JAN-FEB, 2015

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16
Imapct Factor: 4.194
ISSN: 2278-8808
Date: 04-Mar-2015

An International Peer Reviewed

Scholarly Research Journal for Interdisciplinary Studies


Dr. B.P. Singh

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT SELF CONCEPT AND EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE IN MALE AND FEMALE COLEGE STUDENTS: A COMPARATIVE STUDY

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2538/2542

Parents are interested in cognitive domain of their children. They are neglecting affecting and psychomotor behavior of their children. Student show this behavior in the form of fear, pleasure, anger, anxiety under the different situation they come across. Child develops his own image, abilities and uniqueness. With the passage of time his perception becomes much more organized, detailed and specific. In the present study cognitive behavior i.e. academic achievement is studied with emotional intelligence and self concept. A sample of 120 B.Ed. college students was taken by providing questionnaires of self concept and emotional intelligence to them. Data was analyzed and it was found that there is a positive correlation between academic achievement and self concept along with emotional intelligence. Male students have high self concept and emotional intelligence than female students. Male students have more exposure of outer world; hence, they can control their emotions and show them at the right time and at the right place in the right direction. 

Dr. R. B. Kokatanur

AN INTRODUCTION TO ANCIENT INDIAN COINS

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2541/2555

Coins are as important as the inscription in history. They confirm the information derived from literature. They are of various metals –gold, silver, copper, or alloy and contain legends or simple marks. The coins are very important to the reconstruct of the ancient Indian history. It is a part of archaeological sources .Those with dates is probably very valuable for the framework of Indian chronology. Coins are almost our sole evidence with regarded to the Indo Scythian and Indo Bactrian King. The Bilingual coins had served as Rosetta Stones in deciphering the Ancient Indian writings. The purity of the metal reflects the financial conditions of the Gupta Empire. The inscription on the coin indicates territory over which the rulers ruled. Some coin throws significant light on the personal events of certain rulers. The discovery of the same kind of coins at different places helps up in fixing the coverage of various kingdoms in ancient India.
Keywords: types, punch marked coins, dynasty coins, samudra gupt, chandragupta vikramaditya ii, media news. 

Dr. Aasavari Arvind Shinde

CHALLENGES FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF RIGHT TO EDUCATION ACT (RTE) FOR CHILDREN WITH HEARING IMPAIRMENT IN INCLUSIVE EDUCATION- A SURVEY

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2552/2558

‘Everyone has the right to education.’ This UN recommendation has been reinforced in the provision of the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act 2009, which came into effect in India on 1st April 2010, enshrining in law for the first time the rights of all India children aged between six and 14 years. The RTE Act, though deserves due credit for laying down in fairly specific terms states responsibility towards education, it would be appropriate to examine the challenges faced by the principles and concern authority to provide fess elementary education to the children aging between six to fourteen years to old. Present research study has tried to explore the challenges faced by the principles for implantating RTE Act for Children with hearing impairment in Zila Parishad regarding access to education and infrastructure.
Keywords: Right to education, children with hearing impairment, access to education and infrastructure facilities 

N. R. Prakash & Dr. S. Nirmala Devi

ASSERTIVENESS BEHAVIOUR OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2566/2575

Assertiveness is a tendency of expression one’s feelings, beliefs and opinions in an appropriate way without any fear. When an individual stands up for his or her legitimate rights in such a way that the rights of others are not violated, he or she is being assertive. The main objective of this study is to find out the level of assertiveness among undergraduate students and also to find out whether there is any difference in their Assertiveness among undergraduate students based on few personal and demographic variables. Sample for this study consists of 100 UG students (both [50] male and female [50]) from government, government aided and private colleges in and around Chennai constitution. The tool used in this investigation “Assertiveness Rating Scale” was developed by the investigator (N.R. Prakash, and S. Nirmala Devi, 2014). Collected data was analyzed using SPSS package. The investigator found that the level of assertiveness among undergraduate students is moderate in nature. The researcher also found that there is significant difference in their Assertiveness with respect to Gender, Stream of study, Medium of instruction, Place of living, Sibling constellation and Type of Management.
Keywords: Assertiveness; Social Skills; Undergraduate Students; Personality Development 

V.R. Rajesh & V. Chandrasekaran

INTRINSIC AND EXTRINSIC MOTIVATIONAL ORIENTATIONS: A STUDY AMONGTHE COLLEGE STUDENTS

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2576/2582

The main purpose of the present research was to investigate the Motivational Orientations of college students in relation to certain background variables. The sample consisted of 300 students selected from Chennai city. The Work Preference Inventory developed by Amabile et al., (1994) was administered to collect the data. The result shows significant difference in college students Motivational Orientations with respect to their Gender, Degree Studying and Stream of the Study. The result further reveals that the male students have Extrinsic Motivational Orientation and the female students have Intrinsic Motivational Orientation.
Keywords: Motivational Orientations, Intrinsic Motivation, Extrinsic Motivation. 

Randhir

BHAKT FUL SINGH MAHILA VISHWAVIDHYALAI KA PRAGATI VISHAY

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2681/2684

 

Dayanidhi Dash

EFFECTIVENESS OF STORY TELLING APPROACH IN INCULCATING VALUES IDENTIFID BY NCERT AMONGTHE 6th GRADE LEARNERS OF ODISHA STATE.

