JUNE-JULY, 2015

Jun-Jul,2015, Vol - 2/10
Imapct Factor: SJIF 3.189
ISSN: 2348-3083
Date: 04-Aug-2015

An International Peer Reviewed

Scholarly Research Journal for Humanity Sciences & English Language


Neeraj Agarwal

EXPONENTIAL DEPENDENT DEMAND RATE ECONOMIC PRODUCTION QUANTITY (EPQ) MODEL WITH FOR REDUCTION DELIVERY POLICY

Jun-Jul,2015, Vol - 2/10, Page - 2408/2415

This paper derives, production inventory model for exponential dependent demand and cost
reduction delivery policy. Production rate is proportional to demand rate. Mathematical model
is presented to find optimal order quantity and total cost. Numerical example is provided to
validate the optimal solution. Sensitivity analysis is carried out to distinguish the change in the
optimal solution with respect to the variation of one parameter at a time. Mathematica software
is used to find the numerical results.
Keywords: Production, inventory; optimality; exponential demand rate 

Namesh Kumar

CHANGING AIMS OF EDUCATION IN NEW ERA IN CONTEXT TO GLOBALIZATION

Jun-Jul,2015, Vol - 2/10, Page - 2416/2424

The term “Globalization” means integration of economies and societies through cross
country flows of information, ideas, technologies, goods, services, capital, finance and
people. Cross-border integration is multi-dimensional including cultural, social, economic
and political dimensions Globalization brings education to the front lines. An aim is a
conscious purpose which we are apt to set before us. Education is one of the most important
instruments that play their role in Human development. Globalization has created many
opportunities as well as challenges only those nations can benefit from the opportunities
which have acquired the required knowledge and skills. Relevant quality education and
training, predominant in the new environment, promotes a productive and informed citizenry,
and offers opportunities to the socially and economically underprivileged sections of society.
Physical and mental well-being in a holistic and integrated approach towards human
development is very much crucial. Global education is an education perspective which arises
from the fact that contemporary people live and interact in an increasingly globalized world.
Keywords: Globalization, Higher Education, Aims of Education, Teacher 

B.P. Singh

EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES AMONG THE RESERVED AND GENERAL CATEGORY COLLEGE STUDENTS IN RELATION TO THEIR ADJUSTMENTS

Jun-Jul,2015, Vol - 2/10, Page - 2425/2431

The purpose of this study was to examine the educational opportunities of Schedule Castes,
Backward Classes and general category students on level of adjustment. Present investigation
consists of 300 B.Ed./M.Ed. students including boys and girls of each category as per admission
policy of M.D. University, Rohtak. This study reveals that there is significant difference between
reserved category and general category college students on level of adjustment. Sc students are
the least adjustable.
Keywords: Opportunity, Reserved, Adjustment, General, College students 

A. C. Vanjani

RELIGION AND SPIRITUALITY

Jun-Jul,2015, Vol - 2/10, Page - 2432/2445

Religion and Spirituality are the two terms which are deeply debated and discussed terms at
different forums, workshops, seminars, and symposia both at national level as well as globally.
Religion to my mind seems to be created by man whereas spirituality is the science of the soul or
spirit that is created by almighty God or Cosmic Intelligence. This paper would expose the
hollowness of all religion of the world and reflect the pettiness of the religious, dogmas and
rituals which do not have any logical significance or meaning. Religion divides where as
spirituality, Integrates; this would in a nutshell be the essence of the research paper. This paper
is approximately divided into 10 sections which are 1. Concepts of Religion and Spirituality 2.
The soul has no religion 3.Duty and Karma 4.Need for a Living Master 5.Ethics and Morality
6.Brief teaching of great mystics. 

