MAR - APRIL 2017, SRJIS

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30
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ISSN: 2278-8808
Date: 04-May-2017

An International Peer Reviewed

Scholarly Research Journal for Interdisciplinary Studies


Mrs. Kavita R. Yadav

COPYRIGHT & ITS DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4661/4668

 

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Hemakant N. Wakde

EFFECT OF EMOTIONAL MATURITY LEVEL OF PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS ON THEIR ANXIETY

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4669/4678

 The purpose of the present study was to explore the effect of emotional maturity level of Pre-service teachers on their anxiety as well as an effect of gender, location and marital status of pre-service teachers on their Emotional maturity and anxiety. The sample consist of 309 B.Ed. course trainers (150 male and 159 female) randomly taken from private teacher training institutions of Bhopal City which are affiliated with Barkatullah University, Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh).To measure the emotional maturity and anxiety of pre-service teachers, Emotional Maturity Scale (EMS) developed by Dr. Yashvir Singh & Dr. Mahesh Bhargava and Comprehensive Anxiety Scale developed by Dr. Harish Sharma, Dr. Rajeev Lochan Bhardwaj & Dr. Mahesh Bhargava (2006) were used. Mean, SD, ANOVA and ‘t’ test were used for analyzing the data. The result showed that there is significant effect of emotional maturity level of pre-service teachers on their anxiety. Male pre-service teachers are more stable in emotional maturity and low anxious as compare to their female counterparts. Emotional maturity and anxiety of pre-service teacher is independent of their location as well as marital status.
Keywords: Emotional Maturity, Anxiety, Pre-service Teacher

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Arya, A. (1984). Emotional Maturity and Value of Superior Children in Family. Fourth Survey of Educational Research, Vol-II(1983-1988) NCERT, New Delhi, p.1326. Archana (1996). “ Anxiety in Relation to Religion, Sex and Socio- Economic status”. Indian Psychological Review, Vol. 46, A.P.R.C., Agra, U.P., India. p. 6-11. Bansibihari et al. (2006). The Effect of Emotional Maturity on Teacher Effectiveness. Edutrack, 6(1), p.37-38. Best , J.W. (1986). Research Education, Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi.

Bharat V. Patil

MANAGERIAL ASPECTS OF BETELVINE GARDEN

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4679/4686

 Present paper enlightens the scientific management of betelvine garden. It also focuses the different activities of efficient management of betelvine garden. Green revolution and globalization altered the scene of Indian economy. Food grains and commercial crops produced the shape and scope to Indian economy. The adherence of betelvine production created its own monopoly in some parts of India which met the growing demand of other parts of India. The transfer of betel leaves from cultivators to ultimate consumers executed through various middlemen.  Betel leaves were marketed as early as possible after harvesting. Betelvine crop was identified as a perennial crop and therefore all necessary activities were discharged throughout the year.  On maturity, plucking of betel leaves was done in time and therefore all respondents plucked on the dues. All plucked leaves were arranged systematically in dags, dappa or Karandi.  Market conditions and ruling prices governed the plucking of betel leaves.

Keywords: Betelvine garden, commercial crop, betel leaves

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Madane N. P. – Nakat R. V., Research Papers “Betelvine Cultivation in Maharashtra”, National Symposium on Betelvine Production Technology, 1993: 3-6 Natrajan S. V. and Nagalakshmi S. “Betelvine cultivation in Tamil Nadu”, National Symposium on Betelvine Production Technology, 1993 : 26-27. Kashy Abraham, George Thomas, “Betelvine Cultivation in Kerala”, National Symposium on Betelvine Production Technology, 1993: 36-38. Nakat R. V., Ecobilogy and Management of Red Vegetable Mite, Tefranychus Neocaledonicus Andre’ on Betelvine, unpublished Ph.D. thesis submitted to Mahatma Phule Krushi Vidyapeeth, Rahuri, 1997.

Prashant Kumar & Prof. B K Agrawal

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT & SOCIO ECONOMIC STATUS: A LITERATURE REVIEW

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4687/4694

\"\"Education is the basic requirement and the ‘Fundamental Right’ of the citizens of a nation. While Higher Education is important; the Elementary Education system serves as the base over which the Super-structure of the whole education system is built up. Student’s education is closely linked to their life chances, income, and well being. Therefore, it is important to have a clear understanding of what benefits or hinders his/her educational attainment. There are several relevant areas that are most commonly linked to academic performance while the most influencing factor is Socio-Economic Status of the family. Socioeconomic status (SES) is often measured as a combination of education, income, and occupation. Low SES and its correlates, such as lower education, poverty, and poor health, ultimately affect our society as a whole. The main aim of the present paper is to produce a comprehensive literature review of reliable research evidence on the relationship between students’ educational attainment and parents’ socio economic status.

Keywords: Education, Socio-Economic Status (SES), Educational Attainment, Academic 

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Aikens, NL, & Barbarin, O 2008, Socioeconomic differences in reading trajectories: The contribution of family, neighborhood, and school contexts. Journal of Educational Psychology, 100, 235-251. Alisa, G & Gregg, P 2010, Poorer children’s educational attainment: how important are attitudes and behaviour? Joseph Rowntree Foundation, viewed on 10 august 2012, < http://www.jrf.org.uk/sites/files /jrf/poorer-children> Akanle, OB 2007, Socio-economic factors influencing student’s academic performance in Nigeria. Some explanation from a local survey, viewed on 12 august 2012, Bjorkman, M. 2005, Income shocks and gender gaps in education: evidence from Uganda, Job market paper, viewed on 08 august 2012 < http://www.cgdev.org/doc/event%20docs /Job%20market%20paper%20M%20Bjorkman.pdf>

Charu Sethi & Alka Muddgal

A STUDY OF IMPLEMENTATION AND CHALLENGES OF CONTINUOUS AND COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION AS MENTIONED IN RIGHT TO EDUCATION ACT, 2009 AMONG MUNICIPAL CORPORATION PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS OF DELHI

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4695/4700

 The present article is an attempt to study the implementation and challenges of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation placement of children as mentioned in Right to Education Act, 2009 among MCP School Teachers of Delhi. The study is descriptive survey.  The data was collected from 120 in-service teachers teaching in Municipal Corporation Schools of Delhi.  A questionnaire comprising of open ended questions was prepared for studying the implementation and challenges of the teachers regarding Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation enrolment of children as mentioned in the RTE Act. The data collected was systematically tabulated and was analysed qualitatively. The findings of the study showed that there is a wide gap between policy interventions and how it is actually perceived and implemented in the field.

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Best and Kahn, (2006). Research in education. (10th Ed.) New Delhi: Prentice Hall. G.S. Shivkumar, (2013), “Challenges in Implementing the RTE Act, Journal of Dialogues on Education, ISSN 2278-2435. Kumar. S, (2012), “Recent Reforms in Education in India –Achievements And Unfinished Tasks”, International Journal of Social Science & Interdisciplinary Research Vol.1 Issue 8, ISSN 2277 3630. Mahapatra .P, (2013), “Deciphering the Issues and Challenges Related to Right to Education Act 2009: A Critical Study”, International Journal of Advance Research, IJOAR .org ISSN 2320-9151.

Reshma Sheikh

A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW ON APPLICABILITY OF BEHAVIOURAL FINANCE IN INDIVIDUAL INVESTMENT DECISIONS

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4701/4714

According to traditional finance investors are rational and logical and they consider all available information in portfolio of their investment process is the main assumption of standard finance and this applies by Effective Market Speculation (EMH), being an important concept of traditional finance.  With respect to traditional theory of finance there are two key aspects: i) Agents in the market are seen to be completely rational (ii) Markets are seen to be Efficient. Over the past decades this assumptions has been challenged by the professionals and Psychologists they\'re saying that investors can’t be sensible as their decisions are controlled by psychological errors. These errors lead in improving a new field of economical overall costs, known as Behavior Finance. Behavior finance opinions how various psychological features change the way investors make their financial commitment options. In the present research paper, 65 studies have been reviewed, on the theme of Behavioural Finance and its role and importance in the investment decisions of individual’s towards the end, a synthesis of reviewed work has also been attempted.

Keywords: Traditional and Standard Finance, Behavioural Finance, Efficient Market Hypothesis, biases and Heuristics.

 

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Ahmad, & Durri. (2015). Comprehesive Review of Literarure on Behavioural Finance. Barbazon, Tony, Menyah, & Kozo. (2004). Behavioural finance?: One of the Croud or Just Plain Rational. Accountancy Ireland Bashir, I., & Madhavaiah, C. (2014). Consumer attitude and behavioural intention towards Internet banking adoption in India, 7(1), 67–102. Bikas, Jureviciene, Dubinskas, & Novickyte. (2013). Behavioural Finance?: The Bimal, J., & Naela, K. (2012). Gender, Behavioral Finance and the Investment Decision, 7(2).

Chinkey Agarwal & Neetu M. Shukla

DEVELOPMENT OF ATTITUDE TOWARDS GENDER ISSUES SCALE

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 1715/1724

Attitude towards gender issues is a product of socialization processes an individual is a part of since birth.  Every society has a set of accepted norms for male and female behavior.  This paper is based on the research study of the investigator on the attitude of in-service teachers towards three gender issues, gender roles, gender stereotypes and gender discrimination.  The aim of the paper is to develop an attitude scale to determine the attitude of in-service teachers towards these gender issues.  In order to find out the ways to change traditional attitude of teachers, it is important to first determine the attitude.  The research sample was selected through multi-stage sampling and comprised of 312 teachers, consisting of equal number of male and female teachers.  The Attitude Towards Gender Issues Scale (ATGIS), thus developed contained 32 items.  The attitude scale was found to be highly reliable.

