JAN-FEB, 2018 SRJIS

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43
Imapct Factor: 6.17
ISSN: 2278-8808
Date: 04-Mar-2018

An International Peer Reviewed

Scholarly Research Journal for Interdisciplinary Studies


Smita Phatak & Mrs. Archana Vadeyar

AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF A JOYFUL AND WHOLESOME EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING PROGRAM TO AWAKEN EMPATHY IN URBAN YOUTH

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9121/9142

 Empathy is one of the ten core life skills as enlisted by UNICEF, UNESCO and WHO that can help us understand and accept others who may be very different from ourselves. Today’s need is to make learning interesting by developing interactive youth programs to provide joyful and wholesome experiences so as to awaken empathy in urban youth. Such interactions can bring about a shift of frame of reference due to social comparison that will be helpful in the long run. The primary purpose of this exploratory study was to develop and implement the joyful and wholesome experiential program to awaken empathy in urban youth and analyse their experiences after the program. A group of 50 Std. XIIth students were randomly selected who planned recreational and educative yet interesting activities. Sample of students visited a rural school along with mentor teacher where they interacted with children and conducted activities for (1st to 4th) primary children and local school (1st to 7th) for underprivileged children. A questionnaire prepared by researcher, to understand the response of students after the program, was filled by participants. A detailed analysis of the responses was done and experiences of youth were studied. The thoughtful and guided interaction can give immense satisfaction and some realizations with a lot of fun and happiness.
Keywords: Experiential learning, Joyful and wholesome, urban youth, awaken empathy.
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v5i43.11191

 

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D. Elumalai & S. Devasahayam Selvakumar

A STUDY ON AWARENESS ON FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS AMONG UNDERGRADUATE LEARNERS BASED ON CERTAIN PRESAGE VARIABLES

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9143/9150

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Ajay Kumar Attri & Mr. Brijesh Kumar Rai

PERCEPTION OF STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES (STUDYING IN INCLUSIVE SCHOOLS OF DELHI’S NORTH-EAST ZONE) TOWARDS TECHNOLOGICAL DEVICES BEING USED BY THEM

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9151/9156

 The purpose of this study was to explore the perception of students with disabilities towards technological devices being used by them. This study was conducted in the schools of three educational districts i.e. East, North- East and North of Delhi’s North-East Zone. Purposive sampling method was used to select 30 schools (ten schools from each district) from this Zone; further researcher selected 30 students with disabilities from these schools (one student from each school). For this study three types of students with disabilities i.e. visual impairment, hearing impairment, and locomotor impairment were selected. Descriptive survey method was used to collect the data with five points Likert type scale, which was developed by researcher with the help of experts in the field of special education. Frequency, Percentage, Means and Standard Deviationswere used for data analysis. Findings of the study show that students with disabilities have positive perceptions towards technological devices and they believed that these devices are very helpful intheir educational inclusion. 
Keywords: Perception, Students with disabilities, Technological devices
 
 

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Anderson, I. L.,& Horney, M. A. (2007). Supported e-Text: Assistive technology through text transformations. Reading Research Quarterly, 42, 153-160. Ellis, K.R. (2016). Students with disabilities’ perceptions of assistive technology, the livescribe, smartpen, audio recording, and note-taking service accommodations (Master dissertation, California State University, Sacramento). Retrieved from http://csus-dspace.calstate.edu/bitstream/handle/10211.3/171261KELLIS%20Thesis% 20FINAL.pdf?sequence=2 Hemmingsson, H., Lidstrom, H., & Nygard, L. (2009). Use of assistive technology devices in mainstream schools: students’ perspective. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 63, 463-472

A. Jeyantha Mary

BRAIN BASED TEACHING APPROACH FOR THE DIGITAL ERA

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9157/9160

 In the digital age, students have the ways, means, and speed to gather any information they want. But they need your guidance more than ever. Discover how digital technology is actually changing students\\\\\\\' brains. Learn why this creates new obstacles for teachers, but also opens up potential new pathways for learning. You will understand the new realities of teaching in a world filled with ipods, smartphones, and the Internet. Computers are everywhere, and they are transforming the human world. The technology of computers and the Internet is radically changing the ways that people learn and communicate. In the midst of this technology-driven revolution people need to examine the changes to analyze how they are altering interaction and human culture. The changes have already permeated societies around the world, altering learning, teaching, communication, politics, and most aspects of human interaction.
Keywords: Brain-based Teaching, Digital classroom and 21st Century
 

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Awoloa, S. A. (2011). Effect of brain-based learning strategy on students' achievement in senior secondary school mathematics in Oyo State, Nigeria. Cypriot? Journal of Educational Sciences, 2, 91-105. Battro, A.M. & Fischer, K.W. (2012). Mind, Brain, and Education in the Digital Era. Mind, Brain, and Education, 6(1), 49-50. Retrieved February 12, 2018 Caine, R., & Caine, G. (1991, 2003). Taking Connection: Teaching and the human Brain. Assocition for Supervision and Curriculum Development. Caine, R., & Caine, G. (1991). Understanding a brainbased approach to learning and teaching. Education Leadership, 48(2), 66-70. Jenson, E. (1998). Teaching with the brain. USA: Alexandria,V.A. Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. Kaufman, E. K., Robinson, S. J., Belllah, K. A., Akers, C., Haase-Wittler, P., & Martindale, L. (2008). Engaging Students with Brain-Based Learning. Research Report, Techniques. Luna, B. (2004). Algebra and the Adolescent Brain- Trends. Cognitive Sciences, 8, 437-439.

Hanae Errhouni & G. Sundharavadivel

PROMOTING EMPLOYEE WELFARE AND GENERAL WELL-BEING AT THE WORKPLACE

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9161/9164

 The performance of a company is intimately linked to well-being at work, i.e. to the development of its employees internally. And for good reason, psychosocial risks at work are receiving increasing attention from managers. 
Keywords: Employee welfare, well-being at work, Work stress, Mental health, Quality of work life.
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v5i43.11195

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Ganasekaran.P, 1stEdition, 2008, Labour Laws, ArumaPathippagam, Page No: 46-59. Kothari C.R, 2ndEdition, 2004, Research Methodology Methods and techniques, Newage international (P) Ltd, Page No: 1-7. Punekar.S.D, 12thEdition, 1999, Labour Trade Unionism and Industrial Relations, Himalaya Publishing House, Page No. 51-60.

Mrs. Amandeep Kaur

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF ADOLESCENT STUDENTS IN RELATION TO THEIR SELF CONCEPT AND ANXIETY

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9165/9170

 The study was designed to examine academic achievement of adolescent students in relation in their self concept and anxiety. Participants were 200 adolescents from Amritsar city. Purposive random sampling technique was used.  The findings of study revealed that there is positive relationship between frustration and intelligence, frustration and family climate of adolescents. There exists no significant difference in frustration scores of boys and girls.
Keywords:   Academic achievement, Anxiety, self concept.
 
 

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Padvi A.T.

ROLE OF INDIGENOUS FOOD CROPS IN TRIBAL LIVELIHOOD OF WESTERN SATPURA IN AKKALKUWA TAHSIL NANDURBAR DISTRICT

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9171/9178

 Indigenous food crops refer to crops that have their origin in native place. Added to these crops are those that were introduced into the country or any region and are now recognized as naturalized or traditional crops. These crops are produced and found growing in the native place various weather conditions with many found in the wild. They are grains, vegetables and fruit. Akkalkuwa tahsil in Nandurbar district is mostly scheduled tribe population lives about 85 percent of the total population. The Bhil, Pawara and Dhanka Tadvi etc. tribal communities were dependent primarily on their own agricultural produce and a variety of forest based products for livelihood. In this paper has focused on identify different types and importance of indigenous food crops in study area. In the study area, the available cultivable land is less than the forest cover area to the total geographical area and it is about three percent area was under the irrigated. In fact the study area most of the farmers, their cropping pattern was a kharip type, agriculture is mainly depends on rainwater. It may be observed that most of the tribal people has been cultivated the indigenous crops of more, banti, padi, rala, lal jawar, kodra etc., vegetables and fruits. The varieties of millets traditionally produced were locally consumed and were hardly sold. They were primarily stored for food security.
Keywords: Cropping pattern, landuse pattern, indigenous crop, kitchen garden, tribal community.
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v5i43.11197

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Hanae Errhouni & G. Sundharavadivel

MANAGEMENT AND PREVENTION OF OCCUPATIONAL STRESS

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9179/9185

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Sandeep Rajendra Sahu

AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF CONSUMER’S DECISION MAKING FACTORS IN PURCHASING ORGANIC FOODS IN MUMBAI CITY

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9186/9195

 Consumers increasingly tend to prefer food with added value such as high quality, health benefits and animal welfare. And organic farming is in tune with the expectations of this growing number of consumers who buy organic food despite the considerably higher prices. Organic method is a better method of agriculture than chemical-based agriculture because it retains the health of soil as well as environment and also producing qualitative agricultural produces. The organic food market revenues in India are expected to increase at a CAGR of around 25% during 2014-19. The western region is the highest revenue contributor for the country’s organic food market followed by the southern region. In terms of metro cities, then organic food sales are high in Mumbai, Chennai, Delhi, Bengaluru, Pune and Gurgaon. The present study is undertaken in Mumbai city as Mumbai has one of the highest numbers of organic food outlets in the entire country of India. This study examines consumer preferences for organic foods, their demographic profile, and most importantly, their decision-making factors for purchasing organic foods. All the information pertaining to the research topic is collected with the help of structured questionnaires from the sample respondents. And thereafter, necessary suggestions and recommendation are made by the researcher.  
Keywords: Organic Farming, Organic Food, Consumer’s Decision making Styles
 

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Alka Jain

UCCHA SHIKSHA EANV HINDI BHASHA - CHUNOTIYONKA EANV SAMADHAN

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9196/9201

 

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Bharati Chand

THE STUDY OF EDUCATIONAL STRATEGIES FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT BASED ON INSIGHTS FROM THE BHAGAVAD-GITA

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9202/9214

 This paper explores educational strategies for sustainable development by following insights from Bhagavad Gita. The Bhagavad-Gita is a part of Indian epic, the Mahabharata which is a well-known Indian spiritual and philosophical text and its teachings are universal, non-sectarian.It provides educational strategies for sustainable future which aspires to increase pro-environmental behaviour. In this article, the researcher employs hermeneutics, a qualitative methodology which is the interpretation of ancient or classical literature, the Bhagavad-Gita. The existing findings are interpreted by analysing the verse of Bhagavad Gita. At the end,it is concluded that timeless teaching of Bhagavad Gita has  educational strategies to enhance the sustainable development .This article is expected to provide spiritual as well as  philosophical approach to education for sustainable development based on spiritual insights from Bhagavad Gita.
Keywords: The Bhagavad-Gita, Education, Sustainable Development
 

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Mukesh Kumar Ray

LEGAL REGIME OF RIGHT TO INFORMATION IN INDIA: A SOCIO - LEGAL STUDY OF HIGHER EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS OF KUMAUN, UTTARAKHAND

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9222/9235

 Information is an essential tool of democratic system, where people understand what is good for them and the nation knows how to govern them. India has got a position as the largest democracy of the world. But the quality of the Indian Democracy has a need to achieve the matching distinction. In India, it has been commonly experienced everywhere that the system is totally paralyzed due to corruption, unaccountability and irresponsibility. None of the law has to ensure the transparency in the system and track the carelessness or corruption.In comparison to other Rights, Right to information is an emerging Right. There is no other law or legislation which can be compared with this Right. In recent years, there has been a strong global trend towardsrecognition of Access to Information (ATI) by countries, intergovernmental - organizations, civil society and the people. The Right to Information has been recognized as a fundamental human right, which upholds the inherent dignity of human beings.
Keywords: -Information, Democracy, totally paralyzed, corruption, unaccountability, irresponsibility, emerging right, intergovernmental, fundamental human right, and inherent dignity.
 

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Mrs. Poonampreet kaur

HUMAN RIGHTS AND TEACHER EDUCATION

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9236/9242

 In this article named human rights and teacher education emphasis is made on relationship between Human rights and Teacher Education. As Universal Declaration of Human rights has considered the importance of fundamental rights of an individual. It also explains importance of Human rights in Indian Context as well as throws light on specific needs of Human Rights Education. It stress on the point that, in order to introduce Human Rights Education in the curriculum of all the levels of School Education, first it should be the part of the curriculum of the Teacher Education. Human Rights should be part of all school subjects, and should permeate the students whole learning experience, However because circumstances are different in each country and region, teachers have used many different tactics for fitting Human rights  into their school curriculum. Teacher should start teaching Human rights at a ‘grassroots’ level in whichever way they can, with the permission of the principle or local level officials by persuading the local or national educational authorities to change the system. The activities related to Human rights education give children skills, knowledge and attitudes which they will need to work towards a world free of Human rights Violations. The Teacher Training Programmers should enable the teachers to set their own teaching goals in Human Rights for each class. So, Human Rights Education makes the teacher trainees aware of Human Rights and their significance in life. 
Keywords:- Human Rights, Teacher Education, Fundamental rights, Curriculum Human Rights Education, Learning experience, Grass root level, local or national educational authorities etc.
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v5i43.11202

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Yashvinder Kapil & Selvan R.M.

A STUDY ON LEVEL OF AWARENESS ON ETIOLOGY OF INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY AMONG PARENTS OF CHILDREN WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9243/9250

 In the present study the researcher has tried to explore the level of awareness regarding etiological factor of intellectual disability among parents having children with intellectual. The objective of this study was to assess the level of awareness among parents related to medical and etiological factors of intellectual disability. The sample of the study was 60 parents. The researcher used a self developed tool. The tool comprises of 30 items intellectual disabilities and its etiological factors, further it has medical cum genetic causes or environmental factor as two domains. The obtained t value was 1.20 & 2.02 respectively in both the medical cum genetic and environmental factors and the significant difference was .233 & .048 respectively. In addition to it item wise analysis was also prepared. The findings indicated that level of awareness does not vary with the gender of parents. The level of awareness has also does not have significance effect with respect to the socio economic status of the parents. Meanwhile, in the different items it can be said that parents have significance level of awareness whereas in few areas they need more awareness such as transferability of Intellectual disability, phenlketonuria.
 