Minakshi Biswal

EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING

Jun-Jul,2015, Vol - 2/10, Page - 2446/2455

The society demands child and activity centered methods. This paper throws light on one of the
learner centered methods i.e. experiential learning.
Key Words: Kolb’s Cycle, Learning, Experiential, Conceptualization 

Ajaykumar Ramdas Ingale

MANASSHASTRACHE VIVIDH SAMPRADAY : VARTANVAD

Jun-Jul,2015, Vol - 2/10, Page - 2456/2461

 

Fredrick OkeyoOgilo

DETERMINANTS OF BEAR MARKET PERFORMANCE AT THE NAIROBI SECURITIES EXCHANGE IN KENYA

Jun-Jul,2015, Vol - 2/10, Page - 2462/2479

This study sought to establish the determinants of bear market performance by taking a survey of
investors at the Nairobi Securities Exchange. Convenient sampling technique was used to
administer questionnaires to respondents. Data was analyzed by the use of descriptive statistics
and correlation analysis was carried out to determine the relationship between the variables. A
logit regression model was employed to analyze the independent variables and their effect on
bear market performance. The Pearson Moment correlation analysis showed that bear market
performance was weakly associated with transaction costs and financial literacy while the
relationship between bear market performance and mobilization of resources by retail investors
as well as cultural values was largely insignificant. The study recommends that further research
should be carried out on the economic cycle and its influence on bear market performance.
Key Words: Bear Market, Transaction cost; Mobilization of resources; Retail Investors;
Cultural values 

Ranjan Bala,

JOB SATISFACTION OF SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS IN RELATION TO LEADERSHIP STYLES OF PRINCIPALS

Jun-Jul,2015, Vol - 2/10, Page - 2480/2487

The present study was conducted to study the job satisfaction of senior secondary school
teachers in relation to leadership styles of principals. Descriptive survey method was used in the
present study to obtain pertinent and precise information. The sample of the study comprised of
400 teachers selected from Una, Kangra, Hamirpur and Bilaspur district of H.P by employing
multistage sampling technique. Self constructed scales for Job satisfaction and leadership styles
were used to collect data. The findings of the study revealed that (1) The majority of the teachers
i.e. 45% perceived their principal’s leadership style to be moderately effective. More effective
leadership style was reported by 18% teachers whereas 13% teachers perceived their principals’
leadership style to be the most effective. Further the less effective leadership style was perceived
by 11.5 % teachers; whereas only 12.5 % teachers perceived their principal’s leadership style to
be least effective. (3) There existed significant relationship between job satisfaction of senior
secondary school teachers and leadership styles of principals. (4) There existed significant
relationship between job satisfaction of male teachers of senior secondary schools and
leadership styles of principals with respect to gender, locale and stream.
Key words: Job Satisfaction and Leadership Styles 

Munnazza Afreen Ansari & Shefali Pandya

DEVELOPMENT OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE COMMUNICATION SKILLS IN B.ED STUDENT

Jun-Jul,2015, Vol - 2/10, Page - 2488/2498

This paper attempts to study the interactive effect of socio economic status and the
instructional programme on English Language Communication Skills of B.Ed. students. For
this purpose, an intervention programme based on English language communication skills of
about 40 hours was developed for B.Ed. students. Socio economic status inventory of Patel
1997 was used to measure SES of B.Ed. students. A structured evaluation rubric was used to
measure English language communication skills of student-teachers. The participants of the
study included 70 B.Ed. students in the experimental and control groups each. The
experimental group received the intervention programme whereas the control group did not
receive any such programme. The data were analysed using ANCOVA. It was found that the
instructional programme was effective in enhancing English language communication skills
in B.Ed. students. The effect size of the intervention programme on the English language
communication skills in B.Ed. students was found to be 8.85which is high in magnitude.
Key Words: communication skills, English language, Socio-Economic status (SES) 

Shaikh Kashefa Anjum

A STUDY OF EFFECT OF CONCEPT ATTAINMENT MODEL ON ACHIEVEMENT OF GEOMETRIC CONCEPTS OF VIII STANDARD RURAL AND URBAN STUDENTS OF AURANGABAD DISTRICT

