ARIHANT SPECIAL ISSUE 2013

Feb-,2013, Vol - /
Imapct Factor:
ISSN: 2278-8808
Date: 09-Feb-2013

An International Peer Reviewed

Scholarly Research Journal for Interdisciplinary Studies


Chitra Rajuskar

Promotion of Innovativeness in Students

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Bhalchandra Bhave

Need of FDI in Education Sector and Internationalisation of Education

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Dipak Chavan

LESSON STUDY AN URGENT NEED FOR QUALITY TEACHING IN KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY

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Jayshree Anil Airekar

Peace Education and Positive Psychology

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Narendra M. Kadu & Kavita M.Ghughuskar

Podcasting in Teacher Education

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 Podcasting is very much popular in the youths for having recreation and this medium can effectively be used in education. Podcasting provides an additional flexible learning resources for the students. Podcast offers innovative and creative opportunities for academics for enhancing further learning. Thus this paper describes what is podcasting and how podcasting can be used in B.Ed curriculum. This paper may be useful to teachers and institutions in providing multimedia content for students.
The role of teacher education is very important factor in the development of nation. No country can develop until and unless it concentrates on education. The education needs to be of high quality. The quality of education should be higher. Education is right for the every person. As we are aware that India is the country of farmers where main occupation of the people is agriculture and 2/3 of the population resides in villages. India is having a rich heritage of diversities with various religions, languages, culture and socioeconomic status. The school curriculum constructed according to general perspectives of the children that is their age, mental development etc. yet the teacher have to make certain techniques, translation according to region that is rural/urban, students preview knowledge etc. as there is a prescribed & standard curriculum for each class.

PRAJAKTA PETKAR

ATTITUDE OF TEACHER EDUCATORS TOWARDS THE TEACHING PROFESSION AND THEIR JOB SATISFACTION – A CORRELATIONAL STUDY.

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 Job satisfaction represents a combination of positive or negative feelings that workers have towards their work. Although job satisfaction is under the influence of many external factors, it remains something internal that has to do with the way how the employee feels. Job satisfaction is closely linked to that individual\'s behavior in the work place. It is a worker’s sense of achievement and success on the job which is generally perceived to be directly linked to productivity as well as to personal well-being.
Attitude includes person’s way of looking towards the job he is doing. In addition to have attitudes about their jobs as a whole, people also can have attitudes about various aspects of their jobs such as the kind of work they do, their co-workers, supervisors and their pay. The main aim of this study was to find out the current situation of the relationship between the teacher educator’s attitude towards their job and their job satisfaction.
Key words: B.Ed. Teacher Educators, Attitude towards Teaching Profession, Job Satisfaction

Amol Pandurang Mohite

SWAT VISHLESHAN ANI SHIKSHAK SHIKSHNATIL GUNVATTA

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BATHE ASMITA SUHASCHNDRA

Competencies Needed For Knowledge Based Education

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 In 21st Century, the explosion of knowledge has rendered the term up-to-date is outdated Knowledge is changing so fast that only up-to-fraction of a moment is in. In Such era only ‘FIT’ Societies or institutions. i.e. having an ability to ‘adopt’, ’adapt’ & being adapt would survive. Like this only those student, teacher & society with having an ability to ‘adopt’, adapt & being adapt would survive in the knowledge society. School, Student, Teacher, Management & society are the different parts of the Education System. Every part of this system has its own place.
In this paper we will focus on the three main parts of the Education system and their competencies in knowledge society.

MRUNAL SWAPNIL UNDALE

SHAIKSHANIK UPKRAM : VIDYARTHI VIKASACHE SADHAN

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Pushpa Patil

Study of Life Skill’s level

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 B.Ed. is a course that prepares the prospective teachers to teach students of std VIII – XII. This stage is termed as adolescence. As teachers, the B.Ed. students have to deal with such students who are continuously in the state of flux. Adolescence all over the world face many changes and challenges during this phase of life. At this stage it is important to equip them with such skills that will enable them to cop up with the different changes and challenges and thereby succeed in life. Such skills are called as life skills and are considered to be very important in the life of individuals.
The present study was conducted to endeavor the attitude of B.Ed. students towards life skill education. The researcher conducted a short survey on 50 student teachers of Arihant College of Education. The attitude of student teachers was found to be positive.
The focus of this study is to create the awareness of Life skills and to find out the Life Skill level among B. Ed. students. Experimental research methodology has been used for this study and single group design has been used for the research study. 30 B. Ed. students trainee are selected from entire population by incidental sampling method. The life skill scale i.e. pre-test and post-test tools are used for collection of data. The findings of the study are developed Life skill awareness programme enhances the Life skill level among the B.Ed. Students.
Key Words: Life skill, B.Ed. Students

Udgave R.S.

