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The Importance of University Education – Amit P. Sheth

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If we as a community in the Kantha Vibhag area would like to make progress then we need to send more of our children to universities in order form them to gain higher education. This will enable them to become leaders in the Navsari disrict and elsewhere, failing to do this will make life difficult.

University education is more than the next level in the learning process; it is a critical component of human development worldwide. It provides not only the high-level skills necessary for every labor market but also the training essential for teachers, doctors, nurses, civil servants, engineers, humanists, entrepreneurs, scientists, social scientists, and a myriad of other personnel. It is these trained individuals who develop the capacity and analytical skills that drive local economies, support civil society, teach children, lead effective governments, and make important decisions which affect entire societies.

An educated populace is vital in today’s world, with the convergent impacts of globalization, the increasing importance of knowledge as a main driver of growth, and the information and communication revolution. Knowledge accumulation and application have become major factors in economic development and are increasingly at the core of a country’s competitive advantage in the global economy. The combination of increased computing power, diminishing prices of hardware and software, improvement of wireless and satellite technologies, and reduced telecommunication costs has all but removed the space and time barriers to information access and exchange.

A recent study showed that communities who pursued university education integrated themselves more closely into the global economy experienced higher economic growth, had reduced incidence of poverty, a rise in the average wage, an increased share of trade in gross domestic product, and improved health outcomes.

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world,” said Nelson Mandela. It is also the most powerful weapon for Gujarat (and India) to win its rightful place in the next phase of Global economy, recognized by many as the “knowledge economy.”

Let me start with a celebration of Gujarat’s remarkable progress and success. Gujarat has done well in terms of its share of GDP and in terms of economic growth, particularly in comparison to other states. I was impressed with the vision outlined in the IT Policy and Biotechnology Policy posted at http://dst.gujarat.gov.in/, and certain targeted areas such as nanotechnology The leadership of the CM, the policymakers and administrators, ought to be commended. The fast track process CM has instituted to start new ventures is laudable.

This success lets us set our sight even higher. As observed by the CEO of Infosys and persuasively articulated by Thomas Friedman, the world is indeed flat in the sense that financial capital and a good bit of work can easily more around the globe. So our competition is not just the next state or an average state; it is all the progressive regions of the world. However, human expertise is not so mobile, and hence the capital and work move where human capital is available. The availability of qualified information technology (IT) personnel was the primary reason behind the growth of IT industry in and around Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai, and Pune. In the emerging global economy centered on knowledge, IT was only the first and small beachhead.

There is lot more to come, and we have the potential to rise above the average, bringing broader and more even development to Gujarat. Success for the long haul will require that we complement our success in business and certain industry sectors by building capacity for long-term and broad-based growth and by moving up the value chain so as to increase per capita economic output. The key to increased value is the ability to create new intellectual property and provide an educated workforce. A component of the strategy is to clearly identify business and social drivers and understand the role of the specialized knowledge worker, both to enable Gurarati/Indian enterprises to climb the value chain and to bootstrap value creation processes that can sustain an internal economy over the long run.

This strategy would also include identifying gaps in social and infrastructure investments at the governmental and policy-making level that could inhibit or negate the value generated by the knowledge economy. The primary example is the lack a qualified knowledge workforce that is hurting Gujarat and Indian competitiveness. In this context, I also offer a proposal for a Research University of Knowledge Sciences & Technologies (see Appendix).

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યુનિવર્સીટી એજ્યુકેશનનું મહત્વ

