JULY-AUG 2018, SRJIS

Jul-Aug,2018, Vol - 6/46
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ISSN: 2278-8808
Date: 01-Sep-2018

An International Peer Reviewed

Scholarly Research Journal for Interdisciplinary Studies


Santanu Ghorai

SURVEY ON THE EDUCATIONAL STATUS OF CHILDREN OF GOVT. SPONSORD / GOVT. AIDED SCHOOL TEACHING / NON-TEACHING STAFF IN WEST BENGAL

Jul-Aug,2018, Vol - 6/46, Page - 10782/10788

 Everything changes in its own way. The nature also changes. Society is also changeable according to nature. Hence, the human behavior, attitude, life style also changes. Technology makes this change easier task to do. This era is a hybridization of globalization, privatization and modernization. These are all produced an effect on educational system. Human minds also changes and upgraded day by day. At present School Teacher parents are like to preferred private school as first educational institution for their children. This change of thinking of the School Teaching/Non-teaching parents in case of admission their child to the private school rather than Govt. Sponsord / aided school is increased day by day. In this present study, researcher wants to investigate the educational status of the Govt. Sponsord / aided School Teaching/Non-teaching staff’s children in three district of West Bengal state. Findings of the study is shown that in primary level a tendency is observed to send their children in private school but the scenario is totally reversed in case of secondary level children.
Keywords: Globalization, Privatization, Modernization.
 

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Md. Mahmood Alam

STUDY OF ACADEMIC ANXIETY AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT ACROSS CERTAIN DEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS

Jul-Aug,2018, Vol - 6/46, Page - 10789/10801

 This study was conducted to examine academic anxiety as predictors of academic achievement of secondary school students. The sample of 300 10th class students (150 boys: 75 rural & 75 urban; 150 girls: 75 rural & 75 urban) was randomly selected from government and private schools of Sambhal district.  Tools for collecting the data included Academic Anxiety Scale for Children (AASC) by Dr. A.K. Singh and Dr. A. Sen Gupta (2009).The data were analyzed using descriptive analyses (Mean, Standard Deviations), correlational analyses (Coefficient of Correlation ‘r’) and differential analyses (‘t’- test). The findings of the present study revealed that academic anxiety is significantly and inversely related to academic achievement of secondary school students. It is also found that there is a significance difference between boys & girls and government & private secondary school students on the variable academic anxiety. However non-significant results are observed in case of (i) rural and urban secondary school students on the measure of academic anxiety and academic achievement and (ii) government and private secondary school students in respect of their academic achievement. The findings of the study may help in designing programs and strategies to manage the academic anxiety efficiently which may result into enhanced academic performance.
Keywords: Academic Anxiety, Academic Achievement, Locale, Types of School
 

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Afolayan, J. A., Donald, B., Onasoga, O., Babafemi, A. and Juan, A. (2013), “Relationship between anxiety and academic performance of nursing students”, Advances in Applied Science Research, Vol. 4, No.5, pp. 25-33. Anson, A., Bernstein, J. and Hobfoll, S. E. (1984), “Anxiety and Performance in Two Ego Threatening Situations”, Journal of Personality Assessment, Vol.48, No. 2, pp. 168-172. Attri, A.K. and Kumari, N. (2013), “Academic Anxiety and Achievement of Secondary School Students,” International Journal of Behavioral Social and Movement Sciences, Vol. 2, Issue 1, p. 27. Banga, C.L. and Sharma, S.K. (2016), “A Study of Academic Anxiety of Secondary School Students of Kangra District in Relation to Gender, Locale and Social Category”, International Multidisciplinary e –Journal, Vol. 5, No. 4, pp.46-55. Cassady, J.C. (2010), “Anxiety in the schools: The Causes, Consequences and Solutions for Academic Anxieties. NY: Peter Lang.

P. R. Venugopal & S. Balashivudu

EVA BASED PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT: A CASE STUDY OF SBI AND ICICI BANK

Jul-Aug,2018, Vol - 6/46, Page - 10802/10825

 Maximizing the shareholders wealth is the primary objective of financial management. The returns which they receive on their investments made by the shareholders measures the shareholders wealth. Returns what the shareholders receive are of two types, first is in the form of dividends and the second in the form of capital appreciation reflected in the market value of the shares of which market value is the dominant part. There are number of factors which influences the market value of the shares of which, may not be fully influenced by the management of the firm. Expectations of the shareholders regarding the return on investment is one factor which has a  significant influence on the market value. Some measures like return on equity, earnings per share, operating profit margin, return on capital employed and net profit margin exist to evaluate the performance of the business. The shareholders require at least a minimum rate of return on their investment depending on the risk in the investment. The problem of these measures is that they lack in comparison. So the concept Economic value added (EVA) was developed to overcome these problems. The report studies the profile of the Indian banks to explain the relationships of the shareholder investments and corporate perfor-mances. Here in this report a study was made on the two banks I.e SBI a public sector bank and ICICI a private sector bank and analysis has been made using the tool Economic value added (EVA). 
Keywords
Net operating profit after taxes(NOPAT)
Invested capital
Capital charge
Cost of capital
Beta
Economic value added(EVA)
 