Jun-Jul,2015, Vol - 2/10, Page - 2499/2507

 The Objective of the Current study is to study the effect of concept attainment model and
traditional method of teaching geometry on the geometric concept achievement of rural and
urban students of Aurangabad district. Mathematics is the core subject in high school
curriculum and geometry is the core of mathematics. Because of the abstract and conceptual
nature of geometry it requires special method of teaching. It has been felt that in spite of
strenuous efforts of mathematics teacher, students fail to grasp the certain concepts of the
subject which lead disinterest among students towards mathematics in general and geometry in
particular. Experimental research method was used for present study. Tool used for the research
self prepared geometric concept lesson transcripts of geometry and lesson plans of traditional
method and for post test standardized ‘Geometric concept test’ by S.C. Gakhar. The present
study reveals that there is a significant difference between concept attainment model (CAM) and
traditional method on the achievement of students in understanding of geometric concepts. Of
these methods concept attainment model is more effective than traditional method. And students
significantly differ in their concept achievement interestingly there is no significant difference in
rural and urban students when taught by traditional method.
Key words: Concept Attainment Model, Geometry, Traditional Method.

Nazia Tabassum

A STUDY OF CORRELATION BETWEEN EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND JOB SATISFACTION OF SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS

Jun-Jul,2015, Vol - 2/10, Page - 2508/2513

Satisfaction is an essential factor in any profession unless a man is satisfied with his job; it is
very difficult for him to carry on his duties honestly and efficiently. Job satisfaction is the
result of various attitudes of an employee towards his job. These attitudes are related with
specific factors such as salary, service conditions, advancement opportunities and other
benefits. In case of job satisfaction of teachers, there are certain other factors also, which are
important such as intrinsic aspect, and rappot with students. Teachers are a role model for
students on how to regulate emotions appropriately in the classroom. Teaching is an
emotional practice which involves emotional relationship, emotional understanding and
emotional labor. Hence in the present research, the researcher aimed to study and correlate
the emotional intelligence and job satisfaction of teachers teaching in secondary schools. The
sample selected for the study included 75 Urdu medium secondary school teachers of
Aurangabad city and the technique used for selecting the sample is Random Sampling
Technique. Tools used for the researcher are Emotional Intelligence Scale (EIS) for teachers
by Dr. Mrs. S.M. Sungoh and Job Satisfaction (DJSS) for Primary and Secondary School
Teachers by Dr. Mrs. Meera Dixit. Research findings revealed the level of Emotional
Intelligence of secondary school teachers is Moderate whereas their degree of Job
Satisfaction is found to be good. Further findings revealed that there is negligible positive
correlation between Emotional Intelligence and Job Satisfaction of secondary school
teachers.
Key Words: Emotional Intelligence and Job Satisfaction, secondary school teachers 

Imrozpreet Singh

THE STATUS OF HOUSING OF SLUMS IN KOTKAPURA CITY

Jun-Jul,2015, Vol - 2/10, Page - 2514/2523

The housing status of slums in Kotkapura is very poor. They have not proper shelter for them.
They live near the railway tracks and road banks in kaccha and semi kaccha houses. They are
not able to fulfill their basic needs like food, cloths etc. The study emphasis about the sanitation
conditions of slum clusters, the unhygienity prevail due to open urination and excretion. They
have not able to access the basic household amenities.
Keywords: Housing, Household Amenities, Slums, Kotkapura 

Abhijit Sahoo & Tusarkanta Pattnaik

MADHUSUDHAN DAS: THE CATALYST OF MODERN ODISHA

Jun-Jul,2015, Vol - 2/10, Page - 2524/2531

The present work is a humble attempt to enumerate and highlight the pioneering work of
Madhusudan Das in the three issues which mainly occupied his attention, Unification of Odia
speaking areas, Liberation of Odia women and Economic progress of Odisha. Hence to justify
his work here it is narrated that Madhusudan Das was the soaring character whose contribution
to the making of modern Odisha is many sided. Possessed immense courage and fearless mind he
practised what he believed. He devoted his entire life to the cause of Odisha’s welfare. He
worked hard all his life for the political, social, intellectual, economic regeneration and
upliftment of Odisha.
Key Words: Odia speaking areas, liberation, economic development, Odisha, political,
upliftment. 

