FEB-MAR, 2016

Dec-Jan,2016, Vol - 3/14
Imapct Factor: 3.189
ISSN: 2348-3083
Date: 04-Apr-2016

An International Peer Reviewed

Scholarly Research Journal for Humanity Sciences & English Language


Anita Rani & Krishan Kant

INTEGRATING ICT IN TEACHER EDUCATION: A STEP TOWARDS QUALITY EDUCATION

Dec-Jan,2016, Vol - 3/14, Page - 3328/3335

Bowes, J. (2003). The emerging repertoire demanded of teachers of the future: Surviving the transition, retrieved, September 1, 2004, from http://crpit.com/confpapers/CRPITV23Bowes.pdf. Carlson, S., & Gadio, C. T. (2002). Teacher professional development in the use of technology. In W.D. Haddad & A. Draxler (Eds.), Technologies for education: potential, parameters, and prospects, Paris and Washington, D.C.: UNESCO and AED, retrieved April 25, 2005. Collis, B., & Jung, I. S. (2003). Uses of information and communication technologies in teacher education. In B. Fontaine, M. (2000). Teacher training with technology: Experience in five country programs. TechKnowLogia, November/December, 69-71.101 Jung, I. S., & Rha, I. (2000). Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of online education: A review of literature. Education Technology, July-August, 57-60. Perraton, H., Robinson, B., & Creed, C. (2001). Teacher education through distance learning: technology, curriculum, evaluation, cost, Paris: UNESCO. Robinson & C. Latchem (Eds.), Teacher education through open and distance learning, London: RoutledgeFalmer, 171-192. 

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Bowes, J. (2003). The emerging repertoire demanded of teachers of the future: Surviving the transition, retrieved, September 1, 2004, from http://crpit.com/confpapers/CRPITV23Bowes.pdf. Carlson, S., & Gadio, C. T. (2002). Teacher professional development in the use of technology. In W.D. Haddad & A. Draxler (Eds.), Technologies for education: potential, parameters, and prospects, Paris and Washington, D.C.: UNESCO and AED, retrieved April 25, 2005. Collis, B., & Jung, I. S. (2003). Uses of information and communication technologies in teacher education. In B. Fontaine, M. (2000). Teacher training with technology: Experience in five country programs. TechKnowLogia, November/December, 69-71.101 Jung, I. S., & Rha, I. (2000). Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of online education: A review of literature. Education Technology, July-August, 57-60. Perraton, H., Robinson, B., & Creed, C. (2001). Teacher education through distance learning: technology, curriculum, evaluation, cost, Paris: UNESCO. Robinson & C. Latchem (Eds.), Teacher education through open and distance learning, London: RoutledgeFalmer, 171-192.

W. Jyotirmoy Singh & Ayekpam Sheela Devi

GOVERNMENT SECONDARY SCHOOLS STUDENTS OF MUNICIPAL AREA OF IMPHAL WEST DISTRICT, MANIPUR

Dec-Jan,2016, Vol - 3/14, Page - 3336/3342

Students enrollment in the secondary school of municipal area, Imphal West are very poor. Most of the students of these schools come from disadvantage background. Numbers as well as proportion of teaching faculties in these schools are very low. These schools also face scarcity in regards to infrastructures. All these factors seem to hinder the performances of the Headmaster / Headmistress of the secondary schools students of Municipal Corporation area of Imphal West District, Manipur 

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Andrew Wilson et al, Leadership Quality and Management Competencies for Corporate Responsibility, Ashridge, 2006. Bass, B. M. (1985). Leadership and performance beyond expectations. New York: Free Press. Brenda J Turnball et al, Evaluation of the School Administration Manager Project, Wallace Foundation, New York, 2009 Duke, D. L. (1987). School leadership and instructional improvement. New York: Random House. Gary Czapla, Principal Experience of Autonomy in Nebraska Schools with Increased Hispanic / Latino Students Populations, unpublished Ph.D Thesis Lincoln Nebraska, 2014. Results of High School Leaving Certificate 2015, Board of Secondary Education Manipur. Tarvis T. Bardy, A Portrait of School Leadership at Senshu University Matsudo Junior and Senior High School, unpublished Ph.D Thesis Lincoln Nebraska, 2014.

