritage our history stands testimony to .The following is a checklist of few things we can do to practice ISR.

Paying tax Abiding government rules Preventing pollution Going for green and clean environment Prohibiting hazardous things Prevailing hygienic life Serve nature and animals Unity among people

In the reality, it makes more economic sense to look after the forests of our country, than to quickly accumulate wealth through replacing them with eucalyptus plantations. A single wrapper thrown on the floor ,the indiscriminate use of polythene bas,paying bribes, jumping queues ,aggressive driving that breaks rules, blocking up one side of the road to celebrate your house warming are the only a few of the everyday incidents in the communities of our land which are symptomatic of the malaise of ‘self over nation’ thinking. Finally when an individual’s spiritual side is in order, his or her social and ethical conduct is invariably in order .Such individuals can be the beacons of hope for our beloved motherland, India.

PRANAYAMA –‘A PERFECT LIFE’

acclaims DeepthiV.V, Asst.Professor,School of Communication

The science of Pranayam, or breath control, has been practiced in India for thousands of years. As western culture becomes increasingly fascinated with everything that is Indian, it's not surprising that many Americans are now practicing pranayam, too. We are beginning to understand that the breath is intimately linked with our mental state. In ancient India the enlightened yogis who wrote the Vedas, or sacred scriptures, were called Rishis, or "forest seers." After living full lives, they had retired to the forest to meditate and realize God. Many lived only on the fruits they found growing around them. Although these yogis were fruitarians, living very pure lives in close contact with nature, they still found it necessary to practice yoga to reach their goal of absolute knowledge. Yoga is any method that helps us to dispel illusion, so that we may realize that we are one with God .A yogi is one who strives to voluntarily surrender the individual ego-self in order to become reunited with the Greater Self, or God.

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Without the discipline of yoga, there is always the danger that the large amounts of vital force the raw eater absorbs from their raw food may merely strengthen the ego structure and it's delusion of separation. Regulation of the breath will purify the nervous system and the subtle energies that are the constituents of our light body, so that they will not distract us in our practice of meditation. Pranayam allows us to take full advantage of

and maximize this function of the air element. Traditionally, slow rhythmic breathing in which the duration of the in-breath is equal to the duration of the out-breath is the very first step in the practice of pranayam. Continuing to breathe rhythmically through the nose, inhale slowly through both nostrils in a slow, uniform manner until the breath fills the space from the throat to the heart, expanding the chest. During inhalation partially close the glottis, so that an audible sound is made. The glottis is the structure that closes when you swallow to avoid food going down the windpipe into the lungs. The sound produced should be continuous, and of a mild and uniform pitch. Retain the breath as long as you can do it comfortably, and then slowly exhale. It is not necessary or desirable for the breath to be audible when you exhale, so relax the glottis on the outbreath. The exhalation should be very quiet and subtle. Thus pranayama makes a man free from all egoistic illusions and provides a perfect and peaceful mental and physical health.


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