યુનિવર્સિટી શિક્ષણ એ શીખવાની પ્રક્રિયામાં આગલા સ્તર કરતાં વધુ છે; તે વિશ્વભરમાં માનવ વિકાસનો એક મહત્વપૂર્ણ ઘટક છે. તે દરેક શ્રમ બજાર માટે જરૂરી ઉચ્ચ સ્તરીય કૌશલ્યો જ નહીં પરંતુ શિક્ષકો, ડૉક્ટરો, નર્સો, સિવિલ સેવકો, એન્જિનિયરો, માનવતાવાદીઓ, સાહસિકો, વૈજ્ઞાનિકો, સામાજિક વૈજ્ઞાનિકો અને અસંખ્ય અન્ય કર્મચારીઓ માટે જરૂરી તાલીમ પણ પ્રદાન કરે છે. તે આ પ્રશિક્ષિત વ્યક્તિઓ છે જે ક્ષમતા અને વિશ્લેષણાત્મક કૌશલ્યો વિકસાવે છે જે સ્થાનિક અર્થતંત્રને ચલાવે છે, નાગરિક સમાજને ટેકો આપે છે, બાળકોને શીખવે છે, અસરકારક સરકારોનું નેતૃત્વ કરે છે અને મહત્વપૂર્ણ નિર્ણયો લે છે જે સમગ્ર સમાજને અસર કરે છે.
વૈશ્વિકરણની સંકલિત અસરો, વિકાસના મુખ્ય પ્રેરક તરીકે જ્ઞાનના વધતા મહત્વ અને માહિતી અને સંચાર ક્રાંતિ સાથે શિક્ષિત વસ્તી આજના વિશ્વમાં મહત્વપૂર્ણ છે. જ્ઞાન સંચય અને એપ્લિકેશન આર્થિક વિકાસમાં મુખ્ય પરિબળ બની ગયા છે અને વૈશ્વિક અર્થતંત્રમાં દેશના સ્પર્ધાત્મક લાભના મૂળમાં વધુને વધુ છે. કોમ્પ્યુટીંગ પાવરમાં વધારો, હાર્ડવેર અને સોફ્ટવેરની ઘટતી કિંમતો, વાયરલેસ અને સેટેલાઇટ ટેક્નોલોજીમાં સુધારો, અને ટેલિકોમ્યુનિકેશન ખર્ચમાં ઘટાડો એ તમામ બાબતોએ માહિતીની પહોંચ અને વિનિમયમાં જગ્યા અને સમયના અવરોધોને દૂર કર્યા છે.
તાજેતરના અભ્યાસમાં દર્શાવવામાં આવ્યું છે કે જે સમુદાયો યુનિવર્સિટી શિક્ષણને અનુસરે છે તેઓ વૈશ્વિક અર્થવ્યવસ્થામાં પોતાને વધુ નજીકથી સાંકળી લે છે, તેઓએ ઉચ્ચ આર્થિક વૃદ્ધિનો અનુભવ કર્યો છે, ગરીબીની ઘટનાઓમાં ઘટાડો કર્યો છે, સરેરાશ વેતનમાં વધારો થયો છે, કુલ સ્થાનિક ઉત્પાદનમાં વેપારનો હિસ્સો વધ્યો છે અને આરોગ્યના પરિણામોમાં સુધારો થયો છે. .

“શિક્ષણ એ સૌથી શક્તિશાળી શસ્ત્ર છે જેનો ઉપયોગ તમે વિશ્વને બદલવા માટે કરી શકો છો,” નેલ્સન મંડેલાએ કહ્યું. તે ગુજરાત (અને ભારત) માટે વૈશ્વિક અર્થતંત્રના આગલા તબક્કામાં તેનું યોગ્ય સ્થાન મેળવવા માટેનું સૌથી શક્તિશાળી શસ્ત્ર પણ છે, જેને ઘણા લોકો “જ્ઞાન અર્થતંત્ર” તરીકે ઓળખે છે.

ચાલો હું ગુજરાતની નોંધપાત્ર પ્રગતિ અને સફળતાની ઉજવણી સાથે શરૂઆત કરું. ગુજરાતે જીડીપીમાં તેના હિસ્સાની દ્રષ્ટિએ અને આર્થિક વૃદ્ધિની દ્રષ્ટિએ, ખાસ કરીને અન્ય રાજ્યોની સરખામણીમાં સારું પ્રદર્શન કર્યું છે. હું http://dst.gujarat.gov.in/ પર પોસ્ટ કરાયેલ IT નીતિ અને બાયોટેક્નોલોજી નીતિમાં દર્શાવેલ વિઝનથી પ્રભાવિત થયો હતો અને નેનોટેકનોલોજી જેવા અમુક લક્ષિત ક્ષેત્રો મુખ્યમંત્રી, નીતિ નિર્માતાઓ અને વહીવટકર્તાઓનું નેતૃત્વ હોવું જોઈએ. પ્રશંસા કરી. નવા સાહસો શરૂ કરવા માટે મુખ્યમંત્રીએ જે ફાસ્ટ ટ્રેક પ્રક્રિયા શરૂ કરી છે તે પ્રશંસનીય છે.