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JAGDISH R. RAIYANI & NILESH K.JOSHI(2011) “EVA BASED PERFORMANCE MEASURE-MENT : “A CASE STUDY OF SBI AND HDFC BANK”. DR. SHIVAPPA AND MRS. JYOTI.N. TALREJA “PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF SELECTED BANKS USING EVA” CHITRA GUNASHEKAR GOUNDER AND DR. M. VENKATESHWARLU (2017) “SHAREHOLDERS VALUE CREATION- AN EMPHERICAL ANALYSIS OF INDIAN BANKING SECTOR” . DR. SHIVAPPA AND MRS. JYOTI.N. TALREJA “PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF SELECTED BANKS USING EVA”. GEORGY T. FRAKER (2006) “ USING EVA TO MEASURE AND IMPROVE BANK PERFOR-MANCE”. ROJI GEORGE (2005) “COMPUTATION OF EVA IN INDIAN BANKS” BABLI DIHIMAN AND SHIPRA PRUTHI “EVA-A STUDY OF SLECTED COMPANIES IN INDIA”

H. K. Pandey & Col Shantonu Roy

INDIA AND RUSSIA: TIES ARE FOREVER

Jul-Aug,2018, Vol - 6/46, Page - 10826/10832

 

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New Trends in Indo-Russian Relations by V. D. Chopra Indo-Russian Relations: Prospects, Problems, and Russia Today by V. D. Chopra Indo Russian Military and Nuclear Cooperation: Lessons and Options for Future by Jerome M. Conley A Journey Beyond the Three Seas by Afanasy Nikitin Global Significance of Indo-Russian Strategic Partnership by V. D. Chopra Significance of Indo-Russian Relations in 21st Century by V. D. Chopra

Anjana Verma & Prof. NPS Chandel

EFFECT OF PROXEMICS ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF LEARNING DISABLED STUDENTS IN INCLUSIVE CLASSROOM

Jul-Aug,2018, Vol - 6/46, Page - 10833/10841

 The present study is an attempt to explore the effect of Proxemics on learning disabled students in reference to their academic achievement. The sample included 36 learning disabled students. Total students have been divided in to two groups (control and experimental). The physical distance was reduced between teacher and learning disabled students of experimental group. After experiment (classroom teaching with use of proxemics) of 20 days class under selected topics the difference has been measured between both the groups. The post evaluation results show that there has been a remarkable improvement in academic achievement of learning disabled students of experimental group. 
Keywords: Proxemics, Academic Achievement and Inclusive Classroom.
 

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Akinola, O. A. (2014). The use of non – verbal communication in the teaching of English Language. Journal of Advances in Linguistics, 4 (3), 428-433 Atta, M. A., & Muhammad, A. (2014). Use of teachers’ eye contact in the classroom and its effect on the speculative execution of students at primary school level: a gender based study. Retrieved from http://www.gu.edu.pk/New/GUJR/PDF/June-2014/11-Eye%20contact%202(1).pdf Best, J, W. (2001). Research methodology. New York : Prentice Hall. Boonen, T., Damme, J. V. & Onghena, P. (2014). Teacher effects on student achievement in first grade: which aspects matter most. School Effectiveness and School Improvement. An International Journal of Research, Policy and Practice, 25 (1), 126-152

Prachi Gupta & Peeyush Goyal

USE OF DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES IN EDUCATION

Jul-Aug,2018, Vol - 6/46, Page - 10842/10846

 Over the years, the use of the digital media has grown manifold in all the spheres of life. Yet its potential needs to be harnessed completely in the field of education. Education in India is still suffering from lacunae that curtail the exploitation of the digital technologies to the fullest for the welfare of the students. In light of the above, the paper attempts to explore the policies and issues that exist in the use of digital technologies in education.
Keywords: Digital Technologies, Digital Divide, Education
 

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Bisla, S. (2017). Digital Education: Scope and Challenges of a Developing Society accessed at https://www.magicedtech.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Digital-Education-Scope-And-Challenges-Of-A-Developing-Society.pdfCambridge Assessment International Association (2018). Digital technologies in the classroom accessed at http://www.cambridgeinternational.org/images/271191-digital-technologies-in-the-classroom.pdf Dillenbourg, P., Järvelä, S. & Fischer, F. (2009). The evolution of research on computer-supported collaborative learning: from design to orchestration. In Balacheff, N., Ludvigsen, S., de Jong, T., Lazonder, T.A. & Barnes, S. (eds.) Technology-enhanced learning: Principles and products. Netherlands: Springer, pp. 3-19

Javeed Ahmad Puju & Aqueel Ahmad Pandith

ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION OF PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED VIZ. VISUALLY IMPAIRED, HEARING IMPAIRED AND ORTHOPEDICALLY IMPAIRED SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS OF KASHMIR DIVISION