Innovation of engineering education for knowledge society

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 Technology has often been cited as the major Profiving force behind innovation in higher education and for educational reform in a variety of contexts. Modern digital technologies such as computers, telecommunications, and networks are reshaping and eventually revolutionizing both our society and our social and educational institutions. A new society, the knowledge society is thus arising, the elements of which co-existing with the constitutive elements of the industrial and postindustrial society. The most obvious aspect of the new society is the speed of use, application and dissemination of the communication and information technologies, which puts in the shade the fact that there occurs a major transformation of concepts, structures and institutions specific to the previous society. Within the technological context, electrical engineers play a significant role. They develop new design, manufacturing processes and products. They advance and manage communication, transportation, health care devices and energy systems. They adProfess the environmental issues and the make technology work. The electrical engineering activities generate a remarkable potential for the private and the public sectors to develop the national wealth and strength. The chairman of the American National Academy of Engineering noted that “the nation the best engineering talent is in possession of the core ingredient of comparative economic and industrial advantage”.
Key Words : Engineering Education, Innovation Cycle,

Rupali Bhujbal

New Trend in Education – Qualitative Research

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Sudhalakshmi Iyer & Pradnya Deshpande

VALUE BASED EDUCATION

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 The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the current educational system with that of the changes that it needs to bring in for the sake of improvements in the society. This paper deals with some of the changes that education can bring in to the current system to make significant developments in the society and to make it a better place to live. In this paper we are going to see some of the features such as morality , ethical values development and community development programmes which should also be part of curriculum.
The aim of the Paper is to generate knowledge on social development through Education to remove the negativity and evil elements from the society. .It is hoped that the series will provoke new thought and discussion on issues of policy and practice rather than simply reflecting established ideas and positions.

Sayyad Vakeel Ahmad Munaf Ali

Mnemonic system- a special technique and strategy to improve memory

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Sunanda Roy & Lalita R. Vartak

Opinion of B.Ed. Students regarding Cooperative learning.

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 Cooperative learning is a successful teaching strategy in which small teams, each with students of different levels of ability, use a variety of learning activities to improve their understanding of a subject. Many researches have shown the success of cooperative learning for increasing student achievement and motivation in the classroom. However, the present study investigates the opinion of the B.Ed. students regarding cooperative learning on their personal qualities. The responses of the B.Ed. students showed that cooperative learning helped in developing personal qualities like appreciation for others and communication skills among other qualities. Key words: Cooperative learning, B.Ed. Students, personal qualities, opinion.

Bapusaheb G. Chaugule & Pratibha R. Shinde

GLOBALIZATION-CHALLENGES & OPPORTUNITIES IN EDUCATION

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K.K.JADHAV

SHIKSHANATIL AAVHANE ANI SANDHI

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Sushma S. Tirhekar

Innovations in Education for knowledge Society Challenges and opportunities in Education

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Padmavati Vasantrao Phutane

CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR A TEACHER IN EDUCATION

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 Education plays an important role in moulding the character and personality of an individual. Teachers form the nucleus of any system of education. They are one of the main pillars of the society, responsible for educating young people for different occupations. Teachers’ role in education is multi-dimensional. In this age of information and technology the role of teachers has grown immensely. In this context the teachers has to face many challenges. Some of them are discussed in the present paper, eg. use of technology, expansion in the role, students unrest and indiscipline etc.. Also some opportunities are discussed, like, to be an adapter, innovations, research in education etc.

SUSHMA J PATIL

SHIKSHANATIL AAVHANE ANI SANDHI

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MOON VAISHALI DINESH

SHIKSHANATIL AAVHANE ANI SANDHI

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BAPUSAHEB GANPAT CHAUGULE

MANSIK AROGYASATHI SHIKSHAN

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BICHAKULE BHAGYASHRI SHRIKANT

MENDUTIL PAKSHAGHAT HONYAMAGIL KARNANCHA SHODH EK ABHYAS

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CHANDAN SHINGATE, SHOBHA JADHAV MANISHA MOHITE

PRASHIKSHANARTHYANCHE MANSIK AROGYA BIGHADNYACHYA KARNANCHA ABHYAS V TYATIL UPAYYOJANA

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Digambar Durgade & Vijay Dhamane

PROMOTING SCHOOL MENTAL HEALTH IN KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY

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 The present globalize knowledge society is witnessing a paradigm shift from teaching content to competency. In this context school has to play vital role for all round development of a child in the knowledge society. The school environment be promoted for effective traction of curriculum.
School mental health is a growing movement that recognizes the critical role schools play in addressing the social and emotional needs of students.
The study focuses on Allen worth’s and Kolbe‘s (1987) Coordinated School Health (CSH) Program. to promote mental health in schools by addressing the physical, social, emotional, and general needs for student well-being.
The objectives of the study are to understand the concept of mental health. to realize the need of mental health in schools. to know the Structure for Promoting School Mental Health .
The conclusions of the study are : A Mental health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being of a child, mental health promotes the all-round development and well-being of a child, so teacher should play the role of counselor and guardian in the school and for promoting School Mental Health, teacher should try to create healthy environment with the help of Allen worth’s and Kolbe‘s Coordinated School Health (CSH) Program and has to establish the interrelationship between the component of the program.
Keywords: Mental health and Wellbeing, Knowledge society.