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2583/2590

Value oriented education refers to the planned educational action and the development of proper attitudes, values, emotions and character among the learners. It covers all aspects of personality development-intellectual, social, moral, aesthetic and spiritual. The values among children are not static and tend to change with age as their social horizons broaden and they associate with more people and with people whose values differ from which they have learnt. National policy of Education (1986) observed that India’s political & social life is passing through a phase which poses a danger of erosion of long accepted values. 

Prem Shankar Srivastava

SPIRITUAL EDUCATION IN SWAMI DAYANANDA’S PHILOSOPHY

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2591/2600

The paper deals with the spiritual education with special reference to the Swami Dayananda’s views on the Ethics, and Philosophy in which his life and social philosophy influence spiritual education. The paper also deals with his educational philosophy based on the principles of ‘Dharma’ and of ‘The Five Tests of Truth’ which are the integral part of spiritual education. In this paper an attempt has been made to recognize, comprehend, find out, analyze, synthesize, evaluate and critically examine the dominant factors responsible for strengthening spiritual education in Swami Dayananda’s philosophy. The paper concludes ‘Spiritual Education’ as “it is education which helps to fulfill the potentialities of the individuals through the virtues of Non-violence, Preservence, Control of mind, Non-stealing, Purity, Wisdom, Study, Truth, Tolerance, Control of senses, and non-anger and to prepare them to solve the everyday problems for life creatively and constructively in the new situation of the socio-psycho-physical environment for attaining the highest knowledge and wisdom, if the teachers enable to modify such kind of behavior patterns of individuals, - this is spiritual education.”
Key words: Spiritual Education, Swami Dayananda’s Philosophy. 

Guddi Saktinanda

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION IN JHARKHAND – A MICROSCOPIC ANALYSIS

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2601/2606

We cannot achieve the goal of universal, free primary education depending on the formal system of education. It is only a way to enter in the gateway of knowledge. Its every step is connected with each other. Free and compulsory education has been enshrined in the Indian constitution since its inception. It became a guiding force in the form of Article 45 for providing basic education for all children until the complete the age of fourteen years. Even after more than 65 years of Independence some Indian states are still struggling to achieve universal retention and quality education to all its children. At present the thrust of elementary education varies from state to state with a lot of regional desparities. In the article the author has given a picture of the elementary education of Jharkhand a homeland of tribes in a brief way. Education of tribes one of the weaker and deprived section of the country is essential for achieving the target of universalizing the elementary education. In the paper the author has described the plans and programmes obtained by the state administration and its achievement till now and suggested for the betterment of elementary education in Jharkhand, a purely tribal state.
Key words: Elementary education, Enrolment, CRC, BRC, Tribal Education. 

Rasmi Ranjan Puhan, Rama Chandra Dash, Lakshmipriya Malla & Sudarsan Baral

BURNOUT AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS AND RESPONSIBLE POTENTIAL SOURCES AND SYMPTOMS- A CRITICAL ANALYSIS

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2607/2621

This paper focused on the comparison of potential sources and symptoms experiencing by government and private managed school teachers which leads to the professional burnout. Also this paper helps to the researchers to find different sources and symptoms responsible for the burnout among secondary school teachers in Khurdha district. Secondary school teachers are overburdened, engaged in non-teaching activities as well as less paid and posted on contractual basis in no convence areas of Khurdha district. Government is silently promoting them as ‘Money Saving Approach’ in current education system. Secondary teacher’s agitation throughout the Odisha indicated towards the serious psycho-social problems among teachers community. Hence, the attempt is made to present the current position of burnout in secondary schools of Khurdha district and the responsible sources and the outcome symptoms. Therefore, the present study conducted on the sample of 250 secondary teachers (125 from govt. Schools and 125 from private managed schools) of khurdha District. To measure the Burnout level among teachers as well as responsible sources and symptoms which leads to professional burnout among secondary school teachers, Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI) Educational Survey was used as a tool. To find out different sources and symptoms between govt. and private managed school teacher’s four objectives and equal number of research questions are framed and data analyzed. Results indicated that majority of secondary schools teachers areexperiencing Burnout in the district and low salary, overloaded work etc. are responsible factors. It was also found that private secondary school teachers are experiencing more Emotional Exhaustion than government secondary teachers but place of posting of an individual is also one of the sources among govt. school teachers on that district.
Key words: Burnout, secondary teachers, sources, symptoms, MBI, Khurdha district, money saving approach, Emotional Exhaustion etc.
 

