JUNE-JULY, 2014

Jun-Jul,2014, Vol - 1/4
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ISSN: 2348-3083
Date: 04-Aug-2014

An International Peer Reviewed

Scholarly Research Journal for Humanity Sciences & English Language


D. Srinivas Kumar & K.Nagaraju

COGNITIVE STYLES OF HIGH SCHOOL MATHEMATICS TEACHERS

Jun-Jul,2014, Vol - 1/4, Page - 425/430

The chief objective of the present study is to profile the cognitive styles of high school Mathematics teachers. It is based on data collected from 72 high school Mathematics teachers. Simple random sampling technique has been used to collect the sample. The Cognitive Style Inventory (CSI) has been used as tool to collect the data. Results indicate that the high school Mathematics teachers possess three types of cognitive styles, namely, split cognitive style, integrated cognitive style, and undifferentiated cognitive style. It has also been found that there exists difference in cognitive styles of teachers based on variation in their gender and types of management of their schools.
Keywords: Cognitive Style, Systematic cognitive style, Intuitive cognitive style, Integrated cognitive style, Undifferentiated cognitive style, Split cognitive style, high school Mathematics teacher 

Kuldip Kaur Grewal

A STUDY OF ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF ADOLESCENTS IN RELATION TO FAMILY CLIMATE

Jun-Jul,2014, Vol - 1/4, Page - 431/437

The purpose of the study was to understand the extent of relationship between academic achievement and family climate of adolescents. Present study was conducted on a random sample of 767 adolescents (460 female and 307 male) studying in 10+1 class in Govt. /Private Senior Secondary Schools of Punjab. There is positive significant correlation between family climate and academic achievement of adolescents. Thus highly satisfactory the family climate, higher is the academic achievement of adolescents. Significant difference exists in the academic achievement of adolescent due to highly satisfactory family climate and highly dissatisfactory family climate. It is also found that academic achievement of adolescent living in highly satisfactory family climate is higher as compared to their counterparts living in highly dissatisfactory family climate. Hence on the basis of these results hypothesis that there will be significant difference in the academic achievement of adolescent belonging to highly satisfactory family climate and highly dissatisfactory family climate is retained. As per the results of the present study significant difference is obtained in the academic achievement of male adolescents due to highly satisfactory family climate and highly dissatisfactory family climate. Significant difference exists in academic achievement of female adolescents due to highly satisfactory family climate and highly dissatisfactory family climate. 

Prem Shankar Srivastava

SPIRITUAL EDUCATION IN GANDHIAN PHILOSOPHY

Jun-Jul,2014, Vol - 1/4, Page - 437/448

The paper deals with the spiritual education with special reference to the Gandhian Philosophy in which Gandhi‟s life and social philosophy influence spiritual education. The paper also deals his truth and non-violence which are the integral part of spiritual education. The paper concludes „spiritual education‟ as “it is education which enhances capabilities, capacities, competencies and skills of the individuals through faith in Universal Spirit, love and sympathy, truth, honesty, non-violence, social justice, patience, toleranence, and wisdom to solve the everyday problems creatively and constructively in the new situation of the socio-psycho-physical environment for attaining ultimate aim of education.”
Keywords: Spiritual Education, Gandhian Philosophy. 

Sajjan Thool

CHANGING ROLE OF TEACHR IN 21ST CENTURY

Jun-Jul,2014, Vol - 1/4, Page - 449/452

Good education requires good Teacher (Agarwal 2000). Education for all, this is a aim for personal development of children. The main objectives are National development, Social Development and personal development. Traditional teaching methods are changed or modified. Teacher and Student, both are interpersonal related in intraction session or teaching. Modern education system is students centered. In that context, Teachers role also be changed. Every Teachers have various roles for transfering the information to learner. Some Teachers are used modern teaching methods in their teaching. The Teacher is expected to promote skills and Comptency litercy and numerracy, Nourish Creativity and Critical abilities, transmit culture and knowledge, Conselling individual to childern, use of Computer in teaching, to develop democracy, Qualitative contribution to preparing curriculum, Ethically well adopter, Use of well expertise for Item writing, Use of Emotional Intellegence for Assessment of Answer of Learner, to Motivate the student for fighting against curption and blindfaith, to ensure students Physical well-being, Key word : Changing Teacher’s role, Teaching strategy 