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Md. Athar Hussain

THE EVALUATION OF STUDENT TEACHERS’ PERCEPTION OF DISTANCE MODE TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAMMES

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9251/9265

 Distance Education have come a long way and opened new ways in the field of education. With distance learning opportunities are growing at a high rate at many tertiary institutions. There is a need to ensure that Support Services, Self Instructional Materials, effective feedback on assignments, facilities at the study centers are provided sufficiently. Distance learning programmes are generally designed to serve an off campus population. The purpose of the study is to investigate the perception and experiences of the pupil teachers about different aspects related to the teacher education programmes offered through distance mode. Because the study was descriptive in nature the general survey model was employed. The population of the study was defined as students enrolled into the distance mode B.Ed. programmes in the universities of erstwhile Andhra Pradesh. The sample consisted of 360 student teachers who have taken admission into six different universities of Andhra Pradesh providing B.Ed. course on distance mode. Data were gathered through self made opinion ire with five point scale by using simple percentage.
Keywords:  Student Teachers, Education, Distance Mode, Distance Learning, Teacher Education.
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v5i43.11204

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S. Amutharani & S. Saraswathi

IMPACT OF DEMONETIZATION POLICY ON COMMON PEOPLE LIFE

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9266/9274

 In 2016, the Indian government decided to demonetize the two biggest denominations of 500 and 1000 rupee notes. These notes accounted for 86% of the country’s cash supply. The government’s goal was to eradicate counterfeit currency, fight against tax evasion, eliminate black money, terrorist financing activities and promote a cashless economy.     Demonetization Policy  is a master stroke to combat corruption, bribery, unethical tax evasion by the black money hoarders. Black money and corruption affects the growth of the economy of any country. The annual black money economy is conservatively placed at around 20 percent about GDP . GDP recovered to 6.3 percent in Nov to September 2016 from the previous quarter’s 5.7 percent. To eradicate the root problem of black money generation, this policy play vital role. Hence the study of opinion of the public towards the impact of demonetization is mandatory.  The result of the demonetization cannot be reaped with a night. It is a lengthy process, even year to take to yield a benefit.  The present article has made an attempt to explain the impact of demonetization in the common man life in Virudhunager district .
Keywords: Financial literacy, black money, fake currency, digital payment
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v5i43.11205

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Ramdhan Nautiyal & Deepti Uniyal

SARAKARI EANV GAIR-SARKARI VIDHYALAYO ME MADHYAMIK STAR PAR ADHYAYANTAR CHATRA EANV CHATRAO KI COMPUTER ABHIVRUTTI KA ADHYAYAN

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9275/9283

 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v5i43.11211

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Paramjit Singh

A STUDY OF METACOGNITIVE ABILITY OF COMMERCE STUDENTS IN RELATION TO ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9284/9289

 The explosion of knowledge in science and technology has influenced every area of  life, including business and commerce. The increasing complexities of commerce  organizations in the present world make it obligatory for students to be more practical, creative and active learner. Learning commerce needs deeper, more durable and more transferable thinking. There are various processes which leads to the construction of knowledge like experiential learning, situated learning and metacognition learning.In this regard, the present study was undertaken to study metacognitive ability of +1 commerce students in relation to academic achievement. A sample of 200 studentswas selected from +1 commerce grade from different schools 
of Amritsar district. The data was collected by using PunitaGovil’s metacognitive ability inventory. The results were used to suggest ways for improving academic achievement by using metacognitive ability.
 
 
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v5i43.11212

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Manali Anuje, Ruchita Bhavsar, Pranjali Dahale, Mansi Raut, Navnath Nighot, Sheetal Pardeshi & Prafulla Shede

CHARACTERIZATION OF SNAKE SCAT FLORA FOR PRODUCTION OF PROTEASE, KERATINASE AND ESTERASE ENZYMES

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9290/9299

 Snakes are reptiles found in diverse geographical conditions and are known to ingest their prey lacking the step of chewing. The indiginous microbiota of snake must be elevating its digestive efficiency through secretion of various enzymes which may prove significant for industrial applications as well. In present study, scat samples of 12 snakes were collected from Rajiv Gandhi Zoological Park, Katraj, Pune for isolation of snake scat flora. Samples were spread plated on nutrient agar, trypticase soya agar, yeast peptone dextrose agar, brain heart infusion agar, salmonella shigella agar and ravan agar. 371 morphologically distinct isolates were obtained and screened qualitatively for protease, keratinase and esterase using skim milk agar, feather meal agar and tributyrin agar respectively. Among the isolates, 46% were positive for protease, 22% were positive for keratinase and maximum isolates i.e. 85%, were positive for esterase. 20% of total isolates showed production of all three enzymes. The first five isolates showing largest zone of clearance in qualitative assays were characterized quantitatively for protease and keratinase. Results obtained indicate that snake scat flora is a large untapped reservoir of industrially important microbial enzymes and can be a potential resource for degradation of animal tissue waste generated from slaughter house and poultry industries.
Keywords – Snakes, snake scat flora, keratinase, esterase and microbial enzymes.
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v5i43.11232

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Agrahari S., Wadhwa N., (2010) Degradation of chicken feather a poultry waste product by keratinolytic bacteria isolated from dumping site at ghazipur poultry processing plant. International journal of poultry science 9(5) Page 482 to 489 Alnahdi H. S., (2012) Isolation and screening of extracellular proteases produced by ne Isolated Bacillus sp. Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science 2 (9) Page 71 to 74.

Sultan Mudasir & Tyagi S.K.

A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF EFFECTIVENESS OF MODULAR AND E-LECTURE APPROACHES FOR LEARNING EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH CONCEPTS BY P.G. AND POST P.G. STUDENTS IN THE CONTEXT OF LOCUS OF CONTROL

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9301/9317

 The purpose was to study the effect of Treatment, Locus of Control and their interaction on Achievement of Research Comprehension, Achievement of Research Skill and Overall Research Achievement in Educational Research when groups were equated on Pre-Achievement of Research Comprehension, Pre-Achievement of Research Skill and Overall Pre-Research Achievement in Educational Research respectively. The present study was Quasi- experimental in nature, designed on the lines of Non-Equivalent Control Group Design by Campbell and Stanley. The sample comprised of 130 students, out of these 91 were P.G. students and 39 were post P.G. students studying in different Institutions of Jammu and Kashmir. Out of 130 students, 45 P.G. students and 20 Post P.G. students constituted the Modular group while as 46 P.G. students and 19 Post P.G. students constituted the e-lecture group. Some common topics were taught to both the groups using different strategies of teaching viz., module and e-lecture. The Achievement of Research Comprehension and Research Skill of P.G. and Post P.G. students was assessed with the help of (i) Achievement of Research Comprehension Test and Research Skill Test in Educational Research developed by the researcher. The data related to Locus of Control was collected with the help of standardized tool Locus of Control developed by Roma pal. The data were analysed with the help of Two Way ANCOVA. The findings of the study were: (i) Modular Approach was found to be effective in terms of Achievement of Research Comprehension, Research Skill and Overall Research Skill in Educational Research as compared to e-lecture approach when groups were equated on Pre-Achievement of Research Comprehension, Pre-Achievement of Research Skill and Overall Pre-Research Achievement in Educational Research respectively. (ii) Locus of Control and its interaction with Treatment was found to have no significant influence on Achievement of Research Comprehension, Achievement of Research Skill and Overall Research Achievement in Educational Research when groups were equated on Pre-Achievement of Research Comprehension, Pre-Achievement of Research Skill and Overall Pre-Research Achievement in Educational Research respectively.
1. Doctoral Research Scholar, School of Education, DAVV, Indore, M.P.
2. Former, Professor, Head and Dean, School of Education, Indore, M.P.
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v5i43.11233

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Deepika Kamboj & Shukrant Jagotra

IMPACT OF OPEN INNOVATION ON BUSINESS MODEL INNOVATION: A STUDY OF SMES IN PUNJAB

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9318/9327

 SMEs have acted as backbone of rural India by providing ample employment opportunities and infrastructural developments. The number of SMEs in India is growing at a fast pace hence increasing the competition. Punjab is one such state having large number of SMEs in different segments. In order to diversify and excel, SMEs are undertaking innovative practices and trying to create a competitive advantage by incorporating innovation through different ways. This paper examines the relationship between Open Innovation and Business Model Innovation by interviewing 120 respondents and collecting responses with the help of a structured questionnaire. It is a descriptive study exploring relationship through linear modeling. The results of the study show significant and positive relationship among Open Innovation, Business Model Innovation.
Keywords: Open Innovation, Inbound Open Innovation, Outbound Open Innovation, Business Model Innovation, SMEs, Automatic Linear Modeling, Shapiro-Wilk test

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v5i43.11234

 

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Surendra Kumar

USE OF TEACHING METHODS AT HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9328/9333

 To facilitate the process of knowledge transmission, teachers should apply appropriate teaching methods that best suit specific objectives and level exit outcomes. In the traditional teaching-learning mode many practitioners applied teacher-centered teaching methods to impart knowledge to students comparatively student-centered methods. The subject information produced by the learners is remembered better than the same information presented to the learners by the lecturer. The present study has been attempted by the researcher to explore the teaching methods adopted by teachers in formal mode teaching processes. The methods inputs, its operation and utility have been studied with teaching specificity in the Indian context. In formal education system attendance of students in a classroom is a major task. All teacher tries to accept this challenge and work hard to maintain this task. Adunola, 2011 added quite remarkably, regular poor academic performance by the majority students is fundamentally linked to application of ineffective teaching methods by teachers to impart knowledge to learners. This study revealed that even though 20 teaching methods were to be adopted by teachers of four faculties only vert less number of teaching methods practiced. As a whole, a large majority of teacher of art faculty (96.25 percent) adopted lecture method, 78.75 percent teacher of art faculty adopt discussion method. Hand-on-teaching method adopted by science teacher and teacher educators (25.00 percent).
Keyword: Teaching Method, Higher Education.
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v5i43.11235

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Sharad Hari Vishwasrao

AADIWASI VIDHYARTHYANCHI AAVAD ( SHAIKSHNIK / VYAVSAYIK) EK VASTUSTHITI

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9334/9340

 

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Paromita Das

SELF-REGULATION IN EVERYDAY LIFE: A HARBINGER OF PEACE

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9340/9348

 Peace for a common man indicates the existing condition in his/her surroundings. Everyone expects peace to come from the external sources to the extent that can fulfil one’s satisfactory level. Man is not separate from his society. So, if s/he has expectations of a peaceful environment there are duties/skills which he himself or herself should develop and follow. It can be started from one to many and vice-versa and in harmony. For this there is a need of self-regulation in everyday life which can foreshadow peace in gradual steps. This is possible only when one understands his/her Self. Peace is each one’s responsibility in every simple manner one can. We should not depend on the Government or any authority or organization to grant peace. This attitude has to be changed because Government is of the people, by the people and for the people. One of the biggest reasons of conflict, violence and unrest is that we try to think for ourselves first, our own needs and desires too. There are ways to peace if we all are willing. First of all, the goal and then our efforts with mutual trust and respect can make everyday life better. To know about other people, their way of life is necessary for a better communication and to maintain healthy relationships. Even the stranger in a remote place, though harmful, is our responsibility, to prevent him/her from disturbing peace and to know the root cause of his/her inner conflict or state of mind. It is the self-regulation strategies which everyone should follow and practise in his/her immediate environment such as home, neighbourhood, institution and workplace. This can start from the local to the global level. This paper is a humble attempt to reflect on our everyday life, how we lead it, our thinking, feeling and doing that not only affects ourselves but also the surroundings and society. Health factor both physiological and mental has a role to play in inner peace and the peace to be built all around us. Several other causes as obstacles to inner peace, how to deal with them and self-regulation in various ways are included in this paper. Also to be aware of the basic life skills which will help to maintain our inner peace and our peaceful co-existence with the living and non-living around.
Keywords:   Peace, harmony,  Self,  Health,  life skills
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v5i43.11236

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P. Arulpragasam

INFLUENCE OF E- JOURNALS IN ACADEMIA AND SCHOLARLY COMMUNICATIONS

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9349/9357

 The article describes to highlight the important of e-journals for the access in the academic libraries. As academia progresses towards the 21st century, increases in student numbers, distance learning, changes in copyright licensing and lack of funding means that academic institutions have to look more closely at the use of electronic resources in order to meet these challenges. The “wired campus” and “virtual university” mean more users looking for electronic resources and increased pressure on libraries to provide these services. Electronic journals have become an increasingly important part of academic library collections; Electronic journal usage has created a new set of issues such as archiving, copyright, cataloguing, site licensing, remote access, hardware requirements and journal design.  Today availability of e-resources in a university library is very common. This paper deals with different aspects of electronic journals and their impact on users, authors, indexing services, scholarly communication, accessibility and libraries. The academics are still in the process of adopting this medium. There is variation in the use of electronic journals from discipline to discipline. Researchers have positive attitude towards electronic journals. Budget allocation for journals has been shifting from print to electronic form, which has necessitated a change in collection development policies of libraries. The article describes all such aspects of electronic journals. 
Keywords: electronic journals, academic libraries, user awareness, e-journal usage, e-resources.
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v5i43.11237

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J. Shakila

A STUDY OF THE INTER PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS OF PROSPECTIVE TEACHERS

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9358/9364

                  Prospective teachers are the future goal setters. It is very important to monitoring how they are learning and acquiring the practical and theoretical knowledge for the future development and growth in the career profession. Simply learning and ignoring not at all a matter in the teacher profession, but it is essential to follow them up and make the interpersonal relationships as part of their life is necessary, because they can manage their profession in well respective manner and they will enter into shape the younger minds and they my put mark of behaviour in the young brains and really they will become the role models. This study needed to know the level of prospective teachers interpersonal relationships and will help to assess their quality of teaching learning. The objectives of the study were 1. To find   out the level  of interpersonal   relationships   of prospective teachers and to   classify them. 2. To find out the influences of the certain variables on the interpersonal relationships of the prospective teachers. The sample of the present study was 150 prospective teachers and adopted Normative Survey Method. 
Key words: Inter personal relationships, prospective teachers
 

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Yudhpreet Singh

LIFE SATISFACTION OF TEACHER EDUCATORS IN RELATION TO ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9365/9372

 The present research paper aimed to examine the relationship between life satisfaction of teacher educator and organizational climate. The population of the study consisted of teacher educators who work in aided and self-financed colleges of education of Amritsar. The sampling of the study was a total of 100 teacher educators. The data for the study were collected through two different scales; Life Satisfaction Scale and Organizational Climate Scale.  According to the results of the study,teacher educators of aided colleges are having more life satisfaction and more congenial organizational climate than the teacher educators of self-financed colleges of education. The study also revealed that there is positive relationship between life satisfaction and organizational climate.
 