S. Menaga & V. Chandrasekaran

A STUDY ON ADJUSTMENT OF COLLEGE STUDENTS

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2622/2629

The purpose of the present study was to promote social justice and equity of college students and find out differences if any in terms of Gender, Type of Locality, Type of Family, Type of Degree, and Family Income. The samples for the study comprised of 300 college students in Thiruvannamalai District. Survey method was adopted and simple random sampling technique was used to carry out the present study. The investigator has used descriptive and differential statistical methods for analyzing the collected data. It was found that there is significant difference in the Adjustment students in Relation College to their Gender, Type of Degree, Family Income and further there is no significant difference in the Adjustment of college students in relation to their Type of Locality and Type of Family. A similar study could be conducted for the college students like professional courses.
Key words: Adjustment, Professional courses, Equity of College students 

N.A.Kazi, J.P. Yadav & U.H.Patil

POLYPLOIDY IN FLOWER CROPS

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2930/2936

Polyploidy breeding is an effective method for doubling the chromosome number of a species. Genetic variations created can be further used in breeding programme.Polyploidy breeding holds immense prospects in developing desirable varieties in flower crops.With the help of polyploidy, changes in morphology and cytology of plant are observed. Tetraploids are more vigorous and larger in size. Tetraploids produce thick and dark green leaves. Mostly seen consequences of induced polyploidy are increase in size and shape of plants; leaves, branches, flower parts, fruits and seeds. Intensification of flower colour and fragrance is observed in Marigold plants following chromosome number doubling. Chemicals like colchicine, oryzalin, triXuralin and amiprophosmethyl (APM) etc. are used in induction of polyploids. Although colchicine remained the most used for induction of polyploidy. Chromosome doubling using various chemicals was observed in flower crops viz., Marigold, Aster, Orchid, Jasmine, Lillium, Chrysanthemum, Alstromeria, Anthurium, Roseand Gerbera. 

N.A.Kazi, J.P. Yadav & M.G. Agale

NUTRITIONAL VALUE OF FRUITS

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2937/2943

The present study aimed at studying nutritional facts of fruits and its impact on betterment of health. Food packets come with labels on it stating its nutritional facts. If fruits had labels on them their nutritional facts would leave us surprised. Over last few decade people have become conscious about their health and diet. In such time, importance of fruits in nutrition and their health benefits can’t be left unrecognised. Fruits are rich in vitamins, minerals and are rich source of energy. Citrus fruits and aonla are rich in vitamin c, while the richest source for vitamin c was barbados cherry. Walnut is the richest source of fat (64.5 per cent) and produces highest calories per unit of edible portion. . Cashew nut is the richest source of protein 21.2 per cent and thiamine 630mg/100g. Dry apricot is the richest source of calcium, phosphorus and niacin. Dry karonda is the richest source of iron (39.1 per cent) followed by date palm (10.6 per cent). Litchi was found rich in calcium content. Bael is the richest source of riboflavin.
Keywords: Fruits, Nutrition, Health Benefits, Fruit Diet 

Jubraj Khamari & Sanjeet Kumar Tiwari

ATTITUDE OF TEACHERS TOWARDS TEACHING PROFESSION -WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO CASTE AND SEX IN ODISHA STATE

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2644/2647

The attitude is a great psychological factor which effects the profession of any person in his or her professional intention as into mission or fashion or may be devotedly devoted devotion. But when it is came into contact with the sociological factors like caste, sex or like possession the researcher thinks that what will be imagination? In this research study, Researcher again thought about teaching profession in this context specially based on caste and sex…..Problem is that what will be attitude of teacher of Odisha state in this conceptualization? Hence researcher has to research on attitude of teachers towards teaching profession with special reference to caste and sex in Odisha state. So to know about the attitudes, researcher selecting 1000 samples out of total population on the basis of random sampling techniques with the help of a attitude scale (A self made questionnaire scale developed according to Edwerd A. L. (1969) Techniques of attitude scale Construction, Bombay, Bakils, Feffer and Simon.) to collect data and on the basis of normative survey method analysis and interpretation with required statistical technique like Mean, F-ratio and level of significance tested the hypotheses has tried his best to find out the purposive findings to focus on proper suggestive suggestion towards discussion.
Key words: Attitude, Teacher, Teaching Profession, Caste and Sex, Odisha state. 

Surekha Bhagyawant

STUDY OF CO-RELATION OF EMOTIONAL COMPETENCE AND NEUROTIC TENDENCY OF M. ED. STUDENT

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2648/2656

We all expect teacher for our kids should be competent and cool. It is teacher educator who helps teacher to develop himself/herself like that. So it is obvious that the teacher educator herself should be enough competent and having normal and well developed personality. Our M.Ed. students who are would be teacher educator and we expect them to be a good teacher educator in future. But just expectations are not enough; we should test them and help them wherever there is need. For that purpose the researcher who is a teacher educator thought of testing own students for emotional competence and neurotic tendency, as both of these characteristics matters a lot specially in teacher education as their students will be working with future teachers. And we all know that students imitate & behave like what they observe rather than what they hear about. The researcher worked on the sample of 30 students. Gave them ‘Emotional Competence Scale’ and “KNPI’ (Kundu’s Neurotic Personality Inventory) to solve and found out correlation between these two attributes. More than 50 % students were ‘average\' in Emotional Competence; 37 % were ‘competent’ and 10% students were ‘incompetent’. And only 20 % students were ‘normal’; 60 % students were ‘slightly neurotic’ and 20 % were ‘moderately neurotic’There was no significant correlation between ‘Emotional Competence’ and ‘Neurotic Tendency’ of M. Ed. students. So the conclusion which is limited to the sample group is neurotic tendency and emotional competence are two separate and independent factor not having relation between them.
Key words: ‘Emotional Competence’, ‘Neurotic Tendency’ and ‘M. Ed.S tudents’ 

M. Raj & S. Padhi

BIOCHEMICAL AND ANTIOXIDANT ANALYSIS OF MADHUCA INDICA J.F GMEL.

