Verticordiasect.Jugata is one of seven sections in the subgenus Chrysoma. It includes seven species of plants in the genus Verticordia. Plants in this section are mostly bushy shrubs to 1.0 m (3 ft) tall with bright yellow flowers which in some species turn red as they age. They have sepals with fringed lobes, petals which have lobes arranged like the fingers of a hand and bracteoles which are joined together and remain attached to the flower after it opens. When Alex George reviewed the genus in 1991, he described the section and gave it the name Jugata. The name Jugata is from the Latin word jugis meaning "yoked together" referring to the arrangement of the bracteoles in these species.
Sugata Marjit is the former Vice Chancellor of the University of Calcutta and Reserve Bank of India Professor of Industrial Economics at the Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta and the Project Director of Centre for Training & Research in Public Finance and Policy (CTRPFP) [A Ministry of Finance, Government of India funded initiative]. He is a Ph.D. at the University of Rochester and currently the Editor of South Asian Journal of Macroeconomics and Public Finance. He used to be the Director of Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta from March 2007 to March 2012. On 15 July, 2015 he took the charge as an interim Vice-Chancellor of the prestigious University of Calcutta, Kolkata, India.
Educational researcher Dr. Sugata Mitra's Hole in the Wall experiments have shown that, in the absence of supervision or formal teaching, children can teach themselves and each other, if theyre motivated by curiosity and peer interest. In 1999, Mitra and his colleagues dug a hole in a wall bordering an urban slum in New Delhi, installed an Internet-connected PC, and left it there (with a hidden camera filming the area). What they saw was kids from the slum playing around with the computer and in the process learning how to use it and how to go online, and then teaching each other.
Sanshiro Sugata (Japanese: 姿三四郎, Hepburn: Sugata Sanshirō, aka Judo Saga) is the directorial debut of the Japanese film director Akira Kurosawa. First released in Japan on 25 March 1943 by Toho film studios, the film was eventually released in the United States on 28 April 1974. The film is based on the novel of the same name written by Tsuneo Tomita, the son of prominent judoka Tsunejirō Tomita. It follows the story of Sanshiro, a talented though willful youth, who travels to the city in order to learn Jujutsu. However, upon his arrival he discovers a new form of self-defence: Judo. The main character is based on Saigō Shirō.
Sanshiro Sugata Part II (續姿三四郎, Zoku Sugata Sanshirō, a.k.a. Judo Saga II) is a 1945 film written and directed by Akira Kurosawa. It is based on the novel by Tsuneo Tomita, son of Tomita Tsunejirō, the earliest disciple of judo. It was filmed in early 1945 in Japan towards the end of World War II. Unlike the original Sugata Sanshiro, the sequel is in part considered a propaganda film.
Jugate Conmigo is an hour-long variety show targeted to teenagers aired in Telefe on weekdays at 6 P.M from 1991 to 1993 and at weekdays at 5 P.M. in 1994. It lasted four seasons and was hosted by Cris Morena. The program was based on the US show Double Dare .
Jurata Pier (Polish: Molo w Juracie) - a wooden pier with a length of 320 metres, located in the southern part of Jurata (on the coast of the Puck Bay ). The pier was built in the 1970s. The pier is one of two in Jastarnia. The pier is part of the Międzymorze Promenade.