SEPT-OCT 2018, SRJIS

Sep-Oct,2018, Vol - 6/47
Imapct Factor: 6.371
ISSN: 2278-8808
Date: 01-Nov-2018

An International Peer Reviewed

Scholarly Research Journal for Interdisciplinary Studies


H. S. Vyas & Kumardatt Ashok Ganjre

AWARENESS OF E-MARKETS AMONG THE PEOPLE OF KURNOOL CITY OF A. P.

Sep-Oct,2018, Vol - 6/47, Page - 11115/11125

 E-Business can be defined as any form of business transaction in which the parties interact electronically rather than by physical exchange of documents or direct meetings. In other words, E-Business is doing business online. It can mean selling data directly from Internet, paying bills through the bank account or purchasing or trading online. It can also mean the use of Internet as an alternative sales channel and the entire transaction can take place with no human intervention on the merchant side. The number of Indians shopping online grew 42% over the last year, almost double the rate of growth of the Internet medium (i.e. 22%), sure proof of internet shopping gaining attractions with value seeking desi consumers, concerns online security and vendor trust not withstanding. Review of literature reveals that majority of the studies are based on conventional market. There are very meager studies on E-markets. India’s online population currently stands at 25 million and is predicted to grow to 100 million by 2012. Changing lifestyles and shopping habits have fueled E-Business. Indian users have started to use this medium like never before. Rs.570 crores worth of E-Business conducted online in 2004-05, Rs.2, 300 crores by 2007-08, and is expected that it will reach Rs. 10,000 crores by 2012.  Kurnool city, with about 7 lakh population and being a fast growing city and industrial hub with mixed culture. This necessitated conducting a study on awareness of e-markets among the people of  Kurnool city. 
Keywords: E-Markets in Kurnool, E-Business in Kurnool, Awareness towards E-Markets, Awareness towards E-Business, Awareness towards E-Shopping.   
 

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Smita Phatak & Prof. Suhasini Bhujbal

MULTICULTURALISM AND INDIAN EDUCATIONAL POLICIES

Sep-Oct,2018, Vol - 6/47, Page - 11126/11132

 India is a land of myriad languages, cultures, ethnic groups. Apart from it, the country has followers from different religious faith of the world. India is the amalgamation of diverse sub cultures spread all over the country and traditions that are millennia’s old. India has been extremely sensitive to the importance of recognizing, protecting, and promoting cultural differences. Therefore, this paper tried to focus on the constitutional provisions of India in relation to multiculturalism. The paper has attempt to highlight the educational policies of India addressing cultural diversity in different levels of education i.e. primary, secondary, higher, teacher education. On the basis of the review it can be concluded that the Indian constitution and educational policies provides a well balanced model of multiculturalism . It is the need of the hour to transcend the multicultural perspective from policy level to the active public sphere especially in the education sector.   
Keywords: Multiculturalism, Multicultural Education, Educational Policies
 

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Prakash Ashok Jagtap

SHIKSHAK SAMAJIK BANDHILAKI - EK ABHYAS

Sep-Oct,2018, Vol - 6/47, Page - 11133/11136

 

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Prakash A Jagtap

UDYOJAGTA SHIKSHNAT SHALECHI BHUMIKA

Sep-Oct,2018, Vol - 6/47, Page - 11137/11140

 

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H. K. Pandey & Col Shantonu Roy

REFORMING THE MILITARY INSTITUTIONS AND NATIONAL SECURITY STRATEGY IN THE ASIAN REGION

Sep-Oct,2018, Vol - 6/47, Page - 11141/11151

 

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www.thehindu.com/paper/national/papersnational-security. www.megaessays.com. National Security by Marc Cameron. www.idsa.com. International Relations by Rama Melkote and Narasimha Rao . The Thoery and Practice of International Relations by McLellan,Olson,Sondermann. International Relations by V K Malhotra.

Prof. Rajaram Nathaji Wakchaure

WOMEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN RURAL AREA (Special reference of Maharashtra)

Sep-Oct,2018, Vol - 6/47, Page - 11152/11155

 The gender empowerment measure (GEM) on the other hand, measures the extent to which a woman has influence in decision making, in politics, in professional life and in organizations.  The GEM has been used widely in advocating the empowerment of women.  The HDR takes into account some aspects of female empowerment (i.e. economic participation political participation and power over the economic resources) and to an extent it explains the degree of their empowerment.  However there are various other aspects also that decide the level of empowerment.  Though a woman is literate and working, she may not be empowered as regards domestic decision making financial autonomy (i.e. control over the resources) mobility or freedom of movement child related issues (e.g. well-being schooling, health, marriage etc.) and participation in the modern sector