NiveditaDeshmukh & Mrs. Menka Mishra

A BRIEF STUDY OF THE PURPOSE OF HISTORICAL RESEARCH

Jun-Jul,2014, Vol - 1/4, Page - 453/455

To find out how and why theories and practices have been developed which are now prevail in schools , a study on the purpose of historical research is very helpful. It deals with the significance of education and its interrelationship with school and curriculum. In the said research, a study of Historical Research was conducted. Keywords- Historical, Perspective, Predictions, Facts, Past, Hypothesis 

Mohd Zubair Kales

MID-DAY MEAL SCHEME: A STUDY OF DIFFERENT SCHOOLS OF DISTRICT JAMMU

Jun-Jul,2014, Vol - 1/4, Page - 456/469

 Four important areas are identified for achieving the goal of Education for all. These are Access to Education, Enrolment of children, and Retention of the enrolled children As well as in academic achievement. The Mid Day Meal scheme is an effort to achieve and facilitate these objectives. Various schemes were implemented in the primary education sector by the Government to reach the disadvantaged population. Access to primary education was universalized through flagship programmes of Govt., like Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, however, despite this; a few children are still deprived of Primary Education due to inability of their parents to send them to schools because of their poor economical status. For, these parents, sending their children to school means not only incurring extra financial burden but also depriving them of some money which their children would have earned otherwise by doing labour. That being the attitude of these economically backward parents, one may, perhaps, to motivate the parents and children was to bring their children to school by providing food and nutritional needs. Apart from enhancing school attendance and child nutrition, mid-day meal has an important social value and foster equality. Children learn to sit together and share a common meal; one can expect some erosion of caste prejudices, class inequality and reduce gender gap.

Nasir Mohammad Bhat

THE INFLUENCE OF FAMILY, SCHOOL, AND THE ENVIRONMENT ON MENTAL HEALTH OF STUDENTS

Jun-Jul,2014, Vol - 1/4, Page - 470/484

Like adult disorders, most student adolescent psychiatric problems are now regarded as multifactorially determined; both genetic and environmental factors play a role in their development. This article provides an overview of some of the key environmental elements in that equation. The focus here is on the more general issues that arise when considering the effect of environmental influences on the onset or persistence of psychopathology in students during their early ages.
Key words: Nature and nurture, Risk variables and risk mechanisms, Multiple stressors, Mental Health 

Franky Gupta & Rimplejeet Kaur

INFLUENCE OF TELEVISION VIEWING ON MENTAL HEALTH OF ADOLESENCENTS

Jun-Jul,2014, Vol - 1/4, Page - 485/491

The research was done to study the influence of T.V viewing on mental health of adolescents. A sample of 400 students was randomly selected from different schools of tarn taran city. Sample was divided into two categories, being adolescents who watched T.V less than 2-4 hrs/day were considered, not to be influenced by T.V viewing whereas adolescents who watched T.V more than 5-6 hrs/day were considered, to be influenced by T.V viewing. The purpose of the study was to compare the mental health of these two categories. The results depicted that mental health of adolescents boys and girls did not differ from each other irrespective of their being watching more or less T.V. Overall result showed that mental health of adolescents under the influence of T.V viewing is good as compared to those not influenced by T.V. Parents and teachers, both can derive benefits from this study as they can help adolescents to improve their T.V viewing patterns without ignoring their studies.
Key Words: Influence, Television, Mental Health, adolesencent 