Jul-Aug,2018, Vol - 6/46, Page - 10847/10861

 This study was undertaken to study the achievement motivation of visually impaired, hearing impaired and orthopedically impaired secondary school students of Kashmir division. The sample for the study was 300 physically challenged secondary school students viz. (visually impaired N= 100, hearing impaired N= 100 and orthopedically impaired N=100) by using purposive sampling technique. Pratibha Deo and Asha Mohan achievement motivation scale was administered for the collection of data. The result of the study highlight that there is no significant difference among visually impaired, hearing impaired and orthopedically impaired secondary school students on achievement motivation. The Achievement Motivation is a planned decision-making process, which energies individual to work to the best of their capacities, by providing them with motives, which is based on their unfulfilled desires. Thus it is generally regarded as the force to achieve targets and the process tosustain the drive. Physically challenged viz. visually impaired, hearing impaired and orthopedically impaired categories feel inferiority due to physical impairment. They are not being ready and eager to face new situations and carry out different tasks, generally are withdrawn, inactive, and unmotivated for their achievement, therefore lack of motivation and lack of self-confidence are two of the main reasons for failure and of living an upset, anxious, depressed, worried ordinary and dissatisfied life.
Keywords: achievement motivation, visually impaired, hearing impaired, orthopedically impaired students,
 

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Atkinson, J.W. (1957). Motivational determinants of risk-taking behavior.Psychological Review, 64, 359–372. Elliot, A. J., & Covington, M. V. (2001). Approach and avoidance motivation.Educational Psychology Review, 13, 73–92. Elliot, A. J., & Thrash, T. M. (2001).Achievement goals and the hierarchical model of achievement motivation.Educational Psychology Review, 13, 139–156. Linnenbrink, L. E. (Guest Ed.), (2006). Special issue on: Emotion research in education: Theoretical and methodological perspectives on the integration of affect, motivation, and cognition. Educational Psychology Review, 18.

Mrs. Moin Fatema

EXPLORING EMOTIONAL STABILITY IN ADOLESCENTS

Jul-Aug,2018, Vol - 6/46, Page - 10862/10866

 Emotional stability is one of the seven important indicators ofmental health. Emotional stability is the process in which the personality is continuously striving for greater sense of Emotional health, both intra-physically and intra-personally. The present study was conducted to assess and compare the emotional stability in adolescents of English and Urdu medium school students of Aurangabad city. A sample of 100 adolescent students was selected from Urdu and Englishschoolswith the help of random sampling technique. Descriptive survey method was adopted for the study and the analysis was done with the help of mean, S.Dand t-test. The overall emotional stability was found to be average and there was no significant difference found between the emotional stability of Urdu and English medium adolescents. 

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A Wani, R Sankar, J Angel, P Dhivya, S Rajeswari, K Athiraj (2016), Emotional Stability among Annamalai University Students, International Journal of Indian Psychology, Volume 3, Issue 4, No. 66, ISSN 2348-5396 (e), ISSN: 2349-3429 (p), DIP:18.01.167/20160304, ISBN: 978-1-365-39396-9 Gupta A. Singh AK. Emotional Stability test for Children National psychological corporation, Agra. 1994. Khan Tanveer (2017) Emotional Intelligence in Adolescents with respect to demographics and gender, International journal of education and research studies. An international peer reviewed and referred journal March –April, 2017, Vol-II, Issue-XII. Kumar P. A Study of Emotional Stability and Socio-Economic-Status of Students Studying in Secondary School. International Journal of Education and information Studies. 2013. ISSN 2277-3169 PP. 7-11.

N. S. Kumar & Dhananjay B. Bagul

UNDERSTANDING THE PERCEPTION OF HUMAN RESOURCE PROFESSIONALS REGARDING THE CHANGES IN EMPLOYMENT PATTERN IN THE POST LIBERALIZATION ERA. WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO ENGINEERING INDUSTRY IN PUNE

Jul-Aug,2018, Vol - 6/46, Page - 10867/10876

 It is interesting study of pre and post New Economic Policy of 1991, which is popularly referred to as Liberalization, Privatization and Globalisation (LPG) or structural changes.  Post LPG Indian economy has grown phenomenally and marching towards becoming one of the largest economies in the world. Indian economy is becoming more of knowledge economy than manufacturing economy. Though economy is growing still there is no growth in employment in organized manufacturing sector. Even quality of employment is deteriorating and wage disparity is increasing between skilled and unskilled. Through the study efforts have been made to focus on the reasons of changes in business environment and employment pattern in post liberalization era. This study also highlighted the various challenges faced by HR professionals specifically in post liberalization era and threats to employees about job security.
Keywords- Liberalization, Globalization, GDP, FDI, Employment.
 

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Sanket V. Ravan (2014) “Impact of LPG on Indian Economy” Prime International Research Journal, Vol.1, Issue 4. Raghunath, (2017), “Globalization and its Impact on Indian Economy”, International Journal of Research Granthaalayah, Vol.5, Issue 6 Swaminathan S. Anklesaria Aiyar, (2016), “ Twnety Five years of India Economic reform- A story of Private Sector Success, Government Failure and Institutional wealness” CATO Institute’s Centre for Global Liberty and Prosperity, Policy Analysis 2016 No 803. G.S.Bhalla (2008 ) “ Globalization and Employment Trends in India” The Indian Journal of Labour Economics, Vol.51, No.1

Renu Dabral

GENDER WISE DIFFERENCES IN IDEALISTIC AND REALISTIC EXPRESSION OF OCCUPATIONAL- ASPIRATION OF SECONDARY LEVEL STUDENTS AT INITIAL AND MATURE CAREER POINT

Jul-Aug,2018, Vol - 6/46, Page - 10877/10882

 The present study was conducted to analyze the gender wise differences in idealistic and realistic expression of occupational aspiration of secondary level students at their initial and mature career point . The sample of the study consisted of 400 adolescent students from Pauri District in Uttarakhand, India. The finding indicates that there is no significant difference between boys and girls in idealistic expression of occupational aspiration at initial and mature career point whereas there is significant difference found between boys and girls in realistic expression of  occupational aspiration at initial career point.