Aziz Hussein, Ashwini S. Wadegaonkar & Megha M. Uplane

Mental Health and Academic Achievement of Secondary school students: A study

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 Social health is getting attention recently because of its ill effects on overall community and issues related to sustainability. Social health includes a major area of concern i.e. mental health. A big challenge for mental health improvement is identifying indicators of positive mental health, as opposed to indicators of mental illness. School health is an important branch of community health that is an economical and powerful means of raising the health of the community.
This study focuses on studying the mental status of secondary school students with respect to its six dimensions- student’s Positive self evaluation (PSE), - Perception of reality (PR), Integration of personality (IP), Autonomy (AUT), Group oriented attitudes (GOA), Environmental mastery (EM). The overall mental health is found to be poor. The relationship of mental health and academic achievement is also studied and is found to be positive.
This study thus attempted to find out the academic achievement as an indicator of mental health of the students. To improve the mental health the program can be developed which can take into account the academic achievement of the students.
Key words: Mental Health, Academic Achievement, Secondary School Students

Meenakshi & S. Lakshmi Narayana

Preventive Mental Health Care in Indian Education System

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 Aim of education is holistic development of students which currently prevalent achievement oriented education system in our country is unable to attain, resulting in deteriorating mental health of adolescents. School mental health programme which is not yet given much importance should be compulsory component throughout schooling and should be followed up even afterwards. SMHP can be founded at four levels in which first two levels aim at prevention whereas next two levels aim at remediation. Focus should be more on prevention although remediation should also be ensured. For implementation of SMHP there are certain prerequisites to be fulfilled.
Key words: Mental health, adolescents, SMHP, Prevention, Remediation

SAGADE SAVITA SHIVAJI

TAN VYAVSTHAPAN V MANSIK AROGYA

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Usha Prakash More

Education for Mental Health: Innovation in Teacher Education

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JADHAV ANIL MAHADEV

MANSIK SWASTHYAKARITA SHIKSHAN

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Anita Jagtap, Rameshwari Shende, & Kavita Padmawar

A Study of the Mental Health Status of Secondary Level Students

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 The present study aims at studying the mental health status of the students of secondary level. Survey was conducted on 200 students selected through incidental sampling. Questionnaire was used to collect the data & percentage was used for data analysis. From the study, it was revealed that many of the students are facing problems in managing anxiety (Generalized Anxiety Disorder). Some students face the problem of separation anxiety (Anxiety Disorder). Few students also have the problem of mood disorders (MD) and behavioral problems. A very few students had the characteristics of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), opposition defiant disorder (ODD) and conduct disorder (CD).
Key words: Mental Health, teacher, student

ANITA M SHELKE & N.M.KADU

SHIKSHAK PRASHIKSHNARTHICHE MANSIK AROGYA EK CHINTAN

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B.D.MASHERE

MAHAVIDYALAYIN VIDYRTHYANCHYA TAN VYAVSTHAPANACHA ABHYAS

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Sonawane Madhuri & Pol Ranjana

EDUCATION FOR MENTAL HEALTH

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SANJAY BABAN DEVKAR

MANSIK AROGYA ANI SAMAJIK AROGYA

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DESHMUKH SUSHMALA GULABRAO

VIDYARTHYANCHE MANSIK AROGYA V SHALECHI BHUMIKA

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SUVARNA PRAMOD GAIKWAD

EDUCATION FOR MENTAL HEALTH

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 Mental health is one of the important factor in all round development of a student. People who are mentally healthy are in control of their emotions and their behavior. They are able to handle life’s challenges, build strong relationships, and recover from setbacks. This article will focus on the different aspects of mental health, theoretical background of emotions, effect of emotions on behavior, mental health of students and supportive efforts that should be taken by schools and teachers for development of mental health of students.

Kamble Vijay Nagnath

EDUCATION FOR MENTAL & EMOTIONAL HEALTH

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 Emotional health and Mental health are the two parts of physical health. Both affect each other. Mental experiences like emotions, sensations, feelings and moods have strong subjective qualities like pleasure or pain. Emotions are of two types: positive emotions e.g. love, sympathy, hope, curiosity and negative emotions e.g. anger, hate, grief, fear, etc. Mental health problems can affect the feelings, thoughts, and actions and cause difficulties on daily activities, whether at school, at work or in relationships. A person who has good mental health has good emotional and social well-being and capacity to cope with the changes and challenges. In today’s modern era, rapid industrialization and well developed modern social system, an individual often fails to maintain a balance between himself / herself and his / her social environment. Every person has certain needs, need for affection and love, need for safety and security and so on. An individual tries to establish a balance between her/his needs and her/ his capacity for realizing these needs. As long as this balance is satisfactorily maintained, the person remains adjusted and his mental health is retained. But when this balance is lost she/ he drifts towards maladjustment. The World Health Organization defines mental health as a state of well- being in which an individual realizes her/his own abilities, can cope with normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to her/his community.

Madhuri Isave

Collaborative Efforts in Internship Program: A Study

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Damle Seema Vivek

Application of Co-operative Learning Approach for Triangle Construction

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 Application of co-operative learning approach for triangle construction. Cooperative learning is more elaborate than group work activity. If we train our students to work effectively in groups, the results can be a very productive and fun learning environment. Objectives: 1) to implement co-operative learning approach for learning triangle construction 2) to study the effectiveness of co-operative learning approach for learning triangle construction research methodology Sample 60students of 9thstandard from modern high school, pune. Scope and limitation- this research is applicable for 9th std. Students. Research is limited to modern high school 60 9th std. Students in pune. Methodology- experimental tools - a) pretest-post test b) programmed learning material. Yield of research through this research researchers will try to study the effectiveness of co-operative learning approach.