Key terms: Attitude, Gender, Gender Roles, Gender Stereotypes, Gender Discrimination 

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Allana, Anita, Nargis, Asad and Sherali, Yasmin (2010), Gender in Academic Settings: Role of Teachers, International Journal of Innovation, Management and Technology, Vol. 1, No. 4, Oct. 2010, ISSN: 2010-0248 Amini, Mohadeseh and Birjandi, Parviz (2012), Gender Bias in the Iranian High School EFL Textbooks, English Language Teaching, Vol. 5 No. 2, February 2012, pp. 134-147, ISSN 1916-4742 Berk, Laura E. (2007), Child Development (seventh edition), Pearson Prentice Hall, Singapore Best, John W. and Kahn, James V. (2001).Research in Education (7th edition), Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi

Dori Lal & Chaman Prakash

COMPARATIVE STUDY OF TWO YEAR D.El.Ed. COURSE CURRICULUM OF NCTE AND HIMACHAL PRADESH

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4725/4735

 Quality teacher can enhance the learning among children in schools. The quality of teachers depends on the quality of the curriculum, Teacher Educators and professional development activities during Pre-service and In-service training programme. Course curriculum plays a vital role in modification of Knowledge, Attitude, Values and Skills of the teachers. NCTE has suggested a course outline for two year D.El.Ed. Programme in India. Many of the states of India has updated and upgraded the curriculum in the light of curriculum suggested by NCTE. Himachal Pradesh has very recently upgraded and implemented the course curriculum of two year D.El.Ed course. An attempt has been made to study and compare two year D.El.Ed course curriculum being implemented by Elementary Teacher Education Institutions in Himachal Pradesh to identify the similarities and deficiencies in the preparation of quality elementary education teachers. It has become more important to study the existing curriculum particularly in the light of NCTE regulation.

Key words: Structure & design, aims & objectives, Syllabus, mode of transaction, Assessment

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Batra P. (2015); Curriculum in India; narratives, debates, and deliberative agenda, p.n. 35-63, University of Delhi, India Bobbitt, F. (1918); The Curriculum, Boston: Houghton Mifflin. Bobbitt, F. (1928); How to make curriculum, Boston: Houghton Mifflin. Curriculum document, Diploma in Elementary Education, NCERT, N.Delhi, India. Curriculum document, Diploma in Elementary Education, NCTE, N.Delhi, India.

Md. Athar Hussain & Sahifa Sultana

TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAMMES AND ODL SYSTEM: NEED AND CHALLENGES

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4736/4740

Education is very important not only for the success of an individual but for the nation as well. It is a powerful instrument to bring about desired change in the individual as well as in the society. These changes are in terms of more physical and mental abilities, development of certain skills peculiar to each subject and better adjustment to the given situation environment. It is also considered the best investment for national development through the development of human. For this human development the Conventional and the Distance mode of education systems are contributing equally. Teacher education is an important area where Open and Distance Learning system has been used extensively to provide pre-service teacher preparation, upgrading of academic qualifications and in-service continuing professional development in particular subjects, content areas and instructional methods. This article discusses the need of ODL system in the in the field of teacher education and about the challenges in that particular area.

Keywords: Distance Education, Teacher Education. Open and Distance Learning,

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Chakarbarti, M.(1993). Challenges in Teacher Education, Daya Publishing House, New Delhi. Distance Education in South Asia(1990).Published by the Asian Development Bank, Manila Philippines. Ramesh Chandra(2007). Technology in the preparation of teachers, Isha Books, Delhi. Singh, Nagendera(1988). Modernization of Teacher Education, Common Wealth Publishers, New Delhi. Sunder, L.(2011). Teaching and Learning through Information and Communication Technology, Sarup BookPublishers, New Delhi.

Sandip Dnyandeo Mulay, Snehala Tawade & Megha Uplane

STUDENT TEACHER’S ATTITUDE TOWARDS USING ICT IN TEACHING

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4741/4746

 Teaching and Learning is a soul of Education. To the better learning of the students, teaching has to be more dynamic and the teacher should technically skilled. ICT playing huge role in present scenario of Education. We can see all over the world, there is a trend to use ICT in the teaching-learning process. To achieve the goal of Education, the process of teaching-Learning should be strengthen by ICT. Teacher uses ICT for his better performance in teaching. On the basis of various researches in this field, we can say that ICT improves the quality of Education and mostly of Teaching-learning process. So, use of ICT applications in teaching is very much essential. In the present study the investigator made an attempt to study the Attitude towards using ICT in teaching among the Student Teacher in B.Ed. colleges from Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune. Hundred Student Teachers in B.Ed College were taken as sample. A self-constructed Attitude scale towards using ICT in teaching containing 20 statements was used to collect the data. The study revealed that majority of the Student Teachers have more favorable attitude towards using ICT in.

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Amit Kumar Sharma, Rekha Pyase, Sapna Jain. A Study & Survey of B.Ed. Students' Attitude towards Using Internet: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR). 2015; 4(12). www.ijsr.net Arthi S, Tamilselvi B. A study of the attitude towards ICT among B.Ed. student teachers in Namakkal Distric. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development. (October 2016) Volume 3; Issue 8. www.allsubjectjournal.com Arul Sekar JM, Arul Lawrence AS. Attitude of B.Ed. students towards information and communication technology (ICT): International Journal of Applied Research. 2015; 1(8):785-787. ISSN Print: 2394-7500, ISSN Online: 2394-5869 www.allresearchjournal.com

Suresh Shivram Suryavanshi

MUSLIM SAMAJATIL PARITYAKTA STRIYANVARIL KAUTUMBIK HINSACHARACHE SWARUP, PRAKAR AANI KARNANCHA ABHYAS

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4747/4757

 

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Vijay Ananta Kulkarni

PARYATAN VIKAS AANI SANGRAHALAY VASTYALYA SANGRAHALAY VELAS - MANDANGADH

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4758/4767

 

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Mrs. Sudeepta Banerjee

A STUDY OF VISUAL POLLUTION AND ITS EFFECT ON MENTAL HEALTH

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4768/4771

 When we drive or go for a walk what we see is the visual environment. The natural environment of the earth is beautiful and most import it is healthy and pleasant for all the species including us.  All the factors that causes harm make it unpleasant or try to influence this natural environment can be called pollution. Pollution has various forms and types such as air, noise, and water, visual. Every living thing on this planet such as plants, insects, birds, animals, humans is affected by visual pollution. Here we are discussing the visual pollution and its effects on human mental health. Visual pollution is an aesthetic issue and refers to the impacts of pollution that impair one’s ability to enjoy a view. Visual pollutions harm the visual area of human beings such as eyes, visual memory by making the environment unnatural or negative. Visual pollution has increased the road accidents rate in India. It distracts the human mind in a way that it can harm the mental health. Visual pollution includes billboards, open storage of trash, space debris, telephone towers, electric wires, buildings and automobiles, overcrowding of an area. Visual pollution is everything which is not natural and manmade irregular formations which we look in the natural environment.

 

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Environment population by S.M.Shafi Visual Pollution: Advertising, Signage and Environmental Quality (Design and the Built Environment) European Scientific Journal June 2015 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visual_pollution https://thenextwavefutures.wordpress.com/2007/09/24/assaulting-visual-pollution Visual Pollution: Advertising, Signage and Environmental Quality by Adriana Portella

Amardeep Kaur

A STUDY OF VALUES IN RELATION TO LIFE SATISFACTION OF PROSPECTIVE TEACHERS

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4772/4782

 The present study is designed to investigate Values in relation to Life Satisfaction of Prospective Teachers. Descriptive method is used in this study. The sample size consists of 200 students of B.Ed. course randomly selected from colleges of Education of Ferozepur district. The standardized tools viz. Study of Value Test by Dr. R. K. Ojha & Dr. Ramesh Bhargava and Life Satisfaction Scale by Dr. Q.G. Alam and Dr. Ramji Srivastava are used to collect data. Pearson\'s Coefficient of correlation and t test were used for analyzing the data. The findings of the study revealed that significant differences exist in Values and Life satisfaction between male and female prospective teachers. Significant relationship is not found between Values and Life Satisfaction of Male and Female prospective teachers. Also, it was found that female prospective teachers have more Values and Life Satisfaction as compared to males.
Key words: Values, Life Satisfaction, Prospective Teachers

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Allport, G.W: Vernon, P.E. Lindzey, S. (1951). Study of values manual of direction Buston, Houghton Miffin. Arora R. (2010). Study of self confidence and value dimensions of secondary school students of working and non working mothers, Dissertation of M.A.at Department of Education, Punjabi University, Patiala Bhatia, K.K. and Narang, C. L. (2002). Values: Meaning and classification. Philosophical and sociological basis of Education, 332. Tanden Publication, Ludhiana. Cattell, C. R. (1965). Personality: A systematic, theoretical and factual study. New York Mc Graw. Chow P.H. (2005) Life Satisfaction among University Students in a Canadian Prairie City: A multivariate analysis, Social Indicators Research, 70, 139-150

Mrs. Sudeepta Banerjee

A STUDY OF CLOUD BASED TECHNOLOGY

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4783/4787

 Cloud computing provides a shared platform of resources required for computing, that can be made available and release on the user‘s demand to serve a wide and constantly expanding range of information processing needs by considering the necessity and elasticity of demand. Due to the huge benefits of this technology, is growing rapidly and being accepted in various applications such as business, education, government etc. In this paper, we study how cloud computing can benefit professional education in India. We also discuss the cloud computing educational environment and explore how universities and institutions may take advantage of clouds not only in terms of cost but also in terms of efficiency, reliability, portability, flexibility, and security.
Keywords: Cloud Computing, Web-based Learning, Education System, Professional Education System