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Farmer, H.S. and Chug, Y.B. (1995), Variables related to career commitment, mastery motivation, and level of career aspiration among college students. Journal of Career Development, 21 (4),265-278. Farmer, H.S. (1985), Model of career and. achievement Montanan for women and men Journal of Compelling Psychology, 32, 363-390.

Sanjeev Sonawane & Ms. Arpita Sudheer Phatak

PRIMARY STAGE OF MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE LEARNING

Jul-Aug,2018, Vol - 6/46, Page - 10883/10887

 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.
Key Words: 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 In-service Teachers. New Delhi: PHI Learning Private Limited. http://www.asa3.org/ASA/education/teach/active.htm

Deeksha Singh

CRITICAL ANALYSIS ON CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

Jul-Aug,2018, Vol - 6/46, Page - 10888/10899

 Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a self-adjusting business model that helps a company be socially responsible and liable to itself, stakeholders, and the public. By practicing corporate social responsibility, also called corporate citizenship, companies can be aware of the kind of impact they are having on all aspects of society including economic, social, and environmental. To engage in CSR means that, in the normal course of business, a company is operating in ways that encourages society and the environment, instead of contributing negatively to it. Consumers consider more than quality goods and services when choosing a brand. Many are prioritizing corporate social responsibility (CSR), and holding company liable for effecting social change with their corporate beliefs, practices and profits. In fact, some will even turn their back on their favorite companies if they believe they\'re not taking a stand for societal and environmental issues. But consumers are not the only ones who are drawn to businesses that give back. A company\'s CSR strategy is a big factor. Maintenance is another major part of CSR. You must actively and continuously work on your process; it is not a one-time process.
 

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1.Bendell, J., 2005, in whose name the Accountability of Corporate Social Responsibility Development in Practice, Vol. 15, No.4, 362-374. Berkhout, T., 2005, corporate gains: Corporate social responsibility can be the strategic engine for long-term corporate profits and responsible social development. Alternatives Journal, 31(1), 15–18. Blowfield, M., 2005, corporate social responsibility: Reinventing the mean¬ing of development. International Affairs, 81, 515–524.

Arshita Agarwal

WOMEN EMPOWERMENT IN CONTEXT TO COMPANIES ACT, 2013: A REALITY OR MYTH

Jul-Aug,2018, Vol - 6/46, Page - 10900/10907

The principle of gender equality has been enshrined in the Indian Constitution but despite such unambiguous right; Indian society is always a male dominated society. Men are always seen at the top position but not women, regardless of the fact that women are no less than a man. With the modern times everything is changing the world is changing but the status of women is the same age old. The Government of India though propound many laws for the empowerment of women; but it seems that the very concept of empowering the women were only on papers. One such step is the appointment of WOMAN as the WOMEN DIRECTOR IN COMPANIES. The new companies Act 2013 makes it mandatory to appoint Woman as the director on the board but only on certain classes of companies. As per Section 149 such companies shall have at least ONE WOMAN DIRECTOR. By this research paper I would critically analyze and point out the loop holes of the section 149 of the COMPANIES ACT 2013.
Keyword: Women director, B.O.D (Board of Directors), Companies Act 2013
 

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Vatika Sibal

FOOD: IDENTITY OF CULTURE AND RELIGION

Jul-Aug,2018, Vol - 6/46, Page - 10908/10915

 Culture is what makes everyone different from who they are and where they originate. It embraces all the aspects of human life and their way of communicating and interacting with other human beings. Food is an essential part of people’s lives, and not just a means of survival. It is also the main factor in how we view and differentiate people and influences the impacts on their culture. Different cultures have varieties of food and ingredients and this is a fusion of foods with their culture. You are what you eat, it doesn’t matter how they eat it or how they cook it as long as it represents them and their culture. There is a strong link between culture and food; this includes their religion, tradition. Media plays an important role supporting in retaining culture and food identity. The myriad of published cookbooks and food magazines, culinary festivals, TV shows, celebrity chefs, blogs has completely changed the meaning of food. The aim of this paper is to try to give answers to the questions of how food communicates our culture, and how we relate food to our religious and cultural identity. There is an increased awareness of significance of food within contemporary society and culture, and therefore there is a need to explore it.
Keywords: communication, culture, cuisine.
 