Pornima Ganesh Kadam

Cooperative efforts in Teacher education with Special Reference to English Language Reading Skill

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 Experiment for language….
English being a compulsory language at all levels of education and life. For effective teaching of English training must be provided in teacher training colleges. Language skill learning can be made effective through cooperative learning techniques. Here researcher tried to study effectiveness of cooperative efforts for English language listening skill training. To attain the objective the experimental design researcher has used is single group pretest posttest design. Achievement test, observations and students opinions are tools of data collection. Quantitative data was analyzed through graph and for qualitative data analysis quantifications were used. Finally conclusions were made.
Key words: Experiment, language skill, cooperative efforts

Sangita Nandkumar Shirode

Constructivist Teaching-Learning Strategy Regarding Microteaching of Student Teachers

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Gayatri Reddy, Mumtaz Shaikh

Experiments in education- Home schooling

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 From our study of history, we know that from time to time, humanity goes through momentous changes and every time education takes a huge step forward. These too are times of change and experimentation and amongst the experiments being done in education; the one that needs to be looked at seriously is the phenomena of home schooling. Our present schooling system has not been effective enough to give us the education that we really needed and a survey has rightly caught this emotion saying today’s schooling has resulted in “ greater degrees and lesser jobs, greater sites but lesser social interactions and rising depression and student suicides in India” as cited by the NHRC and SIDH report 2009-10. And hence, many parents are now looking at alternatives like homeschooling. This paper sees the holistic view of the homeschooling phenomena , from what it means to what is the curriculum to its pros and cons and future prospects and finally a few concluding thoughts.
Key words- Homeschooling, holistic education, alternatives, experiments in education.

Borate Manoj & Uplane Megha

EMOTIONAL MATURITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME AND ITS EFFECT ON STUDENT TEACHER’S FAMILY RELATIONSHIP

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Pravin Kulthe & Sujata Adamuthe

Study of Effectiveness of Program about Practical Skills in Science on Second Year Student Teachers from D. T. Ed

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 Students–teachers in D.T.Ed. are from three faculties -Arts, commerce and science. Student teachers from science faculty are know much more thing about science practical skill than arts and commerce student teachers. Today’s world is a scientific world therefore students at primary level must have a scientific attitude. Primary level is a base of future educational building, and D.T.Ed. student teachers are prepare for a future ideal pillar of our nation. Therefore researcher needs to do research.
Researcher used mixed method. Achievement test in the form of practical work is used for data collection. Mean, t test & F test are used as statistical tool.
Keywords: Practical skills in science, science practical handbook,

Sandip Dnyandeo Mulay

A STUDY THE EFFECTIVENESS OF CO-OPERATIVE EFFORTS ON THE PRACTICAL ACHIEVEMENT OF THE STUDENTS

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 We are being in 21st century. Still we are known as a social animal. We are never being in this world lonely. Society and sociality is a part and need of our life. Our life is depending on each other. We always think that two is good than one. In this way we can confidently say that Quality of task done by co-operative way could be better than work done by individual way. Some tasks will be done better by co-operation. In B.Ed. course regarding Pune University Students have compulsory to complete the twelve practicals depended on six theory Subjects. Out of all B.Ed. Students some students are done same practicals individually. After evaluation researcher found that practical done by few students is extreme. But improvement should be needed in practical of most of the students. Researcher found that quality of practicals done by B.Ed. Students should be better. Researcher focusing on concern problem through this research. As a solution of this problem researcher drown the plan of co-operative efforts. In this study researcher check the effectiveness of co-operative efforts according to practical achievement of the Students.

Anita M. Belapurkar, Smita Phatak & Sanjeev Sonwane

DEVELOPING INCLUSIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM FOR SCHOOL TEACHERS

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 Survey of various studies conducted on inclusive education in India & abroad helps to understand more about inclusion & its importance today. Present Research focuses on developing a program in Inclusive Education. Objective of the research is to design, develop and test the effectiveness of a Knowledge Based Program in Inclusive Education (KBPIE) for school teachers. KBPIE has been developed and administered to the sample of teachers. Single group interrupted time series design was used to test the effectiveness of the program. Stastical analysis i.e. the t value from pre-test (O2) and post-test-2, retention test (O4) indicates that the Knowledge Based Program in Inclusive Education (KBPIE) for Teachers teaching at higher primary level is significantly effective. It will definitely help teachers, teacher educators in guiding the teacher trainees about inclusion of differently abled students. It can be one of the effective programs for schools to plan for training of their teachers about inclusive education.

Gauri R. Varade

Graphic Organizers in Teaching-Learning Process.

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 Graphic organizers (some of which are also called concept maps, entity relationship charts, and mind maps) are a pictorial way of constructing knowledge and organizing information.They help the student convert and compress a lot of seemingly disjointed information into a structured, simple-to-read, graphic display. The resulting visual display conveys complex information in a simple-to-understand manner. According to many researchers, graphic organizers are the useful for teaching as well as for better learning. Thepresent study focuses to find out the opinions of the B.Ed. students regarding the use of graphic organizers in teaching-learning process. The responses of the B.Ed. students showed that graphic organizers are useful to make teaching-learning more effective. Key words: Graphic Organizers, Teaching-Learning Process, B.Ed students, Opinions.