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Amarnath R. and Ch. Umamohan, 1996 Gender and work. Gontemporary Indian women collected works. Vol.6, New Academic Publicatians, Delhi. Ankerbo, Stine and Hoyda, Karina 2003. Education as a means to women’s empowerment, opgave, Approaches to Development (U-Landslaere). Aarhus University. Desai, Vasant, 2009. The dynamitic of entrepreneurial development and management, Himalayan Publishing House, Mumbai, V th edition. Kabeer, N., 1999. The conditions and consequence of choice reflections on the measurement of womens empowerment UNRISD Discussing Paper No. 108 August. Kendell, D.B. and Lesser G.S. 1972. Marital decision-making in American and Danish Families. A research Note journal of marriage and the family, No. 34.

Mr. Ramesh Gavit

FACTORS AND IMPACTS OF WATER POLLUTION: ISSUES AND CONCERN OF GODAVARI RIVER

Sep-Oct,2018, Vol - 6/47, Page - 11156/11163

 The Godavari River is a major waterway in central part of the India, its originated from Western Ghats Trimbakeshwar in the Nashik  District Of Maharashtra and flowing eastward across the Deccan Plateau through the state of Maharashtra. It is known as dakshin ganga (Southern Ganges). In the last two decades urbanization takes place very rapidly in Nashik Municipal Corporation area. All the set of residential, agricultural and MIDC, source of water is Godavari River. Holistic Godavari River flows mid of town and gets polluted due to sewage, industrial and other wastewaters are directly discharge in the river. This paper is based on secondary data to examine causes and water quality of Godavari River at Nasik city area in three source point. Table, graph are used for Representation of data. 
Keywords:   Water pollution, anthropogenic, Godavari River, DO, BOD, COD.
 

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Miller, W.W.Joung, et al., 1986. identification of water quality differences in Nevada through index application. Water Resource Information of India http://india-wris.nrsc.gov.in/ http://mpcb.gov.in MERI Report, (2001): the study water quality of Godavari River in Nashik City, Maharashtra Engineering Research Nashik-422004. Shoji. H, et al., 1966. Factor analysis of stream pollution of the Yodo River Sysytem. Air Water Pollut. Inst J. 10,291-299. Journal of Environmental Sciences Vol. 8 No.1, 2009: 49-57 Jyotiprakash Nayak, Yadav Sandeep, Magar Amol, Investigation of Water Quality Analysis of Godavari River, IJSART - Volume 1 Issue 4 –APRIL 2015.

J. Anitha

ROLE OF GOVERNMENT IN THE “IMPLEMENTATION AND ENHANCEMENT OF THE CROP INSURANCE SCHEMES” IN THE ADILABAD

Sep-Oct,2018, Vol - 6/47, Page - 11164/11175

Government plays major role in implementation and enhancement of the crop insurance schemes in Adilabad district where most of the agriculture land is non irrigated and the farmers depend only on monsoon rains and their primary source of income is agriculture. Adilabad is a backward area and the farmers annual income is very low as they can fulfill their minimum needs only, if they get lost their crop income, their surviving will become question mark. Various crop insurance schemes have been getting introduced time to time by government of India. 
Keywords: Implementation, Enhancement, Monsoon, Agriculture
 

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Agriculture and Rural Development Department, Report No. 32727. The World Bank. Washington, DC. Mahul, O. and Stutley (2010). Government Support to Agricultural Insurance: Challenges and Options for Developing Countries. The World Bank. Washington, DC. DRFI Program website: worldbank.org/drfi Braving the Uncertainties of Weather: 2013. “Situating Insurance within Climate Change Adaptation and Risk Reduction Strategies of the Philippines”, Climate Change Commission, Oxfam, Quezon City, Philippines.

Suman Kumari Katoch

HAZARDS OF ELECTRONIC WASTE AWARENESS AMONG HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

Sep-Oct,2018, Vol - 6/47, Page - 11176/11183

 The main aim of this study was to investigate hazards of electronic waste awareness among high school students. The objectives of the study was to find out whether there exists any significant difference in hazards of electronic waste awareness among high school students with respect to gender, locale and type of school. The sample of the study consisted of 84 students and was randomly selected from two schools of Sundernagar Education Block. To find out the significance of difference between the groups i.e. gender, locality and type of school, t-test was applied. Result revealed that no significant difference was existbetween gender, locality and type of school in relation to their awareness related to hazards of electronic waste.
Keywords: School students, Health, Recycle and Awareness.
 