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Anoop Kumar Singh & Arbind Kumar Jha

BUNIYADI TALIM VA SAMANYA VIDHYALAYON KE SIKHANE-SIKHANE KI SHAILI KA TULNATMAK ADHYAYAN

Jul-Aug,2018, Vol - 6/46, Page - 10916/10926

 

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Odhiambo John Okoth

DISMAL PERFORMANCE BY CANDIDATES IN NATIONAL EXAMINATION IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN TAITATAVETA COUNTY - KENYA

Jul-Aug,2018, Vol - 6/46, Page - 10927/10944

 Performance of students in both National Examination and Continuous Assessment Tests in school has been dismal for the last five years. This is evidenced by the low number of candidates that attain quality grades of C+ and above and many who score very low grades of D (plain) and below. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to discern the root cause of the dismal performance by students in secondary schools in order to strategize on redirecting Secondary Education in the County. The Specific objective wasto determine the current factors that inhibit good performance in Secondary Schools in TaitaTaveta County. The study was based on Evidence-based theory advanced by Bach, (2003). The preferred research design was Action Research because it allows for researcher to conduct in-depth study at work place with a view of finding solution to identified challenges. The location of the study was in the four sub-counties of TaitaTaveta County namely Taita, Voi, Mwatate and Taveta. Stratified sampling was used to select sampled schools based on characteristics of the school including 5 Mixed Day, 5 Mixed Day and Boarding, 5 Boys Boarding and 5 Girls Boarding. Data was collected using questionnaire to collect data from the principals and Focus Group Discussion Schedule from Heads of Departments and Class Prefects. Data was analysed using both quantitative and qualitative techniques with the help of Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS). The data was then presented in tables. The study found out that poor time management; gaps in school management, ineptitude of teachers, students’ laxity and shortage of teachers were main reasons for perennial dismal performance by students in examination. It was therefore recommended that all stakeholders should be brought on board for the sake of uplifting performance in the county. Capacity building should be prioritized for School management team (Board of Management), Principals of Schools, Deputy Principals, Heads of Various Departments and Student Leaders. Sensitization should be enhanced for students and their parents in order to refocus their attention to education. 

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Subhash Singh

JAWY PAL SATRA KE SHAIKSHIK DARSHAN KI PRASANGIKATA

Jul-Aug,2018, Vol - 6/46, Page - 10945/10953

 

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Prakash Vir Singh

WOMEN’S ROLE IN ECOLOGICAL PROTECTION AND ITS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Jul-Aug,2018, Vol - 6/46, Page - 10954/10959

 Involving women in protecting the environment would help societies to develop the sense of responsibility and needed to maintain a good balance between humans and the Earth’s resources. We all agree that progress in achieving sustainable development goals has been abysmally slow. In the 21st century, we are confronted with economic, environmental and social crises on a global scale. Advances in attaining capital needed to pay for progress. Building up the economic and social pillars of ecological sustainability while neglecting the environment degrades the natural capital needed for growth. Focusing on geo-ecology and the environment without gender equality has been equally sluggish. From the general studied area it has come out on the basis of primary questionnaire data, the majority of the women (79.2%) are involved in farming and contributed significantly to land/soil conservation. (78.4%) of them have planted tree or flowers in the last five years while (79.2%) indicated clearing their surroundings daily in terms of sweeping, clearing drainages and refuse disposal. Problems which are faced by the women include lack of waste disposal equipment, poor drainage systems and lack of awareness among the general public. Appropriate recommendations were proffered to enhance women involvement in ecological protection and sustainable development. 
Keywords: environmental, degradation, conservation, disposal, women
 

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Agarwal, Anju and D.R.Arora,(1989) “Women in Rural Society” Vohra Pub. & Distributors, Allahabad. Agarwal, Bina (2009),”Gender and Forest Conservation-Impact of Women’s Participation in Community Forest Governance, Ecological Economies. In press Mishra, A.(1978) “Chipko Movement:Uttrakhand Women?s Bid to save Forest Wealth”. People?s Action. New Delhi Mariama, A. and Henshall, J. (1995) “Gender and the Environment: Women’s Time Use as a Measure of Environment Change”. Global environmental Change. Vol 5, pp-337-346. Stevens, Candice. 2009. “Europe Leads the World on Sustainability.” In Europe’s World, Spring. Available at www.europesworld.org.Sustain Labour. 2009. Green Jobs and Women Workers: Employment Equality. Draft Report for Sustain Labour/International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) Available at www.sustainlabour.org/dmdocuments/en255_2009.pdf.

K. Malini

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LANGUAGE ANXIETY AND TEACHER BEHAVIOUR OF SECONDARY LEVEL LANGUAGE TEACHERS

Jul-Aug,2018, Vol - 6/46, Page - 109604/10970

 Anxiety may be found in teachers are subjected to various problems including depression, and loss of patience with students. Language anxiety that a teacher has to face the students by managing the classroom with proper vocabulary and also by increasing their speaking skills. Language anxiety is the feeling of uneasiness worry, nervousness and apprehension experienced when learning a second language. Teacher behaviour is a behavior normally performed by a teacher related to the students in the different situation. The teacher plays a major role in a classroom, so the teacher behaviour depends mainly on students. The secondary school teachers teach one or more subject areas to students of about 13 to 18 years of age at a secondary school. The research study focused on language anxiety and teacher behaviour of secondary level language teachers. Normative survey method was employed to collect the data through questionnaire by adopting simple random sampling technique. The questionnaire was constructed and validated by the researchers and administered on secondary level language teachers. The sample size of this study comprises 100 secondary level language teachers in Salem district of Tamil Nadu. To fulfill the objective of the study is to assess the language anxiety of secondary level language teachers and to find the language anxiety and its dimension such as Anxiety in performance, Self perception, Self improvement of secondary level language teachers based on gender and to find out the teacher behaviour teachers and its dimension such as Expression, Teaching aids, Rapport of secondary level language based on gender. Percentage analysis and Pearson – product moment correlation of co efficient was used for analyzing the data. The results indicate that there is significant relationship between language anxiety and teacher behaviour of secondary level language teachers.
Keywords: language anxiety, teacher behaviour, secondary level language teachers
 