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Bharati Chand

A STUDY OF LEADERSHIP MANAGEMENT FROM BHAGAVAD GITA BY FOLLOWING

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9372/9381

 This paper explores the leadership management from the Bhagavad-Gitaby following yoga.The study sought to investigate the two broad centripetal and centrifugal leadership management by harmonious blending of Karma Yoga,Gyan Yoga and Bhakti Yoga.This paper is based on literature review and hermeneutics, a qualitative research methodology which involves study, understanding and interpretation of ancient or classical text. The existing findings are interpreted by analysing the verse of Bhagavad Gita. At the end,it is concluded that teaching of Bhagavad Gita has authentic leadership management by following Yoga. Using contextual analysis this paper is an attempt to explore the leadership management and the guidance on vision found in this classic text.This study aimsto gain deep understanding and insights into concepts of vision and leadership to lead and develop leadership our young generation with broader perspective.
Keywords: Bhagavad Gita, Leadership, Management, Karma Yoga, Gyan Yoga and Bhakti Yoga
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v5i43.11247

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Jajneswar Sethi

TAJIKISTAN – RUSSIA RELATIONS IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9382/9397

 Tajikistan – Russia relations after the disintegration of the USSR certainly owe a lot to their historical attachment in various phases. The relationship between the two countries has always been a smooth one since the time of Tajikistan’s creation as a republic within Soviet Union. The relations have passed through various stages of development starting from the Tsarist colonial times to the present. Russia has been historically tied with Tajikistan and is one of the most important neighbours and guarantor of peace in the region Tajikistan depends fully on Russia to preserve the unity and integrity of its territory. Russia has not intervened coercively in the Tajik conflict, but has acted in support of a government with which it has treaty obligations. Russia sought to apply a supportive strategy of engagement designed to defend the border zone, support the Tajik Government and persuade the opposition to resolve the conflict peacefully on the relation between Tajikistan and Russia at present are geared to a very intensive search for the best forms, ways and means of cooperation.
Key – Words
Erstwhile :- former
Dismantle :- take to pieces
Multi-nationality :- means a person is currently regarded as a citizen of
    more than one state.
Nomadic :- living the life of a nomad wandering
Geo-political :- relating to politics, especially international relations, as                                                influenced by geographical factors.     
TASSR :- Turkestan Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic.
Basmachi :- the local Guerrilla fighters.
NEP :- New Economic Policy.
Agro-industrial :- relating to production for both industrial and agricultural purposes.
CPT :- Communist Party of Tajikistan.
Tajik intelligentsia :- highly educated group who demanded for the separate linguistic identity for Tajikistan.
Glasnost :- openness
Spiritual independence :- To become sovereign to recognize one’s own power of self-determination self guidance and self-direction.
Radical Islam :- extremism in Islam.
City-dweller :- person who lives in a city.
Civil-war :- a war between citizens of the same country.
Jehadis :- persons involved in a Jihad, an Islamic Militant.
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v5i43.11248

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Rasheeduddin khan Central Asia’s Geo-political Importance World Focus, 13(11-12), Nov-Dec, 1992, p.57. Ajay pattanaik, Central Asia Since Soviet Disintegration World Focus, Vol. 21, no.8, August, 2000, p.3 Ibid Ibid Teresa Rakowska, “Russia and Nationalism in cenTral Asia” The John Hopkins press, London, 1970, p.76. Shirin Akiner, op.cit, p.7 Mouzaffer Olimov, “The Policy of Russia in Central Asia”. A perspective from Tajikistan. Foreign Affairs, Sept/Oct, 1997, p.110. Ibid Terasa Rakowska – Harmstone, op.cit, p.13 Ibid.

Kharat Suryakant Namdev & Uplane Megha Mahadev

OMKAR JAPACHA APRAGAT VIDHYARTHYANCHYA ABHYAS SAVAYI V SHAIKSHANIK SAMPADAN YAVAR HONARYA PARINAMANCHA ABHYAS

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9397/9406

 

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Shinde Ashok Vitthalrao & Sarita Agrawal

FUNGUS DIVERSITY AND GENETIC CHARACTERIZATION

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9407/9410

 The extent of Fungus diversity is reviewed, with respect to revised estimates of the numbers of plant species, and recent data on the extent of novelty in tropical forests, unexplored habitats, and numbers of orphaned, cryptic, and collected but yet undescribed species. Collections of Fungus cultures are considered to be better referred to as “genetic resource collections” rather than “culture collections” to mesh with current terminology in other groups of organisms. Finally, the special role and responsibilities of CBS, as the major centre for the conservation of Fungus genetic resources worldwide, is emphasized.

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Multistate outbreak of Fungus infection associated with injection of methylprednisolone acetate solution from a single compounding pharmacy - United States, (2012). MMWR 2012, 61, 839–842. Kauffman, C.A.; Pappas, P.G.; Patterson, T.F. (2013) Fungus infections associated with contaminated methylprednisolone injections. New Eng. J. Med., 368, 2495–2500.

Dinesh Bassi & Sudheer Singh Verma

PRINT MEDIAAND PUNJAB MILITANCY: AN ANALYSIS OF CATEGORY OF LABELLING AND ISSUE OF SENSITIZATION

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9411/9430

 Punjab faced acute torture ofmilitancyfrom the 1980’s and acquired disastrous shape after the Operation Blue Starled by Indian Army to flush out militants from the Golden Temple premises.Whereas the conflict was continuing among militants and security personals at plains of Punjab, English and vernacular print media were in tussle with each other over covering news related to the occurred violence in Punjab. The English and vernacular media had labelled news related to perpetuating violence in Punjab to people which was created fractured sphere of news world. The media had presented the news covered by ideological contours which was too offended the communities’emotionsthat were having century’s old roots. The print media were looked divided while representing violent incidents in Punjab due to theirideological differences.The paper has attempted to understand the meaning of the covered news related to the violent incidents through the ideological lenses by the newspaper and the occurred consequences of that labelled news to society. The paper applied content analysis method, which covers under the qualitative and quantitative research methodology. The paper has solely based on the qualitative methodology. The paper briefly concluded that the role of media is crucial in creating social capital in security. The English and Vernacular print media represented the news related to the violent incidents according to their set ideology, which created fractured views of the sphere in society. 
Keywords: Punjab Militancy,Print Media, Political Ideology, Sensitization.

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v5i43.11252

 

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Vatika Sibal

STEREOTYPING WOMEN IN INDIAN CINEMA

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9431/9438

 Cinema is believed to entertain, to take the viewer to a world that is different from the real one, a world which provides escape from the daily grind of life. Cinema is a popular media of mass consumption which plays a key role in moulding opinions, constructing images and reinforcing dominant cultural values. The paper deals with representations of women characters in mainstream Bollywood movies. Women constitute fifty per cent of the population and hence their portrayal on screen is crucial in determining the stereotypes that exist in the society. The paper begins with a discussion on the field of feminist film criticism and how mainstream Hindi Cinema has restricted itself to defined sketches of womanhood. It also undertakes some glimpses from popular films to analyze this process of stereotyping. Cinema is always constructed from the male view point. In conclusion, a debate ensues on whether mainstream Hindi cinema has been successful in portraying Indian women of different shades in a society dominated by patriarchal values.
Keywords: Bollywood Cinema, stereotypes, patriarchal 
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v5i43.11253

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Ahmed, S. Akbar (1992). ‘Bombay Films: The Cinema as Metaphor for Indian Society and Politics’. Modern Asian Studies 26, 2 (I992), pp. 289-320. Great Britain. Burra, R. (ed.) (1981). ‘Film India: Looking Back 1896-1960’. The Direc torate of Film Festivals, New Delhi. Laura Mulvey (1988), ‘Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema’. In Con stance Penley (ed), Feminism and Film Theory, New York: Routledge. Misra, Vijay (2006). ‘Bollywood Cinema: A Critical Genealogy’. Asian Studies Institute, Victoria University of Wellington. Monica Motwani (1996), The Changing Face of the Hindi Film Heroine, G Magazine Online. Singh, Indubala (2007). Gender Relations and Cultural Ideology in Indian Cinema: A Study of Select Adaptations of Literary Texts, Deep & Deep Publications. Joseph, A., & Sharma, K. (1994). Whose News? The Media and Women?s Issues (pp. 21). New Delhi, Sage Publications. Gokulsing, K.M., & Dissanayake, W. (1998). Indian Popular Cinema: A narrative of cultural change. U.K., Trentham Books Limited. Jain, J., & Rai, S. (2009). Films and Feminism: Essays in Indian Cinema. (pp. 10). Jaipur, Rawat Publications.

Bharat V. Patil & Adhikrao B. Kanase

RETHINKING WOMEN'S PARTICIPATION: A MICRO ANALYSIS

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9439/9445

 The present studyfocus light on political influence on self-help groups, members religious relationship information sharing among the members of self-help groups. Involvement of women members in deciding the rules of functioning of the SHGs enlighten on the process of women empowerment.  Decisions regarding formation of rules of SHGs are a process, which stimulate women to select among the various alternatives available for functioning of SHGs. All the SHGs women members of BPL & APL were unanimously agreed their involvement in deciding the rules of functioning of the SHGs. It indicates the women involvement in the decision making process. SHGs provide a platform to women to discuss on various aspects of social issues.  Apart from the financial issues, members of SHGs in selected area agreed their involvement in discussion on social issues.The members of selected SHGs belonging to BPL and APL agreed the groups in SHG. The groups concerned to relationship of members of SHGs, Caste, literate and illiterate and politics. Every member is interested in acquiring a new knowledge concerned in the field of education, finance, administration, production, marketing, distribution of goods and services.  SHG assists to the concerned members to acquire the new knowledge in various fields which enhance the economic, social, political empowerment of women.  The members of the selected SHGs concerned to BPL & APL category agreed that the SHGs assists them to acquire a new knowledge in the field of production, marketing, finance, social and political field.  In indicate the women’s empowerment in various fields.
Keywords: Religious relationship,self-help groups,women participation and political influence
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v5i43.11254

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Gaiha, R. and Nandhi, M. A. Microfinance, self-help groups and empowerment in Maharashtra, IFAD, Rome. 2005. Basu, J. P., Micro finance and women empowerment: an empirical study with special reference to West Bengal. 2006. [Online]. Available: http://www.igidr.ac.in/money/mfc_10/Jyotish%20Prakash%20Basu_submission_55.pdf. [Accessed March, 2010]. C.R.Kothari,Research,methodology method and techniques, New Age International (P) Ltd, Publishing New Delhi ,Ed-2004. Arun K. Singh. Empowerment of Women in India, Manak Publications Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 2000. Sugana B; ‘Empowerment of Rural Women Through Self Help Groups’ Discovery Publishing House, New Delhi, 2006. D. Sunder Raj, SHGs and Women’s Empowerment, Social Welfare, Vol. 50, No. 10, January, 2004. Rai, A., & Ravi, S. (2011). Do Spouses Make Claims? Empowerment and Microfinance in India. World Development, 39(6), 913-921

Randhir

ROLE OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIENCE IN ACADEMIC SUCCESS OF HIGHER SECONDARY LEVEL STUDIES

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9446/9449

 Emotional Intelligence is relatively new concept in the field of psychology.  The term Emotional Intelligence was coined by Salovey and Mayer (1990) and popularized by Goleman (1995).  Both male as well as female, studying in various schools affiliated to CBSE, New Delhi formed the sample for the present study.  The tools used for collecting the data is Emotional Intelligence Inventory developed and standarized by Mangal & Mangal for achievement the percentage obtained by the student in 12th class C.B.S.E. Data were analysed using Pearson’s Product Moment Correlation and 2x2x2 Factorial Design ANOVA.  A significant correlation between Emotional Intelligence.  Achievement were also not found to be significantly correlated.
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v5i43.11255

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Ahuja, (2002) Effect of Self Learning Modules on Achievements in Environment Education in relation to Altruism and Emotional Intelligence. Ph.D. (Edu.), Panjab University. Deb (2006), Impact of participation in NSS and NCC on the development of emotional intelligence, Journal of Educational Studies, Vol 4, No.-(1, 2), PP 2933, Allahabad. Devi and Rayal, (2004) Adolescents perception about family environment and Emitional Intelligence, Indian Psychological Review, 2004, Vol-62, No-3, PP 157167.

Randhir

SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOLON KE AAVASIY EANV GAIR AAVASIY VIDHYARTHIYONKE SHAIKSHIK TANAV KA TUNATMAK ADHYAYAN

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9450/9454

 

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Bector, R (1995) Academic stress and its correlates : A comparative study of government and public school children. Dissertation in Science (Home Science) in Child development, Punjab University, Chandigarh. Bisht, A,R (1980), Interactive effect of school climate and need for academic achievement on the Academic stress of student. Education, Almora constituent college, Kumon University. Bisht, A, R. (1987), Bisht battery of stress scales. National psychological corporation Agra.

