JUNE-JULY, 2018 SRJHEL

Jun-Jul,2018, Vol - 6/28
Imapct Factor: 5.068
ISSN: 2348-3083
Date: 01-Aug-2018

An International Peer Reviewed

Scholarly Research Journal for Humanity Sciences & English Language


Koushik Mondal

PROMOTING VALUE EDUCATION AMONG SCHOOL STUDENTS’ THROUGH GEOGRAPHY

Jun-Jul,2018, Vol - 6/28, Page - 7792/7799

 This paper mainly deals with how geography helps to construct the value-based knowledge among the school students. At the present time geography is one of the most important social science subject at school education system. The main aim of education is all round development which is impossible without value-based education. School is the miniature of society from where socialization starts. One of the basic factor for socialization is presence of value-based knowledge among the pupil. In this paper, the Researcher tries to show how geography takes crucial role to transmit values among the pupils in practical and theoretical ways. To maintain the nation harmony and integrity value-based curriculum is utmost necessary indeed. The Researcher also show different branches of geography reflect the different kinds of values.
Keywords: All round development, geography, knowledge transmission, school students, Value education.
 

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Bandhopadhya, A.(2006), Shikachinta and Sikhanity, B B kundu and Son, Kolkata ,p-351-355. Talukdar, J. and Pande ,N.(2016),Our Earth (geography and environment),kolkata, parulprokashanipvt. Pal,A.S.andChoudhury,S.(2016),school geography (geography and environment),Kolkata,book syndicate ltd. Basu,R.andMoulik,D.(2016),Madhyamik geography and environment, Kolkata,prantik. National Curriculum Framework (2005), National Council of Educational Research and Training, New Delhi. National Policy on Education. (1986). Government of India, New Delhi. Kothari commission. (1964-1966), Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India, New Delhi.

Neeta Mhavan

JUVENILE DELINQUENCY: A SOCIAL PERSPECTIVE

Jun-Jul,2018, Vol - 6/28, Page - 7800/7807

 Children are important asset of any nation. Their physical, mental, moral and social development will take place if provided proper care, attention and nurtured them, on the other hand if they are exposed to an unfavourable environment it is likely that they get influenced and deviate from the social norms or violate the law. The central thrust of this paper was to examine the circumstances that are responsible for the adolescents’ involvement in juvenile delinquency. Qualitative data was collected from 50 male juveniles in conflict with law. Results state that family, school, neighbourhood, poverty, deviant peer association, and substance abuse are not only the circumstances that heaved the participants into delinquency but risk factor for adolescents.
Keywords: Juvenile Delinquency, Social Perspective
 

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Boakye, A. (2012). Juvenile Delinquency In Ghana: A Qualitative Study Of The Lived Experiences Of Young Offenders In Accra, Norwegian University Of Science And Technology, Trondheim. D’Amico, D. J., Edelen, M. O., Miles, J. N., & Morral, A. R. (2008). The Longitudinal Association between Substance Use and Delinquency Among High-Risk Youth. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 93: 85-92. Foley, R. M. (2001). Academic characteristics of incarcerated youth and correctional education programs: A literature review. Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders, 9, 248–259. Ford J.A. (2005). Substance use, the social bond, and delinquency. Sociological Inquiry, 7: 109–128.

Monika Agarwal

ASPIRANTS IN COACHING CENTRES OF PROFESSIONAL COURSES: “THEIR REACTION TO FRUSTRATION”

Jun-Jul,2018, Vol - 6/28, Page - 7808/7814

 This study has been conducted to know the reaction to frustration of the students joining coaching institute of medical and engineering. through random sampling technique 120 students are selected. for collection of data standardized tool- “reaction to frustration scale” by dr. b. m. dixit and the dr. d. n. srivastava has been used. The study reveals that girl aspirants of coaching (medical and engineering) are more reactive to frustration in comparison to boy aspirants to coaching (medical & engineering)
Keywords: reaction to frustration, coaching centres
 

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Jain Kusum and Kakkar Nidhi (2013). Frustration Among The Secondary School Students In Relation To Their Emotional Maturity: A Study. Bhartiyam International journal of education & research. Volume3, IRosenzweig, S. 1944. An Outline of Frustration Theory. In Hunt J.Mc V (Ed). Personality and behaviour disorders. 1, NewYork Ronald Pressue2, ISSN:2277-1255. Jayanti Raychaudhuri,. 1989. Frustration reactions of school children associated with some psycho -social variables. Fifth Survey of Educational Research 1988-92 Vol-2 New Delhi; NCERT. Kumar, P., & Islary, M. (2016). An Assessment of Reaction to Frustration of Tennis Players. Kaav International Journal of Arts, Humanities & Social Science, 3, 14- 19. Bhattacharya, S: A study of frustration among female teachers and organizational climate of secondry schools, unpublished M.Ed. Diss. B.H.U., 1981. Freud, S: A general introduction to psycho-analysis, garden city publishing co. NewYork, 1993. Sears, R. R. (1942), Frustratin and aggression. Encyclopedia of psychology, NewYork, U.S.A. Bhutia. Y., Sungoh, B. Adolescents of Shilling; Their reactions to frustration International Journal of Education and Psychological research, Vol 3, Issue 1 March 2014