Bilosh Devi & Lilawati

SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOLONKE AVASIY EANV GAIR AVASIY VIDYATRIYONKI SHAIKSHIK TANAV KA YULNATMAK AVHAN

Jun-Jul,2015, Vol - 2/10, Page - 2532/2539

 The present work is a humble attempt to enumerate and highlight the pioneering work of
Madhusudan Das in the three issues which mainly occupied his attention, Unification of Odia
speaking areas, Liberation of Odia women and Economic progress of Odisha. Hence to justify
his work here it is narrated that Madhusudan Das was the soaring character whose contribution
to the making of modern Odisha is many sided. Possessed immense courage and fearless mind he
practised what he believed. He devoted his entire life to the cause of Odisha’s welfare. He
worked hard all his life for the political, social, intellectual, economic regeneration and
upliftment of Odisha.
Key Words: Odia speaking areas, liberation, economic development, Odisha, political,
upliftment.

Bilosh Devi & Lilawati

MAHARSHI DAYANAND KI DRUSHTI ME NARI

Jun-Jul,2015, Vol - 2/10, Page - 2540/2545

 

Mrs. Rafia Naz

CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR WITH RESPECT TO ONLINE CUSTOMERS

Jun-Jul,2015, Vol - 2/10, Page - 2545/2554

 Marketing is one of the driving forces for our economy of the country and the world. Like every
other field the field of marketing is also undergoing rapid changes with the advent of the
competition and the technology. One such emerging trend now in the field of marketing is Online
Marketing which has a prominent share in driving the consumers and the economy to the new
heights. Day by Day more customers are getting attracted to online shopping and many
companies are emerging in the business scenario based on online marketing. The companies
which can ultimately remain in the close confidence and win the customers hearts, tastes and
preferences are only going to remain in the competition for very long time. In this scenario this
conceptual paper ultimately tries to study the consumer behavior of the customers who are well
versed in online shopping with all the related aspects.
Key Words: Online, Websites, Click, emerging, scenario

Bharat V. Patil

BETELVINE -A TRADITIONAL CASH CROP OF MAHARASHTRA

Jun-Jul,2015, Vol - 2/10, Page - 2255/2263

Production of betelvine leaves depended on soil quality, variety of plants, disease
management, water management, control of humidity in the betelvine garden and age of the
vine etc. The economic life of the gardens was considered for eight years. In the first year of
plantation, yield of leaves was less. Harvesting of betel leaves in the first year started after 3-
4 months of plantation. Plucking of betel leaves was done according to type of leaves.
Fapada, kalli and hakkal leaves were harvested separately. The genetic name of the betelvine
leaf was derived from Sanskrit word Pippalli. The betelvine leaves were absolutely
indispensable for celebrating marriages, many religious and social functions. All holy days
used betelvine leaves for creating and preserving reciprocity among friends and relatives.
Betelvine leaves sweeten the mouth and remove bad smell of the mouth. It serve as the best
medicine to remove acidity, cough, indigestion and septic etc. Betel leaves were useful for
curing Asthma, Bronchitis etc. People were habituated to chew betelvine leaves to wipeout
uneasiness and exhaustiveness. Mostly betelvine leaves were used by many in regular
intervals to obtain enthusiasm for all functions to do emotionally. The incomes from the sale
of betelvine leaves were sound and attractive to the cultivators throughout the year. Betelvine
cultivators obtained financial support in the whole year to do many other farming functions.
Farmers collected seasonal income from other crops, while betelvine cultivation produced
income throughout the year to the pleasant survival. Majority of the members of the family
were engaged in the plantation, training of vine, provision of manures, fertilizers, water and
plucking of betelvine leaves.
Key words: Gross Income, Net Income, Fapada leaves, Kalli leaves, Hakkal leaves, Dag,
Dappa and Karandi 