Bhakti Prasad Subedi

KNOWLEDGE OF FAMILY PLANNING METHODS IN DHIMAL WOMEN OF BUDDHASHANTI RURAL MUNICIPALITY

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9455/9464

 Knowledge of family planning method can contribute to a very important role for the reduction in fertility and unwanted pregnancies. This study aims to understand general idea about the knowledge/awareness and practice of family planning among the married women of Dhimal community of Budhashanti Rural Municipality. Among the total 207 Dhimal households, all 207 married 15-49 years women of Budhashanti Rural Municipality were purposively chosen for this study. Collected primary data were analyzed by the use of simple tables and percentages. Among all the married respondents, 47.8% women were aged 20-29 years, 64.8% were literate, 50.2% were engaged in agriculture, 17.9% engaged in business, 9.1% engaged to achieved self-employment and 22.8% respondents engaged as worker to others.  Hundred percent respondents heard about any methods and had knowledge about permanent and temporary methods of family planning. Television program was the important source of family planning knowledge and education whereas GOs, NGOs and INGOs were the family planning service provider institutions. Among the total respondents, 38.6%, 45.9% and 15.9% responded permanent, temporary and natural methods of family planning respectively as their most likely family planning methods. Findings show that awareness/knowledge about family planning methods is almost universal among the respondents. But most likely and currently using family planning method was not similar.
Keywords: unwanted, chosen, literate, family planning, awareness
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v5i43.11256

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Central Bureau of Statistics. (2002). Population census 2001 (National report). Kathmandu, Nepal: Author Central Bureau of Statistics. (2003). Population monograph of Nepal, Vol. I. Kathmandu, Nepal. Author Central Bureau of Statistics. (2011). National population and housing census 2011 (National report). Kathmandu, Nepal: Author Central Bureau of Statistics. (2014). Population monograph of Nepal, Vol. II. Kathmandu, Nepal. Author Cleland J., Bernstein S., Ezeh A. Faundes A., Innis J. (2006). Family planning: the unfinished agenda. Lancet. 2006; 368 (9549): 1810-27

Paramjeet Kaur

AN OVERVIEW OF CLOUD COMPUTING: PLATFORMS AND SECURITY ISSUES

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9465/9473

 Cloud computing is a new computing model which is widely emerging technology in the recent years is adopted by most of the IT companies and other organizations. Cloud computing enables individuals and organizations to gain access to huge computing resources without capital investment. Cloud computing is a set of IT services that are provided to a customer over a network on a leased basis and with the ability to scale up or down their service requirements. Cloud computing is the internet depend technology which is providing the services to user, small and large organization on demand. Cloud computing stored the user data and maintain in the data canter of cloud provider like Amazon, Oracle, Google, Microsoft etc. However, the cloud environment is considered untrusted as it is accessed through Internet. Therefore people have security concerns on data stored in cloud environment. The major concern of cloud environment is security during upload the data on cloud server.
Keywords: Cloud Architecture, Cloud Computing, Software as a Service (SaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS).
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v5i43.11257

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Liang-Jie Zhang; Qun Zhou, "CCOA: Cloud Computing Open Architecture," in proceeding of IEEE International Conference on Web Services (ICWS), 2009, pp. 607-616, 6-10 July 2009. Shyam Patidar; Dheeraj Rane; Pritesh Jain “A Survey Paper on Cloud Computing” in proceeding of Second International Conference on Advanced Computing & Communication Technologies, 2012. Yashpalsinh Jadeja; Kirit Modi, “Cloud Computing - Concepts, Architecture and Challenges” in Proceeding of International Conference on Computing, Electronics and Electrical Technologies [ICCEET], 2012. Qi Zhang, Lu Cheng and Raouf Boutaba, “Cloud computing: state-of-the-art and research challenges”.

Geeta Singh & Dileep Kumar Singh

A COMPARITIVE STUDY OF ANXIETY OF XI CLASS STUDENTS OF COMMERCE AND SCIENCE STREAM

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9474/9479

 The study investigates the anxiety of XI class students of commerce and science stream. The sample of the study consists 800 students from Mathura district of U.P. survey method was used for collection of data. The result of the study reveals that there is significant difference (0.01 level) between and anxiety level of students of commerce and science stream.
Keywords: Anxiety, XI class, students
 

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Prakash, P. (1977). “A study of Anxiety in Adolescent boys at different level of socio – economic status and intelligence.” Jr. of Education and Psychology. vol. No. 3. Thilagawathy, T. (1990). “ Academic Achievement in Relation to Intelligence” Creativity and Anxiety. New Delhi. Swami, Priyakant M. (1990). “A study of the adjustment, Anxiety, Self concept and Intelligence of orphan students” 5? ? Survey of Education Research by M.B. Buch Vol :2, Ph.D., Edu., Saurastra Univ. Trivedi, R.M. (1995). “Anxiety level and Academic Achievement of undergraduate students”. Experiments in Education. Vol. 23(3), P.P.47-51 Bryme, B. (2000). Relationship between anxieties, fear self concept and coping strategies. Journal of educational psychological Vol. (137), 201-215.

R. Babu

FAMILY ADJUSTMENT IN RELATION TO PROFESSIONAL LIFE STRESS

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9480/9486

 In today’s world, the life styles of people have totally changed because of the changes in the physical and socio-cultural environment with the advent of information technology. This new life style has led to stress. A Women Teacher is adversely affected by the Professional life Stress as it lowers his ability to function effectively. The study has been conducted to investigate the levels of Professional life Stress and Family Adjustment of the women Teachers. It also examines the relationship between the Professional life Stress and Family Adjustment of the women Teachers. The study was made on a random sample of 500 teachers in Cuddalore district. The tools used in the study were the Family Dyadic Adjustment Scale by Spanier and Professional Stress Inventory for Teachers by Sheeja. The study reveals the fact that the level of Professional life Stress and Family Adjustment of the women Teachers are at high levels.
Keywords: Vedic Period, Stress, Laws of Manu and Family Adjustment
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v5i43.11259

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AmirsalehAminjafariet. Al (2012) “The study of Marital Adjustment in Employers’ dual career Families” Interdisciplinary Journal of contemporary research in business copy right © 2012 Institute of Interdisciplinary Business Research 559, VOL 3, NO 12. Daisy I. Dimkpa (2010) “Marital Adjustment Roles of Couples Practicing Child Adoption” European Journal of Social Sciences – Volume 13, No. 2. Hina Ahmed Hashmi, et. al (2007) “Marital Adjustment, Stress and Depression among Working and Non-Working Married Women”, Internet Journal of Medical Update, Vol. 2, No. 1, Jan-Jun 2007, ISSN 1694-0423.

Nikunaj Bhardwaj, Priyvrat Singh Chauhan & Dushyant Kumar Chauhan

SUSCEPTIBILITY OF MICE INTENDED FOR ESCHERICHIA COLI, PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA, SALMONELLA ENTERITIDIS AND STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS INFECTION

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9487/9500

 Laboratory mice may harbor a variety of viral, bacterial, parasitic, and fungal agents. Frequently, these organisms cause no overt signs of disease. However, many of the natural pathogens of animal may alter host physiology, rendering the host unsuitable for many experimental uses. While the number and prevalence of these pathogens have declined considerably, many still turn up in laboratory animals and represent unwanted variables in research. Investigators using mice in biomedical experimentation should be aware of the profound effects that many of these agents can have on research. What does the future hold regarding the natural pathogens of laboratory mice? Several events can be anticipated. First, the decline in the prevalence of natural pathogens will continue as housing and husbandry methods improve even more. Second, additional effects of currently known pathogens will be reported as new research uses are found for traditional laboratory animals, new questions are asked, and new technologies are applied to those questions. Third, new pathogens will continue to be discovered and reported. Most of these previously unknown agents will not result in clinical disease, but many may affect experimental results. According to Weisbroth (1996), many of these “emerging” pathogens may even be acquired from humans. While the range and magnitude of infections has decreased in laboratory mice, rats, and rabbits, continued diligence and additional study are required to ensure the wellbeing of animals used in biomedical research.
Keywords: natural pathogens, biomedical experimentation, traditional laboratory animals

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v5i43.11260

 

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CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY REVIEWS, 0893-8512/98/$04.0010 Apr. 1998, p. 231–266 Vol. 11, No. 2 Copyright © 1998, American Society for Microbiology Natural Pathogens of Laboratory Mice, Rats, and Rabbits and Their Effects on Research DAVID G. BAKER* Division of Laboratory Animal Medicine, School of Veterinary Medici DAVID R. GINDER, M.D. ESCHERICHIA COLI-INDUCED PYELONEPHRITIS (From the Department of Medicine, University of Missouri School of Medicine, Columbia)PLATES 101 To 107(Received for publication, August 10, 1964) Supported by Research Grant AI-04443 from the United States Public Health Service.

Nikunaj Bhardwaj, Priyvrat Singh Chauhan & Dushyant Kumar Chauhan

PRESENCE OF SALVIA HISPANICA L. SEED FROM WEANING IS ABLE TO MITIGATE AND PREVENT THE ALTERED LIPID METABOLISM AND GLUCOSE HOMEOSTASIS IN ADULT O? SPRING (EXPOSED TO A NUTRITIONAL CHALLENGE FROM UTERO TO ADULTHOOD)

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9501/9510

 Seed from Salvia hispanica L. or more commonly known as chia is a traditional food in central and southern America. Currently, it is widely consumed for various health benefits especially in maintaining healthy serum lipid level. Chia is a good source of polyunsaturated fatty acids: omega-3 and omega-6, soluble dietary fiber. It also contains appreciable amount of proteins and phytochemicals. Nutritional value of chia is the reason why it is used in prophylaxis of several non-infectious diseases such as obesity, hypertension, cardiovascular diseases (CVDs), cancer and diabetes. The present work analyzes the effects of dietary chia seeds during postnatal life in offspring exposed to a sucrose-rich diet (SRD) from utero to adulthood. Chia was able to prevent the development of hypertension, liver steatosis, hypertriglyceridemia and hypercholesterolemia. Normal triacylglycerol secretion and triacylglycerol clearance were accompanied by an improvement of de novo hepatic lipogenic and carnitine palmitoyl transferase-1 enzymatic activities, associated with an accretion of n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids in the total composition of liver homogenate. Glucose homeostasis and plasma free fatty acid levels were improved while visceral adiposity was slightly decreased. These results confirm that the incorporation of chia seed in the diet in postnatal life may provide a viable therapeutic option for preventing/mitigating adverse outcomes induced by an SRD from utero to adulthood.
Keywords: Chia-seed α-linolenic acid (ALA) Dyslipidemia Liver steatosis Glucose homeostasis 
 
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v5i43.11261

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Ayerza R. & Coates W.: Chia: Rediscovering an Ancient Crop of the Aztecs. 2005. University of Arizona Press, Tuscon. Ayerza R. & Coates W.: Chia seeds: New source of omega-3 fatty acids, natural antioxidants, and dietetic fiber. 2001. Tucson, Arizona, USA: Southwest Center for Natural Products Research & Commercialization, Office of Arid Lands Studies 3. Ayerza R. & Coates W.: Effect of dietary alpha-linolenic fatty acid derived from chia when fed as ground seed, whole seed and oil on lipid content and fatty acid composition of rat plasma. Ann Nutr Metab 2007; 51(1):27-34. Ayerza R. & Coates W.: Protein content, oil content and fatty acid profiles as potential criteria to determine the origin of commercially grown chia (Salvia hispanica L.). Ind Crop Prod 2011; 34:1366-1371.

Parul Aggarwal

LIFE SKILLS AND INCLUSIVE EDUCATION

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9511/9516

 The rapid social change consequent upon modernization, urbanization, globalization and media boon has made the lives of youth, their expectations, values and outlook very different from those of older generations. Youth is considered as the most powerful members of the society due to their physical and intellectual capabilities. But it is sad to see the fact that most of them are unable to utilize their potential in a suitable and pertinent way due to lack of guidance and motivation. Now, the main question arises that if the normal youth is unable to utilize their potential then what about the excluded groups who are deprived of vision, hearing, movement, communication, perceptual-motor, social-emotional, intelligence and adaptive behavior? Therefore, the challenges faced by normal children as well as children with special needs are many and they require more than even the best numeracy and literacy skills. That is why, many countries have included “Life Skills” as basic learning need for all the children including normal children as well as children with special needs (UNICEF). 
Keywords: Domains of Learning, Inclusive Education, Life Skills
 

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Booth, T. (1996). A perspective on inclusion from England. Cambridge Journal of Education, 26(1), 87-99. Dyson, A. (2001). Special needs as the way to equity: An alternative approach. Support for Learning, 16(3), 99-104. Fernandes, A. C. (2010). A critical study of inclusive education in the state of Goa. Doctoral Thesis, Shivaji University, Kohlapur.

Manisha Sharma

EXISTENTIALISM IN “FIRE ON THE MOUNTAIN”

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9517/9520

 Existentialism, a quite contemporary dogma apparent in the philosophical and literary work of Sartre, was much in vogue in the European literature dating back from mid-twentieth century. Existentialism dealing greatly with the alienated trepidation, preposterousness, prejudice, escapism, over attraction for liberation, started becoming the subject matter of almost all the writers of the modern age. As an avant-garde novelist, Anita Desai in “Fire on the Mountain” exhibits a strong inclination towards the existentialist interpretation of the human predicament.”  Desai’s characters of Nanda Kaul, Raka and Ila Das are studies of women in the utter maze of isolation and ennui. The novel espouses the universal human struggle for survival, especially in the face of a never ending spiral of human failures and misfortunes.
Keywords: Existentialism, trepidation, preposterousness, prejudice, escapism.
 