Monika Gautam

THE TRAGEDY OF THE COMMONS AND LIFEBOAT ETHICS: A REVIEW

Dec-Jan,2016, Vol - 3/14, Page - 3343/3348

 Garrett James Hardin, an American ecologist was born on 21st April, 1915. He is well known for Hardin\'s First Law of Human Ecology: "You cannot do only one thing", which "modestly implies that there is at least one unwanted consequence". Hardin used the term „tragedy of the commons’ to describe a situation where individuals think of their own needs and interests without paying any attention to the fact that the others in the world may also have similar interests and needs. Individuals, driven by their self interest exploit the finite resources blindly leading ultimately to the collapse of the system, thereby bringing tragedy to the entire population. In this concept “commons” actually means all the natural and manmade resources that have to be shared between all the people of the planet earth. He believed that if individual or societies continuously use more and more resources, then whatever may be the reasons for this, at the end this will bring „tragedy‟ to the „commons‟. Another metaphor that Hardin used in 1974 was „Lifeboat Ethics‟ for resource distribution. Hardin\'s metaphor describes a lifeboat in which 50 persons are present. There is possibility of 10 more persons getting on the boat. The lifeboat is in an ocean surrounded by a hundred swimmers. The "ethics" of the situation arises out from the dilemma whether (and under what circumstances) “swimmers” should be allowed to come onto the lifeboat. The lifeboat metaphor presents rich nations as individual lifeboats and the poor nations as the „swimmers‟. Keywords: Tragedy of the Commons, Lifeboat Ethics, population, resources

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Garrett Hardin: Retrieved from http://self.gutenberg.org/articles/garrett_hardin Garrett Hardin Quotations Retrieved from http://www.garretthardinsociety.org/info/quotes.html Lifeboat Ethics: Retrieved from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lifeboat_ethics Spaceship Earth :Retrieved from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spaceship_Earth Progress and Poverty.Retrieved from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Progress_and_Poverty Dietz, Rob, O?Neill, Dan,(2013),„ Enough is Enough: Building a Sustainable Economy in a World of Finite Resources?.Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc, San Francisco G. Hardin - "Living on a Lifeboat" (in James E. White text). Retrieved from http://web.mnstate.edu/gracyk/courses/phil%20115/Hardin-on-lifeboat.htm Retrieved from http://faculty.wwu.edu/gmyers/esssa/Hardin.html

Sabiha More

UNDERSTANDING JIHAD: FROM A TERM TO MISCONCEPTION

Dec-Jan,2016, Vol - 3/14, Page - 3349/3355

In fact, Islam is a religion of peace, love and forgiveness. The Quran and Hadith prohibit the unjustified use of violence and force against any human being.“You shall not take life, which God has made sacred, except by way of justice and law.” (Quran 6:151). Muslims are forbidden from killing others unless it is for a legal and just cause.Another verse that forbids unjust killing of others says: “Nor take life, which Allah has made sacred, except for just cause. And if anyone is slain wrongfully, we have given his heir authority (to demand Qisas [retribution] or to forgive): but let him not exceed bounds in the matter of taking life; for he is helped (by the law).” (Quran 17: 33). Human life is sacred in Islam and should never be taken wrongfully by anyone. Islam strictly outlaws killing or causing harm to innocent people - regardless of their religion and beliefs. Manipulating certain verses in the Quran as well as quoting them out of their historical and textual context, by both Muslim extremists and anti-Muslims, are the major causes behind the ongoing controversy in understanding some Islamic principles. Killing innocent people is a grave sin in Islam. Allah and the Prophet (PBUH)* warn Muslims who commit heinous killings of severe punishment. “Whosoever kills an innocent human being, it shall be as if he has killed all mankind, and whosoever saves the life of one, it shall be as if he had saved the life of all mankind.” (Quran 5:32). The sin of killing one human being in Islam is considered equal to killing all mankind. Prophet (PBUH) prohibited killing innocent non-Muslims and emphasized the grave consequence of such action. “Anyone who kills a non-Muslim will notsmell the fragrance of the Paradise, even though its fragrance can be experienced at a distance of forty years.” (Al Bukhari). The paper is an attempt to discuss the real meaning and condition under which JIHAD is permitted and allowed. It also gives insight why in Indians should never ever think about Jihad. 

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ReferencesThe Holy Quran. Hadith Dr. Abdul Jalil Sajid. Islam and Ethic of War and Peace.Inglewhite.net (accessed October 22,2010) 4.Firestone, Reuven. Jih?d: The Origin of Holy War in Islam. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999. Jihad. Islamic FAQ.org (accessed October 22,2010) "Jihad through History." New York Sun, 31 May 2005. A summary of David Cook's fine study Roy, Olivier. L'Islam mondialisé. Paris: Editions du Seuil, 2002. To appear in English as Global Islam. New York: Columbia University Press, forthcoming.