Purshotam

A NOVEL APPROACH CONTAINED IN THE TEACHINGS OF JAINISM TOWARDS EDUCATION WITH RELEVANCE TO MODERN INDIA

Jun-Jul,2014, Vol - 1/4, Page - 491/500

Let us approach Jainism as a sound philosophy of education. New India cannot ignore this now. In this transitory world, Dharma (Truth) is the greatest prop for life. It is Dharma alone, which leads life from misery to happiness, from discord to harmony, from darkness to light, from death to immortality, from bondage to freedom and salvation. Therefore one should ever seek shelter of Dharma (Truth). People of all countries and in all terms have been yearning for two things, firstly true and perfect knowledge and secondly, True Happiness. Despite all our efforts our so-called civilization has, after so long, succeeded in securing to us only a few pebbles on the sea-shore and got for its show-case only a few snapshots of Nature’s vast phenomena. The world of today has become so fastidious that it will not credit anything unless it confirms reason. Nothing will be acceptable the truth of it cannot be verified by means of an experiment; a telescope or a microscope. A true religion, if it is to be sincerely believed, must be scientific.
The problem of problems today is how to stop the struggle between the rich and needy. The people of wealthy sections of society have plenty of food, clothing and bank balances yet they are struggling restlessly Key Words: Novel, Approach, Teachings Jainism, relevance, modern India 

Charanjit Kaur Dhillon

INTELLIGENCE, TEACHING ATTITUDE, ACHIEVEMENT IN GRADUATION AND PERFORMANCE IN B.ED. COURSE OF PROSPECTIVE TEACHERS

Jun-Jul,2014, Vol - 1/4, Page - 501/508

The main objective of the study was to assess the level of prospective – teachers’ intelligence, teaching attitude, achievement in graduation and performance in B.Ed. course. The sample of the study consisted of 525 student – teachers taken from 9 education collages of Panjab University., Guru Nanak Dev University. and Punjabi. University. The study concluded that the achievement of student- teachers at graduation level was quite well and their performance in B.Ed. course also was very satisfactory. Most of the students had average level of intelligence and teaching attitude. A significant difference was found in the intelligence level and B.Ed. marks of the students of the three universities where as there was not a significant difference in the teaching attitude and graduation marks of the student- teachers.
Keywords: Intelligence, Teaching attitude, Academic achievement, Prospective-teachers 

SushilaVijaykumar

TEACHING BUSINESS COMMUNICATION: WORKSHEET FOR THE SHORT FILM SALT ‘N’ PEPPER

Jun-Jul,2014, Vol - 1/4, Page - 509/514

The Internet is a resource-rich environment and can be effectively employed in the classroom. Based on classroom experiences, this paper aims to provide a ready-made, downloadable worksheet to be used in the tutorial classes by the Business Communication teachers.
Without stifling the teacher’s creativity, the worksheet helps to make the tutorial class more interesting by concentrating on one short film Salt ‘n’ Pepper. Easily available on the Youtube and in the national language Hindi with English Subtitles, the short film is additionally useful for learners from the vernacular medium. The short film not only provokes the youth to reflect on their lifestyles but can also test their understanding of the basic concepts of Business Communication in particular and the inequities created by globalization in general.
The scope of the paper can be extended to further LSRW activities and develop the creative, critical, collaborative and communicative skills of the learners who can be asked to experiment with their cell phones by teaming up to create a short film on significant topics in their subjects.
Keywords: Business Communication, Teaching, You tube 

Lata Kumar

VAICHARIKI KE NIRMAN ME SANCHARO MADHYAMONKI BHUMIKA MAHILA UTTAPIDAN KE VISHESH ME SAMAJSHATRIY VISHLESHAN

Jun-Jul,2014, Vol - 1/4, Page - 515/527

 

Jayashri Anil Aayarekar

STRI BHRUNHATYA MAHILA MANAVDHIKARACHE ULLANGHAN EK ABHYAS

Jun-Jul,2014, Vol - 1/4, Page - 528/536

 