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Desai, Anita: Fire on the Mountain. Penguin, London. 1977. Print. …, Fire on the Mountain, Noida: Random House India, 2008. Print. Jain, Jasbir.“Anita Desai-Indian English Novelist”. Ed. Madhusudhan Prasad, New Delhi: Sterling, 1982. Print. Indira, S., Anita Desai as an artist, New Delhi: Creative Book,(1994), p. 95-97.Print. Ramesh K. Srivatsava (ed.), Ghaziabad: Vimal Prabhashan,(1984),p. 185.Print.

Varinder Kumar

QUEST FOR FREEDOM AND EMPOWERMENT: A STUDY OF THE FEMALE PROTAGONIST IN SHASHI DESHPANDE’S MOVING ON

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9521/9528

 The issue of empowerment of women, which is a central concern for feminism, is conceptually interconnected with the concepts of identity and freedom. Unless and until the possibility of having a stable identity and freedom is assumed, all deliberations regarding empowerment become redundant. The concept of identity is crucially important as it provides a locus for freedom and fulfils a precondition of empowerment.

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Amur, G.S. “Preface” to Shashi Deshpande. The Legacy and Other Stories. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1978. Deshpande, Shashi. The Dark Holds No Terrors. New Delhi: Penguin Books, 1990. ---Moving On. New Delhi: Penguin, 2004. ---Interview with Chandra Holm. “A Writer of Substance”Indian Review of Books. May 2005.

J. D. Singh & Satinder Kaur

A STUDY OF TEACHING APTITUDE OF PROSPECTIVE TEACHERS IN RELATION TO SEX, INTELLIGENCE AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9529/9539

 The present study has been done to investigate the study of teaching Aptitude of Prospective teachers in relation to Sex, Intelligence and Academic Achievement of Malwa region in Punjab. Descriptive Survey Method of research has been used. The study was conducted over a random sample of 600 prospective teachers (300 males and 300 females). Teaching Aptitude Test Battery by R.P. Singh and S.N. Sharma was used. The tool consists of the following five dimensions: Mental ability, Attitude towards children, Adaptability, Professional information and Professional interest. Raven’s standard Progressive Matrices Scale by J.C. Raven was used. Academic Achievement has taken in reference of marks obtained by student teacher in B.A/ B.Sc/B.Com examination. Statistical techniques used for the study were Mean, SD, t-test and ANOVA used for analysis and interpretation of data. The result reveals that there is no significant difference in teaching aptitude of prospective teachers in relation to interaction effect of academic and intelligence.
Keywords: Teaching Aptitude, Academic Achievements, Intelligence, Sex
 

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Bhatia K.K (2005) "Basis of Educational Psychology" New Delhi: Kalyani Publisher,. Buch M.B. (1988) Third survey of Research in Education M.S. University, Baroda. Desai D.M (1971) New Direction in the Education of the Indian Teachers, Baroda (ASE) M.S. University. Indian educational review 1978,vol.13 .No. 4 Journal of Teacher Education for 21st century."( January 2006 ) Council for Teacher Education. Mangal S.K. (2011) "Advanced Educational Psychology" New Delhi: PHI Learning Private Limited. Mehta, Arun C. (1996): 'Reliability of Educational Data in the context of NCERT Survey'. Journal of Educational Planning and Administration, NIEPA, July 1996, Volume x, No.1, New Delhi. MHRD (20OOC): Annual Report: 1999-2000.New Delhi: Government of India.

Ujjwal Kumar Halder & Subhajit Saha

SELF-CONCEPT AND MENTAL HEALTH OF THE HIGHER SECONDARY STUDENTS IN ALIPURDUAR DISTRICT

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9540/9548

 The focus of this study is to examine the correlation between Self-concept and Mental Health of the higher secondary level students in Alipurduar district. In this paper, two standardized test were adopted namely, Self-concept Scale developed by Singh and Singh (1988) and Mental Health Inventory (MHI) developed by Jagdish and Srivastav (1995) to collect the data from four higher secondary schools among which two are rural and two are urban schools. Significant correlation between self-concept and mental health has been found among total students, male and urban students. It also shows that no significant correlation between self-concept and mental health of female and rural students of higher secondary level.
Keywords: Self-concept, Mental Health, Higher Secondary Students, Correlation.
 

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Baumeister, R. F. (Ed.) (1999). The self in social psychology. Philadelphia, PA: Psychology Press (Taylor & Francis). Bee, H. L (1992). The developing child. London: HarperCollins. Byrne, B.M. (1986) Self-Concept/Academic Achievement Relations: An Investigation of Dimensionality, Stability, and Causality. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science, 18, 173-186. Combs, A.W. and D. Snygg (1949). Individual Behaviour. New York: Harper & Row Publishers. Cutts and Mosaley (1978). Advanced Educational Psychology. Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Ltd. Fan, F. M. & Fu, J. Y. (2001). Self-Concept and Mental Health of College Students. Chinese Mental Health Journal, 15, 76-77. Fan, F.M. and Fu, J.Y. (2001) Self-Concept and Mental Health of College Students. Chinese Mental Health Journal, 15, 76-77.

Ms. Swarupa Bhatia & Parag Ajagaonkar

A STUDY ON PREFERRED MEDIA OPTIONS FOR CONVEYING SALES PROMOTION OFFERS BY FAST FOOD RESTAURANTS

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9549/9556

 Fast food restaurants regularly come up with sales promotional offers to increase sales during a particular period. The success of such campaigns is decided by how widely these offers are publicised, before and during the promotional period. Hence decision making for engaging right media to convey the offers becomes critical. The paper aims to study various options of media that the target group are exposed to, and study the preferred medium out of them as per ranks given. The target market is particularly the youth or college going students who are exposed to thousands of messages daily from various firms. The college students seek information about such offers as they have to manage their expenses on limited monthly allowances.  It was found that youth eats out frequently. They choose restaurants with offers over the ones that don’t. SMS is the most preferred medium followed by outdoor media. Reliability on friends or word of mouth publicity was the least. The paper concludes that expenditure on sending SMS and buying outdoor media should continue. Innovations in types of sales promotional offers should be introduced in such a way that potential for word of mouth publicity is tapped, e.g. referral schemes. 
Keywords: Fast food restaurants, media, sales promotional offers, ranking
 

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Garrett ranking conversion table reference – Garrett’s statistics in psychology and education, Feffer and Simans private limited, 21969, p.329. Chunawalla, S. (2016). Advertising Sales And Promotion Management. S.L.: Himalaya Publishing House, p.2, p.260 Sherlekar, (2009). Marketing Management, p.29-30 Nair Suja R., (2008), Consumer behaviour and marketing research: text and cases, p.7, 44, 45 Philip Kotler, (2009) Marketing management: A south Asian perspective, Chapter 18, p.501 Muzakkeerul, Huda, and Hossain, Tamima. (2009), Consumer attitude towards restaurants in Dhaka city: an empirical study

Mrs. K. K. Sumathi

A STUDY OF INTELLIGENCE AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT IN MATHEMATICS OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN ERODE EDUCATIONAL DISTRICT

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9557/9563

 This study was conducted to know the Intelligence and Academic Achievement in mathematics of Secondary School Students in Erode Educational District, Tamilnadu. Thepresent study the investigator defined to take a sample of 330 school students based on the random sampling were an analysed. Intelligence test inventory was designed by cattel and cattel  was used by the investigator And Achievement in mathematics marks taken from summative test. It was found that there is a Correlation between Intelligence and Achievement in Mathematics of Secondary School Students.

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Dinesh Chahal & Mirza Muneeb Manan

EFFECT OF MID- DAY MEAL SCHEME ON ENROLLMENT AND RETENTION OF BOYS AND GIRLS AT ELEMENTARY LEVEL IN DISTRICT SRINAGAR

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9564/9569

 The present paper assesses the effect of a nationally authorized free mid-day meal scheme of India on school enrollment and retention with respect to gender. School panel data allows us to reflect over the strategy of progress in enrollment and retention rates of boys and girls. Researcher has used a descriptive method to conduct the study. A combination of quantitative andqualitative method was used where both the primary and secondary data were taken from the schools. Tool used for the study was information blank in a modified form supported by interviews with head teachers and students. A simple random sampling technique has been used by the researcher to carry out the study.  A sample of 80 schools was drawn from a total population of 209 elementary schools of the district Srinagar. Analysis of data reveals that mid-day meal scheme has more positive effect on access of girls as compared to the boys at elementary school level in district Srinagar of Jammu and Kashmir.  
Keywords: mid-day meal, enrollment, retention.
 

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Afridi, F. (2007).The Impact of School Meals on School Participation in Rural India. Retrieved-from: www.maxwell.syr.edu/econ/faculty/Tenure_and_Tenure_Tract_Faculty/farzana_a fridi.ht m Bandyopadhyay, M. &Subrahmanian, R. (2008). Gender Equity in Education: A Review of Trends and Factors. CREATE Pathways to Access Research Monograph No. 18. New Delhi: CREATE and NUEPA. Bonds, S. (2012). Food for thought: Evaluating the Impact of India’s Mid Day Meal Program on Educational Attainment. Undergraduate honors Thesis, University of California, Berkeley.

O. SenthilKumar & S. Devasahayam Selvakumar

SELF PERCEPTION AMONG THE NINTH STANDARD STUDENTS IN KALLAKURICHI EDUCATIONAL DISTRICT

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9570/9575

 Self perception is hypothesized to have an impact on the choices of activities, effort expenditure, perseverance in the face of difficulties and expectations of eventual success .In this research work carried out among IX standard students, the samples are 1066 from the different schools, Normative survey method and Stratified random sampling technique was used, The investigator designed Self Perception Inventory had 29 Statements, administered and discussed level, significance difference of the self perception .The finding of this study indicates that IX Standard girls students can organize and implement actions in a specific situation better than male IX Standard students.
Keywords: Self perception, Personality, Emotions, Behavior
 

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Bandura,A&Simon,K.M.(1977). The role of proximal intensions in self-regulation of refractory behaviour .Congitive Therapy and Reseach,1,177-193 Wigfield, A. & Karpathian, M. (1991). Who am I and what can I do? Children' s self - concepts and motivation in achievement situations. Educational Psychologist, 26(3&4), 233-261 Bandura, A. (1981). Self-referent thought: A develop-mental analysis of self-efficacy. In J. H. Flavell& L Ross (Eds.), Social cognitive development; Frontiers and possible futures. Cambridge; Cambridge University Press.

Ms. Sujata Kumari & (Fr.) Ignatius Topno

AN INVESTIGATION INTO GLOBAL AWARENESS AND TEACHER EFFECTIVENESS OF SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9576/9584

 Global Awareness is a conceptual understanding based upon an applicable knowledge of global and cultural perspectives. The understanding of concepts that impact the world encompasses, but is not limited to, environmental, social, cultural, political, and economic relations. Global awareness involves a recognition and appreciation of the size, complexity, and diversity of the earth conceived as a single entity. A teacher should be able to clearly present information and assess an audience in order to best convey a point to different individuals. In studies, teachers who achieved high scores in verbal ability tests were generally associated with effective teaching. Although verbal ability tests did not conclusively prove the teacher\\\'s verbal ability, that particular skill was found to be an indicator of effective teaching as it demonstrated the ability to convey concepts.The objectives of the study were to find the difference between the mean scores of secondary school teachers in their global awareness and teaching effectiveness on the basis of  gender habitation and marital status. The investigator used survey method. The sample constituted of 231 Secondary School teachers of Patna. The self constructed and validated questionnaire for Global Awareness and Teacher Effectiveness scale by D N Mutha and Pramod Kumar (1999) were used and the data was analyzed by arithmetic mean, standard deviation and t- test. The findings of the study show that there was a significant difference between the mean scores of secondary school teachers in their Global Awareness  and teaching effectiveness on the basis of their habitation.
Keywords: global awareness, environmental, teacher effectiveness, prevalence and awareness.
 

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Shalini Padhi & Parag Ajagaonkar

COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ADVERTISEMENTS OF JEWELLERY BRANDS AND ITS IMPACT ON CUSTOMERS IN MUMBAI

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9585/9598

 The main purpose of conducting this research is to study the impact of jewellery advertisements on the consumer buying behavior with special reference to Mumbai city. The objective of the study is to do a brand comparison on basis of their advertisements and to get an insight about the preference given to different elements of a jewellery advertisement on a rating scale by the consumers. Also, to analysis which media is most effective when it comes to reach the target audience. The primary data was collected through questionnaire and personal contact from around 145 customers. Mainlythe top five jewellery brands of the city have been taken into consideration for this research. The study was restricted only to Mumbai city. This study will help jewellery retailers to understand about whatconsumers notice in a jewellery advertisement and accordingly frame their promotional strategies.
Keywords: Jewellery, Advertisements, Branded, Celebrity, Media.
 