Sunil Kalekar

ITEM RESPONSE THEORY (IRT) FOR ASSESSING STUDENT PROFICIENCY

Jun-Jul,2015, Vol - 2/10, Page - 2464/2468

Classical Test theory provides easy approach for assessing students’ achievement but it takes
in to account the overall performance of the student in a given test. It ignores the ability of
student to attempt individual test items. We know that all test items are not of the same
difficulty level. Item Response Theory (ITR) helps us to assess students’ performance in more
methodical way. One can analyze an individual students performance using ITR as well as
one can compare performances of individual students belonging to a group. Based on
parameters ITR models are proposed. The present paper tries to explain some basic concepts
related to ITR. Much more explanation and understanding of this concept is needed before it
can be implemented in present education system. ITR may not be the ultimate solution for
making assessment full proof and accurate but it can definitely provide sound basis for more
scientific and systematic approach for assessing students’ proficiency.
Key terms: Classical Test Theory (CTT), Item response Theory, models of IRT – 1PL, 2Pl, 3
PL, Features of ITR 

Shobha Jadhav & Sunil Kalekar

EFFECTIVENESS OF COMMUNICATION SKILL PROGRAMME IN ENGLISH

Jun-Jul,2015, Vol - 2/10, Page - 2569/2573

The present study is related to the communication skills in English. Researchers found that the
students opted for English method in Marathi medium B.Ed. colleges can’t communicate in
English properly. Hence the researchers developed a programme in communication skills in
English. A pre test was conducted and then 14 hours programme was implemented and then the
post test was conducted in the class. After analyzing the scores of test the programme is found
effective to develop the communication skill of students 

Shobha Jadhav

ENHANCEMENT OF SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE OF STUDENT TEACHERS

Jun-Jul,2015, Vol - 2/10, Page - 2574/2578

The present paper throws light on the concept of social intelligence. Now a day’s new
concept of intelligence has been emerged. It is called multiple intelligence. According to Karl
Albrecht’s simplified interpretation, we can think of human beings as having six primary
dimensions of intelligence- Abstract, Social, Practical, Emotional, Aesthetic, Kinesthetic.
Social intelligence is important for teachers as they have to interact with students , parents
etc. They require high level of social intelligence. The present paper focuses on the concept
of SI and how this SI of teacher trainees can be enhanced.
Key words- Social Intelligence, Dimensions, Enhancement, Activities 

Bapusaheb Ganpat Chaughule

VIDYARTHI ADHYAPANAT SWAYAMMULYAMAPANACHI BHUMIKA

Jun-Jul,2015, Vol - 2/10, Page - 2579/2585

 

Kurhade Shubhangi Suryakant

B.ED. ABHYASKRAMATIL PATHANBABAT-SWAYAMMULYANKAN V SAHAKARYANE KELELYA MULYANKANACHE STHAN

Jun-Jul,2015, Vol - 2/10, Page - 2586/2593

 

Sanjure Deepak Pralhad

GIJUBHAI BADHEKA YANCHE SHIKSHAKANVISHYANCHE VICHAR

Jun-Jul,2015, Vol - 2/10, Page - 2594/2600

 

Zhiwei Chen

THE NEW ANALYSIS OF DIFFERENCES AMONG LIFELONG LEARNING, LIFELONG EDUCATION AND LEARNING SOCIETY

Jun-Jul,2015, Vol - 2/10, Page - 2601/2607

Although the functions and effectiveness of lifelong learning, lifelong education and learning
society have been paid great attention to by the society and people nowadays, there are
always confusions of them in elaboration of them in different occasion. There are lots of
differences among them and it is necessary to make these differences clear with comparing
each pair separately and comparing them generally.
Keywords: lifelong learning; lifelong education; learning society. 

Zhiwei Chen

THE ANALYSIS AND RESEARCHING ON THE ESSENCES OF THE LIFELONG EDUCATION, LIFELONG LEARNING AND LEARNING SOCIETY

Jun-Jul,2015, Vol - 2/10, Page - 2608/2614

The notions of lifelong learning, lifelong education and learning society have aroused great
interests in the academic educational researching field. Therefore, more and more researches
have been focusing on the essences of these three. From each combination of the statements
of these notions, we can get the concrete and detailed analysis on the essences of these
notions.
Keywords: lifelong learning; lifelong education; learning society. 