Sanjeev Sonawane & Ms. Arpita Sudheer Phatak

PRIMARY STAGE OF MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE LEARNING

Jun-Jul,2018, Vol - 6/28, Page - 7815/7819

 Primary and basic Mathematics and Science education has to be a phase of joyful learning for the child with ample opportunities for exploration of the environment, to interact with it and to talk about it. The main objectives at this stage are to arouse curiosity about the world (natural environment, artifacts and people) and have the child engage in exploratory and hands-on activities that lead to the development of basic cognitive and psychomotor skills through language, observation, recording, differentiation, classification, inference, drawing, illustrations, design and fabrication, estimation and measurement. The curriculum should also help the child internalize the values of cleanliness, honesty, co-operation, concern for life and environment.  At the primary stage,   children are actively developing their language skills – speaking, reading and writing, which is important to articulate their thoughts and develop the framework for observing the world.  This is the stage, therefore, to emphasize on simple concepts.
Keywords: Primary Stage (Classes I to V), Upper Primary Stage (Classes VI to VIII)  
 

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Kalra R.M. (2008). Science Education for Teacher Trainees and Inservice Teachers.New Delhi : PHI Learning Private Limited. http://www.asa3.org/ASA/education/teach/active.htm www.informedbynature.org http://theconversation.com/primary-school-science-education-is-there-a-winning-formula-5449 https://education.cu-portland.edu/blog/classroom-resources/3-ideas-for-teaching-science-to-elementary-students/

Malathi Iyer

FORECASTING AND VALIDATING REAL TIME RAINFALL OBSERVATIONS WITH TRADITIONAL VEDIC TECHNIQUES AT GOVARDHAN ECO VILLAGE

Jun-Jul,2018, Vol - 6/28, Page - 7839/7851

 Ancient Vedas in their Sanskrit texts have given rainfall prediction techniques on specific days yielding useful results. India has predominantly rain nurtured Agriculture and hence is solely dependent on rainfall and rainfall prediction has utmost importance. Amongst various astro-meteorological methods for rainfall forecasting Parasar Muni, Aryabhatt, Varaha Mihira found out the science to predict and measure rains. The Krishi Parashara gives simple models for predicting rains. Rainfall prediction is important by modern as well as astro-meteorological methods. Every village had been following the rainfall prediction. Today climatology applies to different areas, but the Vedic method helps to predict rainfall on a daytime to hours of daylight basis whether a specific vicinity would get rains or not. For that, the viewer must be present on the place on specific days. Rainfall over an area is very significant from water management forecasting and regulation aspect. The forecast of rainfall adds and helps in scheduling the activities of farmers, real estates, supply of water, cultivation management, engineering department and others. long term forecasting and planning can be accomplished by two methods, namely Vedic method of  forecasting and scientific weather forecasting. Traditional projections are based on systematic annotations and skill using blends of floras, faunas, pests, climatological and astral indicators, and almanacs or Pachanga’s over a period of time. The traditional weather estimates can be checked on past records of climate prevailed in the area using mathematical models. During the study, the rainfall calculations by one of the traditional methods of Akshaya Tritiya is studied in wisdom by seeing the actual rainfall over Govardhan Eco village at Wada for 6 years. The basic aspect used by the predictors is the wind direction. The basic aspect used by the predictors is the wind direction. This technique has made GEV an award winning eco community and has impacted the lives of over 350 tribal farmers in Wada Taluka.  Charts showing the movements of prediction and actual were drawn which indicated the same pattern in both. The ancient approaches of forecasting rainfall cannot be altogether overlooked and there is need to identify and assess the old literature and techniques of spoken civilisations across varied climatic zones. 