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M. Indira Santhi

THE PLIGHT OF CHRISTIAN MISSIONARYSERVICES INTO ANDHRA DESA PROGRESS AND PROSPARITY

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9599/9612

 

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A.C Perumalil , the Apostle of India , 1971 , p.67. S.Thangundla, the structure of the Church in Andhra Pradesh , Rome , 1975 , pp.116-119. Martin Luther Dolbee , Jr. a History of Lutheranism in the Andhra desa (the Telugu territory India) 1842-1920 , (New York. 1959) , p.35. Ibid Sherring:History of Protestant Mission in India, (1884), P.20.Also see Campbell’s British India, (1839

Mousumi Roy

REFLECTIONS ON THE STUDY OF MYSTICISM AS A CATEGORY

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9613/9619

 Mysticism is an important component of religion, representing its experiential dimension. The term itself is of western origin, adopted by Christianity, evolving over time and extending in meaning only in the nineteenth century to include experiences of encounters with the ultimate nature of Reality in religions. Thus, a category of mysticism has developed, which can be studied in a comparative manner. The study of mysticism has further given rise to various questions related to study of mysticism and various perspectives of dealing with the phenomenon. As mystical experiences are essentially associated with states of mind beyond rationality, there is a general attitude of scepticism connected to study of mysticism. However, this scepticism must be overcome. In the present-day context, when mystical practices are gaining a new level of popularity over the world, it is not only necessary but also quite possible to study mysticism comparatively and to some extent, directly.
Keywords: Mysticism, Mystics, Mysticism and Rationality, Mystical Experiences
 

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Parsons William B.2011, Teaching Mysticism:Frame and Context”In Teaching Mysticism, ed. William B. Parsons, 3-8.AAR Series, Oxford University Press. Bouyer, L. 1980. “Mysticism:An Essay on the History of the Word” In Understanding Mysticism, ed. R. Woods, 42-56. Garden City NJ:Inage Books. Gimmello R.1979. “Mysticism and Meditations” In Mysticism and Philosophical Analysis, ed. S. Katz, 170-199.NY: Oxford University Press. Earnst C.2003. “Between Orientalism and Fundamentalism: Problematizing the Teaching of Sufism” In Teaching Islam, ed. B. Wheeler,108-123. NY:Oxford University Press. StaalFritz..1975.Exploring Mysticism,54-58,University of California Press.

Raj Kumar Mali & Shree. Anup Kumar

UCCHA MADHYAMIK VIDHYALAYON KE PRADHANCHARYO KI NETRUTWA SHAILI KI PRABHAVSHILATA KA VIDHYALAY VIKAS PAR PRABHAV KA ADHYAYAN

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9620/9632

 

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Ahuja, R. (2011). Research methods. New Delhi, Rawat Publications, pp.120-121. National Curriculum Framework for teacher education (NCFTE): Towards Preparing Professional and Humane Teacher. (2010). National Council for Teacher education. New Delhi. NCERT, Resource Book on Teacher Education NCERT , Publication, NCERT, Sri Aurobindo Marg New Delhi (1999)

Jasmeet Bedi & Manpreet Kaur

MENTAL HEALTH OF ADOLESCENTS IN RELATION TO GENDER AND LOCALE

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9633/9637

 The main objective of the study was to study mental health of adolescents in relation to gender and locale.  To accomplish the objectives mental health check list by Praomod Kumar, 2008 was adopted. The descriptive survey method was employed. The sample consists of 200 adolescents studied in senior secondary school of Kapurthala district of Punjab. The sample was categorized into urban and rural areas and it was further categorized on the basis of gender. The results revealed that there is significantdifference in the mean scores of mental health of adolescent boys and girls.There exists significant difference in the mean scores of mental health of urban and rural adolescents.Further the result indicates that adolescents of Kapurthala district have poor mental health.
Keywords: mental health, adolescents, senior secondary schools
 

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Best, J.W. (1983).Research in education.New Delhi: Prentice Hall of India 174-176. Chauhan, S.S. (2005). Advanced educational psychology, UBS publisher, New Delhi, 32-36. Garret, H.E.(2004).Statistics in psychology and education, New Delhi, KalyaniPublishers. Gupta, Divya (2008). Mental health of secondary school adolescents in relation to emotional intelligence, an unpublished M.Ed. dissertation, Panjab University Chandigarh, 59-60. Koul, Lokesh (2012). Methodology of educational research, fourth edition, Vikas publishing house Pvt. Ltd., 165-167, 204-206. Kumar, Pramod (2008). Manual for Mental Health Check-List (MHC), department of psychology, Sardar Patel University, 2-4. Nanda (1999). A study of students mental health and attitude towards motivation of the students, Journal of Educational Research and Extension, 36(2), (55-61).

Sanjeet Kumar Tiwari

PROBLEMS OF GANA SIKSHYAKA UNDER SARVA SIKSHYA ABHIYAN

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9638/9643

 The Education for all movement is a Flagship programme of the government of India for achievement of universalisation of elementary education in a time bound manner, as mandated by the 86th amendment to the constitution of India, Making free and compulsory education to children of age 6-14 (estimated to be 205 million in number) in 2001 a fundamental Right, The SSA Programme is an attempt to Provide an opportunity for improving Human capabilities to all children through provision of community owned quality education at reducing gender and social inequalities. SSA is an historical effort with co-operation of the states, for achieving the long standing target of UEE through a collective approach. Its objectives is to change the scenario of elementary education in the country by providing useful and quality education to all children in to the age group of 6-14 years. SSA is an effort to accept the need of bringing reforms in school education through elementary education the effective participation of the teachers is very much needed for the programme of UEE in which the educational system will get more benefit from that.

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Aggrawal, J.C. (2007) “Development and planning of modern education”. Das, M (2000) “ Education in India : Problems and perspectives. Dhawan, M.L. “ Issues Indian Education”. Mehrotra, S (2006) “ The economics of elementary education in India”. Pathania, A. and Pathania, K “ Primary Education and mid-day meal scheme”.

Sanjeet Kumar Tiwari

A STUDY INTO THE EFFORTS AND EFFECTS IN THE UNIVERSALISATION OF PRIMARY EDUCATION IN BARGARH DISTRICT

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9644/9647

 The progress of a nation completely depends upon its educational system. It is through education that we can make people aware of their rights, duties and responsibilities. Education will instill in them right civic sense. Success of democracy depends on its citizens. Hence democracy needs its citizens to be educated. People can cast their valuable vote properly if they are educated and politically conscious. So all the citizens must be educated at least minimum level. Article 45 of the Indian constitution pledges free and compulsory education to all children up to the age of 14 years. In spite of provisions made in the constitution and efforts made by the government. We have not been able to universalize it till date. Free and compulsory primary education has remained in pen and paper only. The problems which have been instrumental for our failure are apathy of parents, early marriage of girls, poverty of parents, poor nutrition of children, high rate of wastage and stagnation, inaccessible areas etc.

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Aggrawal, J.C. (2007) “Development and planning of modern education”. Das, M (2000) “ Education in India : Problems and perspectives. Dhawan, M.L. “ Issues Indian Education”. Mehrotra, S (2006) “ The economics of elementary education in India”. Pathania, A. and Pathania, K “ Primary Education and mid-day meal scheme”.

Sanjeet Kumar Tiwari

KAKSHA 10 VI KE VIDHYARTHIYO KI SAMSYA - SAMADHAN SHKAMTA KA GANIT KI NISHPATI PAR PRABHAV KA ADHYAYAN

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9648/9654

 

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Shakera Parveen

ATTITUDE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS TOWARDS THE USAGE OF TECHNOLOGY IN CLASSROOM

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9655/9668

The present study aims to find out significant difference in the attitude of secondary school teachers having experience in the use of technology in classroom. Sample of 116 teachers is drawn from different schools of Hyderabad district. Attitude scale constructed   by Avinash Thapa was selected by the researcher for the present study. The findings reveal that the rural and urban teachers as well as science and Humanities teachers differ significantly in their attitude towards the usage of technology in classroom.

Chandini ( 2016). Attitude of secondary school teachers towards the use of computers in education. International Journal of Current Research and Moderrn Education (IJCRME). ISSN (Online): 2455 - 5428 Volume I, Issue II Page No.237 Reena Yadav (2015) .Attitude of Secondary School Teachers Towards The Use of Information Communication Technology In Education. International Journal of Education and Information Studies. ISSN 2277-3169 Volume 5, Number 1 (2015), pp. 31-33 Balta Nuri & Duran Moharren ( 2015). Attitudes of Students and Teachers towards the Use of Interactive Whiteboards in Elementary and Secondary School Classrooms. The Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology – April 2015, volume 14 issue 2 Thappa, A.(2013). Attitude of teachers towards EDUSAT. Unpublished M.Ed. Dissertation. Central University Of Jammu Huang, D. (September, 2007). [Preliminary report on promising practices in afterschool technology programming, draft]. The National Partnership for Quality Afterschool

Vikram Kumar Parihar

A SIGNIFICANT ROLE OF FAMILY AND SOCIETY TO PREVENT DRUG ABUSE

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9655/9658

Since from civilization each and every ages had good and bad habits. Out of which one bad habit is drug abuse. It may be in the form of any chemical which can influence the psychomotor activity. A person who takes drug is not totally responsible for drug abuse. We must consider all the formulating factors before allege the person. Stimulating factors are parental excessive motivation, lack of self evaluation appropriately, lack of control, explanation of law as per requirement … Of realty and lack of psychological counselling services. Conclusion: Fast paced social, economic and technological changes present a challenge to the stability and influence of the family bonds. Ministry of welfare: providing services though  Counselling centres  Voluntary organization and Creating awareness among public regarding drug abuse, Identification of people involved in drug addiction and Treating & Rehabilitation of drug-addicted personnel 

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Kumara Neelam “a text book of sociology” S. Vikas and company Jalandhar 4th edi. Page No. 360. 1. Neerja K.P. Essential of Mental Health & Psychiatric Nursing (Volum:2) Page 594 under the title substance abuse “Pathogenesis”.

Ram Mehar & Avneet Kaur

EFFECT OF WEB BASED INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGY ON ACHIEVEMENT IN COMPUTER SCIENCE IN RELATION TO SELF-REGULATED LEARNING

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9659/9678

 

The present study investigates the effect of web based instruction on achievement in Computer Science in relation to self-regulated learning. The data was collected from 300 XI class students of four private schools of Amritsar City affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi.   The Achievement Test in Computer Science consisting of 60 items and self-regulated learning Scale was developed and standardized by investigator to categorise students into high, average and low self-regulated learning students were used to collect the data. Experimental group was taught using web based instructional strategy and the control group was taught by conventional mode of instruction. Statistical techniques such as Mean and S.D were used in the analysis of data. F-ratio and t-test were employed to find significance of difference between means related to different groups and variables. The data was analysed using Analysis of Variance (2×3) and following conclusions were drawn: (i) The achievement of group taught through web based instructional strategy was significantly higher than that of conventional method of teaching. (ii) The performance of high self-regulated learning group was significantly higher than that of average and low self-regulated learning group on achievement in computer science. (iii)There was no significant interaction effect of instructional strategies and self-regulated learning on achievement in computer science. 
Keywords: Web-Based Instructions, Achievement in Computer Science, Self-Regulated Learning
 

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Apichatibutarapong, S., Worrachittanon, W., Tenissara, R., Vongsirojgul, N., &Petsuwan, S. (2008, March). Effects of web-based instruction on Thai students' achievement: A meta-analysis. In Proceedings of the seventh International Association of Science and Technology for Development (IASTED) International Conference on Web-Based Education(pp. 105-107). Anaheim, CA, USA: ACTA Press. Retrieved May 5, 2014 fromhttp://www.actapress.com/Abstract.aspx?paperId=32839 Bell, P. D. (2006). Can factors related to self-regulated learning and epistemological beliefs predict learning achievement in undergraduate asynchronous web-based courses? Perspectives in Health Information Management, 3(7), 1-17.

Karigoleshwar

STATUS OF SC ST AGRICULTURISTS IN INDIA -WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO KARNATAKA STATE

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9659/9678

 

Agriculture\'s contribution to the Indian economy plays a vital role in economic development and in keeping hunger of rural India at bay. Though secondary (Industry) sector is dominant in contemporary economic development of the country, around 65 per cent of people\'s lives still depends on the primary sector (Agriculture Seventy per cent of India\'s population lives in rural areas. 79.8 per cent of Dalits live in villages, out of which around 70 per cent are landless and very few have lands, and are mostly marginal farmers. Entitlement to land brings change in the lives of rural Dalits and contributes to the economy and enables them to enjoy a dignified life. The rural masses should have right to productive land under the principle of State socialism, as propounded by Dr. Ambedkar, which places an obligation on "the state to plan the economic life of the people on lines which would lead to the highest point of productivity without closing every avenue to private enterprise and also provide for the equitable distribution of wealth" (AWAS, Vol-3. P408).1 In this context the researcher made an attempt to throw the light on the aspect of SC ST farmers a study has been conducted by keeping paper titled as “Status of SC ST agriculture in India”

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Ajay Kumar Gautam

A REVIEW OF NEW PUBLIC MANAGEMENT PRACTICE IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9679/9688

 Introduction of New Public Management (NPM) in public sector organizations typically results in an overhaul of the existing traditional management system, with renewed emphasis on improving efficiency and performance of the public sector organization. Public sector organizations and countries suffering from corruption, non-performance, bureaucracy, incompetence and high operational costs were in dire need of a new management system that would assist in bringing down operational costs, help manage resources and budget, minimize bureaucracy, eliminate corruption and improve the overall performance of the sector. NPM pertains to several strategies that can be adopted, such as decentralization and delegation of leadership, minimization of bureaucracy, privatization, human resource management, customer satisfaction, accountability, transparency, adoption of latest technology, resources and budget management and performance oriented management style. Several countries around the world have implemented NPM strategies among their public sectors, in order to deal with the growing rate of corruption and incompetence, lowering national morale and waste of resources, with mixed results. Sectors with highly complex workforce, multiple and highly ambiguous mission goals and objectives and efficient utilization of information, resources and budget, need new public management strategies for effective management. 
Keywords: New Management Practice (NPM), bureaucracy, performance.
 

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Bakvis, Herman, and Mark D. Jarvis. 2012. From New Public Management to New Political Governance: Essays in Honour of Peter C. Aucoin. London: MQUP. Bockel, Jeroen van, and Mirko Noordegraaf. 2013. “Identifying Identities: Performance?driven, but Professional Public Managers.” International Journal of Public Sector Management, April. Emerald Group Publishing Limited. Casey, John, and Margaret Mitchell. 2007. “Requirements of Police Managers and Leaders from Sergeant to Commissioner.” Training and Education, no. March:1–18. Chittoo, Hemant B., Needesh Ramphul, and Bhissum Nowbutsing. 2009. “Globalization and Public Sector Reforms in a Developing Country.” Culture Mandala: Bulletin of the Centre for East-West Cultural & Economic Studies2 8 (2):30–51.