Mangal Singh

DEGREE OF SOCIAL COMPETENCE AMONG THE SCHOOL STUDENTS

Dec-Jan,2016, Vol - 3/14, Page - 3556/3560

The present study is designed to explore the difference of degree of social competence among the school students of bathinda city. It is a comparative study between hosteler and day scholars. The sample is consisting of 200 school students ( 100 male students and 100 female students, further 100 students hostelers and 100 day-scholars ). The subjects were selected through simple random sampling technique. “Social Competence Scale ” by V.P. Sharma, Prabha Shukla and Kiran Shukla was used for assessing social competence of subjects under investigation. 

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Charudatta Achyut Gandhe

PLAGIARISM: A THREAT TO TRUE RESEARCH

Dec-Jan,2016, Vol - 3/14, Page - 3361/3364

Now the word plagiarism is the most familiar in research and academic gathering. Various known unknown forms of plagiarism have been discussed so far. Many conferences, seminars in different disciplines are focusing on this burning issue. Researchers are suggesting various remedies to tackle with plagiarism. Much software has been developed to track the plagiarism. But still the giant of plagiarism is still exists. This writing focuses on the concept of plagiarism, types of plagiarism and ways to avoid plagiarism. 

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The Reality and Solution of College Plagiarism, available at http://healthinformatics.uic. edu/resources/infographics/the-reality-and-solution-of-college-plagiarism-infographic/ Wikipedia (2006). Plagiarism. Available at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plagiarism. Turnitin (2012).White Paper The Plagiarism Spectrum. Available at http://www.ed.ac.uk /polopoly_ fs/1.143714!/fileManager /10-Types-of-Plagiarism.pdf Mariam-Webster Dictionary. Plagiarism. Available at www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary /plagiarism

Sushma.R.

ATTITUDE OF TEACHER EDUCATORS’ TOWARDS TWO YEARS B.ED PROGRAMME

Dec-Jan,2016, Vol - 3/14, Page - 3365/3370

 

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Mamta Prajapati & Balram Pd.Prajapati

ROLE OF EDUCATION IN WOMEN EMPOWERMENT & DEVELOPMENT IN SHAHDOL DIVISION, (M.P.), INDIA

Dec-Jan,2016, Vol - 3/14, Page - 3371/3382

Differences in access to human capital continue to be one of the most critical dimensions of inequality of opportunity. Some of the most striking inequalities are visible along the gender dimension. For education to be equalizing, it must ease restrictions on women’s life chances and increase the opportunities available to them. This paper proposes to investigate the potentially powerful role education can play in improving women’s lives by looking at the social/ gender/ economic empowerment effects of education. The paper uses data from household and labour force surveys from Shahdol division of Madhya Pradesh to investigate education’s role in women’s labour market outcomes. While the economic dimension of empowerment is important as it encompasses the ability to access lucrative and rewarding occupations as well as the ability to both earn and control an income, it constitutes only one aspect of empowerment. The socio-cultural, inter-personal, political and psychological dimensions are also critical especially given the cultural constraints posed on women’s lives in the central region of Madhya Pradesh. Although much progress has been made, much remains to be done. Whilst educational policy makers and planners have attempted to identify and overcome barriers to women’s participation. Finally, this paper proposes to go one step further to identify whether empowerment correlates with education.
Key-Words: Women Literacy, potential powerful role, poverty reduction and women’s empowerment. 

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T. Sasidharan

KUDIPPAKA” – IN KANNUR POLITICS AN INVESTIGATION?

Dec-Jan,2016, Vol - 3/14, Page - 3382/3390

Kudippaka : The word “ Kudippaka” denotes family feud ie, hatred between two families. In medieval days the atrocities or murder committed by any on the member of another family might lead to kudippaka between these families. In such cases the members belonging to a family who declared kudippaka against another family as a revenge for any serious reasons like murder had the right to eliminate not only the elder male members but also their children. This would continue on both sides as long as the Kudippaka between them existed. Kudippaka may be recalled that the politics of Kannur, unlike other parts of Kerala and even that of the neighbouring districts in Malabar, has a strong dose of violence in it. This violent clashes, at one time between the CPI(M) and Congress and now intermittently occurring between CPI(M) and BJP resulting in wanton killing of party workers on both sides, remain a standing testimony to this contention.
Key Word : Kudippaka – Violence – Theyyam – Caste – Party Village 