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2057/2666

In recent time focus on plant research has increased all over the world and a large no ofevidence has collected to show immense potential of plants and their uses in various aspects. Madhuca indica J.F.Gmel. is commonly known as Mahua is an economically important plant belongs to family Sapotaceae. The goal of research work is comparative estimation of primary compounds such as total carbohydrate, reducing sugar, total lipid, total amino acids, protein, moisture and carotenoids from both dry and fresh corolla and assay of catalase, Peroxidase, and SOD activity from leaves. Highest amount of carbohydrate (602mg/g), reducing sugar (298mg/g) and protein (53.86mg/g) was observed in dry corolla, as compared to carbohydrate (213mg/g), reducing sugar (99.28mg/g), and protein (15.54mg/g) content of fresh corolla. Moisture content was high in fresh corolla (728mg/g) in contrast to dry corolla (110.62mg/g).Comparative account of total amino acid (16.4mg/g),carotenoids (33.39μg/g) content of dry corolla showed higher level than fresh corolla total amino acid (5.6mg/g), carotenoids (2.868μg/g).Dry corolla content lower amount of total lipid (22.6mg/g) as compared to fresh corolla (113.6mg/g).The antioxidant activity of the enzymes Catalase, peroxidase and superoxide dismutase was 270unit-1g, 7×103unit-1g and 1.02unit-1 in leaves.
Key words: Madhuca indica, total carbohydrates, reducing sugar, total lipid, total amino acid, protein, catalase, peroxidase, SOD. 

Mehtab Singh & Ms. Dhanwinder Kaur

PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT IN RELATION TO VALUE CONFLICT OF ADOLESCENTS

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2067/2080

The present study is designed to investigate parental involvement in relation to value conflict of adolescents. The descriptive method is used in the study. The sample size consist of 300 students of standard X, randomly selected from 179 govt. high and senior secondary school from Ferozepur District. The standardized tools viz. Parental Involvement Scale (2007) by Rita Chopra and Surabala Sahoo and Value Conflict Scale (2001) by R.L Bhardwaj has been used for collecting data. Karl Pearson’s correlation and ‘t’-test is used for analyzing the data. The major findings are: There is significant relationship between home involvement and pragmatism vs idealism value conflict among adolescent boys, There is significant relationship between Parents Involvement through PTA and selfishness vs probity and home involvement and value conflict hate vs love among adolescent girls. There is significant difference between correlation of involvement through PTA and dependence vs self-reliance value conflict among urban and rural adolescent boys. There is significant difference between correlation of home involvement, and evasion vs fortitude, dependence vs self-reliance, hate vs love and involvement through PTA and evasion vs fortitude among rural and urban adolescent girls. There is significant relationship between school involvement and selfishness vs probity, fear vs assertion; home involvement and hate vs love; involvement through PTA and selfishness vs probity value conflict among adolescents.
Key words: parental involvement, relations, values conflicts, adolescents 

Tanuja Waghmare

TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2685/2694

Management is the process of planning, organizing, actuating and controlling an organizations operation in order to achieve a coordination of the human and material resources essential in the effective and efficient attainment of objectives. Although the concept of quality is very old, today it is perhaps the major preoccupation of organizations world-wide. However, in the recent years, TQM has captured the world-wide attention and is being adopted in many organizations, both profit and non-profit. Step through TQM\'s door and the first person you\'ll want to meet will be W. Edwards Deming, credited as the founding father of Total Quality Management. Deming grew up in the twenties and thirties, a time when all you needed to succeed as a factory worker was the ability to work long hours at extremely boring jobs. Most industrial tasks required little or no formal schooling and illiteracy rates were high. 

Goutam karmakar

GENDER DISCRIMINATION AND WAY OF EXPRESSION: A STUDY OF EUNICE DE SOUZA’S POEMS

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2695/2701

A close look at the growth of Indian English poetry shows that most serious, profound and revolutionary poems are seen after a long way, in this decade as I am talking about poems written by woman. In this postmodern period, we have come across so many Indian woman poets and their poetry shows so many aspects as they find being a woman. Their poetry shows their perception regarding the realities of commonplace and also the problems they have to face in the society they live in. Their poetry sometimes is considered as poetry of self-revelation and confession. They want to create their own space and identity in the family and also in the society. They have broken their long state of silence and celebrate womanhood by breaking the bondage of subjugation to create woman’s existence in the society. So many women poets came out to show these like Kamala Das, Meera Alexander, Imtiaz Dharkar, Gauri Despande, Eunice de Souza and so on. In this paper I want to show how Eunice de Souza shows the gender blindness and discrimination that she has experiences in the male dominated society and how she expresses those with the help of irony and images in her poetry.
Key words: Male, Gender, Irony, Female, Ethics 

S. R Selva Joy& H. Deepa

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ENVIRONMENTAL VALUES AND ECO-FRIENDLY PRACTICES OF HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2702/2706

The objective of the study is to find the relationship between Environmental values and eco-friendly practices of higher secondary school students in Tirunelveli District. The sample consists of 324 students of whom 100 male and 224 female students. Percentage analysis, ‘t’ test and correlation are used to analyse the data. The results reveal that there is significant relationship between environmental values and eco-friendly practices of higher secondary school students. 