CHAVAN KALPANA SWAMIRAO & SANJEEV SONAWANE

DEVELOPING TRANSFER OF LEARNING APPROACH USING CONCEPT MAPPING FOR SCIENCE IN EIGHTH STANDARD CLASSROOM

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 Can we use Transfer of learning approach for eighth standard classroom? If so, should we use Concept Mapping for this? We have this curiosity in mind so we can develop Transfer of learning approach using “Concept Mapping” for Science in eighth standard classroom.Apperception theory of transfer is based on the concept Apperception which is a process of relating new ideas to store of old ones. When a student sets himself means self-evolving to learn a subject, a new idea, facts, principles and performing activities or to get experience he learns it by assimilating it with ideas or experiences already acquired and present in his mind in the form of Apperception masses. On the basis of this theory for Science learning we can use Concept mapping. In this paper attempt would be made to describe how Concept Mapping is useful for transfer of learning. KEY WORDS: Transfer of learning approach, Apperception theory of Transfer, self evolving, apperception masses, concept mapping.

Lokhande G.D. & Khurana R.R.

The study of self concept among adolescence girl students.

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 The basic feature of human personality is self awareness. It has created positive angle towards our self. We see the world as a third person as like we see our self. The person tries to know himself that time he wants to know who I am. What are my qualities, interest, abilities and limitations? Every person has his personal identity and also includes his habits, likes dislikes, emotions, aptitudes, abilities, nature, various interests etc. It helps him to identifies himself and evaluate that is called self concept. Researcher used mixed method In each first is survey second is product research method and third is experiment research method.
Keyword: Adolescence girls, physical self, social self, temperament self, educational self, moral self, intellectual self, self Concept, developed self concept and training program.

Namita S. Sahare

Implementation & impact of life skill development programme among adolescents.

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 The current scenario of adolescent revealed by increased depression, increased suicidal rates, increased drug use is the clear indication of the challenges that adolescents faced. Information overload, mixed messages from media, press, teachers, and family and from society at large add to the confusing scenario of the assimilating young mind. No doubt that they are at risk because they lack social support to seek accurate information and services. Thus providing an experience that would strengthen adolescent’s coping abilities to counter environmental stress and disadvantages with which they sometimes have to cope with while experiencing is an essential need. The purpose of this study is primarily to study the impact of life skill, LS development programme.

Pravin Kulthe & Bhagawan Dhage

Study of Effectiveness of Action Program of Emotional Intelligence In Student.

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 Emotional intelligence plays on important role in shaping personality. The things like to handle own emotions, to controlled those emotions, to identify other emotions, to have trust on our self are related/indicated to emotional intelligence. Students are unknown to the qualities they have and as a result due to heavy loud of acceptations student faced stress and eventually this stress in to increase of students subsides. If the students is emotionally strong then he can controlled himself in any circumstances. Therefore Emotional maturity is master key to successful life. Therefore researcher need to do research.
Researcher used experimental method. Experimental method is used for Study of effectiveness of action program of Emotional intelligence in student. Standard Emotional test is used for data collection. Mean, t test are used as statistical tool. Student teacher gave good response about program implementation.
Keyword: Emotional intelligence, self-awareness, Motivation, self-regulation, empathy, social skill.

Shubhada M. Pathak

To Enhance the Quality of Teacher Education Through Brain Storming Technique

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 Team work & team efforts are essential in 21st century .Effort of only one individual is not Sufficient for future success in life. That’s why Brain Storming Technique is very useful. Itrefers innovative ideas & various thoughts; known as divergent thinking. If we want to improve the quality of teacher education; it will be essential to give the training of team work &training of divergent thinking to “ would be teachers.”So there is a need to make use of Brain Storming Technique on student –teachers.

SANGITA DESHMUKH

MAHAVIDYALAYIN STARAVAR MARATHI VISHYASHI SAMBNDHIT AVHANE ANI PRAYOG

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Khushal L Mundhe & Surendra C. Herkal

Life Long Learning : Progression from pedagogy to Andragogy then to Heutagogy

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 Learning throughout life is a common sensical principle nobody will argue about. What is presently being contested and interrogated is lifelong learning as an educational principle that has to be contextualized in the age of globalization in the 21st century It should be recognized that both “education for all” and “lifelong learning for all” should be for all, that is, for the entire world population. The concept of lifelong learning shifts responsibility for education and learning to the individual, focusing on the development of individual capabilities and the capacity to learn; it implies a shift from traditional education institutions to diverse learning opportunities that are more process and outcome oriented. This Paper suggested that heutagogy is appropriate to the needs of learners in the twenty-first century, particularly in the development of individual capability
Keywords: Lifelong Learning,Pedagogy, Andragogy, Heutagogy.

