Friday, 13 February 2015

THe ringing History




By
Jasim

RELAPSE


 Is there gonna be a day
when i am gonna rise up 
& face my demons
Its been too long for my own
Nothing essential of my sanity

We are pronged 2 become 
absorbed in themselves
unable to see and hear
OR anything outside own skin
since it entitles at best before down

There's no pleasure in feeling alive 
being fatal barrier to usefulness
devoid of hope .........
thoughts are all that pester
thoughts are all that erupt

By,
      Actley
      First year MSc.Physics




By
Abhijith Surendran

&
Abhijith M.A
III DC Mathematics

MONSOON ALBUM











Liya jacob 

3rd DC Physics

Drawing 

Tom thomas 

3rd DC Chemistry


By
Name
Bcom

Monday, 2 February 2015

The sun and Earth

                       
 The sun was in love with earth.Apparently the sun sometimes thinks of the possibility of coming closer to the earth.But he can't do that.Earth was so lovable,cute and always smiling and sun is very hot tempered , hard and serious.So they are not matching.Earth didn't like the sun to came closer.She thinks that the sun has no feelings.She chose the soft , humble , good moon as her lover.Whenever the sun was looking, he saw that  they are close together and they are  always engaged in  chatting.That hurted the sun very much.Still the sun is burning away with sadness , looking at the earth from a distance . . . . .

By Nandu N
Bsc Physics

Conserve Wetlands for Sustainable Tourism Development

Wetlands are the link between land and water, and are some of the most productive ecosystems in the world.Wetlands are defined as lands transitional between terrestrial and aquatic eco-systems where the water table is usually at or near the surface or the land is covered by shallow water.
Theme of WWD-2015
2nd February is celebrated as World Wetlands Day as the day marks the date of the adoption of the Convention on Wetlands on 2nd February 1971 in the city of Ramsar in Iran. The day commemorates the need to maintain the ecological character of wetlands and to plan 'sensible' for its sustainable use. The day was celebrated for the first time in 1997. This year's theme is: “Wetlands for Our Future”.The World Wetlands Day theme for 2012 was - Wetlands and Tourism.The main programmesheld in connection with the event includes a photo competition and exhibition, conservation seminar, interaction meeting among stakeholders etc.
Wetlands & Tourism

Tourism is a principal source of income especially for many of the developing countries and the sector provides good opportunities for many poor people. Wetlands like coasts, rivers and lakes play a vital part in the development of tourism. Wetland tourism has benefits both locally and nationally for people and wildlife – benefits such as stronger economies, sustainable livelihoods, healthy people and thriving ecosystems. At least 35% of Ramsar Sites around the world record some forms of tourism activity and this percentage is consistent throughout all regions. Kolleru Lake, which is 901 square kilometres according to the records of the Ramsar Convention, is the largest fresh water lake in the country. The Chilika Lake which is 1,100 square km is a brackish water lake and the Vembanad Lake which is 1,512 square km is partially brackish.


Currently India is having 26 wetlands listed under ramsar sites.Tourists can enjoy swimming, diving, photography, bird watching, indulge in mangrove trails, wildlife viewing or just enjoying the scenery while visiting wetlands. Tourism can impact wetlands in a number of ways leading to habitat loss, pollution, noise or over-consumption of water. But through proper planning tourism can be used as an innovative mechanism for conserving the wetlands.






By
ABIN K.I
02-02-2015
Tourism Academician & Writer
School of Tourism Studies
Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam
E:mail – abinki64@yahoo.com

Wednesday, 28 January 2015

Father of our Nation


By
Reshma Suresh
III DC Mathematics




BY 
Reshma Suresh
III DC Mathematics

National Tourism Day

January 25th is National Tourism Day


The first National Tourism Day also known as India Tourism day was celebrated on January 25th1998 as part of the special efforts made by the Ministry of Tourism (MoT) to publicize & popularize the tourism potential of the country during the Golden Jubilee celebrations of India as a Republic. Since then every year January 25th has been celebrated as National Tourism day. The purpose of celebrating the day is aimed at increasing awareness about tourism especially its benefits of all forms among host community & tourism stakeholders by organizing a range of diverse activities & programmes at different cities in the country. It also stresses the need for preserving the unique culture, heritage & geography of the country for keeping the industry more stable.

The tagline of Indian Tourism “Incredible India”launched in 2002 clearly mentions the authenticity and array of attractions that the country can offer to all categories of tourist. Year 2015 is the 18thedition of National Tourism Day in the country. The need & importance of developing the domestic tourism sector in the country is also discussed as part of the day through conducting seminars and other tourism related events.As part of the day a variety of different activities are organized and different locations are spotlighted for the enjoyment of tourists which offers a great opportunity for them to learn about India’s rich culture, varied heritage, incredible geography and diverse history.


 Serene Backwaters of Kerala




Neral-Matheran Toy Train                                 

Sun Temple, Konark  
                               
  The author @Sabarmati Ashram, Ahmedabad

Prepared By
ABIN K.I
Lecturer in Tourism, School of Tourism Studies
Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala
Mobile – 9037389084, 9496741776, E-mail – abinki64@yahoo.com