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Ahmad Nouri. (2015). The relationship between Iranian EFL teachers behavior and academic achievement of high school students. Journal of Language Teaching and Research, 6(3), 574-580. Harikaran,S., and Jeevaraj,L., (2015). Leadership style of principals and teacher’s behaviour in kilinochchi zone schools, European Journal of Business and Management, 7(7). Ivana Tepeh. (2016). Language anxiety: teachers' and learners' perspective. (Published thesis), department of English, University of Zagreb. Maatar souad. (2014). The impact of language anxiety on academic achievement among learners of EFL: Case study: 2nd year English language department students, (Published thesis) Skikda’s university.

Ashok Kumar

DURDARSHAN - VIDYNAPANO KA GRAMIN MAHILAON PAR PRABHAV

Jul-Aug,2018, Vol - 6/46, Page - 10971/10977

 

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Talcot Parsons ; Encyclopaedia of Social Sciences, Vol. XIV, p. 231 Sorokin P.A. ; Social Mobility, Harper and Sons, London, 1927, p. 120

Gaurav Yadav

ANUSUCHIT JATI KE VIDHAN MANDALIY ABHIJAN: BHUMIKAYE EANV JAN-SAMPARK KA ADHYAYAN

Jul-Aug,2018, Vol - 6/46, Page - 10978/10983

 

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Pandit V.L. ; Political Elite, Indian Context, Macmillan Publishing Co. Delhi,1978 Nadel S.F. ; The Concept of Social Elites, International Social Science Bulletin, 1956 Parry Geriant ; Political Elites, George Allen and Unwin Ltd. London, 1969 Mills C. Wright, The Power Elite, The Free Press, Glencoe, New York, 1956 Mosca Gaetano ; The Ruling Class, MC-Graw Hill Book Co., Kagakusha, 1959 Singer Marshal R. ; The Emerging Elite, A Study of Political Leadership in Celon, The Free Press Glencoe, 1964 Goode W.J. et al.. Methods in Social Research, Mac Graw Hill Book Co., London 1956

Kiran Yadav

LING-PARIKSHAN EANV KANYA BHRUN HATYA HETU PRERAK TATHA UTTARDAYI KARAN ( JILA MENPURI (U.P) KE VISHESH SANDHARBH ME EK ADHYAYAN)

Jul-Aug,2018, Vol - 6/46, Page - 10984/10989

 

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Manoj Kumar

PRADHAN MANTRI KAUSHAL VIKAS YOJANA KE PRATI DRUSHTIKON (KASGANJYA JILA KE YOJANA LABHANVITO KE SANDHARBH ME EK ADHYAYAN)

Jul-Aug,2018, Vol - 6/46, Page - 10990/10996

 

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Monika Upadhyay

BAL SHRAM EANV ANTAKSHEP KARYAKRAM (ASANGHATIT KSHETRA KE BALSHRAMIKON KE VISHESH SANDHARBH ME EK ADHYAYAN

Jul-Aug,2018, Vol - 6/46, Page - 10997/11003

 

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Pravina

DURDARSHAN VIDYNAPANO KA MADHYAM VARGIY MAHILAON PAR SAMAJIK PRABHAV (JILA ETA KE SHITALPUR KASBA KE SANDHARBH ME ADHYAYAN

Jul-Aug,2018, Vol - 6/46, Page - 11004/11011

 

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Reena Arya

VAISHVIKARAN KA VIVAH SANSTHA PAR PRABHAV : EK ANUBHAVIK ADHYAYAN

Jul-Aug,2018, Vol - 6/46, Page - 11012/11019

 

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Robertson R ; Globalization, Sage Publication, London, 1992, p. 8. Giddens Anthony ; Modernity and Self-Identity, Polity Combridge University Press, 1991, p. 21. Ibid, Analysis of Modernity, Consequences and it’s development, Polity Combridge Univ., Publications ; 1991, p. 24. Malcolm Waters ; Globalization, Routledge and Kegan Paul London, 1995, p. 132 Oxford Dictionary of Sociology, Edited by Gorden Marshall, Oxford Univ. Press, Oxford, 1998, p. 258. Chatterjee Parth ; Beyond the Nation? Or Within?, Economic and Political Weekly, Delhi, Jan. 4-11, 1977.