આ સફળતા આપણને આપણી દૃષ્ટિને વધુ ઉંચી રાખવા દે છે. ઈન્ફોસીસના સીઈઓ દ્વારા અવલોકન કરવામાં આવ્યું છે અને થોમસ ફ્રાઈડમેન દ્વારા સમજાવવામાં આવ્યું છે, વિશ્વ ખરેખર આ અર્થમાં સપાટ છે કે નાણાકીય મૂડી અને સારું કામ સમગ્ર વિશ્વમાં સરળતાથી વધુ કરી શકે છે. તેથી અમારી સ્પર્ધા માત્ર આગામી રાજ્ય અથવા સરેરાશ રાજ્ય નથી; તે વિશ્વના તમામ પ્રગતિશીલ પ્રદેશો છે. જો કે, માનવ નિપુણતા એટલી મોબાઇલ નથી, અને તેથી મૂડી અને કાર્ય જ્યાં માનવ મૂડી ઉપલબ્ધ હોય ત્યાં ખસેડે છે. બેંગ્લોર, હૈદરાબાદ, ચેન્નાઈ અને પૂણેમાં IT ઉદ્યોગના વિકાસ પાછળનું મુખ્ય કારણ લાયક માહિતી ટેકનોલોજી (IT) કર્મચારીઓની ઉપલબ્ધતા હતી. જ્ઞાન પર કેન્દ્રિત ઉભરતી વૈશ્વિક અર્થવ્યવસ્થામાં, IT માત્ર પ્રથમ અને નાનું બીચહેડ હતું.

હજુ ઘણું બધું આવવાનું છે, અને આપણી પાસે સરેરાશથી ઉપર જવાની ક્ષમતા છે, જે ગુજરાતમાં વ્યાપક અને વધુ સમાન વિકાસ લાવી શકે છે. લાંબા અંતરની સફળતા માટે જરૂરી છે કે આપણે લાંબા ગાળાની અને વ્યાપક-આધારિત વૃદ્ધિ માટે ક્ષમતા નિર્માણ કરીને અને માથાદીઠ આર્થિક ઉત્પાદનમાં વધારો કરવા માટે મૂલ્ય શૃંખલાને આગળ વધારીને વ્યવસાય અને ચોક્કસ ઉદ્યોગ ક્ષેત્રોમાં અમારી સફળતાને પૂરક બનાવીએ. મૂલ્યમાં વધારો કરવાની ચાવી એ નવી બૌદ્ધિક સંપત્તિ બનાવવાની અને શિક્ષિત કાર્યબળ પ્રદાન કરવાની ક્ષમતા છે. વ્યૂહરચનાનો એક ઘટક વ્યવસાય અને સામાજિક ડ્રાઇવરોને સ્પષ્ટ રીતે ઓળખવાનો અને વિશિષ્ટ જ્ઞાન કાર્યકરની ભૂમિકાને સમજવાનો છે, બંને ગુરારતી/ભારતીય સાહસોને મૂલ્ય શૃંખલા પર ચઢવા માટે અને મૂલ્ય નિર્માણ પ્રક્રિયાઓને બુટસ્ટ્રેપ કરવા માટે સક્ષમ કરવા જે લાંબા સમય સુધી આંતરિક અર્થતંત્રને ટકાવી શકે. દોડવું

આ વ્યૂહરચનામાં સરકારી અને નીતિ-નિર્માણ સ્તરે સામાજિક અને ઈન્ફ્રાસ્ટ્રક્ચર રોકાણોમાં અંતરને ઓળખવાનો પણ સમાવેશ થાય છે જે જ્ઞાન અર્થતંત્ર દ્વારા પેદા થતા મૂલ્યને અટકાવી શકે છે અથવા નકારી શકે છે. પ્રાથમિક ઉદાહરણ એ છે કે લાયકાત ધરાવતા નોલેજ વર્કફોર્સનો અભાવ જે ગુજરાત અને ભારતીય સ્પર્ધાત્મકતાને નુકસાન પહોંચાડે છે. આ સંદર્ભમાં, હું નોલેજ સાયન્સ એન્ડ ટેક્નોલોજીસની સંશોધન યુનિવર્સિટી માટે પ્રસ્તાવ પણ આપું છું (જુઓ પરિશિષ્ટ).

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Janhavi Dadarkar | We SHOULD Have Confidence in Modi’s Government | Oxford Union. UK



 

Urgent Action needed for protecting villages from rising sea levels because of Global Warming (Sea Barrier Conservation Project)

 


 

A. Introduction

An extensive portion of the land alongside the sea at Dandi and further south along the coastline in the Kantha Vibhag area has a problem of sea erosion and sea water overflowing into agricultural lands and over time this area has become unusable because of the saltiness of the land (know as Khanjar). This will continue to be a bigger problem because of rising oceans. Seasonal Monsoon flooding is another problem that has to be addressed, flooding in the villages during the rainy season disrupts life and it takes months to recover, proper draining and preparedness for the annual rains will alleviate the issue.