C. Gobalakrishnan & B.K.Mohamed Ameerudeen

USING OF MOBILE PHONES AMONG THE RURAL PEOPLE IN SALEM DISTRICT OF TAMIL NADU

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2707/2711

Mobile phone is widely used by all the sections of people irrespective of gender, caste, religion, race and nation. In India, this mobile telecommunication was introduced in the year 1994 through establishment of the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) by enactment of National Telecom Policy. Before the establishment of TRAI, the central government provided the service to the general public through landline mode and that too owned by government. But after the establishment of TRAI, the central government opened the door to the private network services to provide best services to the general public. It means that due to the competition, the private companies come forward to provide best services at a cheap rate. This enables the general public to purchase mobile phone on their own and communicate easily as well as quickly with others as they wish. Therefore mobile phone is the part and parcel of everyone’s life and it became an unavoidable instrument for everybody. The present paper is an attempt to study the using of mobile phone among the rural people in Salem District of Tamil Nadu. 

R. Manoharan, R. Ganesan & K. Sabarinathan

IMPACT OF HOSTED SPEECH TECHNOLOGY FOR HEALTH CARE SERVICE PROVIDERS THROUGH CALL CENTERS

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2712/2724

Are the patients (customers) getting connected with the right medical center (people) within the organizations every time they contact? Are call center agents equipped to resolve calls on the first interaction? How do patients (customers) perceive the call center in the service proverdiers’ marketplace; are call center perceived as "easy to do business with"? What is preventing the call center from making every interaction count? Every interaction is an opportunity to wow patients and improve relationships. How interactions are handled is just as important as who handles them. Interactive can help the call center to deliver a superior and reliable customer experience. Whether on premise or in the cloud (hosted), Interactive believers’ of speech technology and expertise to maximize the value of every interaction. Interactive core Technologies include contact center, attendant console, IVR and call recording solutions that support any telephony environment. The market for hosted speech solutions is still less than half that of on premise, but it’s growing at a much faster rate. This past recession hasn’t been good for anyone, but it has forced technology buyers to consider options caller may have passed on when budgets weren’t as lean. The pricing model of hosted solutions, combined with real improvements in flexibility, reliability, and scalability have conspired to boost hosted speech up the adoption chain for many large companies. This article focuses on the economic benefits of rent versus buy and hosted solutions offer health care service call centers, the flexibility of plugging in point solutions, creating hybrid on premise/hosted solutions that extend the life of previous investments, and the ability to improve the patient (customer) experience to more than just the voice channel. 

K. Manikandan & S. Nirmala Devi

A STUDY ON STRESS AMONG ADOLESCENT LEARNERS

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2725/2730

According to Stanley Hall Adolescence is a period of Stress and Storm. The main aim of this study is to find out the level of stress among adolescent learners. The rising numbers of adolescence are suffering mental health related problems because of stress. This study intends to assess the stress in the following four dimensions via Physical stress, Emotional stress, Social stress and Academic stress. 350 adolescent learners (both male and female in the age group of 13-19) studied in various higher secondary schools in and around Madurai City constitute the sample for this study. The Adolescent Stress Questionnaire developed and validated by the investigator and his research supervisor was used for this study. The collected data were analyzed using appropriate statistical techniques. The researcher found that the level of stress among adolescent learners is moderate in nature. There is a significant difference of adolescence learners based on Gender, Medium of Instruction, Location of Residence, Type of Schools.
Keywords: Stress, Adolescent Learners. 

Baishakhi Bhattacharyya

VIOLATION OF WOMEN HUMAN RIGHTS IN TRIPURA AND ROLE OF EDUCATION

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2731/2745

Women constitute almost half of the world population. However, their enjoyment of rights equally with that of men is far satisfactory. Gender differences, customs, traditions, social attitudes etc. are mainly responsible for inequality between men and women. Every individuals of the society have equal rights to live, enjoy to equality and to live peacefully in the society .General Assembly of the United Nations adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on 10th December 1948. This declaration provides that all men and women are entitled to civil, political, social, and cultural rights without any discrimination. The constitution of India also guarantees the equality of rights of men and women. However, in the sphere of women’s human rights in India, there exists a wide gulf between theory and practice. The women in India in general and Tripura in particular very often have to face discrimination, injustice and dishonor. Though women in India have been given more rights as compared to men, even then the condition of women in India is miserable. The paper will focus on the human rights of women in Tripura and that how all the fundamental rights given to the women are being violated in Tripura, by focusing on the various crimes done against them. This paper also makes an attempt to find out the role of education in promotion and protection of Women Human Rights.
Keywords: Human Rights, Violation, Women Human Rights, Human Rights Education. 