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N.E. Balaram, Keralathile Communist Prasthanam Aadyanalukkaliloode (M) Tvm: Prabhath Publication, 1973 E.M.S, Namboothiripad, Keralam Malayaloikalude Mathrubhoomi (M) Thrissur: Current Books. 1954. E.M.S, Namboothiripad, Origin and Developments of Communist Movement (M) Tvm: Chintha Publications, 1984 K.K.N, kurup, HISTORY OF Co-operative movement in Malabar, Deshabimani Weekly, Vol. 1217 march 2004 M.R. Raghava Warrier, Vadakkan pattinte Paniyala(M) Thrissure: Kerala Sahitya Academy 1981 C.M.S Chandera, Kaliyattam (M) KANNUR: Deshamithram Press 1967 and Murkkothu Mumaran Pulararude Thottampattu (M) Madras: S.Viswanathan Printers, 1991 K.V Achudhanandhan, Vadakkan Pattukal(M) Kunnamkkulam: H and C Publishers, 1985 K.N. Panikkar, Agqainst Lord and State, New Delhi : Oxford University Press 1989

Singare B.K.

RAJGAD JILHYAMADHIL LAGHUPATHBANDHYARATIL UPYUKT PANISATHA V AVRSHAN : BHAUGOLIK SANSHODHAN

Dec-Jan,2016, Vol - 3/14, Page - 3391/3400

 

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Neerja Gautam

PROBLEMS OF SCHOOL EDUCATION IN PUNJAB

Dec-Jan,2016, Vol - 3/14, Page - 3401/3414

 

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Aakanksha Gupta

HUMAN RESOURCE ACCOUNTING- INTRODUCTION AND ACADEMIC OUTLINE BY ICAI

Dec-Jan,2016, Vol - 3/14, Page - 3415/3433

Human Resources in any organization are its vital organs with which an organization can flourish and can also flush, so these resources need to be identified with greater importance than just being an expense or a liability. Human resources accounting is the process of identifying and reporting the investment made in the human resources of an organization to the interested parties. The main concept behind Human Resources Accounting is the investment made on each employee and the value generated by them. Though, Human Resource Accounting paved its way back in 1980s but has recently started gaining popularity in India. This paper aims at introducing Human Resource Accounting as a concept covering what it relates to, with its benefits and some challenges being faced in its implementation. Another feather is highlighting the academic outline framed by The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India in its curriculum which is undoubtedly a quality work under the supervision of the highest accounting authority and will be of immense support in grasping the know –how.
Keywords: Human Resource Accounting (HRA), Investment, Value Generated, Academic outline, Institute Of Chartered Accountants Of India (ICAI) 

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Jyoti Arora

E-FILING OF INCOME TAX RETURNS IN INDIA – AN OVERVIEW

Dec-Jan,2016, Vol - 3/14, Page - 3434/3442

In this technology driven age, every sector in the Indian economy is partly or completely affected by the world\'s most important invention of the modern times `Internet’. Income tax department is not an exception to it. Income Tax Department under the Ministry of Finance, Government of India is committed to provide world - class services to taxpayers in the country, making tax compliance easy and convenient for them. One of the initiatives of the Income Tax Department was the beginning of electronic filing (e - filing) of income tax returns (ITRs) to make the filing process easier for taxpayers as well as to reduce the time required for data entry on receipt of returns. E- Filing is a scheme for submitting tax documents to the Income tax department through the internet or direct connection, usually without the need to submit any paper documents. This paper deals with the benefits, process, trends & highlights (ITRs) of e-filing among the residents of the country. 

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Jyoti Arora & R.K. Gautam

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY USAGE BY INDIAN BANKS IN MARKETING OPERATIONS

Dec-Jan,2016, Vol - 3/14, Page - 3442/3454

 Since the time of privatization, liberalization and globalization of banks in India, the Indian banking sector has been developing constantly taking into consideration the requirements of different segments of the society. In the present era, the banks have changed their approach from Conventional Banking to Convenience Banking. Use of information technology in banking industry is the most important element in Convenience banking. Today, the banks are consistently engaged in technological innovation of product and process to provide services to their customers in the more efficient manner. The present paper attempts to study the use of information technology by the Indian private sector and public sector banks in marketing of their products