Shikha Singh

PROBESHAN SANSTHA KE PRATI PROBRESHANARS KE DRUSHTIKON (JILA KE FIROJABAD (U.P.) KE PROBESHANARS PAR ARADHARIT EK ADHYAYAN)

Jul-Aug,2018, Vol - 6/46, Page - 11020/11028

 

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Sutherland E.H. ; Principles of Criminology, The Times of India Press, Bombay, 1960 (Quoted from) American Journal of Sociology, Holt., Vol. 60, 1958, p. 37 Hellan G.C. ; Sociology of Deviant Behaviour, Meenakshi Prakashan (U.P.) Meerut, 1969, p. 107 Kumar Anand & Gupta M.D. ; Social Deviance, The Book of Criminology & Penology, Vimal Prakashan, Hospital Road (Fuara), Agra, 1995, p. 146 Lavania M.M. (et.al.) ; Criminology, Research Publication Tripolia Market (Raj.) Jaipur, 1995, p. 201-202 Mahajan D.V. & Mahajan K. ; Criminology : An Altrernative to Imprisonment as Probation, Vivek Prakashan, Jawahar Nagar, Delhi, 2014, p. 384-385

Soni Gupta

SARVAJANIK VITARAN PRANALI : PARIKALPA, STHITI EANV SAMBHAVANAYE

Jul-Aug,2018, Vol - 6/46, Page - 11029/11036

 

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Balwant Sadrate

HUMAN RIGHTS AWARENESS AMONG SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS OF HIMACHAL PRADESH

Jul-Aug,2018, Vol - 6/46, Page - 11037/11044

 The rights of man have been the concern of all civilizations from time immemorial. The concept of “rights of man” and other fundamental human rights were not unknown to the people of earlier periods. These “rights of man” had a place in almost all the ancient civilizations of the world. The concept of Human Rights was also there perhaps 2500 years back, when a Greek Philosopher Sophocles wrote a drama made ‘Antigone’. It is the king of Apes who ordered to prosecute a person by declaring him as a traitor and to throw his dead body in the middle of the city. But the person’s sister raised voice against it and called for his proper funeral as it was his right. This paper highlights the human rights awareness of senior secondary school students of Himachal Pradesh. 
Keywords: Human Rights, Senior Secondary, Gender, Neurotic Pattern of Personality, Himachal Pradesh
 

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Basu, D.D. (1994). “Human Rights in constitutional law”. New Delhi: Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd. Forsythe, David P. (2000). Human Rights in International Relations. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. International Progress Organization. Koul, Lokesh (1997). Methodology of Educational Research,Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi. Landman, Todd (2006). Studying Human Rights. Oxford and London: Routledge. Rao, D.B. (2004). United Nations Decade for Human Rights Education, Discovery Publication House New Delhi.

Santhi Krishna. C & P. Rekha

HEALTH AWARENESS AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

Jul-Aug,2018, Vol - 6/46, Page - 11045/11049

 Health is Wealth. Health of school children is of prime importance. Most of the students are unaware of their health, even though the schools have a number of programmes to promote the health. Health education motivates students to improve and maintain their health, prevent disease, and reduce risky behaviors. Health education curricula and instruction help students learn skills which will use to make healthy choices throughout their lifetime. The present study is a search into the health awareness of secondary school students. The aim of the study is to find out the extent of health awareness among secondary school students. Data was collected from 132 secondary school students by using an awareness test. Findings showed that the health awareness of secondary school students is low and there is no difference in the health awareness between boys and girls. But there is significant difference in health awareness of students of government and government- aided schools. Healthy people constitute a healthy nation. Health awareness is to be given to students through all possible ways. 
Keywords: Health awareness
 

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www.who.int/about/history/en/ WHO | Constitution of WHO: principles. (n.d.). Retrieved July 20, 2018, from http://www.who.int/about/mission/en/ Tejguru Sirshree Tej Parkhiji.(2005).Self Transformation Through Knowledge,Tej Gyan foundation,pp.53 Good, Carter v.(1959).Dictionary of education, Mc Graw Hill Book Company, New York Why Health Education Is Important | Coordinated School Health Resources for NH | School Health Services | Office of School Health | Division of Instruction | NH Department of Education. (n.d.). Retrieved July 20, 2018, from https://www.education.nh.gov/instruction/school_health/health_coord_education.htm Babatunde, E. O. (2017). Influence of Health Education and Healthy Lifestyle on Students’ Academic Achievement in Biology in Nigeria. Universal Journal of Educational Research, 5(9), 1600–1605.

Renuka Chandel

INCLUSIVE EDUCATION: SOME REFLECTIONS

Jul-Aug,2018, Vol - 6/46, Page - 11050/11057

 Over the past three decades, debates over disabilities have been dominated by two concepts: ‘Inclusive’ and ‘integrated’ education. This article reviews the conceptual and empirical researches on inclusive education. Inclusive education of students with disabilities in general education contexts has been a global movement. This paper highlighted conditions for successful inclusion of students with disabilities; instructions in inclusive schools; guidelines for inclusive education for CWSN; teachers’ practices in inclusive class and the progress of students with high incidence disabilities in inclusive setting. Impact of inclusion on students’ adjustment; impact of social interaction on communication skills of students with disabilities; principals’ attitudes and perceptions of teachers toward inclusion were also highlighted. Further, social relationships; peer support; support system to students with disabilities for their educational inclusion and barriers to inclusion and students’ accessibility to different supports for their educational inclusion were also reviewed. 
Keywords: inclusion; inclusive education; CWSN; peer support; support system; accessibility; 
 

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Banik, A. et al., (2015), ‘Awareness of Barrier Free Environment for Children with Hearing Impairment in Inclusive Schools- A Survey’, International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications, 5 (11): 43-49. Browder, D. M. & Cooper-Duffy, K. (2003). Evidence-based practices for students with severe disabilities and the requirement for accountability in “No child left behind”. Journal of Special Education, 37(3), 157-163. Cushing, L. S., & Kennedy, C. H. (1997). Academic effects of providing peer support in general education classrooms on students without disabilities. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 30, 139-151. Fisher, D., & Frey, N. (2001). Access to the core curriculum: Critical ingredients for student success. Remedial and Special Educatio,n 22(3), 148-157. Helmstetter, Curry, Brennan, & Sampson-Saul, (1998). Comparison of general and special education classrooms of students with severe disaitatebilities. Education and Training in Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities, 33, 216-227.