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Justin, C., Ivan, B., Arvind, K. and Tom, A. ?Seattle: A Platform for Educational Cloud Computing? SIGCSE09, March 37, 2009, Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA. 2009. Shanthi Bala, P. ?Intensification of educational cloud computing and crisis of MAEER’S MIT-SOM College, Pune MIT-SOM College Journal on “ Innovation in IT” 9 data security in public clouds?, International Journal on Computer Science and Engineering (IJCSE), Vol. 02, No. 03, 2010, 741-745. Advanced Computing: An International Journal ( ACIJ ), Vol.3, No.1, January 2012 M. Armbrust, A. Fox, R. Griffith, A. Joseph, R. Katz, A. Konwinski, G. Lee, D. Patterson, A.Rabkin, I. Stoica, and M. Zaharia, ?Above the Clouds: A Berkeley View of Cloud Computing,? UC Berkeley Reliable Adaptive Distributed Systems Laboratory, 2009. Al Noor, S., Mustafa, G., Chowdhury, S., Hossain, Z. and Jaigirdar, F. ?A Proposed Architecture of Cloud Computing for Education System in Bangladesh and the Impact on Current Education System? International Journal of Computer Science and Network Security (IJCSNS), Vol.10 No.10. 2010. Thomas, P. ?Cloud Computing: A potential paradigm for practising the scholarship of teaching and learning?, Electronic Library, The, Vol. 29 Iss: 2, pp.214 – 224, 2011. Sultan, N. ?Cloud computing for education: A new dawn??, International Journal of Information Management 30 (2010) 109116.

Darshana Pant

IMPACT OF CHANGING SOCIAL NORMS ON THE EDUCATIONAL PLANNING AND ADMINISTRATION

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4788/4791

 
The society is dynamic in nature. The social norm may be discussed as what people in some group believe to be normal in the group, that is, believed to be a typical action, an appropriate action, or both (Paluck and Ball 2010). The social changes bring about changes in the social norms which has various implications for the education systems. The changing norms need to be reflected in the educational policies and practices for achieving the conformity. Though on the other hand, these norms at times have been challenged by the educational system for the betterment of the society as a whole.
Keywords:  Social Norms, Educational Planning & Administration

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Chetan U. Chavan

A STUDY OF PROBLEMS FACED BY ADOLESCENT GIRLS DURING DEVEOPMENT STAGE AND IT’S IMPACT ON EDUCATION

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4792/4796

 

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Aarti Prashant Gangurde

COMPARATIVE STUDY OF MODELS OF TEACHING ON ACHIEVEMENT OF 10TH STANDARD STUDENTS

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4797/4800

Models of Teaching are the effective way of Teaching. In many researches it is proved that it is more effective than regular traditional teaching methods. In present research Inductive   Thinking Model and Concept Attainment Model is used to teach one of the Unit of Science subject for 10th standard. Post-test only-Equivalent group designed was used. The result of achievement test showed that the Inductive Thinking Model is more effective than Concept A

 

 

 

ttainment Model.



Keywords: - Models of Teaching, Inductive   Thinking Model, Concept Attainment Model, Metals and Non-metals. 

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Best, J.W. & kahn, J.V.(1993) Research in Education (7th ed.). India: Prentice Hall of India, p. 13,22,33,148 Fraenkel , J.R. & Wallen, N.E.(2006). How to design and Evaluate Research in Education. New York McGraw-Hill, p. 545 Ibid Kothari, C.R. (1985). Research Methodology. Pune: Wishwa Prakashan, p.39,162 Linn,R. & Gronlund , N.(1995). Measurement and Evaluation in Teaching. McMillan Publishing Co. Inc: New York, p.319-331 McMillan, J.H.& Wergin, J.F. (2002). Understanding and Evaluating Educational Research. New Jersey: Merril Printice Hall, P.6 Mertens, D.M.(1998). Research Methods in Education and psychology. California : Sage Publication p.60 Parsons, R.D. & Brown, K.S.(2002). Teacher as Reflective Practitioner Belmont, CA: Wadsworth, P.6 Patten, M.L.(2000). Understanding Research Method. Los Angeles, CA: Pyrczak, p.19 , 9

Sreenivasa Murthy. U & (Smt) Surekha Ksheerasagar

A STUDY OF STRESS AND ANXIETY AMONG +2 SCIENCE STUDENTS INRELATION TO SOCIO ECONOMIC STATUS AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4801/4811

 College life is one of the most scintillating and memorable experience in an adolescents life. It is in college that an adolescent enjoys the vibrant environment, the company of friends, and the various academic and co-curricular activities, which enriches, nurtures and prepares the adolescent for adulthood. College students are at a critical period where they will enter adulthood. They are expected to be the elites in the society. Thus, they should enhance their stress, Anxiety, and Socio-economic status management abilities so as to live a healthy life after entering the society.  Adolescence is a stage of human development that occurs between childhood and adulthood. Due to fast physical changes and mental development at this stage, students may experience incompatibility of their mental development with their physical changes or with the social environment and then suffer from problems arising Stress, Anxiety and Socio-economic status that influence on their Academic achievement. These problems may further cause psychological troubles and even induce deviant behaviors.  The present research paper investigates how for the levels of Stress, anxiety, and Scio-economic status affecting on +2 level science student’s Academic Achievement. The investigator selected randomly 20 colleges and from each college 30 students were selected as a sample for data collection. The total sample selected for data collection is 600 students. Normative survey method was adopted, the standardized tool on Stress, Anxiety and Socio-economic status were used for data collection. The findings of study reveals that the level of Stress, anxiety and Socio-economic status affect on academic achievement of +2 science students. However, Socio-economic status does not affect directly on the academic achievement of +2 Science students.

Keywords:- Stress, Anxiety, Socio-economic status, Interaction affect and Academic achievement

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Chen, Qishan & Wen, Zhonglin. (2005). Relationship between coping style and mental health of higher vocational education students. Psychological Development and Education, No.2. Dill, L. P. & Henley, B. T. (1998). Stressors of college: A comparison of traditional and nontraditional students. The Journal of Psychology, 132(1), 25-31. Dziegielwski, S. F., Turnage, B. & Roest-Marti, S. (2004). Addressing stress with social work students: A controlled evaluation. Journal of Social Work Education, 40(1), 105-119. Frazier, A. P.' & Schauben, J. L. (1994). Stressful life events and psychological adjustment among female college students. Measurement & Evaluation in Counseling and Development, 27(1), 1-12.

Aneesunnisa Begum

LEVELS OF LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT AMONG THE PRIMARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4812/4821

 The most important aim of the present paper was to study the levels of learning achievement among the primary school students. The researcher had selected 120 students of fifth grade from six government primary schools of Kalaburagi district of Karnataka state. Achievement test in Kannada language and mathematics were used as research tools. Teacher made achievement test on both kannada and mathematics were constructed by investigator on the content of third grade. Data was collected and analyse by percentage analysis. The study found that there is low levels of learning achievement in both subject kannada and mathematics. Majority of children face problem in reading and writing and also have problem in dealing with basic mathematical operations. However no gender gap in learning levels in both subjects has been found. This type of study is very helpful to identify the strength and weakness of the education system .Assessment of students learning is helpful to identify the areas which need to reform and also suggests in improvement and revision of curriculum, text books and teacher training programmes.

Keywords: Right to Education Act, levels, learning achievements, primary school students.

 

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Aggarwal, Yash. (2000), Primary Education in Delhi. How much do the Children Learn? NIEPA, New Delhi. Ahluwalia, montek singh.(2014), “Learning outcomes in rural schools remain poor: Survey”, The Economic Times, Jan. 15. Amadio, Massimo, Nhung Truong, Patrick Ressler, and Sky Gross. (2004), Quality Education for All? World trends in educational aims and goals between the 1980s and the 2000s. Background paper prepared by IBE for UNESCO's EFA Global Monitoring Report (2005). Anderson, Lorin W. (Ed.). (1984), Time and School Learning. London: Croom Helm.—. (1994), "Time, allocated and instructional." Pp. 6388-6390 in the International Encyclopaedia of Education, Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) (2011), “Inside primary school”, New Delhi. Banerjee, Abhijit and Dulfo, Ester (2011),” Top of the class,” Poor Economics, 3rd Edition , Random House India ,pp.

Aprna Rahul Ukale

JEEVAN KAUSHALYA SHIKSHAN : YASHASWI JEEVANACHI GURUKILLI

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4822/4828

 

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Khaire Anita Balasaheb

MENDU AADHARIT ADHYAYAN ANI SHIKSHKANCHI BHUMIKA

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4829/4837

 

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Caine, G., Caine, R.(2001).The Brain /Mind principles of Natural learning. Retrieved on 5 Aug 2012, at 04:20 pm From http://www.cainelearning.com Chavan, Rekha. (2012). Development of an Intervention programme on Brain Based Learning strategies .(Doctoral Thesis submitted to S.N.D.T. women’s University) Hart L.,(1999) Human brain and human learning, Washington: Books for educators. Jensen, E (2000) Brain Based Learning, Pearson Education (Singapore) Pvt .Ltd. Sousa, A. David (2006). How the Brain Learns. New Delhi 11, Sage Publication.