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Balbir singh Jamwal

EFFECTS OF TELEVISED VIOLENCE ON AGGRESSION IN CHILDREN

Dec-Jan,2016, Vol - 3/14, Page - 3475/3482

In this paper, an attempt has been made to focus on the Effects of Televised Violence on aggression in children. No doubt, television is playing an active role in developing values, increasing the knowledge of the children and providing various types of information to them, which could be understood, even by the children, However, some scenes are shown on the television screen, which put negative effects on the children, i.e. murder, robbery, forcible rape, aggravated assault, burglary, larceny and motor vehicle theft. Murder, forcible rape, aggravated assault and, robbery is classified as violent crime (against people), where as larceny, burglary and motor vehicle thefts (against property) are classified as non-violent crime. Some scenes are shown on the television screen, which are not true in real life situations, but child believes as true to those and try to put his own, doing the stunts and in resulting, he gets series injuries. Due to the lack of maturity, children have not wisdom to discriminate between what is wrong and what is right. Due to this, children get aggression and aggression motivate to them to run on the wrong track which is totally against the society. In this way, we can say that the effects of televised violence are directly on aggression in children because they have capacity to copying each and everything, not understanding. Studies conducted on these effects; show that there is positive relationship between televised violence and aggression in children. In the daily life, we often, about such types of activities and crimes, read in the newspapers, listen in the radio and watch on the TV screen. 

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Balbir singh Jamwal

NEED TO INTRODUCE VALUE EDUCATION IN CURRICULA

Dec-Jan,2016, Vol - 3/14, Page - 3483/3492

In the present study, an attempt has been made to focus on the need to introduce value education in curricula. Growth of industrialization, Lust for power ,indiscipline , selfishness, materialistic attitude, social disorganization, bad Character, Violence, Corruption, advancement of Science and technology, injustice, Casteism, modernization , Lack of feeling of loyalty, lack of code and Conduct, Psychology movements and social sensitiveness are considered the major causative factors of degradation of human values. Everywhere is cry of value degradation. At present, India is passing through a period of value crisis in several fields of national life. It is generally being said that the life of individuals as well as our social life is plagued with the evil values. It is need of the hour to introduce value education in curricula at all levels of education. Value crisis may be over, If parents, develop sanskara in their children and teachers give practical shape to sanskara to their students and government provides concerned facilities to institutions. It is not hope only, but, full faith that this article would be very helpful for the educators, Philosophers, leaders, governments and parents to infuse the values among the students and members of the society and stop the degradation of human values and develop congenial environment for better living, even teaching, learning and evaluation. 

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Harish Chand

BHARAT ME SANGHWAD KE PRATIMANO KA KARYATMAK ADHYAYAN

Dec-Jan,2016, Vol - 3/14, Page - 3493/3498

 

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Manpreet Kaur Rajpal

CULTIVATION OF BABIES: GAINSAY TO INDIAN DOGMAS AND SOCIETAL NORMS

Dec-Jan,2016, Vol - 3/14, Page - 3499/3509

Children are a Treasure their worth we cannot Measure. Children are the ultimate gift to two people who love each other. There is no bigger responsibility, and yet a relationship with a child can bear the greatest rewards. It is not exaggerating to say that CHILDREN are one of the most precious gifts of God to every living creature on this planet. The reason to be happy & to be Sad. And it’s docile here to say that a woman is complete when she becomes a mother & a family is complete when a child is born. But unfortunately there are some couples who remain shunned from this magnificent God gift. The growth in the ART methods is recognition of the fact that infertility as a medical condition is a huge impediment in the overall wellbeing of couples and cannot be overlooked especially in a patriarchal society like India. A woman is respected as a wife only if she is mother of a child, so that her husband\'s masculinity and sexual potency is proved and the lineage continues. And therefore, to fulfill their earnest desire to have a child, the infertile couples, singles, homosexuals etc are promoting the business of Cultivating the Babies known as Surrogacy. Surrogacy is a ray of hope to the desirous couples but at the same time it is deteriorating the societal norms as well as is detrimental to the institution of marriage especially in reference to India. My research paper throws lights on the darker side of Surrogacy. It deals with the aftermaths of Surrogacy on the Indian Society. Keywords : Surrogacy , Assisted Reproductive Technology, Infertile Couple, Cultivation Business 

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Manoj Kumar Saxena & Chetna Pundhir

ICT FUNCTIONAL ABILITIES AMONG TEACHER EDUCATORS AND BARRIERS IN USING ICT IN THEIR TEACHING

Dec-Jan,2016, Vol - 3/14, Page - 3510/3528

 Information and communication technology has provided the panoramic view to the marginalized human vision in concerned knowledgeable society of educators. It has touched every realm of our life and has geared the world into the new era of digitalization. Continuing the realm, teachers are the builders of the nation. The teacher shares the knowledge to society formally and informally. He enroots the seeds of knowledge that leads in the development of information, sprouts into the new sapling which are fully capable of making knowledge learned society. But the position of a teacher has changed accordingly to the present situation of time. Teacher now too acts as a facilitator and ICT acts as catalyst to enhance the reaction of teaching-learning process. ICT enables a teacher to transmit more information to a larger number of students in shorter time In the present study the researcher focus attention on the teacher educators as they are to who will become future teachers. The study is quantitative, where researcher has checked the functional ability and various kinds of barriers faced by them by using Percentage analysis and t-test. The result shows that their no gender biasness on the functional ability of using ICT. Keywords: ICT, Functional Abilities, Barriers in using ICT, Teacher Educators