Mitra Mondal

A HARBOUR TOWN IN CROSS ROAD, DIAMOND HARBOUR IN CHANGE

Jul-Aug,2018, Vol - 6/46, Page - 11058/11063

 Diamond Harbour is the town of the southern suburbs of Kolkata, on the bank of the river Hooghly, quite near where the river is not far away from the river mouth. This town is a popular weekend tourist spot located in south 24 parganas. Earlier known as Hajipur, this charming place was named Diamond Harbour by the British. The Diamond Harbour settlement is an ancient settlement of South 24 parganas, most important of its surroundings, comparatively developed and the growth point of South 24 parganas. Diamond Harbour I and Diamond Harbour II are the administrative division in Diamond Harbour subdivision of South 24 parganas of West Bengal. Diamond Harbour police station serves this block. The accessibility and transport facility helps to join the district with Kolkata. The riverside scenario helps to develop this region in terms of growth of fishing industry, port development and also flourishing tourism industry.
Keywords: accessibility, development, fishing, growth point, tourism,
 

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Census of India, (2011): West Bengal, series- 20, Part XII- B, District Census Handbook; South 24 Parganas. Chandna, R.C.(2007) :Religion Planning And Development Kalyani Publishers, New Delhi, pp 189-227 Chaudhuri, J. R. (2011) : An Introduction to Development and Regional Planning With Special Reference to India, Kolkata, Orient Longman Ltd. Pp 322-324 Government of West Bengal (2012): Bureau of Applied Economics and Statistics, Department of Statistics and Programme Implementation, District Statistical Handbook, South 24 Parganas. Human Development Report (1990): Oxford University Press, Published for the United Nation’s Development Programme. Misra, R.P. (1992): Regional Planning, Concept Publishing Company, New Delhi,pp 79-82 Rao, Hemlata. (1984) : Regional Disparities and Development in India. New Delhi, Ashish Publishing House,pp 1-19

Sipra Ray

PERCEPTION OF STUDENTS AND TEACHERS OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS TOWARDS INCLUSIVE EDUCATION

Jul-Aug,2018, Vol - 6/46, Page - 11064/11068

 In this paper, an attempt has been made to study the perception of students and teachers of elementary schools towards Inclusive education. Keeping in view the nature of the present study, the investigator developed the perception scale to get their perception regarding Inclusive education. The items for the scale were prepared according to the objectives of the study. The items prepared on a 5 point like type scale; the items were framed in a manner so as to have some appeal for the respondents to draw the required information. The methods followed for the study is descriptive in nature. The focus of study is to find out the perception of students and teachers towards achieving inclusive education at elementary level. Descriptive survey method is followed to collect data about the perception of students and teachers at elementary levels.

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Avrendis, E. Norwitch, B(2002)- teacher’s attitude towards integration/inclusion volume 17, Number 2: 129 - 147 Arvind, Rai, N. Desai(1995)- Helping the Handicapped: problems and prospects, Ashish publishing house, New Delhi Bigham, T. (2010)- Do teachers have a negative attitude towards the inclusion of students with special needs? Retrieved from www.ohio/edu/HFC/media/pdf1tracy.pdf Campbell, J, Gillmore, L., Cuskelley, M(2003)- Changing students - teachers attitude towards disability and journal of intellectual and developmental Disability; Vol 28, No. 4, pp369-379, Dec 2003

Lubna J. Mansuri

INTERACTION EFFECT OF COGNITIVE LIFE SKILLS EDUCATION PROGRAMME AND GENDER OF MARGANALIZED STUDENTS’ ON THEIR DECISION – MAKING

Jul-Aug,2018, Vol - 6/46, Page - 11069/11078

 School as a formal agency of education plays an important role in developing an effective personality. Imparting life skills education along with school education can change the views of students about life. Essential life skills will help enhance a child’s personality and strengthen their knowledge in all settings.Life skills education can be seen as empowering children and thus enabling them to take more responsibility for their actions (Orley, 1997). Incorporating Life skills into the fabric of our educational system can equip every child with the necessary tools to deal with the challenges confidently in the 21st century and craft out a triumphant life. The present study aims to ascertain the interactive effect of life skills education program and gender on decision making among marginalized students of standard eighth. For this purpose, an intervention program on life skills education was prepared. The programme was of 25 to 29 hours. The aim of the research was to ascertain the interactive effect of the intervention programme and gender of marginalized students on their decision – making.The Total sample of the study was 320 students. 173 students were in experimental and 147 students in the control group respectively. The conclusion of the study was that the intervention programme was found to be effective in enhancing decision- making skill and gender of marginalized students. The decision- making of marginalized students was not influencedby gender.
Keywords: Life Skills Education Programme, Gender, Marginalized Students, Decision- Making (DM). 
 

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