Pankaj Kumar Nannavare

SHIRPUR SHAHARATIL UCCHA MADHYAMIK VIDYALAYATIL VIDYARTHYANCHYA VAIDNYANIK ABHIVRUTTICHA ABHYAS

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4838/4841

 

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Pankaj Kumar Nannavare

SHIRPUR SHAHARATIL MADHYAMIK V AAASHRAMSHALETIL VIDYARTHYANCHYA ABHYAS SAVAI V ABHIVRUTTICHA ABHYAS

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4842/4845

 

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Pramod Atmaram Ahire

NISHTH MAHAVIDYALAYATIL VIDHYARTHYANCHA MANASSHASTRIY SAMUPESHAN GARJANCHA CIKITS ABHYAS

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4846/4849

 

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Pramod Atmaram Ahire

ADHYAPAK VIDHYALAY V ADHYAPAK MAHAVIDHYALAYATIL VIDHYARTHYANCHYA SANGANAK SASHARTECHA TULNATMAK ABHYAS

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4850/4853

 

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Rahul Gopichand Saner

SHIRPUR TALUKYATIL NISHTH MAHAVIDHYALAYATIL VIDHYARRTHYACHA ANDHSHRADDHA VISHAYAK MATANCHA ABHYAS

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4854/4857

 

Vinod Kamble Aditi Khare & Shital Vakilna

A STUDY OF PROBLEM FACED BY TENANTS DURING REDEVELOPMENT AND THEIR SATISFACTION FROM REDEVELOPMENT

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4867/4874

 In the last few decades, migration from small villages and towns all over India, to metropolitan areas like Mumbai has increased tremendously. This problem of increasing migration in metropolitan cities has become a major concern due to the rise in the numbers of slums which lack basic amenities. In many parts of Mumbai, slums are being demolished and high rise buildings are being constructed, which is called as slum rehabilitation. Under this scheme tenants are temporarily shifted to houses on rent and buildings are constructed on the land where these slums had been located. They are given new flats to stay in those buildings after few years say 5-6 years. But it has been observed that many tenants are facing problems during rehabilitation from the builder like delayed payment or non-payment of rent, delay in construction work due to non-fulfilment of legal formalities on the part of the builder and personal problems like relocation every year, change of school of children, adjustment in a new place etc. This paper highlights the various problems faced by tenants in slum rehabilitation scheme in Mumbai western suburban region through structured questionnaire getting filled from 30 tenants from Borivali to Andheri area of Mumbai suburban. 

Keywords: Slum Rehabilitation, Migration,    

 

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1) Report on The State of Affordable Housing in Mumbai November 2014 supported by Narotam Sekhsaria Foundation 2) Greg, O., Abbott, D., & Barke, M. (1998). A Review of Slum Housing Policies in Mumbai, Cities. 15(4), 269-283. 3) Hingorani, P. (2011). Revisiting Upgrading: Low-Income Housing and Infrastructure. India Urban Conference. Mysore: Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS). 4) Patel, A., & Padhya, H. (2014). Rehabilitation of Slum: A Case Study of West Zone of Surat City . International Journal of Engineering Development and Research, 2(3), 2891- 2896. 5) Sheth, A., Velega, N., & Price, A. (2009). Slum rehabilitation in the context of urban sustainability : a case study of Mumbai, India. 2nd International Conference on Whole Life Urban Sustainability and its Assessment (p. 17). Loughborough, UK: Loughborough’s Institutional Repository.

A. Jeyantha Mary

COGNITIVE BEHAVIOURAL THERAPY FOR ANXIETY DISORDERS IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4874/4878

 

Cognitive behavioural therapies (CBTs) have been shown to be efficacious for the treatment of anxiety disorders in children and adolescents. Although variations in these interventions exist depending on the specific disorder to be treated (e.g., Separation Anxiety, Social Anxiety, Generalized Anxiety Disorder), most CBT protocols aim to teach the child or adolescent new approach behaviours, concrete problem-solving skills, and strategies for challenging maladaptive or unrealistic anxious thoughts and beliefs and improve our coping skills.

Keywords: anxiety, cognitive therapy, behavioural therapy, children and adolescents

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Barrett, P. M., Farrell, L., Pina, A. A., Peris, T. S., & Piacentini, J. (2008). Evidence-based psychological treatments for child and adolescent obsessive-compulsive disorder. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, 37, 131-155. Brewin, C. R. (1996). Theoretical foundations of cognitive-behavioral therapy for anxiety and depression. Annual Review of Psychology, 47, 33-57. Creswell, C., & Cartwright-Hatton, S. (2007). Family treatment of child anxiety: Outcomes, limitations, and future directions. Clinical Child and Family Psychology, 10, 232-252. Ginsburg G, Siqueland L, Masia-Warner C et al (2004). Anxiety disorders in children: Family matters. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice, 11:28–43. Kendall PC, Southam-Gerow MA (1996). Long-term followup of a cognitive-behavioral therapy for anxietydisordered youth. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 64:724-730. Mattis SG, Pincus DB (2004). Treatment of SAD and panic disorder in children and adolescents. In PM Barrett, Ollendick TH (ed) Handbook of Interventions that Work with Children and Adolescents: Prevention and Treatment. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons.

Bharati G Dhokrat & G. K. Dhokrat

EFFICACY OF YOGA IN MANAGEMENT OF KYPHOSIS IN SCHOOL CHILDREN: AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4879/4882

The present study assessed the impact of three months yoga program in management of kyphosis, a postural deformity. To conduct the study 1500 school children between six to 12 years were selected from B.M.C. School Kurla and screened for presence of kyphosis. Kypholordometer was used to determine presence of kyphosis among selected subjects. Out of these 1500 school children, 24 were found to be suffering from postural deformity kyphosis.  These 24 school children were selected as sample. Specific Asnas, Pranayamas and Kriya as suggested by experts make up for three month yoga intervention program. Angle of kyphosis was measured twice i.e. before commencement of study period and after 3 months yoga intervention program. Result reveal that after imparting yoga exercise program, angle of kyphosis was found to decrease significantly as compared to what it was before the commencement of study period. It was concluded that yoga training program of certain duration is beneficial in management of postural deformity such as kyphosis in school children.

Keywords: Kyphosis, Yoga, School children 

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Haselgrove, C., Straker, L., Smith, A., Sullivan, O.P., Perry, M. and Sloan, N. (2008). Perceived school bag load, duration of carriage, and method of transport to school are associated with spinal pain in adolescents: an observational study. Aust J Physiother; 54: 193-200. Ramprasad, M., Alias, J. and Raghuveer (2010). Effect of Backpack Weight on Postural Angles in Preadolescent Children. Indian Pediatrics, Vol. 47, 574-580. Hrysomallis, C., & Goodman, C. 2001. A review of resistance exercise and posture realignment. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 15 (3), 385–90. Fon, G.T., Pitt, M.J. and Thies, A.C. (1980). Thoracic kyphosis: range in normal subjects. Am J Roentgenol; 134: 979–983.

Bharati G Dhokrat & G. K. Dhokrat

EFFECT OF YOGA TRAINING PROGRAM ON HEALTH RELATED FITNESS OF SCHOOL BOYS SUFFERING FROM EXCESSIVE CONVEX KYPHOSIS CURVATURE

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4883/4887

The present study assessed the impact of three months yoga program on health related fitness of school boys suffering from excessive convex kyphosis curvature. This study was conducted on 24 school boys studying in B.M.C. School Kurla suffering from excessive convex kyphosis curvature i.e. postural deformity called kyphosis. Standard health related fitness battery which includes  bent knee sit up, 9 minute run/walk test, sit and reach test and push-up were used in the present study. The result reveal statistically significant beneficial effect of three months yoga program on muscular endurance, flexibility and muscular strength but not on cardio vascular endurance and body composition of school boys suffering from excessive convex kyphosis curvature. It was concluded that health related fitness of school boys suffering from kyphosis may be enhance with the help of specifically designed yogic program of certain duration.  

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Keywords: Excessive convex kyphosis curvature, Yoga, School boys 

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Novak, C.B. 2004. Upper extremity work-related musculoskeletal disorders: A treatment perspective. Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy, 34 (10), 628–37. Vukani?, I. (2006). Relations of the explosive power of legs and speed to differing foot status in the elementary school-age children. MA thesis, Niš: Faculty of Physical Education. Krsmanovi?, T. and Bigovi?, M. (2006). Relaci?e gipkosti i devijaci?? ki?menog stuba u frontalnoj ravni (Relations of flexibility and deviation of the spinal column on the frontal plane). In G. Bala (Ed.), Proceedings of “Anthropological status and physical activity of children and youth”, vol. 40, pp. 193-200. Novi Sad: Faculty of Sport and Physical Education. Rasheed, Q.H. and Pagare, S.B. (2015). Effect of Flat Foot Deformity on Selected Physical Fitness Components in school going children. International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications, Volume 5, Issue 6, 1-4.

Shriram Nikam

DR. B. R. AMBEDKAR: A PROBE INTO INDIA’S DESTINATION FROM ILLUSION TO RATIONALITY

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4858/4866

The colonial modernity of alien rule in India through its value-loaded institutional framework obliged society to march forward towards secular democracy. The religious bound caste ridden society could not prepare itself  to succumb such manipulating change. On such background the democratic polity appeared on the Indian horizon as means to   nation’s social- economic  development. However, the democratic values enshrined in the constitutional framework could not reflect in socio-economic life. The tradition bound unequal values in all respects are being still playing dominant role in Indian society which retarded the healthy working of democracy as a way of life. Dr.Ambedkar has offered his theoretical tenets as a panacea over the social malady.   

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Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Writings and Speeches (hereafter see as BAWS), Vol. 3, Govt. of Maharashtra, Bombay, 1987, p. 114. Ibid, p. 111. Ibid, pp. 47-48. Ibid, p. 71. BAWS, Vol. 5, 1989, p. 211. BAWS, n. 1, pp. 50, 113. Ibid. BAWS, Vol. 4, 1987, p. 15. BAWS, n. 1, p. 128. Ibid, pp. 50-51, 66. Ibid, p. 50. Ibid, p. 57.

