APRIL-MAY, 2018 SRJHEL

Apr-May,2018, Vol - 6/27
Imapct Factor: 4.44
ISSN: 2348-3083
Date: 04-Jun-2018

An International Peer Reviewed

Scholarly Research Journal for Humanity Sciences & English Language


Deepak P. Gaikwad

INDIAN RESERVATION POLICIES: REALITY AND CONTRADICTIONS

Apr-May,2018, Vol - 6/27, Page - 7763/7767

This research Paper as an interdisciplinary project on “Reservation in Services and Education” with regards to education and status of employment of Dalits Though the emphasis is on Social Reservation, this study inquires into the demands of social reservation of Dalits.   Critics have claimed that though sixty years have passed with the implementation of social reservation, expected results with regards changes in social, political and economical life of Dalits have been not accrued in India.  It is the same case with Maharashtra.

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We are using the terms of “Dalit” & “SCs” interchangeably. It must be recalled that 2006 National Commission for Scheduled Castes talks of dropping the word “dalit” and replacing it with the term “Scheduled Castes”. The political vocabulary and dynamics of both these will also be taken in the consideration. Though the idea of political reservation emerged with the Poona Pact its resonance is felt even today. 18 Oct 1882 – A memorandum to the Hunter commission in Bahujan Shikshan Vastav Ani Aapeksha edited by Sarad Javdekar and others, Publication: Aakhil Bhartiya Samajvadi Adhapak Sabha Pune , 2011 topic 20 page no 195 I refer in The Studies in educational reforms in India volume III Edited by P.R. Panchamukhi (Indian Institute of Education, Pune 1989), chapter 3 Concessions and Incentives to Educational Institutes for S.C. Student at School stage in Rajasthan page no 67.

Depend Kazingmei

HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATION CAUSES BY IMPLEMENTATION OF ARM FORCES SPECIAL POWER ACT ON TANGKHUL COMMUNITY IN UKHRUL DISTRICT, MANIPUR

Apr-May,2018, Vol - 6/27, Page - 7768/7775

 Tangkhul village was considered a sovereign, socialist and democratic village-state by itself since time immemorial. The administrative set up and the governance of the Tangkhul community is democratic in nature. The Tangkhul community exercises their own rights within their jurisdiction and anything against humanity is not compromised. Since the imposing of AFSPA in 1958 by the parliament of India in Manipur state the situation has become very tense and the image of human rights have been damage by the Arm forces. Since more than decades Arms forces has committed several crime against the women in the district the community has come up with courage to fight for the justice and in some cases the violators were punished as per the law. There are many cases which are not being investigated by the concern authority but despite the state government negligence the community civil organization is taking initiative to investigate and brought before the court. The community itself is tired and warned out of human violation but being struggling for survival under the shadow of Arm Forces nobody wants to give up fighting for justice.  
Keywords: Killing, AFSP Act, Tangkhul community, Arm forces, Government.
 

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C.R Kothari: Research methodology Census of India 2011manipur, Series-15 Part Xii-B District Census Handbook Ukhrul, Village And Town Wise Primary Census Abstract (Pca), Directorate Of Census Operations Manipur Dk. Lal Das: Research methods for social work https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Human_Rights_Commission_of_India The Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act, 1958 Act No. 28 of 1958, 11th September, 1958 Ukhrul district profile Government of India.

Madhu Upadhyay

SHIKSHAK-PRASHIKSHNARTHIYO ME B. ED. PATHYAKRAM KE ANTARGAT PARYAVARNIY SHIKSHA KE PRATI ABHIVRUTTI KA ADHYAYAN

Apr-May,2018, Vol - 6/27, Page - 7776/7780

 

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Devendra Kumar Yadav

ABHIBHAVKIY AAKANKSHA EANV SHAIKSHIK UPALBDHI KE SAMBNDH KA ADHYAYAN

Apr-May,2018, Vol - 6/27, Page - 7781/7791

 

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Yashvinder Kapil & J. Sujatha Malini

PEER TUTORING AN INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGY: A SYSTEMATIC APPROACH

Apr-May,2018, Vol - 6/27, Page - 7792/7798

 

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Spencer, V.G. and Babloni, G. (2003). Can students with mental retardation teach their peers?, Education and training in developmental disabilities, Vol38(1), pp-32-61 Tiwari, M. (July 2014). Peer Tutoring –A Step Forward Toward Inclusion. Education a Confab, Vol. 3, pp1-17 ISSN: 2320-009X Mortweet, S.L., Utley, C.A., Walker, D. and Ladford, D. (June, 1999) Class wide peer tutoring: Teaching students with mild mental retardation in inclusive classrooms. Exceptional children Vol. 65(4) pp524-536 Neddenriep, C. E., et al., (2009) Class Wide peer tutoring: Two experiments investigating the generalized relationship between increased oral reading fluency and reading comprehension. Journal of applied school psychology. Vol. 25(3) pp 244-269.

Taiyaba Nazli

EMERGING TRENDS IN E- LEARNING—WITH A REFERNCE TO FLIP LEARNING

Apr-May,2018, Vol - 6/27, Page - 7792/7798

 

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10 Published Results Supporting the Benefits of Flipped Learning http://www.flippedclassroomworkshop.com/results-studies-supporting-benefits-of-flipped-classroom/ Visited 24 March 2015 Galway, LP, etal 2014 “A novel integration of online and flipped classroom instructional models in public health higher education” BMC Medical Education 2014, 14:181 http://www.biomedcentral.com/1472-6920/14/181 visited 26 March 2015 Yes, flipped learning is hot, but what does the research say about it? Thursday, 26 March, 2015 - 16:19 Produce & educate Goodwin, Bryan and Kirsten Miller March 2013 “Research Says / Evidence on Flipped Classrooms Is Still Coming In” ASCD (Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development) http://www.ascd.org/publications/educational-leadership/mar13/vol70/num06/Evidence-on-Flipped-Classrooms-Is-Still-Coming-In.aspx Visited24 March 2015 Jenson, JL, Kumer, Godoy, Spring 2015 “Improvements from a Flipped Classroom May Sim