Shikha Tyagi

YOUTH’S LIFE QUALITY- A DESCRIPTIVE ANALYSIS

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9689/9693

 

Quality of Life (QOL) is a broad term capturing importance of physical, psychological, social and environmental characteristics in one’s life. It has been observed that today’s youth exhibits their impairment through various ways i.e., substance abuse, physical inactivity, high risk sexual behaviour, injury, violence and others. Thus, the QOL of youth requires proper attention.   Evidence suggests that many of these problems can be reduced by promoting protecting strategies. This study was designed to evaluate the Quality of Life of youth of age 16 to 24 years. The WHO Quality of Life (QOL- BREF) Scale was used for collecting the data on different domains- physical, psychological, social and environmental Quality of Life of youth and same was collected for 60 youths of National Integration Camps (NIC). The descriptive analysis showed the moderate QOL of youth population.  The youth’s QOL was found significantly correlated with the domains of social (r=0.76), environmental (r=0.71), psychological (r=0.70) and physical (r=0.59). QOL of male participants was found better than their female counterparts. On the basis of result, it is stated that all the domains of QOL are necessary for happy and healthy life.

Key Words: Physical, Psychological, Social and Environmental Quality of Life.

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Abhimanyu Kulkarni. (March 20, 2017). “India ranks 122nd in World Happiness Report, behind its neighbours Pakistan and China.” Hindustan Times. Abhimanyu Kulkarni. (March 20, 2017). “India ranks 122nd in World Happiness Report, behind its neighbours Pakistan and China.” Hindustan Times.

Ms. Sushila Sharma

EDUCATION FOR MORAL VALUES IN CONTEMPORARY INDIA: APPROACHES AND STRATEGIES

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9694/9706

 In the era of scientific inventions and technological advancement, industrialization and modernization people are becoming more and more materialistic. The people are losing ground in cherished values this nation stood for in the ancient past. The Indian philosophy has been remained filled with such kind of values like serving human kind, love for nature, sacrifice, and respect for elders and devotion for one’s profession etc. Once it was known as "Golden Bird" and today it is among one of the poorest of the nations. It was also called "Jagadguru” and but today the same thing is quite ironical and reciprocal. The degradation in moral values can be easily felt by reading of the day to day news. As a result our society is wrestling with a multiplicity of problems like increasing rate of crime, selfishness, hooliganism, abuse of human rights, frustration, corruption, violence and immorality. Why is our country going down a path of moral bankruptcy? Therefore there is great need of kind of education system that could impart moral values by integrating it with core curriculum of the school which is better termed as moral education (or citizenship education, moral reasoning, value education, and character education). This paper is an effort to look in to various approaches and strategies in order to imbibe among the students some sets of moral values through education. 
Keywords: Education, Moral Values
 

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Sajitha B.L.

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LANGUAGE AND CULTURE

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9707/9710

 Language is formed by culture, while culture is influenced and impacted by language. Language is the medium of culture. Culture and language shape one’s identity and personality. This is the importance of culture and language to one’s individual identity. 
Keywords: Language, Culture
 

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Allwright D & Bailey KM (1991) Focus on the language classroom: an introduction to classroom research for language teachers. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Brooks N (1986) Culture in the classroom. In JM Valdes (ed) Culture bound: bridging the cultural gap in language teaching. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp 123–128. Damen, L. (1987). Culture Learning: The Fifth Dimension on the Language Classroom. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley

Md. Mahmood Alam

STUDY OF ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS AMONG SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9711/9720

 The present study was conducted to ascertain the environmental awareness across gender, locale, type of schools and academic stream among senior secondary school students. The sample of the study comprised of 300 11th class students studying in different government and non- government senior secondary schools of Sambhal district (U.P.) of Moradabad region. Environment Awareness Ability Measure (EAAM) by Praveen Kumar Jha (1998) was used to collect the data for the purpose. The data were analyzed using descriptive (Mean, Standard Deviations) and inferential (‘t’- test) statistics. The findings of the present study revealed that there is significant difference in environmental awareness of senior secondary school students across gender (boys and girls), type of schools (government and non-government) and academic stream (science and arts). However no significant difference is found in case of rural and urban sample. The reason for this result may be the rampant illiteracy in the district. Stakeholders should, therefore, ensure that the curriculum relating to environmental education is transacted as a core curriculum. Other activities related to environmental education viz., curricular, co- curricular and literary activities should also be organized to infuse environmental awareness among students. 
Key Words: Environmental Awareness, Diversity, Locale, Gender
 

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J. K. Khuman

DALIT SPIRIT IN THE FOLK LITERATURE OF SAURASHTRA

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9722/9728

 

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VedVyasa, Bhagvad Gita, Chapter 18, verse 41 Tulsidas, TheRamayan, Sundarkand. Kag, Dula, Kagvanee-1, GurjarGranthratnaKaryalaya, 1935, pp. 29-30 MeghaniJhaverchand, Sona –navadi (Gandhi-darshan, GujarGranthratnakaryalaya, com. Edition) 1997, pp. 89-90

J. K. Khuman

DALIT LITERATURE: A CONCEPT

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9729/9734

 

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VedVyasa, Bhagvad Gita, chapter 9, verse 32 VedVyasa, Bhagvad Gita, Chapter 18, verse 41 Tulsidas, TheRamayan, Sundarkand.

J. K. Khuman

SORATHI BAH?RVATIY?S: MEGH?NI’S FOLK TALES

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9735/9754

 

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Megh?ni, Vinod, Shelat, Him?nshi Li. Hun Avun Chhun, Gurjar Granth Ratna K?ry?laya, Ahmed?b?d, 1988 Megh?ni, Jhaverchand Lok-S?hitya: Dharati-nun Dh?van vol.1-2, (compiled edition), Pras?r, Bh?vnagar, 1997, pp 279

Sangita Salve

MAHARASHTRA RAJYATIL SHETI UTPADANACHI SADYA STITHI - EK ADHAVA

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9755/9759

 

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Anuj Kumar

INFLUENCE OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON JUVENILE CYBER CRIMES AND ITS IMPACT ON INDIAN SOCIETY

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9760/9767

 Cyber communication is society\\\'s newest way to interact. Online social networking websites, text messages and emails provide users with an effective, quick way to communicate with people all over the world. Teens in particular spend hours online every day, on computers or personal electronic devices. Juvenile is a person who is immature and treat them as a child. In legal the age below 18 years where consider as juvenile in the year 2012 Delhi gang rape case they passed the new bill regarding age limit they reduced from 18-16 years. Juvenile offending is participation of illegal behavior at statutory age of minor they were analysis in juvenile court. They are rehabilitated by giving education and counseling in juvenile prison (juvenile home). Cyber crime is one of the major contemporary issues that’s is criminal activities done in the internet, computer or by mobile phones. Now a days internet, computer and mobile phone plays major and vital role with everyone mostly children’s are addicted towards it. Juvenile and  cyber crime is one of the most dangerous issues because juvenile are the one who is going to sustain for the future. So there is a lack of law that’s dealing the juveniles in cyber crime. Primarily, cyber-attacks can be found in three forms. First, they attack electronic identity. With use of sophisticated malware tools, they get hold of sensitive personal information available in social media and other shopping websites; they steal credit information or create fake identity in social media. Second, attack on women and minors.  Child Pornography is an industry that thrives on the growth of the cyber space. Women and children are most frequently victimised compared to men by sharing obscene pictures or violent videos in virtual world harming their reputation. Youngsters are often lured by hoax messages and fake identities in social media and they fall prey to offenders in cyberspace as well as real world. Third, attack on infrastructures. Infrastructures are often easy targets of the cyber terrorism. These attacks on vital services can paralyse a nation by causing unprecedented impact on economy, health care, military, power and more. The society is changing rapidly but rules and regulation of the law has some change but not more according to newfangled society. Thus Information technology Act, It is the primary law in India dealing with cybercrime and electronic commerce.Amended act in 2008 it was dealing about cyber crime law in section 66 and 67 with punishments and fine.
Keywords: Cyber crime, Juvenile, Juveniles prison, Rehabilitation
 

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Dwivedi Manish (2011). Juvenile Justice System in India, Adhyayan Publishers , Delhi p-42 A Study on Cyber Crime and Security Scenario in INDIA Yougal Joshi1 , Anand Singh International Journal of Engineering and Management Research, Volume-3, Issue-3, June 2013 Legal Implications of Cyber Crimes on Social Networking Websites , Nikita Barman, International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications, Volume 5, Issue 12, December 2015 Singh S.D. (2015) : Juvenile delinquency and cyber crimes in india , axis Pub New Delhi, p-87

Radheshyam

JAY SHANKAR PRASAD KE SAHITYA ME DALITODWAR

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9768/9771

 

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Satyendra Singh & Nirmal Singh

BHARAT ME PRATHAMIK SHIKSHA - RIVARTAN AUR PA VARTMAN PARIDASHYA

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9772/9777

 

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Arun Kumar

MANVADHIKAR KA DARKSHANIK PARIPREKSHYA

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9778/9787

 

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Devasia V.V. ; (2007) Social Justice and Human Rights, APH Publications Co., New Delhi, p. 76. Johari Jai Chand ; (2010) International Politics, Laxmi Narain Agrawal Publications, Agra, p. 205. Bhanot J. Kumar ; (1998) Human Rights in Educational perspective, Published Research Paper “Samajic Sahyog” Quarterly National Research Journal, Ank (37), p. 62-66. Prasad Beni (et.al.) (2003) Human Rights: A Basic need for personality Development & Life, Vivek Prakashan, Delhi, p. 108. Shah Asha Kumari ; (2012) Human Rights and Vedic Sanskrit, SBPT Publications, Agra, p. 171. Pandey J. Prasad ; (1960) Human Rights: A Philosophical Perspective : An Analysis, Oriental Press (Pvt. Ltd.), Allahabad (U.P.), p. 82.83. Agrawala Hariom ; (2002) Implimentation of Human Rights : A Study of Applied Aspects in Indian Context, Har Anand Publications, New Delhi, p. 81-87.

Mr. Anil G. Gumgol & Nagappa P. Shahapur

A STUDY OF MIND STYLE AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF DEVADASIS CHILDREN

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9788/9797

 Devadasis Cult and their family status also conducted number of case studies on Devadasis who were practicing Devadasis Cult. Present study is focusing on the problems of their children. Devadasis means ‘Servants of God or Goddesses’ and the practice of Devadasis were prevailed in ancient India. Mind Style is a regulatory system that helps a person understand and control his or her own cognitive performance. Mind Style allows people to take charge of their own learning. Regulation of cognition refers to activities regarding self regulatory mechanisms during an ongoing attempt to learn. In this article, an attempt is made to study the Mind Style and Academic Achievement of Children of Devadasis. The present study is involved a descriptive survey research method which was conducted on Devadasis Children. The present study involves 500 children of Devadasis drawn from the Belgaum, Bijapur and Bagalkot District the sample was drawn by using purposive and cluster sampling procedure. The study was confined to only the children of the Devadasis who were studying in IX standard in the Residential school setup meant for Devadasis children.
Keywords: Mind Style, Academic Achievement, Devadasis Cult 
 

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Brown A.L. (1980). Metacognitive Development and Reading. In R.J. Spiro, B. Bruce, W. Brewer (Eds.), Theoretical Issues in Reading Comprehension. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erbaum Carol,S. and David,F. (2011). Cognitive strategies and study habits: an analysis of the measurement of tertiary students' learning. Innovation in Teacher Education. Eleonora, Papaleontiou-Louca. (2008) Metacognition and Theory of Mind. University of Cambridge, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Fifth Survey of Research in Education Ed. Vol. II (1988-1992). New Delhi: NCERT, 2000. Jogan Shankar. (1990) Devadasis Cult Sociological Analysis. New Delhi: Ashish Pub House, Suneeth Ben, S. and Dr.Vinodkumar. (2013) In association between astatic attitude and mind style, among teacher educators. Journal of united progressive initiatives in teacher education research 1, no.1 Wentzel, K. R., and Asher, S. R. (1995) Academic lives of neglected, rejected, popular, and controversial children. Child Development 62, 166-178.

Mrs. Parveen Rani

TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: IT'S NOT AN EVENT, IT'S A PROCESS

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9798/9802

 The quality of education in any nation is intricately linked to the quality of the teachers it produces as the teacher mediated between educational content and the learner in a conducive context. If there is no quality education, brought about by quality of its education. It is important to note, however, that the quality of teachers produced is related to the quality of those admitted into teacher education programme. Teacher education is a program related with teacher proficiency and competence that would make them competent enough to face new challenge in the education. Now a days the field of Education is not only limited with book but has broadened in various new horizon. Development and changes in education have affected teacher education necessitating reviews and reform. It demand understanding with investigative mind, assimilating the required transformation, accommodating and responding to the universal need. We also need to train teacher with new perspective as the outer world in the classroom and school are opening to the world. The pre-service and in-service teacher education programme have shown paradigm shift with its emphasis on globalisation and individualisation. This main purpose of this paper is to find the need of Professional Development of Teachers. 
Keywords: Teacher, Education, Professional, development 
 

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Hans and Aphter.(2013).Emerging Trends in Teacher's Education.The Macrotheme Review. 2(2). Khag and Riaz.(1998) NCTE initiative for Quality Teacher Education, NCTE,New Delhi. Omar. (2014).The need for In-Service Training for Teachers and its effectiveness in Schools.International Journal for Innovation, Education and Research vol 2-11. Richard,Lisa and Daniel.(2014). Seven Trends: The Transformation of Teaching Force. Consortium for policy research in education, University of Pennsylvania. Singh, G. (2014). Emerging Trends and Innovation in Teacher Education, vol4 .Techno Global University,Shilong. Tardif.M., (2001).Pre- Service Training Programming Outcomes of Recent reforms and new trends towards effective professional training. Quebec City.