KHODASKAR MANGALA RAMESH

AAJANM SHIKSHAN

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KASTURE PADMAJA BHALCHANDRA

AAJEEVAN ADHYAYAN

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BHALERAO REKHA PRAMOD

AAJEEVAN ADHYAYAN

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Hasina Shaikh & Gargee Mitra

Identifying team roles for Life Long learning

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 The term life-long learning means, the emphasis is on the ability to keep learning for a lifetime and this term implies to both teachers and students. The teacher acts as a facilitator who facilitates learning for the students. Thus todays educational institutions are the hub of the nation’s aspirations and growth and are crucial as a contributor to life-long learning. But we cannot but forget that the institutions important backbones are their human resources and the quality of staff is a very important key to institutional effectiveness. Employers in the job market are always on the lookout for efficient staff who can deliver the best results and of the various skills and abilities expected by the employers one of the most desired one is working effectively in a team.
This research paper concentrates on the different team roles that are required for effective functioning of the team. The data has been gathered from the responses given by the undergraduate students of B.A. using a rating scale. Key Words: Team roles, Life Long Learning

RUBINA ATTAR

LIFELONG LEARNING

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 Lifelong Learning defines life. Develop a passion for learning and you will never cease to grow. In Traditional learning the teacher is the source of knowledge IN LIFELONG learning Educators are guides to sources of knowledge. Learning in the 6 – 24 age groups is the holistic development of learners in four aspects, namely: physical, intellectual, social capacity, emotional and mental development. Individuals in the 25 – 60 age groups can learn informally during their working lives through the use of instructional media. Learning in the 60+ age group is termed as auto andragogy, from pedagogy, an adult who tutors himself. Lifelong learning is economically criticized “Lifelong (L)Earning” and “Learning to Earn” as their succinct criticism of the way the term is being promoted. Lifelong learning\'s core values of learning, exploring, and serving, coupled with benefits for the mind; body and spirit make it an incredibly powerful tool for personal transformation and enhancement.

Kedare Samadhan Kashinath

LIFELONG LEARNING

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 Education is the lifelong learning process. Educational process should be changes from education to lifelong education/learning. Lifelong learning is necessary for updating all kinds of abilities, interests, knowledge and qualifications from the pre-school years to post retirement which promotes the development of knowledge and competences that will enable adaptation to the knowledge-based society and also valuing all forms of learning. This paper includes meaning, stages, characteristics of lifelong learning & learner, comparison between traditional and lifelong learning, benefits and limitations of lifelong learning. Key Words: lifelong learning, Lifelong learning in a learning society; education.

SANDIP BHONJEEBA GOLHAR & ANURADHA GANGADHAR SANGALE

AAJANM ADHYAYAN

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Shanti Pise

LIFE LONG LEARNING: THE EDUCATION FOR FUTURE

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Sunil Kalekar & Yogesh Patil

Life Long Learning and Constructivism

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WAGHMARE JITENDRA HIRAMAN

AAJEEVAN SHIKSHAN

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PRAKASH JAGTAP

DNYANADHILTHIT SAMAJASATHI AAJANM SHIKSHAN

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Vikas Mane

Right to Education in India – Implementation Issues

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 Right to Education is a revolutionary deviation and an acknowledgement of a maturing democracy, of sensitization of human dignity. So this act is worth a celebration.
Significant Aspects of Right to Education-Limited age-group (6-14) under RTE;The Non-Detention Policy;The issue of financing the Right to Education;Neighborhood Admissions for 25 percent;Monitoring of RTE; Pupil-Teacher Ratio; Socio-economically and physically challenged pupils. These are the issues which may face implementation problems.Under the RTE we should improve the quality and quantity of public educational institutions. In India our development goals make up of quality, quantity and also equality defining the varied socio-economic spectrum of our society7.
Ultimately it can be said that the core of the right to education relates to its substance, which differs from education itself. Effective and transformative education should be the result of the exercise of the right to education, which is a universal human right.

Bhagyashree Dudhade & Swati Kale

Right To Education Act implemented: Challenges still remain

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 Education is a human right and essential for realization of all other human rights. It is a basic right which helps the individual to live with human dignity. It promotes individual liberty, empowerment and all round development. Yet millions of children all over the world remain deprived of educational opportunities, many as a result of poverty, social customs, political instability, terrorist activities, internal disturbance, wars, defected policies and corruption. Normative instruments of the United Nations and UNESCO lay down international legal obligations for the right to education. These instruments promote and develop the right of every person to enjoy access to education of good quality, without any discrimination. This paper is an attempt to highlight the issue of whether the Right To Education Act has been implemented successfully? are there any challenges to be further dealt with due consideration?
Keywords: Education, right, educational opportunities, Right To Education Act, implemented

SANDHYA VIJAY CHAVAN & VIJAY JANARDAN CHAVAN

SHIKSHAN HAKK KAYADA 2009 ADACHANI V UPAY

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Udhane N. D. & Salve Vinod

Right to Education & Role of Teacher Education

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 to information” is playing vital role In today’s India. Due to “Sarv Shisha Abhiyan” enough awareness has been created in common people.But still it will be courageous to say that every person has realized the importance of education.The reason behind it, is the mixed response to SSA.In our opinion Right to education is the remedy for the same. Secondly, how and by whom this awareness could be created? The answer is ‘the teacher’. With the different strategies teacher can make people aware of the importance of the education .Government has been conducting several workshops and training programs in ‘ in service’ training sessions.there is a great need to have certain programs or topics In pre service teacher training program. In teacher’s training there are two programs available in India. Those are D.T.Ed and B.Ed. M.Ed is essential qualification for the teacher’s trainer. Hence it becomes essential for the students who aspire to become teachers and teacher’ trainer to get sound knowledge of ‘Right to Education’. Purpose of this paper is to focus the aspects of right to education& what can we do to serve the objectives of right to education through the teacher training program.