Mr. Yogesh Patil & Mr. Sunil Kalekar

CIPP MODEL FOR SCHOOL EVALUATION

Jun-Jul,2015, Vol - 2/10, Page - 2615/2619

CIPP model is a popular model for curriculum evaluation given by Stufflebeam. C- Context, IInput,
P- Process and P- Product. The authors believe that the model can be effectively applied
for school evaluation. Context refers to the background, History, goals and objectives of the
school. Inputs refer to material and human resources needed for effective functioning of the
school. Process refers to implementation of different school practices. Product refers to the
quality of students learning and its usefulness for the individual and for society. The paper
focuses on some practical aspects which can be considered while evaluating schools with respect
to elements of CIPP model. The paper explains use of this model formative and summative
evaluation as well. This model can indeed be extended further and could be called Decision/
Accountability oriented evaluation. 

Mr. M. U. Deshmukh & P. A. Khadke

STUDY OF OCCUPATIONAL STRUCTURE IN NANDED CITY

Jun-Jul,2015, Vol - 2/10, Page - 2620/2626

The paper deals with occupational structure of Nanded city from 1961 to 2011.The workers of
occupational categories included in earlier censuses have been re-grouped into nine broad
categories Here the working population which is in different economic activities, these are
divided into nine categories this are Cultivators, Agricultural Labourers, Livestock, forestry,
Fishing, hunting, plantations, orchards and allied activities, Mining and quarrying,
Manufacturing, processing, servicing and repairs household industry, Other than household
industry, Construction, Trade and commerce, Transport, storage and communication, Other
services. The occupational structure of Nanded city is an increase. Occupational structure also
influences the socio-economic development of an area. As regarding to study region, except
some situations, overall working population during 1961 to 2011 showed increasing trend.
Key Words: Occupation structure, working force 

Raut Sunil Raosaheb

A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF R.W. EMERSON’S POEM ‘BRAHMA’ AND NARAYAN SRUVE’S ‘AISA GA MEE’ BRAHMA

Jun-Jul,2015, Vol - 2/10, Page - 2627/2632

The present Research paper is aimed to bring out the comparative Study between the two
Poets: Emerson and Marathi poet Narayan Surave. These tow poets represent two distinct
cultures. While Narayan Surve stands for the oriental culture. They have composed a lot of
poems. Strikingly both the poets composed poem on Brahama, the revitalizing essence the
governing force of this universe. In this paper endeavor has been made to compare the
thought expressed in both the poems and also point out contrasting element in these poems 

Michael C. Pickett

A NARRATOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF JACK LONDON’S THE HOUSE OF PRIDE AND OTHER TALES OF HAWAII

Jun-Jul,2015, Vol - 2/10, Page - 2633/2643

According to Herman (1997), narratologists began investigating narratives and were determined
to achieve a cataloguing system that could differentiate components or, universal “...ingredients
of narrative” (p. 1046). According to Jahn’s model, in fiction narrative the communication
typically lies between the author and reader. While Pickett (2013) applied Jahn’s model to
creative nonfiction, the survey of the literature contained within this study demonstrates various
ways in which authors communicate through their narratives with the readers.
Keywords: Narratological Analysis; Narratological Framework; Narrative Communication;
Free Indirect Discourse 

