What is SAARC ?T outh A s ian A s s ociation for Regional he SC ooperation (S A A RC ) is a ga t  n or nizaion of Sout sia...
Beginning of SAARCThe concept of SAARC was first adopted by Bangladeshduring 1977, under the administration of PresidentZi...
Full Form OF SAARCSouth Asian Association          Of Regional Co-Operation
AIMThe 11 stated areas of cooperation are agriculture; education,culture, and sports; health, population, and child welfar...
HeadquartersSAARC stands for the South Asian Association for RegionalCooperation. It was established when its Charter was ...
South Asian Association forRegional Cooperation (SAARC)
SAARC-Formation• The South Asian Association for Regional  Cooperation (SAARC) is an organization of  South Asian nations,...
SAARC-History• The concept of SAARC was first adopted by Bangladesh  during 1977, under the administration of President Zi...
SAARC-History• Afghanistan was added to the regional grouping on 13  November 2005• With the addition of Afghanistan, the ...
South Asian Association forRegional Cooperation (SAARC)
SAARC-Formation• The South Asian Association for Regional  Cooperation (SAARC) is an organization of  South Asian nations,...
SAARC- Members  Afghanistan  Bangladesh  Bhutan  India
SAARC- Members the Maldives Nepal  Pakistan  Sri Lanka
SAARC-History• The concept of SAARC was first adopted by  Bangladesh during 1977, under the administration of  President Z...
SAARC-History• Afghanistan was added to the regional grouping on 13  November 2005• With the addition of Afghanistan, the ...
SAARC-Objectives• The objectives of the Association as defined in the  Charter are:[2]• to promote the welfare of the peop...
SAARC-Objectives• to promote active collaboration and mutual  assistance in the economic, social, cultural,  technical and...
SAARC-Secretariat• The SAARC Secretariat was established in  Kathmandu on 16 January 1987 and was inaugurated  by Late Kin...
SAARC-Secretariat
SAARC-Secretaries General    Abdul Ahsan    Kant Kishore Bhargava     Ibrahim Hussain Zaki     Yadav Kant Silwal     Naeem...
SAARC-Secretaries General    Nihal Rodrigo     Q.A.M.A Rahim     Lyonpo Chenkyab Dorji     Fathimath Dhiyana Saeed
SAARCObservers           Members
SAARC-Observers  Australia  China  European Union  Japan
SAARC-ObserversIranMauritiusMyanmar South Korea United States
Afghanistan
Afghanistan-Monuments
Afghanistan-Monuments
Bangladesh
Shaheed Minar
Suhrawardy Udyan
Bhutan
Chorten kora
Trongsa Dzong
Takhtshang Monastery-Paro
India
Taj Mahal-Agra
Charminar-Hydrabad
India Gate-Delhi
Mysore Palace-Mysore
Maldives
Grand Friday Mosque-Male
Mulee Aage-Male
Nepal
Chhangunarayan Temple
Swayambhunath Stupa
Pakistan
Wazir Khan Mosque
Uch Sharif
Darbar Mahal
Bagh Ibne Qasim
Sri Lanka
Monuments of SRI LANKA
India
MONUMENTS OF    INDIA
Taj Mahal-Agra
Charminar-Hydrabad
India Gate-Delhi
Mysore Palace-Mysore
TAJ MAHAL Taj  Mahal of India - "the epitome of love", "a monument of immeasurablebeauty". The beauty of this magnificent...
 It was built by mughal emperorshah jahan in memory of his third      wife, mumtaz mahal
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  1. 1. What is SAARC ?T outh A s ian A s s ociation for Regional he SC ooperation (S A A RC ) is a ga t n or nizaion of Sout sia t h A n naions, founded in December 5 a  198 nd dedicaed t t o economic, t echnol l ogica, socia, a l nd culur l el t a dev opment  emphasizing colect e sel r ia l iv f-el nce. 