Vijay Dhamane

DEVELOPMENT OF HIV/AIDS AND LIFE SKILLS EDUCATION BOOKLET FOR STUDENT TEACHERS AND STUDY ITS EFFECTIVENESS

Jun-Jul,2014, Vol - 1/4, Page - 537/548

The present research study focuses on knowledge and attitude of student teachers towards HIV/AIDS & Life skills Education. The major objectives of the study were, to test and compare the knowledge and attitude towards HIV/AIDS & Life Skills Education w.r.t. gender, locale and Science –Non Science, to study effectiveness of self learning Booklet on knowledge and attitude of student teacher towards HIV/AIDS & Life Skills Education. Multi methods were used for this study. Eight null hypotheses based on the objectives were established. All student teachers (B. Ed. students) from the state of Maharashtra is the population for this study. The simple random sampling technique was used for the selection of colleges while incidental sampling method was used for the selection of includes500 student teachers from the four education colleges located in Pune region. To test the knowledge and attitude, Knowledge Test and Attitude scale (about HIV/AIDS & Life Skills Education), developed by researcher were used.
On the basis of data obtained, its analysis with Mean, Standard Deviation and‘t’ test and interpretation the following are the conclusions of the study. The knowledge of all student teacher about HIV/ AIDS and Life skills Education is good. Knowledge of Science student Teacher regarding HIV/AIDS & Life Skills Education is more than non-science student teacher. The Attitude towards HIV/ AIDS and Life Skills Education of all student teachers is positive. The self learning booklet and CD on HIV/AIDS and Life Skills Education is effective to enhance the knowledge and attitude towards the same. Keywords: HIV/ AIDS, Life Skills Education, Booklet, Student Teachers 

Morris Aparna & Phatak Smita

FOSTERING STUDENT CREATIVITY USING BRAIN-BASED LEARNING

Jun-Jul,2014, Vol - 1/4, Page - 549/560

The right kind of education, proper care and provision of opportunities for creative expression inspires, stimulates and sharpens the creative mind. Good teachers concerned with optimizing student achievement are always exploring different means to do so. Recent innovations in the field of science have allowed an unprecedented look into the way the brain works. The new findings into the working of the brain & its impact on learning have the potential to revolutionize teaching and learning. Brain research has provided new knowledge about the many different ways and situations that can be created for optimum learning. Brain-Based learning has resulted from the educators and researchers applying the the findings of brain-research to better teaching practises and foster creativity. Brain-Based Learning provides the much needed stimulation and nourishment to nurture creativity. Most creative talent, unless it is given proper training, education and opportunities for expressions is wasted. Each child possesses some creative ability and it is for the teachers and parents alike to realize the need of creating an environment conducive to cater to the creative ability of the child.
Brain-Based Learning emphasizes on creating a relaxed environment and providing the students with stimulating and innovative experiences, challenging techniques of learning which involve all the bodily senses that allows them to hypothesize, predict, pose questions, research, investigate, imagine, invent, link old knowledge to the present & form their original concepts. Key words: Brain-Based Learning, Creativity. 

Yogesh Raman Patil

MIXED RESEARCH METHODOLOGY TOOLS

Jun-Jul,2014, Vol - 1/4, Page - 561/564

Mixed research methodology is the most popular methodology among the social science and language research scholars. This paper tries to define mixed research methodology. It also explains the different elements of mixed research methodology in the first part. The second part of the paper is associated with the tools of mixed research methodology namely questionnaire and interview. The paper attempts to explain the different attributes of these tools. KEY WORDS: Mixed research method, Qualitative, quantitative methods, Triangulation Survey questionnaire, Interview

Sabiha More

BENCH MARKING IN EDUCATION INCULCATION OF GANDHIANPHILOSOPHY IN 21ST CENTURY…….

Jun-Jul,2014, Vol - 1/4, Page - 565/571

The name of Mahatma Gandhi transcends the bounds of race, religion and nation- states, and has emerged as the prophetic voice of the 21st century. He is remembered for his passionate adherence to the practice of non-violence and his supreme humanism. After the great Buddha and Jesus he once again demonstrated that non-violence could also be effective instruments of social change. A giant of a man with his frail body, his short dhoti, his walking stick, a khadi shawl over his bare shoulders and his round spectacles. A man whose footprints are found in every corner of this country, a man of the soil, a man who lives India its ethos, its culture, its fabric!Gandhi successfully demonstrated to a world, weary with wars and continuing destruction that adherence to Truth and Non-violence is not meant for individual behavior alone but can be applied in global affairs too. But the saddest part of today’s reality is that today’s generation either don’t know about Gandhi or are not provided enough opportunities to explore Gandhi and his ideologies. The school, the society, the polity, the community somehow does not take into cognizance about making the present generation familiar with the thoughts and ideals of Mahatma Gandhi. So a small little institute named Gandhi ShikshanBhavan in a quiet corner of Juhu, Mumbai is trying to making persistent effort to make the present generation understand the ideas and thought process of the Father of Nation by propagating it through not only words but by action. Gandhi envisioned an ideal society where justice is done “unto the last” and in which institution’s aim is to get the best out of man. We also are trying to promote the same. 