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Ashok &Yakkaldevi, A. (2014). Awareness towards electronic waste among college students. International Journal of Recognized Multidisciplinary Research, 31-35. Retrieved from ijper.org/Doc/VI-IS2-oct12/ij5.pdf. Borthakur, Anwesha, Sinha K. (2013). Electronic Waste Management in India: A Stakeholder’s Perspective. Electronic Green Journal.2013; 1.36. Balde, C.P., Wang, F., Kuehr, R., Huisman, J. (2015), The global e-waste monitor – 2014, UnitedNations University, IAS – SCYCLE, Bonn, Germany, http://i.unu.edu/media/ias.unu.eduen/news/7916/Global-E-waste-Monitor-2014-small.pdf Cynthia S. Subhaprada, Kalyani P (2017). Study on awareness of e-waste management among medical students.International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health Subhaprada CS et al. International Journal Community Medicine Public Health.2017 Feb; 4(2):506-510 http://www.ijcmph.com

Vinod Raipure & Mrs. Rama Thuse

CONCEPT AND EVOLUTION OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN INDIA

Sep-Oct,2018, Vol - 6/47, Page - 11184/11192

 The paper dwells into the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility and also shows the evolution of the concept in India. Globally the concept of CSR came into existence much before than it grows and spread its roots in India. Starting from the philanthropy the concept evolved over the years and then gradually corporate took it as their responsibility towards the employees, their families, the local community and society at large. There are many companies in India that were engaged in the developmental activities. Those initiatives were taken voluntarily by the companies for the socio-economic development of rural areas. The term became popular in 1960s and now is formidable part of business operations.
Keywords: Corporate social responsibility, concept of corporate social responsibility, Evolution 
of corporate social responsibility, CSR in India.
 

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Amit Kapoor: Five Years On…http: //economic times.indiatimes.com,March13, 2o18 Arora B. and Puranik (2004). “ A Review of Corporate social Responsibility in India”. Archie B. Caroll et.al. – CSR and Related Terms Corporate social Responsibility in India-http://www.india-briefing.com Dutta, K. and Durgamohan M. (2009), “Corporate social strategy: Relevance and pertinence in the Indian Context”

Kundan Singh

SHIKSHA KE ADHIKAR ADHINIYAM 2009 KE SANDHARBH ME PARISHADIY PRATHMIK VIDHYALAYON KA EK ADHYAYAN

Sep-Oct,2018, Vol - 6/47, Page - 11193/11206

 

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Lucy Kalekye Musya & Fredrick M. Kalui

EFFECT OF MARKET INFRASTRUCTURE FACTORS ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF NAIROBI SECURITIES EXCHANGE

Sep-Oct,2018, Vol - 6/47, Page - 11207/11231

 This study aimed to find out the effect of selected factors on the development of the Nairobi Securities Exchange. The general objective of this study was to determine the effect of selected factors on the development of the NSE.  The objective was to determine the of market infrastructure factors on the development of Nairobi securities exchange Both primary and secondary data collection methods were used. A structured data collection questionnaire was used to collect data on market infrastructure factors. The population of study was the Nairobi Securities Exchange. Secondary data was collected on market capitalization from 2006 to 2015 which was used as the indicator of NSE development.  This study used a descriptive research design to describe the empirical data. A regression model was used for data analysis and hypothesis tested with a 0.05 significance level. The results confirm that Nairobi securities Exchange development is positively correlated to market information, market efficiency, market openness, market transparency, transaction processing system and transaction/operating cost and legal and regulatory framework. .Given the effect of the predictor variables on NSE development, the government should improve the market infrastructure which is the center on which financial market revolves. This can be done through initiation of policies that foster growth and development as countries liberalize their financial systems and further enhance domestic resource mobilization, public education awareness programmes, elimination of excessive barriers to the market and putting in place tax regimes and incentives geared towards stimulating companies to be listed in the stock market. Public education awareness programme. This study is of great importance to researchers and academics, government policymakers, regulators and investors and the results should lead to the creation of an enabling environment, development of good regulatory framework and thus faster development of the securities market.