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Ashok K., Guan Z. and Yamagata T., 2001, Impact of the Indian Ocean Dipole on the between the Indian Monsoon Rainfall and ENSO Relationship, Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 28, No. 23, December 1, p 4501 Angchok D,and Dubey V.K.(2005),Traditional method of rainfall prediction through Almanacs in Ladakh,Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge,Vol 5 No 1, January 2006 pp.145-150 Attri S.D. and Tyagi A., 2010, Climate Profile of India, Met Monograph No. Environment Meteorology-01/2010, p.2

K. Dhanalakshmi & K. V. S. N. Murty

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STUDY HABITS AND ACADEMIC STRESS OF B.ED TRAINEES

Jun-Jul,2018, Vol - 6/28, Page - 7852/7856

 A study was carried out on 300 B. Ed trainees to find out the effect of study habits and academic stress of B. Ed trainees. Study Habits inventory developed by Prabhakar and Academic stress scale by Abha Rani Bisht was used to assess the study habits and academic stress of B. Ed trainees. Results revealed that there is significant impact of study habits and academic stress of B. Ed trainees.
Keywords: Study Habits, Academic Stress, B. Ed Trainees

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Aggarwal, J.C. (1997). Development and Planning of modern education, Delhi: Vikas Publishing House. Baron, Robert.A. (1995). Psychology. (3rd ed.), New Delhi Asimon & Schuster Company. Best, John W & Kahn James, V. (2006). Research in Education, New Delhi: Prentice Hall of India. Bhupinder Pal Singh. (2011). Study and Analysis of Academic Stress of B.Ed. Students. International Journal of Educational Planning & Administration, 1(2), 119-127. Deepa Sikand Kauts. (2016). Emotional Intelligence and Academic Stress among College Students. An Int. J. of Education and Applied Social Sciences, 7(3), 149-158.

Navin Verma & Col Vineet Nehra

INDIA’S ENERGY DEPENDENCY ON IRAN IN VIEW OF US SANCTIONS

Jun-Jul,2018, Vol - 6/28, Page - 7857/7862

 India’s energy needs are a crucial element. The country today is the fourth largest consumer of energy in the world, soon likely to become the third. Oil constitutes nearly one-fourth of Indian energy consumption. Over three-quarters of that oil comes from abroad—a share that is only expected to increase. India has significantly reduced its oil imports from Iran, mostly as a result of sanctions, but also because of the availability of other import sources and India’s preference for diversifying its dependence as much as possible. However, Iran still accounts for 6% of total Indian oil imports. There have been additional causes for strain in the India-Iran relationship—some that have played out quite publicly, thus shaping the Indian public’s view of Iran. In 2012, a terrorist attack on an Israeli connected with the embassy in Delhi raised hackles.

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Ramyadnya Maurya

NAGAARJUN KE UPNYASON ME ABHIVYAKT DHARMIK CHETNA KA SWARUP

Jun-Jul,2018, Vol - 6/28, Page - 7863/7867

 

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Ramyadnya Maurya

AADHUNIKTA BODH AUR NAYI HINDI KAHANI

Jun-Jul,2018, Vol - 6/28, Page - 7868/7874

 

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Suresh Kumar

TO STUDY THE TRAINING MODULES OF INSERVICE TEACHER TRAINING PROGRAMME UNDER SARVA SHIKSHA ABHIYAN IN HIMACHAL PRADESH

Jun-Jul,2018, Vol - 6/28, Page - 7875/7886

 The  in service education of the teachers’ become more necessary, not only in view of the advancement in knowledge of the subject to teachers but also due to experiments and innovations in the field of pedagogy and the skills required to adopt those innovative practices. SSA makes a provision of training programmes for inservice teachers for their professional development. The result of the study shows that the time schedule of inservice training changed year to year. The objectives of the training programme were in two areas: general area and curricular area. It was found that maximum weightage was given to theory (70% - 80%) and only 20% - 30% weightage was given to practical activities during training and no follow-up mechanism was followed after training
Keywords: Inservice, Teacher, Training, Module, Programme, Sarva, Shiksha, Abhiyan. 
 

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Chowdhury Arnav and Mete Jayanta (2017), Inservice teacher Training are getting Importance in 21st century- A Qualitative Study. IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social science, Vol.22, Issue:12, Ver.7, (December 2017) pp.42-46, ISSN: 2279-0845. Manhas, J. S., Garg, S., Charak, A. S. and Gupta, L. (2011). Assessment of Impact of Adult Trainers’ Training Programme on Watershed Management. Indian Journal of Adult Education, Vol.72(2), pp.51-61. Patel, R. S. (2006). A Study of Gender Sensitization Training Imparted to Teachers and its Effect on Behaviour and Attitude of Teachers. Abstracts of Research studies in Elementary Education (2003-2009), Research Evaluations and Studies Unit, Technical Support Group for Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, New Delhi: EDCIL (India) Ltd. 2010, pp.182-83. Phull, M., David, R. S. and Kumar, P. (2009). Baseline Study of the Status of Teaching of English in Elementary Schools in Rajasthan with Reference to Speaking. Abstracts of Research studies in Elementary Education (2003-2009), Research Evaluations and Studies Unit, Technical Support Group for Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, New Delhi: EDCIL (India) Ltd. 2010, pp.301-03. Sapp, T. M. (1996). Teacher Perceptions of the Components of Effective Inservice Training in the Fine Arts and their Relationship to the implementation of Curriculum Improvement and Innovations. Dissertation Abstracts International, Vol. 57(4), pp.1573-74A.