Atulkumar M. Parmar

Patriarchy, Feudalism and Colonialism in Sunlight on a Broken Column

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2746/2756

According to Simon de Beauvoir: “The curse that is upon woman as vassal consists...in the fact that she is not permitted to do anything; so she persists in the vain pursuit of her true being through narcissism, love or religion.”1 But Attia Hosain’s respects her religion and thus she is not as radical as de Beauvoir. She mentions her views on religion thus: “To me religion was that… well drawing everybody together. It was never out of my mind that I was a Muslim.”2 So in Attia Hosain’s critique of the patriarchal construction of Muslim society is not directed to Islam, rather she opposes the patriarchy for its interpretation of religion as a tool to perpetuate its domination over women. She firmly believes that by just pushing women out of domestic boundaries does not provide freedom for women but their cerebral imprisonment should be wiped out to enhance them. Though she stays in England, Attia’s roots are indigenous. In order to emancipate women she prefers not to imitate the west blindly but she prefers to expose an association of colonialism, feudalism and patriarchy that suppress women as depicted in Sunlight on a Broken Column.
Key Words: Patriarchy, Colonialism, Feudalism, Partition, Identity 

Syeda Humera

A STUDY OF HEMISPHERIC DOMINANCE AND MATHEMATICS ACHIEVEMENT OF X th STANDARD STUDENTS OF AURANGABAD CITY

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2753/2763

Present research Aims to study Hemispheric Dominance and Mathematics Achievement of X th Standard Students of Aurangabad City. The sample of the study was selected by Stratified Random Sampling method which includes 150 Xth std students of Aurangabad City .Tool used for the research was SOLAT (Styles of Learning and Thinking) developed by Dr.Venkataraman. For Maths achievement scores of SSC exam were considered. Research finding reveals that majority of the students have right hemispheric dominant style of learning and thinking. No Significant difference was found between Mathematics achievement of students with respect to different hemispheric dominant style of learning and thinking. No Significant difference was found between Mathematics achievement of Girls and Boys.
Key words: SOLAT ,Styles of Learning and Thinking , Mathematics achievement , Hemispheric 

Amir Rahimpour & Vahid Reza Mirabi

A SHORT-FORM MEASURE FOR ASSESSMENT OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE INMARKETING EXCHANGES

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2756/2763

Emotional intelligence (EI) is being recognized as a correlate of success in various domains of personal and professional life. The aim of this study is to generate and evaluate a shortened Iranian version of the Emotional Skills based on bar-on instrument for salespeople in Iran.This research examines how sales professionals use emotions in marketing exchanges to facilitate positive outcomes for their firms, themselves, and their customers.The authors conduct this study to examine the impact of emotional intelligence (EI) in marketing exchanges on key marketing exchange variables:Customer orientation and manifest influence and adaptive selling.Finally, results indicate a positive relationship between EIME and key marketing exchange variables.
Keywords: Emotional Intelligence, Marketing Exchanges, Salespeople 

J.Thirumaran & S. Raja

SECURE PACKETS IN WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS BASED ON FREQUENCY-SELECTIVE CHANNELS

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2754/2759

Wireless sensor network faces several unique challenges. The scale, resource limitations, and new threats such as node capture suggest the use of in-network key generation. The wireless channel itself can be used to generate information theoretic secure keys. By exchanging sampling messages during device movement, a bit string is derived known only to the two involved entities. Yet, movement is not the only option to generate randomness: the channel response strongly depends on the signal frequency as well. In this work, we introduce a key generation protocol based on the frequency-selectivity of multipath fading channels. We discuss in this paper how to secure packets in wireless networks.
Keywords: secured packet, wireless sensor network, key generation protocol 

Tonia Grace Ganta

THE STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES OF TASK BASED LEARNING (TBL) APPROACH

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2760/2771

Task based language learning approach aimed at developing the cognitive as well as the communicative skills of language learners and so the language teachers, researchers, textbook writers and course designers welcomed the approach as cognitive skills play a vital role in today’s competitive environment. In order to cater to the demand of the day the text book publishers started labelling text books as task based. Syllabus designers started claiming that their syllabus is based on task based learning, though some of them are not aware of the difference between task-supported learning and task based learning. The present paper seeks to study and present the strengths and weaknesses of Task based learning approach. The factors that contributed to the task based revolution and the different types of tasks that are used in a language classroom are also discussed.
Keywords: Task based learning (TBL) approach, communicative language teaching (CLT). 

Amulya kumar Acharya

COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT AMONG GOVT. AND PVT. HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN RAIPUR DIST. OF CHATTISGARH STATE

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2772/2784

The Education Commission (1964-66) has stated in its report “the destiny of India is being shaped in her class rooms”; But matter is that maintaining and sustaining a great deal of continuity of this very statement there is a need of effective administration and management in schools with quality education. It is said "programs do not produce students achievement, teachers produce student achievement\'. Teachers teach and works in schools that are usually administered by managers often know as principals or Head masters. School administration is itself often part of larger administration units. The condition of teachers working life are influenced by the administration and leadership provided by principals and it is widely assumed that school leadership directly influences the effectiveness of teachers and the achievement outcomes of students.\';\';- OECD,2001,Pont,Nusche and Mooorman 2008.this paper analytically discusses. some basic issues related to administration and management among govt. and pvt. higher secondary schools in Raipur districts of Chhatishgarh . This study has been conducted taking 40 teachers ,10 principals and 10 school managers selected on the basis of random sampling .The findings suggests that the pvt. schools are using latest technological methods ,activity methods ,conducting educational tours , supervising and monitoring routine work of students and teachers significantly than govt. schools .where as no difference found in case of use of laboratory use ,in case of trained teacher appointment ,organising annual sports and games , time table preparation ,In case of fee structure the pvt. Schools are collecting mote fees to maintain the expenses of schools. At last the study. Suggested and encourages the policy makers, researchers, teachers, head masters, school management, parents to show their concern for improvement of Quality education.
Keywords: Administration, Private and Government schools 

S.R.Magare

NEW RECORD OF EXOTIC SPECIES OF A SNAIL, PLANORBELLA DURYI FORM SEMINOLIS IN INDIA.