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Adam, A., &Tweneboah, G. (2009). Foreign Direct Investment and Stock Market Development: Ghana's Evidence. International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, 26, 178-185. Adelegan, O. (2008). Can Regional Cross-Listings Accelerate Stock Market Development? Empirical Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa. IMF Working Papers, 1-44. Retrieved from SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1316749 Aduda, J., Masila, J., &Onsongo, E. (2012). The Determinants of Stock Market Development: The Case for the Nairobi Stock Exchange. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 2(9). Asea, P. (2003). Promoting Regional Financial Market Integration.Presentation at the African capital markets Development program in Johannesburg, South Africa. Ball, R. (2001). The theory of stock market efficiency: accomplishments and limitations. The New Corporate Finance: Where Theory Meets Practice, p.20-33. New York: Irwin Barro, J. (1989).Economic Growth in a Cross Section of Countries, Harvard University Working Paper, No. 201.

Mr. A. B. Shah & Ms. Kirti Dharwadkar

HUMAN RESOURCE POLICIES – PRE AND POST LIBERALIZATION

Sep-Oct,2018, Vol - 6/47, Page - 11232/11237

 The business environment in the country is changing rapidly. As the business is changing the most critical resource associated with the changing environment that is “The Human Resource” is also required to undergo change at a fast pace. The expectations from Human Resource in the pre liberalization period, post liberalization period and globalization phase have undergone commendable transitions.The human resource policies of the organizations have also gone through periodic changes to adapt to the changing business environment.Human Resource Policies serve as a guideline through whichthe management practices regarding employee relations are being developed. A good Human Resource policy is policy which aligns the Human Resource of the organization with its business scenario. The paper puts light on the transition of the Human Resource Policies from the License Raj Era to the period of Globalization. It also shows how the changing business environment has impacted the Human Resource Policies of the organization.  The article also highlights the future challenges the organizations will face in designing Human Resource policies.

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Mallikarjun Kudavakkalagi & Prof. Premlata Sharma

A STUDY ON TEACHING APTITUDE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS IN RELATION TO THEIR GENDER AND STREAM

Sep-Oct,2018, Vol - 6/47, Page - 11238/11242

 The present study has revealed about teaching aptitude of secondary school teachers in relation to their gender and stream.  A representative sample of 50 teachers from secondary school of Hassan district was randomly selected. Teaching Aptitude Test - (T.A.T) Dr. S C Gakhar and Dr, Rajinish (2009) was used. The study reveals that there is significant difference in teaching aptitude between male, female and arts science secondary school teachers. 
Keywords: Teaching Aptitude, Secondary school Teachers, Gender and Stream.
 

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IV survey of research in Education by M.B. Butch, First volume NCERT New Delhi 1983. Goyal, J.C. (1980). A study of the relationship among attitude, job satisfaction, adjustment and professional interest of Teacher Educators in India. Kothari CR (2000), Research methodology, Methods and techniques, Vikas publishing house.

Vani Nayaki D. C.

ATTITUDE AND APTITUDE TOWARDS TEACHING PERFORMANCE OF TEACHER EDUCATORS IN B.ED COLLEGES

Sep-Oct,2018, Vol - 6/47, Page - 11243/11246

 

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Agarwal J.C (2004-2008), Development And Planning of Modern Education, vikas Publishing House PVT LTD, New Delhi . Kashinath H.M,. Nagaraj P ( 2010), Trends and Innovations in Indian Education, vidyanidhi Prakashana, Gadag. Koul Lokesh (1997),Methodology of Educational Research, Vikas publishing House PVT LTD, Masjid Road, New Delhi. Dash S.N. (2005), A New Approach to teacher and Education in the Emerging Indian Society, Neelkamal Publications, Sultan Bazar, Hyderabad. Aggarwal J.C (2007), Essentials of Educational Psychology, Vikas Publishing House PVT LTD, New Delhi.

Rama Maikhuri & Shankar Singh

GADHVAL HIMALAY KE HARIYALA PAVITRA BHUSTHAL ME SAAJIK - SANSKUTIK EANV DHARMIK KRIYAKALAPON DWARA JAIVAVIVIDHATA EANV JANGLON KA SANRAKSHAN

Sep-Oct,2018, Vol - 6/47, Page - 11247/11252

 

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Ms. Eesha V. Deshpande

AN EVALUATIVE STUDY OF INVESTMENTS IN LARGE CAP EQUITY MUTUAL FUNDS THROUGH SYSTEMATIC INVESTMENT PLANS VIS-À-VIS LUMPSUM PAYMENTS

Sep-Oct,2018, Vol - 6/47, Page - 11253/11257

 In a world where individuals are working hard to make their ends meet, it has become quite essential to generate additional sources of income through investments rather than traditionally relying on a single source. Although there are several means of investing one’s hard earned money, the equity markets have been highly rewarding since the past few decades. The industry has such a plethora of mutual fund houses, schemes, options etc. to choose from, that a novice is bound to get confused about the best methods to invest. This research paper is an effort to evaluate the Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) option as against the lumpsum investments and their suitability for different types of investors.
Keywords: equity mutual fund, SIP, equity investment
 