Tak Ravisha Dhanraj

TAMASHA....... MAHARASHTRACHI LOKAKALA

Jun-Jul,2018, Vol - 6/28, Page - 7887/7889

 

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Ravindra Dhanta

STUDY OF SELECTED KINANTHROPOMETRIC VARIABLES, PHYSICAL FITNESS AND SELF-CONFIDENCE OF UNIVERSITY VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS IN QUARTER-FINAL ROUND IN RELATION TO THEIR LEVEL OF PERFORMANCE

Jun-Jul,2018, Vol - 6/28, Page - 7890/7898

 Today we are living in the highly advanced age of human civilization demanding very alert and tough human beings to face the different kind of challenges in all walks of life. Sports have therefore assumed immense importance as an integral part of the whole education process. Sports oriented educational system has helped the development of the balanced personality.The main purpose of the study was to determine the significant difference between the Kinanthropometric, physical fitness and psychological variable (Self-Confidence) of volleyball women players of Himachal Pradesh University. Physical fitness has been considered an essential element of ever day life, and strength, speed, endurance, agility and flexibility are an important aspect of physical fitness. The data of the study was collected during the inter college championship. It is not possible to collect the data of each and every volleyball players of Himachal Pradesh University players. A Selective type of sampling was adopted to collect the required data from different colleges. A list of 250 students was prepared out of which 96 students were selected. The performance was measured on the basis of fixture drawn by the Himachal Pradesh University for inter college volleyball championship. The Quarterfinal groups of the teams had been selected for the present study. These groups were analyzed on their performance basis. The data were analyzed by applying‘t’ test is find out the significant difference.
Keywords: Kinanthropometric Variables, Physical Fitness, Self-Confidence, Volleyball Players, Level of Performance
 

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Androws,Barry Craig, “Physical fitness level of Canadian and South African School Boys”. Dissertation Abstracts International. 1976 Vol 36. No 9. 5912 pp. Anyanwu, S.U., “Physical Fitness of Nigerian Youth,” Dissertation Abstracts International 38, November 1977: p. 2642-A Bhatnagar, D.P. and Singal, P. “Comparative study of Athletes and volleyball players from Rural area of Assam and Madhya Pradesh,” Modern perspectives in Physical Education and sports Sciences: Harman Publications, 1980: pp. 117-123. Devi, P. Nirmala, “Effectiveness of group counselling: Adjustment among women college student”. Dissertation Abstracts International. 2003 Vol 21 (2) 67-77. Hanton, Sheldon, Evans Lynne & Nil Richard, “Hardness and the competitive trait anxiety response.” Dissertation Abstracts International 90. 2003 Vol 16 (2) 167-187.

Ram Surve

WORK-FORCE DIVERSITY – ANALYSIS OF CASES FROM SELECTED INDIAN WORK ORGANIZATIONS

Jun-Jul,2018, Vol - 6/28, Page - 7899/7915

 In general, diversity refers to the ways that people in organizations differ.  That sounds simple, but defining it more specifically is a challenge because people in organizations differ in many ways-races, gender, ethnic group, age, personality, cognitive style, tenure, organizational function, and more.   Also in recent years the understanding of the term diversity has expanded to include not only organizational members but also people who constitute the external customers (suppliers, consumers, regulators, etc.) of the organization. Managing diversity means establishing a heterogeneous workforce to perform to its potential in an equitable work environment where no member or group of members has an advantage or a disadvantage.  Effectively managing diversity helps organizations to identify and capitalize on opportunities to improve products and services, attract, retain, motivate and utilize talented people effectively; improve the quality of decision-making at all organizational levels; and reap the many benefits from being perceived as a socially conscious and progressive organization. The paper is an attempt to evaluate the structural process followed by the selected Indian corporations to initiate the diversity management practices to enhance its global competitiveness. Organizations in India have entered the fray with the right approach and are slowly but surely getting equipped, through their diversity management interventions, to take on the diversity challenge and turn it into a golden opportunity.
Keywords: Diversity Management, Organizational Behavior, Strategic Human Resources Management
 

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Hewlet, S.A. & Luce, C.B. (2005) Off-Ramps and On Ramps: Keeping Talented Women on the Road to Success, Harvard Business Review, March, 2005. Kochan, T. et al. (2003). The effects of diversity on business performance: Report of the Diversity Research Network, Human Resource Management, Vol.42, No. 1, 3-21. Michal, E. Mor Barak, (2000) The Inclusive Workplace : An Ecosystems Approach to Diversity Management , Social Work, Volume 45, Issue 4,1 July, 2000, Pages 339-353.