  2. 2. Beginning of SAARCThe concept of SAARC was first adopted by Bangladeshduring 1977, under the administration of PresidentZiaur Rahman. In the late 1970s, SAARC nations agreedupon the creation of a trade bloc consisting of SouthAsian countries. The idea of regional cooperation inSouth Asia was again mooted in May 1980.
  3. 3. Full Form OF SAARCSouth Asian Association Of Regional Co-Operation
  4. 4. AIMThe 11 stated areas of cooperation are agriculture; education,culture, and sports; health, population, and child welfare; theenvironment and meteorology; rural development (including theSAARC Youth Volunteers Program); tourism; transport; science andtechnology; communications.
  5. 5. HeadquartersSAARC stands for the South Asian Association for RegionalCooperation. It was established when its Charter was formallyadopted on 8th December 1985 by the Heads of State orGovernment of Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal,Pakistan and Sri Lanka. The headquarters of the SAARCSecretariat are in Kathmandu, Nepal.
  6. 6. South Asian Association forRegional Cooperation (SAARC)
  7. 7. SAARC-Formation• The South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) is an organization of South Asian nations, founded in December 1985• It is dedicated to economic, technological, social, and cultural development emphasizing collective self-reliance.• Its Seven founding members are Bangladesh Bhutan, India, the Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Srilanka.• Afganisthan joined the organisation in 2005.
  8. 8. SAARC-History• The concept of SAARC was first adopted by Bangladesh during 1977, under the administration of President Ziaur Rahman.• In the late 1970s, SAARC nations agreed upon the creation of a trade bloc consisting of South Asian countries.• The idea of regional cooperation in South Asia was again mooted in May 1980.• The foreign secretaries of the seven countries met for the first time in Colombo in April 1981.• The Committee of the Whole, which met in Colombo in August 1985, identified five broad areas for regional cooperation. New areas of cooperation were added in the following years.[1]• [edit]
  9. 9. SAARC-History• Afghanistan was added to the regional grouping on 13 November 2005• With the addition of Afghanistan, the total number of member states were raised to eight (8).• In April 2006, the United States of America and South Korea made formal requests to be granted observer status.• The European Union has also indicated interest in being given observer status, and made a formal request for the same to the SAARC Council of Ministers meeting in July 2006.• On 2 August 2006 the foreign ministers of the SAARC countries agreed in principle to grant observer status to the US, South Korea and the European Union• On 4 March 2008, Iran requested observer status, followed shortly by the entrance of Mauritius.
  10. 10. South Asian Association forRegional Cooperation (SAARC)
  11. 11. SAARC-Formation• The South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) is an organization of South Asian nations, founded in December 1985• It is dedicated to economic, technological, social, and cultural development emphasizing collective self-reliance.• Its Seven founding members are Bangladesh Bhutan, India, the Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Srilanka.• Afganisthan joined the organisation in 2005.
  12. 12. SAARC- Members Afghanistan Bangladesh Bhutan India
  13. 13. SAARC- Members the Maldives Nepal Pakistan Sri Lanka
  14. 14. SAARC-History• The concept of SAARC was first adopted by Bangladesh during 1977, under the administration of President Ziaur Rahman.• In the late 1970s, SAARC nations agreed upon the creation of a trade bloc consisting of South Asian countries.• The idea of regional cooperation in South Asia was again mooted in May 1980.• The foreign secretaries of the seven countries met for the first time in Colombo in April 1981.• The Committee of the Whole, which met in Colombo in August 1985, identified five broad areas for regional cooperation. New areas of cooperation were added in the following years.[1]• [edit]
  15. 15. SAARC-History• Afghanistan was added to the regional grouping on 13 November 2005• With the addition of Afghanistan, the total number of member states were raised to eight (8).• In April 2006, the United States of America and South Korea made formal requests to be granted observer status.• The European Union has also indicated interest in being given observer status, and made a formal request for the same to the SAARC Council of Ministers meeting in July 2006.• On 2 August 2006 the foreign ministers of the SAARC countries agreed in principle to grant observer status to the US, South Korea and the European Union• On 4 March 2008, Iran requested observer status, followed shortly by the entrance of Mauritius.
