India faces challenges in executing the Millennium Development Goals as outlined by the United Nations on lowering its maternal and child mortality, if not full eradication and West Bengal deserves special mention as it exhibits satisfactory level of safe institutional deliveries, but indeed reveals inter-district variations in the proportion of beneficiaries under maternal health improvement schemes. The findings indicate well established gaps between the target beneficiaries and those actua...
eTraverse, The Indian Journal of Spatial Science shall henceforth be known as the "Indian Journal of Spatial Science". It is a publication of the "Indian Society of Spatial Scientists" with Head Quarter currently housed at the "Department of Geography, Presidency University, 86/1 College Street, Kolkata, 700 073" and with permanent address at "SUMANGAL", 47 Bosepara Road, P.O. – Chandannagar, Dist. – Hooghly, West Bengal, India PIN – 712 136. It is concerned with all fields of geography, geology, social sciences, geoinformatics and other spatial sciences. It publishes "Indian Journal of Spatial Science" twice a year with Summer and Winter Issues each containing 6 or more Articles. It is primarily intended for the publication of research papers by the young and innovative scholars of geography and allied disciplines all over the world.
Prof. Ashis Sarkar (Dept of Geography, Presidency University, Kolkata)