Sheetal Deolalkar & Smita Phatak

SPIRITUAL INTELLIGENCE DEVELOPS INNOVATORS

Jun-Jul,2014, Vol - 1/4, Page - 572/578

Education is a systematic process. It develops personality of an individual in all fields and aspects. It is necessary that education develops innovation quality in students. Innovation is the application of better solutions that meet new requirements in needs. It is something original, new, and important that breaks in a society. An innovator in a general sense is a person or an organization who is one of the first to introduce into reality something better than before. Today, society needs the smart creative and innovative people for survival, betterment of life with peace. The researcher through the stated objectives and the procedure undertaken indicates that the Spiritual Intelligence (S.I.) is one factor which creates Innovators. Spiritual Intelligence gives humans the opportunity to be creative, innovative into modern era. Spiritual realities will look for excellence among the objects, places, relationships and roles every day in education which develop innovators. It is used when one needs to be flexible, visionary or creatively spontaneous. It helps in dealing with existential problems. It gives an insight of what life’s struggles are about. Spiritual Intelligence enables to fight with the problems of good and bad, life and death. The researcher indicates that the spiritual intelligence is one of factors that can be leveraged to enhance the power of innovation. Key words: Spiritual Intelligence, development, Innovation. 

Brijendra Singh Yadav & Ajay Poddar

ICT AT UNIVERSITY LEVEL MANAGEMENT EDUCATION- ONE STEP FORWARD IN SHAPING RIGHT HUMAN RESOURCE OF TOMORROWS INDIA

Jun-Jul,2014, Vol - 1/4, Page - 579/586

Management field is a dynamic, knowledge expanding deals with almost all the new aspects, concepts & experiences of day to day life. In a society of Progression, Management plays a true generous role by exiting people out of ignorance, ill & untrue facts & give them a way to uplift as a Management Personal & Professional front as a whole. The plethora of changes taking place in the field of Management the way back from industrial revolution to post independence era to this modern 21st Century i.e. era of L P G. The economy shifted from more capitalist to mixed & so the need of renovation is desired in this highly transformation field of Management so that the true Manager can be expected tomorrow in this Indian Subordinate. The field of Management is always instrumental to shape any one’s personality that enhances efficiency in all human endeavors. So, the need of the day is to make this education technology enabled or techno-pedagogical that can smoothen teaching-learning process on one hand & achieving the goals of true education on other hand i.e. Generally true corporate-cum-academic leader of tomorrow’s India. The present paper focuses attention on the use of information & communication, technology as a revolutionary instrument in the path of development and improvement of the world of Management education. 

Asha Chhabra

HINDI BHASHA KE UNNAYAN KE LIYE YUNICODE KI ANIVARYATA TATHA ISE LAGU KARANE ME KATHINAIYA

Jun-Jul,2014, Vol - 1/4, Page - 587/591

 

Ajaykumar Ramdas Ingale

ROLE OF CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES IN STUDENT’S LIFE

Jun-Jul,2014, Vol - 1/4, Page - 592/594

The Fundamental aim of education is to make all-round development of a child. The all-round development means Intellectual, Physical, Sensible, Social and Moral development. This all-round development is made possible through education only. Because education plays the fundamental role in making man as Social intellectual, culturally well developed animal. And this is possible through education. To fulfill all these objectives there is need of curriculum, syllabus, textbook but as well as beyond these there is need of co-curricular activities. So in this paper it has been focused the concept and importance of co-curricular activities.
Key Words: Role , co-curricular activities, life 

Ajay Kuar & Ramdas Ingale

AARTHIK VIKASAT MANAV SANSADHANACHI BHUMIKA

Jun-Jul,2014, Vol - 1/4, Page - 595/598

 

D. B. Bagul

A RESEARCH PAPERON“TO STUDY THE EFFECTIVENESS OF EMPLOYEES TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS

Jun-Jul,2014, Vol - 1/4, Page - 596/603

To Study the Effectiveness of Employees Training & Development Program”.The prime objective of research is to study the changes in skill, attitude, knowledge, behavior of Employees after Training program. It also studies the effectiveness of Training on both Individual and Organizational levels. Due to this research we are able to absorb current trends related to whole academic knowledge and its practical use. Such research is exposed us to set familiar with professional environment, working culture, behavior, oral communication & manners. Since the training is a result oriented process and a lot of time and expenditure, it is necessary that the training program should be designed with a great care. For evaluating effectiveness if training a questionnaire has to be carefully prepared for participants in order to receive feedback.