Vishwakarma B.M.

ROLE OF VIRTUALIZATION IN CLOUD COMPUTING

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4888/4895

The virtualization technology (server, network and storage virtualization technologies) is not a new concept in hardware and software development, it used for developing new concepts like cloud computing technology in an IT global application.

Keywords: Cloud Computing; Virtualization technology; Server Virtualization; Network Virtualization; Storage Virtualization. 

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N. Leavitt, “Is Cloud Computing Really Ready for Prime Time?,” Computer , Vol. 42, p. 15-20, 2009. M. Varian, “VM and the VM community: Past, present, and future”, Office of Computing and Information Technology, Princeton, University, Princeton, NJ, 1997. D. Kreuter, “Where server virtualization was born”, Virtual Strategy Magazine, July 2004. M. Armbrust, A. Fox, R. Griffith, A.D. Joseph, R. Katz, A. Konwinski, G. Lee, D. Patterson, A. Rabkin, I. Stoica, M. Zaharia, “A View of Cloud Computing, Communications of the ACM,” Vol. 53 No. 4, Pages 50-58, April 2010. D. CHISNALL, “The Definitive Guide to the Xen Hypervisor”, 1st ed. Prentice Hall Open Source Software Development Series, 2008.

Asmita mahadik

A STUDY ON POST DEMONETISATION AND CHANGE IN CONSUMPTION, PAYMENT & INVESTMENT PATTERN OF COLLEGE STUDENTS

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4896/4899

\"\"Since the night of November 8th 2016, government announcement of demonetisation drive in formal economy has impacted on earnings and the spending behaviour of a section of the people. The role of Higher Education is important in developing awareness of demonetisation drive among the students and other stakeholders for preparing them for future challenges and mitigating to formal cashless economy. Education plays a key role in the transition towards digital push, Besides, the stakeholders have been effected by demonetisation reforms either in their earning, Consumption, payment & Investment as well as spending patterns. The stakeholders include students, their parents, college management, staff, suppliers and others.  This study of 3 colleges in all area imparting higher education was surveyed on 10 major factors of demonetisation drive by using the awareness level, spending pattern, earning pattern, digital push within  campus and preparedness as well as initiatives and development of cashless system, etc. The aim of this paper is to understand cashless  campus initiatives by the colleges and their commitment towards digitization and clean economy as a whole. Further, this paper discuss on best way to mitigate demonetisation effect to be adapted among the students and staff of colleges.  


Keywords: Demonetisation, Cashless Economy, higher education 

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Brundtland Commission [1987], Our Common Future, Report of the World Commission on Environment and Development, World Commission on Environment and Development, 1987, published as Annex to General Assembly document A/42/427. The Report of the Brundtland Commission, Our Common Future, was published by Oxford University Press in 1987. Acharya, Shankar N.(1986), Aspects of the black economy in India, National Institute of Public Finance and Policy. Government of India (2106), Committee on Digital Payments, Ministry of Finance Economic Survey of India, GOI (2017-18) Santos,A.T. [2009], Going Green: The Impact on Higher Education Institutions, Journal of International Business Research, Vol.8, Special Issue 2. URL: www.google.com Various Newspaper articles

Nida Mushtaque Bandarkar

SECURITY TECHNIQUES FOR DATA PROTECTION IN CLOUD COMPUTING

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4900/4907

Cloud computing has a lot of security issues that are gaining great attention nowadays, including the data protection, network security, virtualization security, application integrity, and identity management. Data protection is one of the most important security issues, because organizations won’t transfer its data to remote machines if there is no guaranteed data protection from the cloud service providers. Many techniques are suggested for data protection in cloud computing, but there are still a lot of challenges in this subject. The most popular security techniques include SSL (Secure Socket Layer) Encryption, Intrusion Detection System; Multi Tenancy based Access Control, etc. Goal of this paper is to analyze and evaluate the most important security techniques for data protection in cloud computing. Furthermore, security techniques for data protection will be recommended in order to have improved security in cloud computing. 

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L. Badger, T. Grance, R. Patt-Corner and J. Voas, “Cloud computing synopsis and recommendations (draft), nist special publication 800-146”, Recommendations of the National Institute of Standards and Technology, Tech. Rep. (2011). U. Khalid, A. Ghafoor, M. Irum, and M. A. Shibli, “Cloud based secure and privacy enhanced authentication & authorization protocol”, Procedia Computer Science, 22, (2013), 680-688. T. Acar, M. Belenkiy and A. Küpçü, “Single password authentication”, Computer Networks, 57(13), (2013), 2597-2614.

Suvidnya S. Mhatre

DATA SECURITY IN CLOUD COMPUTING

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4908/4916

Cloud Computing is current buzzword in the market Confidentiality, Integrity, Availability, Authenticity, and Privacy are essential concerns for both Cloud providers and consumers as well. Security in Cloud computing is an important and critical aspect, and has numerous issues and problem related to it. Cloud service provider and the cloud service consumer should make sure that the cloud is safe enough from all the external threats so that the customer does not face any problem such as loss of data or data theft. There is also a possibility where a malicious user can penetrate the cloud by impersonating a legitimate user, thus infecting the entire cloud and affects many customers who are sharing the infected cloud. In this we will discuss how to provide security for the data from the unauthorized users and provide integrity to the users. 

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Harjit Singh Lamba and Gurdev Singh, ?Cloud Computing-Future Framework for emanagement of NGO's?, IJoAT, ISSN 0976-4860, Vol 2, No 3, Department Of Computer Science, Eternal University, Baru Sahib, HP, India, July 2011. Dr. Gurdev Singh, Shanu Sood, Amit Sharma, ?CM- Measurement Facets for Cloud Performance?, IJCA, Lecturer, Computer science & Engineering, Eternal University, Baru Sahib (India), Volume 23 No.3, June 2011. Rabi Prasad Padhy, Manas Ranjan Patra , Suresh Chandra Satapathy, ?Cloud Computing: Security Issues and Research Challenges?, International Journal of Computer Science and Information Technology & Security (IJCSITS) Vol. 1, No. 2, December 2011. Prince Jain, ?Security Issues and their Solution in Cloud Computing?, International Journal of Computing & Business Research, Proceedings of ?I-Society 2012‘ at GKU. Balachandra Reddy Kandukuri, Ramakrishna Paturi V, DR. Atanu Rakshit, ?Cloud Security Issues?, 2009 IEEE International Conference on Services Computing. Cloud computing Benefits, risks, recommendations for information security cloud computing?November-2009.

Tahseen Abdul Rehman Dhansay

STUDY OF WATER QUALITY OF RATWAD VILLAGE

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4917/4920


The study is based on analysis of drinking water of  “Ratwad village” for this purpose water samples have been collected from three different water resources i.e boring water ,well water,& gram panchayat water then total hardness, acidity, pH, COD ,dissolved oxygen,conductance,turbidity of those water samples have  been carried out for this project aim is to find total hardness,acidity,pH, and COD, dissolved oxygen, turbidity, conductance  of three water samples.[1]

Keywords: Acidity, pH, COD, total hardness, turbidity, conductance, dissolvd oxygen. 

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Analysis of drinking water of differeent places S.P.Bhalme,Dr. P. B.Nagarnaik. Dattatrey Bharti(1),Isub Ali Sayyad (2),G.G.Gaikwad(3),D.R.Taikar(3) and J.Dhoro(4)physico chemical charecteristicsof bore well water quality in Nagpur region(south zone)j.chem-pharma res.2011(2):922-927. P.jain,J.D.Sharma,D.Sohu and P.Sharma”Chemical analysis of drinking water of illage sanganer tehsil, jaipur district int.J.Environ,Sai.tech winter 2006,vol.2,No.4,pp.373-379. Arunabai Mishra & Vashishta Bhatt”physicochemical microbiological analysis of underground water in v.v Nagar near by places of Anand diatrict Gujrat,India ISSN 0973-4945,CODEN ECJHAO C journal of chemistry vol.5,No.3 pp487-492,july 2008. Sharma Shraddha 1,Vishwakarma Rakesh 2,Dixit Savita and Jain Praveen 4 “Evaluation of water quality of Narmada river with reference to physico chemical parameters at hoshangabad city,M.P.India.”

Aadil Bade

ANALYSIS DEMAT ACCOUNT AND ONLINE TRADING

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4921/4924

The Indian Stock markets have seen a major change with the introduction of depository system and scrip less trading mechanism. There were various problems like inordinate delays in the transfer of share certificates, delay in receipt of securities and inadequate infrastructure in banking and postal segments to handle a large volume of application and storage of share certificates .To overcome these problems physical dealing in securities should be eliminated . The Indian stock market introduced the system of dematerialization recognizing the need for scrip less trading. 

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http://www.bonanzaonline.com www.mbaskool.com www.google.com The intelligents investors (Author : Benjamin graham) Stock market investing(Author:Jason Kelly)

Ketaki Nandkumar Yadav

EFFECT OF DYE PREPARED FROM ROSE PETALS ON FABRICS

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4925/4926

The present research deals with the study of prepare the dye using flower. This research project is selected to determine now to prepare dye using flowers. The study of preparation to dye using the flower has been studied by many researches. 

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The Merck index, 8th ed., Merck and co., Rahway NJ, 1968. The index gives the following reference for details on the synthesis of methyl orange: a. L. Gattermann, Die Praxis des organischen Chemikers, 40th ed., de Gruyter and Co., Berlin. 1961, pp 260-261. For more about the molecule basis of indicator colour changes, see water to wine. Author.Fred Senese.