Deepak Kumar

RIGHT TO HEALTHY ENVIRONMENT IN INDIA: A JUDICIAL PERSPECTIVE

Jun-Jul,2015, Vol - 2/10, Page - 2644/2648

Environment and environmental rights, play a fundamental role in human life and also help in
developing the values for the protection of environment. Entire life on the earth can survive with
the protection and improvement of the environment and in this way right to environment has
emerged as a human right. The Supreme Court and the High Courts in India have played a
distinguishing role in expanding the scope of a meaningful life by applying various issues of
environmental protection, resulting to that the activities posing threat to the natural resources
were shortened. The judiciary in exercising the power of judicial review and developing the
concept of judicial activism and by using the weapon of PIL have protected the individual\'s
inherent right to wholesome environment as a fundamental right under Art. 21 of the Indian
Constitution. Art. 21 has been trusted in a number of cases as a great tool by way of
interpretation, and specifically certain cases have given a wider perspective of the Right to life.
The right to live in healthy environment, including right to clean and safe drinking water, fresh
and clean air etc., is continuing to gain recognition. This paper tries to discuss diverse
ingredients of Indian environmental jurisprudence. Analytical method of research has been
followed in this piece of research. Focus has also been given on the judicial experiences in the
development of right to healthy environment as a fundamental right under Art. 21. The efforts of
various scholars and researchers are also in purview of this work.
Keywords: Environment, Jurisprudence, Right to healthy environment, Right to life. 

Jaspal Singh, Kirpal Singh & Yogesh Sharma

VITAL CAPACITY: ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECTS OF AEROBIC DANCE AND PRANAYAMA

Jun-Jul,2015, Vol - 2/10, Page - 2649/2656

 This paper aims to analyse the effects of aerobic dance and pranayama on vital capacity of
college students. Total Ninety (N=90) students were selected will from Ramgarhia College of
Engineering and Technology, Phagwara; Guru Nanak College, Phagwara and Lyallpur
Khalsa College, Jalandhar as subjects for this study. Further, they were divided into equal
group of thirty (N=30) students. The Group-1 known as Aerobic Dance group, Group-II
known as pranayama group and Group-III considered as control group for experiment. Mean
and S.D. are calculated and analysis of co-variance was applied to find out the significantly
better group through S.P.S.S. Further Scheffee,s test was applied to find out the difference
between the adjusted post-test mean among three groups. The significant level was chosen at
0.05. The findings of study concluded that aerobic dance training and pranayama are very
effective exercises which significantly improve the vital capacity of experiment groups. On
the other hand control groups did not report any type of changes on vital capacity. Aerobic
dance training and paranyama can be used as vital capacity enhancing tool by students. Both
aerobic dance training and pranayama are useful methods which can be helpful to improve
the health of the college students and the society in general.
Keyword: vital capacity, aerobic dance, pranayama, physiological variables.

Sanjeev Kumar

MENTAL HEALTH OF DISTANCE IN-SERVICE TEACHER TRAINEES WITH RESPECT TO POSITIVE SELF EVALUATION COMPONENT OF MENTAL HEALTH INVENTORY

Jun-Jul,2015, Vol - 2/10, Page - 2657/2670

Mental health is something we all need to live our life happily and satisfactorily. It is a feeling of
well-being, happiness, the ability to cope with life’s challenges, to accept others and most of all,
to have a positive attitude towards oneself. This paper deals with the mental health of B.Ed. and
M.Ed. distance in-service teacher trainees of Himachal Pradesh with respect to the positive self
evaluation component of mental health inventory. The study was conducted on 200 distance inservice
teacher trainees of ICDEOL, department of education, HPU, Shimla using Mental
Health Inventory of Jagdish and Srivastava. The researcher has framed null hypotheses for the
objectives. ‘t’ test was used to analyse the data. Male and female distance in-service teacher
trainees were found significantly different in the overall mental health scores. The distance inservice
teacher trainees of B. Ed. and M. Ed. belonging to open category were found high in
their Positive Self Evaluation component of mental health. The distance in-service teacher
trainees of B. Ed. and M. Ed. belonging to nuclear family were found high in their Positive Self
Evaluation component of mental health and overall mental health. It shows the adjustment and
acceptability problems in joint families in this technological period. The researcher has made an
effort to give some valuable suggestions to improve the mental health of the distance in-service
teacher trainees.
Key words: Mental health, distance in-service teacher trainees, positive self evaluation, open
category, reserved category, nuclear family, joint family 

Vaibhav Jadhav & Sanjeevani Sangle

LAMANI MATRUBHASHA ASNARYA VIDHYARTHYANA PRAMANBHASHEKADE NENARYA SETUKARYKRAMACHI NIRMITI

Jun-Jul,2015, Vol - 2/10, Page - 2977/2978