  16. 16. SAARC-Objectives• The objectives of the Association as defined in the Charter are:[2]• to promote the welfare of the people of South Asia and to improve their quality of life;• to accelerate economic growth, social progress and cultural development in the region and to provide all individuals the opportunity to live in dignity and to realize their full potential;• to promote and strengthen collective self-reliance among the countries of South Asia;• to contribute to mutual trust, understanding and appreciation of one anothers problems;• to cooperate with international and regional organisations with similar aims and purposes.
  17. 17. SAARC-Objectives• to promote active collaboration and mutual assistance in the economic, social, cultural, technical and scientific fields;• to strengthen cooperation with other developing countries;• to strengthen cooperation among themselves in international forums on matters of common interest; and
  18. 18. SAARC-Secretariat• The SAARC Secretariat was established in Kathmandu on 16 January 1987 and was inaugurated by Late King Birendra Bir Bikram Shah of Nepal.• It is headed by a Secretary General appointed by the Council of Ministers from Member Countries in alphabetical order for a three-year term.• He is assisted by the Professional and the General Services Staff, and also an appropriate number of functional units called Divisions assigned to Directors on deputation from Member States.• The Secretariat coordinates and monitors implementation of activities, prepares for and services meetings, and serves as a channel of communication between the Association and its Member States as well as other regional organizations.[7]
  19. 19. SAARC-Secretariat
  20. 20. SAARC-Secretaries General Abdul Ahsan Kant Kishore Bhargava Ibrahim Hussain Zaki Yadav Kant Silwal Naeem U. Hasan
  21. 21. SAARC-Secretaries General Nihal Rodrigo Q.A.M.A Rahim Lyonpo Chenkyab Dorji Fathimath Dhiyana Saeed
  22. 22. SAARCObservers Members
  23. 23. SAARC-Observers Australia China European Union Japan
  24. 24. SAARC-ObserversIranMauritiusMyanmar South Korea United States
  25. 25. Afghanistan
  26. 26. Afghanistan-Monuments
  27. 27. Afghanistan-Monuments
  28. 28. Bangladesh
  29. 29. Shaheed Minar
  30. 30. Suhrawardy Udyan
  31. 31. Bhutan
  32. 32. Chorten kora
  33. 33. Trongsa Dzong
  34. 34. Takhtshang Monastery-Paro
  35. 35. India
  36. 36. Taj Mahal-Agra
  37. 37. Charminar-Hydrabad
  38. 38. India Gate-Delhi
  39. 39. Mysore Palace-Mysore
  40. 40. Maldives
  41. 41. Grand Friday Mosque-Male
  42. 42. Mulee Aage-Male
  43. 43. Nepal
  44. 44. Chhangunarayan Temple
  45. 45. Swayambhunath Stupa
  46. 46. Pakistan
  47. 47. Wazir Khan Mosque
  48. 48. Uch Sharif
  49. 49. Darbar Mahal
  50. 50. Bagh Ibne Qasim
  51. 51. Sri Lanka
  52. 52. Monuments of SRI LANKA
  53. 53. India
  54. 54. MONUMENTS OF INDIA
  55. 55. Taj Mahal-Agra
  56. 56. Charminar-Hydrabad
  57. 57. India Gate-Delhi
  58. 58. Mysore Palace-Mysore
  59. 59. TAJ MAHAL Taj Mahal of India - "the epitome of love", "a monument of immeasurablebeauty". The beauty of this magnificentmonument is such that it is beyond the scope of words. The thoughts that come into the mindwhile watching the Taj Mahal of Agra isnot just its phenomenal beauty, but the immense love which was the reason behind its construction
  60. 60.  It was built by mughal emperorshah jahan in memory of his third wife, mumtaz mahal

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