Ketaki Nandkumar Yadav

STUDY OF AMLA AS VITAMIN C RICH SOURCES

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4927/4929

The present resk deals with the estimation of research work deals with the estimation of vitamin C in amla fruit using redox titration and we have interpreted how much amount of amla is required for good health and balance diet.

 Keywords:- Ascorbic acid, 0.01N Iodine , Starch indicator 

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Combs J,Gerald F, The vitamins 4ed B.urlington, E.lsevier science:2012. Levine N. Wang Y.Sadayatta SJ,Morrow J.A. new recommended dietary allowancw of vitamin C for healthy young proc.Natl Acad sci. USA 2001;98(17):9842-9846 (pubMed) Erdman Jw, MacDonald I,Zeisel S H, International Life Science Institute presal knowledge in nutrition 10th ed Ames, lowa; International Life Science Institute 2612. Stephen R, Utecht T, Scurvy Identitified in the emergency department; a case report J. Emerg Med. 2001;21(3);235-237(PubMed)

Mehreen Dawre

SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF SOME NICKEL (II) COMPLEXES VIA BIOACTIVE SCHIFF BASES

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4930/4934

 A large number of Schiff bases and their complexes have been studied for their interesting and important properties. E.g. their ability to reversibly bind oxygen, catalytic activity in hydrogenation of olefins and transfer of amino groups, photocromic properties and complexing ability towards some toxic metals. The high affinity for the chelation of the Schiff bases towards the transition metal ions is utilized in preparing their solid complexes. Here we have synthesized some Complexes of Schiff base with First series transition Metal Ni (II) and characterized by elemental analysis, molar conductance, 1H NMR, and IR  studies.

Keywords: Schiff bases, bioactive, metal complexes, molar conductance.

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R.D. Jones, D.A. Summerville and F. Basolo, Chem. Rev. 1979, 79, 139. G.H. Olie and S. Olive, “The Chemistry of the Catalyzes Hydroenation of Carbon Monoxide”, 1984, p. 152, Springer, Berlin,. H. Dugas and C. Penney, “Bioorganic Chemistry”, p. 435, Springer, New York, 1981. J. D. Margerum and L.J. Mller, “Photochromism”, p. 569, Wiley Inter science, New York, 1971. S. Zhou, S. Liu and G. Zhou, Huaxue Shiji, 2001, 23, 26-27. N. Raman, A. Kulandaisamy and K. Jeyasubramanian, Synth. React. Inorg. Met.-Org. Chem. 2001, 31, 1249-1270. S. Zhou, F. Xie and S. Ni, Huaxue Shiji, 2001, 23, 261-262.

Shifa Majid Hajite

PREPARATION AND APPLICATION OF DYE FROM BLACK GRAPES ON FABRIC

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4935/4936

The present research deals with the study of prepare the dye using fruits. This research project is selected to determine now to prepare dye using fruits. The study of preparation to dye using the fruit has been studied by many researches. 

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The Merck index, 8th ed., Merck and co., Rahway NJ, 1968. The index gives the following reference for details on the synthesis of methyl orange: a. L. Gattermann, Die Praxis des organischen Chemikers, 40th ed., de Gruyter and Co., Berlin. 1961, pp 260-261. For more about the molecule basis of indicator colour changes, see water to wine. Author.Fred Senese. Chemistry of Dyes of Pigments. By Lubs. Chemistry of synthetic dyes, by K Vankatraman. Volume 1,2,&3. Fundamental process of dyes chemistry, Fierz David & Blangey. Unit process in organic synthesis By P. H. Groggins. BIOS Reports.

Shifa Majid Hajite

SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF VANILINE USING COCONUT WATER

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4937/4940

\"\"The role of naturally available fruit juice in organic synthesis has attracted the interest of chemists. Particularly from the view of Green Chemistry. This review summarizes the versatile synthetic applications of fruits juice as a biocatalyst in different chemical transformation. Coconut water catalyzed reaction including Biginelli Pyramiding Sythesis respectively. Coconut water was used as a biocatalyst for reduction of carbonyl compounds and hydrolysis of ester, amides and anilines. Application of fruit juice as a natural and biocatalyst allows mild and highly selective transformation and synthesis in a facile and environmentally friendly manner. More over fruits are easily available in market and the juice can be easily extracted and can be used as a natural catalyst in organic transformation.

Keywords: Biocatalyst, Ecofriendly, Economic 

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Mingog DMP. Baghurst DR, (1991). Chem. Soc. Rev, 20:1 Strauss CR, Trainor Rkl, (1995), Aust J Chem, 48, 1665 Strauss CR, Verma RS, Top Curr Chem, (2006) 266, 199-231 Kumar. S, Grover.I.S, sandhu. J.S. Indian J. chem. Sect. BH 2009, 48,585. Ramesh. E, Raghunathan. R, synth. Common 2009, 39,613 Practical in organic chemistry, B.R. Thorat, A.S. Goswami- Giri, Ramesh. S Yamgar.

Sineen Taj

GREEN CHEMISTRY — CURRENT AND FUTURE ISSUES

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4940/4947

The beginning of green chemistry is frequently considered as a response to the need to reduce the damage of the environment by man-made materials and the processes used to produce them. A quick view of green chemistry issues in the past decade demonstrates many methodologies that protect human health and the environment in an economically beneficial manner. This article presents selected examples of the implementation of green chemistry principles in everyday life in industry, the laboratory and in education. A brief history of green chemistry and future challenges are also mentioned.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Keywords:  Green chemistry, green analytical chemistry, clean chemistry, atom economy, sustainable development. 

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ANASTAS P. T., WARNER J. C. Green Chemistry: Theory and Practise. Oxford University Press, Oxford 1998. NAMIEŒNIK J., WARDENCKI W. Solventless sample preparation techniques in environmental analysis. J. High Resol. Chromatogr. 23, 297, 2000. SATO K., AOKI M., NOYORI R. A “Green” Route to Adipic Acid: Direct Oxidation of Cyclohexenes with 30 percent hydrogen peroxide. Science. 281, 1646, 1998. http:// www.epa.gov/greenchemistry

Neha D. Turai

REMOVAL OF IRON FROM SYNTHETIC SOLUTION USING SUGARCANE BAGGAGE AND BARK OF PIPAL

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4948/4951


The removal of iron from aqueous solution of different concentration by using Carbonized organic material of sugarcane baggage and bark of pipal. The utility of sugarcane baggage as an adsorbent for metal ions such as iron from acid mine water was assessed. It is found that the adsorption potential varies as a function of iron concentration. Over 99% Fe [3+], 98% of Fe [2+] uptake was achieved from acid mine water, with a concomitant increase in the pH value by two units using sugarcane baggage. Carbonized organic material of sugarcane baggage adsorbent is found to possess 77-95% iron removal efficiency.

Keywords: Sugarcane baggage, Removal iron, Adsorption, Bark of pipal. 

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Frank Woodard “Industrial Waste Treatment Handbook” Journal Of The Chemical Society “Removal Of Metal Ions From Synthetic Solution” Journal Of Hazardous Materials : Modification Of Rice Hull And Sawdust Lawrence K. Wang And Muhao Sung Wang “Handbook Of Industrial Treatment Volume1 Malaysian Journal Of Science 23: 43 - 51 (2004) “Pollution Control” By M. Joshi and R. K. Srivastava. June 2006, Volume 1 Raymond D. Letterman “Water Quality And Treatment”, 6th Edition Robert H. Perry and Don W. Greesn, “Perry?s Chemical Engg. Handbook”

Amrin Adkar

IMPACT OF GLOBALIZATION ON ENVIRONMENT

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4952/4955

Globalization helped accentuate the major environmental damage, even though it’s only indirectly responsible some national regional and international policies have born negative effects on globalization on environment. Globalization effect environment is so many ways.

 







Keywords:- Globalization, environment, damages to nature and mechanisms. 

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American International journal of contemporary Research vol.6 no. 2 www.aijernet.com Globalization :In the era of environmental crisis. magazine Environmental Protection Agency (2015) www.epa.gov www.newworld/Globalization

Firdous Kasim Jaffer, Mansi Pingale, Pranali Sapale & Swapnil Padval

EFFECT OF MICROWAVE TREATED WATER ON GERMINATION OF CHICK PEA SEEDS

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4956/4960

Microwaves spans a range from 300 MHz to 300 GHz. They are as long as one meter to as short as one millimeter. Microwaves may have both positive and negative effects on crops.This paper investigates the effect of microwaves treated water on the growth rate and germination of chick pea seeds. The investigation were carried out with water exposed to microwave radiations for different time durations and at a constant power level of 100 w.The growth of the plants was studied for 10 days. During investigations, the other control variables such as temperature, humidity, sun light and level of gases (CO2, N2, and O2) were maintained constant. Overall finding suggest that microwaved water exposed for a specific time duration showed better growth rate as compared to normal water for the development of chick pea seeds.


Keywords: Water, Soil, Microwave (MW) and chick pea seeds 

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L. Guyadin and J. J. Ohab, “Do microwaves affect plants growth?,” Cardozo High School, 2009. Online: http://www. johnohab. com/ publications/EnvironMentors%20Program%20Final%20Paper%20-%20Lalaram.pdf A. Anna, “Effect of microwave irradiation on seeds of lentils (Lens Culinaris, Med.)”, Romanian J. Biophys, vol. 20, no. 3, pp. 213–221, 2010. Ragha, L., Mishra, S., Ramachandran, V., and Bhatia, M. S., “Effects of low-power microwave fields on seed germination and growth rate,” Journal of Electromagnetic Analysis and Applications, Vol. 3, pp. 165-171, 2011. Lin, J. C., “Evaluating scientific literature on biological effects of microwave radiation,” IEEE Microwave Maga- zin.