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2785/2789

The freshwater snail, Planorbella duryi [Burch, J. B., 1982] is a first record in freshwater river Godavari near someshwar, [Maharashtra India.] as an exotic snail. About 28 specimens were collected, observed, photographed and data collected about feeding and behavior. They are found attached to aquatic vegetation and submerged decaying matter. These are slow runners and scrapping decaying matter. Present work provides data on presence, richness, systematics, shell morphology and behavior of a snail, Planorbella duryi. It’s an interesting tiny snail species feeding on dead and decaying matters as well as hydrophytes.
Planorbella duryi is a freshwater snail belonging from the family Planorbidae, generally called as Rams horn snail. The shell of the snail Planorbella duryi is sinistral. These are oviparous and lay eggs in a globular transparent gelatinous mass. They are found tremendous in polluted zone of slow running river water or stagnant water showing temperat re range - C, They prefer to aggregate in water having PH more than 5.8.
Keywords: Planorbella duryi, Someshwar, Planorbidae, Oviparous, Godavari. 

Seema Dhawan

PERCEPTION OF TEACHER EDUCATORS AND PUPIL TEACHERS TOWARDS SUSTAINABILITY

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2790/2803

Sustainability, as a term, evolved from the concept of sustainable development. Sustainability creates and maintains the conditions under which humans and nature can exist in productive harmony, that permit fulfilling the social, economic and other requirements of present and future generations. Sustainable development is high on the agenda in more and more countries in the world during this current era due to significant environment, social and economic problems and opportunities. It is widely believed that higher education is the route to implanting sustainable lifestyles into society and teachers are directly linked to society in many ways. The National Knowledge Commission (NKC) has observed that teachers are the single most important element of the school system and their training is a major area of concern. Therefore, it is important to know that how do teacher educators and future teachers perceive sustainability? What they think toward sustainability and its need in teacher education curriculum. This information provides a sense of pupil teacher needs, wants and expectations for courses that incorporate sustainability topics. In the study, an online questionnaire was also used to gather information. On the basis of result obtained, it is recommended to incorporate sustainability issues/education for sustainable development in various teacher education programs. Keywords: Curriculum; Sustainable development; Sustainability; Teacher education; University. 

Seema Dhawan1 & Vipin Kumar Sharma

Technophobic Attitude among the Students of Senior Secondary Level

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2790/2796

In the era of modernization and advancement of technology, the adaption and supportiveness of technology has always been considered imperative for completeness of education. The fast growing e-learning environment overcomes the limitations of traditional bound class- room learning like availability of physical space, time bound delivery, attentiveness of the recipients etc. the attitude of students occupies central place in learning. The Technophobic and Technophiliac attitude of the students are two extremes on the scale of e-learning. The present paper deals with the technophobic attitude of students studying at senior secondary schools of Yamunanagar district of Haryana. It also highlights the influence of variables like gender, discipline and residing area on their attitude inclined towards technophobic extreme.
Key words: Technophobia, e-learning, Technical jargon, senior secondary students, attitude. 

Manju Gupta & SaritaChaudhary

CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF TEACHERS

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2813/2833

Knowledge is exploding and new technology is emerging so fast putting challenges before the teachers and learners. As India strives to achieve universal primary enrolment (MDG2) and implements the Right to Free and Compulsory Education Act (2009), well-qualified and effective teachers remain at the heart of school reform. The need for adequate preparation and professional development of teachers has been recognized the world over with the realization that the teacher’ conceptions and attitudes play an important role in the teaching learning process. Professional institutions are struggling to find ways of evaluating professional development. This article has two principal objectives. The first is to highlight the skills required for successful, lifelong professional development. The second objective is to suggest strategies and methodologies that can assist in the acquisition of professional development skills. Here, professional development is considered not a product or an outcome - it is a process.
Key Words: Professional Development, Skills, Teacher 

Bijendra Kumar

COOPERATIVE LEARNING: AN INNOVATIVE STRATEGY TO CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2825/2830

Innovation and reform are the two key factors in the development and progress of any education system and its practices and processes. New strategies of teaching and learning are being thought and practiced as most important inputs to bring about qualitative improvement in the education. Cooperative learning is one such approach which makes the students to learn as group to maximize their own and each other’s’ learning. The focus of this strategy is on inter- personal exchange of opinions, intellectual challenge, critical thinking, higher level reasoning-the skills which are highly valued in the age of globalization. It is being increasingly felt that thinking process of students is being suppressed by competitive learning environment prevalent in schools. The cut throat competition encourages negative interdependence. The school curriculum has to aim at not only enabling learners to acquire knowledge. The development of intrinsic values and emotional intelligence of learners are equally important. The cooperative learning helps in all round development of personality if applied systematically.
The paper focuses on the benefits of cooperative learning, provides insights into various cooperative learning strategies, their use in classroom situations and highlights a number of essential elements that must be met for deriving success from cooperative learning strategy. 