Vishnu Ganpat Gadekar

Significance of Right to Education for Social Justice

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 21st century is a century of knowledge. Teachers are generators and transformers of knowledge. So teacher’s role is to transform this knowledge to students. Rights which we are going to possess are human rights. Everybody has his own inherent rights. Dignity of human is a soul of democracy. Everyone should understand constitution of his country. For protecting, knowing and implimenting human rights one should go through constitution of India. Human rights are universal rights.they should be universally accepted for social justice.
It is the responsibility of every individual and every organ of society to promote respect for human rights and Right to Education to ensure their universal recognition and observance. Violation of human rights and Right to Education is one of the most worrying problem ofour times for social justice in the entire world civilisation.
Education as a right is essential for full development of human personality and for human happiness. It is an important right for freedom,subsistance and enjoing decent civilized life.The auther of this paper has discussed aboutfollowing key concepts inthispaper.
Key Concepts:
Concept and meaning of education as human right,definition of education asperhuman rights,right to life and its aspects,human rights and Indian constitution, levels of education and their significance, right to education bill-(2010)with recommendations by National Knowledg Commission(NKC), free and compulsory educationas per right to education act 2010 and benefits of right to education act.

Ravindra Maruti Chobhe

TECHNOLOGY BASED LEARNIG

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 Technology based learning is a learning which has a base of learning process. At the time of learning,learner uses different strategies or theories i.e. learning by doing, self learning strategy, programmed learning strategy, learning by imitation etc. TBL is student centered pedagogy. There is learning through solving problems. The learner does different individual activities. They are related to larner’s own experiences. Every learner has his own wish to learn. He / She fix self instructional strategy. Learner has many options or ways to solve his / her own problems. The learner is aware about a problem, it’s nature, options, his own limitations and strengths. Some time he/she asks solutions to somebody. According to his own capacity and environment, he / she develop his own strategy. For solving the problems (own or society) learner’s previous knowledge is useful. New platforms are formed on old platform.Different skills are developed by students through the experiences.
Technology, now a day is useful for society upliftment. Everybody is using it. Most of the Families became hi-tech now. Teenagers are using technology mostly. Modern gurus upload their teachings on websites, blogs, wikis, YouTube, face book, internet forums. But there is 80-20 ratio every where.80 percent people are unable to use technology. For Technology based learning five phases should be followed i.e. Judgment phase Research phase Planning phase Action phase Recognition phase.

BHUSHAN KARDILE & DIPALI SURYAVANSHI

DNYANADHISHTIT SAMAJASATHI SHIKSHNATIL NAVOPKRAM SHIKSHANAT MAHITI TANTRADNYANACHI BHUMIKA

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DISALE MAHADEV SADASHIV

UCCHA PRATHMIK STARAVAR BHUGOLACHYA ADHYAPANAT SANGANAK ANIMATION TANTRACHA UPYOG

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N.M.KADU & POONAM BHIMRAO WAGHMARE

E-LIBRARY SWAYM ADHYAYAN

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Shaheen Altaf Shaikh

Effect of ICT Based Model of Teaching on Student Achievement

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 The following research explores the effect of an ICT based model developed by the researcher integrating the theory of constructivism using the principles of student centered and active learning, collaborative learning, self learning, continuous assessments, reflective practice and justified use of technology through the medium of ICT on the achievement of the students. The researcher used an experimental method with a two group post test design to determine the effect of the ICT based model on academic achievement. The ICT based model proved to have significantly more effect on academic achievement than the traditional method of teaching.

Varsha Mahesh Mane

Role of ICT in Education

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 ICT is an exciting subject: it is one which offers a huge range of possibilities to pupils. It is also an area with many pupils naturally engage on a day-to-day basis-via social networking, mobile phones, podcasts, music downloads, gaming, digital photography – integrating the technology seamlessly into their world. The average computer suite has 20-30 computers, printers, a scanner, some digital cameras and a curriculum and school rules which can limit pupils’ use of technology. How, then, can we create opportunities for pupils to engage with some of the more innovative approaches to ICT and to learn about how ICT is now embedded in and shapes the world around us?
Educational visits provide good opportunities for pupils to learn and develop. In figure 9.1, we have divided these benefits into two main areas to show that the learning is not only connected with the subject area, but also is about is about the broader development of individual pupils.
In addition to the benefits in Figure 9.1 , for some disadvantaged pupils this may be their only opportunity to visit a foreign country, to go to a top tourist attraction or to visit a slating rink: all trips which dedicated teachers organize and take their pupils on every year. They can help to foster good relationships between pupils and staff which can be continued into the classroom.

Lissy Thomas SH & Geeta Shinde

Use of ICT in Science Education

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 This paper proves the Information Communications Technology (ICT) has an important role to play in science teaching. The standards in the field of science teaching emphasize the need for science teachers to use strategies that develop deep scientific understanding while applying research skills and problem-solving abilities to complex questions. Highlights on challenges of ICT in the field of education are described in brief. There are highlights on benefits of ICT in science education. Varieties of technological tool both hardware and software is elaborated. At the end there is an attempt to highlight the role of teachers in effective use of ICT in science education.

Amruta Gondil

IMPACT OF INNOVATIVE ICT-BASED EVALUATION ACTIVITIES ON TEACHER-EDUCATORS

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 ICT integration is the need of the times in teacher education. An innovative ICT-based evaluation activity is one way that shows the many benefits of using ICT. The evaluation profile, activities and the impact on teacher-educators is clarified from the results.