Ajay Kumar & Ramdas Ingale

DR. AMBEDKARANCHE SAMAJIK, AARTHIK SHAIKSHNIK V RAJKIY VICHAR

Jun-Jul,2014, Vol - 1/4, Page - 0/0

 

Ajay Kumar & Ramdas Ingale

SAKRI TALUKATYATIL MADHYAMIK SHALET KARYRAT ASANARYA SHIKSHAK VA SHIKSHAKANCHI MAHITI TANTRA VIDNYANABABATACHI JANEEV JAGRUTICHA ABHYAS

Jun-Jul,2014, Vol - 1/4, Page - 0/0

 

K.C.Biswal & Mr.Rikrak.K.Ch.Sangma

THE ROLE OF MIDC IN THE INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT OF MEGHALAYA

Jun-Jul,2014, Vol - 1/4, Page - 614/631

Meghalaya Industrial Development Corporation Limited is the State Financial Institution, the
Government agency for Industrial and investment promotion in the state of Meghalaya. Formed
in the year 1971 with the objective of promoting, stimulating, financing and facilitating the
development of large and medium scale industries in Meghalaya. During the research study
various unseen obstacles, tasks, problems etc. was encountered. The following are some of the
few limitations of the study: The research was conducted within a short period, only few
information and analysis are made possible. The study is limited to time, The researcher had to
use fact and information already available through financial statement of earlier years and
analyze these to make critical evaluation of available data. Required data for the study are
basically secondary in nature and the data are collected from the audited report of the company
(2005-2010). Financial Institutions are the active players in the capital market. These
organizations provide long-term loans on easy installments to the corporate sector. They help in
promoting new business enterprises for expansion and diversification of the existing companies.
In underdeveloped countries, there is a strong need for the establishments of the financial
institutions because of a large number of industrial organizations exist. 

Khopade Smita Jayendra

NIRANTAR SHIKSHANASATHI GRAMIN BACHATGATATIL MAHILANCHA SAMAJIK ARTHIK KAUTUMBIK PARSHBHUMICHYA ADHARE PRASHIKSHANGARJANCHA SHODH

Jun-Jul,2014, Vol - 1/4, Page - 632/646

 

Barkat Aftab Ahmed Khalid Ahmed

ROLE OF CORRUPTION IN HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATION

Jun-Jul,2014, Vol - 1/4, Page - 643/656

Corruption nowadays has become a global phenomenon which every society faces though its degree of intensity varies from country to country and region to region. Despite human rights long history, there is no single universally agreed upon definition of corruption which can be substantiated. Furthermore, its causes, forms and impacts are diverse and multi-faceted. Understanding corruption by itself is a confusing and diverse undertaking. However, it is accepted and agreed that corruption is injurious to public administration, undermines democracy, degrades the moral fabrics of the society and violates human rights and social fabric of the society. The pain of corruption touches to all the human beings but it disproportionately affects the vulnerable sections of the society since they are weak and prone to ill effects in a notorious way. It reinforces discrimination, exclusion and arbitrariness prevalent in a society. Corruption is a universal problem undermining universal value-human rights that affects poor and down trodden people in a big way. However, on the contrary, guarantying human rights to each strata of society whether rich or poor in general and ensuring non-discrimination and participation in particular are useful preventive tools for corruption as they ultimately empower the society and create social accountability. The article explores the relationships between corruption and human rights in a broader way. It is argued that, the struggle to promote human rights and the campaign against corruption share a great deal of common ground since they intersect with each other. Both are struggling for the orderly and decent life of humans rooted in dignity and equality which is desired by all the human beings throughout the world. The article concludes the discussion by asserting that a concerted and inclusive approach is essential to overcome the problems of corruption and the violations of human rights prevalent universally.
Key Words: Human Rights Activists, Corruption. Human rights, Human Dignity, Vulnerable Sections of the Society, Anti-Corruption Activists.