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https://www.motilaloswal.com/article.aspx/1365/Why-SIPs-make-a-difference-to-your-Mutual-Fund-returns. https://bluechipindia.co.in/MutualFund/MFInner.aspx?id=2 https://www.moneycontrol.com/news/business/mutual-funds/sip-or-lump-sum-investment-which-is-better-1152005.html https://www.amfiindia.com/ https://www.valueresearchonline.com/story/h2_storyview.asp?str=23987&utm_medium=vro.in https://www.utimf.com/articles/advantages-of-lump-sum-investments-vis-a-vis-sip

Ms. Savita Vivek Kulkarni & Radhika Narendra Inamdar

NEED ANALYSIS OF CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS TRAINING IN COMPETITIVE EXAMINATIONSYOUTH ASPIRANTS

Sep-Oct,2018, Vol - 6/47, Page - 11253/11257

 Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) conducts a multistage Civil Services Examination (CSE) for the selection of administrative officers which demands critical thinking (CT) at every stage. Not only for the examination but in their career also officers need CT skills. The present study was undertaken for UPSC CSE aspirants to find out need for training to enhance critical thinking in them. The sample was 315 in which female aspirants - 105, Male aspirants - 210, and all appeared for UPSC CSE at least once. A teacher made test comprising ten questions containing five questions each of knowledge of CT and need of training to enhance CT was administered for data collection. Subjects were to respond in binary way i.e. Yes or No to each question. Data was analysed on the basis of background of aspirants like rural or urban, technical or non-technical graduation and school medium. Findings revealed that aspirants having high knowledge about critical thinking showed high need for training to enhance CT. Aspirants having low knowledge about critical thinking showed low need for training to enhance CT. 238 out of 315 aspirants (76%) feel high need for CT enhancement training, 62 out 315 aspirants (20%) feel medium need for CT enhancement training and 15 out of 315 aspirants (4%) feel low need for CT enhancement training. 

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IMPORTANCE OF TEACHING COMPETENCIES, PERSONALITY TRAITS, AND VALUES AMONG B.ED. TEACHERS TRAINEES

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 This paper is devoted for analyzing three important factors responsible for development of teachers’ trainees graduation level effective teaching. The conceptual and psychological factors how far influence teaching of the teachers trainees at graduation level are critically analyzed with different research finding in India and abroad. Operational definition and conceptual interrogations of the factors how far contribute perfection and understanding of teaching learning process with different psychologist views. In the modem developing society, man rarely performs dual role but modem development has created such situation for the women that she has to perform dual role. This situation has both negative and positive aspects. The view on above concepts how far helps to teachers for better teaching is a remarkable question trying to answer by this paper.  This is known as teaching competence. In other words, teacher competence refers to “the right way of conveying units of knowledge, application and skills to students”. The right way here includes knowledge of content, processes, methods and means of conveying content. Any definition of teaching competence depends on teaching in a particular setting, the culture and values held in the community. Overall these above three factors are considered for teaching and teacher’s interests with productive values are exercised. 

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MARITAL DISCORD OF PARENTS AND ITS INFLUENCE ON ADOLESCENTS’ SELF ESTEEM, ANXIETY AND COPING STRATEGIES-AN INTERVENTION STUDY

Sep-Oct,2018, Vol - 6/47, Page - 11265/11276

 We are aware that human beings are different from each other in more ways than one. Even like minded and similar thinking personalities tend to differ with each other at some time or the other and the same is true in the case of married couples which may result in discord if not resolved amicably. This discord may manifest in to aggressive bevahiour and adversely impact their children who are shaping their personalities as they grow up. Thus parental discord has brought about certain predictable adverse manifestations in the personalities of the siblings. The broad objective of the study was to understand the Marital Discord of parents and understand its influence on the adolescents’ Self Esteem, Anxiety and Coping. For this study, data was collected from various Family Counselling Centres in and around Hyderabad. Using a definite methodology, Marital Discord of parents was assessed. The study further examined adolescents of these parents. A total of 104 adolescents were filtered and assessed for Self Esteem, Anxiety and Coping Strategies. The results indicated that a total of 23 were identified with low Self Esteem, 19 with high Anxiety and 22 for low Coping Strategies. These adolescents were subjected to an Intervention Programme and the impact was assessed to be positive.
Keywords:  Marital Discord, Adolescent, Self Esteem, Anxiety and Coping Strategy
 

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