Shri. Ramdas Dhage

SHIKSHANSHASTRA VISHYACHYA DNYANRACHANAVADI ADHYAPANACHYA PARINAMKARKTECHA ABHYAS

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4961/4970

 

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Ritu Tripathi Chakravarty

EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION FOR BETTER COLLABORATION IN THE CLASSROOMS

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4971/4974

The present scenario speaks in volumes of collaboration. Knowledge from one source is not sufficient to enhance the learning. There are absolutely no apprehensions that the teachers are the major players in the life of the learners. How well a curriculum may be designed but it only gets successful if the teachers are creative and smart. They truly understand their role in the life of the learner. The effective are the ones who believes in collaborations. This small scale action research attempts to answer the most pertinent question which is to know the views of teachers who are effective in communications through their collaborative approach. How collaborations are the best way to increase the learning in class so that whatever is communicated is meaningful.  Researcher developed a three point rating scale. The collection of the data was done through purposive sampling .The finding are interesting as they emphasizes on the importance of collaborations for better learning  which could only be obtained through teachers efforts in increasing their communicative skills. 

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Friesen, S. (2009). What did you do in school today? Teaching Effectiveness: A framework and rubric. Toronto, Ontario: Canadian Education Association Gürüz, D., & E?inli, A. T. (2008). Interpersonal communication. Ankara: Nobel Yay?n Da??t?m Khan, M.S. & Akbar, S.R. (2000) “School Teaching” New Delhi: S. B. Nangia, A. P. H. Publishing Corporation. Slavin, R. E. , & Karweit, N. L. (1985). Effects of whole class, ability grouped, and individualized instruction on mathematics achievement. American Educational Research Journal. 22, No. 3, 351-367. Retrieved January, 2007 Smith, Howard A. (1984). Non-verbal Behavior Aspects of Teaching in Nonverbal Behavior. Lewiston, NY: C. J. Hogref Syverud, Kent D. (1993) "Taking Students Seriously: A Guide for New Law Teachers." J. Legal Education, 43, 247

Chandrakala Joshi

EMOTIONAL MATURITY ACROSS GENDER, LOCALITY AND STREAM OF HIGHER SECONDARY LEVEL STUDENTS

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4975/4979


Emotional maturity is a significant psycho-somatic trait of personality. It is the capability of an individual to give full scope of his /her individuality in more positive and balanced way. It is a process in which an individual strives continuously for greater sense of emotional health to develop a balanced personality at both psychically and intra –personally. In the present investigation emotional maturity studied in the aspect of gender, stream and locality.

Keyword: Emotional maturity, Gender, Stream, Locality. 

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Mahmoudi, A. Emotional Maturity And Adjustment Level Of College Students , Education Research Journal. Vol 2(1) pp 18-19. Green, V. (2004). Emotional Development in Psychoanalysis, Attachment Theory, and Neuroscience: Creating Connections. New York: Routledge. Singh. and Bharagava M. (2012). Manual for Emotional Maturity Scale (EMS): national psychological corporation. Agra: India http://hdl.handle.net/10603/80331 study of emotional maturity of adolescent in relation to cognitive and non cognitive variables. Kayfitz, Adam, "Marital Conflict, Emotional Security, and Young Children's Social and Emotional Competence" (2011). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. Paper 476.

Shri Jay Shankar Sharma

KARMCHARI RAJYA BIMA YOJANA KA VISHLESHNATMAK SODH JABALPUR JILHE KE SANDARBH MAIN

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 4981/5005

 

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3- Abhyankar N.G., Industrial Labour and Social Security 4- Adarkar B.P., Health Insurance for Industrial Worker in India 5- Adarkar B.P., Social Security Plan, 2008. 6- Agrawal A.N., Social Insurance in India 7- Best John W., Research in Education, Prentice-Hall Inc., Englewood Cliffs, N.J., 1959, 8- Beveridge Sir Wiliam, Social Insurance & Applied Statistics 9- Black & Champion, Methods and Issues in Social Research, John Viley & Sons, New York. 10- Bose R.N., Hand Book of Labour Laws 11- Bruce M. The Coming of a Welfare State 12- Bye and Hewett, Applied Economics 13- Chansarkar M.A., Social Insurance for the Indian Working Class 14- Good Charter V., Methodology of Educational Research Appleton Century Company Inc., N. York. 15- oktis;h vkj-,l-] lkekftd vuqla/kku rFkk losZ{k.k] fdrkc ?kj] dkuiqj ¼m-iz-½] 2000- 16- Desai A.R., Social Background of Indian Nationalism, Himalaya Publishing House, Mumbai, 2008 17- Kol G.D.S. , Labour Welfare in India-2009

Prof. Jitender Kumar & Ms. Asha

ACADEMIC SELF-EFFICACY IN RELATION TO PARENTING STYLES OF SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS OF HARYANA

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 5006/5017

This study was conducted to determine the relationships between academic self-efficacy and parenting style of senior secondary school students of Haryana. The participants were 404 senior secondary school students studying in private CBSE schools in Haryana who were identified by stratified random sampling technique. For the purpose of sampling the whole Haryana state was divided into five zones i. e North, East, South, West and central. One district from each zone was selected by random Lottery method i. e. Rohtak, Gurugram, Mahendergarh, Hisar and Ambala. From the selected schools (two from each district) 40 students (Male and Female) studying 10+1 stage were selected using lottery method making a total sample of 404. Perceived parenting styles were determined by adapting the Parenting Styles Scale developed by Lamborn, Mounts, Steinberg and Dornbusch (1991). Academic Self-efficacy scale for adolescents (ASESA) developed by Bhaker and Pasricha (2016) was used to measure academic self-efficacy of senior secondary school students. The data was analyzed using descriptive and inferential statistics. The Pearson Product-moment correlation coefficient was used to see the relationship between academic self-efficacy and parenting styles. T-test was used to compare male and female subjects in academic self-efficacy. The result of the study showed no significant relationship between Academic self-efficacy and Authoritative Parenting Style of male and female senior secondary school students. However, a significant positive relationship was found between Academic Self-efficacy and Authoritarian, permissive and neglectful Parenting Style of Male senior secondary school students. But no significant relationship was found between Academic self-efficacy and Authoritarian, permissive and neglectful Parenting Style of Female senior secondary school students. The study also showed a significant difference in academic self-efficacy of male and female students. 

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Mahesh Kumar Deepak

COMMUNAL POLITICS AND THE ROLE OF VARIOUS POLITICAL IDEOLOGIES IN BIHAR: 1940-45

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 5018/5022

 Colonial India witnessed some of the worst communal violence during the penultimate years of her independence. The Bihar province too had its own share of communal agony as communal violence engulfed the province during the months of November-December 1946. Often termed as an aftermath and a reaction to the Calcutta Communal Riots which preceded it, this paper seeks to establish a relatively independent character of the Bihar disturbances(1946). It would also try to portray the role of local political-ideological dynamics as carried out by the various political and semi-political groups in the province during 1940-45, which formed the background of Bihar Communal riots of 1946.

Keywords: Communal, Sectarian, Language, Muslim League, Khaksars, RSS.

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Rachna Midha

EVALUATION OF HEAVY METAL CONTAMINATION IN INDIRA GANDHI CANAL WATER, SRI-GANGANAGAR, INDIA

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 5023/5035

The Indira Gandhi canal is the lifeline of Rajasthan which carries drinking and irrigation water from Harike barrage in Punjab to Rajasthan, it supplies water to 15 districts of Rajasthan. This paper discuss an integrated approach of heavy metal pollution discharged from various industries and municipal authorities. the water quality of the wetland has been studied with reference to various toxic metals. The metals analyzed include lead (Pb), chromium (Cr), copper (Cu), nickel (Ni) and Arsenic (As). The quality of water has drastically deteriorated due to the mixing of the heavy metals. Most of the metal ions were in higher concentration compared to the international standards. It has been observed that the quality of water is not safe for various aquatic and even unfit for human drinking and irrigation purposes, therefore, necessary conservation and management measures should be taken to improve the deteriorating water quality of this globally recognized wetland. 

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Ali, M. and Tiwari, T. N. (1998), Trace metals in ground water of Rourkela (India), concentrations and correlations. National Academy Science Literature,11(8): 244-246. APHA, Standard methods for the examination of water and wastewater (21st Edn), Washington, D.C., American Public Health Association, 2005. Bailey, R. (2002). Chemistry of the environment. San Diego, Calif.: Academic Press. Barik, R. N., Pradhan, B., Patel, R. K. (2005), Trace elements in ground water of Paradeep area. J. Inal. Polln. Contl., 21(2): 355-362. Baysal, A., Ozbek, N. and Akm, S. (2013). Determination of Trace Metals in Waste Water and Their Removal Processes. Waste Water - Treatment Technologies and Recent Analytical Developments. Bhatt, D. M., Hegde Ganesh, R. (1997), Ground waters quality in Uttara Kannada Distt.of Karnataka. Indian J. Environ. Hlth., 39(1); 61-64. Borgaonkat, S. S., Gokhble ,K. S. (1992), Distribution of Copper, Zinc, Cadmium and Lead in Thane creek and its relation with textural types and organic carbon. J. Environ. Bio. , 13(1): 39-45. Dayal, G. and Singh, R. P. (1991), Heavy metal contamination of ground water in Agra city (U.P.). Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. (India), 61(A): 569-572.