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Adeyemo, S. A. (2010). The Impact of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) On Teaching and Learning of Physics. International Journal Of Educational Research And Technology, Vol 1(2) 48-59. Afshari, M., Bakar, K.A. & Luan, W.S. (2009). Factors Affecting Teachers' Use Of Information And Communication Technique. International Journal Of Instruction ISSN 1694-609X. Www.e-iji.net. vol. 2, no.1. Agnes, C. & Wallace, C. (2010). An Investigation Of Factors Affecting The Use Of ICT For In The Western Cape School. Teaching 18th European conference on information systems. Alghazo, Iman M. (2006). Quality of internet use by teachers in the United Arab Emirates Education, V126n4p769-781. Ali Ahmad Al-Barakat and Ruba Fahmi Bataineh (2008). Jordanian Student Teachers' Use Of Computers To Develop Primary Stage Pupils' Literacy Skills. International Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology (IJEDICT), 2008, Vol. 4, Issue 4, pp. 64-87 Ayesha ,S.; Newby, T. J. ; Ertmer, P. A. (2013) Exploring Factors that Predict Preservice Teachers' Intentions to Use Web 2.0 Technologies Using Decomposed Theory of Planned Behavior, .Journal of Research on Technology in Education, v45 n2 p171-196 Win 2012-2013. Balanskat, A., Blamire, R. & Kefala, S. (2006). A review of studies of ICT impact on schools in Europe. European Schoolnet. Beggs, T.A. (2000). Influence and barriers to the adoption of instructional technology. Paper presented at the proceedings of the Mid-South Instructional Technology Conference, Murfreesboro, T.N. , April 9-11. Bingimlas K.A. (2009). Barriers to the successful integration of ICT in teaching and learning environments: A Review of the Literature Eurasian Journal of Mathematics, Science & Technology Education, 2009, 5 (3), 235-245. Bingimlas K.A. (2009). Barriers to the successful integration of ICT in teaching and learning environments: A Review of the Literature Eurasian Journal of Mathematics, Science & Technology Education, 2009, 5 (3), 235-245. Received 17. July 2008; accepted 24 March 2009. Bitner, N. & Bitner, J. (2002). Integrating Technology into the Classroom: eight keys to success. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 10(1), 95-100. Chai, C.S.,Koh, J.H.L.& Tsai, C.C.(2010). Facilitating Preservice Teacher's Development of Technological, Pedagogical and Content Knowledge (TPACK). Educational Technology & Society, 13 (4), 63-73. Chen, W., Tan, A. & Lim, C. (2012) Extrinsic and intrinsic barriers in the use of ICT in teaching: A comparative case study in Singapore Retrieved from (Bb6) 14 March 2013. Chen, W., Tan, A. & Lim, C. (2012) Extrinsic and intrinsic barriers in the use of ICT in teaching: A comparative case study in Singapore Retrieved from (Bb6) 14 March 2013. Cheng, Y.-M., Lou, S.-J., Kuo, S.-H., & Shih, R.-C. (2013). Investigating elementary school students' technology acceptance by applying digital game-based learning to environmental education. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology.29 (1), 96-110. http://www. ascilite. org. au/ajet/submission/index.php/AJET/article/view/65/34 Cheng, Y.-M., Lou, S.-J., Kuo, S.-H., & Shih, R.-C. (2013). Investigating elementary school students' technology acceptance by applying digital game-based learning to environmental education. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology.29 (1), 96-110. http://www. ascilite. org. au/ajet/submission/index.php/AJET/article/view/65/34 Cox, D.T. (2008). Learning Styles and Students Attitudes towards the Use of Technology in Higher and Adult Education Classes. Institute for learning styles journal, Vol. 1. Cuban, L., Kirkpatrick, H. & Peck, C. (2001). High access and low use of technologies in high school classrooms: Explaining an apparent paradox, American Educational Research Journal, 38 (4), 813-834. Duran, M.S., Brunv, S. and Fossum, P.R. (2009). Preparing Science Teachers to Teach with Technology: Exploring a k-16 Networked Learning Community Approach. The Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology - TOJET October ISSN: 1303-6521 volume 8 Issue 4 Article 3. Eriksen O. (2004). Experiences from ICT-based Teacher Education: Technology as a Foundation for Active Learning. Journal of Educational Media, Vol. 29, No. 3, October. Ertmer, P. A. (1999). Addressing First- and Second-order Barriers to Change: Strategies for Technology Integration. Educational Technology Research and Development, 47(4), 47–61.