There is now an increasing need to protect the coastline and inner areas of our gams from sea water and erosion, especially because of rising waters due to global warming. Sea Water that has been flowing into the Khanjar areas over the years has been turning good arable farm land into unusable land caused by salty sea water and sea erosion. This can readily be reversed by erecting natural sea barriers where sea water overflows into the land in the form of sand and rock barriers and mangrove vegetation. Fish farmers who currently use sea water can continue doing so by piping sea water to the required pond areas.

Any solutions implemented should take into consideration monsoon rains together with the problems of drainage and runoff of much needed fresh water into the sea, it may be desirable to store this water perhaps in a lake. A feasibility study of all possible solutions should be presented before any project is started, this will all be done with the help and collaboration of the regional government departments.

As part of the Tree Planting Project, thousands of trees should be planted on the Dandi coastline as protection against natural calamities like cyclone, hurricane, Tsunami, etc.

B. Key Issues

– Severe sea erosion problems in some areas on the beachfront and further inland
– Sea levels rising every year due to climate change
– the solution of P.P. Gabions is not suitable
– Protection by using tetrapod mays be part of the solution, though high cost may be an issue
– If protection work is carried out by larger size stones, Gabions, Tetrapods, Beach will loose its
natural beauty
– a study needs to be conducted before a solution is implemented
– requires a permanent long term solution
– time is of the essence, if the government is unable to help with a timely solution then a community funded solution will be the only alternative.

C. Potential Solutions and Opportunities

The one solution is to put up barriers that will prevent sea water from overflowing into land areas, these barriers should be as high as the height of the highest watermark during high tide multiplied by two, this will ensure a permanent long term solution. Routine maintenance has to be planned on a periodic basis, perhaps quarterly to ensure that the barriers are not compromised due to soil erosion and wave action.

Land Reclamation – preventing sea water from overflowing into the area and reversing the saltiness of the Khanjar area will suddenly make hundreds of acres of land available for farming and other non-agricultural uses.

D. Challenges

1. Currently, sea water is used by the fishing industry in ponds, continuation of this supply is necessary by providing piping from the coastal area to the inland ponds on a limited basis.
2. Funding for the project
3. If nothing is done then there is a threat the entre Kantha Vibhag area may be overrun with sea water and it will result in loss of farmland and habitat.

E. Project Implementation

– All work that has to be done should be conducted with the help and permission of the relevant government authorities.
– A detailed project plan and timeline should be established
– Proper project management and controls to be in place

 
pdf 1. Download Kantha Vibhag Sea Barrier Project – English
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Purpose of the Website:

    1. First and foremost, is to recognize our roots and rich culture and heritage and social and community practices which is prevalent in all our communities around the world.
    2. Valuing and drawing up existing knowledge, skills and talents of the members of the Mandhata Community Globally.
    3.  Networking with each other, helping and guiding members and affiliated associations to optimise their abilities in order to fulfil set objectives.
    4. Addressing specific issues on their own merits and proven experiences.
    5. Develop and enhance the quality of life in our village areas in India by promoting education and development in all spheres of life.
    6. Record and Archive our roots and heritage and make it available globally.
    7. Promote Hindu Religious, Spiritual, Cultural and Social Practices
    8. Recognize and acknowledge achievements by our people around the world.
    9. Network and share Best Practices to ensure a peaceful and sustainable future for our communities around the world by living in harmony with people and nature and to protect the environment.
    10. Make positive contributions to society in general and to all the people and countries that we live in, around the world

[n.b. If you would like to contribute material for the site (photos or documents) or to become an Editor, please send a message to the email account mandhataglobal@gmail.com.]

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Mandhata Community – Who are We ???

Mandhata Community refers to all the Koli Patel Community people who originated from the Kantha Vibhag area in Navsari District of South Gujarat in India and also those who migrated to various overseas countries.

The first Koli Patel immigrants from Navsari District are recorded to have sailed for South Africa in 1860. Over the years since then many more joined them. Others traveled to Fiji and then to New Zealand as early as 1902. During the War years and later large numbers traveled to East Africa.

Initially they came to work on the plantations and to build roads and railways. As years passed the vast majority of them settled in the countries where they worked. The first immigrants were all young men who went back to their local villages to get married and return to be followed by their wives a little later.

It is these immigrants who identified themselves as Mandhata Community. It is estimated that they number over a hundred thousand. UK has over 40,000 settled mainly in large cities and are now involved in almost all professions and in every industry, as in other countries too.

A vast number of us settled overseas are now sixth and seventh generation. Even the later arrivals boast third and forth generation. Yet we have continued close relationship with our extended families in India. Most of us visit regularly and many have built homes on their ancestral land.