Ravi Kant Tiwari

TRANSLATION IN DALIT LITERATURE

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 5036/5041

It is important to communicate the voices and languages of the oppressed and those who are at the periphery. Translation is playing an important role in this process. There are various elements attached to the issue of translation, such as its reception, circulation not only at the local level but also at national and global level. The kind of readers/audience the work is going to serve should be kept in mind while translating. Dalit literature has not remained untouched from the influence of globalization. It should also be observed whether Dalit literature has somehow deviated from its original goal due to the impact of globalization or not.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Keywords: Translation, Dalit Literature, Euphemism, Caste, Sanskritization, Politics. 

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Abraham, Joshil K., and Judith Misrahi Barak, eds. Dalit Literatures in India. N.p.: Routledge India, 2015. Print. Abraham, Joshil K., and Judith Misrahi-Barak. "Introduction." Introduction. Dalit Literatures in India. New Delhi, India: Routledge, 2016. N. pag. Print. Azhagarasan, A. ‘Introduction: Bama in Context’, in Vanmam. Trans. Malini Seshadri. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2008; xxiii. Bama. Sangati. Trans. Lakshmi Holmstrom. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2005. Bama. Vanmam. Trans. Malini Seshadri. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2008. Bassnett, Susan and Harish Trivedi. ‘Introduction: Of Colonies, Cannibals and Vernaculars’, in Post Colonial Translation: Theory and Practise. London: Routledge, 1991; 1-18. Benjamin, Walter. Task of the Translator. N.p.: n.p., n.d. Print. Gautaman, Raj. ‘Dalit Protest Culture: The First Stage’, in The Oxford India Anthology of Tamil Dalit Writing, (eds.) R. Azhagarasan and Ravikumar. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2012; 264-9. Kothari, Rita. ‘Introduction’, Translating India. New Delhi: Cambridge University Press India, 2006; 1-5. Malmkjar, Kirsten. ‘Mapping and Approaching Translation Studies’, Linguistics and The Language of Translation. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2005; 36. Nayar, K. Pramod. ‘The Poetics of Postcolonial Atrocity: Dalit Life Writing, Testimonio and Human Rights’. Ariel: A Review of International English Literature 42.3-4 (2012): 237-64. Pai, Nalini. "Language and Translation in Dalit Literature." Dalit Literatures in India. Ed. Joshil K. Abraham and Judith Misrahi Barak. N.p.: Routledge I Spivak, gayatri Chakravorty. ‘The Politics of Translation’, in Outside in The Teaching Machine. New York: Routledge, 1993;180-3. India, 2015. 76-92. Print.

Samaresh Adak

CONSTRUCTIVISM AND IT’S SOCIO-PHILOSOPHICAL IMPLICATION IN EDUCATION

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 5042/5047

 

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Alt, D. (2016). Contemporary constructivist practices in higher education settings and academic motivational factors. Australian Journal of Adult, 56(3), 45-52. Best, J.W., & Kahn, J.V. (2006). Research in Education (10th ed), Chicago, Pearson Publication. Chaipicait, D.; Jantharajit,N.; Chookhampaeng, S. (2015). Development of learning management model based on constructivist theory and reasoning strategies for enhancing the critical thinking of secondary students. Educational Research and Reviews, 10(16), 2324-2330. Creswell, J. W. (2007). Qualitative inquiry and research design. (2nd ed). Thousand Oaks, Sage Publication. Dalo?lu, A., Baturay, M., & Yildirim, S. (2009). Designing a constructivist vocabulary learning material. In R. de Cássia Veiga Marriott, & P. Lupion Torres (Eds.), Handbook of research on e-learning methodologies for language acquisition 186-203. Hershey, P.A.: Information Science.

Shireesh Pal Singh

AN UNDERSTANDING OF THE RIGHT OF CHILDREN TO FREE AND COMPULSORY EDUCATION ACT 2009

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 5048/5058

Free and compulsory elementary education was made a fundamental right under Article 21A of the Constitution in December 2002 by the 86th Amendment. In bringing this into action, the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Bill\\\' was drafted in 2005. This was revised and became an Act in August 2009, but was enforced on 1stApril 2010. The Right to Education Act is a detailed and comprehensive piece of legislation which includes provisions related to schools, teachers, curriculum, evaluation, access and specific division of duties and responsibilities of all concerned. Education should be affordable to all, with textbooks, supplies and uniforms provided to students at no additional costs. Any cost that prevents a child from accessing school will be borne by the state which shall have the responsibility of enrolling the child as well as ensuring attendance and completion of 8 years of schooling. No child shall be denied admission for want of documents; no child shall be turned away if the admission cycle in the school is over and no child shall be asked to take an admission test. Children with disabilities will also be educated in the mainstream schools. In the present paper author has discussed about Right to Education Bill and Its Implementation.

 

Keywords – RTE 2009, Understanding, Implementation 

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Kingdon, Geeta Gandhi (2007).The progress of school education in India. Oxford Review of Economic Policy. 23 (2): 168-195. Kaur Satvinderpal (2013).Universalization of Elementary Education in the Context of Right to Education Act (2009): Assessment of Issues and Concerns. Scholarly Research Journal for Interdisciplinary Studies. JAN-FEB, 2013, Vol-I, Issue-IV.pp.1117-1125. http://www.srjis.com/srjis_new/images/articles/45.Satvinderpal%20Kaur.pdf The Times of India May 6, 2014-Minority institutions exempt, but Right To Education Act binding on pvt schools, says SC http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/mumbai/Minority-institutions-exempt-but-Right-To-Education-Act-binding-on-pvt-schools-says-SC/articleshow/34746433.cms Times of India Bhuvneshwar dated Mar 20, 2014 - Roadmap for schools http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/bhubaneswar/Roadmapforschools/articleshow/32346019 cms Times of India Trichy May 9, 2014- Survey throws light on discrepancies in RTE implementation http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/trichy/Survey-throws-light-on-discrepancies-in-RTE-implementation/articleshow/34844845.cms The Hindu April 19, 2014- RTE reimbursement: parents, schools in a fix http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/chennai/rte-reimbursement-parents-schools-in-a-fix/article5926427.ece The Times of India Mumbai Apr 29, 2014- Reinstate expelled Thane school kids: Child rights commission http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/mumbai/Reinstate-expelled-Thane-schoolkids-Child-rights-commission/articleshow/34390203.cms Tooley, J., and P. Dixon. 2005. "An Inspector Calls: The Regulation of 'Budget' Private Schools in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India". International Journal of Educational Development. 25 (3): 269-285.

Ritu Bakshi

INCLUSIVE EMPOWERMENT OF DALIT WOMEN: ISSUES AND CONCERNS

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 5058/5066

The aim of the present paper is to highlight the harsh reality of the suppression, struggle and pain Dalit women face every day. The hardships of Dalit women are not simply due to their poverty, economical status, or lack of education, but are a direct result of the severe exploitation and suppression by the upper classes. They suffer multiple forms of discrimination – as Dalits, as poor, and as women. They remain largely marginalized, poor and socially excluded. The main reason behind this is that most women aren’t aware of women rights in India and other times their legal rights are not protected as they should be. There is a dire need for active participation of both the sex to move forward towards the ideal of woman. Education is milestone of women empowerment because it enables them to respond to the challenges, to confront their traditional roles and change their life. Education also brings reduction in inequalities and function as a means of improving their status within family.  Empowerment of women means enabling or arming them to function independently or authorization that is enduring to equip women with all attributes .Empowering women exclusively attempt for the removal of gender biases, cultural restrictions, provision of adequate facilities .This paper deals with the empowerment of Dalit women and focus on women awareness towards education which is the powerful instrument of changing their position in the society who are being included in the minority.

Keywords: Dalit, Legal Rights, Empowerment, Education.

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Pawanpreet Kaur

CONSEQUENCES OF AN ACID RAIN AND ITS CONTROL MEASURES

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 5067/5074

 Acidic rain is one among the chronic problems for the global climate change and ecological deformation of our surroundings. Acid rain as the name suggests can be given to the precipitation of acid in the form of rain. But this term actually is somewhat misleading because even pure rain water collected in areas remote from civilization is slightly acidic (pH = 5.6) due to dissolved carbon dioxide, which reacts with water to give carbonic acid, a weak acid. It\'s been reduced by pack up smokestacks and exhaust pipes furthermore as victimization alternatives energy sources for vehicles, fuel station and electricity generation for various purpose so as to measure in an exceedingly safe and appropriate atmosphere without concern of worldwide warming and inexperienced house gases. Herein, the chemical analysis of the acid rain, its consequences and control measures undertaken by the government and should be taken by us are described. 

Keywords: Acid rain, environment.

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Deepak Kumar

FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT TO CLEAN AND SAFE DRINKING IN INDIA: LEGAL PROVISIONS AND JUDICIAL INTERPRETATIONS

Mar-Apr,2017, Vol - 4/30, Page - 5075/5082

\"\"Water is invaluable gift for life on the earth, like air, soil etc. Without it the life is unimaginable. Our water resources are unhappily polluted and has become a great problem these days in terms of scarce availability and degraded quality of available water all over the world. In India, water pollution is at alarming stage in its implication for the health and wellbeing of public at large and public is paying for it in all the terms. Many of reasons have been found behind this problem, such as vast increase in population, number of industries, etc. and the situation becomes more typical, when the issue of economic development is being followed in unsustainable way. Taking into consideration the enormity of the problem, legal measures have been taken in India. The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974 is an important legal and administrative measure to control the problem. The Constitution of India is having an important right under Article 21, where through judicial interpretation the Court declared that the right to clean and safe drinking water is a fundamental right.  In view of the above this paper endeavors to sketch the role of legislature in context to protect fundamental right clean and safe drinking water in India. To achieve enshrined objectives, this paper adopts the analytical approach of research. Relevant data has been collected from secondary sources of research along with internet resources.

Keywords: Fundamental Rights, Legal Mechanism, Water Pollution, Judicial Interpretation, 

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