Sunil Maruti Lad & Vidyanand Sambhaji Khandagle

PALUS TALUKYATIL UCCHA PRATHMIL STARAVAR PRYAVARNASANDRBHAT RABVILYA JANARYA UPKRAMANCHA ABHYAS

Dec-Jan,2016, Vol - 3/14, Page - 3529/3540

 

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Ravindra Baliram Khandare

INFLUENCE OF SWISS BALL TRAINING ON SELECTED PHYSICAL PHYSIOLOGICAL AND PERFORMANCE RELATED VARIABLES AMONG TENNIS PLAYERS IN PUNE CITY

Dec-Jan,2016, Vol - 3/14, Page - 3541/3545

The purpose of the study was to investigate the impact of Swiss ball training programme on selected physical, physiological and performance related variables among Tennis players. For the present study 20 male Tennis players from Savitribai Phule pune University, affiliated college, Pune, Maharashtra State, India, were selected at random and their age ranged from 18 to 25 years. For the present study pre test – post test randomized group design which consists of control group and experimental group was used. The subjects were randomly assigned to two equal groups of ten each and named as Group ‘A’ and Group ‘B’. Group ‘A’ underwent Swiss ball training and Group ‘B’ acted as control and not exposed any specific training / conditioning. The physical, physiological and performance related variables namely maximum strength, core strength, leg explosive power, breath holding time, peak expiratory flow rate, maximum heart rate, resting heart rate, systolic blood pressure, diastolic blood pressure, forehand clear, and backhand clear were chosen as variables. The standardized tests / equipments were used to collect relevant data namely 1RM bench press, plank test, sergeant vertical jump, digital stop watch, peak flow meter, 2.4 kilometer run in tread mill, digital heart rate / blood pressure monitor, Poole forehand clear test and Poole backhand clear test were used to collect data. The data was collected before and after six weeks of training. The data was analyzed by applying Analysis of Co-Variance (ANCOVA) technique to find out the influence of Swiss ball training programme. The level of significance was set at 0.05. The findings of the present study have strongly indicates that Swiss ball training of six weeks has significant impact on selected physical, physiological and performance related variables namely maximum strength, core strength, leg explosive power, breath holding time, peak expiratory flow rate, resting heart rate, maximum heart rate, systolic blood pressure, diastolic blood pressure, forehand clear and backhand clear of Tennis players. 

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Bhuyan, R., & Kumar, S. (2013). Effectiveness of Conventional Balance Training Exercise Versus Swiss Ball Exercise Program on Balance in Geriatric Population-A Randomized Controlled Trial. Indian Journal of Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy-An International Journal, 7(4), 275-279. Choi, S. H., Lim, J. H., Cho, H. Y., Kim, I. B., Kim, M. K., & Lee, H. Y. (2012). The Effects of Trunk Stabilization Exercise Using Swiss Ball and Core Stabilization Exercise on Balance and Gait in Elderly Women. Journal of the Korean Society of Physical Medicine, 7(1), 49-58. Dharmendrakumar, & Sakthignanavel, D (2014) Effect of four weeks swiss ball exercise on muscular strength and balance of college male students. Journal of physical Education, Sports and Fitness, 1(3), 10-15. Hinds, E. (2011). The additional effects of Swiss ball use during the wall squat exercise on lower limb muscle activity. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 45(2). Okada, T, Huxel, KC, and Nesser, TW. (2011) Relationship between core stability, functional movement, and performance. J Strength Cond Res, 25(1), 252-261. Qiang, X. I. O. N. G. (2011). The Effect of the Swiss Ball Training on the Core Explosive Strength of the College Football Players. Journal of Guangzhou Sport University, 4, 021. Rajesh, M., Reddy, A. V., Kumar, K. S., & Madhavi, K. (2014). Effectiveness of Floor Exercises versus Swiss Ball Exercises on Core Stability in Subjects with Mechanical Low Back Pain. Indian Journal of Physiotherapy & Occupational Therapy-An International Journal, 8(1), 75-80. Sekendiz B, Cug M, Korkusuz F. (2010) Effects of Swiss-ball core strength training on strength, endurance, flexibility, and balance in sedentary women. J Strength Cond Res, 24(11), 3032-3040. Seo, B. D., Yun, Y. D., Kim, H. R., & Lee, S. H. (2012). Effect of 12-week Swiss ball exercise program on physical fitness and balance ability of elderly women. Journal of Physical Therapy Science, 24(1), 11-15.