Anita Jagtap, Kavita Padmawar, & Rameshwari Shende

ICT in Teacher Education for Excellence

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 ICT is one of the factors changing & shaping the world very rapidly. Teacher education institutions are facing with the challenge of preparing a new generation of teachers to effectively use the new learning tools in their teaching practices. Accordingly, Teacher education institutions must include uses & applications of ICT in their programme. The curriculum must be modernized & must include the important components of ICT. Thus ICT is no substitute but a powerful tool for teachers & learners to use. ICT can become the vehicle for the journey on the path of excellence.
Key words: ICT, teacher education, students

Anuradha Salvi & Vidya Waykole

Study of the Effectiveness of Computer Assisted Instruction Program (CAI) on Achievement in Grammar

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 Learning-Teaching is the continuous process which is obtained through the traditional as well as the modern methods. There is a need of innovation in our traditional system of instruction to meet the challenges of the present day society. Technology as automation is the only situation to solve all problems.
The present study attempts to assess the effectiveness of traditional teaching and CAI-Computer Assisted Instruction on std.8th students of S.V.S. school, Khdaki, Pune, by applying experimental method and two group post test design.
Researcher used achievement test for data collection. Mean and ‘t’ test are used as statistical tools. Students were found benefited learning through Computer Assisted Instruction program. The students’ knowledge, retention level was increased after viewing the computer assisted instruction (CAI).
Keywords: Computer Assisted Instruction, Innovation

Kishor C. Sonawane

Role of ICT in Education

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MANDE PRAMOD PRAKASHA

ADHYAPIKA VIDYALAYATIL CHATRADHYAPIKANVAR KRUTI SANSHODHAN VISHAYASATHI SANGANAK SAHAYAK ANUDESHAN KARYAKRAMACHYA PARINAMKTECHA ABHYAS

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RajendraThigale

A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF EFFECTIVENESS OF C.A.I. PROGRAMME AND TRADITIONAL CLASSROOM TEACHING IN MATHEMATICS AT D.T.ED.LEVEL

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Borase Seema Madhukar

INNOVATIONS IN EDUCATION FOR KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY ROLE OF ICT IN EDUCATION

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 Information and communication technologies (ICT) have become common place entities in all aspects of life. Across the past twenty years the use of ICT has fundamentally changed the practices and procedures of nearly all forms of Endeavour within business and governance. Education is a very socially oriented activity and quality education has traditionally been associated with strong teachers having high degrees of personal contact with learners. The use of ICT in education lends itself to more student-centered learning settings. But with the world moving rapidly into digital media and information, the role of ICT in education is becoming more and more important and this importance will continue to grow and develop in the 21st century.

Satyajit T. Patil

USE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY IN PRESENTDAY EDUCATION

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 The ‘Information and Communication Technology’, widely known asthe ICT, is playing an increasingly fundamental part in classroom learning. ICT can be defined as a “diverse set of technological tools and resources used to communicate, and to create, disseminate, store, and manage information.” It implies the technology which consists of electronic devices and associated human interactive materials that enable the user to employ them for a wide range of teaching - learning processes in addition to personal use. It includes computers, the internet, broad casting technologies such as radio and television and telecommunication devices. It has been proved convincingly that ICT can be used to enhance the strategy of teaching and learning to theoptimum benefit of students, the real beneficiaries of this enterprise. Key Words: ICT, asynchronous learning, HEI.

Supriya Dhanwani

Role of ICT in Education

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 The learning takes place when there is a interaction between to knowledgeable persons. The impact of learning is powerfully imbibed in students when the flow of information is in innovative or in interesting way. The above reasons make the education system to introduce the Information Communication Technology in the field of Education. This paper emphasizes on the analysis of the integration, about the use of Information Communication Technology, also to check what can improve the status of education sector by using ICT and helpful in stress reduction in various aspect among students and teachers. The contribution of ICT for the improvement of teaching learning process is higher in school those who have integrated ICT as an innovative factor. This paper further focuses on the acceptance and place of ICT in Education and Role of ICT in Education.
Keywords: ICT, Learning, Education System, Teaching Learning Process, Stress Reduction, Acceptance and Place.

YASHWANT V. DHAVAN & BHADANE K.P.

SAHYADRY MADHYAMIK VIDYALAYATIL VIDYARTHYANA SANGANAKAVISHAYI ASANARYA MAHITICHA ABHYAS

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Patil Yogesh Yuvaraj

ROLE OF ICT

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 Nowadays the role of Information & communication Technology (ICT) especially Internet in the education sector plays an important role. This is an effective medium which is increasing the knowledge of teachers as well as students also. ICT is a part of improving meaningful content in education. Now days the role of ICT is increasing rapidly, it is influencing in education and all fields.

RAJENDRA POPATRAO CHAVAN & ATUL ARUN GAIKWAD

VEB AADHARIT SHIKSHNAT DIGITAL LAIBRARICHI BHUMIKA

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PATIL J.B.& MENDHEKAR P. R

BALKACHYA MOFAT V SAKTICHYA SHIKSHANACHA HAKK ADHINIYAMACHYA AMALBAJAVANITIL SHIKSHKACHI BHUMIKA

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