Ranajana Yadav

ADHYATM RAMAYAN ME SAMAJ CHITRAN (VARNIT AASHRAM VYAVSTHA KE VISHESH SANDHARBH ME)

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9803/9807

 

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Anand Bhalerao

CHANGING THE ROLE OF WOMEN MEMBERS IN THE FARMERS SUICIDE FAMILIES IN VIDARBHA REGION OF MAHARASHTRA

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9808/9818

 The Study was undertaken to identification of various impacts of the suicide on the farmer’s family members in highly suicide prone six districts in Vidarbha Region of Maharashtra. The research study was designed under the analytical research design of social research. The total 300 deceased farmers family were selected by purposive method of random sampling. It covers 105 villages, 18 Blocks and 6 Districts of Vidarbha Region. Result showed that the low educational level, large to medium family size with nuclear types of families, small and marginal rain fade holding with no source to access the irrigation, low productivity due to monsoon vagaries, low annual income, indebtedness, low socio-economic status, inability to fulfil important family responsibilities due to poor economic condition, addiction, personal and family members health problems, dispute, pressure of girls and sisters marriage’, harassments by banks, harassment by moneylenders, relatives, pressure of repay of loans, double showing, drought, hailstorms, unproductively of crops, loss in secondary business, low income from the agriculture and so many causes of were identified of the farmers suicide in the Vidarbha region. All these causes are interrelated and they are feed into each other aggravate each other. All these are supporting causes to the farmer’s suicide in the region. The farmers are continuous committing suicide in the region continuously and the whole responsibility is going on the women members of the farmer’s family.
Keywords- Suicide, Causes, Impact, Psychological, situational, Socio-economic.
 

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Adisa, S. Rashid, Matanmi, M Babatunde and Mohmmed, Lawal A. (Dec. 2010) Rural Women Farmers Perception of Commercialization Service Delivery in Nigeria, Journal of Rural Development, NIRD, Hyderabad Vol. 29, No4 PP. 387-397. Ananta, Krishna, (March 2017) A History of Farmers Movement, EPW, Vol. LII No 9 Page No 58-59. Ashalatha K V, and Das, Chiranjib (Jan-June 2016) An Overview on Farmers Suicidal Tendency in INDIA, The Researcher- International Journal of Management Humanities and Social Sciences Jan-June 2016, 1(1) Page N0 19-32.

Nitleen Kaur

RURAL MARKET IN INDIA: FUTURE AHEAD

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9819/9825

 The retail sector of India has come-forth as one of the most dynamic and second fastest growing industrial economy with several players entering the market. But all of them have not yet tasted success because of the heavy initial investment that are required to break even with other companies and compete with them. In the recent years, rural markets in India have undergone considerable changes as the urban markets have hit saturation and relative growth has slowed down. Marketers have realized that rural India has tremendous potential and with increasing focus of the policy makers on injecting money to pump the rural economy have all contributed towards an increased interest of businesses towards rural India. Similarly this paper focus role of rural market in the Indian economy and also determine the various challenges and opportunities faced by the Indian rural market in the current competitive world.
Keywords- Consumer Durables, Warehousing, Packaging, Rural Marketing, FMCG, Marketers
 

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Anderson James and N Biliou. (2007). Serving the world’s poor; innovation at the base of the economic pyramid. Journal of Business Strategy, 28 (2). Balakrishnan Mandira. (1977). Rural Market: End of a long road for consumer marketers. Decision, July, 177-184 Beshouri. (2006). A Grassroots approach to emerging-market consumer. McKinsey Quarterly, 2006, No 4. Dhanabhakyam and shanthi “Article on Indian Retail Industry Growth Challenges”, Published and referred in net under www.google.com

Khyati Dhingra

A STUDY TO ANALYSE CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR ABOUT ONLINE SHOPPING OVER THE TRADITIONAL SHOPPING

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9826/9832

 Internet has evolved as a huge web for online shopping where each and every product can be easily searchable and accessible. Internet has become an electronic distributer of products because of which online transactions are increasing at a rapid rate. Behavior of consumers is also on the positive side concerning online shopping. Time, convenience and cost are most important factors that is influencing consumer behaviour towards electronic shopping. Despite the advent of online shopping, consumer still prefers traditional shopping because of the type of the product the consumer is buying . Most of the consumers have shifted to online shopping whereas some of them have not switched over due to the authenticity and security reasons. The era is of applications or what we call apps that are ruling over our smart gadgets. All of our shopping is just a click away and products are delivered at are doorsteps. The harassment of going to one shop to another has become one stop shop. The discreet shopping has taken level up of the online shopping among the females. The consumer has even stopped going to groceries shop and buying online (grofers, big basket, etc.). Online shopping has become boon for the working women.Keeping in mind the objective of this study, a survey was conducted and 100 questionnaires were randomly distributed to only female respondents within the age group of 20-30.
Keywords: Consumer behaviour, online shopping, traditional shopping, discreet buying
 

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Schiffman Leon G, Wisen Blit, Kumar Ramesh S.( 2015). Consumer Behavior. New Delhi, Pearson Education India Majumdar Ramanuj.( 2009). Consumer behaviour : Insights from Indian Market. New Delhi, PHI learning Private Limited Bhatia P (2017). Fundamentals of Digital marketing. New Delhi, Pearson Education Kotler Philip,Kartajaya, 4. Setiawan Iwan. (2017). Marketing 4.0 : Moving from traditional to digital . USA, Wiley Bowly Rachel.(2001).The innovation of modern shopping. New york, Columbia University Press Maheshwaran Durairaj, Puliyel Thomas. (2017). Understanding Indian consumer. England, Oxford University Press

Hemant Kumar Pandey

CHALLENGES TO BORDER MANAGEMENT: FOCUSING ON GEOGRAPHIC, DEMOGRAPHIC INFRASTRUCTURAL AND DEMARCATION CHALLENGES

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9833/9842

 The various threats to the internal security of the country are Left-Wing Extremism, Fake Indian Currency Notes, Organize crimes, insurgencies and unauthorized migrations. Majority of these are direct manifestations of external influence and have survived and grown due to encouragement and support which they secure from neighboring states. Therefore, the development of these ties between India\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s external atmosphere and its internal security landscape has made the issue of border management a major concern and a critical component of national security strategy.
Keywords -Border, Management, Geographic, Demographic , Demarcation
 

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Bhattacharjee, Joyeeta. " India Bangladesh Border Management : The Challenge of Cattle Smuggling", Observer Research Foundation, 2013 Das ,Pushpita, "India's Border Management: Select Documents", Institute for Defence studies and Analyses. 2010 Godbole, Madhav, " Management of India's International Borders: Some Challenges Ahead", Economic and Political Weekly, 2001 Goswami, Namrate." India 's Internal Security Situation: Present Realities and Future Pathways ",Instiute for DeFence Studies and Analysis", 2013 Home Affairs, Ministry ." Annual Report", 2009-2010 Kanwal, Gurmeet, "Indian Border Security : Poor Management in Evidence", Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies, 2007

Iflah Sultan

INCLUSIVE EDUCATION IN KASHMIR-CHALLENGES AND SUGGESTIONS

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9843/9848

 The purpose of the present study is to examine the challenges faced by children with disabilities in inclusive schools of Kashmir valley. The paper analyzes the case of children with disabilities studying in the inclusive schools of Kashmir. In this study various challenges faced by the children with disabilities in inclusive schools are discussed. At last some practical suggestions were given for the enhancement of inclusive education in Kashmir valley.
Keywords: Inclusive Education, Challenges and suggestions.

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Armstrong, A., Armstrong, D., Lynch, C. and Severin, S. (2005). Special and inclusive education in the Eastern Caribbean: policy, practice and provision. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 9(1), 71–87. Avramadis, E.,Bayliss, P., & Burden, R. (2000). Student teachers’ attitudes towards the inclusion of children with special educational needs in the ordinary school. Teaching and Teacher Education, 16(2), 277-293.

S. Sujitha

INTERNAL LABOR MIGRATION AND INTEGRATION CHALLENGES-INDIAN PERSPECTIVE

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9849/9856

 Internal migration spurred primarily by employment and marriage helps shape the economic, social, and political life of India’s sending and receiving regions. About two out of ten Indians are internal migrants who have moved across district or state lines a rate notable for the sheer numbers who move within a country with a population that tops 1.2 billion. While marriage is a common driver of internal migration in India, especially among women, a significant share of internal movements are driven by long-distance and male-dominated labor migration. These flows can be permanent, semi-permanent, or seasonal. Seasonal or circular migrants in particular have markedly different labor market experiences and integration challenges than more permanent migrants, but precise data on seasonal migration flows and a systematic accounting of the experiences of these migrants are major gaps in existing knowledge.

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Bhagat, Ram B. 2011. Summary Report in Workshop Compendium Vol. 1. National Workshop on Internal Migration and Human Development in India, Indian Council of Social Science Research, New Delhi, December 6-7, 2011. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). Bhagat, R.B. and S. Mohanty. 2009. Emerging Pattern of Urbanization and the Contribution of Migration in Urban Growth inIndia, Asian Population Studies, vol. 5 no. 1: 5-20. Census of India. 2001. Data Highlights: Migration Tables. 2011. Rural Urban Distribution of Population (Provisional Population Totals). Deshingkar, Priya and ShaheenAkter. 2009. Migration and Development in India. Human Development Research Paper2009/13. New York: United Nations Development Program. Dyson, Tim, Robert Cassen, and LeelaVisaria, eds. 2004. Twenty-First Century India: Population, Economy, HumanDevelopment, and the Environment. New York: Oxford University Press. Hnatkovska, Viktoria and AmartyaLahiri. 2013. The Rural-Urban Divide in India, working paper. London: International GrowthCenter, London School of Economics. Keshri, Kunal and Ram B. Bhagat. 2010. Temporary and Seasonal Migration in India. Genus 66 (3): 25-45.

Mr. Prabhat Kumar & Sambit Kumar Padhi

A STUDY ON ATTITUDE TOWARDS RESEARCH WITH ADJUSTMENT: A CORRELATIONAL STUDY

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9857/9862

 The purpose of the present study is to investigate the relationship between attitude towards research and adjustment of M.Ed students. Investigator descriptive survey method was adopted to conduct present study. A total of 400 M.Ed students were selected by stratified random sampling technique. In order to collect the data an adjustment inventory was developed and standardised and to measure attitude towards research of M.Ed students a scale constructed and standardised by Vishal Shood and Y. K. Sharma in 2013 was used. Person product moment correlation technique was used to analyse the collected data.  The results of the investigation revealed that there is significant intra correlation between Attitude towards research (ATR) and its dimensions such as (ATR-A, ATR-B, ATR-C and ATR-D). The study further revealed that there is significant correlation between Attitude towards research (ATR) and Adjustment. Similarly ATR-A, ATR-B, ATR-C and ATR-D are significantly correlated with Adjustment.  It can be concluded that ATR & its dimension are correlated with one other as well as they are significantly correlated with adjustment. 
Keywords: Attitude towards research and Adjustment. 
 

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Allport, G.W. (1935). Personality: A Psychological Interpretation. New York: Henry Holt. Anastasi, A. (1970). Psychological Testing (3rd Ed.). London: The Macmillan Company. Best, J.W. & Kahn, J.V. (2014). Research in Education. Delhi: PHI learning private limited. Butt I. H. & Shams J. A. (2013) Master in Education Student Attitudes towards Research: A Comparison between two Public Sector Universities in Punjab. South Asian Studies Vol. 28 (1) , pp. 97-105

Sakshi Vij

E-RETAILING- IMPACT ON CONSUMER BUYING BEHAVIOUR

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9863/9869

 Online Shopping also known as E-shopping- it is a form of electronic commerce which allows consumers to buy products/services directly from a seller through Internet using a web browser. The increasing use of Internet has played an important role in the consumer’s life for online shopping. This has become possible due to emerging trend of online retailers who have utilized Internet as their medium of sale. The examples of such E-retailers include: Flipkart, Amazon, Jabong, Myntra,  Snapdeal  Ebay etc. The highly penetrating Internet scenario, convenient shopping which saves time and number of retailers to choose from are making an impact on consumer buying behaviour. The objective of this paper is to study the factors of E-retailing which motivates the consumer to buy online and the challenges for E-retailers. The secondary data was collected from reports, journals, magazines and surfing on the internet. Some of the factors which motivate the customers to buy online are effective search Engines, range and availability of products, exclusive brand availability, refund option, comparison of products and their prices and round the clock shopping option. There are certain challenges like return of products purchased, non-delivery, delay in delivery/untimely delivery and cash on delivery which are faced by E-retailers. The long term development of Internet has led to increase in the number of web users, which has been well captured by the online retailers. The usage of laptops and PCs is growing steadily, driven by increasing affordability and need. Despite all these challenges, as the number of internet users is expanding, 
E-Retiling is having very bright future in India.
Keywords: Consumer Buying Behaviour, Future scope, Challenges and Problems
 

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WOMEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP-THE LARGEST UNTAPPED RESERVOIR OF TALENT IN INDIA

Jan-Feb,2018, Vol - 5/43, Page - 9870/9881

 ‘When young people take action we can make real progress’
Entrepreneurship is an incitation for the economic development of a country. To achieve the aim of higher economic growth, entrepreneurs of a country should be looked upon in both qualitative and quantitative nature. It is only the entrepreneurial factor in the process of production which can explore the potentialities of resources such as labour, capital and technology. So contribution of both the genders whether be male or female is essential in economic activities for healthy Nation building and hence will further pave the wave for gender sensitive industrial policy formulation. This paper talks about the status of women entrepreneurship and also analyze the factors which motivates women to start their own venture and the problems faced by them when they ventured out to carve their own niche in competitive world business environment.
Keywords: Entrepreneurship, Venture, Financial, Economy.
 

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