Bhosale Mrunal Gulabrao

A STUDY OF BATTLE OF PLASSEY

Dec-Jan,2016, Vol - 3/14, Page - 3546/3550

Siraj knew or suspected there was a conspiracy against him, despite Clive’s earnest protestations to the contrary, and moved south to Plassey . On June 13th, Clive moved north with some 2,000 Indian sepoys and 600 British infantry of the Thirty-Ninth of Foot plus close to 200 artillerymen with ten field pieces and two small howitzers. Ambiguous messages were coming in from Mir Jafar and Clive was moving into a dangerous situation against heavy odds. He seems to have had a crisis of confidence and summoned his officers to a council of war on June 21st. The majority, including Clive, voted against action. At that point, according to his friend Robert Orme, Clive retired into a grove of trees where he stayed for an hour in meditation.
Keywords: - Siraj, Clive, Ambiguous, situation 

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Baviskar S.G.

BHARTATIL BALVIVAH EK PAHANI

Dec-Jan,2016, Vol - 3/14, Page - 3551/3557

 

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Shalini Dixit

VIDYARTHIYON KE SANDNYATMAK VIKAS PARMANO JAIV SAMAJIK CHARON KE YOGDAN KA ADHYAYAN

Dec-Jan,2016, Vol - 3/14, Page - 3558/3569

 

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Sakshi Vij

CORPORATE GOVERNANCE PRACTICES: A STUDY OF PRIVATE SECTOR BANKS

Dec-Jan,2016, Vol - 3/14, Page - 3570/3577

Corporate Governance framework is there to encourage the efficient use of resources and equally to
require accountability for the stewardship of those resources. The aim is to align as nearby as
possible the interest of individuals corporation and society. The study under consideration will used
seven private (7) Indian Banks which already implemented ESOP for the benefits of its workforce or
to enhance its financial performance. The post financial performance of private banking sector did
not improve significantly after adoption of ESOP. The limitation of corporate governance can be
removed if the corporate practices are implemented with true spirit to benefit not only to the society
but to the corporate including banking sector. 

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Shikha Garg

TRANSFORMATION THROUGH TECHNOLOGY IN CONTEXT TO INDIAN SOCIETY

Dec-Jan,2016, Vol - 3/14, Page - 3578/3585

India, the world\'s second most populous democracy, officially titled the Republic of India, divided into thousands of socially exclusive castes and religious, so we can say Indian culture as diverse culture. More than 80 percent of people is follows Hinduism. The rest 20% of followers are of Buddhism, Jainism, Islam, Sikhism, Christianity and Parsi. There are, no doubt, different factions, sections and sub-section but basically we all believe in the theory of Dharma and Karma, The theory of rebirth, purification of soul, salvation, Heaven and Hell.

India is a country where more than 70 percent of people lives in villages and rest 30 percent lives in town or big cities. So, there are huge differences between village and town societies.

This paper analyses transformation of Indian society through technology.


Key words: Transformation, Society, Culture, Technology 

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Arpit Khurana

SERVICE QUALITY IN BANKING: E–BANKING A CORE SOLUTION

Dec-Jan,2016, Vol - 3/14, Page - 3586/3591

\"\"Banking sector is the Backbone of Indian financial system of our country. It is the largest emerging sector of the economy which has been growing more as compared to other sectors. The whole financial sectors mainly revolves around banking sector that’s why there is a need to provide better quality of services in banking sector for substantial growth of this sector. E-Banking is a new emerging area in the banking practices. Today, E-Banking is used as a strategic tool by the global banking sector to attract & retain customers. So, in this paper an attempt has been made to study the E-Banking services in India.

Keywords: E-Banking, I-Banking, M-Banking, CBS 

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Arpit Khurana

CORPORATE GOVERNANCE: - A CASE STUDY OF SATYAM COMPUTERS SERVICES LTD.

Dec-Jan,2016, Vol - 3/14, Page - 3592/3601

 

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Mahavir Singh Chhonkar

CLASSROOM WITH ICT TOOLS : PERSPECTIVES AND PROSPECTIVES

Dec-Jan,2016, Vol - 3/14, Page - 3602/3607

 

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