Ved Prakash

CREATIVE LEARNING FOR GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2831/2835

 

Prabhjeet Kaur

THE MILESTONES IN THE PATHWAY OF RURAL MARKETING

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2836/2841

 Indian rural marketing has always been complex to forecast and consist of special uniqueness. However many companies were successful in entering the rural markets. They proved that with proper understanding of the market and innovative marketing ideas, it is possible to bag the rural markets. It is very difficult for the companies to overlook the opportunities they could from rural markets. As two-thirds of the Indian population live in rural areas, the market is vast than expected. For the companies to be successful in rural markets, they have to overcome certain challenges such as pricing and distribution. This paper on rural marketing gives examples of two companies who were successful in rural areas with their innovative marketing strategies. They found the way-out for the challenges to become successful. They believed that it is patience which is important to gain loyal customers than entering the rural with aggressive marketing. By introducing the products in to rural markets, companies are not changing customers\' tastes and preferences but their habits which is most challenging and in which case if the customer is dissatisfied, it will become more difficult to regain the trust or may be never possible.

 

Prabhjeet kaur

ROLE OF ICT ON BANKS PERFORMANCE & FINANCIAL INCLUSION OF INDIA

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2842/2857

 Information and communication technology (ICT) has become the heart of banking sector, while banking industry is the heart of every robust economy. Within this context this paper has considered a critical literature review of previous researchers with the objective to examine the impact of Information and Communication Technology on banks performance and financial inclusion of india. This paper also makes of a critical review of peer review scholarly and organizational literature regarding the impact of ICT on banks‟ performance to examine if banks have successfully achieved effective customer‟s service delivery, by providing high level of customer service through online delivery channel, besides operating cost minimization and revenue maximization.

Prabhjeet kaur

THE CHANGING FACE OF INDIAN INSURANCE SECTOR

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2858/2863

 The insurance industry is an integral part of the financial system. An effective financial system ensures liquidity and transparency in price discovery. The main function of insurances is to spread these losses over a large number of people through cooperative efforts. Currently India is a US $ 41 billion insurance industry. Insurance industry has gone a major sea change since its inception. This paper will give an overview about the changing dimensions of insurance sector in India. Effort will be made to bring out changing organization structure and marketing strategies adopted by insurance industry in the present dynamic scenario.

Prabhjot Kaur

LUXURY IS THE NEW BUZZWORD IN INDIA

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2170/2173

 

Bhushan Kumar

THE EFFECT OF IMMIGRATION ON WAITING TIME PROCESS FOR M/M/1 QUEUEING SYSTEM

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2842/2848

 In the present paper an attempt has been made to obtain the distribution of waiting time W(t) for the queue system M/M/1 under the assumption of the immigration effect. The distribution of the busy period and the joint distribution of the length of the busy period and the number of customers served during this busy period under this effect have been worked out.  Keywords: M/M/1 Queueing System, Immigration Effect, Waiting Time Process 

Bhushan Kumar

STUDY OF A QUEUEING SYSTEM WITH A FINITE RANGE SERVICE TIME DISTRIBUTION

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2849/2852

 In the present paper an attempt has been made to analyse a single server waiting line system with finite range model, which is a well known life testing model. 

Sujay Madhukar Khadilkar

ON DOES QUALITY OF WORK LIFE REALLY MATTERS FOR THE ORGANIZATIONS? - THE EXPLORATORY STUDY

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2853/2877

 

Rekha Rani

STUDENT’S PERSONALITY CAN BE DEVELOPED THROUGH WORK

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2878/2882

 

Sumeer Sharma

A STUDY OF THE EFFECT OF HIGHLY SATISFACTORY FAMILY CLIMATE AND HIGHLY DISSATISFACTORY FAMILY CLIMATE ON THE HOME AND HEALTH ADJUSTMENT OF THE STUDENT

Jan-Feb,2015, Vol - 3/16, Page - 2883/2889

The present study explores the effect of highly satisfactory family climate and highly dissatisfactory family climate on the home and health adjustment of the student. A random sample of 250 students studying in XII class of senior secondary schools of district Moga and Faridkot of Punjab were taken as sample for this investigation. The study involves two tools Adjustment inventory (Bell, 1989), Family climate scale (uniyal and Dr.Beena Shah 1982). The data has been analysed by applying t- test on order to find significant difference between highly, Satisfactory and dissatisfactory family climate on home and health adjustment. Finding of the study revealed that significant difference in the Home adjustment of students due to highly satisfactory family climate and highly dissatisfactory climate and significant difference in the Health adjustment of students due to highly satisfactory family climate and highly dissatisfactory climate.
Keyword: family climate, home adjustment, health adjustment, highly satisfactory climate, highly dissatisfactory climate.