This site highlights the history and life of the Mandhata Patel Community.

Site Specifics

This site has been built using a web content management framework, this will enable many people around the world to contribute content without any programming skills, all that is required is basic computer skills, this will ensure that content is contibuted by our communities around the world and also will ensure independance, so that no one person is tasked with the responsibility of maintaining the site. If you’d like to become a contributor, simply send an eMail message to our group email address, mandhataglobal.com. (exclude the period).

The site has been kept as simple as possible. Anyone with a basic knowledge of computing and internet will be able to interact. We are aware that a large number of you have a fund of knowledge to contribute to this site so that it can become a comprehensive repository of our history and heritage illustrated in words and pictures. In years to come this site would develop into a resource that our coming generations would refer to learn about their roots. We invite you to volunteer yourself as an administrator.

This site will be bilingual. We shall use English and Gujarati to reach as many of our people as possible.

On this site you will be able to read shorter articles in full, and where need be a .pdf version to copy. Large articles and other printed material will be in .pdf format for copying and printing.

Migration History

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When in the quiet of the night the question arises in your mind as to who your forefathers were? Where did they come from? How did they live? And you desperately want to explore your roots, this website may help you..

Perhaps the obvious starting point of this inquiry could be our own first hand knowledge of the stories told by our fathers and grandfathers of their experiences in their villages and how they made it to the foreign lands all over the world.

From their own lips we have heard how a few young men from the villages found construction jobs building railways in Surat and other nearby cities. Back in village for holidays their offers of help led more youths to join them. At work they came in contact with other peoples and particularly the English who valued their construction knowledge. This broadened their horizon. When opportunities came their way to work for railways in East Africa, plantations in South Africa and New Zealand many volunteered and packed their bags.

From their own lips we have heard how a few young men from the villages found construction jobs building railways in Surat and other nearby cities. Back in village for holidays their offers of help led more youths to join them. At work they came in contact with other peoples and particularly the English who valued their construction knowledge. This broadened their horizon. When opportunities came their way to work for railways in East Africa, plantations in South Africa and New Zealand many volunteered and packed their bags.

My paternal and maternal grandfathers both came to Mombasa, in East Africa to work on the Railways in 1919/21. They were perhaps among the first there and in their own words life was terrible. They lived in tents and were always in fear of the wild animals. For the first year or two they survived on boiled lentils with some pepper and salt. Later they grew chillies and ginger. Apart from bhajan singing in the dim light of a lantern, other entertainment was zero. Life in South Africa or New Zealand was no different. This was soon after the First World War period. Political power struggle was intense among the European powers and British were digging in wherever they went.

Period prior to the Second World War was the 2nd wave of immigration for our people. Passports were easily available and hundreds of youths leaving their families behind boarded sea-going clippers and left in search of a better life. A number of them perished and for the many who made it, life was very, very hard in every respect. Homesickness gripped many.

Read further about our History in the articles below.

1A. Read/Download the story of India’s Historic People by Ashok U Patel – 2nd Edition (April 2021) – English

1B. Read/Download the story of India’s Historic People by Ashok U Patel – 2nd Edition (April 2021) – Gujarati

1C. Read/Download the story of India’s Historic People by Keshavbhai J Patel – 1st Edition (201)

2. Read/Download the Early Katha Migration in Gujarati by Maganbhai B Karadia

3. Read/Download ‘Our Finest Patriotic Years by Maganbhai B Karadia

4. Read/Download ‘Koli Samaj, a Historical Perspective’ by Dr. Arjun Patel

5. Read/Download ‘ History of Koli/Mandhata Patel People’

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Sultanpur – Migrating Flamingos

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Coastal Area new Dandi

Coastal Area near Dandi

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Jalaram Bapa Mandir

Bridge near Aatgam

Bridge near Aatgam

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New Avdafalia Shiv Mandir (2017)

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Karadi School

School Children during Assembly - Karadi School

School Children during Assembly – Karadi School

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School Children – Republic Day Celebrations

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Youth Leadership and Educational Seminar

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Shree Amratbhai Jerambhai Patel (in blue Shirt) And Shreemati Taraben Amratbhai Patel of Machhad are residents in USA. Both are generous donors of our Samaj. They visit Gam almost every year and sponsor a number of project in Machhad, other Kantha Vibhag gams. They are particularly interested in educational projects which we organise year after year. Their generous sponsorship help students with scholarships and various educational seminars for the students. This Leadership Seminar was hosted by them and was held on 12th April 2014.

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Babubhai Patel UK (MBE) Residence in Avdafalia

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List of Villages in Jalalpore, Navsari, Gujarat

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