D. Ponmozhi & S. Seetha Lakshmi

SELF-ESTEEM OF HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

Jun-Jul,2018, Vol - 6/28, Page - 7916/7924

 The current investigation was planning to assess self-esteem of higher secondary school students in Cuddalore district, Tamil Nadu.  Self-esteem scale constructed and standardized by researcher and guide is used to collect data from 210 higher secondary school students randomly. The scale contains 26 items in 6 dimensions. The collected data were analyzed with help of IBMSPSS19. Statistical techniques like Descriptive analysis, inferential analysis, correlation analysis and regression analysis have been used in this study. The higher secondary school student self-esteem is very high (109).Standard and Gender shows significant relationship with self-esteem of higher secondary school students. A stepwise regression was carried out to find the predication model for self-esteem. The predication model contained three of the ten predictors and was reached in 3 steps with 7 variables removed. The model was statistically significant, F(3,206)=17.08, p<0.01, and accounted for approximately 19% of variance in self-esteem(R2=0.199, Adjusted R2= 0.187).The structure coefficient suggests that standard and Gender were strong Indicator of Self-esteem and age was moderate Indicator of Self-Esteem.  
Keywords: Age, Gender, Higher school students, Standard, Self-Esteem.
 

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Anita.C.K.,Laurenz.L.M., Sven.G., &Norbert.K.,. (2015), Gender differences in the association of a high quality job and self-esteem over time: A multiwave study, European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 24(1). Barry.C.T, Doucette.H.,Loflin..D.C., Rivera.N.H.,&Herrington.L.L,. (2015). “Let Me Take a Selfie”: Associations Between Self-Photography, Narcissism, and Self-Esteem,Psychology of Popular Media Culture B?achnio.A.,Przepiorka.A., Pantic.I,. (2016), Association between Facebook addiction, self-esteem and life satisfaction: A cross-sectional study, Computers in Human Behavior 55. Brewer, &Kerslake,.(2015).Cyberbullying, self-esteem, empathy and loneliness, Computers in Human Behavior 48.

Lt . Col. V. S. Rana & Anurag Jaiswal

NAXALISM : FACTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR GROWTH AND IDEOLOGY

Jun-Jul,2018, Vol - 6/28, Page - 7925/7931

 One major challenge before the India  today is that of Naxalism, a movement which has a long history and which over a period of time has expanded its influence and violent activities.  The Naxal affected areas are tribal dominated districts in the interiors of the states where the administrative architecture and development has not reached. The discontent among the population of these areas is on the matters of rights to lands, forests, mining, development and the caste based discrimination. Naxalism is the outcome of a number of various factors political and economical in nature as discussed below.

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H. K. Pandey & Shantonu Roy

INDIA, AFGHANISTAN: RELATIONS WITH RUSSIA

Jun-Jul,2018, Vol - 6/28, Page - 7932/7942

 

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Gulshan Sachdeva, ‘The Delhi Investment Summit on Afghanistan’, Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, 26 June 2012. ‘Delhi Investment Summit on Afghanistan, ‘Economic links between India and Afghanistan’, http://dsafghan.in/pdf/IndiaAfghanistan.pdf 'syndicate of terrorism' from Afghanistan: India’, PTI, 28 June 2012. Claudia Meier and C.S.R. Murthy, ‘India’s Growing Involvement in Humanitarian Assistance’, GPPi Research Paper No 13, March 2011. Can India ‘fix’ Afghanistan’, New York Times, 7 June 2012, http://india.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/06/07/can-india-fixafghanistan/? C. Raja Mohan, ‘Beyond US withdrawal: India's Afghan options’, Observer Research Foundation, 24 May 2012, orfonline.com/cms/sites/orfonline/modules/analysis/AnalysisDetail.html?cmaid=37399&mmacmaid=37400

Pramila Maruti Gaikwad & Arvind Shelar

PUNE JILHYATIL LOKSANKHYECHA ABHYAS

Jun-Jul,2018, Vol - 6/28, Page - 7943/7950

 

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